Show #4814 - Thursday, July 7, 2005

David Madden game 3.


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Jamie Ball, an attorney from North Hills, California

Jim O'Malley, a retired police sergeant from the Bronx, New York

David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $35,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Peru's national drink is pisco sour, a blend of lime juice, syrup, bitters & a heady brandy made from this vine fruit
    $200 7
Tony Dow as Wally & this guy as "The Beaver"
    $200 14
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck on February 2nd when it's known by this name
    $200 24
James Brown could tell you that lemon is a popular variety of this flat-bodied food fish
    $200 20
The first pay-per-call service with this prefix let viewers give their views on a 1980 presidential debate
    $200 23
A sentimental song about a Waldorf or Caesar
    $400 4
The Uro Archipelago in this lake consists of about 40 inhabitable islands made of woven totora reeds
    $400 8
"Bonanza" featured Michael Landon, Pernell Roberts & this man as Ben
    $400 15
2-word name for the critter also known as a puma, a cougar & a catamount
    $400 25
Describing food that is unclean, "treyf" is the Yiddish opposite of this term
    $400 19
Roman numeral D
    $400 22
A quick drawing of a curly-haired dog
    $600 3
Lima's Palacio de Gobierno was built in 1938 on the site of this Spanish conquistador's palace
    $600 9
Adam West was Bruce Wayne; this man played Dick Grayson
    $600 16
Felis pardalis, this small wildcat of South America, is also known as a "painted leopard"
    $600 26
One of these of lamb should provide about seven chops
    $600 10
It's the shortest distance in the Summer Olympics track events
    $600 21
A story with a moral about Adam & Eve's second son
    $800 1
He served as Peru's first ambassador to the Soviet Union before moving his diplomatic skills to the U.N.
    $800 28
On "Mission: Impossible" Martin Landau played Rollin Hand & this real-life wife was Cinnamon Carter
    $800 17
Due to its apetite, the wolverine is also known as this, as if it committed one of the 7 Deadly Sins
    $800 27
Slyders & Cheese Sticks are highlights of the cuisine offered at this hamburger chain
    $800 6
The Queen might enjoy polishing off 40s of this "Olde" malt liquor from Miller Brewing Company
    $800 12
Salute that grand old university in New Haven
    $1000 2
Several Indian languages are spoken in Peru, including this one that's now an official language
    $1000 29
He "Bewitched" us as Uncle Arthur
    $1000 18
Wapiti is a Native American term for this second-largest deer of the Americas
    $1000 30
In the dark of a movie theatre, you can "taste the sunshine" with this chewy Nestle chocolate candy
    $1000 11
When it began to flood in Genesis, Noah had reached this advanced age
    DD: $1,400 13
One who steals a legal document like a summary or abstract

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

David Jim Jamie
$6,600 $1,600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Jim Jamie
$10,000 $2,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
To get to the Hermitage from Nashville, you take a road called this, same as Jackson's nickname
    $400 2
"The Beautiful and Damned", his second novel, takes place during the Jazz Age
    $400 9
Term for the substance expelled by the fleeing octopus; some of it appears to paralyze predators
    $400 30
The 1999 TV movie "And the Beat Goes On" told the story of this singing pop duo
    $400 14
10-4, good buddy, it's what the CB in CB radio stands for
    $400 1
Grab your baby and do this dance as its "Kings Play Songs of Love"
    $800 23
After a fire, Jackson turned the mansion into an example of the "revival" of this civilization's architecture
    $800 3
Schoolboys survive a plane crash & create their own society on an island in this work by William Golding
    DD: $2,000 17
A quick dose of candy can help if you take too much of this, prescribed twice a day for many people
    $800 29
Angela Bassett brought this energetic singer's story to life in 1993's "What's Love Got to Do with It"
    $800 13
Proverbially, to "jump on" this is to join something that's quickly gaining popularity
    $800 22
Britannica calls the Milonga, a dance from this South American country, "fast, sensual, and disreputable"
    $1200 24
The tomb inscription for Rachel Jackson mentions this verbal crime that Andrew thought helped kill her
    $1200 4
This novel by Thomas Hardy is subtitled "A Pure Woman"
    $1200 16
Female gnats have mandibles for bloodsucking; males don't, & feed on this liquid, like gods
    $1200 25
This 1984 film about a young black rocker struggling for fame starred Prince & Appolonia
    $1200 12
When AT&T merged with cable company TCI, it formed AT&T this
    $1200 21
The name of this wild dance is named for the town of Taranto, Italy (as was the name of a certain spider)
    DD: $100 8
During his last months of life, Jackson was troubled by the low price of this, the Hermitage's cash crop
    $1600 5
This nearly 700-page work begins, "Howard Roark laughed."
    $1600 15
The name of Hungary's Egri Bikaver wine is translated as this male animal's "blood from Eger"
    $1600 26
Eric Idle played Dirk McQuickly in this 1978 musical spoof about the Prefab Four
    $1600 10
To desert, or a wild lack of restraint
    $1600 19
The French call this dance associated with the Middle East la danse du ventre
    $2000 28
Jackson retired to the Hermitage in 1821 after being gov. of this territory, but at 54 the presidency still lay ahead
    $2000 6
According to the title of a book by George Eliot, the Dorlcote Mill is on this river
    $2000 18
It's commonly made by pouring apple cider over wood shavings while blowing air through the mixture
    $2000 27
This 1991 film is about a group of young people forming a soul band in Dublin
    $2000 11
Goods prohibited by law from being imported
    $2000 20
The Castle Walk was named for Vernon & Irene Castle, played by this pair in a 1939 movie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Jim Jamie
$23,700 $6,600 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Moving west from Canada, the next 3 countries through which the Arctic Circle passes

Final scores:

David Jim Jamie
$34,200 $5,000 $0
3-day champion: $69,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Jim Jamie
$24,800 $6,600 $7,000
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
10 R,
2 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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Game tape date: 2004-12-14
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