Show #4423 - Wednesday, November 26, 2003


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Bobby Greenfeld, a patent attorney from Chappaqua, New York

Gina Bever, a director of marketing from Chattanooga, Tennessee

Karen Kratzer, a tax accountant from Annapolis, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In a July 14, 1940 speech, he told England, "We shall defend every village, every town and every city"
    $200 11
Ron Howard grabbed 2 Oscars in quick succession as director & producer of this film
    $200 1
He stars in a nursery rhyme about a lean (or is it a fat) herring
    $200 22
These, popular in police interrogation rooms, are made of half-silvered glass
    $200 15
Almost all insects have 2 of these between their eyes to feel & to smell
    $200 16
"DTP" refers to this kind of publishing
    $400 3
In 1775 he wrote, "If the British went out by water, we would show 2 lanterns in the North Church steeple"
    $400 12
She said that she'll place her Oscar between her husband's 2 Oscars, "but a little further forward"
    $400 7
In 1888 in England he was a holy tear-er
    $400 23
Thomas Bulfinch in 1855 & Edith Hamilton in 1942 published their retellings of these
    $400 19
Cellulose eaten by certain families of this insect is digested by intestine-dwelling protozoans
    $400 17
The acronym "GIGO" is this rule of thumb
    $600 4
This loony emperor wished "the Roman people had but one neck" so he could cut off their head
    $600 13
Some guys have all the luck: he not only won for Best Actor, he got to kiss his presenter, Halle Berry
    $600 8
He starred in a '59 film that sounds like a recipe for warm pease porridge
    $600 26
A Cockney's wife is his trouble & this
    $600 20
As the name suggests, insects in the order Diptera have 2 of these
    $600 18
"DBEYR" means "Don't believe" this
    $800 5
In a 1974 tape-recorded message, she said, "This is Tania...I'm a soldier in the People's Army"
    $800 14
Accepting his honorary Oscar, this great Irish actor said, "Always a bridesmaid, never a bride, my foot!"
    $800 9
He was there in early Hollywood to give you advance notice on his "Bros." films
    $800 27
It's what your job was if you were part of the Grange movement in the 1870s
    $800 21
Some butterflies do not feed on anything; instead, they live off food stored during this stage of metamorphosis
    $800 24
"AATK" means "Always at" this computer accessory
    $1000 6
In this work Plato said that eventually "Democracy passes into despotism"
    $1000 29
When she won for her role in "Pollock", her first thank you was to Ed Harris, who played Pollock
    $1000 10
He wrote that book about the phoning habits of turn-of-the-century wit Oscar
    $1000 28
In a "Poets by Middle Name" category, he'd be Stearns
    DD: $1,200 25
In the chat room WOMBAT is an acronym for "waste of money" & these 2 things

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

Karen Gina Bobby
$1,400 -$600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Gina Bobby
$5,200 $600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you an ungrammatical line from a song; you correct it.)
    $400 1
Named for the place in England, the name of this New Hampshire city means "the mouth of the port"
    $400 7
The Rolling Stones:
"I can't get no satisfaction"
    $400 6
A symbol of Jesus since early Christian times, this creature is seen representing him on bumper stickers
    $400 13
Savor such dishes as baked ziti & pasta fazool from the "Family Cookbook" inspired by this HBO series
    $400 18
Growlers are small ones of these that break off from larger ones
    $400 22
Beezer, slang for this, may be a combination of beak & sneezer
    $800 2
This Hawaiian site got its name in the 1800s with the discovery of what turned out to be worthless calcite crystals
    $800 8
The Doors:
"'Til the stars fall from the sky for you and I"
    $800 12
On homebuilders' floor plans the spot where this item will go is symbolized here:
    $800 14
Her classic cookbook was first published in 1896 as the "Boston Cooking-School Cook Book"
    $800 19
Creature featured here; we could have also shown a Chevy
    $800 24
A mullion is defined as a vertical piece dividing this
    $1200 3
This New Jersey city is named for the man who invented the carbon telephone transmitter in 1877
    $1200 9
Paul McCartney & Wings:
"If this ever-changing world in which we live in makes you give in and cry"
    $1200 28
Proofreadersuse asymbolthat lookslikea tic-tac-toeboard toindicate "insert" this
    $1200 15
In 1931 Irma Rombauer turned her collection of recipes & tips into this perennial bestseller
    $1200 20
This kind of "servant" is bound to labor for 5 to 7 years, whether or not he has false teeth
    $1200 25
Change 1 letter in "voodoo" to get this related practice of magical healing & control
    $1600 4
This city in Orange County, North Carolina was named for the location of a church building
    $1600 10
"If I was your girlfriend, would you remember to tell me...?"
    DD: $6,000 30
The compass rose, which contains the cross of St. George, symbolizes this church's communion
    $1600 16
The original version of her 1954 cookbook had reminiscences of Gertrude Stein & yes, that recipe for hashish fudge
    $1600 21
Alfred Adler invented the term for this "complex" (we wonder if he felt Freud could have coined a better one)
    $1600 26
Yoopers are people from this part of Michigan
    $2000 5
Our county, right or wrong; it's the seat of Macon County, Illinois
    $2000 11
Elvis Presley:
"Love me tender, love me dear, tell me you are mine"
    $2000 29
In heraldry, this word follows "bend" to denote a diagonal line ending in the lower left
    $2000 17
His "Quick & Easy New Diet Cookbook" is chock full of low carb recipes
    DD: $2,000 23
It's a person who studies smelt, pilchards & bream
    $2000 27
Gonfalon, a type of banner, was once used by baseball writers as a synonym for this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Gina Bobby
$15,600 $4,200 $15,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville, a giant Rubik's Cube stood outside this country's pavilion

Final scores:

Karen Gina Bobby
$22,700 $400 $200
2-day champion: $42,701 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Karen Gina Bobby
$15,600 $4,200 $12,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R,
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2003-08-27
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