Show #4433 - Wednesday, December 10, 2003

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Cathryn Colby, an office administrator from Batavia, New York

Neal Racioppo, a marketing manager from Washington, D.C.

Patrick Fernan, a government manager from Madison, Wisconsin (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
You've got 3 options in this classic playground hand game that's also known as Roshambo
    $200 6
In 1941 Churchill called him "a monster of wickedness, insatiable in his lust for blood"
    $200 9
In the title of a 1993 George Strait hit it follows "Easy come ..."
    $200 26
It completes the expression "Happy as a" this "at high tide"
    $200 14
In the Tall Trees Grove in this state you can view some of the world's tallest redwoods
    $200 8
This Saudi king was killed by his own nephew in 1975
    $400 2
You don't have to be Hulk Hogan or The Undertaker to play this hand game that uses your thumbs
    $400 7
On February 9, 1941 Churchill said he would tell this leader, "Give us the tools, and we will finish the job"
    $400 23
Between 1989 & 1995 he had 14 No. 1 country singles, including "Shameless" & "The Thunder Rolls"
    $400 20
The Julius Sturgis House in Penn.'s Lancaster county cooks up these twisted treats on the site of the first U.S. factory
    $400 10
In 1997 this TV angel posed nude for Playboy at age 50
    $600 3
In this toy game, the goal is to knock away blocks of plastic ice without letting the plastic man fall
    $600 16
Group about which Churchill said, "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"
    $600 22
On the cover of his "Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye" album, he's kissing Amy Grant
    $600 28
In Italy it was once believed the bite of this large spider could cause an uncontrollable urge to dance
    $600 21
Its visitor complex in Florida includes the Saturn V complex & a recreation of the first manned Apollo launch
    $600 11
In 1958 choreographer Frederick Ashton created his ballet "Ondine" for this great British ballerina
    $800 4
The feline name of this game using string may come from an alteration of the French words for Jesus' manger
    $800 15
"From Stettin in the Baltic to Trieste in the Adriatic" this "has descended across the continent"
    $800 24
He won a 1968 Grammy for the liner notes he wrote for his "At Folsom Prison" album
    $800 27
You're on the money if you know it's the invertebrate whose shell is seen here
    $800 18
Bathhouse Row, with 8 early 20th century spas, is in the heart of this Arkansas town
    $800 12
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia) In 1851 in Paris, he invented the first terrestrial device to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth
    $1000 5
(Jimmy & Sofia of the Clue Crew present while playing a game.) The block game Jenga got its name from a word meaning "to build" in this African language
    $1000 17
"If the British Empire & its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say" this
    $1000 25
(Hi, this is George Jones) My recent song "50,000 Names" speaks to the heartache of many Americans & refers to the names carved on this memorial
    DD: $1,800 29
Lumbricus terrestris is the scientific name for a common one of these
    $1000 19
A festival on June 28-29, 2003 in Council Grove, Kansas honored this Old West trail
    $1000 13
The Pope in 236 A.D., or the singing star of the 1959 film "Hound-Dog Man"

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

Patrick Neal Cathryn
$3,200 $3,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Neal Cathryn
$3,200 $4,000 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
Dale Wasserman wrote the 1963 stage version of this Kesey novel about inmates in a mental institution
    $400 26
In 2002 the male & female winners of the Boston Marathon were from this country
    $400 22
His March, 44 B.C. assassination took place in a temporary Senate House on the Campus Martius
    $400 17
Queen, knight, rook
    $400 16
In addition to his portrait work, Rembrandt was also a master of this form that required acid
    $400 10
To selfishly take more than one's share, especially of the road
    $800 5
Before it went downriver as a 1929 film, it sailed on Broadway in 1927 as a Hammerstein & Kern musical
    $800 27
Cram" On Game Show Network puts contestants inside these, like hamsters
    $800 23
He tried to reopen his Washington, D.C. theater in July 1865, but was prevented from doing so
    $800 18
Imperial, Buckingham, Pitti
    DD: $2,800 15
Lady Bird Johnson probably wouldn't have approved of pop artist James Rosenquist's job from 1954 to 1960, painting these
    $800 9
To live off the expenses of others, giving nothing in return
    $1200 4
His play "The Wild Duck" premiered in Bergen, Norway in 1885
    $1200 28
In 1982 this Georgia running back whose name makes him sound slow won the Heisman Trophy
    DD: $1,200 6
On Aug. 6, 1945 this plane flew into history from tiny Tinian Island in the Pacific
    $1200 19
Criticism, a scraped knee, a scorpion
    $1200 13
To take an in-person peek at his "Garden of Earthly Delights" hop on over to the Prado in Madrid
    $1200 8
To crash into with great force, as when battering down a door
    $1600 1
He won a 1920 Pulitzer Prize for the tragedy "Beyond the Horizon"
    $1600 29
Judd Hirsch & Christine Lahti fled the law with son River Phoenix in tow in this 1988 drama
    $1600 24
Soon after Lee met Grant at Appomattox, Joe Johnston surrendered to this man at N.C.'s Bennett Place
    $1600 20
Lindenwald, Montpelier, the Hermitage
    $1600 12
Berthe Morisot took up plein-air painting on the say of this man, her brother-in-law & "Le Dejeuner Sur L'Herbe" painter
    $1600 7
To deceive or trick
    $2000 2
Composer Kurt Weill collaborated with this playwright to create "The Threepenny Opera"
    $2000 30
For women at the Olympics, the 100-meter run comes in 2 styles, plain & with these
    $2000 25
On Feb. 10, 1962 this man & Soviet spy Rudolf Abel crossed the Glienicker Bridge in opposite directions
    $2000 21
A picture, curtains, blood
    $2000 14
From the French for "wild beast", this art movement led by Matisse lasted only from 1905 to 1908
    $2000 11
To hum, buzz or speak in a monotonous tone

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Neal Cathryn
$21,600 $11,200 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1978 astronomer James Christy named its moon in honor of his wife Charlene

Final scores:

Patrick Neal Cathryn
$24,001 $3,199 $14,000
3-day champion: $56,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Neal Cathryn
$19,600 $11,200 $11,200
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
13 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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Game tape date: 2003-09-04
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