Show #4435 - Friday, December 12, 2003

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Wes Johnson, a band manager and attorney from Columbia, South Carolina

Tim Heaney, a facility manager originally from Cranston, Rhode Island

Molly Strothmann, a graduate student from Norman, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Her maiden name was Fitzgerald when she married into the fabled Kennedy family in 1914
    $200 5
Dolls' title partners (4)
    $200 17
Bad dreams at night can lead to hypnophobia, the fear of doing this
    $200 2
Oglethorpe is the seat of this county whose "line" was featured in a 1974 film
    $200 1
Every U. of British Columbia graduating class ceremonially does this; you can still see 1949's dogwood
    $200 23
Rene Descartes made famous the phrase "Cogito ergo sum", which means this
    $400 14
U.S. Ambassador to Ghana from 1974 to 1976, she was once Hollywood's biggest star
    $400 10
Ms. Close, to you (5)
    $400 18
One of the most common of all, glossophobia is the fear of doing this in public
    $400 3
Visiting the Callaway Plantation in Washington, Georgia you can "jump down, turn around" & do this
    $400 6
In 2001, at Ellis Island, the President led the Pledge of Allegiance at this type of ceremony
    $400 26
Meaning "always faithful", it's the motto of the Marine Corps
    $600 15
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from the U.S.S. Missouri in Pearl Harbor, HI)
On January 29, 1944, this 19-year-old daughter of Harry Truman christened the U.S.S. Missouri at the ship's launching in New York City
    $600 11
Disney dwarf, or "Old Men" adjective (6)
    $600 19
If you've got amathophobia, a fear of this, you might also fear Genesis 3:19, which tells us we'll all return to it
    $600 24
Cleveland, Georgia is home to these dolls, adopted out of its "Babyland General Hospital"
    $600 7
If a priest comes to your hospital room to perform the Anointing of the Sick, you may want to know it's also called this
    $600 27
If you're not of sound mind, you're this 3-word phrase, literally
    $800 16
Clotilde Bowen was the first black woman to receive her "eagles" by promotion to this U.S. Army rank
    $800 12
"Spirited" Swayze saga (5)
    $800 20
A nebulaphobe is frightened of this, even when it "comes on little cat feet"
    $800 25
The first steamship to sail across the Atlantic sailed from Georgia & was named for this city
    $800 8
In Branson, Missouri, the nation's largest celebration of this day includes a parade at 11:00 on 11/11
    $800 28
"In wine there is truth" or so says this phrase
    $1000 22
In 1990 Joan Finney became the first Kansas woman elected to this post
    $1000 13
Oddjob's master (10)
    DD: $1,800 21
Hippophobia isn't the fear of hippopotami but of these
    $1000 29
Georgia's state motto is "Wisdom, justice and" this, something you should have "in all things"
    $1000 9
The ritual smoke seen here indicates a new one of these
    $1000 30
When he crossed the Rubicon, Julius Caesar supposedly said, "Iacta alea est", which translates to this

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

Molly Tim Wes
$1,200 $1,800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Molly Tim Wes
$5,800 $2,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
In 1811 Thomas Manning, disguised in Chinese garb, became the first Englishman to enter this Tibetan capital
    $400 1
With over 2,500 versions, it's been listed in Guinness as the most recorded song in history
    $400 11
For radio's "Family Theater", Al Scalpone wrote, "The family that prays together" does this
    $400 26
Let's see, there's one fish, not two fish, and it's not a red fish, it's this
    $400 16
It's when a spacecraft passes a planet to observe it
    $400 3
This event happens because of the pressure on gas-filled magma from the solid rock around it
    $800 22
This Venetian's accounts of the Roc of Arabian myth may have been based on the Elephant Bird of Madagascar
    $800 2
They're the trio heard here in a rather animated remake of a Beatles hit
    $800 12
His first inaugural address gave us the phrase "the better angels of our nature"
    $800 27
It's also the name of a wholesome snack that smiles back until you bite their heads off
    $800 17
It's when unionized police officers call in sick en masse
    $800 4
It's why Sampson's Pearly Mussel & the Santa Barbara Song Sparrow were taken off the endangered species list
    $1200 23
In April 1874 this Scottish missionary & African explorer was buried at a state funeral at Westminster Abbey
    $1200 8
In George Martin's farewell album "In My Life", Jim Carrey does this song (Goo goo goo joob)
    $1200 13
Paul Erdos was famous as one of these, which he defined as a machine "for turning coffee into theorems"
    $1200 28
Complain, complain, complain, that's all it does is complain
    $1200 18
It's the lottery option that lets the computer randomly select some numbers
    $1200 5
In 1654 Queen Christina of Sweden abdicated because she wanted to practice this religion
    DD: $3,000 24
On Sept. 12, 1609 he sailed into New York harbor & then proceeded north to the site of present-day Albany
    DD: $4,200 9
Under the name Dr. Winston O'Boogie, John Lennon played guitar on Elton John's 1974 remake of this gem
    $1600 14
Samuel Johnson rhymed, "Let observation with extensive view / Survey mankind from China to" this country
    $1600 29
It's named for the insects that spread malaria, because it eats the insects
    $1600 19
In nuclear imaging, it's an area with an accumulation of radioactivity
    $1600 6
Washington attacked at this N.J. city Dec. 26, 1776 because many of his soldiers' enlistments ended Dec. 31
    $2000 25
This Grand Canyon explorer wrote "Explorations of the Colorado River of the West and its Tributaries" in 1875
    $2000 10
It's the song covered here by Earth, Wind & Fire
    $2000 15
These "Prairie Home Companion" biscuits give "shy persons the strength to get up and do what needs to be done"
    $2000 30
It's named for the decorative pattern on its skin. As you can see, it's not slimming
    $2000 20
3-word proverb meaning that the strong create their own rules
    $2000 7
This double-reed instrument's pitch rarely changes, so the rest of the orchestra tunes to it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Molly Tim Wes
$15,200 $6,800 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Frederic Tudor became wealthy marketing this, which he took from a pond called Fresh Pond in Massachusetts

Final scores:

Molly Tim Wes
$8,398 $0 $15,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $15,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Molly Tim Wes
$13,000 $4,200 $11,000
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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Game tape date: 2003-09-04
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