Show #4436 - Monday, December 15, 2003

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Miriam Kadansky, a research manager from Westford, Massachusetts

Steve Schneider, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Wes Johnson, a band manager and attorney from Columbia, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will end with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 30
Albert Einstein was the Person of the Century; in 1949 this British statesman was the man of the half-century
    $200 1
Walloping gourds
    $200 9
2 edible types of this shellfish found on the Pacific coast of North America are the Red King & Dungeness
    $200 16
The tagline "Is it live or is it" this brand was introduced in 1971 in ads for recordable audio cassettes
    $200 21
This frequent co-star of Doris Day played Daniel Reece on "Dynasty"
    $200 2
This insect is also known as a dumbledore; same amount of syllables & sounds similar
    $400 26
1951's & 1979's men were from this country; the first was a Premier, the second a religious zealot
    $400 7
American bomber planes introduced in the 1950s
    $400 10
It's marketed according to size, from Colossal (10 or less to a pound) to miniature (about 100 to a pound)
    $400 17
This brand dates back to a company set up in 1913 to manufacture liquid bleach
    $400 22
He's credited with pushing the Missouri Compromise through the House
    $400 3
This contraction is used to describe, say, an easy golf shot that your opponent excuses you from playing
    $600 28
This Independent Counsel shared the honor with Bill Clinton for 1998
    $600 8
.75 foot tacks
    $600 11
To keep these stalk-eyed beasts from harming each other, rubber bands are put around their claws
    $600 18
The logo of this watch brand, a status symbol, is seen here
    $600 23
In 1975 he replaced Mick Taylor in The Rolling Stones
    $600 4
A kolkhoz was a collective or co-operative communal one in the USSR, sort of like a kibbutz in Israel
    $800 27
For 1974 this King of Saudi Arabia was chosen for the turmoil he unleashed after raising oil prices
    $800 14
Communal foe
    $800 12
It's really an old wives' tale that it's unsafe to eat this bivalve in months without an "R" in their name
    $800 19
"Discover what your lips are missing" is a slogan for this product
    $800 24
Since the 1960s this film producer has been partnered with a merchant
    $800 5
From the Latin for "bad", if you have it "aforethought", you're in big trouble
    $1000 29
For 1978 he made it as Vice Premier of China; for 1985 he was picked again, but now he was the Premier
    $1000 15
Sinatra visits Tinseltown
    $1000 13
The shell of this mollusk gave its name to a method of cooking & to a curved edge, on cloth, for example
    DD: $3,000 20
The name of this electronics brand is from the Latin for "great voice"
    $1000 25
"Wonders of the Invisible World" was his 1693 book on some of the Salem witchcraft cases
    $1000 6
In this foreign sport, Niramiai is the time spent stamping, thigh-slapping & glaring at your opponent before fighting

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

Wes Steve Miriam
$5,800 $1,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Steve Miriam
$5,000 $2,200 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
Although Abner Doubleday organized baseball teams in this village, he didn't invent the game
    $400 18
The story in which she "takes a bawth" at the Plaza was written in the 1960s but wasn't published until 2002
    $400 20
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Wittenberg, Germany.) The only achievement mentioned in Luther's epitaph is his doctorate in this subject from Wittenberg University
    $400 9
The razzle-dazzle musical where a sensational murder trial is acted out in vaudeville specialties"
    $400 8
Formed in 1864 to take care of battle victims, it now relieves human suffering worldwide
    $400 1
Of Poe's "The Raven"
    $800 3
It was the capital of colonial Virginia from 1619 to 1699
    $800 19
A Disney film was based on this 1959 Margery Sharp tale of Miss Bianca & the mice of the Prisoners' Aid Society
    $800 24
Terrified by a storm, Luther swore he'd become one of these, & joined the Augustinian order
    $800 10
David Henry Hwang has redone the book for this 1958 tale of romance in San Francisco's Chinatown
    $800 11
This actress is the founding national chair of AmFAR, the American Foundation for AIDS Research
    $800 7
Of the nursery rhyme "Old King Cole"
    $1200 4
When construction began on this planned community on Long Island in 1946, a house sold for $7,000
    $1200 28
A pilot who's crashed in the Sahara narrates this tale written & illustrated by Saint-Exupery
    $1200 25
In translating the Bible, Luther added "alone" after this word, believing that it, rather than works, saves us
    $1200 12
"Ganzl's Book" calls Aldonza in this musical "a wildcat"; Playbill calls her "the beautiful whore"
    $1200 15
Founded in 1971, in French its name is Medecins Sans Frontieres
    $1200 21
Of "Casey at the Bat"
    $1600 5
In 1950 Congress passed legislation to preserve the Heights area of this historic section of Washington, D.C.
    $1600 29
Ian Falconer created this title character seen here
    $1600 26
In 1524 Luther published the "Achtliederbuch", this type of book often found in churches
    DD: $1,000 13
First name of Patrick Dennis' aunt; Angela Lansbury was first to play her in the musical
    $1600 16
It helps people in crisis due to homelessness or mobility problems & has offices in bus stations & airports
    $1600 22
Of the Gettysburg Address
    $2000 6
Don't fall behind when crossing the Tappan Zee Bridge over the Hudson in this village in Westchester County
    $2000 30
"The Bad Beginning" & "The Wide Window" are part of Lemony Snicket's "A Series of" these
    $2000 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from Wittenberg, Germany.) On the old wooden door that stood here, Martin Luther posted this numerical piece of writing & began the Reformation
    $2000 14
This musical with Billy Bigelow, based on "Liliom" by Ferenc Molnar, has been making the rounds since 1945
    DD: $1,000 17
The American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities supports this children's research hospital in Memphis
    $2000 23
Of Dickens' "A Christmas Carol"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wes Steve Miriam
$9,400 $11,400 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When it was completed in 1928, Britain's P.M. said, "Our histories, our novels, our poems... are all in this one book"

Final scores:

Wes Steve Miriam
$6,800 $1 $1,199
2-day champion: $22,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Wes Steve Miriam
$12,400 $11,400 $13,600
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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Game tape date: 2003-10-21
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