Show #4443 - Wednesday, December 24, 2003

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Brad Ritter, an actor and writer originally from Pueblo, Colorado

Patricia Baillif, a certified public attorney from Dallas, Texas

Andy Thomas, a U.S. Air Force nurse originally from Huntsville, Alabama (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1840s
___ OF ___
    $200 7
The discovery of this in California on Jan. 24, 1848 was kept quiet until the N.Y. Herald ran the news in August
    $200 9
David Falk, agent for a certain Chicago Bull, came up with the name for this high-flying sneaker brand
    $200 16
That erupting volcano is no mirage--you're at The Mirage in this city
    $200 6
"Dawn Over Kitty Hawk"
    $200 22
Proverbially, this animal keeps getting its back broken by one straw too many
    $200 1
It's the title of an unmarried woman who is the chief attendant of a bride
    $400 11
This organization was begun in London in 1844 by George Williams to hold Bible readings for his coworkers; pools came later
    $400 10
The man seen here was born in this state & earned NBA Coach of the Year honors there
    $400 17
Take a romantic bath in the Garden of Eden Apple Suite at Caesars Pocono Palace--your tub is shaped like this
    $400 8
"Seven Pillars of Wisdom"
    $400 25
Water, clay & a little straw combine to make this type of brick common in the Southwest
    $400 2
Open this source of many unpredictable problems & you're also ready with a lot of bait for your fishing trip
    $600 12
2 of the 3 names this Georgia town had in the 1840s were Terminus & Marthasville
    $600 13
This franchise, now in Oakland, won the first NBA championship while based in Philadelphia in 1947
    $600 24
Get 40 whacks--oops, we mean 40 winks--at the Mass. home of this accused ax murderess; it's a bed & breakfast
    $600 18
"Lady Day"
    $600 26
Skimmers, boaters & sailors are types of these made of straw
    DD: $1,000 3
Term for a domestic animal used to pull or carry loads; it's also the title of a 1978 hit song
    $800 21
In 1847 the Communist League hired this pair to write its manifesto
    $800 14
Karl Malone & this guard started running pick-&-rolls for Utah in 1985
    $800 27
Throw a stag party at London's Dorchester Hotel, like this man did on Nov. 19, 1947--before his royal wedding
    $800 19
"Why Not the Best?"
    $800 29
Politically speaking, O. Henry wrote, "A straw" one of these "only shows which way the hot air blows"
    $800 4
When Maxwell Smart wanted a conference in the Chief's office to be secret, he demanded this device be lowered
    $1000 23
Built in 1849, the Chain Bridge spans this river to link the cities of Buda & Pest
    $1000 15
It's broadcaster Bill Walton's 5-word catchphrase when a 7-footer dunks
    $1000 28
Get an in-room massage for your dog at the Santa Barbara resort owned by this actor, TV's Daniel Boone
    $1000 20
"Zim: A Baseball Life"
    $1000 30
Sacrificial tokens in ancient Asia; Sam Peckinpah extinguished a few in 1971
    $1000 5
A lawyer may ask for this, a legal term meaning the movement of a trial to another location

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

Andy Patricia Brad
$1,800 $2,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Patricia Brad
$4,800 $4,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
(Video of Sarah in Toledo, Spain.) Windmills, like this one, inspired perhaps the most famous scene in all this writer's work
    $400 15
At Ikea, Gulliver is a crib & Gok is this kind of table where a crying baby might go from the crib
    $400 19
He set up his brother Joseph as ruler of Naples & his brother Louis as King of Holland
    $400 4
He mentions Luke 3 times in his letters & was the one who dubbed Luke "the beloved physician"
    $400 28
Lyrics to this Wham! hit have been misheard as "Wake me up and make some cocoa"
    $400 1
Apollo 7's Eisele, Cunningham & Schirra won a special one of these awards for their TV transmissions
    $800 12
In the Autumn you can take in the festival of the harvest of these in Jerez
    $800 16
Marcel Breuer's tubular chair, seen here, was inspired by this part of a bicycle
    $800 20
Clashing with his brother Zbigniew, Boleslaw the Wry-Mouthed came to power in this country in 1102
    $800 5
Luke's symbol; unlike lumberjack Bunyan's, his is winged, not blue
    $800 30
At Live Aid, George Michael performed "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" with this piano-playing pop star
    $800 2
Found in the medicine cabinet, it has a small rubber bulb on top of a glass tube with a tapered open end
    $1200 13
(Video of Sarah in Barcelona, Spain.) Dinner in Spain isn't until 11, so I'm tiding myself over with these, whose name means cover or lid
    $1200 18
Seen here in Russia's Peterhof is this room, named for a piece of furniture
    $1200 21
Louis XIII's brother Gaston of Orleans was a conspirator against this Cardinal
    $1200 6
Luke says the first group to visit the newborn Jesus was a bunch of these who were tipped off by an angel
    $1200 29
In 1985 Wham! became the first western pop group to perform live in this Asian country
    $1200 3
Rosalynn Carter's real first name, it was also the name of the First Lady 40 years before her
    $1600 14
In the venerable city of Cordoba, you can still buy this material, perhaps including cordovan
    $1600 22
It can resemble an elongated chair & its name indicates that it's perfect for an afternoon nap
    DD: $2,000 25
On March 15, 1917 he abdicated in favor of his brother Michael, who quickly refused the crown
    $1600 7
Peter escaped jail, Luke says, & went to Mary's house where this maid, not Carlton her gateman, was amazed to see him
    $1600 27
He's the one in Wham! who wasn't George Michael
    $1600 8
This capital city is nicknamed "Auld Reekie", also the title of a poem by Robert Fergusson
    $2000 17
(Video of Sarah in Barcelona, Spain.) This architect of the Temple de la Sagrada Familia truly gave his life to the project; he was still polishing its structures when he died
    DD: $6,000 23
This 5-letter term for a long sofa comes from the Persian for "place of assembly"
    $2000 24
Octavian took on this man's brother Lucius Antonius at Perugia in 40 B.C.
    $2000 10
Some believe Luke hailed from Antioch in a part of ancient Syria that's now in this country
    $2000 26
Wham's third U.S. No. 1 hit; it includes "Somebody tell me... why I work so hard for you... to give you money"
    $2000 9
Say cheese -- this cheese named for a region in Switzerland

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Patricia Brad
$13,200 $8,800 -$2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2003 Disney released this film, its first ever movie under the Disney banner rated PG-13

Final scores:

Andy Patricia Brad
$3,200 $4,399 -$2,400
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $4,399 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andy Patricia Brad
$13,200 $8,400 $5,600
21 R,
6 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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Game tape date: 2003-10-22
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