Show #4449 - Thursday, January 1, 2004

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Faith O'Neal, an attorney from New York, New York

Clint Hill, a financial analyst from Nashville, Tennessee

Micah Morken, a graduate student originally from St. Paul, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $38,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
As a result of the French defeat at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in 1954, this country was divided at the 17th parallel
    $200 9
The title character of this Beatles song is "wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door"
    $200 18
This holiday was first celebrated in the U.S. in 1792, the 300th anniversary of a certain explorer's New World arrival
    $200 6
The Rainbow variety of this fish is popularly served "amandine"
    $200 26
Its name is from the French for "lion's tooth"
    $200 14
In a Robert Louis Stevenson novel, a drug turns this man into a monster
    $400 2
In 452 this "Scourge of God" invaded northern Italy, but disease & famine forced his troops to withdraw
    $400 10
For most of the '70s, Elton John collaborated with this lyricist on songs like "Your Song"
    $400 22
On January 8 the state of Louisiana commemorates this battle of the War of 1812
    $400 7
At Starbucks you'll find a variety of these Scottish quick breads to go with your coffee
    $400 27
In a song it was "Crimson & "this weed, "over & over"
    $400 15
With 6,
more U.S. Presidents were born with this first name than any other
    $600 3
In 1948 he was elected President of China, but was driven from the mainland to Taiwan the next year
    $600 11
She stayed at No. 1 for 8 weeks in 1993 with "Dreamlover"
    $600 23
Cuba's National Revolutionary Festival in late July commemorates his 26th of July movement founded in 1953
    $600 8
Traditionally, inside your chicken cordon bleu you'll find melted cheese & a thin slice of this meat
    $600 28
It's everywhere! Even in Kentucky's nickname
    $600 16
One of Jules Bastien-LePage's most famous paintings is of this girl, hearing voices
    $800 4
In 1972 Pakistan's President Bhutto signed an accord with this Indian Prime Minister normalizing relations
    $800 17
In 1978 Barbra Streisand & Neil Diamond had a No. 1 hit with this duet
    $800 24
West Virginia holds a Heritage Jubilee named for this Confederate General, his commander's "right arm"
    $800 12
Around St. Patrick's Day, many McDonald's still serve up the cool minty green drink called this
    $800 29
This garden weed may be plain, hemp or stinging
    $800 20
The port city of Aqaba is this nation's only link to the sea
    $1000 5
In 1959 this Japanese Crown Prince married a commoner, the first time ever for an heir to the throne
    $1000 19
She made her Top 40 debut with 1972's "You Turn Me On, I'm a Radio"
    $1000 25
Japan's Sanno Festival on April 15 honors Sanno, this religion's mountain god
    $1000 13
Alliterative name for the classic French dish consisting of meat braised in red wine with onions & mushrooms
    DD: $2,000 30
It got its name in the old West from its ability to drive sheep & horses crazy
    $1000 21
It refers to the geographic area a court has power over or to the types of cases it can hear

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Micah Clint Faith
$1,400 $2,200 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Micah Clint Faith
$8,600 $3,000 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Venice) We're at the place where this explorer lived.
It's known as del Milione,
because Venetians thought he told a million lies
    $400 10
Frances Gumm took her new last name from writer Robert Garland & this first name from a Hoagy Carmichael song
    $400 1
A 7-mile-high peak in the mountain range called Maxwell is the highest feature on this planet, Earth's twin
    $400 25
He exposed questionable design practices in the auto industry in "Unsafe at Any Speed"
    $400 16
This love story by Robert James Waller spent more than 3 years on the bestseller list
    $400 19
Using a slang superlative, Leroy Brown is described as this "man in the whole damn town"
    $800 3
On a Halloween night in the 1750s, this seducer made a daring escape from a cell beneath the Doge's Palace
    $800 12
Born Roy Scherer, he's the movie star seen here
    $800 5
By studying lunar eclipses this Greek philosopher proved that the Earth was ball-shaped
    $800 26
He created his "Safari" fragrance in 1990
    $800 17
Failed poet Von Humboldt Fleisher is the title character in this Saul Bellow novel
    $800 20
The superlative of the word "old" can start with this letter instead of o
    $1200 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Venice.) This big waterway serves as the main street of Venice. The Venetians call it the Canalazzo, but we call it this
    $1200 13
In 1988 this actress, born Margarita Ibrahimoff, married Tom Hanks, born Tom Hanks
    $1200 6
In 2002 the Odyssey space probe determined ice lies just below the surface of this planet's poles
    $1200 27
He won the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize for his work as a U.N. mediator resolving Arab-Israeli conflicts
    $1200 18
His "Postman Always Rings Twice", "Double Indemnity" & "Mildred Pierce" were all made into movies
    $1200 21
It's the superlative of "little", as in the proverb This "said, soonest mended"
    $1600 8
Venice is the setting for Act I of this tragedy about a man who loved his wife "not wisely but too well"
    $1600 14
This larger-than-life model & reality show subject was born Vickie Lynn Hogan
    $1600 7
Ceres, one of these objects, is about 600 miles in diameter & was named for the Roman goddess of agriculture
    DD: $1,000 28
Encapsulating the essence of his philosophy, he published "Nature" in 1836
    $1600 22
He's kept readers in suspense with novels like "Whispers", "Watchers" & "Sole Survivor"
    DD: $3,000 23
Superlative in a famous nickname of the NYPD
    $2000 11
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Venice.) It was Lord Byron who wrote, "I stood in Venice on" this bridge, "A palace and a prison on each hand"
    $2000 15
TV's Tonto, Mohawk Indian Harold Jay Smith got this nickname playing lacrosse by running on the balls of his feet
    $2000 9
When William Herschel discovered this planet in 1781, he first thought it was a comet
    $2000 29
Later SCLC President, he co-founded the Montgomery (Alabama) Improvement Assoc. in 1955
    $2000 30
"The Red Tent" by Anita Diamant retells the story of this Biblical woman, the daughter of Jacob & Leah
    $2000 24
Superlative in the name of a Minnesota-based retail electronics behemoth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Micah Clint Faith
$15,600 $11,800 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

While serving in the '60s & '70s as this city's last "censor", Richard J. Sinnott banned fewer than 10 things

Final scores:

Micah Clint Faith
$6,600 $9,500 $12,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Micah Clint Faith
$17,600 $11,800 $7,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $37,000

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Game tape date: 2003-10-28
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