Show #4371 - Monday, September 15, 2003

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Lynne Bongiovanni, a college instructor from Queens, New York

James Burns, a television graphic designer from Avondale Estates, Georgia

Jill Kaiser, a trauma center registration secretary from Edgington, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Parts of the Missouri are lined with these cliffs; an Iowa city named for a famous council is located on some
    $200 1
It was boxer Joe Louis' famous nickname
    $200 6
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from Times Square.) Can you believe Times Square was completely closed off to film this actor's "Vanilla Sky" dream sequence?
    $200 12
It can be a popular brand of beer or a popular book of world records
    $200 22
It's the city where Vladimir Putin was born in 1952; it changed its name in 1991
    $200 17
Also called a red-dog, it's a defensive football play on a quarterback to try & prevent a pass
    $400 27
A dam good idea, the 1944 act to control these authorized the Missouri River Basin Project
    $400 2
Singer Alecia Moore goes by this name, regardless of her hair color
    $400 7
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Louisville, Kentucky.) Al Pacino & Russell Crowe filmed part of this movie about a whistle-blower here at the Seelbach Hilton
    $400 13
London pubs have "extra cold beer" for Yanks; most Brits drink beer at a temperature called this
    $400 23
Putin was a citywide tournament champion in this martial art
    $400 18
First name of the peacemaker seen here
    $600 28
Missouri fish include this type of catfish with a stubborn-sounding name
    $600 3
Vince Lombardi said there are 3 important things in life: family, religion & this football team
    $600 8
L.A.'s 1893 Bradbury Building, seen here, was featured in this Harrison Ford movie, set around 2020
    $600 14
In this year, the Mayflower came ashore at a secondary destination because of a shortage of beer
    $600 24
Putin spent a long time there & one of his daughters was born in this country that no longer exists
    DD: $500 19
This popular resort city of southeastern Switzerland has hosted many world skiing competitions
    $800 4
It's the reddish-orange color named for the fruit seen here
    $800 9
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from the National Bowling Center.) Part of this Woody Harrelson / Randy Quaid film about an Amish bowling wiz was shot here at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno
    $800 15
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, could tell you that it's "the official beer of Halloween"
    $800 25
It's the intelligence service he worked for from 1975 to 1990
    $800 20
This ruined Mayan city on the Yucatan peninsula is home to a large pyramid called El Castillo
    $1000 5
It's the color you'd avoid if you were xanthophobic
    $1000 10
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from a beach.) At the end of this steamy film, Kathleen Turner lounges here, on Kauai's Tunnels Beach
    $1000 16
If a Pittsburgher suggests pumping iron, he may mean drinking this local brand of beer
    $1000 26
Putin has garnered popular support by his suppression of militants in this breakaway republic
    $1000 21
A class of aircraft carriers bears the name of this commander of the U.S. Pacific fleet during WWII

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

Jill James Lynne
$2,800 $2,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jill James Lynne
$3,000 $2,400 $5,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 19
The 2 forces that cause soil erosion are water & this, which includes a process called deflation
    $400 14
Working for UNICEF is this woman, mom to 14 kids & movie mom to "Rosemary's Baby"
    $400 24
Synchronized swimming used to be called "water" this, though it's hard to be "en pointe" in the pool
    $400 1
The Dada art movement originated at the Cabaret Voltaire in 1916 in this largest Swiss city
    $400 6
In 1788 Col. George Clendenin danced off with the deed to this city now in West Virginia for, we hear, under a buck
    $400 9
It's the term for the decorative "A.T." on my cufflinks
    $800 20
This rock is basically froth formed from liquid lava
    $800 15
Appointed in August 2001, this movie "Tomb Raider" is tackling the refugee problem
    $800 25
Hockey has the penalty shot; this game has the penalty throw
    $800 2
This Florentine's 1483 "Madonna of the Rocks" is his earliest major work that survives in complete form
    $800 7
Imprisoned for life in 1865, this doctor was pardoned by the President in 1869
    $800 10
A type of exercise, or a type of bra
    $1200 21
The "creta" in Cretaceous comes from the Latin for this substance picked up by some blackboard erasers
    $1200 16
Seen here, he was the first U.N. goodwill ambassador
    $1200 26
In the Olympics, this event name means you can use any stroke, but it's usually the crawl
    DD: $1,000 3
In 1934 this midwestern regionalist became an assistant professor of fine arts at the University of Iowa
    DD: $1,000 8
This ex-president of a South Carolina railroad negotiated a purchase from Mexico for a new U.S. route
    $1200 11
Once you ring in, you've reached "the point of" this
    $1600 22
Do we have to spell it out for you? Speleology is the study of these
    $1600 17
Made a UNICEF ambassador in 1988, this Oscar winner spent the last years of her life working for needy children
    $1600 27
Rhyming term for an insect-like fishing lure that floats on the surface of the water
    $1600 4
As a boy, Titian was sent to this city to study under the masters; he spent most of the rest of his life there
    $1600 12
The Flame is a variety of red grape with this popular quality
    $2000 23
The Eniwetok Atoll sits on a limestone cap that's sitting on the summit of one of these
    $2000 18
This South African Nobel Laureate author is an ambassador for the U.N. development program
    $2000 28
The introduction of aluminum made this type of diving board more flexible, giving divers more height
    $2000 5
This Dutch artist's "Composition B With Red, 1935", scorned by critics in 1936, was sold in 1999 for about $4.5 million
    $2000 13
Scented liquid originating in a German city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jill James Lynne
$11,800 -$800 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Alabama coin bears this person's name in English, & for the first time on a circulating U.S. coin, in Braille

Final scores:

Jill James Lynne
$19,801 -$800 $19,800
2-day champion: $28,602 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jill James Lynne
$11,800 -$800 $12,000
14 R,
3 W
10 R,
6 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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Game tape date: 2003-07-23
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