Show #4381 - Monday, September 29, 2003

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Doug Jungemann, a satellite operations technician from Rapid City, South Dakota

Leslie Basalla, a newspaper reporter from Cleveland, Ohio

Chuck Champagne, a vice president of finance from Cumberland, Rhode Island (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Rowley Powley seems to be an early aka for this kiss & run guy
    $200 11
In 1999 this Rivers became head coach of the Orlando Magic
    $200 17
Like the house cat, the house mouse uses these facial appendages to feel its way around in the dark
    $200 1
Young Christopher Wren translated into Latin William Oughtred's book on these clocks that don't work at night
    $200 6
It means "in a difficult situation" & you don't want to be there without a paddle
    $200 22
Encarta reports that some of these mammals have been clocked flying at 60 mph
    $400 13
Dame Dob whipped her for causing Jack's disaster
    $400 27
Farms famous for beef stick summer sausage
    $400 18
Grasshopper mice are known to do this, like a coyote or a Ginsberg
    $400 2
In physiology, Wren devised a way to transfuse this from one animal to another
    $400 7
To raise the stakes, as in a poker game
    $400 23
In 1992 Iniki, one of these, had gusts clocked at 175 mph
    $600 14
She's the subject who sat for the John Everett Millais painting seen here
    $600 28
The one who was a participant in the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral
    $600 19
Bambi might know that when deer mice get excited they do this with their feet, like his rabbit friend
    DD: $600 3
Wren's first design for this church's new dome was accepted the week before the great fire
    $600 8
It's where the itsy bitsy spider went, again & again
    $600 24
When he retired from the Rangers in 1993, his fastballs were still being clocked at over 90 mph
    $800 15
"And so the teacher turned" it "out, but still it lingered near"
    $800 29
It's a member of the walnut family
    $800 20
For most of a mouse's life, these teeth keep growing
    $800 4
Wren designed the observatory in this London borough in 1675
    $800 9
Come in last & you're said to do this, like a plastic surgeon does to a droopy bottom
    $800 25
In 1988 Flo Jo clocked a time of 10.49 seconds in this event
    $1000 16
Town on the Cornish coast a traveler was heading to when he met a man with 7 wives
    $1000 30
First name of Daniel Defoe's Mr. Cronke, the Dumb Philosopher
    $1000 21
If you eat like a harvest mouse you prefer to eat these, probably before they germinate
    $1000 5
For William & Mary, Wren redid 2 palaces: Kensington & this "court", Henry VIII's favorite residence
    $1000 10
Sandy Dennis starred in the film version of this Bel Kaufman tale set in a high school
    $1000 26
He clocked in with a record time with each of the 7 Olympic gold medals he won at the 1972 Munich games

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

Chuck Leslie Doug
$2,800 $3,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Leslie Doug
$6,800 $5,200 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
Of north, south, east or west, the primary direction from Moscow to St. Petersburg
    $400 6
A tagline for "Thirteen Days" is: This island. "1962. You'll never believe how close we came"
    $400 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) To determine this on a lobster, check whether the first pair of swimmerets are hard or feathery
    $400 21
Hanging chads hold up presidential election results!
    $400 11
(Alex presents from Mount Kenya Safari Club.) This Oscar-winning actor, who made Kenya a second home, was a founder of the Mount Kenya Safari Club
    $400 1
In French:
    $800 17
The first Soviet atom bomb was produced at the Mayak Complex in this range running from the Arctic to Kazakhstan
    $800 7
In 1932 Ethel Barrymore played Empress Alexandra & her brother Lionel had power over her as this man
    $800 27
The American lobster is basically differentiated from Pacific ones by having these big enough to eat
    $800 22
Paris falls to the Nazis!
    $800 12
This orator who unsuccessfully ran for U.S. President 3 times was known as "The Great Commoner"
    $800 2
In Portuguese:
    $1200 18
An island off the north coast is named for this majority group in revolutionary circles
    $1200 8
Before "Dragonheart" there was this movie in which Eric Stoltz looks for King Richard I
    $1200 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) In a standard trap, a lobster finds the bait in this aptly named room, moves on to the parlor, & can't leave
    $1200 23
Olympic Games begin in Montreal!
    $1200 13
"The Great Commoner" & "The British Cicero" were nicknames of this "elder" statesman
    $1200 3
In Norwegian:
    $1600 19
Siberia is bordered on its east by the Bering Sea, Sea of Okhotsk & Sea of this country
    $1600 9
In "Max", this "Say Anything" actor has to say, "You're an awfully hard man to like, Hitler, but I'm going to try"
    $1600 29
Term for a tidal area used to store live lobsters, or where a stray dog might end up
    $1600 24
Chernobyl reactor explodes!
    $1600 14
This 18th & 19th c. poet & illustrator called one work "Oh, How I Dreamt of Things Impossible"
    DD: $2,000 4
In Spanish:
    $2000 20
Most of this capital city of a Russian republic has been destroyed by Russian-Chechen fighting
    DD: $2,400 10
Alec Guinness is seen here as this monarch:

"Democracy, Mr. Cromwell, was a Greek drollery, based on the foolish notion that there are extraordinary possibilities in very ordinary people."
    $2000 30
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from a boat in Portland, Maine.) A legal Maine lobster must measure at least 3-1/4 inches along this, the bony back shell
    $2000 25
Spanish Civil War erupts!
    $2000 15
He's the journalist & abolitionist seen here
    $2000 5
In Latvian:
Ungaru Valoda

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Leslie Doug
$16,400 $9,600 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Created as a Pulitzer Prize for broadcasting, it was named for a Georgia philanthropist

Final scores:

Chuck Leslie Doug
$19,201 $3,600 $13,601
2-day champion: $34,402 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chuck Leslie Doug
$16,000 $9,600 $8,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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Game tape date: 2003-07-29
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