Show #4407 - Tuesday, November 4, 2003

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Sarah Robertson, a media planner from Los Angeles, California

Mike Nichols, a commercial pilot from Lawrenceville, Georgia

Mary Treisbach, a marketing consultant from Norristown, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Term for the offspring of a cross between different species, they do occur on their own in nature
    $200 11
"Ralph Kramden, Inc."
    $200 26
Cutpurse is an old-time word for this type of crowd-working criminal
    $200 21
2 multiple birth groups made the list together for a total of 12 kids, the McCaughey septuplets of 1997 & this 1934 group
    $200 12
2 Reverends received a 2000 Presidential medal of Freedom, Gardner Taylor & this man
    $200 6
Fortitude & prudence are cardinal ones
    $400 2
The Hyksos brought to Egypt the compound bow, the Asian light horse & this mode of transportation
    $400 17
"Requiem for a Malph"
    $400 27
In the 1800s Marm Mandelbaum was an infamous one of these dealers in stolen goods
    $400 22
The image of this person seen here as a 3-year-old has been lodged in our memory
    $400 13
Encarta mentions him in 3 articles, "Reform Party", "Minnesota" & "Professional Wrestling"
    $400 7
On Dec. 19, 1777
10,000 men camped at this site
    $600 3
Web designers know it's the "HT" in HTTP & HTML
    $600 18
"Speak for Yourself, Mr. French"
    $600 28
A 1994 New York state law compels police to make an arrest under certain conditions when investigating this
    $600 23
Oogachaka, oogachaka, I can't help this feeling -- this titular TV lawyer got tired of seeing the dancing baby
    $600 14
In 2003, after 30 years of service, he retired from the U.S. Senate
    $600 8
is the website for this broadcaster
    $800 4
"Dr. Johnson drank his tea in oceans" is an example of this figure of speech
    $800 19
"The One With Joey's New Brain"
    $800 29
Under English law, having relations with the King's wife (if you're not the King) constitutes this crime
    DD: $1,500 24
BabyTalk called her son Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau "the first real tester of a baby backpack"
    $800 15
In a 1939 film Henry Fonda played Frank & Tyrone Power played this title character, Frank's brother
    $800 9
From the Latin for "evening", it's a service of evening worship
    $1000 5
This German physician introduced "animal magnetism", now called hypnosis, to medicine
    $1000 20
"The Bubble Boy"
    $1000 30
The name of the Miami-Dade Corrections Dept. also includes this, restoring inmates to useful lives
    $1000 25
In an Alex Haley work, his father lifts him to the universe & says, "Behold, the only thing greater than yourself"
    $1000 16
On the Ohio State track squad in 1935 he set a record in the running broad jump
    $1000 10
It's the South African equivalent to the Pampas of South America

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

Mary Mike Sarah
$2,000 $3,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Mike Sarah
$3,600 $5,500 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

____ LIGHT
    $400 16
Tom Wingfield brings Jim O'Connor home to meet his sister Laura in this Tennessee Williams play
    $400 23
(Video of Cheryl at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI.) The first U.S. Men's National Singles Championship, played right here in 1881, evolved into this New York City tournament
    $400 1
Just as in San Francisco, these are used in the port of Valparaiso to carry passengers up steep hillsides
    $400 17
Star chef Mario Batali lays on the lardo, which comes from the back of this animal's neck
    $400 8
In April 1988 Northwest became the first U.S. air carrier to ban this on all domestic flights
    $400 3
To a Brit, it's a torch
    $800 19
A handsome drifter charms a group of lonely woman in a small Kansas town in this Inge drama
    $800 24
Though he sits in a high chair, this official at matches is expected to act mature
    $800 2
Chile's coat of arms features an Andean deer & this vulture that has a 10-foot wingspan
    $800 18
I prefer that my smoked salmon be served on these diagonally-cut pieces of bread
    $800 9
He asked to be traded from the Oilers to the Kings so he could be near his wife, Janet Jones, in Hollywood
    $800 4
This type of vigil happens annually outside Graceland
    $1200 20
(Hi, I'm CCH Pounder from "The Shield.") I played the title role of a recently married woman in a production of this Ibsen drama
    DD: $2,500 25
(Video of Cheryl at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI.) Let's raise a cup to this man for whom the International Tennis Federation Men's Team Championship trophy is named
    $1200 13
Chile's southernmost point, it lies on an island in the Tierra Del Fuego Archipelago
    DD: $2,000 10
It became the first modern Muslim nation to have a woman Prime Minister
    $1200 5
Superheroes have a tendency to crash down through one of these in a ceiling
    $1600 21
"Private Lives", a comedy by this wit, concerns Elyot Chase & Amanda Prynne, a divorced couple
    $1600 26
Culinary term for what you do when you step in front of your doubles partner to hit a ball
    $1600 14
In 1973 he led a military junta that overthrew Salvador Allende, & then governed Chile for the next 16 years
    $1600 29
This lobster dish may get its name from the Revolutionary month in which Napoleon first ate it
    $1600 11
Carl Lewis, who came in 2nd in the Olympic 100-meter dash, got the gold after it was taken away from this Canadian
    $1600 6
Gotterdammerung is translated as this "of the gods"
    $2000 22
(Hi, I'm Lauren Graham from "The Gilmore Girls.") I starred in a revival of "Once in a Lifetime", which was a collaboration between George S. Kaufman & this playwright
    $2000 27
(Video of Sarah at the Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI.) Tennis Hall of Fame founder James Van Alen came up with this innovation, that prevents 19-17 sets
    $2000 15
Chile's longest river, the Loa, flows through this arid & forbidding desert
    $2000 28
Tasty, costly steaks result from this process of hanging meat in the open air for up to 14 days at 50-75% humidity
    $2000 12
1 of the 2 candidates who fell by the wayside, allowing Anthony Kennedy to join the Supreme Court
    $2000 7
Seen in the 20th Century Fox logo, it's also the name of their specialty film label

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Mike Sarah
$8,800 $9,500 $18,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This film featuring Glenn Ford & Sidney Poitier was the first major film to use rock & roll music on the soundtrack

Final scores:

Mary Mike Sarah
$0 $200 $18,399
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,399

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Mike Sarah
$8,800 $10,200 $17,400
13 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2003-08-20
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