Show #4408 - Wednesday, November 5, 2003

(Sarah: Check out some memorable memorabilia in the Biggest Little State in the Union. Treasures of Rhode Island, next on Jeopardy!)


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Stacie Court, a voice instructor from Savannah, Georgia

Chuck Ladd, a project manager from Raleigh, North Carolina

Sarah Robertson, a media planner from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
"For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own" this
    $200 1
FYI, it's what FYI stands for
    $200 11
In January of 1887 construction began on this for the 1889 Expo in Paris & it's still around
    $200 26
"The Father of Psychoanalysis"
    $200 16
The last line of this classic song is "And crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea!"
    $200 4
In "'Twas the Night before Christmas", there are this many tiny reindeer pulling a miniature sleigh
    $400 22
In Revelation 22:13, Jesus called himself these 2 Greek letters, "the beginning and the end, the first and the last"
    $400 2
Some of my old vinyl records spin at 45 rpm, rpm standing for this
    $400 12
On display at the Osaka Fair in 1970 was a rock from here; that had to be a fair first
    $400 27
"The Father of the Waltz"
    $400 17
In its original Italian, this 1997 film is titled "La Vita e Bella"
    $400 5
That's right, good buddy, this numerical combo means "message received" to CBers
    $600 23
In Acts 19, St. Paul spoke at Ephesus against this goddess whose temple was an ancient wonder
    $600 3
Beat your opponents to the punch by telling us it's what TKO stands for
    $600 13
This entertainer and future centenarian celebrated his 79th birthday at the 1982 Knoxville Fair
    $600 28
"The Father of Frozen Foods"
    $600 18
Title woman the unhappy seeker heard here is looking for

Tell her I'm sorry
Tell her I need my baby
    $600 6
In the 1840s, this slogan was used by U.S. expansionists in the "fight" over the Oregon border
    $800 24
Jesus told him that "before the cock crow twice, thou shalt deny me thrice"
    $800 9
MP can either be a Member of Parliament or this job in the Army
    $800 14
This author helped kick off construction for the 1904 fair in St. Louis, but declined to have a day named for him
    $800 29
"The Father of the Blues"
    $800 19
Seen on CBS, this soap opera premiered in 1987
    $800 7
Total number of dots on one standard die
    $1000 25
This "Beloved Physician" is thought to be the only Gentile contributor to the New Testament
    $1000 10
Abbreviated A.I.M., this advocacy group has been called the "Red Man's Great International Warrior Society"
    DD: $1,000 15
The 1964 World's Fair celebrated this Duke's taking control of New Amsterdam in 1664
    $1000 20
BBW, the publication that bills itself as "The Original Magazine for Plus-Size Women", stands for this
    $1000 8
Number of months in a semicentennial

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

Sarah Chuck Stacie
$1,800 -$600 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Chuck Stacie
$2,200 $400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: This is not the usual Ex-Lax. Let me give you an example of a clue in this category. "Lose an 'X' from this type of cat and you're left with a human male". The correct response, "What is Manx?" Lose the "X", you're left with "man".)
    $400 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a scale model of a building.) The artwork here depicts a Newport, Rhode Island landmark, the oldest one of these houses of worship in the United States
    $400 26
Created by Jack Kirby & Stan Lee, this superhero's human form is Dr. Bruce Banner
    $400 3
1 of the 2 Irishmen to win a Nobel Prize for Literature in the 1920s
    $400 13
It's Frosty the Snowman's type of pipe; we hope the smoke doesn't get into his button nose & two eyes made out of coal
    $400 1
Closest to the planet, it shares its name with a pipe-playing Greek god
    $400 8
Send a paper message by phone; lose an "X" & you're left with a musical tone
    $800 22
Built in 1828 & now a national landmark, The Arcade in this city is the oldest indoor shopping mall in the U.S.
    $800 4
Adam Sisman won a National Book Critics Circle Award for his biography of this biographer of Dr. Johnson
    $800 17
From the Greek for "rough", it's your windpipe
    $800 2
The second-largest moon of Saturn or the second-billed female on "Cheers"
    $800 9
This mythological river in Hades, lacking the "X", becomes a home for pigs
    DD: $1,000 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Providence, Rhode Island.) The original deed for the land that became Rhode Island was signed by chiefs of this tribe, with the marks of an arrow & a canoe
    $1200 5
In 1995 a Pen/Faulkner Award fell upon David Guterson for his "Snow Falling on" these
    $1200 18
This plant seen here takes its name from its resemblance to a part of a musical instrument
    $1200 14
You'd expect to find Jacques Cousteau riding on this moon of Saturn
    $1200 10
Losing its "X" this heat-resistant glassware becomes a funeral conflagration
    $1600 24
The Brunonian, which debuted in 1829, was a literary periodical published by this university
    $1600 6
The list of Booker Prize winners includes Thomas Keneally for this in 1982
    DD: $2,000 19
The official flag of this U.S. state bears an olive branch & a peace pipe
    $1600 15
After Phoebe was discovered in 1898, the next one was found in 1966 & named for this 2-faced god
    $1600 11
Without its "X" this state of constant change gets sick
    $2000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Providence, Rhode Island.) I'm wielding the sword of this "colorful" Rhode Island general, one of the greatest leaders of the Revolutionary War
    $2000 27
With the aid of a magical walking stick, frail & lame Dr. Donald Blake is transformed into this Teutonic superhero
    $2000 7
Since 1949, 1 of the 3 Roberts to win the Bollingen Prize in Poetry from Yale
    $2000 20
The image of a pipe entitled "This is Not a Pipe" was done by this surrealist
    $2000 16
Dione was discovered by this astronomer in 1684; mind the gap, please
    $2000 12
If you reach this pinnacle & lose an "X" you become a primate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Chuck Stacie
$2,400 $5,200 $6,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In honor of the 400th anniv. of his birth, in 1964 he became the first English commoner to appear on a British stamp

Final scores:

Sarah Chuck Stacie
$2,400 $10,400 $5,600
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $10,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sarah Chuck Stacie
$3,400 $5,200 $9,600
14 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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Game tape date: 2003-08-20
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