Show #4827 - Tuesday, September 13, 2005

David Madden game 16.


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Matthew Luter, a graduate student originally from Laurel, Mississippi

Jennifer Buermann, a construction manager from Jersey City, New Jersey

David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey (whose 15-day cash winnings total $354,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
This country occupies all of the peninsula known as Asia Minor
    $200 21
Jason Robards played this Washington Post editor in "All the President's Men"
    $200 22
This fruit that's named for a bird looks like a brown egg that's covered with fuzz
    $200 30
In February 1998 the World Wide Web Consortium gave its imprimatur to this text format
    $200 29
This TV shrink's toughest case was the unbelievably neurotic Elliott Carlin
    $200 28
Appointed in 1994, this justice from Massachusetts was the last to join the court in the 20th century
    $400 4
This Sicilian volcano's height varies between major eruptions; in some instances by several hundred feet
    $400 23
This son of a "60 Minutes" correspondent was at ABC News for 15 years before joining Fox News in 2003
    $400 26
A sweet cherry is named for this Washington State landmark
    $400 19
The horizontal number line in a Cartesian plane coordinate system
    $400 12
"Lord knows I can't change", says this Lynyrd Skynyrd anthem often requested at rock shows
    $400 27
This "colorful" justice appointed in 1937 was an ardent New Deal supporter
    $600 3
The name of this North African city means "three cities" & refers to the ancient cities of Oea, Sabrata & Leptis Major
    $600 18
"A Mighty Heart" is a 2003 biography of this slain Wall Street Journal reporter by his widow, Mariane
    $600 25
It's the most important fruit export of Costa Rica & Honduras
    $600 8
Before testing the Enterprise & flying on the STS-2 shuttle mission, Joe Engle piloted this craft into space 3 times
    $600 11
The Shmoos in this Al Capp comic strip could be made into food, clothing or anything else you liked
    $600 17
Though appointed by Nixon in 1969, this chief justice ruled that Nixon had no absolute right to privacy while in office
    $800 2
The largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, it's known as the "Pearl of the Mediterranean"
    $800 9
This Pulitzer winner gained fame reporting on My Lai & has written on Iraq for The New Yorker
    DD: $1,200 20
The name of this Pacific island fruit of the genus Artocarpus implies that it's starchy
    $800 6
This "Great" Persian King ruled from approximately 486-465 B.C.
    $800 13
On radio this Hammett hero ended each episode's case summary to Effie with "Period. End of report"
    $800 14
Justice Harlan was named for this earlier justice & served nearly as long, 1877-1911
    $1000 1
This southern Greek peninsula was once called Morea, or "mulberry", for its mulberry-leaf shape
    $1000 10
Michael Kinsley is the founding editor of this "rocking" online publication
    $1000 24
This Japanese apple was created in part from the Ralls Janet, an antique apple that dates back to Thomas Jefferson
    $1000 7
Bellamy, Hauteval & Hottinguer were the real last names of the men involved in this late 1790s U.S. diplomatic "affair"
    $1000 16
He's the 3 named character actor seen here in a 1930s film classic

"Well, congratulations on your engagement, Miss Seton. You're not getting very much, but I'm sure you can improve him."
    $1000 15
In 1919 he stated the concept of "clear & present danger" as the only basis for limiting free speech

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

David Jennifer Matthew
$6,800 $600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Jennifer Matthew
$9,000 $1,000 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Ashley Wilkes says of him, "Arrogant devil, isn't he? He looks like one of the Borgias"
    $400 10
Part of a house that comes before "community" in a term for a commuter suburb
    $400 15
The integral symbol seen here, created by Leibniz, is a stylized "S" standing for this word
    $400 12
India's prime minister is the leader of a parliamentary system modeled after that of this country
    $400 17
It's quite logical that this branch of knowledge is from the Greek for "lover of knowledge"
    $800 3
This 1897 title character crawls down the wall of his castle face down, with his cloak spreading out like wings
    $800 2
The chemistry (& torture) between Mel & Gary Busey's henchman was electric in this 1987 megahit
    $800 13
Dan Bern sings, "It's" this type of town, "like Hershey, Pennsylvania... like Akron, Ohio"
    $800 16
Instead of a decimal point, the French use this common punctuation mark
    $800 11
The prime minister's official residence is found at No. 7 Race Course Road in this city
    $800 26
Aptly enough, this word for a sports participant is from the Greek for "one who contends for a prize"
    DD: $5,400 4
The heroine of this 1722 novel is born in Newgate Prison, where her mother is incarcerated
    $1200 21
Mad Mel's lashed to a pack animal & sent into the desert after a battle in this 1985 title structure
    $1200 14
If the roads are bad near this type of small South African village, traffic might slow to one of these
    $1200 18
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue standing at a chalkboard.) When you've used parentheses & brackets, it's time for these
    $1200 8
This third-generation Indian prime minister was once called "Mr. Clean" for his fight against corruption
    $1200 29
I exclaimed this when I found this Greek word for "I've found it" in the dictionary
    $1600 5
In Chapter 1 of a Theodore Dreiser novel, this naive 18-year-old heroine meets--uh-oh!--a traveling salesman
    $1600 22
Capt. Picard, no! Patrick Stewart water-tortures Mel in this 1997 pic, though without use of a grassy knoll
    $1600 25
Anatevka in "Fiddler on the Roof" is this, a Yiddish word for a small Jewish village
    $1600 19
An arrow with a dot at the non-pointed end indicates this, also a male first name
    $1600 6
The first non-Hindu Prime Minister of India, current PM Manmohan Singh, is a member of this faith
    $1600 23
From the Greek "kuanos", meaning dark blue, it's a color used in printing & photography
    $2000 9
Eustacia Vye's wild passion for Damon Wildeve leads to tragedy in this Thomas Hardy novel
    $2000 28
"Revenge" isn't quite the right word for this '99 pic where, when it comes to Mel's torture, let's say "The toes knows"
    $2000 27
Frenchman's Bend is this title type of town in a 1940 William Faulkner work
    $2000 20
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew delivers the clue standing at a chalkboard.) This "extreme" symbol indicates a square root; when used with a raised 3, a cube root
    DD: $3,800 7
While in prison in the 1920s, he wrote "Glimpses of World History", a series of letters to his daughter
    $2000 24
Omigod! One of the top names for girls in the 1980s, it's from the Greek Theophania, "manifestation of God"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Jennifer Matthew
$22,000 $1,400 $10,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Number of Canadian provinces that border the Great Lakes

Final scores:

David Jennifer Matthew
$23,999 $0 $3,000
16-day champion: $378,700 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Jennifer Matthew
$19,800 $1,400 $15,400
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
6 R,
1 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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Game tape date: 2005-07-20
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