Show #4830 - Friday, September 16, 2005

David Madden game 19.


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Janet Kaufman, a homemaker from Ijamsville, Maryland

Eric Rosen, a production assistant from Los Angeles, California

David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey (whose 18-day cash winnings total $413,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
It was the big event in London September 2-5, 1666
    $200 6
Please, no mumbling when I tell you it's an abnormal sound in a person's heartbeat
    $200 24
This variety of collie is named for its origin near the region between England & Scotland
    $200 23
It wasn't the barber who took a little off the top of this English king
    $400 10
On Sept. 14, 1812 French troops occupied this capital city & found it almost deserted
    $400 28
The first VP ever to succeed a resigning president & the actor who piloted the Millennium Falcon
    $400 27
Here's your "Q": This Mesoam. god created a tornado that wiped out man, except for those he changed into monkeys
    $400 19
Using a hot sauce called harissa, Tunisians spice up this steamed semolina dish
    DD: $1,500 26
These 2 hounds whose names begin with the same letter are said by the AKC to have the keenest sense of smell
    $400 22
Once more, this Lancastrian breached his greatest success around 1415
    $600 11
In September 1988 this city hosted the Summer Olympics
    $600 25
He Tippecanoed into the White House in 1841; she won our hearts in "Lord of the Rings"
    $600 3
In Norse mythology, the Norns are 3 sisters who made one of these for every life
    $600 4
Many parts of Africa are uninhabitable due to this fly that spreads African sleeping sickness
    $600 21
This name of a popular hunting dog means "swift" in Russian
    $600 17
This English king is seen here with his Prime Minister
    $800 12
As Prime Minister of Israel, he signed the Camp David accords in September 1978
    $800 5
The "Plains" folk governor & the long-imprisoned boxer
    $800 1
This mythical king of Sparta was Agamemnon's brother & Helen of Troy's husband
    $800 8
Traitorous WWII broadcaster William Joyce was better known as Lord this
    $800 18
Nicknamed the "coach dog", it probably earned its name during the Balkan wars of 1912 & 1913 in Croatia
    $800 15
Sadly, this Tudor king didn't live to be much older than he looks in the depiction seen here
    $1000 13
In February 1991 he formed Haiti's first democratic government; in September he was ousted by a coup
    $1000 14
Reconstruction ends in the South during his term & he constructs the voice of Chef Jerome McElroy for "South Park"
    $1000 2
The son of the sun god, Cuchulain was a great hero of the myths & legends of this country
    $1000 7
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue.) Just like the word "gong", the word for this gong of Chinese origin is derived from the sound it makes
    $1000 20
Similar to but larger than a beagle, this breed shares its name with a type of hawk & a type of British jet fighter
    $1000 16
In 1714, the Brits told this king to "come on over"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

David Eric Janet
$2,200 $600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Eric Janet
$4,800 $500 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
Like a teenager or the Moon, matter may go through one of these states, such as liquid or gas
    $400 8
Things don't end well for Faye Dunaway as this 1967 title character
    $400 1
We wonder if trolls guard the Saab design center in Trollhattan in this country
    $400 13
Eggs, diced ham, green pepper & onion
    $400 19
The extract of this spice is made by percolating alcohol & water through the chopped, cured orchid beans
    $400 21
Sir Richard Burton translated this Hindu love manual into English around 1883
    $800 25
Pure water's density is approximately 1 gram per cubic centimeter, & its "specific" this is also 1
    $800 9
Glenn Close chillingly warned Michael Douglas "I'm not gonna be ignored" in this 1987 film
    $800 18
(Survivor's Jeff Probst delivers the clue from Palau.) Palau has a lake named for these gelatinous creatures which, believe me, do not taste good spread on toast
    $800 14
One of the original 11 companies listed when the New York Stock Exchange was created in 1884
    $800 22
This spice, Zingiber officinale, was used during the Middle Ages against the plague because it caused sweating
    $800 26
This former talk show host helped us all out by writing "Sex for Dummies"
    $1200 28
A machine developed by Sidney James measures slippery surfaces' COF, coefficient of this
    $1200 10
Cloris Leachman brought the fearsome Frau Blucher to life in this 1974 comedy
    DD: $4,200 3
Guys in armor must feel at home in this section of London that's home to Harrods
    $1200 4
Its capital is Perth
    $1200 23
In the 16th century the Sinhalese king in Ceylon paid the Portuguese annual tributes of 240,000 lb. of this quill spice
    $1200 15
Pauline Reage is credited as the once-anonymous author of this steamy "Story"
    $1600 29
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the science lab.) Of the three colors I have here, it's the one with the highest degree of saturation
    $1600 11
As Annie Wilkes, Kathy Bates sets podiatry back about 1,000 years in this 1990 film
    $1600 2
When in Vienna, sample some of this torte that's so famous it was the subject of a 1965 lawsuit
    $1600 5
It's directly below the Al-Aqsa mosque complex in Jerusalem
    DD: $2,600 16
Hungarian chemist Albert Szent-Gyorgyi was the first to isolate vitamin C from the pods of this spice
    $1600 7
She penned the racy bestsellers "Delta of Venus" & "Henry and June"
    $2000 12
We wash our hands of this Scotswoman, played on film by Jeanette Nolan in 1948 & on TV by Judi Dench in 1978
    $2000 17
The tallest bridge in the Caribbean is the Queen Juliana Bridge in this capital of Curacao
    $2000 6
It's the state bird of Kansas & Nebraska
    $2000 27
This spice gives American-style mustard its bright yellow color
    $2000 20
Perhaps due in part to the amoral rakishness of his advice book "The Art of Love", he was banned from ancient Rome

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Eric Janet
$24,000 $2,900 $8,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A group chaired by her produced a system that President Bush says now needs "wise and effective reform"

Final scores:

David Eric Janet
$16,500 $2,900 $6,000
19-day champion: $430,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Eric Janet
$20,000 $4,400 $8,000
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2005-07-20
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