Show #4831 - Monday, September 19, 2005

David Madden game 20. Victoria Groce ends David's streak.

Kelly Miyahara of the Clue Crew introduces herself during the closing credits.


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Victoria Groce, a musician originally from Decatur, Georgia

Steve Kaltenbaugh, a sailor originally from Columbia, Maryland

David Madden, a student originally from Ridgewood, New Jersey (whose 19-day cash winnings total $430,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to pick the one that's an actual type of dog in...)
    $200 12
As of July 17, 2005 this Dan Brown novel had spent 120 weeks on the N.Y. Times' list
    $200 28
His original lyrics to "This Land Is Your Land" mention the relief office & people who stood hungry
    $200 16
This World War II radio propagandist was born on the Fourth of July, 1916
    $200 7
In 1966 this French president pulled France out of NATO's integrated military structure
    $200 15
The saluki,
the Sanhedrin,
the Salmineo
    $200 30
It's a folded & grilled flour tortilla filled with cheese & often chicken; es muy buena!
    $400 13
Appropriately, "A Salty Piece of Land" was penned by this "Margaritaville" singer
    $400 27
In 1963 this trio breezed to No. 2 with "Blowin' In The Wind"
    $400 17
Alliterative woman described in song here by Nat King Cole

"Wild and wind-blown /
That's how you've grown"
    $400 8
This French emperor's own "Waterloo" came against the Germans in 1870
    $400 20
The Ridgeway,
the Ridgeback,
the Ridgebone
    $400 29
10-letter term for feeling stiff from horseback riding
    DD: $2,200 14
The CIA arranges a presidential pardon for mover & shaker Joel Backman in this John Grisham tale
    $600 6
In 1997 he won a Grammy for his first new album in over a decade, simply titled "Pete"
    $600 18
In 1956 Aussie Murray Rose became the 1st male swimmer to win 2 solo Olympic golds since this man in 1924
    $600 10
In French, this French monk of the Middle Ages is known as Pierre l'Ermite
    $600 21
The Dandie Dinmont,
the Dandie Dinkum,
the Dandie Doodahday
    $600 3
We see this Southern California ctiy, originally named Indiana Colony, through rose-colored glasses
    $800 25
The doctor was in, or rather on, the list with his environmentally themed "State of Fear"
    $800 4
In 1958 this group heard here reigned at No. 1

"...well /
Hang down your head, Tom Dooley /
Hang down your head..."
    $800 19
In this Umberto Eco novel, William of Baskerville solves a murder like a medieval Sherlock Holmes
    $800 9
"The Moon and Sixpence" was Somerset Maugham's roman a clef based on the life of this French artist
    $800 22
    $800 1
Any war carried out under papal sanction
    $1000 26
This Tom Wolfe novel got the Presidential seal of approval when W. recommended it to friends
    $1000 5
After she sang the anthem "We Shall Overcome" at a 1963 march, her version of it hit the charts
    $1000 24
The 2 British royal houses of the Wars of the Roses
    $1000 11
This 19th century French politician & writer gave his name to a style of steak
    $1000 23
Redfoot Coonhound,
Greenhead Coonhound,
Bluetick Coonhound
    $1000 2
His rule of Syria included the 1982 killing of perhaps 20,000 in the city of Hamah

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

David Steve Victoria
$2,200 -$200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Steve Victoria
$3,400 $2,000 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

"Y"s UP!
TIME's TOP 100
(Alex: The magazine's 100 Most Influential People is what we're dealing with.)
    $400 29
In the 1700s Rosalba Carriera, whose work is seen here, was the first to popularize these pigment sticks
    $400 1
Lactobacillus bulgaricus & Streptococcus thermophilus are the usual bacteria that culture this food
    $400 6
The title of the article Donald Trump penned on her was "The Domestic Diva Is Back"
    $400 20
"Sonnets from the Portuguese" was so named because "Portuguese" was this man's nickname for its author
    $400 14
In 1484 he tried to get King John II of Portugal to finance his transoceanic trip
    $800 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew makes some cartoon trees grow.) By enlarging the nearest part of the image, this technique adds the illusion of depth
    $800 27
3 strangers are united by tragedy in "___ Grams"
    $800 2
They're the two complementary cosmic forces represented here
    $800 7
The World Health Org. says his & his wife's foundation has "already saved the lives of 670,000 children"
    DD: $7,800 19
"When I consider how my light is spent" begins this sonnet about his loss of sight
    $800 13
In 1763 Portugal's South American colonies were unified with the capital set in this city
    $1200 25
Encaustic painting, used since ancient times, applies this animal product to a rigid surface & fixes it with heat
    $1200 26
A Hitchcock thriller:
"The ___ Steps"
    $1200 3
The Rockefeller Foundation scientists who developed a vaccine for this "colorful" disease often caught it
    DD: $2,500 8
The article on economist Jeffrey Sachs was by this Dubliner who worked with Sachs on world debt relief
    $1200 15
This Romantic began his "England in 1819", "An old, mad, blind, despised and dying king"
    $1200 12
The name of Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point of this continent, is Portuguese for "needles"
    $1600 23
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows off a blank canvas.) This step in prepping a canvas doesn't mean measuring; it means adding a layer of glue so the paint doesn't sink in & lose its color
    $1600 24
Inspired by the director's own early life:
"The ___ Blows"
    $1600 4
In Judaism the holiest of all days is this day of atonement
    $1600 9
The headline of this man's article was "Dear Leader Goes Nuclear"
    $1600 16
The "Canzoniere" by this Tuscan contained over 300 sonnets to an idealized beloved he had never met
    $1600 11
Before 1974 this country with a hyphenated name was known as Portuguese Guinea
    $2000 21
(Kelly of the Clue Crew fiddles with some classical whiskers.) This term for deliberately blurring an area, as Titian did here, sounds like a combination of "scramble" & "jumble"
    $2000 22
Set on New Year's Eve:
"___ Cigarettes"
    $2000 5
For many years, Aden, this country's second-largest city, was a British Crown Colony
    $2000 10
After he defeated Alan Keyes for an Illinois senate seat, Time asked if he was "The future of the Democratic Party?"
    $2000 18
Perhaps the most distinguished 20th century sonneteer was this German poet in works like "Sonnets to Orpheus"
    $2000 17
1494's Treaty of Tordesillas aimed to settle a dispute between Portugal & this nation over New World territories

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Steve Victoria
$7,400 $11,300 $13,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1950 Pius XII was Pontifex Maximus; exactly 2,000 years earlier, this man held a title of the same name

Final scores:

David Steve Victoria
$13,300 $7,799 $22,801
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,801

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Steve Victoria
$7,400 $10,000 $8,400
11 R,
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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Game tape date: 2005-07-21
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