Show #4838 - Wednesday, September 28, 2005


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Tom Streit, a real estate lawyer from Jupiter, Florida

Jeanie Kyle, a student originally from Conway, Arkansas

Andy Rosenberg, a sales manager from Morristown, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
In the 1949 film "Sands of Iwo Jima", he played the implacable Marine sergeant John M. Stryker
    $200 16
"Just the facts..." You need more?! OK, this show aired in prime time on 3 different days but never on Fridays
    $200 21
Completes the title of an Earth, Wind & Fire hit song "Serpentine..."
    $200 11
Rock on! All diamonds consist primarily of this element
    $200 1
In Jamestown, North Dakota, you can see what is claimed to be the world's largest statue of this animal
    $200 6
More than 345 million individuals each month hit this website
    $400 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew visits a training course at Parris Island, SC.) In 1976 with women in the Corps, the Marines phased out "We're looking for a few good men" & went to this recruiting slogan
    $400 17
Gary Sinise dusts for DNA as Det. Mac Taylor on this Gotham-based whodunit
    $400 22
As in aardvark or aardwolf, aarde means this in Afrikaans
    $400 12
The U.S. refused to sell this gas to the Zeppelin Aircraft Company, which used the more flammable hydrogen instead
    $400 2
All 134' of this object in Baker, Ca. represents the record 134° heat once recorded in nearby Death Valley
    $400 7
A skullcap worn during prayer by Jewish men
    $600 28
The Marine Corps was officially founded on Nov. 10 of this year the American Revolution started
    $600 18
Sherry Stringfield practiced law on this "colorful" ABC cop show before getting her medical degree on "ER"
    $600 23
The one with a heteronym
    $600 13
It's the university city in which the element californium was discovered
    $600 3
On Broad Street in Columbus, Ohio, yell out "Where's the beef?" as you check out the first restaurant in this large chain
    $600 8
3-word nonsense term meaning "& so on" once featured in a popular sitcom
    $800 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew visits a training course at Parris Island, SC.) 10 weeks into training, recruits undergo this endurance test, hauling 54 lbs. of gear; it's named for a metal melting vessel
    $800 19
Sgt. Esterhaus led roll call on this '80s drama & hey! Let's be careful out there
    $800 24
Shoe with what's termed a "negative heel"
    DD: $1,000 14
Any old salt could tell you they're the 2 most abundant elements dissolved in seawater
    $800 4
In the city park in Reading, Pa., take a gander at the anchor of this ship sunk in 1898 by a mysterious explosion
    $800 9
"Barbaric" often precedes this word derived from Middle English meaning "harsh cry"
    $1000 30
This "Chesty" guy who received 5 Navy crosses was one of the most decorated U.S. Marines in history
    $1000 20
After writing for "My Two Dads", Shawn Ryan did a serious 180 & created this Michael Chiklis cop show
    $1000 25
Boreas was a Greek god of this
    $1000 15
1 of the 3 naturally occurring magnetic elements
    $1000 5
The center named for this man in Huntington, Ind. contains the vice pres. museum that may leave you spellbound
    $1000 10
Slang word for a convict, or a Charlie Parker nickname

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

Andy Jeanie Tom
$1,600 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Jeanie Tom
$7,000 $1,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the name of a river, and you tell us into which body of water it flows.)
(Alex: And we're going to need--for some of the responses in that category, we are going to need first names.)
    $400 21
Wang Hongwen, Zhang Chunqiao, Yau Wen-Yuan & Jiang Qing, Mao's wife, were known by this collective name
    $400 26
Ganges River:
This bay
    $400 16
16 letters:
The thickening & loss of elasticity in the walls of an artery
    $400 6
This national theatre of Ireland celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004
    $400 11
Missed the last TD? Don't worry, this innovation premiered in the 1963 Army-Navy game & has been here ever since
    $400 1
Born Nov. 25, 1981, they are the granddaughters of a president
    $800 22
In 868 this dynasty produced the world's first block-printed book, but not the drink favored by astronauts
    $800 27
Dnieper River:
This sea
    $800 17
16 letters:
What the "I" stands for in HIV
    DD: $1,200 7
It's believed that Nicomaco, a character in this famous Florentine's 1525 play "Clizia", is a self-portrait
    $800 12
All right, we admit it, one reason we watch football on TV is to get a glimpse of this group seen here
    $800 2
Fraternal twins of the "Star Wars" saga
    $1200 23
On July 22, 1999 the government banned this religious sect after it staged unauthorized demonstrations
    $1200 28
Loire River:
This bay
    $1200 18
18 letters:
The Roman Catholic doctrine of bread & wine changing into the body & blood of Christ
    $1200 8
The audience for this Russian's play "A Month in the Country" should always include some "Fathers and Sons"
    $1200 13
Before his career as a popular TV commentator, John Madden prowled the sidelines as this team's head coach
    $1200 3
This playwright & his wife had 3 children, including the twins Judith & Hamnet
    $1600 24
A physician educated in the U.S., he led the movement to overthrow the Manchu Dynasty in 1911
    $1600 29
Alabama River:
This bay, y'all
    $1600 19
13 letters:
A noun meaning a side-by-side placement, especially for comparison or contrast
    $1600 9
His 2004 play "Exits and Entrances" made its entrance onto the world stage in L.A., not in his native South Africa
    $1600 14
In a harrowing piece of live TV, Lawrence Taylor broke this quarterback's leg on "Monday Night Football"
    $1600 4
American Olympic skiing stars born May 10, 1957
    $2000 25
In 1816 Lord Amherst, British envoy to China, was not received because he wouldn't perform this ritual
    $2000 30
Uruguay River:
This estuary
    DD: $3,000 20
13 letters:
A journey by foot, not falcon
    $2000 10
He's the Belgian playwright who gave us the bird--"The Blue Bird"
    $2000 15
Millions were outraged in 1968 when a game was preempted with a minute to go by a TV movie about this girl
    $2000 5
Guinness Book of Records creators born Aug. 12, 1925

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Jeanie Tom
$16,800 $600 $5,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
On May 18, 1980 its height was reduced from 9,677 feet to 8,364 feet

Final scores:

Andy Jeanie Tom
$15,800 $1,198 $7,200
2-day champion: $28,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Jeanie Tom
$19,800 $1,600 $5,200
27 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $26,600

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Game tape date: 2005-07-26
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