Show #4841 - Monday, October 3, 2005

Jason Richards game 1.


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Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine

Zeb Schobernd, a marine biologist from Newport, Oregon

Elizabeth Randisi, an attorney from Webster, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...the magazine.)
    $200 9
His words "The people's heroes are immortal" are engraved on a monument in Tiananmen Square
    $200 21
In Style's first issue, in 1994, visited Barbra Streisand's pad in this wealthy California coastal community
    $200 4
In the 2005 Orange Bowl, this university's Trojans trampled the Sooners, 55-19
    $200 16
The Incas munched on charque (what we call jerky) from the dried meat of this 5-letter pack animal
    $200 26
On January 3, 1990 he surrendered to U.S. troops surrounding the Vatican Embassy
    $200 1
In the old song standard, it's the line that precedes "all the livelong day"
    $400 10
Vasco da Gama is among those depicted on this capital city's Monument to the Discoveries
    $400 22
In Style's 10th anniversary cover girl was this South African actress in gold sequins
    DD: $1,000 5
Of the Ivy League colleges, this one is alphabetically first
    $400 17
2 of the 5 different nuts in a jar of Planters Deluxe Mixed Nuts
    $400 27
Longtime congressman Manuel Lujan was appointed Secretary of the Interior by this man in 1989
    $400 2
This play is set in Tuscumbia, Alabama & at the Perkins Institute for the blind
    $600 11
Though Mumtaz died in 1631, this tomb of hers (& it was some tomb) wasn't completed until about 1643
    $600 23
In Style often features these places that feature massage & pampering, named for a town in Belgium
    $600 6
Seton Hill University is in Greensburg, Penn.; Seton Hall University is in South Orange in this state
    $600 18
In 2003 these frozen waffles let go with a 50th anniversary party
    $600 28
In this novel, Judge Miller's gardener's helper Manuel kidnaps the dog Buck & sells him to pay his gambling debts
    $600 3
2-word term for insurance required of businesses for employees injured on the job
    $800 12
(Jimmy from the clue crew reports from Parris Island, SC.) The Iwo Jima monument on Parris Island represents the famous raising of the flag on this mountain
    $800 24
The TV special "In Style Celebrity Weddings" included the nuptials of Danielle Spencer to this actor
    $800 7
Wheaton College in Illinois recently ranked No. 1 in college food, followed by this school in Brunswick, Maine
    $800 19
Though it sounds like the most terrible food, it's really just German for sausage
    $800 14
In 1962 Cesar Chavez founded the union that is today known as this
    $1000 13
Auckland's One Tree Hill is the former site of a "pa", or fortified village, of these people
    $1000 25
In Style defined this type of "fabulous" as requiring lots of jewelry & fur, as seen on Lil' Kim & Missy Elliott
    $1000 8
In 1982 Jimmy Carter established the Carter Center in partnership with this university
    $1000 20
Yum! It's removed from a fish, pressed through a screen to remove membranes, put in brine, then packed with salt in a tin
    $1000 15
One of the "New Deal" programs created for the unemployed, it was abbreviated the WPA

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

Elizabeth Zeb Jason
$600 -$1,000 $7,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Zeb Jason
$1,600 -$1,800 $12,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the initials.)
    $400 26
Strangely, Charles XIV John of this Scandinavian country had a "Death to all kings" tattoo
    $400 2
Dawson on "Dawson's Creek" idolized this man who directed "The Sugarland Express" in his mid-20s
    $400 1
Australia is home to 2 egg-laying mammals, or monotremes: the spiny anteater & this one
    $400 7
It's where you'll find the protons in an atom
    $400 12
    $400 17
George Washington's birthplace is on Pope's Creek, a small stream that flows into this
    $800 27
Emperor Menelik II of this African country once used an electric chair as his throne
    $800 3
(Hi, I'm Joel Schumacher.) Directing movies based on this author's "The Client" & "A Time to Kill" was like getting paid to go to law school
    $800 22
In 1983 the Yacht Club of Perth became the first outside the U.S. to house this trophy
    $800 8
These particles were named for Satyendra Nath Bose, who worked out their behavior in 1924
    $800 13
    $800 18
Benjamin Bunny & Squirrel Nutkin were 2 of the many characters created by this harebrained author
    $1200 28
Although officially listed, this 18th century French king was never crowned & never ruled
    $1200 4
His career includes directing "Paper Moon", writing the book "Who the Devil Made It" & acting in "The Sopranos"
    $1200 23
Australia's tallest building is the 823-foot high Rialto Towers in this former capital
    $1200 9
The 2 main forms of quantum mechanics were developed by Erwin Schrodinger & this "uncertain" German
    $1200 14
    $1200 19
In 1905 a famous mutiny took place aboard it
    $1600 29
A spider that died by falling into a a poisoned drink saved the life of this "Great" Prussian king
    DD: $3,000 5
This "Philadelphia Story" director was patriotically named for Admiral George Dewey
    $1600 24
The title of this popular song refers to wandering with a blanket roll, not a dance or a lady
    $1600 10
The mass of any 1 proton is about equal to the mass of one atom of this element
    $1600 15
    $1600 20
Also known as a powwow, it's a Native American get-together for discussion & fun
    $2000 6
This director of "Casablanca", a classic film about refugees, had himself left his homeland of Hungary
    DD: $5,500 25
Located in a national park, it's about 1 1/2 miles long & rises 1,142 feet above the desert floor
    $2000 11
In 1998 it was found that these particles that pass through everything at light speed do have mass
    $2000 16
United States
    $2000 21
1969's "The Promise" & 1990's "The Gift of Asher Lev" are sequels to 2 of this writer's earlier works

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Zeb Jason
$6,000 $1,400 $37,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He defended civil rights as a representative from Massachusetts' 11th District from 1895 to 1901

Final scores:

Elizabeth Zeb Jason
$3,000 $674 $32,100
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $32,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Elizabeth Zeb Jason
$6,000 $1,400 $31,600
8 R,
1 W
4 R,
4 W
37 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $39,000

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Game tape date: 2005-07-27
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