Show #4842 - Tuesday, October 4, 2005

Jason Richards game 2.


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Thaddeus Grimes-Gruczka, a medical communications consultant from New York, New York

Susan Daniels, a software engineer from Bristol, Rhode Island

Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine (whose 1-day cash winnings total $32,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
In 1978 their duet "You're The One That I Want" replaced another duet by Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams at No. 1
    $200 1
A popular brand of orange juice
    $200 22
Abe gained the respect of local ruffians when he held his own against one of the Clary's Grove boys in this sport
    $200 9
This warehouse club has over 43 million members, some of them Gold Star, lugging home the big jars of mayo
    $200 2
We don't see what was so good about this 2-word term for the worldwide 1930s economic disaster
    $400 16
Her "Control" album produced 5 Top 5 singles, each in a different spot; "When I Think Of You" hit No. 1
    $400 5
A 3.5-million-square-mile land area between the Atlantic Ocean & the Red Sea
    $400 18
Among the books read by Lincoln as a youngster were "Robinson Crusoe", "Aesop's Fables", & Mason Weems' "Life of" this man
    $400 10
This co. agreed in 1993 to lease the New Amsterdam Theatre, & the old Times Square of degradation & filth was history
    $400 3
Both pleasant & painful, as in a memory
    $600 28
"Refugees Row" this entire island "to Miami"
    $600 15
In 1977 this "sleepy" song became Fleetwood Mac's only No. 1 hit
    $600 6
A weapon removed from a stone
    $600 19
On October 5, 1818 this mother of Lincoln & 2 of her relatives died of milk sickness
    $600 11
This chain with a month as its name has acquired stores like Kaufmann's in Pittsburgh & Robinson's in L.A.
    $600 24
Alliterative two-word term for action by one's own forces causing casualties to one's own troops
    $800 27
Boston rejoices as this team "Lose(s) In 50th Straight Pennant Race; Fans Blame 'Curse of Jeter'"
    $800 17
Madonna's "This Used To Be My Playground" was sung over the closing credits of this 1992 film
    $800 7
Stevenson's rousing tale from 1881
    $800 20
While serving in the Illinois legislature, Abe switched to this party of his political idol Henry Clay
    $800 13
Orange & Rockland Utilities is a subsidiary of this company named for an inventor
    $800 4
2-word term for something supposedly confidential but actually known quite generally
    $1000 26
This country "Bombed Back into the Renaissance"
    $1000 21
In 1991 this heartthrob took Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman" back to the top spot
    $1000 8
A market town of Upper Egypt built on the ruins of Thebes
    DD: $1,000 23
During his 80 days of military service in 1832, Abe attempted without success to track down this Sauk & Fox Indian chief
    $1000 12
In 1959 Richard De Vos & Jay Van Andel founded this company that now has 3 million independent distributors
    $1000 25
This computer language gets oxymoronic when it follows "Advanced"

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

Jason Susan Thaddeus
$4,400 $1,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Susan Thaddeus
$8,000 $400 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 8
Jessica Tandy finds a farmer dead, his eyes gouged out, in this 1963 thriller
    $400 22
Chad's colonial overlord until independence in 1960
    $400 1
It can mean to burn slightly, or to burn the ends of hair or cloth
    $400 12
This late author's representatives sued over "The Cat Not in the Hat", a rhyming account of the O.J. Simpson trial
    $400 27
As its name suggests, the tipp toe approach procedure at SFO is meant to minimize this
    $800 9
Hitchcock made this film in 1934 & then remade it in 1956 with Doris Day & Jimmy Stewart
    $800 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows some animal tracks displayed on a monitor.) Though its tail sometimes drags over its trail, this animal, Castor canadensis, can be identified by its webbed hind foot
    $800 20
In the 11th century the kings of Chad converted to this faith
    $800 7
For more than 200 years, the annual Baltic Herring Market & Fair has been a big to-do in this world capital
    $800 13
"Molvania: A Land Untouched by Modern Dentistry" is a satirical type of this guide
    $800 26
Runways are numbered by compass degrees without the last digit, so this is the highest number used
    $1200 10
Cary Grant admires Grace Kelly's big diamonds in this 1955 caper
    $1200 17
Refugees from the neighboring Darfur region of this country have fled into eastern Chad
    $1200 2
Carson Sink & the Great Salt Lake lie in the drainage area known as the Great this
    $1200 14
"The Ninety-Nine Guardsmen", one of Bret Harte's "condensed novels", parodies this French tale
    $1200 25
You land, not anchor, at this Phoenix airport, named by a board member from Scenic Airways
    $1600 6
Cary Grant & Ingrid Bergman fall in love & ferret out Nazis in Brazil in this classic
    $1600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew displays some animal tracks on a monitor.) The overlapping track of this animal, also known as the bay lynx, is similar to that of the Siamese but bigger & deeper
    $1600 18
It's the country directly north of Chad
    $1600 3
Of Welsh extraction, Frank Lloyd Wright named his homes & fellowship after this early Welsh poet
    DD: $4,000 15
Rafreaky the baboon & a 30-year-old Annie have appeared in this NYC theater spoof that debuted in 1982
    $1600 24
A beach on this half-Dutch island offers close-up views of planes landing at Princess Juliana Airport
    $2000 11
John Dall & Farley Granger strangle a college friend just for thrills in this, Hitch's first color film
    $2000 23
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows some animal tracks on a monitor.) Deer usually leave a simple, 2-toed track, but if they run in snow, you can see the imprint of these vestigial claws
    $2000 19
The capital & largest city
    DD: $3,000 4
As well as discovering a famous gap in Saturn's rings, he also discovered 4 of Saturn's moons
    $2000 16
"Go for Barocco" is a take-off of Balanchine by this hairy, all-male ballet troupe
    $2000 5
The ILS, short for this, was first installed at Indianapolis in 1940

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Susan Thaddeus
$19,600 $2,800 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Ironically, this 1953 science fiction book began appearing in a censored version in 1967

Final scores:

Jason Susan Thaddeus
$23,600 $0 $8,600
2-day champion: $55,700 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Susan Thaddeus
$17,200 $3,800 $7,400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,400

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Game tape date: 2005-07-27
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