Show #4844 - Thursday, October 6, 2005

Jason Richards game 4.


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Brendan Beier, a graduate student originally from Pleasantville, New York

Helen Kaluzny, a freelance broadcast journalist from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine (whose 3-day cash winnings total $78,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
His NYC holdings alone have included the Plaza Hotel, a "World Tower" & 40 Wall Street
    $200 21
...with this energy source that can be lignite, bituminous or anthracite
    $200 10
In 2005 her "Alias" changed to Mrs. Ben Affleck
    $200 27
The Cathedral of this saint, aptly located in Montana's state capital, is modeled on a church in Vienna
    $200 9
Not exactly "Man of the Year", Al Capone appeared controversially on a 1930 cover of this magazine founded in 1923
    $200 1
You'll find this legendary object in a castle wall near Cork, Ireland & by the way, you're so suave & good-looking
    $400 7
In the '30s he used some of his fortune to finance movies like "Hell's Angels" &, yes, "Scarface"
    $400 22
...with this energy source using roof shingles with PV cells made of amorphous silicon
    $400 11
On her divorce from her "Eyes Wide Shut" co-star, she quipped, "Well, I can wear heels now"
    $400 30
The civic center of this "Cataract City" opened in 1940 with "Aida"
    $400 17
This event orchestrated by Capone took place at a garage at 2122 N. Clark St.
    $400 2
It could be said a missing mob snitch "would always be" this object uniting 2 masonry walls "in the organization"
    $600 8
No doubt he had a comfortable retirement after selling his steel company in 1901 for $250 million
    $600 23
...with this energy source using darrieus or savonius turbine types
    $600 12
This Emmy winner once had a tattoo that read "Property of Tom Arnold"
    $600 26
It's the name of Montana's most populous county, a nearby national park & a Billings art museum in a former jail
    $600 18
Attributed to Capone: "You can go a long way with a smile. You can go a lot farther with a smile &" this
    $600 3
Another term for sulfur
    DD: $1,500 15
After her first husband, a senator, died in a 1991 plane crash, she inherited an estimated $500 million
    $800 24
...with this energy source, a colorless hydrocarbon consisting primarily of methane & ethane
    $800 13
Her voice was Lola, a fish in "Shark Tale", but some wondered if her life was the Pitts in 2005
    $800 29
A Butte mansion has some of William Clark's art collection, but the good stuff went to this city's Corcoran gallery
    $800 19
On Oct. 17, 1931 Capone got 11 years & $80,000 in fines & court costs for this crime
    $800 4
After his May 10, 1863, death, his boss wrote, "I know not how to replace him"
    $1000 16
He hit the jackpot when he built the Mirage & Bellagio hotels on the Las Vegas Strip
    $1000 25
...with this kind of energy from the light-water, high-temperature gas-cooled, liquid metal or candu types
    $1000 14
Marriage to a star made this Kansas-born actress Shirley MacLaine's sister-in-law
    $1000 28
This city, home to the University of Montana, is the "Gateway to the Cultural Corridors of Western Montana"
    $1000 20
Capone's home from August 1934 through November 1939
    $1000 5
The August 1799 discovery of this by members of Napoleon's army translated into a major historical find

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

Jason Helen Brendan
$4,100 $2,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Helen Brendan
$4,100 $4,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
The Shaw Festival runs from April through Nov. in the picturesque town of Niagara-on-the-Lake in this Canadian province
    $400 7
Larry Mullen, Jr.,
Adam Clayton,
The Edge,
    $400 2
(Jon of the Clue Crew shows a map on a screen.) At Hastings, the Normans literally had an uphill battle to reach & defeat this king who held the high ground
    $400 17
You'll find this man's presidential library at the University of Texas in Austin
    $400 1
A sample of the explosive work of this innovative American is seen here
    $400 12
I'd like to thank my mother, my agent & my director for this word used for "O" in the radio alphabet
    $800 23
The Shaw's landmark version of this Orwellian epic encompassed the whole town & even featured flying helicopters
    $800 8
Nick Rhodes,
Andy, John & Roger Taylor,
Simon Le Bon
    $800 3
In this WWII Russian battle, troops were ordered, "Not a step back" by the man for whom the city was named
    $800 18
An attempt on this man's life was part of the Lincoln assassination plot
    $800 27
His 1960s works include "I Know How You Must Feel, Brad!" & "As I Opened Fire..."
    $800 13
From Japanese words meaning "fold paper", it's the Japanese leisure activity of folding paper into various shapes
    $1200 24
In 2005 audiences were on "The Razor's Edge" of their seats watching "The Constant Wife" by this author
    $1200 9
John Paul Jones,
John Bonham,
Jimmy Page,
Robert Plant
    DD: $3,500 4
(Jon of the Clue Crew shows a map on a monitor.) A landing by Australian & New Zealand forces was driven back by future Turkish leader Ataturk in this WWI battle
    $1200 19
Pietro Mennea's record of 19.72 seconds in the 200-m. dash stood from 1979 until this American broke it in 1996
    DD: $4,000 28
Also the title of a 2003 film, it's the famous work from around 1665 seen here
    $1200 14
It's the national airline of Greece & no, it doesn't fly only once every 4 years
    $1600 25
Dana Donnelly found salvation--the Salvation Army, that is--in the title role of this "Major" Shaw play in 2005
    $1600 10
Peter Buck,
Mike Mills,
Bill Berry,
Michael Stipe
    $1600 5
The Charge of the Light Brigade at this 1854 battle may have been due to the hubris of cavalryman Louis Nolan
    $1600 20
In 1908 he became the first black heavyweight boxing champ when he KO'd Tommy Burns
    $1600 29
This Dutchman's peculiar point-of-view played out in works like the one seen here
    $1600 15
Named for an astronomer, it's a huge "cloud" of comets existing at the edge of the solar system
    $2000 26
The 2005 season saw the return of "Happy End", with songs by Kurt Weill & this "Mother Courage" funmeister
    $2000 11
Phil Collen,
Rick Allen,
Rick Savage,
Joe Elliott
    $2000 6
(Jon shows a map on a monitor.) In 1879 at Isandlwana, a maneuver called "Horns of the Beast" allowed this African group to get close enough to overrun the British
    $2000 21
This founder & publisher of Ebony received a 1996 Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $2000 30
Like so many of his paintings, his "Son of Man" features a man in a bowler hat
    $2000 16
Named for the top Norse god, this important port is Denmark's third-largest city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Helen Brendan
$30,400 $2,800 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1889 a daily New York news summary called the "Customers' Afternoon Letter" became this publication

Final scores:

Jason Helen Brendan
$20,400 $5,599 $5,600
4-day champion: $99,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jason Helen Brendan
$24,600 $2,800 $7,400
30 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
9 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2005-07-27
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