Show #4855 - Friday, October 21, 2005


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Amanda Traphagan, a law student from Austin, Texas

Paulette Beete, a writer from Takoma Park, Maryland

Steve O'Connor, a communications consultant from Naperville, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $33,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
    $200 6
This 1967 hit begins,
"Love love love.
Love love love.
Love love love"
    $200 26
She graduated from Stanford & was impersonated by Julia Sweeney on "Saturday Night Live"
    $200 12
Of king, queen or jack, the one that's a 6-pronged metal object
    $200 1
This artery branches off into the coronary arteries, which supply the heart with blood
    $200 19
Some sources say policemen were informally called this because of what their badges were made from
    $400 15
    $400 7
"I saw a film today, oh boy,
The English Army had just won the war"
    DD: $1,000 27
They were kids when she met her future husband at Ike's inauguration
    $400 13
Of lock, stock or barrel, the one that's the handle of a whip
    $400 2
The city of Hopewell in eastern Virginia is bounded by the James & this "Court House" river
    $400 20
1st used in police work by Berkeley, Ca.'s chief August Vollmer in the 1920s, this tool measures pulse, B.P. & respiration
    $600 16
    $600 8
"Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out,
They leave the West behind"
    $600 28
A Columbia Law School graduate, she married museum designer Edwin Schlossberg in 1986
    $600 14
Of punt, pass, or kick, the one that's the former currency of Ireland
    $600 3
Give him a beer! This patriot became tax collector of Boston in 1756
    $600 23
Booking a suspect means entering his or her information into the daily record called the "police" this
    $800 17
1967-1972 &
    $800 9
"Let me tell you how it will be,
There's one for you, 19 for me,
'Cos I'm" this guy,
"Yeah I'm" this guy
    $800 29
The press dubbed her "Watusi Luci" because she loved to dance the watusi (also the frug & the monkey)
    $800 21
Of Peter, Paul, or Mary, the one who converted Lydia in the Bible
    $800 4
This mid-Atlantic island group was uninhabited when discovered by Diego de Senil of Portugal around 1427
    $800 24
Police now use speed guns with this technology first constructed by Theodore Maiman using a ruby rod
    $1000 18
The Soviet Union
    $1000 10
"Expert texpert choking smokers
Don't you think the joker laughs at you?"
    $1000 30
Known as "Princess Alice", she married a congressman who became Speaker of the House in the 1920s
    $1000 22
Of Leonardo, Michelangelo or Tintoretto, the artist who was not in Florence in 1504
    $1000 5
The Liberty Bell was hidden in this Pennsylvania "town" in 1777
    $1000 25
The bulletproof shields used by police depts. are called this type of shield, from the Greek for "to throw"

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

Steve Paulette Amanda
$0 $400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Paulette Amanda
$2,000 $2,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
"All persons held as slaves within any state... shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free"
    $400 17
The name of this hat worn by Packer fans was originally a term of derision
    $400 21
Oct. 21, 2005 is the natl. day for this; done every 1-2 years starting at 40, it can reduce risk of breast cancer death
    $400 6
The stripes are for the 11 signers of its declaration of independence; the star means it's a Western-style African state
    $400 1
A Native American infant
    $400 12
Of marital woes that led to a 1996 royal divorce, a biography said his "gaiety of spirit" was "stifled by melancholy"
    $800 8
"We whose names are underwritten... combine ourselves together into a civil body politick"
    $800 27
Hyphenated term for a tournament pairing, say, Phil Mickelson with, say, 15-handicapper Richie Tycoon
    $800 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew, at the Smithsonian Institution, holds up a small needle.) By dispensing just enough vaccine, the bifurcated needle is the only medical instrument to eradicate a disease, this one eliminated in 1979
    $800 13
The stripes are the Union Jack; the stars form the Southern Cross
    $800 2
Once used at sea, it's a spearlike weapon with a barbed head
    $800 14
About his blues he wrote, "I traveled to the moon, but the most significant voyage... began when I returned"
    DD: $3,200 9
"No. 2: Absolute freedom of navigation upon the seas, outside territorial waters"
    $1200 28
(Jon of the Clue Crew sports Boston ball club paraphernalia.) I'm a proud citizen of this, a phrase popularized & used in a book subtitle by sportswriter Dan Shaughnessy
    DD: $1,700 23
The first outbreak of this serious form of pneumonia occurred in Southeastern China in November 2002
    $1200 18
The red stripes & star still symbolize its commitment to communism; the blue is peace; the white is purity
    $1200 3
Unjust or dishonest conduct, it sounds like a contaminated backyard swimming hole
    $1200 15
This "Adonais" poet suffered from depression after several family tragedies
    $1600 10
"Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom and independence"
    $1600 29
In the programs of AYSO, short for this, every kid gets to play at least half of every game
    $1600 24
Joint pain & fever are results of this 3-word blood disease occurring chiefly among African Americans
    $1600 19
The star is a guide; the blue is sky; the red is the blood of patriots; the white is the Andean snow
    $1600 4
It's the 1741 publication that contains the line "Beauty, like supreme dominion, is but supported by opinion"
    $1600 16
This artist's 1909 U. of Oslo murals were done after receiving electroshock & contain no scenes of personal anguish
    $2000 11
"His Britannic Majesty acknowledges the said U.S. to be free, sovereign and independent"
    $2000 26
Basically "Chickenpox 2: With a Vengeance", this painful rash is outbreak No. 2 of the Varicella-Zoster virus
    $2000 20
The tricolor was adopted when it was part of Gran Colombia; the stars are its seven original provinces
    $2000 5
In the '50s all the best-clad girls wore bobby socks, saddle shoes & one of these "canine" creations
    $2000 25
He wrote a 1779 coronation mass though depressed over his mother's death, his failed relationship & unfulfilled goals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Paulette Amanda
$6,400 $8,800 $9,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Hanged in an 1837 novel, he so angered some Londoners that his creator toned him down in future editions

Final scores:

Steve Paulette Amanda
$0 $3,800 $5,300
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Paulette Amanda
$9,600 $8,800 $9,800
12 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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Game tape date: 2005-08-02
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