Show #4889 - Thursday, December 8, 2005


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LeeAundra Temescu, a communications coach originally from Troy, Michigan

Michael Salerno, a law student from New York, New York

James Quintong, a sportswriter from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In that category, each correct response will be two words. The first word will have a double "O", and the second word will drop an "O". There will only be one.)
    $200 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a New York City street.) At the heart of Midtown, you'll find this street that became a Billy Joel album title
    $200 2
On Dec. 1, 1804 this Martinique-born beauty & an emperor-to-be had their second wedding
    $200 1
Along with David Schwimmer, Lenny Kravitz, Angelina Jolie & Nicolas Cage, Pauly attended this ritzy H.S.
    $200 21
Propecia makes this company, MRK, the hair apparent
    $200 13
According to this title Shakespeare character, "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is, to have a thankless child"
    $200 16
Chimney residue, & a drunkard
    $400 12
You'll pass the New London Theatre walking from Aldwych to High Holborn along this lane
    $400 7
Zedekiah was the last king of this southern kingdom
    $400 3
Pauly once had his own TV show titled "Totally Pauly" on this youth-skewing cable TV network
    $400 24
This company, PFE, had nothing to be depressed about with Zoloft
    $400 14
It precedes "of rainy afternoons, swingy Harlem tunes, & motor trips & burning lips & burning toast & prunes"
    $400 17
A rope tied with a running knot, & a certain body part
    DD: $600 25
The Boston Common fronts on this street, also the name of a nearby hill
    $600 8
The post-Civil War laws nicknamed these enforced racial segregation in the south
    $600 4
In this film, Pauly & Sean Astin play a couple of kids who thaw out a caveman & try to use him to be cool
    $600 28
These 2 names precede "Squibb" in the name of the Excedrin maker symbolized BMY
    $600 15
One of Ronald Reagan's last official acts as president was writing a thank you note to this British leader
    $600 18
The cut in a board meant for the tongue, & a small forested area
    $800 26
Columbus, Ohio's main drag is called this, more often the British term for a city's main street
    $800 9
This beleaguered politician died July 31, 1875 in Carter County, Tennessee
    $800 5
In a 1999 TV movie Pauly brought to life this controversial 1960s comedian
    $800 29
This company, GSK, can breathe easier with Flovent HFA
    $800 22
In a newspaper editorial, Francis Church wrote, "Thank God, he lives, and he lives forever"
    $800 19
A single-masted type of ship, & food fit for swine
    $1000 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a street in Cairo, Egypt.) Cairo's main thoroughfare, it would be the perfect street on which to drive a Rolls-Royce convertible
    $1000 10
After losing the English throne, this Catholic king went to Ireland & lost the Battle of the Boyne in 1690
    $1000 6
The 2005 series "Minding the Store" showed Pauly running this club once run by his mother, Mitzi
    $1000 30
This company, AZN, can help to heal your broken heart with Crestor
    $1000 23
This British naval commander's dying words were, "Thank God, I have done my duty"
    $1000 20
Sag from weakness, then fall

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

James Michael LeeAundra
$2,200 -$400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Michael LeeAundra
$3,600 $3,000 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
Sunni Muslims believe that this man didn't choose a successor but left the decision to the community
    $400 11
This title TV critter weighed in at a "gentle" 650 pounds
    $400 6
This part of the University of Paris was founded by & named for a French theologian in 1253
    $400 8
The bark of this type of oak is used for a variety of purposes, including bottle stoppers & bulletin boards
    $400 18
A character in this Hemingway work admits, "I am too old to club sharks to death"
    $400 1
A saying or expression popularized through repeated use by a real person or character
    DD: $600 13
The first one of the 5 of these is at fajr, "dawn"; the last at isha, "evening"
    $800 14
On TV in the 1950s, young Jeff Miller was the first boy who owned this dog
    $800 7
This British university's first college was Peterhouse, founded in 1284; Trinity Hall & others followed
    $800 9
Some wicker furniture is made from the black or basket species of this family of trees, Salicacaea
    $800 19
In this Twain tale, Tom Canty is a dead ringer for the future king of England
    $800 2
To yowl or argue loudly, like a feline in heat
    $1200 15
Shahid translates as this type of person named for his manner of death & buried in the clothes he died in
    $1200 28
He's the Warner Brothers hero seen here
    $1200 23
One of this nation's largest private universities is the University of the East on Luzon
    $1200 10
This "quaking" tree has the widest natural range of any American tree, from the Yukon to the Rio Grande
    $1200 20
Jack Dawkins is the real name of this nimble pickpocket who befriends Oliver Twist
    $1200 3
Including the areas of Barcelona & Tarragona, it's an autonomous region of Northern Spain
    $1600 16
Observant Jews buy only kosher meat; observant muslims, only meat that's this rough equivalent
    $1600 27
Appropriately, this was the name of the Jetson's dog
    $1600 24
This Montreal school was established in 1829 at Burnside Place, the estate of its founder & namesake
    $1600 29
The leaves of a Brazilian palm tree provide this hardest natural wax used in automotive waxes
    $1600 21
Harry Haller is the troubled loner in this man's "Steppenwolf"
    $1600 4
A native American tribe of the Carolinas, it's also a variety of grape
    $2000 17
An Islamic term for blessing, it's the last name of controversial writer Amiri, formerly Leroi Jones
    $2000 26
In this '50s sitcom a banker was haunted by 2 human ghosts & a booze-loving St. Bernard named Neil
    $2000 25
Holland's oldest university, the State University of Leiden, was founded in 1575 by this father of the Dutch Republic
    $2000 30
The baobob tree is also known by this "simian food" name
    DD: $1,000 22
In this novel, Hugh Conway finds out he's been recruited to replace a very old High Lama
    $2000 5
"Terrible Swift Sword" & "A Stillness at Appomattox" are 2 of this historian's books on the Civil War

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Michael LeeAundra
$10,000 $6,000 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Senate Rule 22 governs this; Clinton called it "posturing to prove... a minority can paralyze the federal government"

Final scores:

James Michael LeeAundra
$14,000 $11,601 $20,001
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,001

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

James Michael LeeAundra
$10,000 $6,200 $12,600
14 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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Game tape date: 2005-09-20
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