Show #4663 - Wednesday, December 8, 2004


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Megan Susman, an environmental policy specialist from Arlington, Virginia

Alex Bready, a law student from Towson, Maryland

Jackie Cipa, a library assistant from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex Trebek: You have to name the real TV show in which the TV shows we will mention in the clue are featured.)
    $200 5
"My Life on the Plains" was an 1874 book by this "boy general" & Indian fighter
    $200 1
"Itchy & Scratchy"
    $200 13
In a 1969 Disney film, Herbie was this model of car
    $200 6
Billy Graham called them "God's secret agents"
    $200 23
Citrus fruits including limes were introduced to the West Indies by this man on his second voyage
    $200 8
Head to Agra, India to see this famous marble mausoleum completed around 1643
    $400 16
Reportedly, in 1854 Flora Temple broke the 2:20 minute mile; of course, Flora was one of these
    $400 2
"Tool Time"
    $400 14
This Japanese luxury brand debuted in the U.S. with the Legend sedan in 1986
    $400 7
A bestseller by Dr. David Reuben gave us this 13-word-long self-help title
    $400 25
The use of calcium oxide lime in early theatrical lamps gives us this term for the focus of public attention
    $400 9
2nd century Rabbi Ishmael Ben Elisha is best known for his impact on the understanding of this compilation of Jewish law
    $600 18
This Californian died still trying to get congress to reimburse him for all that gold on his mill site he lost out on
    $600 3
"The Happy Homemaker"
    $600 17
The name of this maker of the Q45 makes it sound like it will run forever
    $600 24
His 1971 autobiography "Wunnerful, Wunnerful!" was a, well, wunnerful seller
    $600 30
To make this drink supposedly named for a British naval surgeon, all you need is gin & sweetened lime juice
    $600 10
(Hi. I'm Hal Sparks.) This former E! entertainment channel TV show helped further the careers of me, John Henson & Greg Kinnear
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1846 he tried to sue Eliza Emerson in St. Louis for his & his family's freedom
    $800 4
"The Alan Brady Show"
    $800 21
This sporty Dodge model is available as n SRT-10 Roadster for 2004, starting at around $80,000
    $800 26
In 1977 the Fixx was in with "The Complete Book of" this by James Fixx
    $800 29
Extreme heat fuses soda, lime & sand to make this everyday substance
    $800 11
"Saucy" name for the crusty areas on your teeth made from mineral salts reacting with plaque & saliva
    $1000 20
If Amelia Jenks hadn't married this man in 1840, women might have worn "Jenks"
    $1000 15
    $1000 22
This German car make got its name from the Latin translation of founder August Horch's name
    $1000 27
Theodore H. White's "Breach of Faith" detailed "The Fall of" this man
    $1000 28
The headquarters of this world famous insurance company & underwriter is on Lime Street in London
    $1000 12
Now known as Ismail Samani Peak, the highest peak in this country was once named after Joseph Stalin

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jackie Alex Megan
$800 $2,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Alex Megan
$3,000 $8,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

A, B, C
(Alex Trebek: A nice theme building there.)
    $400 8
In 1961 Marvin Gaye married Anna, sister of this Motown mogul
    $400 1
A brick house in Portland, Maine that dates to 1785 was built by General Peleg Wadsworth, grandfather of this famed poet
    $400 11
The gods must be crazy to spend their time on this highest mountain in Greece
    $400 10
The Netpost mailing service features Christmas cards with this 3-word wish for the globe
    $400 5
Next to Bob Lanier & Gilbert Perreault, sports reference books list C for this position
    $800 22
She is 12 years older than longtime beau Tim Robbins
    $800 2
The Kit Carson home in Taos, New Mexico is a house & museum made of these clay bricks
    $800 12
Until 1959, this peak was the highest mountain in the United States
    $800 13
In an April Fools' joke, National Public Radio reported that the Postal Service would soon let you keep this, no matter where you moved
    $800 6
In phrases like "a man" or "a door", a is this part of speech
    $1200 28
Beethoven's 6th isn't called the "Bucolic" symphony, but this
    $1200 23
Diana Krall's CD "The Girl in the Other Room" features songs cowritten with this man, her new husband
    DD: $4,000 3
This Boston landmark made famous the night of April 18, 1775 is made of bricks from the kilns of nearby Medford
    $1200 19
The names of this highest mountain in Western Europe & this highest mountain in the Pacific both mean "White Mountain"
    $1200 14
This "privilege" allows members of Congress to send out official mail without paying postage
    $1200 7
It's the symbol for the letter A in braille
    $1600 27
The strings in the symphony heard here, by this playful Austrian, give it the nickname "The Bear"
    $1600 24
There are zero degrees of separation between him & his girl, wife Kyra Sedgwick
    $1600 4
Patrick Henry & Thomas Jefferson both lived in the 2-story brick governor's palace in this colonial capital
    $1600 20
The deepest river gorge in the United States, Hells Canyon, was carved over millions of years by this river
    DD: $5,000 15
Formerly called book rate, this type of mail lets you send books, videos, CDs & DVDs at a slower, reduced rate
    $1600 17
In the Stock Market abbreviation B&A, A is Asked & B is this
    $2000 26
Mozart's 38th is called by the name of this city that stood in for Vienna in the filming of "Amadeus"
    $2000 25
She met Ryan Phillippe at her 21st birthday party & married him 2 years later
    $2000 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from inside the Robie House in Chicago, IL.) I'm inside Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House, whose windows, rather than stained glass, are called by this aesthetic term
    $2000 21
The Yarlung Zangbo in this lofty region is the world's highest river & its 17,657-foot valley is the deepest
    $2000 16
To stamp collectors, FDC stands for this
    $2000 18
If you're in "A&R" for a record company, you know it stands for these "and Repertoire"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Alex Megan
$1,400 $12,800 $22,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He's been both the youngest & the oldest U.S. Secretary of Defense in history

Final scores:

Jackie Alex Megan
$0 $12,800 $19,599
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,599

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jackie Alex Megan
$1,400 $12,600 $16,400
8 R,
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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Game tape date: 2004-09-08
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