Show #4915 - Friday, January 13, 2006

Kevin Marshall game 4.


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Michelle Hickman, a stay-at-home mom from Shoreline, Washington

David Grant, a freelance communications business consultant from the Bronx, New York

Kevin Marshall, a student from Metairie, Louisiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $56,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
You can buy a Vitameatavegamin TV night light at the Jamestown museum honoring her
    $200 1
Featuring the voice of Mike Myers, this film reached $300 million faster than any film before it--18 days
    $200 26
In a stunning reversal, a baby kisses a politician!--the one seen here
    $200 21
This company's happy to serve you a daily Double Caramel Macchiato or Frappuccino
    $200 16
Actor Joseph Jefferson was renowned for his portrayal of this snoozy Washington Irving character
    $200 6
"Blood is T.T.W."
    $400 12
This New York metropolis is nicknamed "The Bison City"
    $400 2
Before becoming the supervillain in this film, Dr. Otto Octavius worked to make fusion a cheap energy source
    $400 27
Trying to mend fences, he's the world leader seen here with the First Lady in 2003
    $400 22
Unfortunately, even if I play golf every day, I'll score at least one of these, 2 strokes over par on a hole
    $400 17
He improved the French milk & wine industries & made a vaccine for anthrax
    $400 7
"Look B.Y.L."
    $600 13
Chittenango holds an annual 4-day OZFest for this man born there in 1856 & no, Ozzy isn't that old
    DD: $400 3
In this 1997 sequel a cruise ship is going too fast & everyone might get killed
    $600 28
Hey, why the long face, baby? This world leader showed his softer side in 2005
    $600 23
This performer's "Adventure" takes place in a 7-million-gallon pool in San Diego at least twice a day
    $600 18
In 1897 this U.S. train car maker was buried in a room-sized block of concrete to guard against angry workers
    $600 8
"T.H.A. better than one"
    $800 14
10 feet plus of hoax, "The Cardiff Giant" has been on display at the Farmers' Museum in this Hall of Fame city since 1948
    $800 4
This Reese Witherspoon sequel is subtitled "Red, White and Blonde"
    $800 29
He's seen here with his wife; his state kissed him off in 2003
    $800 24
Every day in Vegas, baby, Vegas, folks split their aces & double down playing this game
    $800 19
After this British poet drowned off Italy in 1822, his friend E.J. Trelawny kept his heart
    $800 9
"A watched P.N.B."
    $1000 15
While living in these New York mountains, Robert Louis Stevenson began writing "The Master of Ballantrae"
    $1000 5
Jessie, a cowgirl doll, pines for her former owner in the song "When She Loved Me" in this 1999 sequel
    $1000 30
LBJ gives this fellow Texan & Speaker of the House seen here a peck on his birthday
    $1000 25
Your daily grammar lesson: we don't not have an example of this 2-word syntactic construction in the clue
    $1000 20
He wasn't "The Greatest", but he did rule Egypt from 1805 to 1848
    $1000 10
"T.I.S.T. fiction"

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

Kevin David Michelle
$2,200 $3,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin David Michelle
$6,400 $4,800 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
When forces of this empire invaded Britain in 43 A.D., one of the areas they conquered was Hampshire
    $400 1
It's the 1946 Western that shares its name with the song heard here
    $400 6
He coined the name Jessica for the character of Shylock's daughter
    $400 11
The 1st important American variety of this shortcake fruit was the hovey, grown in 1834 in Massachusetts
    $400 16
This nearly transparent 3-syllable envelope of gases surrounding the Earth is about 78% nitrogen
    $400 21
It's obligatory on doing this to say that you can't fire the players
    $800 27
The county of Hampshire is famed as the home of Jane Austen & this author of "Nicholas Nickleby"
    $800 2
Number of horses doing the work in the song heard here
    $800 7
His trilogy, "Mourning Becomes Electra" is based on Aeschylus' "Oresteia"
    $800 12
This bog fruit is sometimes called a bounceberry because ripe ones bounce
    $800 17
This appendage of a neuron transmits impulses away from the cell body
    $800 22
As his country is on the metric system, Aussie Jason Stoltenberg called tennis "a game of" these
    $1200 28
Completed around 1544 to protect Hampshire's coast, Hurst Castle was built by this English king
    $1200 3
The deer & antelope are playing, but these creatures are roaming
    $1200 8
This "Saint Joan" playwright used the pseudonym Corno Di Bassetto when he wrote music criticism
    $1200 13
Used in pancakes & muffins, this "colorful" berry is sometimes confused with the harder-seeded huckleberry
    DD: $1,000 18
This marine snail has a genus name, it's H-A-L-I-O-T-I-S
    $1200 23
The phrase about your back being here has been used in sports & by Earl Haig in a more serious situation in WWI
    $1600 29
One of Britain's largest, this Hampshire port city was the home port of the Titanic
    $1600 4
3-word title of the song heard here
    $1600 9
People turn into rhinoceroses in an allegorical play by this absurd dramatist
    $1600 14
This berry of the genus Ribes is the one traditionally used to make fool, a British dessert
    $1600 19
It's the fancy way of saying the white of an egg
    $1600 24
With all those mental mistakes, we did this, like flagellants
    DD: $200 30
Winchester, the county seat of Hampshire, was the capital of this Western Anglo-Saxon kingdom of England
    $2000 5
They're the first two landmarks sung about in this song
    $2000 10
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the Golden Hall in Stockholm, Sweden.) Among the famous Swedes depicted here, in the Golden Hall of Stockholm City Hall, is this dramatist
    $2000 15
Some botanists believe that this berry developed by a California judge in 1881 is a blackberry-raspberry hybrid
    $2000 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew illustrates on a chalkboard.) North on the horizon connects to an imaginary circle that passes through a star via this arc
    $2000 25
Told, "There is no 'I' in 'team", Michael Jordan supposedly responded that there is one in this 3-letter word

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin David Michelle
$16,800 $6,800 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Mary Roberts Rinehart's 1930 mystery novel "The Door" turned blaming this character into a cliche

Final scores:

Kevin David Michelle
$16,600 $7,800 $2,400
4-day champion: $73,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin David Michelle
$18,000 $6,800 $2,600
21 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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Game tape date: 2005-10-26
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