Show #4927 - Tuesday, January 31, 2006


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Eleanor Ainslie, a medical student from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

John Moore, a talk radio show host from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

William Love, a brick manufacturer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
"Not that I loved Caesar less", says Brutus, "but that I loved" this city "more"
    $200 16
In 2002 she legally dropped Voight as her last name
    $200 7
In England no patents are listed from Jan. 30, 1649 to May 29, 1660 due to this man's tenure as Lord Protector
    $200 21
The first popularly elected president of the Russian Republic, he survived 5 heart attacks during his 2 terms
    $200 13
AKA Panchamas, these people were called "children of God" by Gandhi; Eliot Ness was another type
    $200 1
Teutonic Knights trace their origin to this present country where men from Bremen & Lubeck formed a fraternity
    $400 12
Jessica states that "love is blind" as she elopes (with dad Shylock's ducats) in this comedy
    $400 17
This TV "Newlywed" complimented Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton on her decorating of the White House
    $400 8
The first British patent was given in 1449 by Henry VI to make stained glass for this largest English boys' college
    $400 22
In 1991 George H.W. Bush gave this Defense Secretary & heart attack survivor the Medal of Freedom
    $400 14
In Matthew 27:5 he "cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself"
    $400 2
The current headquarters of the Teutonic Knights are in this European capital at Singerstrasse 7
    $600 28
He declares his love to Ophelia in a letter saying, "Doubt Truth to be a liar, but never doubt I love"
    $600 18
In 2005 British beauty Twiggy joined this creator of "America's Next Top Model" on the judging panel
    $600 9
Litigation on this man's 1796 patent for steam engines established that improvements for known machines were allowed
    $600 23
This South African performed the first human heart transplant & disdained his nation's system of apartheid
    $600 15
The name of this biblical son of Abraham who was cast away after the birth of Isaac now means "outcast"
    $600 3
In 1263 Urban IV allowed the Teutonic Knights freedom from this vow, increasing their influence & wealth
    $800 29
She says, "My only love sprung from my only hate!"
    $800 19
She went from San Francisco 49er cheerleader to Lois Lane to Wisteria Lane
    $800 10
John Harrington's patent for a water closet was denied by this ruler in 1596 on grounds of propriety
    $800 24
Invasive coronary bypass surgery was the standard for unclogging arteries before the advent of this procedure
    $800 26
Pravda reported in 2001 that Ukraine declared U.S. Ambassador Carlos Pasqual this 3-word Latin term
    $800 4
Hermann Von Salza reigned over the Knights from 1210 to 1239 with this title, like one a chess expert might have
    $1000 30
Will's only play with "love" in the title
    $1000 20
In 1994 this "Die Another Day" actress played a character named Sharon Stone in "The Flintstones"
    $1000 11
James Burbage was part of the Earl of Leicester's men, which in 1574 was the first ever of these to get a patent
    DD: $1,500 25
The first permanent artificial heart, implanted in Barney Clark in 1982, was named for this doctor
    $1000 27
On June 19, 1953 at Sing Sing, this couple became the first U.S. civilians executed for the crime of spying
    $1000 5
In 1525 Teutonic Knight Albert of Hohenzollern made himself Duke of this area; Frederick I later ruled there

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

William John Eleanor
$400 $1,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

William John Eleanor
$2,200 $2,600 $4,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...and we need a letter as your correct response.)
    $400 6
Joaquin Rodrigo's best-known work is "Concierto de Aranjuez" for this instrument (Did Hendrix record that?)
    $400 11
He was Bourne again in 2004, when he returned as Jason Bourne in "The Bourne Supremacy"
    $400 16
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Tinos in Greece.) In 1715, Tinos became the last island to fall to these conquerors from across the Aegean
    $400 1
"If you've got the time, we've got the beer"
    $400 23
Richard Suskind & Clifford Irving both received prison terms for their fake autobiography of this billionaire
    $400 18
Add this letter to rave & you're in deep trouble, as in underground
    $800 7
His "Moonlight" sonata was dedicated to Giuletta Guicciardi with whom he was romantically involved
    $800 12
Remove all wire hangers from your closet before watching this 1981 Faye Dunaway film
    $800 17
Ile Jesus in this river is close by to Montreal Island
    $800 2
"The beer drinker's light beer"
    $800 19
Snap this letter into your Kodak & you'll have yourself a big brown bear
    $1200 8
Tchaikovsky once referred to this "Lullaby" composer as "giftless" & a "mediocrity"
    $1200 13
(I'm Andrew Lloyd Webber.) My "circle of friends" now includes this actress, who plays a diva named Carlotta in the film "The Phantom of the Opera"
    DD: $6,000 26
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Sweden.) This Swedish island, the largest in the Baltic Sea, is said to be the original home of the Goths; makes sense
    $1200 3
"Tastes as great as its name"
    $1200 20
In slang your foes will become much more attractive when you insert this letter
    $1600 9
"William Tell" was the 38th opera that he completed, & he was only 37!
    $1600 14
This frequent foil for the Marx Brothers was the goddaughter of author Joel Chandler Harris
    $1600 27
Rio Grande de Cagayan is the longest river on this largest Philippine island
    $1600 4
"You never forget your first girl"
    $1600 24
Forged by the Czar's secret police, these "Protocols" are often cited to "prove" Jewish conspiracies
    $1600 21
There'll be a lot to contemplate when you add this letter to mediate
    $2000 10
He's the German composer of the famous piece heard here, an invocation to the dawn, not a waltz
    $2000 15
On an '80s TV series, Blair Brown showed us "The Days and Nights of" this character
    $2000 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Aswan, Egypt.) This island here in the Nile bears the name of this British field marshal, who conquered Khartoum in 1898
    $2000 5
"Miles away from ordinary"
    $2000 25
In 1983 this German news magazine published forged diaries supposedly written by Adolf Hitler
    $2000 22
Adding this letter to Orpheus makes him a pretty dreamy guy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

William John Eleanor
$6,600 -$3,800 $17,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A 20th century writer derived this pen name from the patron saint of England & a river in Suffolk

Final scores:

William John Eleanor
$600 -$3,800 $13,300
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $13,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

William John Eleanor
$12,600 -$3,800 $18,800
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
7 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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