Show #4930 - Friday, February 3, 2006


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Jared Poppel, a consultant from Bellevue, Washington

Jennifer Kelly, a college instructor from Madison, Alabama

Eleanor Ainslie, a medical student from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 3-day cash winnings total $41,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
It's the inflammatory 1770 incident depicted here
    $200 1
The male sorcerers
    $200 16
Winners of the Templeton Prize for Understanding of this include Baba Amte, Rabbi Jakobovits & the Rev. Peacocke
    $200 6
When you hit the lowest possible level, you're said to "hit" this
    $200 11
The name of this big, hard round candy implies that it'll fracture your mandible
    $200 21
In 1999, 3 frozen mummies of Incas sacrificed centuries ago were found on Mt. Llullaillaco in these mountains
    $400 26
They're the 2 leaders seen here meeting in
Vladivostok in November 1974
    $400 2
The bright celestial bodies
    $400 17
(Lech Walesa delivers the clue, speaking in Polish: I'm Lech Walesa,) In 1983 I was picking mushrooms near Gdansk when it was announced I had won this prize
    $400 7
It's a "canine" term for a gemstone collector
    $400 12
In 2005 Hershey introduced a limited-edition Key lime version of this "Sometimes you feel like a nut" bar
    $400 22
Mount Whitney is named for Josiah Dwight Whitney, once the state geologist of this state
    $600 27
This man's inauguration is depicted here
    $600 3
The precious metal lumps
    $600 18
In April 2002 at the age of 88, Henry Brant won this prize, also given to journalists, for music
    $600 8
"Money is good if you know how to use it", said the patriarch of this famous family
    $600 13
Australians like this hole-in-the-middle candy, too, but in an unusual flavor: musk
    $600 23
We wonder if Jesse Ventura has ventured to the top of Eagle Mountain, the highest point in this state
    $800 28
In 1966, the man seen here held this day job
    $800 4
The meshwork trapping devices
    $800 19
The $100,000 Potamkin Prize is for research in this aging disease that afflicted Mrs. Potamkin
    $800 9
Socks the cat, once America's First Feline, was born in this city
    $800 14
When it debuted in our galaxy in 1923, it was touted as "a chocolate malted milk in a candy bar"
    $800 24
Follow the Presidential Trail in the Black Hills for a great view of this 5,725-foot mountain
    $1000 29
Though this writer was born in England, you might have a sense of his American-ness
    DD: $1,000 5
The King Charles I supporters
    $1000 20
This famous British gallery that has lots of J.M.W. Turner works gives the Turner Prize for Contemporary Art
    $1000 10
This disease is transmitted by the bite of a wood tick or a dog tick
    $1000 15
This candy bar with a "chic street" name has been around since 1936
    $1000 30
The Sacred Mother, a mountain sacred to Buddhists, rises maternally in this vast desert

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

Eleanor Jennifer Jared
$3,400 $600 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eleanor Jennifer Jared
$5,800 $4,200 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The Westminster Kennel Club.)
    $400 22
King Gustav III of this country founded a ballet company in 1773; it's still going strong today
    $400 1
"You're gonna need a bigger boat"
    $400 11
Auguste Maquet & P.A. Fiorentino were collaborators on his classic novel "The Count of Monte Cristo"
    $400 15
1913's ch. Strathtay Prince Albert, of this breed, must have made Yale proud in taking the crown
    $400 13
This explorer's wife Josephine wrote the book "Snow Baby" about giving birth to their daughter in Greenland
    $400 6
Eveready's dominance in U.S. battery sales was shaken after this brand was introduced in 1964
    $800 23
In the early 1890s, before he was czar, he was in a spin over ballerina Mathilde Kschessinska
    $800 2
"Hammond, after careful consideration I've decided not to endorse your park"
    DD: $1,000 12
Turgenev regarded this author of "The Cossacks" as the "great author of the Russian land"
    $800 16
Definitely "Old English", 1975's ch. Sir Lancelot of Barvan was this breed
    $800 14
In January 1773 this British sea captain crossed the Antarctic Circle but never sighted land
    $800 7
It's defined as removing oneself from a vessel such as the QE2
    DD: $1,000 24
In 1661 this king, no slouch as a dancer himself, founded the Academie Royale de Danse
    $1200 3
"It's Hebrew, from the Talmud. It says, 'Whoever saves one life saves the world entire'"
    $1200 20
He conceived the general plan for "Faust" in 1770, but it wasn't until 1808 that the complete first part was published
    $1200 27
What other breed could 1935's ch. Nunsoe Duc de la Terrace of Blakeen be but a standard this
    $1200 17
This 19th c. army officer initially named the Great Salt Lake for himself, but had to settle for some salt flats
    $1200 8
It's the nickname of the hand of aces & eights held by Wild Bill Hickok at the time of his 1876 murder
    $1600 26
This princess served as president of the Royal Ballet from 1957 until her death in 2002
    $1600 4
"I just want to know that it's really happening"
    $1600 21
In "Exemplary Tales", a 1613 collection, he claimed to be the first to write short stories in Castilian
    $1600 28
A current California senator should know it's the "sporty" breed of 1947's ch. Warlord of Mazelaine
    $1600 18
In 1820 Stephen Long called the Great Plains the "Great" this, unsuitable for agricultural deveopment
    $1600 9
On a whale shark this fin can be 4 feet high
    $2000 30
(Jon of the Clue Crew stands in front of a stage at Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark.) A new production of "Thumbelina" that premiered here in Tivoli in 2005 featured sets & costumes designed by this woman, the queen of Denmark
    $2000 5
"Better be worth it. He better go home and cure some disease or invent a longer-lasting light bulb"
    $2000 25
This acclaimed author was born March 6, 1928 in Aracataca, Colombia
    $2000 29
Devo-tees know this breed of ch. Courtenay Fleetfoot of Pennyworth, 1964's winner, can run as fast as 35 mph
    $2000 19
In 1533 Hernando de Soto joined Francisco Pizarro in taking this Incan capital & nearly lost his life in an ambush
    $2000 10
Woody Allen joked that he earned pin money in school hustling in this Hanukkah top game

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eleanor Jennifer Jared
$8,600 $8,800 $19,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1967 Dame Cicely Saunders founded St. Christopher's, the first modern one of these; in 2005 she died there

Final scores:

Eleanor Jennifer Jared
$0 $4,399 $19,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eleanor Jennifer Jared
$8,600 $9,000 $20,600
13 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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