Show #4672 - Tuesday, December 21, 2004


[<< previous game]

Emily Lawrence, an attorney from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dale Masel, a professor from Lancaster, Ohio

Lyle Brenner, a college professor from Gainesville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,800)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Located 12 miles north of Mexico, this California city was a whaling port in the mid-1800s
    $200 6
As many hoped, on the final episode of "Friends", these 2 characters finally got back together
    $200 26
One of these thrill rides careens around the New York-New York hotel in Vegas, & even goes upside-down
    $200 13
In 1962 he graduated from a military academy in Peru
    $200 14
This corn whiskey was named for a county in Kentucky
    $200 9
International laws regarding prisoners of war were established by conventions held in this city in 1929 & 1949
    $400 2
W.C. Handy wrote some of his blues on Beale Street in this city
    $400 7
Thanks to caller ID, we learned that Mr. Big's real name was John in the last moments of this HBO series
    $400 27
You'll have fun getting to your room this way at Jules' Undersea Lodge in Fla.--Yep, the hotel really is underwater
    $400 15
In the 1930s the FBI was gunning for this bank robber--and they got him in Chicago
    $400 22
Gin & grenadine are the main ingredients in this color lady; the same color squirrel is a different mix
    $400 10
The mess is the area on a ship where the crew eats; this is the term for the kitchen where the cooking is done
    DD: $1,000 3
It's the southernmost state capital
    $600 8
David Janssen came face to face with the one-armed man in the thrilling finale to this '60s series
    $600 28
Pop over to the national balloon museum, made to look like 2 inverted balloons, in Indianola in this "Hawkeye State"
    $600 16
In 1977 the president pardoned this World War II propagandist
    $600 23
When called this, quinine water pairs up with gin in a famous drink
    $600 19
Beginning in her teens, a maiko is an apprentice to one of these professional Japanese women
    $800 4
Daniel Boone lived for a while in this West Virginia capital
    $800 11
Was it all a dream? On the last episode of "Newhart", Bob awoke with this former TV wife, not Mary Frann
    $800 29
Try to break the record for eating these hot peppers at the annual Laredo, Texas festival named for them
    $800 17
In 1947 this gangster lost his life in Beverly Hills
    $800 24
This top brandy from the Charente region of France is a blend that's distilled twice
    $800 20
Cape Morris Jesup, the northernmost land in the world, is the northernmost tip of this island
    $1000 5
John Adams said "the child of Independence" was born in "the old Council Chamber" of this city's Old State House
    $1000 12
In 1983 viewers said "goodbye, farewell and amen" to this series; the war was over
    $1000 30
Have a candlelit breakfast in your room at Governor's Trace Bed & Breakfast in this colonial capital of Va.
    $1000 18
In 1931 a gang war ended when this fortunate guy had the leaders of both sides whacked
    $1000 25
Sercial is a madeira used as an aperitif & bual is one used as this type
    $1000 21
A small Basque village immortalized in art in 1937

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

Lyle Dale Emily
$2,600 $2,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lyle Dale Emily
$9,200 $4,000 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 10
David Farragut sailed into the Mississippi River in April 1862 & captured Natchez, Baton Rouge & this city
    $400 7
The brothers who produced the game Monopoly
    $400 4
In Euripides' home Protagoras read a controversial treatise saying these might not exist
    $400 17
Of the family Trochilidae, they're the smallest variety of birds
    $400 24
After seeing Verdi's "Aida" he decided opera was to be his forte & came up with "La boheme" & "Tosca" among others
    $400 1
Young lovers know it's from a middle English word for "run away"
    $800 11
This 1,600-mile-long mountain system divided the Civil War's eastern & western theaters
    $800 8
A nation's flag
    $800 5
Of the sheep, the pig or the bactrian camel, the first to be domesticated
    $800 18
The smell given to natural gas is similar to rotting meat, so linemen look for these circling as a sign of gas line leaks
    $800 25
Arthur Sullivan in 1856 was the first person to receive the scholarship named for this "Bridal March" composer
    $800 2
Named for the pioneer who settled the area in 1846, this city is home to the University of Oregon
    DD: $5,000 12
Widely used by both sides, this rifle shares its name with the Massachusetts city where it was made
    $1200 9
A state university in Detroit, Michigan
    $1200 6
This early ancestor of European man was named for the French cave site where the bones were first found
    $1200 19
This flightless bird's name may be from the Welsh for "white head"
    $1200 26
For the ballet "Coppelia" Leo Delibes used "The Sandman", one of the "Tales of" this author
    $1200 3
To free from bondage, as the 13th amendment did for slaves
    $1600 15
On February 3, 1865 Lincoln met with Confederate leaders at a conference named for this Virginia site
    $1600 13
An English county of 2,300 square miles
    DD: $1,500 28
Now in white & black species, this animal had a woolly version during the last Ice Age
    $1600 20
There doesn't seem to be a patron saint of hawks, but David of Wales is the patron of these birds
    $1600 27
In 1874 Ibsen asked Edvard Grieg to compose incidental music for this play
    $1600 21
This fencing sword has a bell-shaped guard & a triangular blade 35 inches long
    $2000 16
This Confederate vice president referred to Jefferson Davis as "weak and vacillating"
    $2000 14
A suburb of Providence, Rhode Island
    $2000 29
Ur was a part of this ancient civilization in Mesopotamia that was the first to develop a system of writing
    $2000 23
Bird brains know the fossils of this early bird were first found in Solnhofen, Bavaria in the 1860s
    $2000 30
Italian for "a whim", Strauss used it as an opera title, Paganini for a violin study
    $2000 22
Abu Dhabi is one; Dubai is another

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lyle Dale Emily
$10,300 $5,200 $4,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Have you read Dante's Inferno lately? Well, then if you did, you'll have no trouble with this clue.)
At the center of Hell, Satan is devouring Brutus, Cassius & this biblical figure

Final scores:

Lyle Dale Emily
$9,600 $10,350 $5,600
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $10,350 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lyle Dale Emily
$16,800 $4,800 $4,800
26 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $26,400

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

Game tape date: 2004-09-14
The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. Scraping, republication, monetization, and malicious use prohibited; this site may use cookies and collect identifying information. See terms. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at