Show #4946 - Monday, February 27, 2006

(Jon: So you bought the Louisiana Territory, but what exactly's out there? We'll find out with Lewis & Clark, coming up on Jeopardy!)


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Tim Logue, a bartender from San Francisco, California

Jessica Epstein, an assistant dean originally from Mercer Island, Washington

Bonnie Clair, an attorney from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,551)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
As well as trash & absorbent pet material, it can also mean the organic surface layer of the forest floor
    $200 11
Since 1301 this title has belonged to the heir apparent to the British throne
    $200 21
Though the 1871 Chicago fire began in this family's barn, their house suffered only minor damages
    $200 1
To get us started, a serving of this dish named for an oilman: oysters topped with spinach & then baked
    $200 16
Arte Moreno bought the baseball team in 2003 & renamed it the Los Angeles Angels of this place
    $200 6
A formal reduction in rank, status or position
    $400 27
Formed at the Earth's surface, basalt is the extrusive type of this "Big 3" type of rock
    $400 12
Heirs want to stay on the good side of this, the person mainly charged with carrying out a will's provisions
    $400 22
The first successful print of this future partner of James Ives was of a fire in Manhattan
    $400 2
Waiter, we'd like 2 services of this chilled cream-potato-leek soup
    $400 17
The address of Angel Stadium is on a street named for this singing cowboy
    $400 7
The DM in Korea's DMZ
    $600 28
Heat rising from within the Earth is mostly from this type of decay of elements like uranium & thorium
    $600 13
Peter Faneuil, who gave this city its hall, inherited his uncle's fortune after another nephew was cut off for marrying
    $600 23
Maria Theresa ordered this Italian opera house built after a fire destroyed the Royal Ducal Theatre in 1776
    $600 3
To heat up my chilly bones, bring out a large bottle of this warmed & fermented rice drink from Japan
    $600 18
"Vlad's Pad" at Angel Stadium is named for this right fielder & 2004 league MVP
    $600 8
Cognitive deterioration, sometimes "senile"
    $800 29
Immense boulders in random & odd places were some of the first evidence that these "Ages" happened
    $800 14
Charlene, sole heir of the late Alfred of this Dutch brewing giant, is worth $4.9 billion
    $800 24
The Bank of America is around today because A.P. Giannini saved its currency from this city's 1906 fire
    $800 4
I'm in the mood for a little Italian: how 'bout an order of anitra all'aranci, this fowl cooked in orange sauce
    $800 19
Sportswriters refer to the Angels as these appropriate circular items, like the one in the team's logo
    $800 9
To object or voice opposition
    $1000 30
1 of the 3 Cs in the geological-period mnemonic "camels often sit down carefully--perhaps their joints creak..."
    $1000 15
If Richie Rich's father dies, his legacy is managed by one of these, from the Latin for "guard"
    $1000 25
After a 1624 fire Christian IV replanned this Northern European city & renamed it Christiania
    $1000 5
For dessert, bring me some of this apple-filled rolled pastry whose name is from the German for "whirlpool"
    $1000 20
This Angel manager spent 13 years catching for the Dodgers
    DD: $1,000 10
The young women "d'Avignon" in the title of a painting by Picasso

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

Bonnie Jessica Tim
$2,400 $3,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Jessica Tim
$4,600 $6,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 23
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in Oregon.) Here in Columbia Gorge, Clark sketched this bird, & Lewis wrote, "I believe this to be the largest bird in North America"
    $400 17
Meg Whitman heads up this Internet company where you can bid on items & sell them, too
    $400 16
    $400 2
This author's "The Secret Man" detailed the history of his interactions with Deep Throat
    $400 5
Like Rome, this capital of Portugal is built on 7 hills
    $400 1
In hockey this shot is always taken with a full swinging stroke
    $800 24
Named for a structural section, it's the type of boat the boys set off in; it ran aground on day 2
    $800 18
Henry's great-grandson William runs this car company which was started in 1903
    $800 19
Giving birth
    $800 3
This writer got her bestselling groove back with "The Interruption of Everything"
    $800 6
This beautiful lake in Banff National Park is named for a British princess
    $800 8
It means "to strike with a whip" & also follows "whip" in a word for an injury
    DD: $6,000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Oregon.) The explorers got invaluable directions from the Indian tribe Lewis called "Pierced Nose" & we know as this
    $1200 28
(One of television's most recognizable commercial spokespersons delivers the clue.) Oh, no--I lost another one to this mortgage company
    $1200 20
A person's condition or disposition
    $1200 4
As of Dec. 4, 2005 this pregnancy prep book had spent 247 weeks on the N.Y. Times Bestseller List
    $1200 7
This highest capital in the Andes was founded on the site of an earlier settlement in 1548
    $1200 11
As a noun it includes the cerebrum; as a verb it means "to smash on the head"
    $1600 26
One tough part of the journey up the Missouri was portaging this feature of the river in June & July 1805
    $1600 29
With a "familial" English name, this Japanese maker of office equipment started out selling sewing machines
    DD: $2,000 21
    $1600 14
This author's Dr. Kay Scarpetta returned to the scene of the crime with "Trace"
    $1600 9
In 1994 this Norwegian town played host to the Winter Olympics
    $1600 12
To hit with a fist, or to herd cattle like a cowboy
    $2000 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands next to a covered pile of crates in the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center, Oregon.) A 5,000-sq.-ft. exhibit at the Columbia Gorge Museum shows the 30 tons of cargo Lewis & Clark took when setting out from this city in 1804
    $2000 30
A brother of one of the rappers in Run-DMC, this entrepreneur runs Phat Farm
    $2000 22
Ex-soldiers' financial arrangements
    $2000 15
This NPR guy make list with "Me Talk Pretty One Day"
    $2000 10
Fodor's Travel Guide to France calls this town "the porcelain collector's mecca"
    $2000 13
A suit of cards represented by a trefoil

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bonnie Jessica Tim
$14,200 $14,000 $14,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She gave herself the third-person name "Phantom", the "no-person" she was from 19 months until she was almost 7

Final scores:

Bonnie Jessica Tim
$399 $25,401 $399
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $25,401 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bonnie Jessica Tim
$14,200 $13,600 $9,600
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $37,400

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