Show #4950 - Friday, March 3, 2006


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Kim Clemmer, a PC technician from Leesburg, Florida

Deborah Melman-Clement, a writer and entrepreneur from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Jack Deschauer, a public relations professional from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Surfer & Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku
    $200 1
Horses of this breed "usually go for two" playing football in a Budweiser spot
    $200 21
"Joy of Cooking" laments the disappointment of this pie topping, stiffly beaten egg whites & sugar, when it puddles
    $200 16
Nikita Khrushchev was a shoe-in... make that a shoe off at a meeting of this organization on Oct. 12, 1960
    $200 26
In this "national" folk dance, you dance around the brim of a sombrero
    $200 11
He's the rock 'n' roll guitar legend who infected us with 1977's "Cat Scratch Fever"
    $400 7
Former senator Barry Goldwater
    $400 2
Yao, Yogi & "yo" all played a part in an ad for this credit card company
    $400 22
The sour types of this fruit, like the Montmorency, make excellent pies
    $400 17
1965 amendments to the Social Security Act, titles 18 & 19, created these 2 huge healthcare programs
    $400 27
You may feel like you're between heaven & hell when you bend over backward to do this under-the-stick dance
    $400 12
In 1016 Olaf II Haraldsson effectively became its king & later its patron saint
    $600 8
Bestselling author Margaret Mitchell
    $600 3
Young Michael Jordan matches up against older Michael Jordan in a clever commercial for this beverage
    $600 23
An old rhyme says that this "without some cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze"
    $600 18
A patent for the first successfully manufactured electric razor was issued to this man in November 1928
    $600 28
"Bring in 'da noise, bring in 'da funk", bring in Savion Glover, famous as a performer of this type of dance
    $600 13
Nocturnal avian name of the F-117A fighter seen here
    $800 9
Senator Patrick Leahy
    $800 4
In an ad for Nike, these 2 Americans played an epic game of tennis through the streets of NYC
    $800 24
This Southern pie with an insect name really is green & often has a cookie-crumb crust
    $800 19
Adman Hal Riney came up with the 1984 Reagan slogan "It's" this "again in America"
    $800 29
I always get a kick out of this dance that's performed to the music heard here
    $800 14
Its "Image Awards" go to those who contribute positive images of people of color in film, TV & theater
    DD: $1,600 10
Confederate Civil War general George Edward Pickett
    $1000 5
In Miller Lite ads, he was inevitably moved to the worst seat in the house while saying, "I must be in the front row"
    $1000 25
It's the "structural" name for the top crust of a pie that has strips of dough in a crisscross pattern
    $1000 20
Composed around 1905, this Debussy symphonic work contains the movement "Play of the Waves"
    $1000 30
Mayim, a popular folk dance from this country, means "water" in the native language
    $1000 15
In 612 B.C. rebel armies systematically burned & destroyed this ancient Assyrian capital

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

Jack Deborah Kim
$2,400 $1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Deborah Kim
$4,000 $2,400 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the movie, players.)
    $400 26
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Bretton Woods Mountain Resort in New Hampshire.) In 1944 the Washington Mountain Resort in Bretton Woods hosted the conference that set up these two major international financial institutions
    $400 1
"It's all about bucks, kid. The rest is conversation"
    $400 21
A true Pittsburgh Steeler, he was born in Dunfermline, Scotland in 1835
    $400 16
On the explosivity index for these, Krakatoa got a 6 but Tambora in 1812 rated a 7
    $400 6
This sheep-raising region of northeastern France is synonymous with a type of white sparkling wine
    $400 11
Athletes Testaverde or Del Negro
    $800 27
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Portsmouth, NH.) Washington was too warm, so in 1905, Portsmouth was the site of the negotiations & treaty signing ending this war
    $800 2
"She keeps calling the apartment... I'm scared, Jimmy, and I don't want to lose my family"
    $800 22
Kirriemuir, Scotland must have seemed like Neverland to this author born there in 1860
    $800 17
A Gemological Institute of America scale for these runs from D, colorless, to Z, light yellow
    $800 7
Spanish mission padres introduced wine grapes to this valley where vineyards like Robert Mondavi are based
    $800 12
A dilute acetic acid made by fermenting wine, beer or cider
    $1200 28
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from the Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, NH.) The home of this orator & statesman who won the case of McCulloch v. Maryland in 1819 still stands in Portsmouth
    $1200 3
"The White House is the single greatest home-court advantage in the modern world"
    $1200 23
Of the last 5 British prime ministers, the one born in Scotland
    DD: $2,000 18
Zero is "exclusively heterosexual" on a scale for men that's named for this scientist
    $1200 8
Soon after becoming the first winemaker in the Bible, he became the first Biblical man to get drunk
    $1200 13
The act of proving someone or something is blameless
    DD: $400 29
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the State House in Concord, NH.) The State House has a portrait of this youngest speaker of the New Hampshire House; he was later president of the United States at age 48
    $1600 4
"I am not a vigilante. I'm just trying to get home to my little girl's birthday party"
    $1600 24
He was born in East Lothian, Scotland in 1848, & his "Declaration" supported the creation of the State of Israel
    $1600 19
Zero on the Danjon Scale of these events means Earth's satellite is nearly invisible
    $1600 9
From the Latin for "cup", it's the special cup used in Catholic churches to hold consecrated wine during a mass
    $1600 14
An archaic adjective meaning able to be defeated or conquered
    $2000 30
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Mt. Washington in New Hampshire.) Mt. Washington was named in 1784; Adams, Madison, & the other peaks in this range had to wait until 1820
    $2000 5
"Lions don't do this... they're doing it for the pleasure"
    $2000 25
A part of this philosopher's human nature was to be born in Edinburgh in 1711
    $2000 20
The universe's background radiation is about 3 on this temperature scale
    $2000 10
To wash down your seafood in Spain, order a glass of Manzanilla, one of these fortified wines
    $2000 15
Over 16,000 feet high, this "Massif" is the highest peak in Antarctica

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Deborah Kim
$4,000 $6,800 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1906 novel says, "Now & then a visitor wept, to be sure; but this slaughtering machine ran on, visitors or no..."

Final scores:

Jack Deborah Kim
$0 $3,199 $2,399
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $3,199 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Deborah Kim
$5,600 $8,000 $7,200
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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