Show #4952 - Tuesday, March 7, 2006


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Michael Smith, an actor originally from Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Alicia Aho, a bookseller from Seattle, Washington

Bruce Brown, a substitute teacher originally from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,906)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
The flag of Bangladesh, like the flag of Japan, features a big one of these
    $200 17
He split amicably with wife Amy Irving in 1989, but it cost him $100 million
    $200 9
Reserved for Navy airfields, "N" can't begin an identifier for a commercial airport, so this N.J. airport is EWR
    $200 6
From 1867 to 1914 this African country was ruled by a Turkish viceroy called a khedive
    $200 1
Out here we're proud of this, LACMA for short-- it's not the Met, but it has a Rembrandt, okay?
    $200 27
He penned the immortal introduction "Call me Ishmael"
    $400 23
The Sundarbans, a swampy area on the Ganges, is one of the last remaining preserves for this big cat
    $400 18
This ex-husband of comedienne Roseanne Barr had the last laugh after walking away with $50 million
    $400 10
You can understand why some residents of this Iowa city want to change their airport's designation, SUX
    $400 7
Francisco Franco & Chiang Kai-shek used this title as supreme commander of their countries' armies
    $400 2
There's a 1941 Crosley at this state's National Automobile Museum, built on Bill Harrah's collection
    $400 15
Around since 1978, this "relaxed" soft drink has a rhyming name
    $600 24
45 seats in Bangladesh's parliament are reserved for these; so, we guess, they're always down
    $600 19
Ex-wife Casey might have said "Cheers" to this TV star after he paid a divorce tab of $30 million
    $600 11
The Dade-Collier Training & Transition Airport, with the code TNT, is dynamite for this Southern city
    $600 8
Latin for "to earn by service", this honorary title often follows the name of a retired college professor
    $600 3
This city's Accademia features work by native sons Giorgione & Canaletto
    $600 28
2-word cooking term for a society made up of many different cultures
    $800 26
Held August 1, 1971 at Madison Square Garden, the Concert for Bangladesh was organized by this Brit
    $800 20
The cost for turning off this singer's "Heartlight" when he divorced his wife in 1996 was $150 million
    $800 12
Indianola, Miss. has an airport designated IDL; until 1963, IDL stood for the NYC airport then called this
    DD: $3,389 13
Dr. Primrose was one of these priests in Wakefield in an Oliver Goldsmith novel
    $800 4
The Berlin building seen here is the archive of this influential school of design
    $800 29
Animal pigment in the skin, hair, eyes or fur
    $1000 25
Hey, a chief crop is this fiber used to make burlap; the BJMC is the corporation that runs the mills
    $1000 21
In 1994 it was "Dances with Alimony Payments" for this actor when he coughed up $80 million to Cindy
    $1000 14
Reserved for commercial radio stations, K & W can't begin IDs, so "EYW" serves this southernmost city in the cont. U.S.
    $1000 16
A princess who's the daughter of a Portuguese or Spanish monarch is given this title
    $1000 5
This NYC museum opened a museum in Las Vegas in partnership with Russia's Hermitage

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

Bruce Alicia Michael
$8,789 -$200 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Alicia Michael
$10,989 $2,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will end in those three letters of the alphabet.)
    $400 21
The longest-serving Chief (1801-1835), he & Thomas Jefferson both descended from Va. planter William Randolph
    $400 7
It's the type of bird being complained about

"It has ceased to be! It's expired and gone to meet its maker! This is a late--"
    $400 2
The full title of a Henry Fielding novel is "The History of" him, "a Foundling"
    $400 1
Hydras paralyze their prey with poison from stingers on these body parts
    $400 24
Terry Fox lost a leg to this disease & tried to run across Canada to raise money to fight it
    $400 16
The name of this type of storm means "great wind"
    $800 19
No. 17, as a lawyer he argued 39 cases before the high court, more than the rest of the sitting justices combined
    $800 8
It's the profession he's singing about

"I cut down trees /
I skip and jump /
I like to press wild flowers /
I put on women's clothing /
And hang around in bars..."
    $800 3
Dona Inez is the mother of this Byron title character
    DD: $6,000 12
It's the second of the 3 main sections of an arthropod's body
    $800 28
He's the missionary seen here the year he went to minister to the lepers of Molokai
    $800 17
This 1947 musical is set in the highlands of Scotland
    $1200 20
Hard to miss this 300-lb. Chief, known for walking the 3 mi. between his home & the court most mornings & nights
    $1200 9
It's the packaged meat product that comes with the following

"...or lobster thermidor aux crevettes with a mornay sauce garnished with truffle pâté, brandy, and a fried egg on top and--"
    $1200 4
"Jacob's Room" & "A Room of One's Own" are by this member of the Bloomsbury Group
    $1200 13
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from a science lab.) There are two basic types of flow--laminar, which is smooth & regular, & this more common one with swirls & eddies
    $1200 27
This gold coin of Spain was once worth 8 escudos
    $1600 22
We commission you to name this chief who penned the opinion of the ruling outlawing public school segregation
    $1600 10
It's the tribunal making an appearance here

"Our chief weapon is surprise--surprise and fear, fear and surprise. Our two weapons are fear and surprise--"
    $1600 5
At the end of this novel, the contents of the note that George secretly gave Becky Sharp are finally revealed
    $1600 14
The name of this element is from the Swedish for "heavy" & "stone"
    $1600 18
He left the NFL's Arizona Cardinals to join the Army Rangers & was killed in Afghanistan in 2004
    $1600 25
This Saskatchewan city was named for a local red berry
    $2000 23
In 1857 he held that Congress did not have power to abolish slavery in the territories
    $2000 11
It's the game show being played

"This is for 15 pounds, and it's to stop us revealing the name of your lover in Bolton."
    $2000 6
He served up "Cakes and Ale", a 1930 satire of English literary life
    $2000 15
It's what the "t" stands for in tRNA
    $2000 26
It's the French dialect spoken in the southern part of Belgium

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Alicia Michael
$17,789 $17,000 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

From the 1795 poem "Erin": "Nor one feeling of vengeance presume to defile/ The cause, or the men, of" this place

Final scores:

Bruce Alicia Michael
$789 $28,000 $2,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $28,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Alicia Michael
$15,200 $11,800 $3,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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