Show #4965 - Friday, March 24, 2006


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Louise Hauser, a food pantry supervisor originally from Brooklyn, New York

Lars Jacobsen, a teacher from Burlington, Vermont

Ed Angleton, a biochemist from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the film, of course.)
    $200 21
The evocatively named sticktight is one of these pet-tormenting parasites
    $200 1
"I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!"
    $200 6
Rhode Island is nicknamed "Little Rhody", & this state is "Little Ida"
    $200 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Harley-Davidson in Wisconsin.) This very first Harley from 1903 had a production run of 3; 3 was also the number of these units it put out, while today's bikes are often 125
    $200 13
One of the most famous fictional crimesolvers ever, he also played the violin & used cocaine
    $200 8
In city names, they can be Grand or Cedar
    $400 27
The Colorado type of this plentiful insect is the terror of potato growers
    $400 2
"Oh, no. It wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast"
    $400 7
The fabulous Hawaiian estate of heiress Doris Duke is now a tourist attraction near Diamond Head on this island
    $400 23
The 1960 "Topper" was Harley's version of this type of bike made by Italian companies like Vespa
    $400 15
About 63% of the people in U.S. federal prisons are there on offenses relating to these
    $400 9
A natural, friendly liking for someone based on mutual trust
    $600 28
The Viceroy butterfly does its best to look like this bad-tasting butterfly
    $600 3
"I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"
    $600 14
This Chicago cemetery is the final resting place of Mies van der Rohe, but not--despite its name--of Elvis
    $600 24
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Harley-Davidson in Wisconsin.) The 1990 "Fat Boy" featured in "Terminator 2" is a fitting model whose bikes go by this famous nickname
    $600 16
In the film "Bugsy" Ben Kingsley played this Jewish syndicate leader & founder of Murder, Inc.
    $600 10
Toronto pro team
    $800 29
Some solitary ones make their nests out of mud; social ones, usually from paper
    $800 4
"I'll have what she's having"
    $800 19
You don't have to be in spitting distance to know that N.C. has 3 official festivals; 2 of them honor this fruit
    $800 25
In 1980 Harley released a bike named for this Black Hills Motorcycle Rally site
    $800 17
Hanged in 1912, Thomas Jennings was the USA's first criminal convicted using this evidence unique to each of us
    $800 11
"I'm Not" this guy in a Tony Award-winning play from 1986
    DD: $1,000 30
A mosquito at this life stage is called a wriggler
    $1000 5
"They call me Mr. Tibbs!"
    $1000 20
Love was in the air in 1969 when this state adopted the tourism slogan that says it "is for lovers"
    $1000 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Harley-Davidson in Wisconsin.) This is a World War I-era Harley, like the ones this general's forces rode in pursuit of Pancho Villa
    $1000 18
On Sept. 26, 1933 he dropped his namesake gun & told the police, "I've been waiting all night for you"
    $1000 12
This archaic term for a mischievous or annoying child can also mean a rogue or scamp

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

Ed Lars Louise
$1,000 $4,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Lars Louise
$5,600 $6,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 3
In 1961 this country's P.W. Botha assumed his first cabinet position--Minister of Coloured Affairs
    $400 5
This actor married Ms. Taylor in 1964 (& was divorced from her in 1974)
    $400 21
    $400 11
Sho' nuff! He's the American author & cartoonist best known for "Li'l Abner"
    $400 26
In the 1600s Basho wrote a famous hard-to-translate haiku about this creature jumping into a pond
    $400 1
If you're schussing around on these, remember that their name comes from old Norse for "sticks"
    $800 4
Though his Fatah party lost in 2006 Palestinian elections, he remained president
    $800 6
This actor married Ms. Taylor in 1975 (& was divorced from her in 1976)
    $800 22
Buenos Aires
    $800 17
He wrote the immortal words "he took his Vorpal sword in hand: long time the manxome foe he sought"
    $800 27
The infamous Lowood School in this novel was based on a real school that Charlotte Bronte attended at age 8
    $800 2
The minute you walked in the joint, you knew the name of this body part was from the old English "elnboga"
    $1200 8
In 1984 Louis Gossett Jr. was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of this assassinated Egyptian leader
    $1200 7
Paul Simon's ex-father-in-law, he co-starred with Elizabeth in "BUtterfield 8"
    $1200 23
Washington, D.C.
    $1200 18
This turn-of-the-century magician's instruction manual for witches is known as "The Book of Shadows"
    $1200 28
This Jane Austen novel begins, "The family of Dashwood had been long settled in Sussex"
    DD: $1,200 14
It's no Greek myth: this big South American bird was probably named for the wife of Cronus
    $1600 9
Nana Sahib was an important leader of these rebels in 1857 India
    $1600 12
He was first elected as a Virginia senator in 1978
    $1600 24
    $1600 19
While in the service of Spain in 1542, this Portuguese explorer discovered California
    DD: $6,000 29
After Christian's death in an 1897 drama, this title character still acts as a platonic friend to the widow
    $1600 15
This word for what one often does to red wine before serving comes from a Latin word for an iron ring
    $2000 10
Indonesia's President Sukarno was the father of this woman who also became president of Indonesia
    $2000 13
Married in 1991, this construction worker... aw heck, either you know this guy or you don't
    $2000 25
    $2000 20
On July 18, 1938 he was questioned by police after a 28-hour, 13-minute airplane flight
    $2000 30
Tolstoy wrote this character's "life had been most simple and most ordinary and therefore most terrible"
    $2000 16
The name of this greenish patina that forms on copper comes from Old French for "green of Greece"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Lars Louise
$13,200 $3,600 $4,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

When Alexander Hamilton & James Monroe nearly met in a duel, this man interceded & defused the situation

Final scores:

Ed Lars Louise
$16,400 $600 $7,201
2-day champion: $25,599 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ed Lars Louise
$13,200 $9,600 $6,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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