Show #4296 - Monday, April 14, 2003

Brian Weikle game 3.
Brian sets a new single-day cash winnings record of $52,000 and a new regular play cash winnings record of $104,800.


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Phillip Steele, a security officer from Los Angeles, California

Maura O'Keefe, a legal assistant from West Roxbury, Massachusetts

Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $52,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This ringed planet is the farthest one from earth that can be seen with the naked eye
    $200 26
20 years before "Murphy Brown", her play "The Freezer" was named one of "the Best Short Plays of 1968"
    $200 8
No money, no goods:
    $200 13
Giving herself a wavy look with a home one of these--if it doesn't work, she may not come out for days
    $200 3
After an all-night negotiation led to a settlement, Tom Glavine revealed, "There is no strike" in this sport
    $200 2
Frank Zappa's daughter thinks "Good Times" comic Jimmie is "Dy-no-mite!" & becomes this, like Buzz Aldrin
    $400 4
It's actually too small to influence other planets' orbits, the theory that led to its discovery
    $400 27
Jason Miller wrote & starred in a 1997 play about this actor nicknamed "The Great Profile"
    $400 9
A first sale of stock on the open market:
    $400 18
Soothing her tired eyes with slices of this veggie that's popular in British tea sandwiches
    $400 22
After that pretzel incident, she said, "You will be glad to know the president is practicing safe snacks"
    $400 14
Sen. Rodham Clinton conquers Sir Edmund who conquered Everest & becomes...
    $600 5
With thick clouds reflecting lots of light, this planet was once known as Lucifer & Phosphorus
    $600 28
(Hi. I'm Paula Cale of Providence.) I originated the role of Suzanne in the play "Picasso at the Lapin Agile", written by this "wild & crazy guy"
    $600 10
Pertaining to a fictitious name:
    $600 19
Improving her pedicure with this object made using ground corundum
    $600 23
A former senator from Tennessee, he quipped in 2002, "I am concerned about the economy. I was the first one laid off"
    $600 15
If actress Lange of "Peyton Place" turned on the "Heartlight" of singer Neil, she'd have this jewel of a name
    $800 6
Astrologers say that when this "Planet of Communication" goes retrograde, stuff on Earth falls apart
    $800 29
Now best remembered as a playwright, in his day he was famous for playing the ghost of Hamlet's father
    $800 11
Furnisher of financial data on Wall St.:
    DD: $3,000 20
Using a pumice stone to do this to her skin, from the Latin for "to strip leaves"
    $800 24
Prodded about possible insider trading, she remarked on national TV, "I want to focus on my salads"
    $800 16
Ms. Khan, once the lead singer of Rufus, feels for Senator Trent & gets this sweet name
    $1000 7
This planet's day is almost exactly the same as ours--24 hours, 37 minutes
    $1000 30
This British actress seen here based the heroine of her play "The Mandrake Root" on her mother, Rachel Kempson
    $1000 12
A salary increase in response to inflation:
    $1000 21
Using this Jergens brand's strips to clean out her pores -- I wouldn't go in right now
    $1000 25
Regarding Mick Jagger's knighthood, he scoffed, "It's a paltry honor... hold out for the Lordship, mate"
    $1000 17
Ms. Frontiere, owner of the Rams, marries Lucrezia's brother Cesare & gets this rhyming name

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

Brian Maura Phillip
$6,200 -$600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Maura Phillip
$15,600 -$600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from on location.) I'm in this famous urban area that covers 843 acres & boasts a skating rink & a zoo
    $400 26
In 1962 Anthony Quinn played a fierce Bedouin leader in this desert epic
    $400 1
Geppetto's occupation
    $400 20
Born in Connecticut in 1800, attacked a U.S. arsenal in 1859, hanged for treason the same year
    $400 8
The record for the largest one of these garden favorites was of the beefsteak variety & weighed 7 lbs., 12 ounces!
    $400 3
The ruins of the ancient city of Babylon are located just south of this capital city
    $800 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from on location.) I'm in this city at the site where Fort Dearborn was established in 1803; it's changed a bit since then
    $800 27
Anthony Quinn is best remembered for his role as this earthy title peasant in a film based on a Kazantzakis novel
    $800 2
What's gnu? Just another name for this large African antelope
    $800 21
The first woman executed by the U.S. government, Mary Surratt was hanged for her involvement in this crime
    $800 17
The first plant to receive a patent was the "New Dawn" species of this garden flower in 1931
    $800 4
The Salix babylonica seen here is commonly known by this "unhappy" name
    $1200 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from on location.) I'm on the slopes in the Arapaho National Forest in this state
    $1200 28
In this 1943 film "Incident", Anthony Quinn & Dana Andrews are mistakenly lynched by a mob
    $1200 9
Term for a tornado or whirlwind that occurs over a lake or ocean
    $1200 22
Cuauhtemoc, the last ruler of this empire, was hanged by Hernando Cortes
    $1200 18
There are Siberian, Dutch, and bearded varieties of this garden favorite
    $1200 5
Historians refer to the dispersion of these people after their Babylonian exile as "the Diaspora"
    $1600 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from on location.) I'm at a 1902 estate built by railroad mogul Henry Flagler in this state
    $1600 29
Kirk Douglas was Vincent Van Gogh & Anthony Quinn played Paul Gauguin in this artsy 1956 big screener
    DD: $2,000 10
It's the breed of dog seen here in a photo by William Wegman
    $1600 23
Benedict Arnold's co-conspirator, this British major was hanged as a spy on Oct. 2, 1780
    $1600 19
The Pascal variety of this crisp garden vegetable has nearly stringless stalks
    DD: $1,000 6
Following the capture of King Nabonidus in 539 B.C., this empire completed its conquest of Babylon
    $2000 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from on location.) I'm enjoying a cappuccino in this Roman piazza, known for its Baroque masterpieces
    $2000 30
In 1962 Quinn played this title criminal set free so that Christ could be crucified
    $2000 11
It's the German equivalent of a child prodigy
    $2000 24
More than 50 white people were slain during the slave rebellion led by this messianic leader hanged in 1831
    $2000 25
In 1924 the popular magazine originally known as Fruit, Garden, and Home became this
    $2000 7
Break the code to discover he was the sixth ruler of Babylon's Amorite dynasty

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Maura Phillip
$37,000 $1,400 $6,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

All of the mountains in the U.S. over 14,500 feet are in this state

Final scores:

Brian Maura Phillip
$52,000 $0 $12,700
3-day champion: $104,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Maura Phillip
$35,000 $1,400 $6,400
41 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
6 R,
3 W
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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Game tape date: 2003-01-28
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