Show #4968 - Wednesday, March 29, 2006


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Dustin Burke, a graduate student from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ed Lewis, an attorney from Los Angeles, California

Ben Goggins, a retired marine biologist from Tybee Island, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally--we'll give his role. You name the film for...)
    $200 16
Chapter 13 of this classic novel is called "Another View of Hester"
    $200 21
A total of 22 means you've gone "bust" in this card game
    $200 26
It's the landmark seen here in typical fog
    $200 11
The American Heritage Dictionary calls this pronoun the most famous feature of Southern dialects
    $200 6
Knothead & Splinter are the nephew & niece of this cartoon bird produced by Walter Lantz
    $200 1
"Family" man Don Vito Corleone
    $400 17
He published the first 4 of his fairy tales in an 1835 pamphlet; "The Tinder Box" was among them
    $400 22
It's the most expensive property in the U.S. version of Monopoly
    $400 27
If you're nosing around the landmark seen here, we knows you knows you're in this state
    $400 12
A state capital since 1849, it showed Southern hospitality in 2005 as its population grew by 50% after Katrina
    $400 7
1969 rock festival site
    $400 2
Terry Malloy, who could've been a contender
    $600 18
Nicodemus Frapp is a narrow-minded evangelist in "Tono-Bungay", a 1909 novel by this author of "The Time Machine"
    $600 23
On a basic playing board in this matching game, the numbers range from B-1 to O-75
    $600 28
Oddly, Olivier & Handel lie in this area of Westminster Abbey, along with Browning & Tennyson
    $600 13
The Mississippi's oldest operating steamboat is this type of Southern lady "of Louisville"
    $600 8
A heavyset rodent common in northern North America
    $600 3
Blanche's brother-in-law Stanley
    $800 19
This author of "The Good Earth" based the heroine of her 1938 novel "This Proud Heart" on herself
    $800 24
"Acey Deucey" is a variation of this board game that was introduced to Europe by the Arabs
    $800 29
Dating back to the 16th century, it's his namesake cathedral seen here
    $800 14
The name of a popular Southern liquor brand, it's also the state game bird of Alabama
    $800 9
On an orchestral score, the music for this instrument group is at the top
    $800 4
Col. Kurtz, who lives in the heart of darkness
    $1000 20
In Wonderland, Alice comes across a large one of these with a snooty caterpillar atop it
    $1000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew uses sticks to toss a hoop back and forth with Kelly at Old World Wisconsin.) The 19th-century game we're playing got this name, because it taught players to have these; you might be in somebody's good ones
    $1000 30
The 630-foot-high landmark seen here was designed by this European architect
    $1000 15
Scenic traces include one along Lake Pontchartrain & a 500-mile one from Nashville to this city
    $1000 10
He's the Washington journalist & "Jeopardy!" stalwart seen here
    DD: $500 5
Johnny, leader of the Black Rebels

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

Ben Ed Dustin
$2,200 $4,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Ed Dustin
$6,400 $4,100 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will end in the letter O.)
    $400 11
On March 10, 1876 he spoke by telephone to Thomas Watson
    $400 16
Phil Collins, Ted Nugent & The Fat Boys hit the Sunshine State on this '80s cop show
    $400 6
A 1912 gift from Japan, the Yoshino species of this tree is found in great abundance by the Jefferson Memorial
    $400 21
A hilarious bee product
    $400 26
20 paintings by this man, including the one seen here, were stolen briefly from the Stedelijk Museum in 1991
    $400 1
Cryst & Krispo were potential names for this brand of shortening
    $800 12
Nationalists from this Commonwealth attacked the U.S. Capitol March 1, 1954, injuring 5 representatives
    $800 17
Legendary singer Eartha Kitt was just purr-fect as this "Batman" villainess
    $800 7
In 1963 Louisiana chose this "bald" tree native to the swamps & wetlands as its state tree
    $800 22
A thin pancake with a Concord fruit filling
    $800 28
This Spaniard's portrait of the Duke of Wellington was stolen from the U.K. in 1961
    $800 2
George Blaisdell invented this lighter in 1932
    $1200 13
On March 29, 2004 Latvia & 6 other ex-Communist nations joined this organization
    $1200 18
This country star became a sitcom grandma at the end of her first season on the WB
    DD: $2,000 8
(Jon of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the World Forestry Center in Oregon.) The familiar North American broad-leafed trees are mainly this type, from the Latin for "falling off"
    $1200 23
A malt beverage like O'Doul's with little or no alcohol
    $1200 30
$300 million worth of art was stolen from the Gardener Museum including the only marine painting by this Dutchman
    $1200 3
Fido knows that Robert Hunsicker created this dog food brand
    DD: $2,000 14
On March 10, 1629 this king dissolved Parliament, leading to his eventual downfall & demise
    $1600 19
Going from Salt-N-Pepa to Dr. Pepa, the musician was in the house counseling Janice Dickinson on this VH1 reality show
    $1600 9
This shrub produces clusters appropriately called catkins said to resemble kittens climbing up the twig
    $1600 24
An acrid-tasting deep-fried cake full of corn or crab
    $1600 27
NYC's largest art theft happened in 1988 & saw the loss of 2 of this Renaissance friar's masterpieces
    $1600 4
Models of this car brand include the Metro & the Storm
    $2000 15
In March 1967 Robert Kennedy came up with a nifty Vietnam peace plan, but this Secretary of State rejected it
    $2000 20
Hey, now! Elvis Costello sold Hank Kingsley a lemon of a sports car on this HBO comedy
    $2000 10
This shrub whose name is from Greek for "rose tree" is among the many plants growing on Himalayan slopes
    $2000 25
An ever so tiny piece of the hepatic organ
    $2000 29
The august painting seen here by this Frenchman was stolen from Paris, along with 8 others, in 1985
    $2000 5
You'll go really fast in this swimwear brand worn by Olympic gold medalists

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Ed Dustin
$20,800 $5,700 $10,400
(lock-tie game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This play ends with 1 character asking, "Well? Shall we go?"; the other replies, "Yes, let's go", but they do not move

Final scores:

Ben Ed Dustin
$21,800 $5,200 $11,401
2-day champion: $46,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Ed Dustin
$22,000 $6,200 $10,400
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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Game tape date: 2006-03-07
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