Show #4969 - Thursday, March 30, 2006


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Doc Hamilton, an advanced customer care agent from Nashville, Tennessee

Barbara Watkins, a stay-at-home mom and attorney from Oak Park, Illinois

Ben Goggins, a retired marine biologist from Tybee Island, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $46,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
You were in my class as a manager trainee at this company's Hamburger University in Illinois
    $200 6
Much of this Rat Pack crooner's hard-drinking persona may have been just for the cameras
    $200 11
One reason for plowing is to aerate the soil, especially with this, making up about 1/5 of the air
    $200 1
You'll be "sky high" (naturally) at SkyCity Restaurant atop this Seattle landmark
    $200 26
Robert Bolt's play "A Man for All Seasons" is about the trials & tribulations of this man knighted in 1521
    $200 16
Hop over to this hare relative
    $400 22
You showed me pictures of your kids while we were delayed in Terminal 4 of this London airport
    $400 7
In the 1930s this "lightheaded" pitcher led the National League in strikeouts 4 times
    $400 12
The USDA's Risk Management Agency provides this, protecting against loss due to drought, hail & falling prices
    $400 2
The Adventuredome at this Vegas hotel spreads out over 5 acres; one of you "3, ring" in now
    $400 27
Knighted in 1585, from 1603 to 1616 he was imprisoned in the Tower of London & wrote his world history there
    $400 17
You can't make sauerkraut without this vegetable
    $600 23
If I wore my serape, it might refresh your memory of our meeting in Saltillo in this country
    $600 8
The then-new fad of skateboarding was celebrated in this duo's 1964 hit song "Sidewalk Surfin'"
    $600 13
A round type of this structure, with the silo inside it, was popular in the early 1900s; it's rare now
    DD: $1,000 3
Anytime the head or tail of this Danish statue is vandalized, it's repaired using the original 1913 mold
    $600 28
Following the release of his masterpieces "Rob Roy" & "The Heart of Midlothian", he was made a baronet in 1820
    $600 18
From the Hebrew for "day of rest", for most Christians it occurs on Sunday
    $800 24
We were stationed together with the III Corps Artillery at Fort Sill in this state
    $800 9
It doesn't take a sausage to know that this country singer took "Big Bad John" to No. 1 in 1961
    $800 14
Starting in 1939, the Haughley Experiment tested this type of farming, based on natural pesticides & fertilizers
    $800 4
In Venice you're sitting by this famous square if you're sipping an espresso at Florian's, est. 1720
    $800 29
This director of "Doctor Zhivago" was directed to pick up a knighthood in 1984
    $800 19
It surrounds Jamaica
    $1000 25
We had a wild time on the Reeperbahn in this second-largest German city
    $1000 10
This author's thrillers turned into films include "Phantoms" & "Demon Seed"
    $1000 15
As part of this plant family that can get nitrogen from the air, soybeans don't need nitrogen fertilizers
    $1000 5
When this country broke away from Ethiopia in 1993, Haile Selassie Avenue in the capital became Harnet Avenue
    $1000 20
It's the funky ape species seen here

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

Ben Barbara Doc
$7,200 $200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Barbara Doc
$8,800 $1,200 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give us the title of each progam in...)
    $400 7
In "The Periodic Table" by Primo Levi, a Holocaust survivor, the last chapter is on this element on which life is based
    $400 12
On a teen drama, the upscale Newport Beach, as opposed to the downscale Chino
    $400 17
On Dec. 29, 1812 this U.S. ship nicknamed "Old Ironsides" defeated the British frigate Java off Brazil
    $400 24
It describes the cooking surface of a Teflon-coated frying pan
    $400 1
This movement began in 1950s Britain, but it's based on American mass media & advertising images
    $400 6
The inability to cooperate or coexist, it's grounds for divorce in some states
    $800 8
(Jon of the Clue Crew shows the periodic table on a monitor.) The columns on the periodic table are of atoms with the same configuration of these as they fill the atom's shell
    $800 13
Meredith, a surgical resident at Seattle's Grace Hospital
    $800 18
In 1812 Serbia was pushing for independence from this empire under Sultan Mahmud II
    $800 25
A 1990s pop group was called 4 Non these
    $800 2
Around 1450, with big commissions drying up, sculptors turned to these head-&-shoulders portrait pieces
    $800 20
This process that makes someone more U.S. citizen-like happens to "Emily" in the title of a William Huie novel
    $1200 9
Of 101, 111, 121 or 201, the highest atomic number of an element fully authenticated by the people who do that
    $1200 14
Jennifer Love Hewitt, who sees & talks (softly) to dead people
    $1200 19
This Mass. gov. signed a law to redistrict Essex County, ensuring a favorable majority in the legislature
    DD: $5,200 26
MLK Jr. said the "Gandhian emphasis on love and" this led him to the method for social reform that he'd been seeking
    $1200 3
Noun for a work in which ideas are personified, like the book "Pilgrim's Progress" or de Troy's "Time Unveiling Truth"
    $1200 21
The removal from land or a person of unwanted chemical or radioactive impurities
    $1600 10
In the table setting seen here, 50 is the atomic number & 118.7 is this
    $1600 15
Opening in 2005, a look back at some members of the high school class of 1986
    $1600 27
One type of geometry is called non-this, after a Greek mathematician
    $1600 4
This "Rake's Progress" satirist was a British patriot, as seen in his 1748 work "O the Roast Beef of Old England"
    DD: $2,000 22
The emission of light by living organisms like fireflies
    $2000 11
German Johann Dobereiner had diddled around with the patterns, but the periodic table was codified in this country
    $2000 16
The Philadelphia homicide squad that investigates old, unsolved crimes
    $2000 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a lab in NC State University, Raleigh, NC.) North Carolina State has a research center for fabrics that are bonded by heat or chemicals, in other words, non this
    $2000 5
The puzzling, distorted skull in his 1533 portrait "The Ambassadors" may refer to his name, meaning "hollow bone"
    $2000 23
The process of making 2 or more things work together in unison

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Barbara Doc
$7,200 $5,600 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She was the 31st person--& the first woman--to lie in state or honor in the U.S. Capitol

Final scores:

Ben Barbara Doc
$14,400 $1 $14,401
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,401

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Barbara Doc
$6,800 $7,600 $6,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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Game tape date: 2006-03-07
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