Show #4990 - Friday, April 28, 2006


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Lisa Izes, a rabbi from New York, New York

Fred Schultz, a database programmer from Albuquerque, New Mexico

Don Minyard, a forensic accountant from Hoover, Alabama (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

1980s TV
    $200 2
When Linda Evans decided to leave this series, her character Krystle Carrington slipped into a coma
    $200 23
He was a congressman from 1853 to 1855, then returned to NYC & organized his "ring"
    $200 20
Minimum age to be eligible to be U.S. president
    $200 9
More common in women than men, these swollen & twisted veins can be a real pain in the leg
    $200 7
St. Cadoc founded the monastery of Llancarfan in this country
    $200 1
Send a fax & tell me it's short for this word
    $400 3
In 1982 Carol Kane won an Emmy for the "Simka Returns" episode of this sitcom
    $400 25
In 1931 Salvatore Maranzano took this Mafia title, Capo di Tutti Capi in Italian; 4 months later, it was so long, Sal
    $400 21
Number of permanent teeth in an adult human mouth
    $400 10
More than 300,000 hip fractures annually can be attributed to this porous bone disease
    $400 8
English-born St. Boniface became Bishop of Mainz & is known as the Apostle of this country
    $400 11
A mental ability, perhaps to help one join a university teaching staff
    $600 4
We salute you if you know the Dukes of Hazzard raced about in a souped-up Dodge Charger called this
    DD: $1,800 26
The Kansas City political machine of Boss Tom Pendergast launched the career of this future president
    $600 22
In 1899 Smith & Wesson introduced the Model 10 gun that fires this special caliber
    $600 18
(Kelly of the Clue Crew types away.) Using a keyboard like this one may reduce the risk of a painful condition, abbreviated CTS
    $600 15
The man born Theodore Kolyshov was later known as Philip of this capital
    $600 12
A dissenting minority within a larger group
    $800 5
We saw Murphy Brown go on the air in 1988 as the star reporter for this fictitious TV newsmagazine
    $800 27
James Curley inspired the novel "The Last Hurrah" as a political boss & mayor of this city
    $800 29
Number of "Steps" in a Hitchcock thriller from 1935
    $800 19
Caused by deposits, it affects the large joint of the big toe but can also occur in the hands & wrists
    $800 16
Born in Normandy, St. Jean de Brebeuf was martyred in 1649 as a missionary in what's now this country
    $800 13
7-letter term for a small & often unimportant bit of information
    $1000 6
For much of the '80s, Julie Harris played Lilimae Clements, Valene's mom on this nighttime soap
    $1000 28
Named for founder Carlo, it's the crime family of which John Gotti was boss
    $1000 30
A standard piano has 52 white keys & this many black ones
    $1000 24
Bursitis of the shoulder is often treated with injections of this hormone, from the Latin for "bark"
    $1000 17
Augustine of Canterbury died around 605; William of this other archbishopric, 550 years later
    $1000 14
From the Latin for "do everything", it's somebody employed to do a variety of jobs for someone else

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

Don Fred Lisa
$800 $3,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Fred Lisa
$3,000 $5,600 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the author who created each piece of unreal estate in...)
(Alex: Each response, of course.)
(Alex: Each response will contain those letters in that order.)
    $400 6
In 1919 the impish Marcel Duchamp repainted this Leonardo work & added a mustache & goatee
    $400 1
It's the 1972 film with the timeless line "Leave the gun. Take the cannoli"
    $400 16
The Nov. 1, 1984 obituary for this woman noted that she "presided over the world's most populous democracy"
    $400 11
Baskerville Hall
    $400 20
A female horse under the age of 4, or a lively lass
    $400 30
A specialist in the science of life; on "Seinfeld", George claimed to be a marine one
    $800 7
Yves Klein found this heavenly color a symbol of pure spirit & made works that were just a field of it
    $800 2
This 1968 film informed us, "Not many people know it, but the Fuhrer was a terrific dancer"
    $800 17
His 1870 obit noted his 1861 resignation from the army & that he "immediately betook himself to Richmond"
    $800 12
    $800 22
Nickname of Mr. Carmichael who wrote "Georgia On My Mind" & "Two Sleepy People"
    $800 26
Shining brightly, or having great intelligence
    $1200 8
The painting seen here from 1912 isn't by Picasso, so it must be by him
    $1200 3
This 1980 pic:
"I did join the Army, but I joined a different army. I joined the one with the condos & the private rooms"
    $1200 18
Part of this Egyptian's 1981 obit included, "...he was willing to ignore past Arab-Israeli hatreds"
    $1200 13
    $1200 23
The tagline for this Brad Pitt movie based on Chuck Palahniuk's novel is "Mischief, mayhem, soap"
    DD: $5,800 27
Lincoln famously compared these 2 items, saying one was "stronger than" the other
    $1600 9
For works using 3-dimensional colored materials, Archipenko combined the name of this art form with painting
    $1600 4
"I'll be taking these Huggies & whatever cash you got" is from this 1987 pic
    DD: $2,000 19
In a 1936 obit, a pupil said of her, "I pray for strength to endure the silent dark until she smiles upon me again"
    $1600 14
East Egg
    $1600 24
Short term for a rotating device that keeps orientation regardless of the movement of its base
    $1600 28
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows off her skills as a movie producer.) This film technique demonstrated here can be used to create a dramatic effect
    $2000 10
Long after his Fauvist days, he designed a chapel at Vence, from stained glass down to the vestments
    $2000 5
From 1978:
"...Nothing is over until we decide it is! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?... No!"
    $2000 21
A 1950 obit of this female poet said, "Greenwich Village & Vassar plus a gypsy childhood on the rocky coast of Maine"
    $2000 15
Gopher Prairie
    $2000 25
One chapter of this Dumas book is entitled "The Secret Cave"; another is "The Pardon"
    $2000 29
From the Latin for "waging war", it means aggressively hostile

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Fred Lisa
$13,200 $20,400 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In November 2005 leaders of Spain & France joined in celebrating the 50th anniversary of this country's independence

Final scores:

Don Fred Lisa
$10,400 $14,399 $5,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,399 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Don Fred Lisa
$8,200 $19,200 $5,200
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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