Show #4687 - Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Contestants

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Alex Rubington, a marketing communication coordinator from Natick, Massachusetts

Jonathan Henke, a researcher from Berkeley, California

Joshua Allen, a student from North Hollywood, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $39,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE THINGS OF NATURE
FILM CRITICISM
WHAT A DISH!
THE 2004 ELECTIONS
ADVERTISING MASCOTS
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG
    $200 16
What little of this mammalian characteristic a hippopotamus has is mostly on its tail
    $200 11
In The New Yorker--"displays no trace of imagination, good taste or ingenuity... I say" this 1939 twister pic is "a stinkeroo"
    $200 21
Care for an hors d'oeuvre? How about this dish of raw, ground beef served with raw egg
    $200 1
On CNN's election map, it was the final color of Wyoming, Kansas & Alabama
    $200 6
He's the giraffe mascot for Toys 'R Us
    $200 26
If some bugger sticks his "plates of meat" in your face, be prepared to peruse these appendages
    $400 17
On many spiders, these respiratory organs have leaves like a book
    $400 12
"Repetitious and aimless as to seem to beg for oblivion", said John Simon of this 1977 Woody Allen film
    $400 22
The big difference between chop suey and this Chinese-American dish is that the latter is served with crispy noodles
    $400 2
In this key state, Kerry's edge in Trumbull County up North couldn't overcome Bush's lead in Warren down South
    $400 7
It's the animal that's represented one of the major TV networks since 1956
    $400 27
Oi, mate, this meal is your "tommy tucker"
    $600 18
Owls and sloths are noted for their ability to rotate this 270 degrees
    $600 13
John Simon, part deux: "O dull new world", this 1977 sci-fi blockbuster "is all as exciting as last year's weather reports"
    $600 23
Spanish name for a breakfast dish of fried corn tortillas topped with fried eggs & a layer of salsa
    $600 3
Voters okayed California's Prop 71, a bond measure to fund medical research using these
    $600 8
One of these critters is the mascot of the Hartford Insurance Company
    $600 28
Order a "pig's ear" if you want this beverage, old chap
    $800 19
Once fertilized, a female ant sheds these appendages
    $800 14
Though one critic dubbed it "Lassie in science fiction drag", this 1982 flick fared well at the box office anyway
    $800 24
"Joy of Cooking" recipes for this cut of beef include sweet & sour & tzimmis with potato knaidle
    $800 4
In South Dakota, John Thune unseated this Senate leader whom he accused of obstructionism
    $800 9
Name of the bull terrier "party animal" who endorsed Budweiser
    $800 29
If a holdup man demands your "sausage & mash" be prepared to give him this
    DD: $2,000 20
The largest single living animal cell on Earth is the yolk of this creature's egg
    $1000 15
One reviewer said, like this 1967 title duo themselves, "The film rides off in all directions and ends up full of holes"
    $1000 25
They're the red in red flannel hash
    $1000 5
Illinois made this self-described "skinny kid with a funny name" the fifth black senator ever elected
    $1000 10
You can make a cup of Nesquik quick as one of these creatures--its mascot
    $1000 30
If Prince Charles wants to put you in his "jam jar", don't worry; it's one of these

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

Joshua Jonathan Alex
$5,400 $1,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Jonathan Alex
$7,400 $5,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST
GUITAR PLAYER
WRITERS JOURNAL
COSMOPOLITAN
PARENTING
DAILY "BREAD"
    $400 26
Paris's Ile de la Cite is home to this structure many consider the birthplace of Gothic architecture
    $400 1
Jack Bruce, Sid Vicious & John Entwistle are all famous for playing this instrument
    $400 6
While writing "Crime and Punishment", he quickly penned "The Gambler" to meet a publisher's obligation
    $400 11
This metropolis' first high rise was the 482-foot Mitsui Kasumigaseki, completed in 1968
    $400 17
A talking cricket warns him, "woe to boys who refuse to obey their parents and run away from home!"
    $400 12
The principal money-earner in a family
    $800 27
Renzo Piano's Potsdamer Platz Project included a musical theatre near where this infamous structure stood
    $800 2
Eric Clapton may have gotten this nickname because it took him so long to change his guitar strings
    $800 7
Shortly after writing "Catriona", a sequel to "Kidnapped", he died on the island of Samoa
    $800 22
A granite cone called Sugar Loaf Mountain rises on a peninsula in Guanabara Bay in this cosmopolitan city
    $800 18
Even though your child's been good, you still might want to attend meetings of the PTA, which stands for this
    $800 13
Hansel & Gretel dropped a trail of these to find their way home; didn't work!
    $1200 28
This British architect's epitaph is "If you seek his monument, look around you"
    $1200 3
This guitarist with his own band is heard here playing lead on someone else's No. 1 hit
    $1200 8
In 1941, before taking her final dip, she wrote her sister Vanessa, "I am certain now that I am going mad again"
    $1200 23
Its original Spanish name translates to "The Town of the Queen of the Angels"
    $1200 19
Irish wit who quipped, "to lose one parent... may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness"
    $1200 14
An important cereal-growing region of a nation
    $1600 29
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands by an alcove with a fireplace in Oak Park, Chicago, IL.) It's the word for a cozy fireside nook; Frank Lloyd Wright designed this one with an Arts-and-Crafts influence
    $1600 4
In 1976 this guitarist's album "Breezin'" was the first to simultaneously top the jazz, R&B & pop charts
    $1600 9
Rejected in 1863 when its autos & subways seemed too fantastic, his "Paris au XXIeme Siecle" was finally published in 1994
    $1600 24
In this city you can walk a flight of 137 steps up to Trinita Dei Monti, a 15th C. French church built by Charles VIII
    DD: $2,500 20
This 1938 Nobel Literature Prize winner's parents were Presbyterian missionaries
    $1600 15
According to the Latin satirist Juvenal, that which was provided to placate the masses
    $2000 30
On architectural blueprints, "DD" refers to this type of "national" opening
    $2000 5
Last name of a famous Spanish classical guitarist born in 1893; it's also a province in Spain
    $2000 10
His 1898 letter to the president of France accused "the War Office of having led a vile campaign in the press"
    DD: $2,500 25
This city's Hofburg is the residence of President Heinz Fischer & home to the famous Spanish Riding School
    $2000 21
Chromosomes are inherited from both parents; only the father can provide the one designated by this letter
    $2000 16
These thin-sliced pickles are flavored with mustard, celery seeds, cloves & turmeric

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joshua Jonathan Alex
$17,400 $18,300 $13,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH ROYALTY
One of the 3 years in which 3 different kings reigned

Final scores:

Joshua Jonathan Alex
$0 $1,799 $6,800
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $6,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joshua Jonathan Alex
$17,400 $16,400 $13,000
25 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $46,800

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