Show #5036 - Monday, July 3, 2006

Contestants

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Judy Rudnick, a physician from Honolulu, Hawaii

Mike Pesca, a reporter from New York, New York

Susannah Jacobson, a communications assistant from Madison, Wisconsin (whose 1-day cash winnings total $37,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL PEOPLE
SEANs, SHAWNs & SHAUNs
A MIGHTY WIND
HULL OF FAME
NO. 1 U.S. BABY NAMES
"SMALL" TIME
    $200 27
The first person to see Jesus after he arose from his tomb was this woman
    $200 1
In several "SNL" parodies, Will Ferrell played me & Darrell Hammond impersonated him
    $200 18
In 1951 they called the wind this in "Paint Your Wagon", but Ms. Carey might challenge the spelling
    $200 6
This ship, Columbus' favorite, made at least 5 trips to the New World
    $200 16
Hail this name, full of grace; from the 1880s all the way through the 1950s, it was the No. 1 baby girl name
    $200 8
In L.A. County you can sue for no more than $7,500 in this court
    $400 28
Elijah's prophecy that dogs would eat this wicked woman was fulfilled in 2 Kings
    $400 2
This "Dead Man Walking" actor also starred in "Shanghai Surprise"
    $400 19
In April 1934 Mt. Washington had a wind gust reach 201 of this unit equal to 1 nautical mile per hour
    $400 7
The captain of this spectral ship is condemned to sail the seas until Judgment Day unless he is saved by love
    $400 17
About 4 1/4% of 1960s baby boys were named this, whether they rowed the boat ashore or not
    $400 12
Young fish or young children
    $600 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a vineyard.) The first Biblical man who plants a specific crop, in Genesis he planted a vineyard & promptly drank too much wine
    $600 3
Brother to Keenan Ivory & Damon
    $600 29
2-word "aeronautical" term for the strong, generally westerly winds in the Earth's upper troposphere
    $600 14
This boat famously sank in Lake Superior in 1975
    $600 20
Perhaps a "Giant" acting icon helped this be the most popular name for 1950s boys
    $600 13
In a hymn by Cecil "Fanny" Alexander this line follows "All things bright and beautiful"
    DD: $1,600 25
This apostle, an effective missionary, is sometimes called the "second founder" of Christianity
    $800 4
He's Fox News Channel's conservative counterpart to the more liberal Alan Colmes
    $800 30
It has a low-pressure center & circular wind motion; the Coney Island ride opened June 26, 1927 is much more fun
    $800 15
Later fired as governor of New Zealand for defending Maori claims, Robert FitzRoy captained this survey ship
    $800 21
So far, the fave name for girls in the 2000s is this; we're sure an etiquette expert would approve
    $800 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds up a world map.) The alliterative, somewhat counterintuitive term for a map of a large area at 1 to more than 1 million
    $1000 26
He's the elder of Isaac & Rebekah's twin sons
    $1000 5
He played a teen detective on TV's "The Hardy Boys"
    $1000 11
Volkswagen aficionados know this hot, dusty wind that blows from North Africa & affects Southern Europe
    $1000 23
In a famous naval battle of 1779, it was the ship that defeated the Serapis
    $1000 22
This name of Shylock's daughter was the favorite name for 1980s & '90s girls
    $1000 9
In 1863 Abe Lincoln came down with varioloid, a mild form of this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Susannah Mike Judy
$1,400 $4,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Mike Judy
$4,200 $3,800 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
WE LOVE BROADWAY
VICE PRESIDENTIAL MONOGRAMS
(Alex: You have to identify the vice president--we don't need the full name.)
LITERARY CHARACTERS
THE U.S. CENSUS
3 Es FOR ME!
(Alex: ...and each correct response will contain three "E"s.)
    $400 12
Marine biologists call this gelatinous invertebrate of class Scyphozoa & Hydrozoa a medusa
    $400 3
It was tempting to go shoeless to the 2006 revival of this Neil Simon comedy about newlyweds
    $400 24
HHH
    $400 7
Brom Bones freaks this man out by telling him the tale of the headless horseman
    $400 13
This city has the largest Hispanic, Asian & African-American populations in the U.S.
    $400 1
In grave terms, it's from the Greek for "sleeping place"
    $800 19
The African rock species of this is the continent's longest snake, reaching more than 25 feet in length
    $800 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is upstaged by a chandelier in the Majestic Theatre in New York.) A real accident at the Paris Opera House in 1896 inspired the famous falling chandelier in this musical
    $800 25
AAG
    $800 8
The characters of "Murder in the Cathedral" include Becket, 3 priests &--uh-oh--4 of these noble soldiers
    $800 17
The first U.S. census counted 3.9 million people, which is also the current population of this U.S. commonwealth
    $800 18
To withdraw formally from an alliance, as from a political union
    $1200 21
3 flightless birds are native to the South Pacific: the kiwi, the cassowary & this one in Ausralia
    $1200 5
There are gory goings-on in "The Lieutenant of Inishmore", a black comedy set in this country's Aran Islands
    $1200 20
JDQ
    $1200 9
In this Dostoyevsky novel, it was Raskolnikov, in the apartment, with a hatchet
    $1200 14
The Census Bureau became an agency of this Cabinet department in 1913 after it was split with labor
    $1200 28
A genealogical table or record of a purebred animal
    DD: $1,600 22
The greater long-nosed species of this is found only in the rain forest & usually has 7 or 8 bands, not 9
    $1600 2
Love means never having to say you're sorry you saw this movie actress make her stage debut in "Festen" in 2006
    $1600 26
STA
    $1600 10
Updike described his "white face, the pallor of his blue irises, and a nervous flutter under his brief nose"
    $1600 15
Of the 1 million immigrants admitted to the U.S. in 2002, only 422 settled in this "Treasure State"
    $1600 29
A title of honor, applied to cardinals (more for Rome than Arizona)
    $2000 23
This hairy "ursine" caterpillar grows into the Isabella tiger moth
    $2000 6
Hey there! Harry Connick, Jr. donned sleepwear for the 2006 revival of this hit musical
    $2000 27
WFM
    $2000 11
Edwin Reardon is a struggling writer in George Gissing's "New" this "Street" associated with hack writing
    DD: $3,400 16
For 19 years in a row, it has had the highest- percentage population increase of any state
    $2000 30
French term for the neckline of a dress cut low in the front & often across the shoulders

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Mike Judy
$9,400 $11,200 $4,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-WINNING SINGERS
2 of the 4 people who've had a Billboard No. 1 pop album & also won a regular acting Oscar

Final scores:

Susannah Mike Judy
$18,800 $3,524 $4,600
2-day champion: $56,001 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susannah Mike Judy
$9,400 $11,400 $6,200
18 R,
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,000

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