Show #5041 - Monday, July 10, 2006

Contestants

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David Nikithser, a project manager from Hightstown, New Jersey

Hanna Miller, a fitness trainer and culinary historian from Asheville, North Carolina

Rich Small, an IT programmer from Kent, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BRITISH MILITARY
BOBBLEHEAD REVISITED
SAMES NAMES AS THE JACKSON 5
STUPID ANSWERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
HIDDEN U.S. STATES
(Alex: A state will be hidden inside the clue; the letters will be in order.)
    $200 26
Though lower-deck sailors were seldom made officers, Thomas Lyne rose to "rear" one of these
    $200 21
Current job of the actor who played the character seen here in three films
    $200 4
First name of the actor who in 1972 said, "I'll make him an offer he can't refuse"
    $200 8
This novel ends, "Before the night has come, have I lived to see the last warrior of the wise race of the Mohicans!"
    $200 3
Alfred Eisenstaedt's best-known image is a V-J day photo of a sailor kissing a girl at this NYC locale
    $200 1
Give an East Indian a cow & he won't eat it
    $400 27
The youngest of the 3 British services, it had almost a million personnel by the end of WWII
    $400 22
The smiling guy seen here is the mascot of this popular magazine
    $400 5
Dude, you're getting this first name of the founder of Dell Computer Corp.
    $400 9
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from a waterfront.) This New England city got its name in the 1650s because its citizens said, "We're at the river's mouth, and our port is as good as any"
    $400 7
This piscene-named 8mm lens can take in a 180-degree angle of view
    $400 2
Using Gore-Tex as infant wear will keep your babies dry
    $600 28
The navy was put in charge of this alphanumeric spy service; that's why James Bond is sometimes called "Commander"
    $600 23
Whether bobbling or not, this title movie character gave us a frighteningly close encounter
    $600 11
Country music's Mr. Travis knows it's a term for lustful or lecherous but he's too polite to say so
    $600 10
In 1501 Venetian printers began using the moveable type of this to print music
    $600 16
This businessman revolutionized photography in 1885 by selling roll film using a paper base
    $600 6
Face it: audio wasn't as good on Grandma's gramophone
    DD: $800 29
The army's 8th & 39th infantry brigades are in this part of the U.K. to help defeat terror & maintain order
    $800 24
This fictional mountaineer headed for the Hills way back in 1962
    $800 12
Assumed last name of the Secretary-General of the Yugoslav Communist Party during WWII
    $800 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from on horseback.) The most famous stud farm for this breed of horse is in the region of Najd, Saudi Arabia
    $800 17
This box whose name is Latin for "dark chamber" was used to produce large images before photography
    $800 19
Linguistically, did ahoy enter the English language directly from sailors?
    $1000 30
The amphibious "Royal" these date back to the 1600s & got a commando force in 1942, in time for D-Day
    $1000 25
In 2002, the bobblehead guy seen here was inducted into the Hall of Fame for this sport
    $1000 13
I think you'll find this first name of "The Whole Woman" author Greer is pertinent to the conversation
    $1000 15
Hyphenated last name of sculptor Raymond, the brother of artists Marcel Duchamp & Jacques Villon
    $1000 18
This type of photography captures electromagnetic discharges surrounding living things
    $1000 20
Mama inexplicably burned the family dinner

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

Rich Hanna David
$2,000 $3,000 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Hanna David
$1,800 $3,200 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

LIFE SCIENCE
HOME RUN SLUGGERS
BIO SUBJECTS
TALKING TURKEY
THE 2005 FORTUNE 500
(Alex: We're dealing with companies, here.)
"TAB" HUNTERS
    $400 4
Ganglia, gorups of cell bodies of these nerve cells, are outside the vertebrate central nervous system
    $400 1
In 1998 & 1999 this Cardinals first baseman hit a total of 135 home runs, a 2-season record
    $400 16
"Obsessive Genius" explores "the inner world of" this female scientist who died of the effects of radiation
    $400 19
Because Turkey's largest body of water, Lake Van, has this quality, its only animal life is a fish called the darekh
    $400 7
This Redmond, Washington mega-corporation clicked in at 48, one spot ahead of Intel
    $400 11
Famous hot sauce
    $800 5
A haploid nucleus contains 1 of each type of chromosome; this is the term for a nucleus with 2 of each
    $800 2
As of opening day 2006, Carlos Delgado is the last to hit this record-tying number of homers in a game
    $800 17
Michael Eric Dyson analyzes this real man, not just his image as mythic minister & leader, in "I May Not Get There with You"
    $800 20
Turks don't eat much turkey; they call it "hindi" because they believe it originated here
    $800 10
"Nobody doesn't like" this Chicago-based food co., No. 111, but we don't not prefer to use proper grammar, too
    $800 12
An inscribed stone, or sheets of writing paper fastened together
    DD: $1,100 6
Myogenic means related to this type of tissue: the heart's myogenic beating continues even without nerve impulses
    $1200 3
This Cub was the only man to hit more than 60 home runs in a season & not win a league title; it happened 3 times
    $1200 18
"Cowboy Princess" describes life as the daughter of this famous film & TV couple
    $1200 25
In Turkish the Asian portion of Turkey is called Anadolu; in English, it's Asia Minor or this
    $1200 23
Ken Jennings should be well aware this accounting firm founded by 2 brothers landed at 467
    $1200 13
A vivid, picturesque display
    $1600 27
Rhizo- refers to this part of a plant; the rhizosphere is the soil around it
    $1600 8
This Yankees centerfielder of the '50s & '60s holds the career record for home runs in the World Series, with 18
    $1600 21
Joseph J. Ellis' biography of this 18th century man is called "His Excellency"
    $1600 28
At school the young man later known as Ataturk received this nickname meaning "the perfect one"
    $1600 24
Let's see, I need 127 gallons of OJ, 5,050 rolls of paper towels & 4 computers... I'm off to this company, No. 28
    $1600 14
Musical notation indicating hand positions
    $2000 30
(Jon of the Clue Crew cuts a dashing figure in his lab coat.) The reaction that makes human skin tan & the reaction that turns a cut fruit brown are catalyzed by the same one of these, called tyrosinase
    $2000 9
On July 15, 2005 this Oriole became just the fourth player to reach 3,000 hits & 500 home runs in a career
    DD: $1,500 22
"Niccolo's Smile" says that this Italian thinker did not behave in the cunning way now associated with his name
    $2000 29
Dropping the first letter from Izmir, Homer's supposed birthplace, will help you detect this former name of the city
    $2000 26
It may be a "Wild Kingdom" out there, but at 491, this corporation isn't afraid to insure it
    $2000 15
A 2-word Latin term for the human mind at birth, it literally means "clean slate"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Hanna David
$7,800 $9,600 $19,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ISLANDS
Of the world's 10 largest islands, 3 belong all or in part to Indonesia & 3 belong to this country

Final scores:

Rich Hanna David
$6,800 $1 $18,799
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rich Hanna David
$7,800 $9,600 $20,400
10 R,
2 W
16 R,
3 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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