Show #5046 - Monday, July 17, 2006

Contestants

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Scott Ahearn, an actor from the Bronx, New York

Jennifer Laam, a teacher from Studio City, California

Bruce Lin, a research scientist originally from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
12-LETTER WORDS
STATE FISH
INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
ESQUIRE'S DUBIOUS ACHIEVEMENTS 2005
PUT ME IN, COACH!
    $200 10
In the 1840s he opened a photographic portrait studio on Fulton & Broadway in New York City
    $200 1
Specific term for a person from 60 to 69 years old
    $200 6
A Massachusetts cape is named for this state fish, a valuable food source
    $200 7
In 1859 Martha Coston patented these devices that sailors could send into the sky to communicate
    $200 18
"You Know, Frank's Brother": he "announced that he will write, direct and star in Rocky VI"
    $200 15
I can't believe the ref called one of these on our goalie for elbowing, but I'm ready to go to the box & serve it
    $400 11
Carrie Chapman Catt succeeded this woman as president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association
    $400 2
To prepare a patient to return to normal life
    $400 21
The largemouth species of this fish is the state fish of Alabama, Florida, Mississippi & Georgia
    DD: $2,400 8
This device was first developed by Zenith in 1950 under the name "Lazy Bones"
    $400 19
This Russian president pocketed a Super Bowl ring being shown to him; Esquire speculated that he pawned it
    $400 24
Put me in as this substitute on the basepaths! I'll steal second before you know it
    $600 12
A flag with a red cross on it flies over her Glen Echo, Maryland home, now a National Historic Site
    $600 3
This curry-flavored soup takes its name from the Tamil for "pepper water"
    $600 25
Called a muskie for short, it's Wisconsin's state fish
    $600 9
One of the first of these was based on an inclined conveyor belt & used in a NYC elevated train station in 1900
    $600 20
"Actually, We're Gonna Go With 'Mr. Spears'": "Back then they called me K-Fed, but you can call me Daddy instead", he rapped
    $600 28
Coach, we need rebounds. I can lead us to the promised land like this Hall of Fame Rockets & Sixers center
    $800 13
We tell you no "tails": 19th c. astronomer George Phillips Bond discovered 11 of these celestial bodies
    $800 4
A part of the mind just under the surface from which feelings or thoughts can influence behavior
    $800 26
This largest species of salmon, Oregon's state fish, shares its name with an Indian tribe & may grow to 3 feet
    $800 16
In 1893 this German engineer published "The Theory and Construction of a Rational Heat Engine"
    $800 22
"If He's Not Careful, He's Going to Hurt His Reputation": this "Cinderella Man" threw a phone at a hotel worker
    $800 29
Put me in at quarterback! Wilson & I have been working on this old-time trick play named for a monument
    $1000 14
Civil War veteran Ira Dutton became Brother Joseph & helped Father Damien care for the lepers on this island
    $1000 5
From the German for "bell play", it's the metallic percussion instrument heard here
    $1000 27
South Dakota chose the walleye, while North Dakota chose the northern type of this fish
    $1000 17
Invented by Philip Drinker in the 1920s, this closed respirator is used by patients who can't breathe on their own
    $1000 23
"Awkward Moments of the Year": Mike Myers' Hurricane Relief Show appearance with this hip-hopper
    $1000 30
Put me in at this soccer position also called halfback--I can help on both offense & defense

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

Bruce Jennifer Scott
$5,000 $2,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Jennifer Scott
$7,000 $3,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

DINOSAURS
MOVIE TWINS
LITERARY TITLE PAIRS
WORLD CITIES
THE DICTIONARY
PUT ME IN COACH!
    $400 12
Many now think that unlike modern reptiles, dinosaurs were homeothermic, meaning this
    $400 2
In "Twins" Arnold Schwarzenegger played a genius fluent in 12 languages; this actor played his con man twin
    $400 7
1929:
"___ and the Fury"
    $400 1
In the 1860s a conference in this city led to a document on the treatment of those wounded in battle
    $400 20
A dictionary lists these for some words, like humor & drollery for wit
    $400 26
A Old Westerner fixin' to "go on" this didn't mean playing Hamlet, he meant travelling in a certain coach
    $800 13
Edmontosaurus, discovered in this Canadian province in 1917, was almost defenseless & was preyed upon by the T-rex
    $800 3
"It Takes Two" was inspired by Mark Twain's "The Prince and the Pauper" & starred these real-life twins
    $800 8
1960:
"___ and Ham"
    $800 17
The monument seen here is in the section of honor in this city's Central Cemetery
    $800 21
This -ology, the history of a word, appears in square brackets following the definition of the word
    $800 27
In 1886 this man whose name later joined with Chrysler put an engine in a coach from Stuttgart's Wimpff & Sohn
    $1200 14
Despite its great size, this "plated lizard" had a brain the size of a walnut
    $1200 4
In the 1980s Hayley Mills starred in 3 TV sequels to this 1961 Disney film in which she played twins Sharon & Susan
    $1200 9
1862:
"___ and Sons"
    $1200 18
The major city of southern Morocco, it was once called Morocco by Europeans
    $1200 22
Dictionaries use archaic for rare usages; this label refers to a sense of a word no longer in use, like "guess" for "aim"
    $1200 28
This service's Superliner car or coach has turn-down service in its fold-down upper berths
    $1600 15
This city's Carnegie Museum of Natural History has the first Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, found in 1902
    $1600 5
In this 2003 Farrelly Brothers film, one conjoined twin wants to act
    $1600 10
1903 drama:
"___ and Superman"
    $1600 19
The Kiyomizu Temple overlooks this former capital city
    $1600 23
The Random House Dictionary says that "most" for "almost" is this, an adjective that means "conversational"
    DD: $1,000 29
1920s buses from Safety Coach Lines of Muskegon, Mich. were known as these because of their color & sleekness
    DD: $2,500 16
This name of the ferocious predator seen in "Jurassic Park" means "one who seizes quickly"
    $2000 6
An Oscar nominee 10 times, she played twin sisters in 1946's "A Stolen Life" & 1964's "Dead Ringer"
    $2000 11
1961:
"___ and Zooey"
    $2000 24
When this Chilean city was founded, its name continued, "del Nuevo Extremo", or "of the new frontier"
    $2000 25
(Kelly of the Clue Crew struts her--"uh"--stuff.) In the 1947 American College Dictionary, Clarence Barnhart popularized this symbol for the unstressed vowel sound in words like "American"
    $2000 30
The royal this coach is seen here in a 19th century art work--whatever, it's probably all bills & other junk

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Jennifer Scott
$16,000 $10,400 $15,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

VARIETY HEADLINES
(Alex: Variety, the showbiz newspaper.)
The Variety headline when this couple married June 29, 1956 read, "Egghead Weds Hourglass"

Final scores:

Bruce Jennifer Scott
$31,801 $20,799 $31,699
2-day champion: $41,400 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bruce Jennifer Scott
$15,000 $10,400 $15,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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