Show #5051 - Monday, July 24, 2006

Celeste DiNucci game 3.

Contestants

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Margaret J. McCarthy, a retired attorney originally from Boston, Massachusetts

Erika Austin, a sociologist originally from Herndon, Virginia

Celeste DiNucci, a grad student from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

ROYAL DYNASTIES
COLLEGE SPORTS
THROW IT HERE
CAPITALISM
AMERICAN BUSINESS
"FREE" ENTERPRISE
    $200 1
England's Bloody Mary
(1553-1558)
    $200 26
NCAA basketball has its Final Four; this sport, its Frozen Four
    $200 16
Completes the proverb "People who live in glass houses shouldn't..."
    $200 11
This European capital is home to Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University
    $200 21
Johnson & Johnson has been "stuck on" this product for 85 years
    $200 6
It follows a foul in soccer
    $400 2
Mary, Queen of Scots
(1542-1567)
    $400 27
In 2002 Southern Cal quarterback Carson Palmer won this trophy; Iowa quarterback Brad Banks was second
    $400 17
To issue a challenge is to "throw down" this, like a medieval knight
    $400 12
Population 8 million, this capital & largest city in Africa was founded by the Fatimid Dynasty around 968 A.D.
    $400 22
In 1962 the Dayton Company hit the bull's-eye when it opened the first of these discount stores
    $400 7
Unconfined poultry
    $600 3
France's Louis XVI
(1774-1792)
    $600 28
In 1971 UCLA's Jimmy Connors won the NCAA tennis title; in 1978 John McEnroe won for this Pac-10 "Cardinal" school
    $600 18
Too bad when Hart Crane jumped ship his father couldn't throw him this, like the same-named candy he invented
    $600 13
Settled around 1824, it replaced Melbourne as the capital in 1927
    $600 23
The first brand of frozen orange juice concentrate undoubtedly took more than 60 seconds to develop
    $600 8
A professional sports athlete no longer under contract & who can thus sign with another team
    $800 4
Spain's Philip II
(1556-1598)
    $800 29
The athletic teams from Morehead State & Boston College share this nickname
    $800 19
From the Latin for "to speak from the belly", it's the art of throwing one's voice
    $800 14
The Nobel Museum in this capital lets visitors "see the dynamite, the mold & the books that changed the world"
    $800 24
In 2006 Research In Motion settled its patent lawsuit with NTP over this portable wireless communications device
    $800 9
Robert Frost said, "I'd as soon write" this type of poetry "as play tennis with the net down"
    $1000 5
China's Wanli
(1572-1620)
    $1000 30
This volatile Indiana basketball coach was fired in September 2000; in 2001 he returned to coaching with Texas Tech
    $1000 20
In 1915 he became the first president to attend the World Series & to throw out the first pitch during a Series game
    $1000 15
In 1857 Queen Victoria chose it as a North American national capital
    DD: $800 25
Once known for its bib overalls, this 2-word Wisconsin firm is now a leader in casual clothes for kids
    $1000 10
"Zone" on a battlefield where troops may shoot without requesting permission from a higher command

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

Celeste Erika Margaret
$6,000 -$200 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Celeste Erika Margaret
$6,600 $2,400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
20th CENTURY POP CULTURE
SHAKESPEARE PLAYS BY CHARACTER
FAMOUS LASS WORDS
"D" IN SCIENCE
PRONOUNS
    $400 2
In 1899 President McKinley took a turn in the Locomobile, a car made by Stanley & propelled by this
    $400 1
In '50s TV titles this word preceded "of Robin Hood", "of Sir Lancelot" & "of Superman"
    $400 3
Benvolio,
Balthasar,
Mercutio
    $400 9
Marie Curie said, "The importance of" this element "from the viewpoint of general theories has been decisive"
    $400 17
To remove poisonous substances, or to purge an addict's body of harmful substances
    $400 19
The pronoun that is formed by the last 3 letters of New York's capital
    $800 5
Andrew Jackson was one of the landowners who founded this Tennessee town overlooking the Mississippi in 1819
    $800 27
1984 best new artist Grammy winner heard here

"I said money /
Money changes everything..."
    $800 4
Hecate,
Caithness,
Donalbain
    DD: $1,200 10
In 1957 she said "Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us"
    $800 18
A direct current generator, or a person with lots of energy
    $800 20
The pronoun that is formed by the first 3 letters of the island where you'll find Haiti
    $1200 6
Victor Marie du Pont served as a captain of this state's volunteers in the War of 1812
    $1200 28
The first time blimp shots were part of a televised sporting event was in 1960 at this Miami venue
    $1200 13
Valtemand,
Osric,
Horatio
    $1200 11
In 1940 the future Queen Mother said she was almost glad this building was bombed; "I can look the East End in the face"
    $1200 24
The mountain ash & honey locust trees share this quality, as becomes evident in autumn
    $1200 21
The pronoun that is formed by the first 3 letters of the current monetary unit of Israel
    DD: $3,000 7
When this convened in May 1787, Adams was in London, Jefferson was in Paris & Patrick Henry refused to attend
    $1600 29
For 13 years Mike Douglas' national talk show came from this city; guests took 2-hour limo rides from NYC
    $1600 15
Olivia,
Viola,
Sir Toby Belch
    $1600 12
Explaining Christian Science, she wrote, "Disease is an experience of... mind. It is fear made manifest"
    $1600 25
Coulomb's law says the force between 2 charges is inversely proportional to the square of this
    $1600 22
Take 2 letters off Pyramus' lover & give this demonstrative pronoun found in many "Jeopardy!" clues
    $2000 8
Americans began to occupy this even before we could send Russia the $7.2 million we paid for it
    $2000 16
Don Pedro,
Don John,
Dogberry
    $2000 14
This anti-ERA crusader said, "The claim that American women are downtrodden... is the fraud of the century"
    $2000 26
About 1 hydrogen atom in 6,500 is this isotope
    $2000 23
Take 2 letters off a marshy outlet of a Louisiana lake to get this personal pronoun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Celeste Erika Margaret
$16,000 $5,600 $12,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-NOMINATED MOVIES
One of the 2 Best Picture nominees in which CBS newsman & "60 Minutes" producer Don Hewitt is a character

Final scores:

Celeste Erika Margaret
$25,601 $8,100 $12,000
3-day champion: $43,602 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Celeste Erika Margaret
$19,000 $5,600 $12,600
23 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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