Show #5103 - Wednesday, November 15, 2006

2006 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 6.
From Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

Contestants

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Harry Smith, a broadcast journalist from The Early Show

Miguel Ferrer, an actor from Crossing Jordan

Steve Schirripa, an actor from The Sopranos

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Jeopardy! Round

CROSSING JORDAN
WHAT'S ON THE TUBE?
FUHGETTABOUDIT
AROUND THE U.S.A.
CAN I BUY YOU A DRINK?
HEY, WHERE'D YOU "GO"?
    $200 7
The status of the 2,270-sq.-mi. area on this shore of the Jordan is contested by Palestinians & Israelis
    $200 1
Keith Carradine's role as Wild Bill Hickok on this series ended when Jack McCall killed Hickok
    $200 6
Want to marry this ex-wife of Burton, Todd, Hilton & Fisher? Fuhgettaboudit! She says she's staying single
    $200 14
North Little Rock is the sixth-largest city in this state
    $200 15
Cuba Libre is just a fancy name for plain old rum, a hint of lime & this
    $200 20
The Vezina Trophy is for hockey's best one of these
    $400 8
Deganya in the Jordan Valley is this type of Israeli collective settlement, the country's oldest
    $400 2
This veteran Pulitzer-winning film critic trades reviews with Richard Roeper
    $400 10
Trying to locate this country just to the east of the old Berlin Wall on a map? Fuhgettaboudit! It's gone
    $400 25
"I love" this city, America's biggest metropolis--doesn't everyone?
    $400 16
It's a little early in the day--maybe time for this champagne & orange juice cocktail
    $400 21
It's the type of dog seen here
    $600 9
East of the Jordan, the Ghor Canal has made orange groves spring up by doing this to once-barren land
    $600 3
In one episode of this comedienne's Bravo Channel show "My Life on the D-List", she auctioned off a stay in her home
    $600 11
Hoping to get on the Olympic team for this event where 2 sides pull on a rope? Fuhgettaboudit! Last held in 1920
    DD: $1,000 26
This small U.S. state is only about half the size of Delaware
    $600 17
A Scotch Manhattan, with scotch & sweet vermouth, usually goes by the name of this Scottish outlaw
    $600 22
This type of animal torments Bill Murray in "Caddyshack"
    $800 4
This cable channel's "Meerkat Manor" has been billed as "'All My Children' meets 'Wild Kingdom'"
    $800 12
Want to join this religion so you can have more than one spouse? Fuhgettaboudit! Canceled the practice in 1890
    $800 27
Any Texan can tell you that this city is "Big D"
    $800 18
You might enjoy this drink, classically made with equal parts of orange juice & peach schnapps
    $800 23
This large African animal (which did not torment Bill Murray in "Caddyshack") can make about 20 different sounds
    $1000 5
In June 2006 this movie channel premiered its first made-for-TV movie, "Broken Trail", starring Robert Duvall
    $1000 13
Hungry for food using this flavor enhancer abbreviated MSG? Fuhgettaboudit! Many places have stopped using it
    $1000 19
How about a martini or this identical cocktail garnished with an onion instead of an olive
    $1000 24
This 4-letter word means to spur, push or impel

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Steve Miguel Harry
$1,200 $2,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Miguel Harry
$3,800 $3,600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

FOOD IN HISTORY
THE SOPRANOS
NEW YORK IN THE MOVIES
SMITH
NON-COSMETIC SURGERY
NURSERY RHYME E.R.
    $400 2
A 19th c. duchess who felt faint in the afternoon began the British custom of serving tiny little cakes with this beverage
    $400 1
The Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel called this Vegas diva a "soprano geyser"; somehow, "My Heart Will Go On"
    $400 4
As this title superhero, Tobey Maguire spun his web across New York
    $400 9
The first Grammy for Best Rap Performance went to DJ Jazzy Jeff & this "Fresh Prince"
    $400 21
These masses of tissue in the throat, below the adenoids, fight infection but have to go if they become infected
    $800 3
Re-enactors still buy hardtack crackers from the G.H. Bent Co. of Mass., which supplied them for this 1860s war
    $800 11
"The Hills Are Alive" with the sound of this Oscar-winning soprano's voice, whether she's Victor or Victoria
    DD: $1,000 5
On a Manhattan morning, Audrey Hepburn admires the gems in a shop window while eating a roll in this film's opening
    $800 10
Betty Smith wrote about young Francie Nolan in her novel "A Tree Grows in" this New York City borough
    DD: $1,600 22
Though there is elbow-replacement surgery, the knees & this higher joint are the ones replaced most often
    $1200 12
This Roman emperor served his guests snow mixed with honey (& probably bored them with his fiddle-playing)
    $1200 15
Of her 1994 Xmas CD, USA Today said, this "Vision Of Love" diva had "a soprano that could unhinge St. Peter's gate"
    $1200 6
A classic Christmas movie is called "Miracle on" this Manhattan street
    $1200 18
Winston Smith is a writer of Newspeak for the Ministry of Truth in this George Orwell novel
    $1200 23
Removal of the gallbladder is the usual treatment for concretions better known as these
    $1600 13
It's said that this French emperor's chef created Chicken Marengo for him right on the battlefield
    $1600 16
Maria Jeritza must have been lovely to have Strauss write the role of this beauty of Troy for her--see for yourself
    $1600 7
This writer/director's New York-set films include "Manhattan" & "Manhattan Murder Mystery"
    $1600 19
A New York City Fire Department fireboat is named for this 1928 pres. candidate known as the "Happy Warrior"
    $1600 24
It's a general term for surgery that requires an incision right into your ticker
    $2000 14
Mme. Pompadour loved to top filet of sole with these fancy fungi
    $2000 17
In the 1940s Rise Stevens owned the role of this Spanish Gypsy at the Met & sang it in the film "Going My Way"
    $2000 8
Who ya gonna call when spirits haunt the Big Apple? The title group of this 1984 comedy, of course
    $2000 20
Economist Adam Smith is best known for "An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of" this
    $2000 25
Gastric bypass isn't for the chunky or the just overweight, but for BMI over 35, classed as being this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Miguel Harry
$1,800 $8,400 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE HISTORY
Producer David Selznick was fined $5,000 by censors for using this word in a 1939 film

Final scores:

Steve Miguel Harry
$0 $16,800 $6,000
3rd place: $25,000 to the Poly Prep Country Day School September 11 Memorial Scholarship Fund Winner: $50,000 to the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation 2nd place: $25,000 to to The Harlem School of the Arts

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Miguel Harry
$1,400 $8,400 $11,000
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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