Show #5138 - Wednesday, January 3, 2007

Contestants

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Dan Schulte, a senior vice president of hospital finance from Pewaukee, Wisconsin

Luann Reed-Siegel, an editor from Edison, New Jersey

Julie Dunlevy, a technology specialist from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

TECH SUPPORT
CLASSIC TV SHOWS BY CHARACTER
YOU, ME & DUE PROCESS
RUNNING "HOT" & "COLD"
WEEKEND IN NEW ENGLAND
LIVIN' LA VIDA LOBSTER
    $200 1
(Kelly of the Clue Crew holds a piece of computer hardware.) For better gaming graphics, just add this component that takes binary data and converts it to a picture
    $200 9
Trixie Norton,
Alice Kramden
    $200 26
The idea of due process of law dates from this 1215 document
    $200 16
This brand of toy cars roared into the world in 1968
    $200 14
This Vermont capital's Winooski River offers excellent canoeing & fishing
    $200 4
Lovable "Larry the Lobster" is the official mascot of this seafood restaurant chain
    $400 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands next to an open computer case.) If you hear a whir & a clunk & can't get into Windows, this part that stores information on magnetic platters has failed
    $400 10
Hop Sing,
Hoss
    $400 27
The 2000 Supreme Court decision in this case, him v. him, involved vote-counting guidelines & due process of law
    $400 17
These very tight short shorts were popular in the early 1970s
    $400 15
The grave of witchcraft trial Judge John Hathorne is in the Burying Point, this city's oldest cemetery
    $400 5
A variety lacking enlarged pincers, this 5-letter "prickly" type of lobster is also known as a sea crayfish
    $600 3
(Jon of the Clue Crew holds up a smaller piece of computer hardware.) One of the easiest ways to improve your computer's performance is to add more of this type of memory chip
    $600 11
Elly May,
Cousin Pearl
    $600 28
In 1970 the Supreme Court held for the first time that due process required proof of guilt "beyond" this
    $600 18
"Liquid" expression meaning "to dampen the enthusiasm of"
    $600 23
This state is home to America's oldest standing synagogue, the Touro Synagogue in Newport
    $600 6
One of a lobstering crew is called this man, not because he's grim but for standing in the back of the boat
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew points to something in an open computer case.) It might be cheaper to buy a new computer if this part is fried--it's the main circuit board of your computer
    $800 12
Cinnamon Carter,
Jim Phelps
    $800 29
"Due Process of Law" appears first in this amendment; go ahead, "take" it, you won't get in trouble
    $800 19
Alec Leamas is the title character of this novel, John le Carre's first masterpiece
    $800 24
Boston Harbor is the mouth of this river that flows through Cambridge, Massachusetts
    $800 21
Water fleas, shrimp & lobsters are all members of this arthropod class
    $1000 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew inserts a cable into a port on the front of a computer case.) To hook up a new digital camera, you'll want to use this 3-letter type of port
    $1000 13
Gloria Stivic,
Irene Lorenzo
    $1000 30
This man vs. Arizona said confessions obtained without telling suspects of their right to counsel couldn't be used in court
    $1000 20
A nursery rhyme says, "If your daughters do not like" these, "give them to your sons"
    DD: $2,000 25
This highest peak in New Hampshire's presidential range occasionally can be seen from the Atlantic Ocean
    $1000 22
The outer supporting shell of a lobster is known as one of these protective coverings

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

Julie Luann Dan
$3,800 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Luann Dan
$5,600 $2,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: ...not sports, but...)
JOE BUCK CALLS HISTORY
WHO'S YOUR DADDY?
OPERA CHARACTERS
NATIONAL RHYME TIME
R.C.
COLA
    $400 26
June 17, 1972:
There's the throw... & James McCord, Jr. & 4 others are caught stealing at this complex
    $400 7
Emilio Estevez
    $400 2
There's a hair-raising--oops!--hair-cutting scene in Saint-Saens' opera about Samson & her
    $400 16
Small hand drum for a former Belgian colony of Africa
    $400 21
She was born in Plains, Georgia on August 18, 1927
    $400 1
Sadly, the "breakfast drink", Pepsi A.M, didn't last long, though it had 25% more of this than regular Pepsi
    $800 27
It's July 3, 1863 & what a great day for a battle; Gen. Pickett's confident but this borough is a tough win on the road
    $800 9
Oscar winner Anjelica
    $800 8
In an 1893 opera, Peter is the father of these gingerbread-gorgers
    $800 17
A jitterbug for Paris or Marseille
    $800 22
He created the private detective Philip Marlowe
    $800 3
The Coca-Cola family of brands includes this 5-letter drink that comes in pineapple, grape, strawberry & orange
    $1200 28
It's 1536 & this woman, not Dr. Quinn, is in Henry VIII's on-deck circle, following Anne Boleyn in the wedding order
    $1200 10
Angelina Jolie
    $1200 12
Joe is a gambler in his early opera "Blue Monday"; Sportin' Life is a gambler in his later "Porgy and Bess"
    $1200 18
Palm tree fruit for a Persian Gulf country
    $1200 23
The sea around this author & naturalist was Sheepscot Bay, which her Maine summer home overlooked
    $1200 4
This "natural" brand sells vanilla cola as well as smoothies, juices & E2O energy water
    $1600 11
British fashion designer Stella
    $1600 13
Don Jose is a soldier in love with this Bizet bombshell
    $1600 19
One single U.K winter glove
    DD: $4,000 24
This Texan was LBJ's Attorney General from 1967 to 1969
    $1600 5
Now dubbed "Pure Zero", this cola brand boasts "zero calories, zero carbs...& zero sodium"
    $2000 14
Singer Norah Jones
    $2000 15
Busoni's opera about this cruel Chinese princess isn't nearly as famous as Puccini's
    $2000 20
Woolen shoulder wrap for a Himalayan kingdom
    $2000 25
"Coma" earned him his reputation as the master of the medical thriller
    DD: $1,000 6
This cola was introduced in 1963 & was named for the fact that drinkers wanted to keep "checks" on their weight

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Luann Dan
$14,000 $5,400 $3,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL INSPIRATIONS
Novel inspired by a vision of a "pale student of unhallowed arts kneeling beside the thing he had put together"

Final scores:

Julie Luann Dan
$17,000 $7,201 $7,199
2-day champion: $47,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julie Luann Dan
$18,000 $8,400 $3,600
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
11 W
(including 2 DDs)
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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