Show #4309 - Thursday, May 1, 2003

2003 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 4.

Contestants

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Paul McCrane, an actor from ER

Lauren Graham, an actress from Gilmore Girls

Chris Matthews, a TV host from Hardball and The Chris Matthews Show

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Jeopardy! Round

TV WORKPLACES
COOKIES
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
HARD BALLS
WISH YOU WERE HERE
THAT'S SO CLICHE!
    $200 2
Bart's dad, he works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, sector 7G
    $200 7
Debbi is the first name of this woman whose name is on over 700 cookie franchises
    $200 1
This date is written at the top of the Declaration of Independence
    $200 24
Though it's not really made out of it, the ball used in this sport is nicknamed a pigskin
    $200 12
The Köln-Düsseldorfer line seen here takes you up & down the Rhine in this country
    $200 15
I was so clumsy at the Chicago NBA Arena that I felt like one of these critters "in a china shop"
    $400 3
It's where you could get a pitcher full of beer from Sam or Woody or an earful from Carla
    $400 20
He's the cookie maker seen here
    $400 4
Of 1, 3 or 5, it's the fewest number of electoral votes a state can have
    $400 25
You strike this ball to begin a game of pool
    $400 13
The votive candles seen here are in this Gothic church located on the Île de la Cité
    $400 16
I warned the ostrich farmer, "Don't keep all" of these "in one basket"
    $600 9
The title character on this NBC drama works for the Massachusetts State Coroner's Office
    $600 21
A machine that is a funnel within a funnel fills this cake-like cookie with fig jam
    $600 5
In 1994 Bill Clinton appointed Stephen Breyer to this body
    DD: $1,000 26
It's where astronaut Alan Shepard famously hit a golf ball in February 1971
    $600 14
Children's tales like "Pippi Longstocking" come to life at Junibacken in this capital of Sweden
    $600 17
I told the private investigator that one of these "is worth a thousand words"
    $800 10
This drama was set at the firm of McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney and Kuzak
    $800 22
In 1921 "sandwich" was added to the name of this cookie that you can take apart to eat the icing first
    $800 6
The preamble to the Constitution begins, "We the People of the United States, in order to form a more perfect" this
    $800 27
The only player on a soccer team who can touch a live ball with his hands
    $800 18
To ensure good luck, I tell piano players to always "keep" these crossed
    $1000 11
Restaurant where Alice, Vera & "Kiss My Grits" Flo waited tables
    $1000 23
Founder Margaret Rudkin named this brand for a property her family owned in Connecticut
    $1000 8
As minority leader of the House, this San Franciscan is the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. Congress
    $1000 19
At the boring seance, I observed that this "is willing, but the flesh is weak"

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

Chris Lauren Paul
$2,200 $3,000 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Lauren Paul
$4,400 $6,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC MOMENTS
ER TALK
GILMORE GIRLS & BOYS
YOU SHOULD BE IN AN OPERA!
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
ANIMAL, VEGETABLE OR MINERAL
    $400 4
In a painting by his friend John Trumbull, he's seen here resigning his commission in 1783
    $400 1
If a patient has suffered cardiac arrest, this color "code" should be called
    $400 8
This L.A. landmark opened in 1934 on land owned by the Gilmore family with 18 vendors selling fresh produce
    $400 16
Good news: your agent booked you for the opera "Hansel and Gretel"; bad news: you're playing this villainess
    $400 10
This symbol of Halloween may have originated in Medieval Scotland & was originally carved from a large turnip
    $400 17
Amethyst
    $800 5
On March 30, 1865 General Fitzhugh Lee was enjoying a shad bake & missed the Battle of Five Forks in this war
    $800 2
This 4-letter term means ASAP! Immediately!
    $800 9
Poet Dame Mary Gilmore fought for women's rights & the rights of the aborigines in this, her home country
    $800 22
Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras & this Italian called; they're doing a "Four Tenors" tour, & you're number four!!!!
    $800 11
On June 28, 1894 President Grover Cleveland signed an act making the first Monday in September this holiday
    $800 18
Semolina
    $1200 6
He's seen here standing up for democracy in August 1991
    $1200 3
Give the patient 250 c.c.s of normal saline, c.c. standing for this
    $1200 25
Major League Baseball's top award to pitchers is named for this man who was born in Gilmore, Ohio in 1867
    $1200 23
You're such a diva that folks compare you to this Greek soprano who was born in NYC in 1923
    DD: $1,000 12
National Humor Month begins on this date, often with a joke-telling contest
    $1200 19
Silica
    $1600 7
Toledo's El Transito changed from synagogue to church after Jews were expelled from this country in 1492
    $1600 28
You'll need follow-up rehab with a P.T., this professional
    $1600 26
The 1980 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction went to Norman Mailer for a book on this convicted murderer
    DD: $1,000 24
Casting call for "Anna Bolena"! You'll need to sing bass (& gain 200 pounds) to play this hefty English king
    $1600 13
The folk song "Sivivon, Sov, Sov, Sov" or "Dreidel, Spin, Spin, Spin", is traditionally sung during this Jewish holiday
    $1600 20
Ibex
    $2000 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew strolls the shores of Waimea Bay, Kauai.) When this man arrived here on Kauai in the late 1770s, he was welcomed as the harvest god Lono
    $2000 29
Know your ABCs: check this (the "A"), breathing & circulation
    $2000 27
Patrick Gilmore organized an 1869 concert that had 100 firemen on this "instrument" that's in the title of the following
    $2000 30
Your performance as Loris in "Fedora" will make everyone forget this great tenor who originated the role in 1898
    $2000 14
Canada's version of this holiday is the 2nd Monday in October; the U.S. usually celebrates it 46 days later
    $2000 21
Kale

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Lauren Paul
$16,200 $13,000 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
In 2000 Emma Peel's leather pants & Maxwell Smart's shoe phone were on display at this agency that's not open to the public

Final scores:

Chris Lauren Paul
$32,400 $26,000 $100
Winner: $50,000 to La Salle High School and College of the Holy Cross 2nd place: $26,000 to Oxfam 3rd place: $20,000 to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Children's Hospital of Los Angeles

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Lauren Paul
$16,800 $13,600 $11,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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