Show #4723 - Wednesday, March 2, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 16.

(Jimmy: We're stepping out and into Manhattan's famous 21 Club. Do join us for clues on Jeopardy!, next!)

Contestants

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Fred Ramen, a database developer and writer from New York, New York

Jennifer Wu, a high school junior from Arkadelphia, Arkansas

Lee Lassiter, a data modeler from Topeka, Kansas

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Jeopardy! Round

21
(Alex: The famous 21 in New York.)
SCHOOL OF ROCK
HINTS FROM HELOISE... TO ABELARD
PAVLOVIAN JEOPARDY!
(Alex: The clues will be very brief, but they will have key words that will, like the dog, get you to [snaps fingers] come up with the correct response immediately. Just like that!)
FLAG ME DOWN
GIVE ME "MORE"
    $200 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a table at 21, holding a cocktail. ) Cosmo in hand & wearing my Manolos, I'm at the table at 21 where this comedy's Carrie dined with Mr. Big
    $200 21
History:
Herman's Hermits hit No. 1 in 1965 singing "I'm" this man, "I Am"
    $200 6
"You teach and admonish rebels to no purpose, and in vain you cast pearls of divine eloquence before" these
    $200 11
"Bell Jar".
Dead.
    $200 1
The green triangle on Sudan's flag represents this religion
    $200 26
You've got the right profile if you know it's over 5,600 feet high in the Black Hills
    $400 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from a lectern at 21.) "A lot of people still don't really know who I am", said this Massachusetts senator at an April 2004 fundraiser at 21
    $400 22
Shop:
In '66 the Rolling Stones saw "a red door" & wanted to perform this title deed
    $400 7
"It was your command, not love of God, which made me take" this, meaning to become a nun
    $400 12
Apple.
First law guy.
    $400 4
This amusement park chain is named for the multiple banners that once flew over Texas
    $400 27
13th U.S. president
    $600 18
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from behind the bar at 21.) Among the mementos at 21 is a gift, donated by John F. Kennedy, of the model that represents this boat
    $600 23
Math:
This group hit No. 1 with "You're Once, Twice, Three Times A Lady"
    $600 8
"No one would lay on an ass a burden suitable for" this huge mammal
    $600 13
Nobel Prize.
Wrote Okie story.
    DD: $1,000 2
This geographic feature on Nebraska's state flag bears the name of another state
    $600 28
Won an acting Oscar in 1931 for "A Free Soul"
    $800 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a booth at 21.) In 1944, the year they made "To Have and Have Not", these two superstars got engaged right here, at table 30
    $800 24
Gym:
Olivia Newton-John topped the charts for 10 weeks with this 1981 1-word-title tune
    $800 9
"The punishment you suffered would have been proper vengeance for men caught" committing this, a biblical no-no
    $800 14
Speech.
32 days. Dead.
    $800 3
This grizzly-bannered nation was declared in California in 1846
    $800 29
This tree is also called a buttonwood & a buttonball
    $1000 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a booth in the wine cellar at 21.) During Prohibition this mayor, called "Gentleman Jimmy", had his own booth here at 21 in the secret wine cellar the feds never found
    $1000 25
Bad English:
That group made its Top 40 debut in '89 with "When I See You" do this
    $1000 10
"But if I lose you, what is left for me to hope for? What reason for continuing on life's" this, a sacred journey
    $1000 15
Scottish.
Steel guy.
    $1000 5
The colors on this Low Country's flag came from the coat of arms of the province of Brabant
    $1000 30
Paired with Lawrence in the name of a California nuclear weapons lab

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

Lee Jennifer Fred
$200 $1,200 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Jennifer Fred
-$800 $2,600 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

MILITARY HISTORY
DENNIS, ANYONE?
LET'S HAVE A COOKOUT
GEOGRAPHER'S DICTIONARY
A SUCCESS WITH BRUSH
GIVE ME "LESS"
    $400 21
The largest horde this Mongol leader who died in 1227 ever assembled was less than 240,000 men
    $400 26
He played Tony Spampatta in the 1991 TV movie "N.Y.P.D. Mounted" before getting "Blue" in '93
    $400 15
The charcoal used in barbecues is usually sold in this form, a French diminutive
    $400 16
3-letter word for any of the small coral islets off the tip of Florida
    $400 6
An early 1730s work by Canaletto shows this canal city's "Quay of the Piazzetta"
    $400 5
Poetic title of M. Scott Peck's 1978 self-help bestseller
    $800 22
On Nov. 8, 2004 U.S. & Iraqi forces entered this Sunni city of 300,000 beginning a fierce battle
    $800 27
Heeey maaan, he was soooo groovy playing Billy in "Easy Rider", man
    $800 11
A W-shaped rack was created & named for these "anatomical" taste treats
    $800 17
From the French for "throat", it's a narrow steep-walled canyon
    DD: $2,000 7
In "The Story of Painting" Sister Wendy says, "He is much more than a painter of the fair and fat"
    $800 1
2-word descriptive term for an island group of the eastern West Indies
    $1200 23
In 774 this Frank took the crown of Desiderius, the last king of the Lombards
    $1200 28
You could say the blushing bride seen here was on the rebound
    $1200 12
In 1793 the laying of the cornerstone of this D.C. building was celebrated by barbecuing a 500-pound ox
    $1200 18
5-letter term for a territory ruled by a duke
    $1200 8
There are 2 versions of John Singleton Copley's "Watson and" this sea predator in U.S. galleries
    $1200 2
She explored the inner workings of feminine identity in novels like "The Golden Notebook"
    $1600 24
It declared its independence in January of 1822 at Epidauros but still had to fight for 7 years
    $1600 29
This Oakland A's Hall of Famer is the only pitcher with 100 complete games & 100 saves (& he threw a no-hitter too!)
    $1600 13
George Stephen invented the Weber grill using the bottom of one of these items found in harbors
    $1600 19
This term for an administrative district in England has largely been replaced by county
    $1600 9
For your information, no, your six-year-old could not make paintings just like this man's 1952 "Convergence"
    $1600 3
His company went bankrupt trying to build the Panama Canal
    DD: $3,000 25
A participant in WWI's First Battle of the Marne was the BEF, short for this
    $2000 30
This actor can do it all; he can sell you insurance as the Allstate spokesman, or run the country as president on "24"
    $2000 14
Hardwoods work best for this type of cooking that some purists call the only real type of barbecue
    $2000 20
It's a bay formed by a bend in a coastline, like the one "of Benin"
    $2000 10
Victorine Meurent, his favorite model, is the nude in his "Le dejeuner sur l'herbe"
    $2000 4
Count Volta's first name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Jennifer Fred
$7,200 $5,000 $27,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

DETECTIVE FICTION
"Grand Master Villiers de l'Isle d'Adam had" this made "by Turkish slaves in the castle of St. Angelo"

Final scores:

Lee Jennifer Fred
$0 $0 $34,000
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Winner: $34,000 + an advance to UToC Round 2

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lee Jennifer Fred
$8,200 $5,000 $25,400
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
0 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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