Show #5195 - Friday, March 23, 2007

Doug Hicton game 1.

Contestants

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Leigh King, an elementary school librarian from Worcester, Massachusetts

Doug Hicton, a composer originally from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Alison Fowler, an administrator from Portland, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

HAIL TO THE CHIEF
THE DIRECTOR'S CHAIR
PEOPLE YOU CAN EAT
AFRICAN CITIES
HORSING AROUND
(Alex: And finally, we want you to give us the familiar version as we...)
DUMB DOWN THE SIMILE
    $200 21
The rustic James A. Garfield was born in one of these rustic structures
    $200 14
In addition to the "Godfather" movies, he directed Michael Jackson's "Captain EO"
    $200 1
Californians James Logan & Rudolf Boysen both lent their names to varieties of these they developed
    $200 7
In ancient times Giza, a suburb of this city, served as a large cemetery, or necropolis
    $200 26
Eerie type of horseman who pursues Ichabod Crane
    $200 9
Robust as a violin
    $400 22
He didn't campaign & denied he wanted the office, but he was elected anyway in 1789
    $400 15
This director is seen here in 1998 at yet another awards ceremony
    $400 2
As the 4th Earl of this, John Montagu could have made a lot of bread off the culinary item named for him
    $400 6
This Sudanese capital was destroyed by the Mahdists in 1885; Lord Kitchener began to rebuild it in 1898
    $400 27
This Oglala Sioux chief attacked Custer at Little Big Horn
    $400 10
Weightless as a plume
    $600 23
In 1815 he had Congress authorize fighting with Algiers
    $600 16
He not only directed the movie "Bobby", he also wrote the screenplay & appears in it
    $600 3
Robert Cobb, the owner of the Brown Derby restaurant, famously created one of these
    $600 8
Crosby, Stills & Nash could tell you that the 220-foot-high Kutubiyyah Mosque towers over this Moroccan city
    $600 28
In Act One of Berlioz' opera "Les Troyens", this object is dragged inside a city's walls
    $600 11
Adorable as a blouse fastener
    $800 24
LBJ once said, "I am a free man, an American, a U.S. Senator, and" one of these, "in that order"
    $800 17
"The Thing" is... as well as directing "Halloween" & "The Fog", he also composed their scores
    $800 4
This turn-of-the-century opera diva has had a peach & ice cream dessert & a type of toast named for her
    DD: $3,000 18
The name of this South African city honors someone's first name; there's dispute over which of 3 Dutchmen it was
    $800 29
In this type of racing, either a trotter or a pacer pulls a sulky
    $800 12
As horizontal & thin as a crepe
    $1000 25
His memoirs of his "Administration on the Eve of the Rebellion" were published in 1866
    $1000 20
"La Voce della Luna" was the last movie by this great Italian director
    $1000 5
These nuts native to Australia were named after a Scottish-born Australian chemist
    $1000 19
While in this capital, tourists should see the well-preserved Roman aqueduct between Carthage & Zaghouan
    $1000 30
At the 2000 Olympics, the German team won the gold in this equestrian event; the U.S. team came in third
    $1000 13
Abstemious as an adjudicator

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Alison Doug Leigh
$800 $6,600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Doug Leigh
$2,000 $11,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

HAIL TO THE CHEF
(Alex: Not the chief.)
GEOGRAPHICAL BANDS
MEDICAL DEVICES
ABRAHAM, ISAAC, JACOB
(Alex: And we're gonna need last names as well.)
WOMEN WRITERS
"D" FACTO
    $400 4
The "essence of" this chef from Fall River, Massachusetts is that he likes to "kick it up a notch"
    $400 6
"A Horse With No Name"
    $400 18
Asthma medicine can be delivered by inhaler or by nebulizer, which turns it into this form
    $400 13
He had Hamlin for his veep
    $400 1
She dedicated "Jane Eyre" to William Makepeace Thackeray
    $400 26
It's the cone-shaped hat that a lazy or slow pupil once wore as punishment
    DD: $2,600 5
In 1984 he published his "Louisiana Kitchen Cookbook"
    $800 7
(With Gloria Estefan)
"Rhythm Is Gonna Get You"
    $800 19
Endotracheal & nasogastric types of these are inserted to help patients breathe
    $800 14
He is the prolific writer and scientist seen here
    $800 2
"Memnoch The Devil" is the fifth book in this author's "Vampire Chronicles"
    $800 27
2-word term for the group of cells for prisoners awaiting execution
    $1200 23
This Irma Rombauer cookbook has a 75th anniversary edition, revised by Irma's daughter Marion
    $1200 8
(With Sergio Mendes)
"Mas Que Nada",
"One Note Samba"
    $1200 20
In 1901 this wounded pres. was treated by a gynecological surgeon who used a sewing needle to close him up
    $1200 15
Born in Ukraine in 1920, this American violin virtuoso led a '60s fight to save Carnegie Hall from demolition
    DD: $4,000 3
She wrote for the Nebraska State Journal & the Pittsburgh Leader before penning "My Antonia"
    $1200 28
An announcement, like the one in 1917 wih Balfour's name on it
    $1600 24
You can cook like this man who wrote "The Joy of Wokking"
    $1600 9
"No More Words",
"The Metro"
    $1600 21
If you go on injured reserve with an ankle sprain, you may need this brand of bandage marketed by BD since 1913
    $1600 16
He resigned from the Supreme Court in 1969 amid criticism of his financial dealings
    $1600 11
In "Emma" she wrote, "Half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other"
    $1600 29
A spirit or soul that's been freed from its human host is said to be this
    $2000 25
This host of the Food Network's "Everyday Italian" was born in Rome & is the granddaughter of film producer Dino
    $2000 10
"Heat Of The Moment"
    $2000 22
Rather than for injection, this syringe is for this process of washing wounds, from the Latin for "to water"
    $2000 17
Born in Denmark, this photographer spurred social reform with his pictures & words on NYC tenements in the 1890s
    $2000 12
2 of her dramas are "Watch on the Rhine" & "The Children's Hour"
    $2000 30
"Romeo and Juliet" begins, "Two households, both alike in" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alison Doug Leigh
$13,600 $26,000 $5,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BESTSELLING AUTHORS
He had the year's bestselling novel a record 7 years in a row with 7 different titles, ending in 2000

Final scores:

Alison Doug Leigh
$1 $24,799 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,799 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alison Doug Leigh
$13,600 $19,200 $5,400
14 R,
1 W
31 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
7 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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