Show #5245 - Friday, June 1, 2007

Contestants

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Lilly Ridge, a technical editor originally from Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Bobbie Cassell, a retired teacher from Cedar Bluff, Virginia

Mike Donner, a construction worker from Norfolk, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

SIX MILLION-DOLLAR MEN
BARELY ALIVE
WE CAN REBUILD "HIM"
WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY
BETTER, STRONGER
FASTER
    $200 6
In 1939 he & Bill Hewlett started a business in his garage with $538
    $200 20
The name of this condition comes from the Greek for "deep sleep"
    $200 1
A small cap worn over the fingertip for protection
    $200 19
Men who hate asking for directions need a product by Garmin or Magellan using GPS, this type of "system"
    $200 14
In a 12-year career, Mark Price's 90.4% made him the NBA's all-time leader in this shot's percentage
    $200 9
One of his fasts, in 1932, protested the British government's treatment of India's untouchables
    $400 7
John N., of this R.I. university-endowing family, was known as "The World's Richest Baby" when his uncle died in 1900
    $400 25
If a patient is non-responsive & these openings in the iris are fixed & dilated, it's bad news
    $400 2
"Not with a bang, but with" this cry with low, plaintive, broken sounds
    $400 21
The "Pearl" model of this Research In Motion device is an e-mail client, media player, camera & cell phone
    $400 15
This pitching feat has happened only 17 times in MLB history; Randy Johnson had the last one, in 2004
    $400 10
Exodus 34 reports that Moses didn't eat or drink for 40 days up here
    $600 8
He moved into Las Vegas' Desert Inn in 1966 & bought the whole hotel a short time later
    $600 28
Defined as asystole, no cardiac electrical activity on the EKG is also known by this "level" term
    $600 3
The name of this structure on a house also refers to the vent of a volcano
    $600 22
If you want true high def, see your way to finding this company's Bravia TV line
    $600 16
Noted enforcer Tiger Williams holds the NHL record with 3,966 of these; it equals about 2.75 days
    $600 11
In 1909 Marion Wallace-Dunlop, best known for this cause, got out of prison after a 91-hour fast
    $800 30
Kemmons Wilson had already made a pile with his jukebox franchise when he founded this "festive" family hotel chain
    $800 27
Cleveland Clinic protocol says when this 3-letter order is given by a patient, there will be no chest compressions
    $800 4
It's this Honshu seaport with a 1.1 million population, mon amour
    DD: $1,800 23
This technology used for wireless headsets is named after a Danish king who united parts of Scandinavia
    $800 17
In 1896 Tom Burke set an Olympic record by going this distance in 12.0 seconds; in 2004, Justin Gatlin ran a 9.85
    $800 12
In 1981 Patrick McGeown survived a 42-day hunger strike while in prison for a bombing done for this organization
    $1000 29
Decorated with marble brought from India, the London home of tycoon Lakshmi Mittal has this punning name
    $1000 26
Patient has tachycardia! Oh, man, he's in V-fib! Charge to 360! Clear! while I use an external this device
    $1000 5
Any time you are in the tub, you can see this Greek mathematician's principle at work
    $1000 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew plugs us in to the next clue.) A common way of linking computers in the office is this type of local area networking technology, which uses a Cat5 cable with a special connector
    $1000 18
In the longest heavyweight title bout in modern history, in 1915 "Great White Hope" Jess Willard beat this man in 26 rds.
    $1000 13
In 1224 this Italian saint's 40 days of fasting brought on the stigmata

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

Mike Bobbie Lilly
$3,000 $1,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bobbie Lilly
$6,000 $600 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

IN THE SONG OF HIAWATHA
'90s TV
ALSO A SUPREME COURT CHIEF JUSTICE
DUTCH TREATY
HE'S DEAD, JIM
PART-LY CORRECT
    $400 1
Mondamin is this crop with his "plumes and tassels", his "garments green and yellow"
    $400 2
In 1998 Andre Braugher won an Emmy for his work on this Baltimore-set police drama
    $400 5
Serve it on a bun
    $400 12
In 1902 Dutch settlers signed the Treaty of Vereeneging, ending hostilities in this war
    $400 26
Reported final resting places of this man who disappeared in 1975 include Giants Stadium & under Pulaski Skyway
    $400 17
Like a book such as Moby Dick, the Sierra Club has many of these divisions
    $800 3
Hiawatha's "swift Cheemaun for sailing" comes from the bark of this tree
    $800 13
Porter was the last name of this title character played by Keri Russell
    $800 6
Actors Wagner & Redford
    $800 22
The peace settlement brokered at this Congress in 1815 reunited Belgium & the Netherlands, but not for long
    $800 27
This inventor of a sport got slam dunked on November 28, 1939
    $800 18
Pie? Well, maybe just...not a slice, heavens no. I only want this, from ths Middle English for "split"
    $1200 4
Hiawatha might be frustrated when sent on a wawa chase, as "wawa" means this creature
    $1200 14
(I'm Miguel Ferrer.) On this '90s TV series I played an FBI agent who helped Kyle MacLachlan investigate the murder of Laura Palmer
    $1200 7
Rabbit breeding place
    $1200 23
In a treaty of 1824, this current country's city of Malacca was given to the English by the Dutch
    $1200 28
In 1851 this author of "The Prairie" could no longer stay alive no matter what occurs
    $1200 19
In the "Star Trek" universe, it's 1/4 of the Milky Way; Deep Space 9 is in the Alpha one
    $1600 10
Hiawatha "crossed the rushing Esconaba, crossed the mighty" this river
    DD: $3,000 15
This sitcom debuted on Fox in August, 1998, 22 years after its setting
    DD: $3,000 8
To pursue with intent to capture
    $1600 24
The Dutch got their independence from this country in 1648 when the Peace of Westphalia was signed
    $1600 29
On April 13, 1917 this U.S. businessman & lover of lavish meals found that diamonds weren't forever
    $1600 20
An 1885 British-German agreement dividing up part of Africa was the first to refer to these "of influence"
    $2000 11
Wenonah is the mother of Hiawatha & the daughter of this woman of Wigwam fame
    $2000 16
This title assassin seen here debuted on MTV's Liquid Television in 1991. Charlize Theron played her in the live action film
    $2000 9
14 pounds, Squire
    $2000 25
"U" might know that from 1713 to 1715, several treaties were signed in this Dutch city
    $2000 30
In 1881, this president, not Cleveland, was buried in Cleveland
    $2000 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew explains a diagram of a circle on a screen.) In geometry, it's the proper name for the part of a circle bounded by two radii and an arc

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bobbie Lilly
$27,600 $9,000 $9,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

17th CENTURY PERSONALITIES
Despite being the personal physician of 2 British kings, he was derogatorily known as "The Circulator"

Final scores:

Mike Bobbie Lilly
$22,600 $16,000 $2
2-day champion: $30,599 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Bobbie Lilly
$24,800 $9,000 $8,800
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,600

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