Show #5264 - Thursday, June 28, 2007

Cathy Lanctot game 3.

Contestants

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Rosemary Travis, a retired patient advocate from Palm Coast, Florida

Amy Ryan, a stay-at-home mom from Reynoldsburg, Ohio

Cathy Lanctot, a law professor from Wilmington, Delaware (whose 2-day cash winnings total $57,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 21st CENTURY
CLASSICAL MUSIC ROCKS
BUILDING A CATEGORY
CAPITALS OF THE WEST INDIES
FEELING "BLUE"?
CRIME RHYME TIME
    $200 6
In 2005 Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once this country's richest man, got 9 years in jail for fraud & tax evasion
    $200 1
Though not native born, this composer became part of the British Invasion
    $200 17
Beavers have been known to build these homes as large as 12 feet high & 20 feet in diameter
    $200 16
A narrow peninsula called the Palisados protects this Jamaican port from the Caribbean Sea
    $200 11
Take your gooseberry jam to the Iowa State Fair & win this top prize, like Dawn Shaw did in 2005
    $200 19
Hard to believe! Mrs. Ashley Wilkes' seriously unlawful activities
    $400 7
(Jon of the Clue Crew reports from Cheyenne Mountain.) Since the end of the Cold War, the only emergency closing of these 25-ton blast doors at NORAD's Cheyenne Mountain complex was on this 21st-century date
    $400 2
The fat lady sang for this man's rockin' operas after the tune heard here
    $400 18
Though it's the apex of a branch of the U.S. govt., it didn't get a building of its own until 1935
    $400 26
From 1936 to 1961 this capital was called Ciudad Trujillo after dictator Rafael Trujillo
    $400 12
Make a 100'-long papier-mache model of this largest cetacean
    $400 20
A nimble robbery
    DD: $1,500 8
In 2005 there were fireworks on the 4th of July--83 million miles away, as the Deep Impact probe hit one of these
    $600 3
It's no bull--it's the Bizet work adapted here
    $600 25
In 1932 Churchill said, "That's the highest I've ever been up" when he viewed NYC from the top of this building
    $600 27
This Bahamian capital took its name from the family name of King William III of England
    $600 13
Perk yourself up by walking across the mile-high swinging bridge on Grandfather Mountain in this range
    $600 21
Anglican cleric's incendiary crimes
    $800 9
This currency introduced Jan. 1, 2002 promptly jumped 1.5% against the dollar & 2% against the pound
    $800 4
This Russian composer gave his fans the bird with the music heard here
    $800 22
This important part of a building can be gambrel or mansard
    $800 28
A 1634 Spanish decree declared it the "key to the New World and the bulwark of the West Indies"
    $800 14
Go wild & gorge on these "wild" items at their annual festival in Machias, Maine
    $800 23
Weak, fragile payment insuring that a released defendant will return to court
    $1000 10
A 2003 judgment said keeping 2 women from marrying each other violated this state's constitution
    $1000 5
His concerts became year-long events
    $1000 29
While in Oranjestad, capital of this Dutch island, you can book a tour aboard the Atlantis submarine
    $1000 15
Ride a rowboat into this "Capri"cious cavern, once feared to be full of witches & monsters
    $1000 24
A hip young delinquent

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Cathy Amy Rosemary
$2,900 $200 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Amy Rosemary
$4,900 $2,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ART OF ASIA
SITCOM CITIES
WRITERS NAMED JAMES
SOUNDS LIKE A U.S. STATE
LADIES IN SPACE
HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY "GAL"?
    $400 24
The portrait seen in detail here in ink and gold on paper is of Shah Jahan, emperor of this country
    $400 3
"The Drew Carey Show"
    $400 7
He published "Hawaii" the same year Hawaii became a state
    $400 14
Jill of "Crossing Jordan" knows this cognac brand has a Paradis Extra variety in addition to V.S.O.P. & X.O.
    $400 27
In 1993, Kathryn Thornton went into space to help repair the flawed "vision" of this, which had mirror problems
    $400 1
This New Mexico community was named for a railroad paymaster, not a pollster
    $800 25
The art of ancient Korean kingdom is known for the "Paekche smile" seen on this man
    $800 4
"Good Times"
    $800 8
This author who was captured by the Japanese during WWII later wrote about feudal Japan in "Shogun"
    $800 15
Many Greek dishes get their familiar flavor from this herb whose name is from the Greek for "joy of the mountain"
    $800 20
In 1992 Mae Jemison became the first African-American woman astronaut, on this shuttle whose name means "to try"
    $800 2
Meaning "thrifty", it describes gourmet TV chef Jeff Smith
    DD: $1,600 26
No matter what is depicted, putting a red seal as the finishing touch on a black and white painting is called adding an eye to this mythic beast
    $1200 6
"Green Acres"
    $1200 9
"Cross", a 2006 bestseller, is his 12th thriller featuring Alex Cross
    $1200 17
As well as the plants of a land region, it can mean the bacteria of a body region
    $1200 22
In 1984 Kathryn Sullivan became the 1st U.S. woman to walk in space as this woman made her second shuttle trip
    $1200 5
This country's capital, Dakar, was once the capital of French West Africa
    $1600 12
"Full House" & "Phyllis"
    $1600 10
In a childhood archery mishap, this Walter Mitty creator lost an eye
    $1600 18
Shown here in a 1915 photo, this Cunard ship went down six days later off the coast of Ireland
    $1600 23
This first woman in space was named a hero of the Soviet Union & awarded the Order of Lenin
    $1600 16
2-word term for a funny treatment of a situation that's actually very grave
    $2000 29
This fruit whose blossoms are seen here is one of the four gentlemen of Chinese art
    $2000 13
"The Office"
    $2000 11
He adapted his novel "Deliverance" for the big screen & played a sheriff in the 1972 movie
    $2000 21
Any Providence flower salesman could tell you this flower seen here is a member of the Heath family
    DD: $2,200 28
Clear & transparent last name of astronaut Shannon, an STS-58 member
    $2000 19
This American educator's sons Thomas & Edward also helped teach the deaf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cathy Amy Rosemary
$18,100 $6,400 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL BOOKS
His writings include "The Naval War of 1812" & as co-writer, "The Deer Family"

Final scores:

Cathy Amy Rosemary
$22,100 $6,200 $5,000
3-day champion: $79,702 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cathy Amy Rosemary
$19,600 $6,400 $4,800
24 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
5 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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