Show #4729 - Thursday, March 10, 2005

2005 Ultimate Tournament of Champions Round 1, game 22.

Contestants

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Michael Day, an attorney from Mill Valley, California

Pam Mueller, an entering law student originally from Chicago, Illinois

Jay Rosenberg, a college professor from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

BAND NAMES
COME TO THE POINT
NOT A NATIONAL CAPITAL
PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES
ALSO A BAR DRINK
9-LETTER WORDS
    $200 11
The name of this Houston trio honors Texas bluesman Z.Z. Hill
    $200 12
To North Americans, the sun reaches its vernal point in this month
    $200 6
Riga,
St. Petersburg,
Vilnius
    $200 13
This presidential relative, quite logically, had his own brand of beer in the 1970s
    $200 20
Flathead or Phillips head
    $200 1
Forms of this atmospheric phenomenon include forked, streak & ball
    $400 15
A road sign inspired the name of this band from the land "Down Under"
    $400 27
If a business invests $10,000 in a product, when it has sold 100 of them at $100 each it has reached this point
    $400 7
Port-au-Prince,
Toronto,
Nassau
    $400 14
When this president was a governor, his brother Roger was arrested
    $400 21
With so much brainpower on stage today, this "Living Dead" movie monster wouldn't know where to start
    $400 2
This noun can precede chair, terrier or pudding
    $600 16
Debbie Harry had often been called this, so it was "a natural" for the name of her band
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew points to a flow chart on an easel pad.) In a flow chart, a diamond shape represents this point of the process
    $600 8
Sydney,
Wellington,
Jakarta
    $600 17
His wife had many brothers in the Confederate Army, prompting some to question her loyalty to the Union
    $600 22
It was last call for this Scottish outlaw on Dec. 28, 1734
    $600 3
From the Latin for "make similar", it's an exact duplicate
    $800 18
This "Money For Nothing" group was named for its sorry financial condition
    $800 29
After 4 hours of struggle & grit, we've reached this point for the first time, 6-3, 6-7, 4-6, 7-5, 5-4, 40-15
    $800 9
Amman,
Mecca,
Damascus
    $800 25
His stepson by Dolley once owed debts of over $40,000 that the president himself had to pay
    $800 23
Take a flying leap & name this type of reconnaissance plane or insect of the family Acrididae
    $800 4
From the French for "to relate", it's one who tells stories & anecdotes with wit & skill
    $1000 19
The last name adopted by all members of this punk band was an alias used by Paul McCartney
    $1000 30
Author Malcolm Gladwell calls the moment when social phenomena reach critical mass this title point
    $1000 10
San Marcos,
San Jose,
Santo Domingo
    DD: $2,500 26
When he was veep, his brother Donald was involved in financial dealings with Howard Hughes
    $1000 24
G'day! This wooden weapon can also be a scheme that does injury to its originator
    $1000 5
Italian poet who won 1959 Nobel Prize, or a Victor Hugo character

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Jay Pam Michael
$0 $3,400 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Pam Michael
-$1,000 $8,600 $8,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRAND NAMES
"SH"! I'M WATCHING TV!
(Alex: We want you to name the book in...)
LITERARY NARRATORS
AND THE HORSE
YOU, RODIN
ON...
    $400 7
According to this brand of frozen foods, "Nothing comes closer to home"
    $400 1
1980 miniseries that featured extensive Japanese dialogue (& Richard Chamberlain in a kimono)
    $400 2
Jing-Mei Woo & 6 other women
(1989)
    $400 9
The long white leg hair is called feathers on this horse that originated in Lanarkshire, Scotland
    $400 13
A version of this sculpture, one of your most famous works, was placed over your tomb in Meudon
    $400 18
At one's post or work, & thus possibly not allowed to drink
    $800 27
Like its other vitamins, this brand's Silver for adults 50 & over is "Always complete. From A to zinc"
    $800 3
Our head writer Gary Johnson still dreams about this "Queen of the Jungle" played by Irish McCalla
    $800 8
Nick Carraway
(1925)
    $800 23
This spotted breed developed by the Nez Perce was praised in Lewis & Clark's journal for its quality
    $800 14
Rodin, you portrayed Paolo & Francesca, lovers in the Middle Ages, in this masterpiece seen here
    $800 19
If you're having a winning streak in gambling, or maybe if you're a pat of butter, you're on a...
    $1200 28
This antibiotic ointment promises to help "minimize the appearance of scars while preventing infection"
    $1200 4
Don't know about you, but I'm waiting for this David Carradine series based on an Alan Ladd film to "come back"
    $1200 10
Phillip Pirrip
(1860)
    $1200 24
All the horses of this breed derive from 3 stallions imported into England between 1689 & 1728
    DD: $2,200 15
The controversy surrounding your monument to this French author was a real "human comedy"
    $1200 20
To be undecided or uncommitted is to be on this, maybe between 2 adjoining properties
    $1600 29
It's the brand of activewear & dancewear for women, whose logo is seen here
    $1600 5
This rock 'n' roll show that made Bobby Sherman a star premiered in September 1964, 4 months before "Hullabaloo"
    $1600 11
Stingo
(1979)
    DD: $3,000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from a horse corral.) These types of horses are bred for herding or running races of 1,320 feet
    $1600 16
The scenes on this monumental door were inspired by "The Divine Comedy", one of your favorite books
    $1600 21
It's what someone or something that's exceeded a normal life span is "living on"
    $2000 30
Lands' End still has its own catalog, even though it was purchased by this retailer in 2002
    $2000 6
Don Rickles exercised his "jaws" as this chief petty officer
    $2000 12
Ponyboy Curtis
(1967)
    $2000 26
This is the breed used by the Spanish riding school in Vienna
    $2000 17
Rodin! Oh how you sculpted this princess, prior to her rescue by Perseus
    $2000 22
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a chalkboard diagram.) A line that continues in its own direction, it's also part of this expression for where some people go when talking

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Pam Michael
$2,200 $30,600 $16,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT WRITERS
Born in 43 B.C., his most famous work begins, "My intention is to tell of bodies changed to different forms"

Final scores:

Jay Pam Michael
$4,400 $32,201 $30,601
3rd place: $5,000 Winner: $32,201 + an advance to UToC Round 2 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Pam Michael
$2,200 $28,200 $14,600
6 R,
3 W
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $45,000

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