Show #5314 - Thursday, October 18, 2007

Contestants

[<< previous game]

Michael Boisson, an artist from New York, New York

Shad Small, an office assistant from Lafayette, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,400)

Linda Zell Randall, an attorney from Naples, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,400)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE
LEONARD MALTIN'S FAVORITE FILMS
FAMILY MATTERS
POLITICOS BY STATE
(Alex: You have to name the state.)
AM I YOUR TYPE?
A LONG STRANGE "TRIP"
    $200 26
This title queen uses an asp, a "poor venomous fool", to kill herself
    $200 21
(Leonard Maltin reads the clue.) This WWII classic set in war-torn Morocco is my candidate for the best Hollywood movie of all time
    $200 6
Robert Kennedy was this relation to Jackie Kennedy, especially when he was attorney general
    $200 1
Dick Durbin and the guy seen here are this state's senators
    $200 15
Type 1 of this disease, in which the beta cells of the pancreas aren't doing their job, was formerly called "juvenile"
    $200 2
My dad was laying one of these on me, saying my grandma would wither away if I don't go visit her
    $400 27
This moneylender asks, "Hates any man the thing he would not kill?"
    $400 22
(Leonard Maltin reads the clue.) This Scorsese film is a compelling look at a boxer whose leading opponent outside the ring was always himself
    $400 7
This term refers to a difference in generations; your first cousin's child is your first cousin once this
    $400 5
Seen here, the former governor of this state comes from a family of politicos
    $400 17
You can get the 2007 S-Type of this cat starting at $49,000
    $400 3
One of these often contains a Chinese restaurant, 7-Eleven, dry cleaner & video store
    $600 28
He uses the word "assassination" for what he plans to do to Duncan
    $600 23
(Leonard Maltin reads the clue.) A story that was originally written as a Christmas card became the basis for this beloved James Stewart classic
    $600 9
Your grandma's brother is this to your brother
    $600 12
Born in Baltimore, the gal seen here serves this state as Speaker of the House of Representatives
    $600 18
Meyer Friedman coined this term for an angry, driven personality type who Friedman thought had high heart attack risk
    $600 4
Area mentioned in the second line of "The Marines' Hymn"
    $800 29
Women in this king's play included Katharine, wife to the king, later divorced, & Anne, maid of honor, later queen
    $800 24
(Leonard Maltin reads the clue.) David Lean's 1946 British film of this Dickens tale is a real "Pip", & the opening graveyard sequence is a gem
    $800 10
The Latin nepos, giving us the word "nepotism", means this, what Hadrian was to his predecessor Trajan
    $800 13
The gubernatorial victory by the woman seen here was the first for a woman in this state since Ma Ferguson in 1924
    $800 19
Among blood types, this one has neither of the main letter antigens
    $800 8
Mr. Dewey, Mr. Cheatem & Mr. Howe will each need a copy of that letter, so it should be typed this way
    $1000 30
Characters in this play include the charming Rosalind & the sardonic Jaques
    $1000 25
(Leonard Maltin reads the clue.) Debbie Reynolds was a teenager when she tapped up a storm in this 1952 film, perhaps the best movie musical ever made
    DD: $500 11
Elzire Dionne of Ontario, Canada gave birth to 14 children via this many pregnancies
    $1000 14
The senator seen here serves this state and is part of the Finance & Judiciary Committees
    $1000 20
If you're only ever offered one kind of role, like a priest or a Nazi, you're being this
    $1000 16
In the hammer throw, a wire exerts this force on the hammer, keeping it moving in a circle

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

Linda Shad Michael
$1,500 $2,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Shad Michael
$3,100 $6,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

19TH CENTURY PEOPLE
ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME
QUAY TO THE CITY
THINK FAST
"P" IS FOR PHYSICS
RHYME TIME
    $400 17
As a solo artist, his presenters were ex-bandmates -- not the Beatles but The Traveling Wilburys
    $400 1
Check out the Quay of Karakoy in this city, known as Constantinople during the Byzantine Empire
    $400 6
This Anglo-Irish satirist was born in Dublin on Nov. 30, 1667
    $400 11
Also found before plant, pack & politics, it's the P in P equals force times velocity
    $400 25
A handbag for an R.N.
    $800 18
Artists become eligible this long after their first release; The Beach Boys went in in 1988, Springsteen in '99
    $800 2
Circular Quay is a hub of transportation & tourism in this city
    $800 7
Disney's Animal Kingdom features a fast whitewater raft ride called, appropriately, Kali River these
    $800 12
This element, Pu, was first detected in a cyclotron at Berkeley in 1940
    $800 23
One who rides motorcycles as well as enjoys walking & climbing in the outdoors
    $1200 28
After King David Kalakaua died at the Palace Hotel in S.F. in 1891, this woman, his sister, became queen of Hawaii
    $1200 19
In 1986 it was Hail! Hail! this 1950s performer, the very first inductee
    $1200 3
Govt. Building, on Lambton Quay in this New Zealand capital, is one of the world's largest wooden buildings
    $1200 8
Stop the presses! Ye Olde Cock Tavern has entertained generations of reporters on this London street
    $1200 13
A cube is an example of a rectangular one of these; A Pink Floyd cover displays a triangular one
    $1200 22
A self-satisfied shell-less gastropod
    $1600 27
This actress' liaison with Henri, Prince du Ligne, produced a son named Maurice in 1864
    $1600 20
At 1997's ceremony, the first in the hall's home city, this Rolling Stone magazine founder said, "Ich bin ein Clevelander"
    $1600 4
A large stone quay built by the French in 1780 is still used in this capital of Haiti
    DD: $1,200 9
A has-been knows that this phrase for a short-lived success goes back to the misfiring of flintlocks
    DD: $1,500 14
The bob of a simple one of these moves with simple periodic motion
    $1600 24
Just about every 365 days
    $2000 16
On Nov. 26, 1894 the chapel at the Winter Palace was aglow with candles for the wedding of this royal couple
    $2000 21
This singer is paired with her ex-husband & songwriting partner Gerry Goffin
    $2000 5
We wonder whether a "steamroller" was used to form the many quays of this German city chartered in 1607
    $2000 10
In cinema slang, they're the first, unedited prints of a movie scene, & they're also called the dailies
    $2000 15
It's an elementary light particle also called a fuzzy ball
    $2000 26
A note on a book jacket about parsley, sage or rosemary

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Shad Michael
$6,700 $20,300 $3,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BROADWAY
The original 1994 Broadway cast of this musical based on a film featured Alan Oppenheimer as Cecil B. DeMille

Final scores:

Linda Shad Michael
$5,799 $20,300 $1
2nd place: $2,000 2-day champion: $40,700 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Linda Shad Michael
$7,200 $20,800 $3,800
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $31,800

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.