Show #5384 - Thursday, January 24, 2008

Contestants

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Kate Pedersen, a medical student from Springfield, Illinois

Murtaza Sutarwalla, an attorney originally from Houston, Texas

Amanda Freisem, a labor services representative from Brentwood, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOUSEHOLD NAMES
ROCK STARS SELL OUT
THE GOD SQUAD
WHO CREATED THEM?
IT'S GREEK FOOD & DRINK TO ME
HAVE SOME "FUN"
    $200 3
Yell it out--the one word name of this brand of stain remover from S.C. Johnson
    $200 1
After this rocker did 2 Fidelity Investments adverts in 2005, one headline read "I am the adman, goo goo g'joob"
    $200 5
The worship of Thoth, god of wisdom of this people, dates back as early as 3000 B.C.
    $200 16
Edward Fairfax Rochester, the master of Thornfield Hall
    $200 9
Any way you say it, it's hot roasted meat served in a pita, topped with onions, tomatoes & a cucumber-yogurt sauce
    $200 7
7-letter word meaning extinct or no longer in use
    $400 4
"For better relief, advance to" this brand of ibuprofen
    $400 2
"Judas!" was the cry after this legend shed his acoustic guitar for an electric one in a 1966 concert
    $400 21
This Norse god of thunder really liked to put the hammer down
    $400 17
The beautiful Daisy Buchanan, Nick Carraway's cousin
    $400 10
One of Greece's national aperitifs is this sweet anise-flavored liqueur, but drink it slowly
    $400 8
Ow, we need this word / Give up this word that can mean "stench" / Ow, we need this word / We gotta have that word
    $600 24
The name of this Procter & Gamble soap brand can also mean a thin slice of lemon peel
    $600 6
In ads for the "Break Through" campaign, Cadillac used "Rock And Roll" by this seminal British band
    $600 22
Helios was the Greek god of this heavenly body
    $600 11
Philip Pirrip, of whom much is expected
    $600 14
Like the Swedish, the Greeks have their own version of these beefy bite-size appetizers, keftedakia
    $600 15
A type of cake, or a cone-shaped utensil
    DD: $2,000 25
Carl Sontheimer combined his electronics expertise with his love of cooking to create this food processor
    $800 26
Van Halen's "Right Now" spearheaded the campaign for this "crystal" drink in the 1990s
    $800 13
Eostre, a Saxon goddess, turned a bird into one of these; it could still lay eggs
    $800 12
Genius architect Howard Roark
    $800 27
White or rose, this classic wine treated with pine tree resin tastes somewhat like turpentine
    $800 19
It means serving as a foundation or basis; reading is said to be this, too
    $1000 29
Clean up with this brand's SweeperVac & WetJet
    $1000 30
This group's "Blister In The Sun" can be heard in Wendy's ads
    $1000 23
A grassy area opposite the Eiffel Tower is known as "Le Champ de" this Roman god of war
    $1000 18
Lady Brett Ashley
    $1000 28
Traditionally, moussaka is made with slices of this vegetable & ground lamb or beef, layered & baked
    $1000 20
A singer with a bass voice of the lowest range is a basso this

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

Amanda Murtaza Kate
$1,400 $1,000 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Murtaza Kate
$3,600 $5,000 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HOUSEHOLD NAMES
COUNTRIES' HIGHEST POINTS
WOODWORKING
LEADERS OF WORLD WAR II
OPUS DAY
DOUBLE "S"
    $400 7
These 2 actors won Oscars for writing "Good Will Hunting"
    $400 6
Mount Kosciusko in New South Wales
    $400 26
Hold your lumber with this clamping bench that Black & Decker calls "an extra pair of hands"
    $400 1
For the duration of WWII, he was the supreme commander of Allied forces in the Southwest Pacific
    $400 21
On Dec. 7, 1842 the first 4 notes ever played by the N.Y. Philharmonic were the opening of this Opus 67 of Beethoven
    $400 16
It can be a boat, an airship, a vein or a bowl
    $800 12
She was Fred Astaire's love interest in the movie musicals "Swing Time" & "Shall We Dance"
    $800 8
Pico de Teide in the Canary Islands
    $800 27
Plywood has an odd no. of layers so that this is at right angles for strength inside but runs the same way outside
    $800 2
Lord Gort saved 200,000 British troops with his May 1940 decision to evacuate this port
    $800 22
This geographic term applied to Dvorak's Opus 95 is also where it premiered--in New York City, Dec. 15, 1893
    $800 17
This can refer to an asexual reproductive process or the splitting of an atomic nucleus
    $1200 13
They were the romantic leads in "Joe Versus the Volcano", "Sleepless in Seattle" & "You've Got Mail"
    $1200 9
Mount Kilimanjaro
    $1200 28
Using a special box, this saw with a religious name is ideal for making precise 90-degree cuts
    $1200 3
He was German propaganda minister from 1933 to 1945
    $1200 23
At his last Paris concert, Feb. 16, 1848, he bravely tinkled out his Opus 65
    $1200 18
A file of papers giving detailed information on a person
    $1600 14
Alphabetically, baseball Hall of Famers run from him to Robin Yount
    DD: $2,200 10
Phnom Aural
    $1600 29
Rafter, framing & T-bevel are useful types of this "geometric" tool
    $1600 4
Karl Doenitz, who took over as leader of Germany after Hitler's suicide, was a high officer in this military branch
    $1600 24
Brahms' Opus 55, first played April 7, 1871, was a "Triumphlied" of victory in this war
    $1600 19
This Israeli intelligence service was established in 1951
    $2000 15
This country couple won a 2005 Grammy for "Like We Never Loved At All"
    $2000 11
In Central America, Doyle's Delight (not Victoria Peak, as was thought)
    $2000 30
If the joint called mortis and this is too deep, you get movement; too short, there's not enough gluing surface
    DD: $1,200 5
Sharing a cocktail with this Soviet foreign minister could have been very dangerous during WWII
    $2000 25
To premiere his Opus 30 concerto Nov. 28, 1909, this Russian had to show future pianists how to do it
    $2000 20
This term for a type of killer comes from the belief that consumption of hashish occurred in their ranks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Murtaza Kate
$12,400 $12,600 $800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

RICH & FAMOUS
At $900 million, his fortune was once 2% of the GNP; by his death in 1937, he was down to about $26 million

Final scores:

Amanda Murtaza Kate
$0 $255 $100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $255 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amanda Murtaza Kate
$12,400 $12,200 $3,000
20 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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