Show #5436 - Monday, April 7, 2008

Deborah Fitzgerald game 1.

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Stephen Wilson, a Ph.D. student from Milton, Delaware

Deborah Fitzgerald, a retired government employee from McLean, Virginia

Rich House, an English professor from Terre Haute, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $45,602)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHILDREN'S HOSPITALS
SPORTS STUFF
EMERIL GOES INTERNATIONAL
STATE MOTTOES
FROM "RAG"s
TO RICHES
    $200 19
There are about 250 children's hospitals in the U.S.; the first was founded in this Pennsylvania city in 1855
    $200 1
This NASCAR Jr. has amassed more than $42 million in career earnings & 17 victories, including the 2004 Daytona 500
    $200 4
(The Food Network's Emeril Lagasse reads the clue from his kitchen.) Phyllo will form both the top and bottom crusts of this Greek spinach-&-cheese pie
    $200 20
Montana:
"Oro y plata",
translated as
"Gold and" this
    $200 5
Asuncion is its capital & largest city
    $200 12
Like his father before him, he's the longtime mayor of Chicago
    $400 27
The 4-fold mission of Children's Hospitals is C.A.R.E.: clinical care, advocacy, research & this
    $400 2
In 2000 this team won its third straight World Series, the first "Subway Series" since 1956
    $400 15
(Emeril gives the clue, slowly.) Tomatoes & mozzarella make up this salad named for the island in the Bay of Naples where it was created
    $400 21
Missouri:
"Salus populi suprema lex esto"--"The welfare of the people shall be the supreme" this
    $400 8
One who dawdles or falls behind
    $400 13
In 1969 he began Virgin, a mail-order business for discount records
    $600 28
Conjoined twins from Guatemala were separated in 2002 at the Mattel Children's Hospital at this L.A. school
    $600 3
This speed skater was an AP Athlete of the Year & S.I.'s Sportsman (Sportswoman?) of the Year in 1994
    $600 16
(Emeril reads the clue once more.) To make the versatile Indian bread called naan, I use this type of butter from which solids have been removed, sometimes called ghee
    $600 22
Colorado:
"Nil sine numine", translated as this "without providence"
    $600 9
4-winged predatory insect of the order Odonata
    $600 14
In the 1984 film version of "1984", this acclaimed British actor played the inquisitor O'Brien
    $800 29
The single largest health insurer for children is this "aid" program set up by the U.S. government in 1965
    $800 6
Burnie is the "scorching" mascot of this NBA team
    $800 17
(Emeril makes a sandwich as he delivers the clue.) Take the ham-and-gruyere sandwich called a croque-monsieur and change its gender by adding a fried egg; now it's called this
    $800 25
Oregon:
"Alis volat propriis", or "She flies with her own" these
    DD: $1,000 10
Newport & Providence are cities on the shores of this bay
    $800 23
The German stamp issued on the 50th anniversary of this composer's death depicted his opera "Salome"
    $1000 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Little League headquarters in Williamsport, PA.) A baseball is made of leather, several yards of yarn & two layers of rubber covering a grape-sized sphere made with this lightweight wood
    $1000 18
(Emeril reads the last clue of the category.) My recipe for chowder starts with cooking bacon until it has released most of its fat, a version of this separation process
    $1000 26
Kansas:
"Ad astra per aspera"--"To" these "through difficulties"
    $1000 11
Philosophic theory promoted by William James in the early 1900s
    $1000 24
This journalist's "diary" from Richard Tregaskis was a firsthand account of WWII in the Pacific

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rich Deborah Stephen
$3,400 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Deborah Stephen
$7,600 $4,000 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
MAN-AGRAMS
(Alex: ...these are famous people, anagrammed.)
ISLANDS
CENTRAL PARK
JEOPMARK CARDS FOR LITERARY CHARACTERS
NATIONAL RHYME TIME
    $400 13
He had "Fun in Acapulco":
SLEEPY LIVERS
    $400 9
Its name was originally an Arawak Indian word spelled X-A-Y-M-A-C-A
    $400 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Central Park.) An archway on East Drive is unusual in that it's made from this stone, more associated with apartment houses of the late 1800s
    $400 2
Wishing this 1726 title guy bon voyage! Whether you meet people big or small, may your 4 trips make you say "Yahoo!"
    $400 7
The bottom of a window frame for the largest country in South America
    $800 24
In a famous 1830 race, this little ol' locomotive lost to a horse
    $800 14
"Match Point"er of the cinema:
YELL AND WOO
    $800 20
(Sarah shows a mosaic in New York's Central Park.) Legislation giving this name to an area of the park's west side from 71st to 74th was introduced December 18, 1980, just 10 days after John Lennon's death
    $800 3
My love for you, Daisy, will never die, but I will. All my love, this 1925 title guy
    $800 8
Paris jodhpurs
    DD: $2,000 17
Built between 1817 & 1825, it was 363 miles long 40 feet wide on top & 4 feet deep
    $1200 15
A thousand faces, only one name:
HONEY CLAN
    $1200 4
Sometimes 3's not enough of a crowd! Here's hoping for that promotion for this 1844 guy from Gascony!
    $1200 10
A short-lived craze in a desert nation of North Central Africa
    $1600 16
In 1888 he introduced a new shorthand system that would largely replace the Pitman system
    $1600 21
He "josh"ed around on "The West Wing":
WHAT BOLD DRY FIRE
    $1600 23
(Jon of the Clue Crew walks on the grass in Central Park.) The area that's hosted a mass by Pope John Paul II and a concert by Simon & Garfunkel has been called the "Great" this since it was planted with grass in 1937
    $1600 5
Your daughter is getting married! Hoping 1611 will be wonderful for this guy & our love to Miranda & Ferdinand!
    $1600 11
"Free" whale that lives in Santiago
    $2000 1
In 1835 he became Speaker of the House; 10 years later, he was occupying the White House
    $2000 22
The characters played by 6 actors in the 2007 film "I'm Not There" are based on this singer:
BLAND BOY
    $2000 18
The few people who live on this island partner of Antigua keep busy lobster fishing
    $2000 6
As we sail off in an 1851 novel, you're this man, a true friend (& thanks for laying off on the cannibalism)
    $2000 12
Lunar object over a Gulf of Guinea nation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Deborah Stephen
$14,800 $8,400 -$1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ASSASSINATIONS
For a short time, Diego Rivera was a suspect in the 1940 murder of this man

Final scores:

Rich Deborah Stephen
$11,799 $16,799 -$1,800
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,799 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rich Deborah Stephen
$14,600 $8,400 -$2,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
1 W
6 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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