Show #5476 - Monday, June 2, 2008

Contestants

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Chris Vestuto, a test prep teacher from Goleta, California

Ann Middleman, a market research consultant from Westbury, New York

Susan Keller, an English teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AH, SWEET MYTHTERY
HIP-HOP & RAP
SEXPERTISE
(Alex: You have to identify the female in the group.)
THOSE AMAZING ANIMALS
A FASHIONABLE CATEGORY
2-LETTER WORDS
(Alex: It sounds easy.)
    $200 12
Telemachus was this long lost traveler's faithful son
    $200 23
Yo, this notorious rapper's second posthumous No. 1 hit single was 1997's "Mo Money Mo Problems"
    $200 11
Stevie Winwood,
Stevie Nicks,
Stevie Wonder
    $200 4
Newly born calves of this "colorful" mammal can measure 28 feet in length & weigh up to 3 tons
    $200 1
Romance is a perfume from this designer whom you might call a major "polo" player
    $200 3
Before the grand jury, Bill Clinton said, "It depends on... your definition of" this word
    $400 17
Of a dryad, a naiad or an oread, she's the water nymph
    $400 27
This huge hit by Jay-Z samples a song from the musical "Annie"
    $400 13
Robin Leach,
Robin Givens,
Robin Cook
    $400 5
No longer used in Thailand to haul teak from the jungle, these animals are being trained to paint
    $400 2
Wallace might know this term for a metal eyelet mainly used on belts but also seen on hems & cuffs
    DD: $800 9
"Ut" used to be used for the first or key note of the musical scale; this has replaced it
    $600 18
Hard-partyin' half-man, half-goat creatures of Greek mythology
    $600 28
This "King of Crunk" is not to be confused with Lil' Wayne
    $600 14
Pat Leahy,
Pat Buchanan,
Pat Nixon
    $600 6
High in Omega-3 fatty acids, oils from these creatures have been shown to reduce high levels of triglycerides
    $600 24
The length of these ladylike accessories is denoted by buttons; 16-button ones are formal length
    $600 10
An Italian river, or the red Teletubby
    $800 20
The Myrmidons were this great hero's brutal cohorts in the Trojan War
    $800 29
A TV show on E! chronicles the "Father Hood" of this rap star
    $800 19
Kim Campbell,
Kim Philby,
Kim Jong Il
    $800 7
Because hippo teeth are made of this, they won't yellow & were once a popular source for false teeth
    $800 25
Feline name for the full-body stocking made popular by Diana Rigg on "The Avengers"
    $800 15
Don't have a cow, man, it's just the 12th letter of the Greek alphabet
    $1000 22
This mythological sculptor tragically fell in love with a beautiful statue he had carved
    $1000 30
Group that includes members Krayzie Bone, Layzie Bone & Wish Bone
    $1000 21
P.D. James,
G.K. Chesterton,
A.A. Milne
    $1000 8
This clam named for a sharp instrument can burrow almost as fast as you can shovel
    $1000 26
In the 1800s, it was fashionable to wear a cap named for this woman who stabbed Jean-Paul Marat
    $1000 16
In British slang this word alone means thank you; 2 together means good-bye

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

Susan Ann Chris
$400 $800 $5,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Ann Chris
$1,200 $4,400 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY WORLD LEADERS
WESTERNS
ART
COMPUTER TERMS
WORLD UP!
IT HAD TO "BU"
    $400 4
Like mom like son: sadly, her son Rajiv was also assassinated
    $400 12
This singer's films include the westerns "Flaming Star", "Charro!" & "Love Me Tender"
    $400 1
This Chinese dynasty that reigned from 1368 to 1644 was known for beautiful vases
    $400 2
It can mean any computer used by an individual, or an IBM-type machine as opposed to a Mac
    $400 7
In May 1988, after 8 years of fighting there, the Soviet army began withdrawing from this country
    $400 8
Any dry red table wine may be called this even if it doesn't come from the French region of the same name
    $800 10
In 1958 he launched his Great Leap Forward program; it was a great disaster
    $800 13
It's the type of transport in the title of John Wayne's 1939 breakout film
    $800 3
Dante Gabriel Rossetti wanted to take art back to "pre-" this Renaissance master born in 1483
    $800 6
You can't have too much RAM, which stands for this
    DD: $2,000 22
This island that gained independence from Denmark in 1944 is below the Arctic Circle
    $800 9
In 1403 Venice established the first maritime quarantine station to prevent this deadly disease
    $1200 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from Lima, Peru.) From 1990 to 2000, the palace behind me, here in Lima, was the home of this man, the first of Japanese descent to head another country
    $1200 14
He won his first Oscar for directing "Unforgiven"
    $1200 5
We're not joshing--in 1769 this portrait painter got knighted
    $1200 28
This unit equals about 1,000 megabytes, or about half a million pages of text
    $1200 23
This African country may have been first settled by Phoenicians as early as the 12th century B.C.
    $1200 11
Government ones of these include of Indian Affairs & of the Census
    $1600 20
Wearing the hat of Chancellor for over 15 years, he was Germany's longest-serving leader since Bismarck
    $1600 17
This Dustin Hoffman title character was also known as Jack Crabb & the Soda Pop Kid
    $1600 26
Roger Fry of the Met coined this term for the works of artists like Cezanne & Gauguin
    DD: $2,000 29
In the acronym BIOS, these 2 words come between "basic" & "system"
    $1600 24
Russia's longest border is not with China but with this "stan"
    $1600 15
Established in 1881, The Wharton School at the U. of Pennsylvania was the world's first collegiate school of this
    $2000 21
His original name was Tafari Makonnen, but he ruled his country under this name
    $2000 18
Dag nabbit! He's the perennial sidekick who won 3 Oscars, including one for 1940's "The Westerner"
    $2000 27
"The Regatta at Argenteuil" shows this Frenchman's love of water subjects, like lilies
    $2000 25
In 1980 Luis Garcia Meza took power in this landlocked S. Amer. country that's had more than 180 coups in its history
    $2000 16
From the Greek for "herdsman", it means pastoral or idyllic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Ann Chris
$5,600 $11,200 $18,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE BILLBOARD HOT 100
A song by this artist hit No. 1 in 1999, making her at age 52 the oldest female to have a Billboard No. 1 single

Final scores:

Susan Ann Chris
$2,200 $11,200 $14,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $14,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Susan Ann Chris
$5,600 $12,000 $17,800
10 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,400

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