Show #4551 - Monday, May 24, 2004

Contestants

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Gina George, a consultant and customer service representative from Harrisburg, Ohio

Daniel Morgan, an attorney from Silver Creek, Georgia

Jeremy Schanck, a business development coordinator from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
AIRLINES
MAGAZINES
GEOGRAPHY "B"
LEFT, RIGHT OR CENTER
GET YOUR PHIL
    $200 21
In 1997 the world said "Hello Dolly" to one of these mammals, the first successfully cloned
    $200 22
This airline calls itself "The Spirit of Australia"
    $200 12
It precedes Hot Rodding, Photography & Mechanics in the names of magazines
    $200 7
It's the second-most populous city in England
    $200 6
One you have is "to remain silent"
    $200 1
In 1984 Philip Michael Thomas began playing Ricardo Tubbs on this TV show
    $400 30
The poorwill is one of the few species of birds that's known to do this in the winter
    $400 23
Carrier serving the Eastern U.S. is the third to bear this name & the logo seen here
    $400 13
Appropriately, the name of this director is in the title of a mystery magazine founded in 1956
    $400 8
Saudi Arabia is connected to this Persian Gulf island nation by the King Fahd Causeway
    $400 17
Bank on which you'd find the artistic section of Paris
    $400 2
Now a coach, he was nicknamed "the Mop" for diving after loose balls during 13 seasons in the NBA
    $600 29
Codeine & morphine are both made from opium, which is obtained from a species of this flower
    $600 24
This "colorful" low-fare airline began passenger service in 2000 with flights between JFK & Fort Lauderdale
    $600 14
Time, Inc. spun off this magazine from People magazine in June 1994
    $600 9
It's one of the 3 U.S. state capitals found on the Missouri River
    $600 18
The Brits spell it differently
    $600 3
In the 1946 classic "The Big Sleep", he played Philip Marlowe
    $800 28
Lignite, a low-grade type of this rock, is only about 30 percent carbon
    $800 25
Not surprisingly, in 1988 it was the official carrier of the Seoul Olympic games
    $800 15
Anna Wintour is the editor-in-chief of the U.S. edition of this fashion magazine
    $800 10
Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is president of this nation with a population near 175 million
    $800 19
Don't keep it under your hat, it anagrams to a material used in hats
    DD: $1,000 4
He won Emmys in 1977, '78, '79, '80, '82, '83, '85, '86 & '88
    $1000 27
Sweeter than sucrose, this fruit sugar is found in fruits as well as in honey
    $1000 26
Though now competing with newer companies, it remains Russia's largest air carrier
    $1000 16
In 2002, this magazine finally tracked down & ID'ed Sharbat Gula as the subject of its most famous cover from 1985
    $1000 11
In the 17th c. Tibetan forces invaded this neighboring country whose name means "the edge of Tibet"
    $1000 20
It's a whale
    $1000 5
Philip Bailey was the mesmerizing lead falsetto singer of this 1970s funk supergroup abbreviated EWF

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

Jeremy Daniel Gina
$5,400 $1,200 -$800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Daniel Gina
$11,000 $4,000 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH HISTORY
OSCAR ODDITIES
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
BESTSELLERS
HARDWARE STORE MENAGERIE
GET YOUR "PHIL"
    $400 3
Her 11 1/2 years as prime minister was the longest consecutive term since the Earl of Liverpool in the early 19th century
    $400 5
Richard Burton & Liz Taylor were nominated for playing husband & wife in this 1966 film based on an Edward Albee play
    $400 26
This cabinet department oversees the grain inspection, packers & stockyards administration
    $400 13
A little birdie told us this Richard Bach book was the top-selling fiction book of 1972 & 1973
    $400 18
A plumber uses one to clear out your pipes
    $400 1
David Hume was literally a "lover of knowledge" as one of these
    $800 11
This 1215 agreement placed the king under English law & limited his power
    $800 6
Katina Paxinou is the only Oscar-winning actress born in this country
    $800 27
This agency also regulates medical devices, cosmetics & animal feed
    $800 14
"Tuesdays with Morrie" author Mitch Albom titled his 2003 bestseller "The Five People You Meet" here
    $800 19
It has adjustable jaws so it can grasp nuts of different sizes
    $800 2
Its currency is the peso & it comprises over 7,000 islands
    DD: $3,000 12
The Ancient Romans built this across Britain from the mouth of the Tyne River to Solway Firth
    $1200 7
For 1991 3 of the 5 nominated songs, including "Belle", were from this one film
    $1200 28
This bureau of the Justice Department has added Explosives to its name, though it's still abbreviated ATF
    $1200 15
"People Like Us" & "An Inconvenient Woman" are 2 of the bestsellers by this Vanity Fair contributor
    $1200 23
It's the reptilian name of these fasteners
    $1200 4
Any symphony orchestra
    $1600 21
During the Civil War the Roundheads, members of this religious group, closed the theaters
    $1600 8
(Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin.) For "Sense and Sensibility", she became the first actress to be nominated for both Best Actress & Best Screenplay
    $1600 29
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Ellis Island, NY.) Here in the Great Hall, the U.S. Public Health Service and the agency later known as this did the processing at Ellis Island
    $1600 16
In titles of novels by John Sandford it follows "Rules of", "Silent" & "Naked"
    $1600 24
It's a moveable trestle or frame that supports wood being cut
    $1600 10
It's defined as a man who has many casual romantic affairs with women
    $2000 20
Usual adjective for the 1688 revolution that overthrew James II & placed William & Mary on the throne
    $2000 9
His 1925 silent "The Gold Rush" was reissued in 1942 with music & sound effects & nominated for Sound Recording
    DD: $2,000 30
The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention is an agency of this department
    $2000 17
His "Skipping Christmas" & "A Painted House" were among the Top 10 bestselling books of 2001
    $2000 25
A wing nut is also called this; &, no, it didn't start out as a caterpillar nut
    $2000 22
The desire to help humanity, especially through charitable activities

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Daniel Gina
$15,600 $11,600 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
This Southern capital was named for an ancestor of a 20th century poet known for his clever rhymes

Final scores:

Jeremy Daniel Gina
$23,300 $23,198 $15,601
2-day champion: $42,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeremy Daniel Gina
$18,400 $11,600 $11,600
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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