Show #4557 - Tuesday, June 1, 2004

Contestants

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Sue McClung, a project manager from Boston, Massachusetts

Toby Guebert, a community college instructor from Claremont, California

Jerry Harvey, a freelance educator originally from California, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $35,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

INVENTIVE WOMEN
DISNEY FILM CHARACTERS
THE REGINA MONOLOGUES
1995
FASHION ACCESSORIES
COOK UP SOME "STU"
    $200 3
Josephine Richardson built a better one of these & got patent No. 4,829,704 beating a path to her door
    $200 1
She unknowingly takes a bite out of a poisoned apple
    $200 4
Regina is the capital of this Canadian province
    $200 17
In January, Camilla Parker Bowles announced that she was getting a divorce, & this prince claimed that he wasn't
    $200 26
In the 1890s men wore this in the cuff of the sleeve; today it goes in a jacket pocket
    $200 6
A room for making radio or TV productions
    $400 18
Hinda Miller & Lisa Lindahl sewed 2 athletic supporters together to make the first "sports" one of these
    $400 2
In a 1940 film he wants more than anything else to be a real boy
    $400 5
Regina is home to a training center & museum for this group, the RCMP
    $400 19
Imelda Marcos' son "Bong Bong" lost his bid for a seat in this country's senate--& was convicted of tax evasion
    $400 27
A set of these men's dress shirt fasteners is seen here
    $400 12
From the Latin for "to be astonished", it means impressively great
    $600 21
Margaret Knight invented the flat-bottom bag maker; Lydia Deubener added these to the bags
    $600 7
She wants to walk on the beach, not swim in the sea
    DD: $1,000 8
In 1882 the city then known as "Pile O' Bones" was renamed Regina in this person's honor
    $600 20
A postage stamp featuring this blonde premiered on June 1, which would have been her 69th birthday
    $600 28
For men, a cravat is a wide necktie; this is a scarf, lapped over & worn loosely around the neck
    $600 13
The front grille of a car from this classic automaker is seen here
    $800 22
Mary Anderson invented this device after seeing a streetcar driver keep brushing snow off his front window
    $800 10
A fierce pirate, he's afraid of crocodiles for a good reason
    $800 9
Until 1905 Regina was the capital of these "Territories"
    $800 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew strolls the grounds.) Now known as the Survivor Tree, this American elm survived the April 19th tragedy in this state capital
    $800 29
(I'm Jeff Probst in Panama.) One style of this accessory is called the pintado
    $800 14
Noun meaning a dazed state of near unconsciousness
    $1000 23
In the 1950s Olivia Poole came up with this device to keep babies hoppin'-happy
    $1000 11
She joins the Chinese army to protect her father & ends up a hero
    $1000 16
Regina is home to one of the world's largest rinks for this sport of sliding stones on ice
    $1000 25
John Filo finally met Mary Ann Vecchio Gillum, 25 years after taking a famous photo of her at this university
    $1000 30
Sally Rand's first ones were made of ostrich feathers
    $1000 15
The capital city of Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg state

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

Jerry Toby Sue
$3,800 $2,600 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Toby Sue
$5,800 $5,800 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

GILBERT & SULLIVAN
THEY'RE SPORTY
SOMEDAY MY PRINCE WILL COME
THE INC. SPOTS
GEOMETRY
CROSSWORD CLUES "F"
    $400 1
Frankly, my dear, Victorians were shocked when the captain in "H.M.S. Pinafore" said this swear word
    $400 6
The Los Angeles Kings retired his No. 99 jersey
    $400 22
Rainier Louis Henri Maxence Bertrand de Grimaldi is a prince of this principality
    $400 19
You'll find the Bank of New York Company, Inc. at 1 this street
    $400 11
It's the sum total of the degrees in the angles of a quadrilateral
    $400 3
An upside-down smile
(5)
    $800 2
Director Peter Sellars' 1983 production of this operetta turned Nanki-Poo into a rock star on a motorbike
    $800 14
This Tour de France champ is strong enough to be Sheryl Crow's man
    $800 23
In 2000 Peter Russell wrote the first new bio in over a century of this prince known as "the Navigator"
    $800 27
World capital where you'd find the head office of the airline JAL
    $800 12
These 2 coordinates are used to locate a point in a 2 dimensional Cartesian, or coordinate, system
    $800 5
3/4 or 2/5
(8)
    $1200 4
In the operetta "Thespis", a troupe of actors takes over the duties on this mountain so the gods can go on vacation
    $1200 15
(Hi, I'm James Worthy.) This Hall of Fame Lakers announcer gave me my nickname "Big Game James"
    $1200 24
In the 1240s David ap Llywelyn was the first to declare himself prince of this
    $1200 28
It's the geographic "P" in the name of San Francisco-based power company PG&E
    $1200 16
His theorem says the sum of the squares of the 2 shorter sides of a right triangle equals the square of the hypotenuse
    $1200 8
Easily set on fire
(9)
    DD: $1,400 7
In Act I of this operetta, we find out that Frederic was supposed to be apprenticed to a "pilot", but his nurse misheard
    $1600 17
How sweet--he was the world welterweight champ from 1946 to 1951
    DD: $4,000 25
William the Silent, who led the land, not the "navel", battle for the Netherlands' freedom, was prince of this
    $1600 29
The USX Tower rises 841 feet in this city
    $1600 20
The surface of the mirror in a reflecting telescope has this type of geometric curve
    $1600 9
Spanish baked custard
(4)
    $2000 13
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Piazzetta in Venice, Italy.) Act I of this famous operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan is set right here on the Piazzetta in Venice
    $2000 18
This 14-year-old girl missed the cut by one shot at the 2004 Sony Open
    $2000 26
This 19th century Prussian-German prince said Germany's problems would be settled by "blood and iron"
    $2000 30
Tyson Foods, Inc. is headquartered in Springdale in this state
    $2000 21
To get this quadrilateral's area, add the 2 parallel sides, divide by 2 & multiply by the height
    $2000 10
Pocket or chain for a watch
(3)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Toby Sue
$19,000 $17,400 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
The title object of this 1850 novel is described as "so fantastically embroidered and illuminated upon her bosom"

Final scores:

Jerry Toby Sue
$34,801 $20,400 $15,000
2-day champion: $70,002 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jerry Toby Sue
$19,000 $14,600 $10,200
22 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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