Show #4323 - Wednesday, May 21, 2003

Contestants

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Maryann Correll, a research scientist from Sterling, Massachusetts

Andy Hejl, a graduate student from Pasadena, California

Doug Wager, a high school English teacher from Huntington Beach, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE
SPORTSTALK
(Alex: Name the sport for us.)
BUMPS ON THE GLOBE
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY
DO YOU HEAR SOMETHING?
"W"ORDS
    $200 26
In 1997 he became the first House speaker to be formally reprimanded; he was fined $300,000
    $200 2
Grass,
love,
2-handed player
    $200 8
If Montana invaded Idaho, its forces would cross the Bitterroot range of these mountains
    $200 21
Indonesia's 500-rupiah note depicts this endangered rust-colored ape sitting in a tree
    $200 11
It might actually help to be "pinned down" in this activity heard here
    $200 1
This kitchen tool with coiled wires attached to a handle is used to make liquids thick & frothy
    $400 27
Speakers from this state have included Joseph Cannon, Henry Rainey & Dennis Hastert
    $400 4
Stroke play,
wood,
shank
    $400 9
This country's Cordillera Cantabrica is even tougher to get across than the nearby Pyrenees
    $400 22
This country's 100-rupee note has over a dozen languages on it to satisfy all the country's ethnic groups
    $400 15
You might hear these on your way to Grandmother's house for the holidays
    $400 3
The old radio show "Quiz Kids" led to this 2-word term for someone precocious
    $600 28
In 1955 he introduced an amendment for a new House office building; it was completed in 1965 & named for him
    $600 5
Rubber,
rundown,
slider
    $600 10
The Kjolen Mountains, on the Norway-Sweden border, extend north into this people's "land"
    $600 23
Some of Armenia's banknotes feature this Biblical mountain, a national symbol
    $600 16
He's the offbeat performer heard here
Tiptoe, by the window...
    $600 12
If you've seen enough parsley in your life, try using this as a garnish instead
    $800 29
The speaker from 1936 to 1940 was the father of this famous actress, dahling!
    $800 6
Red light,
mucking,
penalty killer
    $800 19
Eastern Russia's Stanovoy Mountains form a watershed between the Pacific Ocean & this one
    $800 24
The name of this coin issued in the 1100s by Roger II of Sicily, Duke of Apulia, now refers to an admission ticket
    $800 17
Dateline Jeopardy!, 2003: This communication device once used by newsrooms is heard here
    $800 13
A word used to escape making a definite commitment is named for this animal
    DD: $1,000 30
House speaker Nicholas Longworth was married to this president's daughter Alice
    $1000 7
Striker,
throw-in,
marking
    $1000 20
The Elburz Mountains, on the Caspian Sea's south shore in this country, rise to over 18,000 feet at Mt. Damavand
    $1000 25
Iraq's 25-dinar note features Saddam Hussein on the front & this ancient city's Ishtar Gate on the back
    $1000 18
An exuberant cheer lends its name to this zany alliterative noisemaker
    $1000 14
(Sofia of the Clue Crew riding a horse in the forest) Let's see how Daily Double likes being scratched here, the highest point of the back

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

Doug Andy Maryann
$1,600 $2,200 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Andy Maryann
$3,000 $2,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

DANCERS
FIRE ON FILM
MINERALS
U.S. UNIVERSITIES
GREEK MYTHOLOGY
HOMOPHONES
    $400 1
In 2001 Gregory Hines won the Hoofer Award from NYC's festival for this type of dance
    $400 17
2 Culver City fire captains stood by nervously as the burning of this city was filmed for "GWTW"
    $400 22
Over half the use of this mineral in the U.S. is for spreading on roads & highways to melt ice & snow
    $400 12
U-Dub refers to this school founded in 1861
    $400 6
The name of Prometheus meant "forethought"; the name of his brother Epimetheus meant this
    $400 11
A Mediterranean island; or, a tree found there
    $800 2
This future Rat Packer danced with the Will Mastin Vaudeville Troupe along with his father
    $800 18
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in front of a fire engine) There's a fire engine love scene in this movie whose title refers to the addition of fresh oxygen to a fire
    $800 23
(I'm Tim Brown of the NFL) This school has produced the most Heisman Trophy winners with 7, including Paul Hornung & me
    $800 7
Thetis held her son Achilles by the heel & dipped him in this river to make him safe from wounds
    $800 13
Scorched; or, a large-leaved variety of beet (perhaps Swiss)
    $1200 3
In 1975, at age 50, Gwen Verdon originated the role of Roxie Hart in this jazzy musical
    $1200 19
1974 film about fire in the world's tallest building, which has implausibly been put up in San Francisco
    $1200 27
Steatite, or soapstone, is a compact variety of this soft mineral
    $1200 24
The 1983 gala grand opening of this university's Thomas & Mack Center featured Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin
    $1200 8
Athena gave Bellerophon a golden bridle for this wild horse
    $1200 14
A swoon; or, a deceptive attack
    $1600 4
In 1948 she married Erick Hawkins, the first male in her modern dance company
    $1600 20
In the movie version of this Stephen King novel, Drew Barrymore set things ablaze with her mind
    DD: $4,200 28
German geologist Abraham Werner gave this mineral its name, derived from a Greek word for "to write"
    $1600 25
The song heard here is associated with this school's glee club
["The Whiffenpoof Song"]
    $1600 9
She's the mother of Eros
    DD: $2,200 15
Someone residing in a foreign land; or, Drew Bledsoe, now with the Buffalo Bills
    $2000 5
"Gypsy in My Soul" is the autobiography of this flamenco pioneer whose name in Spanish means "Greek"
    $2000 21
In "Firestorm" Howie Long is a heroic one of these firefighters who specialize in parachuting into forest fires
    $2000 26
In the 1830s an Atlanta school was named for this bishop who had been killed in a carriage wreck
    $2000 10
Perseus rescued this beautiful maiden, who was chained to a rock as a sacrifice to a monster
    $2000 16
A soothsayer; or, a tool for making holes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Andy Maryann
$11,200 $8,600 $200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
The food item that some named for Vienna, others named for this city 400 miles away

Final scores:

Doug Andy Maryann
$5,199 $5,600 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,600 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Andy Maryann
$10,600 $9,600 $4,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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