Show #4343 - Wednesday, June 18, 2003

John Beck game 4.

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Scott Ingram, a substitute teacher from Camarillo, California

Kerry Kelly, an ammunitions instructor from Pine Bluff, Arkansas

John Beck, a copywriter from Torrance, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $74,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

AGRICULTURE
MYTHING IN ACTION
(Alex: And I'm not lisping!)
WILLIAM McKINLEY NEVER...
THE MOST POPULOUS NATION
IRISH STARS
"PH"UN WITH WORDS
    $200 17
ISE America, specializing in this food product, boasts of having over 5 million layers
    $200 12
In the legends & mythologies of many of the world's cultures you'll find these fiery reptilians
    $200 26
...did this dance that's "kinda like the twist / pretend you're in the water and you go like this"
    $200 11
Mexico,
Brazil,
Argentina
    $200 6
This Bond of "Die Another Day" was born in County Meath
    $200 1
Type of game bird that's traditionally served "under glass"
    $400 18
Moisture & temperature are regulated in these rounded buildings to keep the fodder nutritious
    $400 13
The Irish word luchorpan, meaning "little body", gives us this word for a little mythical Irish creature
    $400 27
...chose a safe toaster using the ratings of this magazine founded in 1936
    $400 22
Egypt,
Iraq,
Saudi Arabia
    $400 7
The youngest man to play Henry V for the Royal Shakespeare Company, he starred in the 1989 film, too
    $400 2
It's a generic term for Xerox
    $600 19
To harvest sugar cane, workers set fire to the fields; the leaves burn but these sugar-containing parts don't
    $600 14
In Incan myths from South America, this camel relative warns man of an impending great flood
    $600 28
...rode this type of alliterative item seen here
    $600 23
Finland,
Norway,
Sweden
    $600 8
This Irish star of "Michael Collins" stretched his acting abilities to play Scottish legend Rob Roy
    $600 3
When exposed to air, this chemical element can burst into flames, spontaneously
    DD: $2,600 20
Bollgard is a genetically modified brand of this plant
    $800 15
One way into this Greek mythical place was to take a boat ride with Charon
    $800 29
...took Paxil for this type of "stress disorder", a possible result of his Civil War service
    $800 24
Vatican City,
Monaco,
Andorra
    $800 9
In July of 2001 he stunned the world when he announced he was putting out his "Feet of Flames" forever
    $800 4
In the classification of living organisms, it comes between class & kingdom
    $1000 21
The name of this type of vegetable farm comes from a word for "barter", not a vehicle
    $1000 16
In Greek mythology, Medea falls for this man & helps him steal the Golden Fleece
    $1000 30
...flew on this low-fare airline launched by David Neeleman out of JFK
    $1000 25
Russia,
Indonesia,
Japan
    $1000 10
In 1976 he returned as John Morgan in "The Return of a Man Called Horse"
    $1000 5
Luke was the "beloved" one & that's the gospel truth

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

John Kerry Scott
$4,400 $1,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Kerry Scott
$6,000 $3,000 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

GREEK SCIENCE
1960s TV
MUSIC TO MY EARS
PLACES TO VISIT
17th CENTURY NOTABLES
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 17
To numb you, the Greeks made an early type of this from mandrake
    $400 13
The Flying Fickle Finger of Fate determined that at the end of the '60s, this variety series was TV's No. 1 show
    $400 14
The name of this musical form for 2 or more voices may come from "matricalis", Latin for "of the mother"
    $400 2
Each of the 4 heads on this memorial is about 60 feet high (about as high as a 5-story building!)
    $400 1
She died, perhaps of smallpox, while preparing to return home from England in 1617 with hubby John Rolfe
    $400 3
The world's oldest teenager who's a chocolate-coated candy with a peanut butter center
    $800 18
Diophantus made this field of math his specialty, introducing symbols to represent unknowns
    $800 15
The second verse of its theme begins, "There's a little hotel called The Shady Rest at the Junction"
    $800 24
This note sits at the center of the piano keyboard & has a frequency of 261.6 hertz
    $800 10
You can see the Baths of Caracalla in this world capital
    $800 6
In 1693 this royal pair chartered a college in the Virginia colony
    $800 4
He served as both the third U.S. president & the first president of the Confederate States of America
    $1200 28
Aristotle said one of these couldn't exist; without an atmosphere, an object could go infinitely fast, an impossibility
    $1200 16
John Astin played this guest villain on "Batman" for 2 episodes; Frank Gorshin played him on numerous other occasions
    $1200 25
Tchaikovsky assigned this tempo to the following
    $1200 21
This national memorial is named for the sandstone arch seen here
    DD: $3,000 7
Just months after publishing "Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems", he was tried for heresy
    $1200 5
"Surf City" duo who teamed up with Jerry Lewis
    $1600 29
The auger drill of today has its roots in this Greek's "water snail", a screw that raised water
    $1600 19
Barbara Bain won Emmys for Best Dramatic Actress in '67, '68 & '69 as Cinnamon Carter on this espionage series
    $1600 26
"The Four Seasons" is this type of "music" that doesn't go with a TV show but expresses a non-musical idea
    $1600 22
The name of this Gothic cathedral means "Our Lady"
    $1600 8
He's the famous Flemish painter seen here (notice the beard)
    $1600 11
Leader of pop music's Funky Bunch who wrote "Tom Sawyer"
    $2000 30
The study of electromagnetism began when Thales found this substance, when rubbed, could pick up light objects
    $2000 20
Its regular panelists in the 1960s were Bill Cullen, Henry Morgan, Betsy Palmer & Bess Myerson
    $2000 27
Riverside Church in NYC has the biggest of these musical instruments, with 74 bells
    DD: $1,000 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Belize) Xunantunich was a ceremonial center of this civilization that flourished from about 300 B.C. to 900 A.D.
    $2000 9
In 1656 this freethinking Dutch philosopher was excommunicated by the Jewish community
    $2000 12
Red-headed stranger who was on the road again as the first black president of South Africa

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Kerry Scott
$15,800 $6,000 $9,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TITLE CHARACTERS
Fanny Squeers called him Knuckleboy

Final scores:

John Kerry Scott
$12,100 $100 $0
4-day champion: $87,099 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Kerry Scott
$16,800 $9,000 $7,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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