Show #4593 - Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Ken Jennings game 36.

Contestants

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Art Borgemenke, an adjunct professor from El Paso, Texas

Liese Tamburrino, an international sales manager from Pahrump, Nevada

Ken Jennings, a software engineer from Salt Lake City, Utah (whose 35-day cash winnings total $1,164,660)

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Jeopardy! Round

POPULAR SCIENCE TOP STORIES OF 2003
FIRST NAME'S THE SAME
CRIME TIME
STATE NICKNAME FUN
I'VE GOT A BEEF WITH YOU
YOU'RE MAKING ME "MAD"
    $200 18
Japanese scientists genetically engineered this type of coffee plant with 70% less jitter than the regular
    $200 1
Close, Frey
    $200 24
During crime sprees with Clyde Barrow, she took the time to mail samples of her poetry to local newspapers
    $200 6
These 2 states with a precious metal in their nicknames border each other
    $200 16
When Sizzler has these "all-you-can-eat", they'll stick to yours
    $200 11
Dolley Payne married him September 15, 1794
    $400 19
A weighty issue, but researchers found that eating the "dark" type of this food daily can lower blood pressure
    $400 2
Herman, Harrelson
    $400 25
He got his "Scarface" after being knifed by a drunk at Frankie Yale's Harvard Inn in Brooklyn in 1917
    $400 7
The nickname of this state includes a greeting in a non-English language
    $400 17
The cut above the round, it also begins with "R"
    $400 12
It became the capital during the reign of Philip II
    $600 20
A microwave detector put the precise age of this at 13.7 billion years (give or take 1%)
    $600 3
Franklin, Standish
    $600 26
On March 3, 1934 this Public Enemy escaped from Lake County Jail in Crown Point, Ind., allegedly using a wooden gun
    $600 8
A ride at the Albuquerque Int'l Balloon Fiesta might show you why New Mexico is the "land of" this
    $600 23
The name of this cut from the side of the animal is also used for the extreme left or right side of an army
    $600 13
Technically, it's bovine spongiform encephalopathy
    $800 21
Oddly, geologists learned that much of the sand in the Grand Canyon came from these mountains between Quebec & Alabama
    $800 4
Rogers, Newton
    $800 27
William & Emily Harris were members of this radical terrorist group that kidnapped Patty Hearst in Feb. 1974
    $800 9
Minnesota may have gotten this nickname from a cartoon showing railroad organizers as tunneling mammals
    $800 29
The cut of meat between the neck & the shoulder blade; it also is a clamp between the bit & the drill
    $800 14
He attributes his TV sports telestrating skills to watching Reagan's doctor diagram where he was shot in 1981
    $1000 22
This scientist, a model for Dr. Strangelove, passed away in September at age 95
    $1000 5
Hayes, Newton
    $1000 28
In 1965 this former surfing champion was convicted of stealing the Star of India sapphire
    DD: $4,000 10
In 2004 a biologist caused great excitement when he photographed an actual wild one of these in Michigan
    $1000 30
From a chicken, it's a breast; from a cow, it's called this & Aunt Esther might make a nice one for Pesach
    $1000 15
The French made this island a colony in 1896

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Ken Liese Art
$9,200 $0 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Liese Art
$14,000 $600 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

GERMAN HISTORY
CHARACTERS IN MUSICALS
THE HOUSES SEARS BUILT
WALKING THE DOG
THERE'S A PLACE FOR US
"LA" DEE DA
    $400 1
After the death of President Hindenburg in 1934, Hitler assumed this title meaning "leader"
    $400 11
Mary Martin, Sandy Duncan & Cathy Rigby have all starred on Broadway in this male role
    $400 16
Sears issued its first book of modern homes in 1908, the same year Henry Ford introduced this car to the public
    $400 26
This sporting dog was first bred by German nobles in the court of Weimar in the early 19th century
    $400 21
You can check Shabbat start times on jpost,com, a website for a newspaper in this city
    $400 6
The Census Bureau uses "Hispanic", but many of South & Central American heritage prefer this 1-word term
    $800 2
Nickname of Duke Henry, who fought Albert the Bear to control Saxony in the 1100s; only Ulrich the Tiger was missing
    $800 12
As a child in the '60s, Pia Zadora played Tevye's daughter Bielke in this Broadway musical
    $800 17
Sears homes can be found in all the 48 contiguous states; Carlinville SW of Springfield in this state has the most
    $800 27
This toy dog seems to be named for a Mediterranean island, but might be named for Melita, Sicily
    $800 22
George H.W. Bush has a home in Tanglewood, a neighborhood of this Texas city
    $800 7
It's the exciting activity seen here
    $1200 3
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Berlin, Germany.) Completed in 1894, the Reichstag dates from this numerical Reich in German history
    $1200 13
There should be an "ABBA"-dabba honeymoon for Sophie, the bride-to-be in this musical full of ABBA songs
    $1200 18
One of the models has the same name as this film capital where many of these cottages still exist
    $1200 28
3 AKC-recognized breeds have "miniature" in their names: miniature pinscher, miniature bull terrier & this
    $1200 23
You'll discover this city is home to the main campus of the Ohio State University
    $1200 8
This company's Blue is one of the top-selling imported beers in the U.S.
    $1600 4
Though the uprising called the Peasants' War was partly based on this man's ideas, he came out against it in 1525
    $1600 14
Natasha Richardson, Molly Ringwald & Brooke Shields each played this role in "Cabaret" on Broadway
    $1600 19
For $11,500 you could purchase plans & materials for this type of building even if it wasn't little or red
    $1600 29
This terrier is known as a westie for short
    $1600 24
Belgium has 3 federal regions, Wallonia, Flanders & this one, which includes the capital
    $1600 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, PA.) The lower this number for Foucault pendulum's location, the slower its rate of rotation
    $2000 5
In 1631, during this decades-long war, Sweden's army marched to the Rhine
    $2000 15
Sutton Foster won a Tony for playing the title flapper in this musical based on a Julie Andrews film
    DD: $3,200 20
The Princeville & the Avalon models are an example of this bungalow type whose name means "artisan"
    DD: $6,600 30
2 puppies rescued from a British brig off the coast of Maryland in 1807 are the ancestors of this retriever
    $2000 25
St. Paul was born as Saul in this city
    $2000 10
This Hamburg native who's designed for Chloe & Fendi is known as "King Karl"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Liese Art
$26,800 $0 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SINGERS
(Alex: I would love to sing for you, but instead, I will read the clue.)
Her recording career lasted just 8 years, starting in 1955 with "A Church, A Courtroom And Then Good-Bye"

Final scores:

Ken Liese Art
$30,000 $0 $8,800
36-day champion: $1,194,660 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ken Liese Art
$22,600 $6,600 $4,400
40 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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