Show #4360 - Friday, July 11, 2003

Contestants

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Sheryl Martin, a contract administrator from Burbank, California

Leonard Stoehr, a truck driver from Norcross, Georgia

Nulty Lynch, a financial printer from Greenbelt, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

YOU'RE SUCH AN ANIMAL
HIT ME WITH THE HITS
HISTORIC HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA
FASHION
ODDS & ENDS
B____G
    $200 16
Coots, rails & limpkins are types of these
    $200 11
It was all the rage & on the charts in 1975; so "Do" it!
    $200 26
Take a driving tour of Hopewell homes built in the 1920s & '30s from this "Softer Side" retailer's mail-order kits
    $200 6
This '70s style included the ubiquitous safety pin in the nose
    $200 1
This woman married to our 37th president was born farther west than any other first lady
    $200 21
It's an error in a computer program
    $400 17
The spines on a hedgehog are actually a modified form of this, something you have
    $400 12
You might need a designated driver after listening to this No. 1 hit from 1958
    $400 27
City Point, the oldest part of Hopewell, was founded by Sir Thomas Dale in the 13th year of this century
    $400 7
Elsa Schiaparelli was influenced by this art movement & even designed the "tear dress" with Dali
    $400 2
It's the city where the Francis Scott Key Bridge spans the Patapsco River estuary
    $400 22
If you're really desperate to get something, you may do this, "borrow, or steal" to get it
    $600 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Columbus (Ohio) Zoo) This 2-word term applied to manatees includes the name of a placid land animal
    $600 13
The Ventures had a Top 10 hit with this song in 1969
    $600 28
Hopewell is a mere 30 minutes down the road from this capital of the Confederacy
    DD: $400 8
The trendsetter for men in the '30s was the Prince of Wales who became this king
    $600 3
The book "Heave Ho" describes this June 1944 event as perhaps the greatest mass bout of seasickness ever
    $600 23
In police slang, it means "to make a collar"
    $800 19
At about 500 pounds, the pygmy species of this is only about 1/10 the mass of the full-sized version
    $800 14
72 years after this 1902 song was written, it went to No. 3 on the charts
    $800 29
From his headquarters in what is now Hopewell, this general directed the 1864-65 siege of nearby Petersburg
    $800 9
Last name of designers Domenico & Stefano, they have an & line and a D&G line
    $800 4
Seen here, it's the only breed of dog of which it can be categorically said that its bite is worse than its bark
    $800 24
Whitney & Yanni are among the artists on this label
    $1000 20
Meaning "intoxicated", musth is when the bulls of the African or Asian species of these go beserk
    $1000 15
Reaching No. 1 in 1962, this song was the first by a British group to top the U.S. charts
    $1000 30
Hopewell got a major boost in its development when this Delaware chemical company started a factory there in 1914
    $1000 10
1958 saw his Trapeze line debut at Dior
    $1000 5
The Latin name of this ocean creature is Xiphias gladius
    $1000 25
Mystery author Katherine Hall Page has put "The Body in the Cast", "The Body in the Kelp" & "The Body in" this

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

Nulty Leonard Sheryl
$1,600 $1,200 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nulty Leonard Sheryl
$6,400 $3,600 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
AT THE MOVIES
WHO ARE YOU TALKING TO?
JOE COLLEGE
BY THE SEA
FILE UNDER "F"
    $400 6
In 1888 this painter suffered one of his first attacks of madness, while Paul Gauguin was visiting him
    $400 1
This person appeared in more than 35 Alfred Hitchcock movies
    $400 26
Cleopatra:
"Leave the fishing-rod...to us poor sovereigns of Pharos...your game is cities, provinces & kingdoms"
    $400 21
Seen here, Yale Law, 1967
    $400 16
The lowest points of Aruba & Anguilla are at sea level -- this sea
    $400 11
Justice Felix, or a hot dog
    $800 7
His "Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2" featured Thomas Carlyle, not his mother
    $800 2
In the 1937 film version, he's Snow White's only beardless dwarf
    $800 27
Churchill:
"You do your worst -- and we will do our best"
    $800 22
Seen here, UCLA Law, 1973
    $800 17
The Sea of Marmara, between the Bosporus & Dardanelles Straits, is bounded by this country
    $800 12
An amazing stroke of luck, or an alternate name for the summer flounder
    $1200 8
Expressionist movements that started in this country included "The Bridge" & "The Blue Rider"
    $1200 3
Disney's first live-action comedy, this 1959 film starred Tommy Kirk as a boy who changes into a sheepdog
    $1200 28
Lincoln:
"Pardon me for asking what the horses of your army have done since...Antietam that fatigue anything?"
    $1200 23
Attended Alabama 1961-1965; played some varsity football
    $1200 18
A visit to the southern Israeli resort city of Eilat might include snorkeling in this sea
    $1200 13
The fiddlehead fronds of these graceful green plants taste a bit like green beans & asparagus
    $1600 9
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at Rembrandt's house in Amsterdam) Rembrandt did much of his work in this studio, including this philosopher "Contemplating the Bust of Homer"
    $1600 4
In this 1978 film, Vietnam vet Christopher Walken plays Russian Roulette for a living
    DD: $1,600 29
Joseph Welch:
"Have you no sense of decency, sir?"
    $1600 24
Brown (not Penn State), 1950
    $1600 19
This "Port" city, a national capital, lies on the Gulf of Papua, an inlet of the Coral Sea
    $1600 14
Here's the buzz: its scientific genus is Drosophila
    $2000 10
French Fauvist famous for his 1905 "Woman with a Hat" & a mural in a Pennsylvania museum
    $2000 5
This Swedish film director's classics include "The Virgin Spring", "The Silence" & "Wild Strawberries"
    $2000 30
Samuel Johnson:
"I'll come no more behind your scenes, David; for...your actresses excite my amorous propensities"
    $2000 25
West Point (to learn "fighting"), 1837
    $2000 20
On the North Sea, this Dutch province whose name includes the Dutch for "sea", was badly flooded in 1953
    DD: $2,000 15
Good "Afternoon" to this creature who's half-goat & half-human

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nulty Leonard Sheryl
$10,800 $9,200 $3,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL PLACES
(Alex: So I suppose it would help if you had read novels extensively.)
Wilton, Connecticut, a quiet, affluent town near New York City, was the basis for this title town in a 1972 novel

Final scores:

Nulty Leonard Sheryl
$3,199 $7,599 $100
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $7,599 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nulty Leonard Sheryl
$14,400 $9,200 $4,000
23 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
4 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,600

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