Show #4305 - Friday, April 25, 2003

Contestants

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Kay Reimann, an attorney from Pebble Beach, California

Alex Kouba, an entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California

Matt Caruso, a director of market research from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $79,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
AN ANCIENT LIFETIME AGO
A COLORFUL CATEGORY
THEY PUT ME ON HOLD AGAIN!
"POP" CULTURE
    $200 19
Scientists believe this sea was formed when the Arabian Peninsula was torn from Africa 20 million years ago
    $200 16
The amount of this per liter determines if champagne is brut, sec or doux
    $200 11
The top choice for sweetening food or medicine, the Hymettus type from Attica was famous
    $200 6
As a sign of respect, sailors will "strike the colors" by lowering this
    $200 17
You might get this hold music after dialing a dating service
    $200 1
Fruit-flavored ice on one or 2 sticks
    $400 20
Islands in this gulf include Bahrain, Kharg & Bubiyan
    $400 21
A calendar month is an arbitrary number; a synodic month or a sidereal month is based on the movement of this
    $400 12
The Roman gladiators only worked funerals until this leader instituted some games for them in 46 B.C.
    $400 7
This U.S. military decoration is awarded to all armed forces personnel wounded or killed in action
    $400 18
This song would be appropriate hold music for a maternity ward
    $400 2
Happy-go-lucky "naked" guy seen here
    $600 25
A small portion of Russia is separated from the motherland & lies between Poland & Lithuania on this sea
    $600 22
This measure of water depth was originally the distance between your fingertips with your arms outstretched
    $600 13
The monster Typhon, the giant Enceladus & the workshop of Vulcan have been called sources for its eruptions
    $600 8
This "dark" epidemic that swept medieval Europe killed millions, including Laura, the beloved of Petrarch
    $600 3
She's the high-flying nanny of Jane & Michael Banks
    $800 26
In the mid-1970s an oil pipeline was built between this Alaskan bay & the city of Valdez on Prince William Sound
    $800 23
A seed of this tree that gives us a chocolate substitute is the original "carat"
    $800 14
Ptolemy X, a little short of funds, replaced this Macedonian's fancy gold coffin with an alabaster one
    DD: $1,200 9
The Buddhist Gelukpa sect, which this man heads, is also known as the Sect of the Yellow Hat
    $800 4
You'll often find them sprinkled on top of kaiser rolls
    $1000 27
In 1957 a deep channel was completed allowing ocean ships to reach this largest Venezuelan lake
    $1000 24
150 MHz is in this band that falls between HF & UHF
    $1000 15
At 15, Ovid's "Metamorphoses" topped the length of this poet's "Aeneid" by 3 books
    $1000 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) Paired with colors that produce white or gray when combined are called this
    $1000 5
It was the nickname of Eddie Egan, the cop whose life was the basis of "The French Connection"

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

Matt Alex Kay
$0 $1,000 $5,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Alex Kay
-$200 $2,400 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE LABORS OF HERCULES
BEST ACTOR OSCAR WINNERS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
YOU O ME
SHIRTS
SKINS
(Alex: Good competition!)
    $400 14
Hercules used these flying weapons to shoot down the Stymphalian birds
    $400 6
1994:
Tom Hanks for this modern parable
    $400 1
Originally, members of the U.S. Senate were chosen not by popular vote, but by these bodies
    $400 16
Pile an O atop this Swiss mountain to get this dog food
    $400 23
For a preppy look, the points of the button-down one of these are fastened to the shirt
    $400 11
Before snakes shed their skin, also called this activity, their eyes get cloudy, then clear again
    $800 15
One of the labors was to capture this raging porker of Mount Erymanthus
    $800 7
1944:
Bing Crosby for this religious experience
    DD: $3,600 2
The Bureau of Land Management is part of this cabinet department
    $800 17
A one-person compartment with a telephone; remove an O & you get a word referring to 2 people
    $800 24
The formal garment known as a boiled shirt is usually this color
    $800 12
3-foot-long tusks & inch-&-a-half-thick skin are among the defenses of this Arctic mammal
    $1200 25
Instead of getting these golden fruits of the Hesperides himself, Herc held up the sky while Atlas got them for him
    $1200 8
1934:
Clark Gable for this romantic comedy
    $1200 3
In early January this official presides over a joint section of Congress at which the electoral votes are counted
    $1200 18
The title of this 1847 Melville novel is the sound an Irish cow might make
    $1200 27
The name of this type of shirt also means to puff out loosely over the waistband
    $1200 13
2 of the main types of these are the cycloid ones found on salmon & the placoid ones on sharks
    $1600 26
For his labor of cleaning the Augean Stables, Hercules diverted 1 or 2 of these
    $1600 9
1938:
Spencer Tracy for this heartfelt drama
    $1600 4
In 1856, 3 years after leaving the presidency, he ran again -- this time as the Know-Nothing Party's candidate
    $1600 19
An extra O differentiates these 2 words, both pictured here
    $1600 21
In primates, volar skin, which is hairless & sweats, is found in these 2 places on the body
    DD: $5,000 28
The work seen here shows Hercules in his second labor doing battle with this monster
    $2000 10
1937:
Spencer Tracy for this rollicking adventure
    $2000 5
Independent Bernard Sanders is this state's sole representative in the House
    $2000 20
These 2 words, one O different, combine to form the name of a plant disease
    $2000 22
In the mammalian order Chiroptera, 2 layers of skin stretch out to form these distinctive features

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Alex Kay
$1,800 $3,200 $20,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OCCUPATIONS
Called the first U.S. stewardess, Ellen Church later went back to this old job, something the 1st stews had to be

Final scores:

Matt Alex Kay
$0 $3,601 $25,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $25,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Alex Kay
$1,800 $4,400 $14,200
8 R,
7 W
8 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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