Show #4283 - Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Contestants

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Cory Bean, a pediatric resident from Greenville, North Carolina

Robyn Rogers, a graphics technician from Federal Way, Washington

Luis Cordon, a psychology professor from Coventry, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION
LEGAL IDENTITIES
AYE AYE, CAPTAIN
BRAND "X"
(Alex: Each correct response will end with that letter.)
ULTRA-LOUNGE
VERBS
    $200 11
A symbol of Judaism, the Magen David is a star of this many points
    $200 6
Frank Sinatra & F. Scott Fitzgerald weren't so jazzed about this first name
    $200 15
A national park on this country's South Island is named for Captain Abel Tasman
    $200 1
This blue glass cleaner was launched in 1936
    $200 26
The CD "On The Rocks Part One" includes Peggy Lee singing this title song of the first Beatles movie
    $200 16
This automatic transmission setting can also mean to kiss in a secluded spot
    $400 12
Biblically speaking, they're also called the Decalogue
    $400 7
We were "Spellbound" when Eldred Peck acted under this name
    $400 22
In 1837 Captain Matthew Perry took command of the U.S. Navy's first ship powered by this
    $400 2
It's "The Document Company"
    $400 27
The "Cha-Cha de Amor" album features Yma Sumac singing the "Gopher Mambo" & this Rat Pack hunk crooning "Sway"
    $400 17
(Sofia of the Clue Crew sitting in front of a table with a checkerboard) It's the action I'm performing, giving my opponent a more powerful piece
    $600 13
Quakers is the popular name for members of the Religious Society of these
    $600 8
Hilaire-Germain preceded this for Mr. Degas when he was just a Poe artist
    $600 23
This New World settlement was founded May 14, 1607 by a group led by Captain Christopher Newport
    $600 3
This antianxiety medication not only ends in X, it also begins with it
    $600 28
I'd return my "TV Town" CD if it didn't include the tune from this Mike Connors TV series
    $600 18
To quote someone, or to give him a speeding ticket
    $800 21
The name of this religion means "the way of the gods" in both Chinese & Japanese
    $800 9
Alfred Caplin came up a little short going by this name on his Li'l Abner strip
    $800 24
After his fleet took New Orleans in April 1862, this captain was promoted to rear admiral
    DD: $1,000 4
Tearjerker movies on TNT are presented by this brand
    $800 29
This late, great singer's classic rendition of "Jump, Jive An' Wail" is on the "Fuzzy Sampler" CD
    $800 19
As a noun, it's seen on crowded freeways; as a verb, it means to deal in possibly illegal substances
    $1000 14
This book of the Bible was named for a prophet & son of Hilkiah the priest, not a bullfrog
    $1000 10
Debussy dropped Achille & went by this
    $1000 25
This British explorer of the Pacific Northwest has his own herb as well as an island
    $1000 5
This brand of scouring cleanser from Colgate-Palmolive shares its name with a mythological Greek warrior
    $1000 30
Sip a cocktail & listen to this co-star of TV's "Emergency!" on the "Bottoms Up!" CD
    $1000 20
An incoming U.S. president swears to preserve, protect & do this to the Constitution

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

Luis Robyn Cory
$3,800 $3,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Luis Robyn Cory
$5,200 $5,400 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORICAL NOVELS
VOCABULARY
THEATER
OLD MOVIES
ARE YOU NUTS?
WE'RE IN SEINE!
(Alex: Notice the spelling.)
    $400 4
Mary Higgins Clark's "Mount Vernon Love Story" is "A Novel of" this couple
    $400 16
If you're rubicund, you're ruddy, or this color
    $400 21
In Act 3 of "Pygmalion" this character is mistaken for a Hungarian princess
    $400 1
Ringmaster, an elephant named Matriarch & Timothy Q. Mouse are characters in this animated classic
    $400 11
An oil extracted from the shells of these kidney-shaped nuts related to poison ivy is used in insecticides
    $400 26
It's the largest museum located on the Seine River
    $800 7
Set in Biblical times, this "racy" classic by Civil War general Lew Wallace is subtitled "A Tale of the Christ"
    $800 17
Turban & this flower name share the same Turkish roots
    $800 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew on the stage at Studio 54 in New York City) This actor was the first to play the MC in "Cabaret"; he won a Tony for the play & an Oscar for the film
    $800 2
This lepidopteran monster inadvertently destroys much of Tokyo in a 1962 film
    $800 12
Used in pralines & widely grown in the South, it's also Texas' state tree
    DD: $3,000 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew on the banks of the Seine in Paris) Following her death on May 30, 1431, her ashes were thrown into the Seine River
    $1200 8
Willa Cather's "O Pioneers!" deals with a group of immigrants from this country who settle in Nebraska
    $1200 18
Caliology is the science of these, which include aeries
    $1200 23
John Raitt starred as carnival barker Billy Bigelow when this musical debuted on Broadway
    $1200 3
This movie title character that Katharine Hepburn was "Bringing Up" was her pet leopard
    $1200 13
The main sources of these triangular nuts are huge trees that grow in the Amazon basin
    $1200 28
A Paris bridge spanning the Seine that opened in 1996 bears the name of this famous French general
    DD: $1,400 9
Irving Stone's "The Origin" is "A Biographical Novel of" the life & career of this scientist
    $1600 19
From the Greek kalamos, meaning "pen", comes this ink-squirting squid name
    $1600 24
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in New York City) This Carol Channing show that opened here at the St. James Theatre in 1964 was once Broadway's longest-running musical
    $1600 5
Betty Grable, Don Ameche & Cypress Gardens are featured in 1941's "Moon Over" here
    $1600 14
Amaretti are crisp cookies made from a paste of this popular nut
    $2000 10
Jean Auel first took us back to prehistoric times & the dawn of mankind in this 1980 novel
    $2000 20
A clergyman who is also a landowner is a "squarson", a combination of these 2 words
    $2000 25
Based on "The Beggar's Opera", this musical opens with the song "Mack the Knife"
    $2000 6
Fittingly, this film has a famous final line -- it follows "If he had it to do over again...he would do it...differently"
[Frank Skeffington: Like hell I would!]
    $2000 15
Chewing this tropical Asian nut is mildly stimulating & may make your saliva bright red

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Luis Robyn Cory
$22,600 $6,800 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2002 POP STARS
In September 2002 she set a Billboard record with her first-ever single, jumping from its debut at No. 52 to No. 1

Final scores:

Luis Robyn Cory
$19,600 $6,700 $6,400
2-day champion: $44,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Luis Robyn Cory
$20,200 $8,200 $3,200
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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