Show #4288 - Wednesday, April 2, 2003

Contestants

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John Eskew, a software engineer from Allston, Massachusetts

Sally Hadden, a college history professor from Kalamazoo, Michigan

Mike Cantor, a physician and medical ethicist from Bethesda, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

RANKS & TITLES
CAPITAL CITY BIRTHPLACES
POTENT POTABLES
AROUND THE HOUSE
A MAN CALLED HARRIS
(Alex: A whole category devoted to actor Richard Harris.)
GIMME AN "F"
    $200 12
The top chess players in the world have this 11-letter rank
    $200 17
Socrates
    $200 1
A Chiquita cocktail combines cointreau, cream & this flavor liqueur
    $200 23
A big appliance, or a small ring (drip) in your faucet (drip) that can drive you (drip) insane when it (drip) wears out
    $200 7
Young fans know Richard Harris best for his role as headmaster Dumbledore in this film series
    $200 2
This animal verb means to seek notice by servile behavior
    $400 13
This 8-letter honorary title often follows the name of a retired college professor
    $400 18
Catherine Deneuve
    $400 22
This type of spirit was once known as Barbados waters
    $400 24
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) I'm using a sensor to find one of these behind the wall; that'll be a secure spot to nail up a picture
    $400 8
Since Harris was born in this Irish town, we assume he knew lots of saucy 5-line poems
    $400 3
Matthew & Mark both quote Jesus saying "I will make you" these "of men"
    $600 14
Like the sadistic Claggart in "Billy Budd", the master-at-these is the petty officer who maintains discipline
    $600 19
Corazon Aquino
    $600 28
An alliterative potable is made with "rock" (candy) & this type of whiskey
    $600 25
Home insulation is rated by R-value, R standing for this to heat flow
    DD: $1,000 9
One of Harris' last roles was as emperor Marcus Aurelius in this Oscar-winning epic
    $600 4
In 1985 Bob Dylan went to Philadelphia for Live Aid & to Champaign, Illinois for the first of these benefits
    $800 15
Orange ya glad you know this title for a Chinese official goes back to the Sanskrit for "counselor"
    $800 20
Jane Campion
    $800 29
Boodles is a popular brand of the London dry type of this
    $800 26
Windows with interior condensation are said to be doing this, like people sometimes do
    $800 10
Harris took the throne in the 1967 film version of this Lerner & Loewe musical & starred in a stage revival in the '80s
    $800 5
Reynard, the hero of medieval French fables, is one of these
    $1000 16
Title of a feudal Scottish lord; Macbeth was one of Glamis
    $1000 21
Wassily Kandinsky
    $1000 30
In the 1930s Mouton-this was created as the label for vintages unworthy of being Mouton-Rothschild
    $1000 27
Bob Vila says you can get by with 3 paintbrushes -- 3" flat, 2" trim & a 2" one named for this part of a window
    $1000 11
This Jimmy Webb song that Harris recorded in 1968 was such a hit it almost knocked "Hey Jude" out of the No. 1 spot
    $1000 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Belize.) Xunantunich means "stone woman" or "maiden of the rock" & is associated with this 9-letter quality

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

Mike Sally John
$3,600 $2,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Sally John
$5,200 $3,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
PLAYING MUSICIANS
COLORFUL LIT
FONTS OF INFORMATION
OUT OF AFRICA
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
    $400 1
In 1864 he organized a conspiracy to abduct Lincoln; it didn't work so he came up with a cunning new plan
    $400 3
1979:
Kurt Russell as this "monarch"
    $400 13
Thomas Harris introduced the world to Hannibal Lecter in this 1981 novel
    $400 6
Name of the font seen here & of a hound-haunted literary family
    $400 20
To attract females during the Worso Festival, Wodaabe men do this, like the Western grebe
    $400 18
Nicklaus' pants
    $800 2
Robert E. Lee called Gen. James Longstreet his "Old War" this
    $800 4
1985:
Jessica Lange as this country legend
    $800 17
Much of this Stephen King serial novel takes place at Cold Mountain Penitentiary
    $800 7
"Here's the story" of the font named for this sitcom
    $800 21
The Mongo of central Africa may sport a hat made out of the skin of a pangolin, also known as the scaly this
    $800 19
"60 Minutes" man Rooney's jellybeans
    $1200 5
The Harpers Ferry National Historical Park includes a museum named for this Civil War figure
    $1200 14
1991:
Val Kilmer as this "reptilian" superstar
    DD: $4,000 28
The real unsolved murder of an aspiring actress inspired this James Ellroy novel
    $1200 8
This font, or the fancy avenue between Madison & Lexington
    $1200 25
The Beta Israel or Falashas of Ethiopia call this scroll the Orit
    $1200 22
Ebert's elderly eccentrics
    $1600 11
Confederate general George Randolph, a grandson of this president, was born & buried at Monticello
    $1600 15
1994:
Gary Oldman as this "Immortal" genius
    $1600 29
This Sebastian Faulks novel set during WWII was turned into a 2001 movie starring Cate Blanchett
    $1600 9
The font seen here is named for this crime
    $1600 26
The Afar cut blocks of this from the Danakil Desert & used it as a currency
    $1600 23
Diesel's lower jaws
    $2000 12
After losing the presidential election in 1856, this explorer became a major general in the Union army
    $2000 16
1975:
Roger Daltrey as this Romantic era composer
    $2000 30
Originally published in 1970, & later an Oprah selection, it was Toni Morrison's first novel (wink, wink)
    $2000 10
This font shares its name with William, the first English printer
    DD: $3,200 27
2.3 million-year-old tools have been found in this gorge in northern Tanzania
    $2000 24
Goodall's aches

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Sally John
$2,000 $15,000 $4,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN GEOGRAPHY
One of the only 2 Canadian provinces that do not border a saltwater ocean or bay

Final scores:

Mike Sally John
$1 $13,000 $9,597
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $13,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Sally John
$9,200 $15,000 $4,400
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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