Show #4399 - Thursday, October 23, 2003

Russ Schumacher game 5.

Contestants

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Elana Rosen, an attorney from Silver Spring, Maryland

Mike Garabedian, a graduate student from Whittier, California

Russ Schumacher, a graduate student from Fort Collins, Colorado (whose 4-day cash winnings total $64,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

MARINE SCIENCE
THE '60s MUSIC SCENE
U.S. CITY NICKNAMES
WHAT DO YOU FEEL LIKE EATING?
FINISH YOUR MAIN COURSE
(Alex: We want you to complete the word we will give you part of only.)
(Alex: And if you do...)
YOU GET NO DESSERT!
    $200 26
The one on the cockle is usually ribbed
    $200 11
Grammy voters certainly loved Aretha Franklin "just a little bit"; she won 2 1967 awards for this song
    $200 1
"Home of the Rose Parade"
    $200 16
Stuffed crust is a specialty of this "hovel" with over 10,000 outlets worldwide
    $200 6
Finish your "squab":
an argument
    $200 20
The Cracker Jack had barely been eaten when the 1989 World Series game 3 in this city was preempted by a quake
    $400 27
After the African freshwater cichlid lays its eggs, it picks them up & incubates them in this
    $400 12
Tom Jones' biggest hit of the '60s was this title song from a Peter Sellers-Woody Allen film
    $400 2
"Mardi Gras City"
    $400 17
Smith & Wesson sells guns; Smith & this sells steaks
    $400 7
Finish your "ham":
to prevent someone's free movement
    $400 22
David Castillo had 24 tacos, 6 tostadas & 6 enchiladas but no dessert just before this in 1998 in Texas
    $600 28
Computers can model these, neap type & all, so sailors don't have to rely totally on tables
    $600 13
In 1967 this former lead singer of Them launched his solo career with "Brown Eyed Girl"
    $600 3
"Queen City of the Rockies"
    $600 18
Need a scone in Rome? Stop by Babington's, these "rooms", opened in 1893
    $600 8
Finish your "carp":
the group of bones forming the wrist joint
    DD: $1,000 23
David Riccio, secretary to this queen, was dragged from her supper room at Holyrood in 1566 & brutally killed
    $800 29
This sea, a still area in the Atlantic, is a spawning ground for most of the American & European eels
    $800 14
The Beatles sang that this priest was "writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear, no one comes near"
    $800 4
"Derby Town"
    $800 19
A Manhattan store that opened in 2003 sells only this dessert, made with the sushi type of its main ingredient
    $800 9
Finish your "Hash":
the dynasty that rules Jordan
    $800 24
Their festivities were interrupted on Dec. 26, 1776 by the arrival of Washington & his troops
    $1000 15
(Hi, I'm Brenda Lee) It's the 2-word title that follows "You tell me mistakes are part of being young but that don't right the wrong that's been done"
    $1000 5
"Kodak City"
    $1000 21
Fluky's in Chicago makes these items Chicago style by adding mustard, onions, peppers, tomatoes...
    $1000 10
Finish your "sole":
a coil of wire that acts like a magnet when electrified
    $1000 25
In 1872 this ghost ship with a female name was found abandoned at sea with all of its supplies & food intact

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

Russ Mike Elana
$4,000 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Mike Elana
$6,000 $2,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THE FOE
(Alex: We'll identify somebody & you have to tell us their historical opponent.)
BEST SCREENPLAY OSCARS
MULE DRIVING
STORY COLLECTIONS
BE A QUICK CHANGE ARTIST
"P"s TIME
    $400 17
Simon Bolivar
    $400 23
2002:
Ronald Harwood for this biography of a Polish Jewish musician
    $400 24
"Borax Bill" Parkinson was one of the top 20-Mule Team drivers that used to haul borax out of this valley
    $400 1
The tellers in this classic collection include the Knight & the Wife of Bath
    $400 12
If you sell the Pentagon 3 jets at $1/2 billion each & are paid with a $2 billion check, you owe this many million in change
    $400 6
In mythology, when this was opened, all the world's evils were let out
    $800 18
Audie Murphy
    $800 22
2001:
Akiva Goldsman for this biography of a schizophrenic math genius
    $800 25
A new book says the model for this title character in this D.H. Lawrence book was a Sicilian mule driver
    $800 2
The history of Ali Baba & the history of Sinbad the Sailor were told by her over many, many nights
    $800 13
It's the change for that annoying old lady who counts out 3 quarters & 13 dimes for a two-buck coffee
    $800 7
From a Narragansett word, it's a traditional gathering of Native American tribes
    $1200 27
Owen Glendower of Wales
    $1200 9
1994:
Eric Roth for this story of a shrimp boat captain, among other things
    $1200 3
10 people fleeing Florence to escape the plague each tell 10 tales in this Boccaccio book
    DD: $4,000 14
If a book costs 2 Andy Jacksons & a customer gives you a Ulysses Grant, give him one of this man in change
    $1200 8
From the Middle English for "spoils", it means to steal a small amount or item
    $1600 26
Algeria's Abd Al-Qadir
    $1600 20
1989:
Tom Schulman for this tale of "seizing the day" at a prep school
    $1600 4
If you like summer reruns, check out this 1837 Hawthorne collection (which was also reissued in 1842)
    $1600 15
If the Bulgarian lev is trading at 1.8 to the dollar & Ivan gives you 18 levs for an $8 cap, you owe him this much
    $1600 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew standing in front of a chalkboard) From the Greek for "close", it's the point in the orbit of any object at when it's closest to the object it's orbiting
    $2000 21
Indonesia's Abdul Haris Nasution
    $2000 19
1992:
Neil Jordan for this IRA love story with a twist
    $2000 28
In 1949 this singer drove up the charts with the following
    $2000 5
Humans changing into plants, animals & other things are found in this 15-volume collection of tales by Ovid
    $2000 16
If the item costs $1.50, sales tax is 10% & the customer gives you $5, return this much
    $2000 11
From the Old Latin for "first born", it was the feudal law by which only eldest sons got an inheritance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Mike Elana
$14,000 $11,200 $8,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE INTERNET
(Alex: That's your time, not mine!)
It is named in honor of a Monty Python sketch that used the word more than 100 times in 2 1/2 minutes

Final scores:

Russ Mike Elana
$5,599 $16,401 $12,100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,401 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Russ Mike Elana
$10,800 $11,200 $8,200
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
20 R,
4 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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