Show #4389 - Thursday, October 9, 2003

Sean Ryan game 2.

Contestants

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Linda Simplicio, an aspiring chef from Front Royal, Virginia

Brian Brown, a hotel food and beverage manager from Cartaret, New Jersey

Sean Ryan, a taxi driver, bartender and student from State College, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
(Alex: Good place to begin!)
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
BEFORE HE WAS PRESIDENT...
POLITICALLY INCORRECT SONGS
"STREET"s
SOUNDS THE SAME
    $200 1
The world's earliest steam locomotives pulled cars full of this product out of mines in Wales
    $200 2
The sugar variety of this is preferred for pies, the Connecticut field variety for jack-o'-lanterns
    $200 9
He was the author of "Profiles in Courage"
    $200 14
Lyric that completes the line "We're drinkin' my friend, to the end of a brief episode, make it one for my baby..."
    $200 21
America's second-largest daily newspaper, it's published in New York City & 4 regional editions
    $200 24
Feeble, or 7 days
    $400 3
The residents of this country noted for its Grand Prix are almost all foreigners
    $400 5
The scientific name of this veggie -- or is it a fruit? -- is Lycopersicon esculentum
    $400 10
He was a matinee idol
    $400 15
"Gonna meet the boys on floor number two" for this title activity of a 1985 Motley Crue hit
    $400 22
Elvis could have told you it's the location of "Heartbreak Hotel"
    $400 25
Your lips say "No, no, no," but these say "Yes, yes, yes"
    $600 4
City seen here during a lazy summer day
    $600 6
Unlike the green variety of this vegetable, the string on sugar snaps runs around both sides of the pod
    $600 11
He was postmaster of New Salem, Illinois
    $600 16
"Some get a kick from" this, a Cole Porter song says, "I'm sure that if I had even one sniff it would bore me terrific'ly too"
    $600 23
It's the shrewd awareness & resourcefulness needed to survive a hostile urban environment
    $600 26
Very sage, or a pair of the letter after X
    $800 19
Bulgaria is a leading producer of attar, an oil from these flowers
    $800 7
In Italian cabbage is cavolo & this vegetable is cavolfiore
    $800 12
He owned a haberdashery in Kansas City, Missouri
    $800 17
"She makes the Indy 500 look like a Roman chariot race now...and she'll have fun, fun, fun til" this happens
    $800 28
In "O Little Town of Bethlehem", it's where "the everlasting light" shineth
    $800 27
To find & dig out this metal containing material with this boating implement would be a stroke of luck
    $1000 20
In 1997 this eastern European country restored the citizenship of its exiled King Michael
    $1000 8
Although this juice orange may have originated in Portugal, it bears the name of a Spanish city & region
    DD: $1,000 13
He was Thomas Jefferson's secretary of state
    $1000 18
This song by Sheila E. begins, "She wears a long fur coat of mink, even in the summer time"
    $1000 29
One of the world's top marketers of business information, its NYSE symbol is DNB
    $1000 30
Reasonable, or a payment for travel

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Sean Brian Linda
$1,200 $1,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Brian Linda
$4,400 $6,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TALKING RELIGION
LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "S"
CABLE TV
GAS
FOOD
LODGING
(Alex: We're going on a trip!)
    $400 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Waikiki Beach in Oahu, Hawaii.) Around 1830 these conservative religious workers made hula dancers wear long dresses instead of skirts
    $400 21
Gertrude, or her beer mug
(5)
    $400 9
"Scorecard Report" & "Peter Jacobsen Plugged In" are seen on the sports channel devoted to this
    $400 26
Hank Hill knows it's the most common U.S. residential liquefied petroleum gas
    $400 1
An energetic person is full of these, maybe the fava type
    $400 2
If you're looking at a long time in Tempe, try Studio 6, the extended-stay version of this chain
    $800 17
St. Augustine's mother was a Christian, but his father was one of these, from the Latin for "country dweller"
    $800 22
It's paired with "Sense"
(11)
    $800 10
One of the most popular shows on the Food Network is "The Essence of" him
    $800 27
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Goodyear Blimp's home base.) Having learned from the Hindenburg, modern non-rigid airships use helium in place of this explosive gas
    $800 5
Government money that a congressman steers toward his home district
    $800 3
What some say the movie "Stagecoach" is, or "The World's Largest Hotel Chain", with more than 4,000 hotels
    $1200 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from in front of Westminster Abbey in London.) The statues over the west front door are all of these, people who died for their Christian faith
    $1200 23
Caldecott Medalist Maurice
(6)
    DD: $1,000 11
"The Eulogy" is HBO's e-mail newsletter devoted to this series
    $1200 28
Used in WWI & against Iraq's Kurds, it's named for its smell
    $1200 6
To mean a quarrel, vegetarians can use "rhubarb" & carnivores can use this
    $1200 4
Spelled the same way as a type of regular payment, it's a small European hotel or boarding house
    DD: $3,000 19
Pedilavium is this ceremony, part of the Maundy Thursday observance
    $1600 24
Miserly Marner
(5)
    $1600 12
(Hi, I'm Billy Ray Cyrus.) In 2001 I began practicing medicine in the Big Apple on this Pax TV drama
    $1600 29
The atmosphere of Venus, the heaviest of any planet, is mainly this common gas 1.5 times heavier than air
    $1600 14
Diana Prince occasionally has to take her hair out of this to become Wonder Woman
    $1600 7
In 1912 King Alfonso inaugurated this -- not his own home, but the Madrid hotel
    $2000 20
An apostle spreads his belief; this word with the same beginning means one who abandons it
    $2000 25
Hesse-ian Buddhist saga
(10)
    $2000 13
What Sonya Fitzpatrick is, or the Animal Planet series on which she communicates with animals telepathically
    $2000 15
A story or joke that's been repeated often, maybe too often
    $2000 8
Escoffier was once the chef of this elegant French-named hotel at Fifth Avenue & 61st Street

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Brian Linda
$12,200 $9,200 $2,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE CHARACTERS
On the AFI's 2003 lists of favorite movie heroes & villains of all time, this character appears on both lists

Final scores:

Sean Brian Linda
$6,399 $1 $2,600
2-day champion: $17,998 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sean Brian Linda
$12,400 $9,200 $5,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
14 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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