Show #4392 - Tuesday, October 14, 2003

Sean Ryan game 5.

Contestants

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Bridget Kirk, a homemaker from Wilmington, Delaware

David Kammerer, a college professor from Honolulu, Hawaii

Sean Ryan, a taxi driver, bartender and student from State College, Pennsylvania (whose 4-day cash winnings total $73,598)

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Jeopardy! Round

"R"T
MISHEARD LYRICS
(Alex: You have to give the title of the song you will mishear.)
FOREIGN FOOD
LITERARY PLACES
HOAXES
BODY LANGUAGE
    $200 15
Born in Limoges in 1841, as a child this Impressionist worked in a porcelain factory painting china
    $200 1
Don McLean:
"Drove a machete into the levy but the levy won't die"
    $200 17
Don't wonder, naan, roti & puri are types of this in India
    $200 26
Mordor, Gondor & Hobbiton are located in this place
    $200 6
In 1730 Ben Franklin printed a made-up account of the trial of these, including testing whether they floated
    $200 11
To have this "to the wind" is to wait until others have decided before committing oneself
    $400 18
He was the youngest of the 3 creators of the high Renaissance
    $400 2
Mary MacGregor:
"Born Between Two Cupboards"
    $400 22
Meal at which you'd normally serve muesli
    $400 27
At the end of this novel, Yorkshire folks swear that the ghosts of Heathcliff & Cathy walk the moors
    $400 7
On April 1, 1957 this very English network reported deadpan on Swiss farmers' bumper crop of spaghetti
    $400 12
When Daily Variety reports that a studio's prexy has ankled, it means its president did this
    $600 19
Fragonard, painter of "The Swing", is considered one of the greatest artists of this ornate style
    $600 3
Steppenwolf:
"Head out on the highway, looking for my dentures"
    $600 23
If you make it right, your salsa verde should be this color
    $600 28
Celesteville is the capital of this elephant king's realm in classic children's stories
    $600 8
In 1991 2 Englishmen said they'd spent 13 years sneaking around fields creating these
    $600 13
Someone who keeps saying the wrong thing has this, a play on the name of a cattle disease
    $800 20
His house in the Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam is now a museum
    $800 4
Sly & the Family Stone:
"It's A Family Of Bears"
    $800 24
A meat-filled tortilla in a chili sauce, its name is from the Spanish for "to season with chili"
    $800 29
After "Heart of Darkness", he wrote "Nostromo" about the imaginary country of Costaguana
    $800 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at the Buckhorn Museum in San Antonio, Texas) One of P.T. Barnum's classic hoaxes was the Fiji this, actually a monkey's head on a fish's body
    DD: $1,000 14
What you may get from having that extra helping of pie, or what you do when you complain about it
    $1000 21
An adjective meaning "voluptuous" comes from the name of this old master
    $1000 5
The Everly Brothers:
"Only trouble is, Cheese Whiz"
    $1000 25
This style of topping may sound good, but its name is from the French for "with the burnt scrapings"
    $1000 30
Paul Theroux' novel about an American family settling in Central America is called this "Coast"
    $1000 10
The Bible's "There were" these "in the Earth" inspired George Hull to create the phony prehistoric "Cardiff" one
    $1000 16
When it comes before "the burden" or "the blame", it's a synonym for "assume"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Sean David Bridget
$0 $2,200 -$1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sean David Bridget
$3,400 $3,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

1970s TV
THE WALTONS
KUNG FU
THREE'S COMPANY
GOOD "TIME"s
WELCOME BACK, QATAR
    $400 1
These title characters worked on an assembly line in the bottle-cap division of the Shotz Brewery
    $400 6
George Walton, a Declaration of Independence signer for this state, was wounded fighting for Savannah
    $400 11
The 5 main animal styles of kung fu are the tiger, leopard, snake, dragon & this long-legged bird
    $400 16
As of 2002, 1 of the 3 presidents who lived to the age of 90
    $400 26
A container of articles representing the present buried for a future generation to find
    $400 21
It's Qatar's official language
    $800 2
LeVar Burton played this slave, later called Toby, in the miniseries "Roots"
    $800 7
Sir William Walton's "Orb and Sceptre", a march for this event, premiered in Westminster Abbey June 2, 1953
    $800 12
Of Wing Chun, Hoi Sin or Hung Gar, the one that's not a popular style of kung fu
    DD: $1,000 17
This word for fun little facts comes from the Latin for "The place where 3 roads meet"
    $800 27
Broadway crosses 7th Avenue there
    $800 22
It's the body of water into which the Qatar Peninsula juts
    $1200 3
On a '70s TV show, a mild-mannered teacher could transform herself into this Egyptian goddess to thwart crime
    $1200 8
Seen here, he became one of the USA's wealthiest men
    $1200 13
One of the later styles of kung fu to develop bears the name of this "worshipful" insect
    $1200 18
The principal action of this 1844 novel involves the return of 12 diamond pendants to the queen of France
    $1200 28
Released in 1936, it was the last film to feature Chaplin's "Little Tramp" character
    $1200 23
The ruler of Qatar is known by this 4-letter title
    $1600 4
John Houseman reprised his role as Prof. Charles Kingsfield on this TV series based on a 1973 film
    $1600 9
All that fishing must have done this author some good; he was 90 when he died in 1683
    $1600 14
Those kicks were fast as lightnin' when Carl Douglas had a number one hit with this song in 1974
    $1600 19
The name of this Japanese company that produces Eclipses translates into English as "Three Diamonds"
    $1600 29
This Charles Dickens work is about the tough living & working conditions brought about by industrialization
    DD: $3,000 24
This satellite TV news service based in Qatar has become one of the most important Middle East broadcasters
    $2000 5
Created by Sid & Marty Krofft, this live-action show, whose characters are seen here, was set in Tranquility Forest
    $2000 10
In 1932 physicist Ernest Walton co-developed one of these that sped up protons to smash lithium nuclei
    $2000 15
On Aug. 14, 1900 U.S. & British troops helped capture Beijing, thus halting this uprising by kung fu practitioners
    $2000 20
This 3-cornered hat was introduced to men's fashion around 1690
    $2000 30
It's what indicates the meter on a piece of sheet music
    $2000 25
With a population near 350,000, this capital city of Qatar is also the most populous

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sean David Bridget
$17,200 $15,600 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT TEXTS
Archaeologist Richard Lepsius gave this name to a collection of spells, hymns & prayers to deities like Ra

Final scores:

Sean David Bridget
$32,200 $12,401 $1
5-day champion: $105,798 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sean David Bridget
$17,000 $15,200 $6,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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