Show #4451 - Monday, January 5, 2004

Tom Walsh game 1.

Contestants

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Tom Walsh, a writer from Washington, D.C.

Naomi Brokaw, a math advisor from Santa Cruz, California

Joe Wolke, a vice president of IT communications and information from Northbrook, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

COME HERE OFTEN?
(Alex: This round has categories that have been designed especially for "Single Jeopardy!")
CAN I BUY YOU A DRINK?
DO I KNOW YOU FROM SOMEWHERE?
WHAT'S YOUR SINE?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE IN THE MOVIES?
ARE YOU GIVING ME A LINE?
    $200 17
In 1998 it became the seventh continent to get an ESPN feed
    $200 1
Ingredient in common to a Tequila Sunrise & a Screwdriver
    $200 3
This poet died in Dumfries, Scotland in 1796, just aged 37
    $200 2
Trigonometry is from Greek words for this shape & "measure"
    $200 12
First brought to the big screen by D.W. Griffith in 1909, this hugely popular star was once known as "Little Mary"
    $200 24
Running down the coast of California is a big one of these -- the San Andreas
    $400 18
Cry "Yoo-Hoo!" in Canada's Yoho National Park from a peak in this range
    $400 4
If you don't have one of these small appliances, you can forget about making frozen Daiquiris
    $400 8
Also known as Abu Mazen or "Father of Mazen", he became Palestinian prime minister in 2003 but later resigned
    $400 6
Using trig with the periodic movements of the sun & moon, the times of high & low these can be determined
    $400 13
Born in South Africa, this female star of "The Italian Job" was discovered in line at a Hollywood bank
    $400 27
Until the early '70s, this Moscow-Washington link had no speech facilities -- it was a teletype
    $600 19
For our final fling, let's head off to Loch Sunart in this famous northern region of Scotland
    $600 5
2 oz. of white wine & 6 oz. of this & you've got the standard white wine spritzer
    $600 9
In 1984, with a thousand bucks & a dream, he founded the computer company named for himself
    $600 7
Trig comes out of the geometry rules spelled out by this Greek around 300 B.C.
    $600 14
Sophia Loren was a struggling teenage model when she met this future husband & beauty contest judge
    $600 25
"Scabs" cross them
    $800 20
Benbulbin is a peak in this country; you can take a peek at Yeats' grave nearby
    $800 10
Traditionally, before you dip the rim of your Margarita glass in the salt, rub it with this
    $800 22
Born in France in 1596, he was a law student & soldier before becoming the father of modern philosophy
    $800 29
Trig comes into play in figuring out distances between points on one of these math shapes, like the Earth
    $800 15
Jack Nicholson discovered this Arkansas native & 2 years later she won an Oscar for "Melvin and Howard"
    $800 26
It's 60 feet from the head pin on an alley
    $1000 21
Hoste is an island in this fiery-sounding archipelago off Chile
    $1000 11
To make this type of Martini, add a splash of olive juice
    $1000 23
A socialite whose name is still on magazines, he published Mademoisellle & Glamour starting in the 1930s
    DD: $600 16
She was discovered while performing at the 1940 Aquacade in San Francisco
    $1000 28
In 1957 this chain of about 60 radar sites along the 70th Parallel went into operation

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

Joe Naomi Tom
$2,000 $2,200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Naomi Tom
$2,000 $2,600 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

OCEANOGRAPHY
"WILD" ABOUT ENTERTAINMENT
MR. & MYTH
TECH TV
NAVAL BATTLES
FIRST NAME'S THE SAME
    $400 17
This 6-foot unit is used mainly in terms of marine depth, & gave its name to a "meter" that measures depth
    $400 1
From 1963 to 1985, this TV show was hosted by Marlin Perkins
    $400 15
Hephaestus became lame after his mother Hera or his father Zeus, we're not sure which, dropped him off this mountain
    $400 20
One gadget on Tech TV's "Fresh Gear" was the Roomba, a robot version of this cleaning device
    $400 11
On March 9, 1862 these 2 ironclads fought for 4 hours with neither ship receiving much damage
    $400 5
Morrison,
Cliburn,
Heflin
    $800 18
The part of the ocean from about 300 to 3,000' feet down is called the thermocline, since this happens as you go deeper
    $800 2
It's the groovy proto-punk hit from 1966 heard here
    $800 16
When Zeus flooded the world, Deucalion built one of these; hmmmm, that story sounds familiar
    $800 21
The program shown here is called this Japanese style "Unleashed"
    $800 12
In this 1805 battle Lord Nelson split Admiral Villeneuve's fleet in half & then proceeded to destroy each half
    $800 7
Costello,
Stojko,
Grbac
    $1200 26
For scientists, not surfers, 1978's Seasat satellite used radar to measure the heights of these
    $1200 3
A popular children's book, this Maurice Sendak story was turned into an opera in 1980
    $1200 22
He was called the second-bravest Trojan (Hector was first); Virgil wrote the book on him
    $1200 25
A "Cybercrime" episode showed how students at Washington's Highline High used computers to change these
    DD: $2,000 13
In a 1588 battle this fleet commanded by Medina Sidonia lost 63 ships due to high winds & the British navy
    $1200 8
Bradley,
Epps,
Khayyam
    $1600 29
In 1919 the French tested one of these devices that measure the depth of the ocean (ocean ocean ocean)
    $1600 4
Clark Gable starred in the 1935 big screen version of this Jack London adventure tale
    DD: $1,500 23
Iolaos cauterized the places where this hero cut the heads off the Hydra & stopped them from growing back
    $1600 27
It's the workhorse fighter plane profiled here in "Future Fighting Machines"
    $1600 14
The 1st extensively recorded naval battle was in 480 B.C. at Salamis where this Greek city-state beat the Persians
    $1600 9
Walker,
Bernardi,
Johnson
    $2000 6
Even though it was in Swedish, Ingmar Bergman was nominated for an Oscar for writing this 1950s film
    $2000 24
While king of this city, Eteocles was killed by one of the seven against it
    $2000 28
In 2003 Tech TV took a "First Look" at the new fee-charging version of this music service
    $2000 19
The U.S. lost the destroyer Hammann & the aircraft carrier Yorktown in this June 1942 battle in the north Pacific
    $2000 10
Horowitz,
Nabokov,
Zworykin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Naomi Tom
$8,000 $5,800 $16,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

INVENTIONS
On April 25, 1792 Nicolas-Jacques Pelletier became the first person in history to have a bad encounter with this

Final scores:

Joe Naomi Tom
$4,000 $100 $16,100
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joe Naomi Tom
$8,600 $5,800 $19,600
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
1 W
22 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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