Show #4525 - Friday, April 16, 2004

Contestants

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Ed Kim, an attorney from Huntington Beach, California

Geoff Strain, an electronics broker from Imperial Beach, California

Stan Brown, a high school history teacher from Macon, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $40,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
"B" PREPARED
WHAT THEY WORE
KIDDY LIT
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?
QUARTER BACKS
(Alex: We want you to identify the state whose quarter we describe for you.)
    $200 1
Wasn't Santana awesome at this event in August 1969?
    $200 25
Wang Qishan is the mayor of this Asian city
    $200 15
On Jan. 3, 2004 this pop star walked down the aisle at Las Vegas' Little White Wedding Chapel in jeans & a baseball cap
    $200 11
If you're one of these, your job in fairy tales is to eat grannies & blow down poorly constructed houses
    $200 4
This important college football game is played each year in Tempe, Arizona around New Year's Day
    $200 17
The First Flight, on the Outer Banks
    $400 2
The "wet" movement in 1930 wanted this amendment repealed
    $400 26
(Hi, I'm Chris Matthews) Working for the San Francisco Examiner in November 1989 I reported on the historic fall of this structure
    $400 22
At LBJ's swearing-in, she was still wearing the pink suit she had worn in Dallas
    $400 12
He drew on his own experiences with dyslexia for his "Hank Zipzer" book series
    $400 5
On Sept. 5, 1994 this wide receiver, still active, broke Jim Brown's career record by scoring his 127th touchdown
    $400 18
A gift from France unveiled in 1886
    $600 3
Back in 1960, 95% of all soft drinks were sold in these reusable containers
    $600 27
In 1948 Gamow, Herman & Alpher developed this "large" cosmological theory
    $600 23
She aced the competition at the 2002 U.S. Open wearing a slinky catsuit
    $600 13
E.H. Shepard's illustrations for these stories set in the Hundred Acre Wood were modeled on actual toys
    $600 6
(Hi, I'm Tim Dwight of the NFL) Along with offense & defense there are these "teams" of wild men who charge down the field on punts & kickoffs
    $600 19
A race car & an outline of the state
    $800 9
Norman Bel Geddes, father of actress Barbara, created the Futurama exhibit for this event that began in 1939
    $800 28
He's the composer whose work is heard here
    $800 24
Jean Paul Gaultier designed the "Night Spider" dress she wore when she won her Best Actress Oscar in 2003
    $800 14
Her 1992 book "Sex", not for kids; her 2003 book "The English Roses", kid friendly
    $800 7
Pro football's Chiefs appropriately play their home games in this Kansas City stadium
    $800 20
The blossoms & leaves of 2 magnolias
    $1000 10
In the '50s Norman Vincent Peale was pushing "The Power of" this
    $1000 29
This Pennsylvania city was founded in 1741 & appropriately named on Christmas Eve
    DD: $1,700 30
Patrick Singleton, this country's only man in the 2002 winter games, aptly wore shorts to the opening ceremonies
    $1000 16
This Louise Fitzhugh title character is ostracized by her classmates after they read her comments on them
    $1000 8
Teams in this football league include the Orlando Predators & the Los Angeles Avengers
    $1000 21
A pelican & a horn with musical notes

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

Stan Geoff Ed
$4,200 $3,200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stan Geoff Ed
$9,000 $4,200 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

PAINTING OF THE CENTURY
POTENT PEOPLE
WHAT "A" COUNTRY
CARRY ON
REPTILES & AMPHIBIANS
____ OF ____
    $400 1
"The City" was rendered in this century
    $400 14
Elizabeth I succeeded the woman nicknamed this
    $400 2
It occupies most of southern South America
    $400 5
As practiced by African women, it's where to carry a load for ideal balance
    $400 6
In the marsupial frog, the eggs are enclosed in one of these on the back of the adult
    $400 26
This geographic-named tree, seen here, is native to the Mediterranean area
    $800 16
Century in which young Leonardo da Vinci painted the work seen here
    $800 15
"Brokenhearted" singer Norwood
    $800 3
2 of its most celebrated stars, Mel Gibson & Nicole Kidman, weren't even born there
    $800 7
In 2003 the override of a veto meant Missourians could carry these
    $800 10
Of the rattlesnake, copperhead & cobra, the one not a pit viper
    $800 27
The critical-thinking 18th century, or the time of life when a person knows right from wrong
    $1200 17
The portrait of a scholar seen here dates from this century
    DD: $3,000 20
It's the real first name of the actress who played the title role in "Gilda"; it's also a cocktail
    $1200 4
Grossglockner Mountain in the Alps is the highest point in this country
    $1200 23
Businessmen carry these, though their name suggests they're specially designed for lawyers
    $1200 11
Because of glandular secretions, the fire-bellied toad has an odor similar to this "stinking rose"
    $1200 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Spain) The Alcazar appears in this El Greco work of around 1600, one of the great landscapes of Western art
    $1600 18
Century that gave us the master work seen here
    $1600 21
Late great tennis star Althea
    $1600 8
It's the north African country whose flag is seen here
    $1600 24
The act of carrying your boat overland between waterways
    $1600 12
Scientific families of this reptile include Gekkonidae & Iguanidae
    DD: $6,000 29
Taken from the Book of Daniel, a respected person with a hidden flaw has this podiatric problem
    $2000 19
Paintings of this century, like the one seen here, made Bouguereau famous in his day
    $2000 22
Author Steve who created D.A. Paul Madriani
    $2000 9
It was formerly referred to as Portuguese West Africa
    $2000 25
The first woman carrier of the bag of nuclear codes known as this was appointed by Ronald Reagan
    $2000 13
The hellbender, the largest type of this amphibian in the U.S., can reach a length of 2 1/2 feet
    $2000 30
Now in Ireland, the page seen here is from this work, dating from the first millennium A.D.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stan Geoff Ed
$17,800 $10,600 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN ENTERTAINERS
"Evita"'s "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" was inspired by a 1969 concert of hers in London; she left the stage after 15 minutes

Final scores:

Stan Geoff Ed
$14,399 $21,155 $1
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,155 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stan Geoff Ed
$17,800 $10,600 $14,600
24 R,
1 W
15 R,
4 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $43,000

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