Show #4527 - Tuesday, April 20, 2004

Contestants

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Dan Rowley, an aerospace engineer from Westchester, California

Nancy Fink, a casino worker from Norwich, Connecticut

David Abolafia, a writer from Fishkill, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

INSIDE SCIENCE
CELEBRITY BOOKS
INTERNET HISTORY
OFFICIAL STATE CREATURES
SLOGANEERING
BACK IN "BLACK"
    $200 1
It's not pulp fiction, it's a fact that you have pulp cavities inside these body parts
    $200 9
In 2000 this host of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" shared some funny moments in his "Who Wants to Be Me?"
    $200 4
It's believed that in 1994 WXYC in Chapel Hill in this state became the 1st radio station to webcast
    $200 6
Its state insect is the Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly
    $200 22
A youth organization:
"Do A Good Turn Daily"
    $200 17
Put the hammer down on this repairer of horseshoes
    $400 2
Inside the heart there are 4 of these; 2 semilunar, a bicuspid & a tricuspid
    $400 10
"Call Me Crazy" is what this former companion of Ellen DeGeneres called her 2001 tell-all book
    $400 27
On May 3, 1978 Gary Thuerk sent the first of this irritating type of communication to 600 users
    $400 7
Though Utah's not on the ocean, this is its state bird
    $400 23
A brand of beer:
"Tastes Great, Less Filling"
    $400 18
Thorny bush of the rose family with small purplish fruits
    $600 3
This sac in a bird's egg is there to provide nourishment to the embryo
    $600 11
"Naked Pictures of Famous People" is a collection of comic essays by this host of "The Daily Show"
    $600 28
Hacker Robert Morris' 1988 program with the name of this slithery creature crashed a tenth of the Internet
    $600 14
It's not odd that its state fish is the cod
    DD: $1,600 24
For preschool consumers:
"Our Work is Child's Play"
    $600 19
From an item once used as a ballot, it means to exclude someone socially, or vote against him for membership
    $800 5
Mycologists know these are what a puffball puffs out
    $800 12
This beloved actor wrote about his "Lust for Life" & his frustrations with it in "My Stroke of Luck"
    $800 29
The first search engine had this comic book name; the original "Archives" was too long of a filename
    $800 15
The beaver is a "dam" fine choice as its state animal
    $800 25
A restaurant:
"I Want My Baby Back Baby Back Baby Back Ribs"
    $800 20
A road surface such as asphalt
    $1000 8
Scientists figure Mars isn't creme-filled, but has a liquid core made of this
    $1000 13
"Today" this "Inside Edition" & MSNBC host moonlights as a children's author with books like "I Can Fly!"
    $1000 30
The 411 is that this 4-letter domain name went live in late 2001
    $1000 16
The dolphin & the manatee are in the swim as its state marine mammals
    $1000 26
An airline:
"You are Now Free to Move About the Country"
    $1000 21
Fashionable nickname for Italy's Fascists

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

David Nancy Dan
$4,000 $0 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Nancy Dan
$6,600 $2,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

HINDU LIFE
THE TV CHARACTER IN COMMON
ART IN OMAHA
(Alex: We want you to name the artist of each work in Omaha's Joslyn Art Museum.)
THEY ALL WENT TO YALE
UR
"N" CHARGE
    $400 26
Hindus disapprove of killing animals, but they regard the slaying of this animal as the worst offense
    $400 1
Ed O'Neill & Jack Webb
    $400 4
Abstract Expressionist:
"Galaxy"
(1947)
    $400 7
Aaaaaay! He earned a master's degree from the Yale School of Drama 4 years before playing "The Fonz"
    $400 18
Chapter 11 of Genesis says that this Biblical patriarch hailed from Ur
    $400 12
Not welcome; it usually follows "persona"
    $800 27
Many in India idolize this Hindu sitar virtuoso & today they idolize his daughter Norah Jones
    $800 2
Dick York & Dick Sargent
    $800 17
French:
"Little Dancer, 14 Years Old"
(1881)
    $800 8
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at the Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven, Connecticut) This blue-eyed icon spent his salad days studying drama at Yale, long before making his own salad dressing
    $800 19
Ur's extensive foreign trade was documented on tablets made of this found in the residential section of the city
    $800 13
A person born in America from parents who emigrated from Japan, it means "second generation"
    DD: $2,000 28
A good Hindu knows the 3 main gods of Hinduism are Shiva, Vishnu & this creator god
    $1200 3
Cathy Lee Crosby (the TV movie) & Lynda Carter (the series)
    $1200 23
From an American woman:
"Woman Reading"
(1878-79)
    $1200 9
This Broadway composer known for "Kiss Me Kate" wrote some of Yale's fight songs while he was a student at Yale
    $1200 20
Ur was located on this river important to its commerce & irrigation; today, the ruins are 10 miles west
    $1200 14
This London gaol appears in "Tom Jones" & in Charles Dickens' "Barnaby Rudge"
    $1600 29
On a visit to Cambodia you can visit this large Hindu temple complex that dates from the 12th century
    $1600 5
Dean Cain & Tom Welling
    $1600 24
From an immigrant to Spain:
"St. Francis in Prayer"
(1580-1585)
    $1600 10
This Yale grad's play "The Skin of Our Teeth" premiered in New Haven in 1942 (& later won him his 3rd Pulitzer Prize)
    $1600 21
This king who threw Shadrach, Meschach & Abednego into the fiery furnace rebuilt Ur after years of neglect
    $1600 15
Dimlang Peak, this country's highest point, lies near its border with Cameroon
    $2000 30
This important Hindu religious scripture's name means "Song of the Lord"
    $2000 6
Audrey Meadows & Sheila MacRae
    $2000 25
Impressionist:
"Small Country Farm at Bordighera"
(1884)
    DD: $2,200 11
Of our last 6 U.S. presidents, the 4 who are alumni of Yale
    $2000 22
Though built over 4,000 years ago, much of this great terraced, pyramid-shaped temple tower still exists
    $2000 16
Now the capital of China's Jiangsu province, it was once the capital of all China under Chiang Kai-shek

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Nancy Dan
$20,000 $3,000 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN LITERATURE
(Alex: All right... there is something called Canadian literature!)
This 1908 work that was followed by several sequels is the bestselling book ever written by a Canadian

Final scores:

David Nancy Dan
$15,000 $3,000 $8,799
2-day champion: $42,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Nancy Dan
$23,000 $3,000 $7,400
31 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
5 R,
0 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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