Show #4529 - Thursday, April 22, 2004

Tom Baker game 2.

Contestants

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James Rogers, a musician and computer programmer from Washington, D.C.

Susan Durham, a gift shop manager from Louisville, Kentucky

Tom Baker, a writer from Tokyo, Japan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $37,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE MORGAN WEB
SPORT OF KINGS
TREBEK, SAJAK OR OZZY OSBOURNE
(Alex: There's a threesome!)
NEW YORK CITY HISTORY
ConAgra FOODS
"COOL", DUDE!
    $200 14
He was Oscar nominated for his role as a chauffeur in a 1989 film
    $200 8
The clerk of scales weighs these at the start & the finish of each race
    $200 20
Graduated from college with a degree in philosophy
    $200 1
Opened in 1871, the first rail depot called this didn't function too well; trains could only exit in reverse
    $200 22
It's from Gulden's, it's spicy & it's brown
    $200 6
Paul Newman refuses to conform to rural prison life in this movie
    $400 15
Morgan le Fay was the half-sister of this legendary king
    $400 9
After Red Pollard was injured, George Woolf rode this horse in his famous race against War Admiral
    $400 21
He's the youngest
    $400 2
On Dec. 5, 1783 the British left the city for good, from this island borough
    DD: $2,200 23
Though this ConAgra brand of peanut butter is over 80 years old, it has never grown up
    $400 7
In the late 19-teens, he was the governor of Massachusetts
    $600 17
This game with indoor & outdoor versions was invented by William G. Morgan at a Massachusetts Y
    $600 10
Before these were mechanized in the 1930s, races had been started by a red flag being waved or a drum beaten
    $600 27
Worked as a DJ for the Armed Forces Radio Network while serving in Vietnam
    $600 3
This geometric area is seen here in the 1890s, when it got its name after a gift from New York City's Italians
    $600 24
We're having Beefaroni, this chef''s beef & pasta dish in a can
    $600 11
In the 1980s Ernest & Julio Gallo introduced these beverages under the Bartles & Jaymes label
    $800 18
Architect Julia Morgan designed this publisher's castle at San Simeon, California
    $800 16
Sire of Slew O' Gold
    $800 29
Played himself in the Adam Sandler movie "Little Nicky"
    $800 4
Anger about the first one of these established by federal law spurred riots in July 1863
    $800 25
Who wants that microwave stuff; making this brand is more fun
    $800 12
Rapper born Artis Ivey Jr.
    $1000 19
Thomas Hunt Morgan won a Nobel Prize for his work on heredity using this insect's genes
    $1000 28
A coin toss in 1780 between a lord & Sir Charles Bunbury left us with the Epsom this instead of the Epsom Bunbury
    $1000 30
Played Kevin Hathaway on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives"
    $1000 5
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) In 1940 this mayor established Arthur Avenue Market to eliminate the pushcarts he found a nuisance
    $1000 26
The website for this mini-mart staple with a rhyming name says it has "an exciting distinctive taste teens love"
    $1000 13
Nickname of ballplayer James Bell, said to be so fast that a ball he hit struck him as he slid into second

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

Tom Susan James
$200 $1,400 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Susan James
$2,800 $3,000 $10,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PLAYWRIGHTS
TV TITLE ROLES
HOLY PLACE NAMES
PICTURE ME!
INSECTS
ROYAL BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 10
Dominique Labbe says he's proved Pierre Corneille wrote the satires like "Tartuffe", attributed to this man
    $400 2
Will Smith
1990-96
    $400 16
You'll find Bethel College & Seminary in this "holy" Minnesota city
    $400 1
"What a Wonderful World" it's been with this wonderful band leader's music in it
    $400 21
Knock wood that these destructive "white ants" don't eat you out of house & home
    $400 23
Children's classic by Saint-Exupery that's a "royal" nickname for a young Satan
    $800 12
No offense to Edward Albee, but this man is probably the hunkiest major American playwright
    $800 6
Amber Tamblyn
2003-
    $800 17
French for "God", it follows "La Chaise" in the name of a French abbey town
    $800 3
He went from peasant to party chairman & prime minister
    $800 22
Prehistoric relatives of this insect seen here had wingspans of over 2 feet
    $800 24
Royal woman's female attendant who's an absurd play by Samuel Beckett
    DD: $2,700 13
His "Zahradni Slavnost" or "The Garden Party" was first produced in Prague in 1963
    $1200 7
Jane Seymour
1993-98
    $1200 18
This New Zealand city was named for a college at Oxford
    $1200 4
You can't tell that this author set her own eyes for the color of the sherry in the glass that the guest leaves
    DD: $5,000 30
Since entering the U.S. from Mexico in the 1890s, it's cost the cotton industry billions upon billions of dollars
    $1200 25
Fairy tale in which a girl's royalty is tested when she sleeps atop 20 mattresses & a double-breasted outer garment
    $1600 14
In the 1940s this alliterative German wrote the play "The Caucasian Chalk Circle"
    $1600 9
Buddy Ebsen
1973-1980
    $1600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Alaska) Michael, pictured in The Bishop's House, holds this title, which was also what the Russians called Sitka
    $1600 5
She left her White House post in 1994
    $1600 29
In Florida giant cockroaches go by this name, after the type of tree they sometimes inhabit
    $1600 26
British national anthem that played prison matron Mama Morton in the movie "Chicago"
    $2000 15
In 1979 this author of "Streamers" married Jill Clayburgh
    $2000 11
Lee Majors
1981-86
    $2000 20
Islamabad, Pakistan is northwest of this Indian city that bears the name of Islam's god
    $2000 8
An avid art thief, this high flyer committed suicide in Nuremberg in 1946
    $2000 28
The 13-year & 17-year locusts aren't really locusts but these
    $2000 27
Tennyson poems based on Arthurian legend with Lancelot, Fay Wray & a fatal trip to the Empire State Building

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Susan James
$16,200 $5,500 $16,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TIME MAGAZINE'S MAN OF THE YEAR
The cover story about this 1930 Man of the Year described him as a "little half-naked brown man"

Final scores:

Tom Susan James
$32,200 $10,900 $11,001
2-day champion: $70,000 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Susan James
$12,400 $8,200 $14,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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