Show #4463 - Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Contestants

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Clinton Reese, a student from West Lafayette, Indiana

Joanne Casey, a writer from Santa Monica, California

Kate Charron, a courier from Burlington, Vermont (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

PLAYING DOCTOR
AROUND THE HOUSE
BOOKS & AUTHORS
THE WORKING CLASS
LET'S GO TO THE PARK
DOUBLE "D"s
    $200 11
Ted Danson played this surly doctor whose practice was in the Bronx
    $200 26
A silent butler is used to collect these during or after a meal
    $200 1
Tom Wolfe's award-winning book about our first astronauts, or what he proved he had by penning it
    $200 16
Working with Dixon to set up a famous boundary, he could have built a stone fence on it
    $200 21
A state park near Little Falls, Minnesota honors this aviator whose boyhood home is now a museum there
    $200 6
Items at an auction are "sold to the highest" one
    $400 12
(Hi, I'm CCH Pounder from "The Shield") I received an Emmy nomination for my role of Dr. Angela Hicks on this show set at CCH (Cook County Hospital)
    $400 27
Bathtub ones are bad; napkin ones, good
    $400 2
This tale for which Hemingway won a Pulitzer was a revision of his earlier story "On the Blue Water"
    $400 17
In addition to playing a sewer worker on TV, he could have been a midway barker
    $400 22
This over 340-acre London park is perhaps best known for one small corner, Speakers' Corner
    $400 7
A "hasty" dessert, or perhaps you'd prefer the tapioca
    $600 13
Richard Kind played a gynecologist named Mark, one of Paul & Jamie's friends, on this show
    $600 28
Tray, parsons & coffee are types of these
    $600 3
It's the English title of Gabriel Garcia Marquez' "Cien Anos de Soledad"
    $600 18
Movie Mr. Deeds who begins to make a new barrel each day at "High Noon"
    $600 23
Many of the caves in this New Mexico national park still have not been fully explored
    $600 8
A toy bear all alone on a store shelf inspired this character seen here
    $800 14
In 1975 he joined the cast of "M*A*S*H" as B.J. Hunnicut, a gifted surgeon & practical joker
    $800 29
Room in which you'd most likely use a duvet
    DD: $1,000 4
Sue Grafton began her letter-perfect alphabet mysteries with this book
    $800 19
We wonder whether, before voicing Jane in Disney's "Tarzan", she chauffeured Mickey's girlfriend
    $800 24
Roger Williams Park is the largest park in this Rhode Island city founded by Williams in 1636
    $800 9
Newborn babies were wrapped in these clothes that kept their arms & legs still
    $1000 15
John C. McGinley plays Dr. Cox, the reluctant mentor to the rookie doctors at Sacred Heart Hospital on this NBC sitcom
    $1000 30
If you want Tabriz through your decorating, get a Tabriz, a fancy one of these
    $1000 5
His Alex Cross thrillers include "Roses are Red" & "Violets are Blue"
    $1000 20
We imagine that before writing "Dracula" he worked way below deck on a steamer
    $1000 25
The International Peace Garden is a park on the border of Manitoba & this U.S. state
    $1000 10
Name given to either of 2 old Icelandic literary works detailing early Scandinavian mythology

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

Kate Joanne Clinton
$3,400 $1,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Joanne Clinton
$6,200 $1,200 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

STING
WHEN WE DANCE
EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE
KING OF SPAIN
ROCK
"SAN"
    $400 2
In 1998 Britain's RSPCA helped foil crooks trying to sell this animal's horn, thought in Asia to be an aphrodisiac
    $400 8
The name of this dance in 3/4 time is from the German for "to revolve"
    $400 21
A whale breathes through one of these, equivalent to a nose, at the top of its head
    $400 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Palacio Real in Madrid, Spain) Last name of the man who ruled from this royal palace until Wellington chased him out in 1812
    $400 14
In 1975 this hard rock group made its Top 40 debut with "Rock and Roll All Nite"
    $400 1
In ancient Rome the noble Patricians wore red ones (we hope not with socks)
    $800 7
This agency's "Operation Pretense" nabbed 57 corrupt county supervisors in Mississippi
    $800 9
The Fox Trot is an example of this type of social dance named for the place where it's danced
    $800 22
It's the "infantile" name for the tiny white flowers of the genus Gypsophila that florists often add to bouquets
    $800 27
Philip IV of Spain was also king of this country until it broke away in 1640
    $800 15
You're under pressure to name this man who recorded "Under Pressure" with Queen
    $800 3
New York City's Department of this has 5,700 vehicles, including 2,000 collection trucks
    $1200 12
The sting in the movie "The Sting" involves Robert Shaw placing a half-million-dollar bet on this sport
    $1200 10
The ballet "The Bitter Weird" is based on the dances Agnes De Mille created for this musical about a Scottish town
    $1200 23
This 2nd-lightest gas is used in breathing mixtures for deep-sea divers to help them work at extreme depths
    DD: $2,000 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew) The royal palace was begun by Philip V, the first king of Spain from this French ruling family
    $1200 16
This "sweet" song by Guns N' Roses was a 1988 No. 1 hit
    $1200 4
It's the party beverage seen here
    $1600 19
Operation Casablanca targeted Mexican banks suspected of this activity that doesn't use Tide or Cheer
    $1600 11
Popular in the 1940s, this Brazilian dance was based on the African Batuque
    $1600 24
It's the emergency procedure of cutting into the windpipe to open a breathing passage
    $1600 29
Goya painted Charles III in costume for this sport, to which Britannica says he had a fanatical addiction
    $1600 17
In a 1986 anti-war song, Sting hoped that these people "Love Their Children Too"
    $1600 5
From the Latin for "holy", it means feigning great righteousness & piety
    $2000 20
In 1984 this automotive visionary beat the rap after a drug sting
    DD: $3,000 13
Geographic name of the dance often done to a bagpipe classic like the "Balmoral Castle"
    $2000 25
The play "Breath" by this author of "Waiting for Godot" has no dialogue, no actors & lasts only 35 seconds
    $2000 30
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) Number of Alfonso, the last king to reside in the royal palace; he had the bad luck to be forced to step down
    $2000 18
R.E.M. may have had millennial fears in this song that begins, "That's great it starts with an earthquake"
    $2000 6
This seat of Erie County, Ohio was an Underground Railroad stopping point

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kate Joanne Clinton
$19,400 $1,000 $20,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
On USA Today's list of magical numbers in sports, each had an explanation except 61, which only had this symbol

Final scores:

Kate Joanne Clinton
$38,800 $1,000 $39,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $39,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kate Joanne Clinton
$19,400 $4,000 $19,200
25 R,
1 W
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $42,600

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