Show #4486 - Monday, February 23, 2004

Arthur Gandolfi game 2.

Contestants

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Deborah Walsh, a travel agent from Belchertown, Massachusetts

Matt McDonell, a high school math teacher from San Francisco, California

Arthur Gandolfi, a commercial real estate executive from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $39,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

NONFICTION
COLLEGE BASKETBALL
SO. CAL.
"C" FOOD
ROYALTY
POSTAL ABBREVIATION SPELLING
(Alex: We'll give you the states, you combine their abbreviations into a brand new word.)
    $200 17
Gavin Menzies makes a big claim for Admiral Zheng He in "1421: The Year" this nation "Discovered America"
    $200 9
In 1991 at LSU, this current Lakers center & part-time rapper led the NCAA in rebounds with 14.7 per game
    $200 16
Specialty of Rubin's Red Hots & Tail O' The Pup
    $200 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Spain.) The first thing little Pablo Picasso drew was one of these sugary treats eaten for breakfast in Spain
    $200 1
In 1973 Carl XVI Gustaf became the king of this country
    $200 26
Colorado,
Oklahoma
    $400 22
It's the eating implement on the cover of Adam Bellow's "In Praise of Nepotism"
    $400 10
In 1932 he was College Player of the Year at Purdue; in the 1970s he coached UCLA to a record 88 straight wins
    $400 18
On the Warner Bros. lot tour you can see the water tower that this cartoon trio calls home
    $400 6
Salad dish that's a side at KFC
    $400 2
Dying in 1989 at the age of 87, he was the longest-reigning & longest-living emperor in Japanese history
    $400 28
Virginia,
Nebraska
    $600 23
"The Art of Happiness" is a dialogue between Dr. Howard Cutler & this Buddhist
    $600 11
The NCAA basketball tournament is known by this "crazy" monthly name
    $600 19
In 1929 most of the canals Abbot Kinney added to this community were filled in
    $600 7
It's the French fromage in the foreground
    DD: $1,000 3
A Canadian province is named for this son of King George III
    $600 29
Michigan,
Maine
    $800 24
In 1961 Julia Child started a culinary revolution when she published "Mastering the Art of" this
    $800 12
Only 2 men have won 3 NCAA scoring titles--Pete Maravich & this Cincinnati player known as the "Big O"
    $800 20
The original & current homes of the Oscar ceremony are on opposite sides of this street
    $800 14
It's a clarified meat or fish broth; flavor it with tomato juice & it becomes madrilene
    $800 4
Queen Noor, whom he married in 1978, was his fourth wife
    $800 30
Pennsylvania,
Connecticut
    $1000 25
Her books include "Treason" & "Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right"
    $1000 13
(Hi, I'm Bill Walton.) This award for college player of the year is named for the inventor of basketball; I won it 3 times in the 1970s
    $1000 21
Every spring the Toyota Grand Prix races through the downtown streets of this city
    $1000 15
The lemons seen here are studded with these
    $1000 8
Previously married to her bodyguard, in September 2003 this 38-year-old princess married a Portuguese circus acrobat
    $1000 27
California,
North Dakota,
Oregon

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

Arthur Matt Deborah
$5,600 $1,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Matt Deborah
$7,800 $3,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

1953
FROM PAGE TO SCREEN
TREES
HOMOPHONIC PROPER NAMES
BE ON YOUR KIERKEGAARD
HERE "WE" COME!
    $400 1
In 1953 the U.S. completed its air base at Thule on this island, causing the resettlement of over 100 Eskimos
    $400 6
James Cagney played Bottom & Mickey Rooney was Puck in a 1935 adaptation of this Shakespeare comedy
    $400 11
The Black Hills Spruce is its state tree
    $400 21
A narrow opening in rock, or the last name of a "Star Wars" character
    $400 26
From the Latin for "stern one", it was Kierkegaard's first name
    $400 14
To make cloth by interlacing threads
    $800 2
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) Overfishing has such bad effects that in 1953 Ike declared Alaska this, like in the aftermath of a flood or quake
    $800 7
This Amy Tan novel became a movie with Ming-Na & Tamlyn Tomita
    $800 12
Because of its durability in wet soil, this "spreading" tree is used to make fenceposts
    $800 22
Hey, man, what's the capital of Switzerland? This, baby, this
    $800 27
"The Father of Existentialism", Kierkegaard said that human life requires a "leap of" this
    $800 15
To ease a baby animal off its mother's milk
    $1200 3
On December 12 this U.S. Air Force pilot set a speed record by flying his Bell X-1A rocket plane over 1600 MPH
    $1200 8
Alan Alda starred as George Plimpton playing football for Detroit in this film based on Plimpton's book
    $1200 13
The Douglas fir is not a true fir but a separate genus in this tree family
    $1200 23
The type of road seen here, or a Southern university
    $1200 28
The European country in which Kierkegaard was born
    $1200 16
In basketball, it's the side away from the ball
    $1600 4
Concerning this, Ike said, "We have won an armistice on a single battleground, not peace in the world"
    $1600 9
(Hi, I'm CCH Pounder from The Shield.) I starred in a TV movie of "Go Tell It on the Mountain", based on a novel by this African-American author
    $1600 19
The inner bark of the slippery species of this tree has been used as a thirst quencher & for medicinal purposes
    $1600 24
Detectives in this city in West Yorkshire follow these to solve cases
    $1600 29
Kierkegaard's powerful work "Frygt og Baeven" is usually translated into English as "Fear and" this
    $1600 17
A sly & underhanded person, or a black-footed ferret, for example
    DD: $2,400 5
On April 7, he was elected by a vote of 57-1 to succeed Trygve Lie
    $2000 10
The Lady Chablis, a Savannah drag queen, played herself in this John Cusack film based on a bestseller
    DD: $2,000 20
The nuts from this tree are also called green almonds
    $2000 25
This important French naval city is a homophone of an anatomical English word
    $2000 18
From 1919 to 1933 Germany was known as this republic

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Matt Deborah
$24,200 $6,000 $4,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
(Alex: An opportunity for a very big payday once again for Arthur!)
Since 1820, 1 of 3 men to lose a presidential election but win the rematch with the same individual 4 years later

Final scores:

Arthur Matt Deborah
$34,200 $3,599 $2,399
2-day champion: $73,700 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arthur Matt Deborah
$23,400 $6,000 $4,200
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W
10 R,
3 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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