Show #4489 - Thursday, February 26, 2004

Arthur Gandolfi game 5.

Contestants

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Patrick Macaraeg, a software engineer from Largo, Florida

Beverly Beardsley, a primary teacher from Salem, New Jersey

Arthur Gandolfi, a commercial real estate executive from New York, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $137,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NATIONAL CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM
(Alex: In honor of Black History Month.)
BOB HOPE
THE NUMBER OF...
CHI-TOWN NICKNAMES
THE JEOPARDY! WORLD ORCHESTRA
DOUBLE "L" WORDS
    $200 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Memphis, Tennessee) The National Civil Rights Museum is built on the site of the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in this year
    $200 7
Bob began his overseas trips to entertain U.S. troops during this war
    $200 21
...face cards for each suit in a standard deck
    $200 1
A New York editor gave Chicago this nickname to describe its politicians during its first World's Fair
    $200 26
Heard here, the Vietnamese version of this "wood voice" instrument is made of bamboo
    $200 4
At the gym, this machine lets you walk or run in place by means of a moving belt
    $400 17
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) From 1943 to 1956, Rosa Parks was secretary of her local chapter of this organization
    $400 8
In "Road to Rio" Bob asks her, "How did you get into that dress -- with a spraygun?"
    $400 22
...sub-Earth orbital planets
    $400 2
In his poem "Chicago" Carl Sandburg called the city this "Butcher for the World"
    $400 27
Used in pairs, these instruments are heard in many kinds of Latin music
    $400 12
In 1998 this beast, seen here, reared its ugly head again
    $600 18
(Sarah) This exhibit recreates the famous series of these protest actions that took place in 1960 in North Carolina
    DD: $1,000 9
Bob first hosted these on February 29, 1940 at the Ambassador Hotel
    $600 23
...white stripes on the U.S. flag
    $600 3
Sandburg called Chicago the "City of Big" these
    $600 28
The didgeridoo heard here originated on this continent
    $600 13
In Greek myth, Paris killed this hero by shooting him with an arrow; what a heel!
    $800 19
(Cheryl) The Greyhound bus represents these riders who bravely tried to desegregate bus stations in 1961
    $800 10
In 1985 Bob Hope received one of these "Honors" named for a president who shared his May 29 birthday
    $800 24
...years of famine predicted by Joseph in Genesis 41:27
    $800 5
That wry poet Carl came up with "Stacker of" this
    $800 29
This ancient instrument is sounded on a new year's day
    $800 14
John Brown died on one in 1859
    $1000 20
(Sarah) The "Voices of Struggle" Gallery includes this woman, who told her passengers, "You'll be free or die"
    $1000 11
This 1955 movie musical about Vaudevillian Eddie Foy & his performing family starred Bob Hope & Jerry Mathers
    $1000 25
...different men who've been president of the United States
    $1000 6
Good-old Carl S. hammered home the fact that the city is a this "maker"
    $1000 30
The best thing about using this instrument is that you can do your laundry when you're done
    $1000 15
There are more than 600 species of this butterfly, including the one seen here

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

Arthur Beverly Patrick
$2,000 $4,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Beverly Patrick
$7,200 $4,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOTANY
CLASSIC SCI-FI & HORROR FILMS
THE SOUTHERNMOST CAPITAL CITY
SNAKE STUFF
MEN WITH FORT-ITUDE
WOMEN WITH 40-TUDE
(Alex: Women who are 40 in 2004.)
    $400 26
The white clover & the wood sorrel are among the plants called these, a symbol of Ireland
    $400 20
Before he was Spock, he had a small role in the mutant ant infestation classic "Them!" in 1954
    $400 2
Brasilia,
Buenos Aires,
Bogota
    $400 15
Stunts on this NBC show have had players bob for plums in a tank of snakes & be put into the snake pit
    $400 10
This first secretary of war under the Constitution gets a gold star for his Kentucky fort
    $400 1
Henry's granddaughter, Peter's daughter & Jane's niece, she marked 40 on January 27
    $800 27
Also called the harking, this yellow rose is named for the actress who harked back to Kansas from Oz
    $800 21
Yes, dahling, this Hungarian actress played Talleah in the 1958 cult favorite "Queen of Outer Space"
    $800 3
Helsinki,
Moscow,
Bucharest
    $800 16
The world's largest venomous snake, its bite could kill an elephant
    $800 11
He built the Cantonment post in Kansas & got more than a lifetime sentence of his name on a fort
    $800 5
This "Fast Car" singer has been on the music scene since the '80s & the life scene since March 1964
    $1200 28
On a cob of corn, the tassels are the male flowers & these are the female
    $1200 22
Holy Moses! He played a doctor fighting off zombies spawned by germ warfare in "The Omega Man"
    $1200 4
Jakarta,
Canberra,
Wellington
    $1200 17
In the Siberian language of Tuvan, snakes are called "ground" these even though they don't live in water
    $1200 12
This man seen here lent his name to an Indiana fort
    $1200 6
In her 40 years she's married a Brinkman & a Boxleitner & been president of the Screen Actors Guild
    $1600 30
In the Concise Columbia Encyc., this member of the carrot family is right after another member, parsley
    $1600 23
More famous for his 14 films as Sherlock Holmes, he was the "Son of Frankenstein" in 1939
    $1600 8
Tripoli,
Mogadishu,
Algiers
    $1600 18
For its 400th issue, Photo magazine recreated the photo of her & a snake from issue 200 using her daughter Sonja
    $1600 13
This "Gamecock of the Revolution" settled in South Carolina where he lived a fortified life until age 97
    $1600 7
She turned 40 in 2003; her "Leaving Las Vegas" co-star Nicolas Cage hits it in 2004
    DD: $100 29
The trailing arbutus, also known as this, is shipshape as the state flower of Massachusetts
    $2000 24
Intent on demolishing Tokyo, Gamera was a giant monster one of these reptiles that breathed fire & could fly
    $2000 9
Vientiane,
Hanoi,
Phnom Penh
    $2000 19
According to legend, Hermes traded a lyre to Apollo for this snake-wrapped stick
    DD: $2,000 14
The largest fortification the British built in colonial America was a fort named for this "Elder" P.M.
    $2000 25
Geesh, she was only 10 when she took home an Oscar in 1974; she's 40 now

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Beverly Patrick
$13,600 $6,200 $12,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PSYCHOLOGY
The concept of the "Oedipus Complex" was introduced in this 1899 book

Final scores:

Arthur Beverly Patrick
$2,200 $6,000 $24,600
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Arthur Beverly Patrick
$13,600 $5,800 $16,200
21 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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