Show #4492 - Tuesday, March 2, 2004

Contestants

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Marisa Goldstein, an attorney from Arlington, Virginia

John Davies, a graduate student from Wilmington, Delaware

Patrick Macaraeg, a software engineer from Largo, Florida (whose 3-day cash winnings total $83,002)

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Jeopardy! Round

LET'S TALK INTERNAL ORGANS
TRANSPORTATION
TV SHOW OPENING NARRATIONS
UNITS OF MEASURE
GO WEST
"HEAD"S UP!
    $200 21
Unlike most veins, the pulmonary ones carry oxygenated blood from these organs to the heart
    $200 9
These transports, first sent up in 1981, lift off like a rocket & land like a plane
    $200 1
"On Nov. 13th, Felix Unger was asked to remove himself from his place of residence. That request came from his wife..."
    $200 6
The energy content of food is measured in these well-watched units
    $200 13
In 1784 John Filson wrote an exciting bio of this pioneer to get people interested in buying land out west in Kentucky
    $200 26
Procter & Gamble makes this popular dandruff shampoo
    DD: $400 22
Early experiments on dogs showed that when this organ was removed diabetes occurred
    $400 10
These have largely replaced dogsleds as the Eskimos' main mode of winter transportation
    $400 2
"Once upon a time there were three little girls who went to the police academy..."
    $400 7
Someone has to give you 63,360 of these for you to "take a mile"
    $400 14
This wanderer in the West spread the word on Swedenborgism, as well as his famous fruit trees
    $400 28
A fan of heavy metal music
    $600 23
A dialyzer is an artificial one
    $600 16
In Edward Lear's poem, "The Owl and the Pussycat" head to sea in this colorful transport
    $600 3
"In every generation there is a chosen one. She alone will stand against the vampires..."
    $600 8
These units that measure the intensity of sound increase logarithmically
    $600 15
Stage robber Black Bart, known for leaving these behind at the scene of the crime, only really did it twice
    $800 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Portland, Maine) Real lobster lovers will look right in here to find the tamale, this green organ
    $800 19
These trains were introduced in October 1964 to celebrate the first Olympic Games held in Asia
    $800 4
"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man..."
    $800 11
The scale on the bottom of a sextant is in these units
    $800 17
By 1845 the price of these pelts had dropped from a $6 high to $1; silk replaced it for men's hats
    $1000 25
In the fetus, this organ produces red blood cells; in adults, it focuses on destroying worn-out ones
    $1000 20
Suspended from an overhead wire, it transports passengers up steep hills or across valleys
    $1000 5
"Name: Richard Kimble. Profession: Doctor of Medicine. Destination: Death Row..."
    $1000 12
1/12 of the starry night; the main may be in the 7th one
    $1000 18
One of the reasons Jefferson sent Lewis & Clark out was to see if this Northwestern river connected to the Missouri
    $1000 27
Malietola Tanumafili II, Samoa's leader, holds this 3-word post for life

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

Patrick John Marisa
$2,800 $2,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick John Marisa
$3,400 $4,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICAN ART
TECHIES
NOVEL ENDINGS
"F" TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY
SEOUL TRAIN
AN ANTONYM OF BOTH...
(Alex: Each correct response will be the opposite of the two parts of the clue.)
    $400 25
2-word term for the type of artwork being created here
    $400 3
RHD, Robert H. Dennard, came up with RAM, this, used in computers since the '70s
    $400 8
At the end of this weepy novel, Oliver Barrett IV informs his father that "Jenny's dead"; & then he cries
    $400 1
Planned as a short, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" cost so much, Disney had to make this feature around it
    $400 9
Seoul only got its name in the 1940s, following the liberation of Korea after 35 years of rule by this nation
    $400 21
...fizzy & hilly
    $800 26
In the 1850s, Atsidi Sani, "The Old Smith", fashioned the first Navajo artworks in this metal
    $800 4
Eugene Houdry, who invented catalytic cracking of petroleum, made the catalytic converter for this car part
    $800 14
This novel ends with Chief Bromden escaping from the hospital after he smothers Randle P. McMurphy
    $800 2
Her visit to North Vietnam in 1972 spurred calls of treason
    $800 10
Seoul is about 20 miles from this "colorful" sea
    $800 22
...to gorge & slow
    $1200 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Sitka Cultural Center in Alaska) The white man is depicted here on a totem pole commissioned for this 1976 event
    $1200 5
John Tukey coined the word "software" & this term for which AT&T was considering "binit" or "bigit"
    $1200 15
In this book's conclusion, we learn that Lara, who vanishes, probably ends up dying in a Russian camp
    $1200 18
This hard-drinking '20s-'30s comedian scattered his money among hundreds of bank accounts across the country
    $1200 11
It's the other current national capital city that's closest to Seoul
    $1200 23
...effortless & non-alcoholic
    $1600 6
In 1938 Roy Plunkett stuck with it & discovered this non-stick substance
    $1600 16
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in Madrid) I'm on the Grande Villa in Madrid, where this Hemingway novel ends with Jake Barnes & Lady Brett Ashley riding in a taxi
    $1600 19
His early ambition was to be a pro soccer player, like his dad
    $1600 12
Kung, as in Seoul's famous Tokru-Kung & Kyongbok-Kung, refers to this type of residence
    $1600 24
...stale & respectful
    $2000 29
The style seen here developed in Oregon has been called this, after a medical device discovered in 1895
    DD: $1,000 7
Nils Bohlin designed the 3-point safety belt for this automaker
    DD: $1,400 17
It ends with funeral ceremonies for Cora & Uncas
    $2000 20
"Dr. Strangelove" director Stanley Kubrick threatened to sue over this film with a similar nuclear war scenario
    $2000 13
A seaport that supplies Seoul, it was the site of a famous 1950 amphibious landing
    $2000 28
...cash & blame

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick John Marisa
$8,600 $14,400 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CURRENCY
(Alex: Something you will earn at the end of this program!)
It's the only building to appear on 2 current U.S. bills; one is an interior view, the other an exterior view

Final scores:

Patrick John Marisa
$0 $11,599 $5,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $11,599 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick John Marisa
$8,600 $15,400 $7,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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