Show #4505 - Friday, March 19, 2004

Steve Reynolds game 5.

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Mary Gabe, a legal assistant from Riverside, California

Sonja Srinivasan, an education consultant and musician from San Diego, California

Steve Reynolds, an accountant from Norman, Oklahoma (whose 4-day cash winnings total $75,102)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE U.S. CONSTITUTION
DISNEY FILM VOICES
FOOD AROUND THE USA
NEAR DISASTERS
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
RING IN NOW
    $200 1
Article 2 says the president occasionally has to report to Congress "Information on the State of" this
    $200 16
Tony Goldwyn was the adult voice of this title "swinger"; Alex D. Linz played him as a feral child
    $200 3
A big copper pot called a chaudiere is the source of the name of this New England soup
    $200 22
On Sept. 8, 2001 Erin became the Atlantic season's first of these, but stayed mostly out at sea
    $200 18
Sajak's cauldrons
    $200 2
Joshua Reynolds invented this jewelry fad of the '70s that told others how you were feeling
    $400 4
By Article 2, the president doesn't have to do this in his oath; he's given the option to "affirm"
    $400 17
Ellen DeGeneres was adorable as Dory, a fish with short-term memory loss, in this 2003 hit
    $400 8
To turn a plain hot dog into a New York City style one, add this veggie, steamed
    $400 27
In 1919 the lonely keeper of one of these helped save all 21 crewmen from fire on the steamer Frank O'Connor
    $400 23
Sheen's motorcycles
    $400 12
In 2002 Mexico's president Vicente Fox drew criticism for kissing this man's ring
    $600 5
The last decade to see 3 amendments added
    $600 19
Hope you didn't "myth" this 1997 film, with James Woods as the voice of Hades & Rip Torn as Zeus
    $600 9
Oscar Mayer, Louis Rich & Swift's Premium all first packed their products in this state
    $600 28
A possible nuclear war was averted (for the moment) in June 2002 talks between India & this country
    $600 24
A Marx Brother's Argentinean cowboys
    $600 13
As this hero, Hal Jordan had a whole speech to say while recharging his ring
    DD: $1,000 6
With the Senate in session, a senator can be arrested only for a felony, breach of peace or this, "so make the most of it"
    $800 20
Later an opera star, Mary Costa was a young unknown when Disney picked her to play this somnolent heroine
    $800 10
A monument to this chicken roosts in Adamsville in our smallest state
    $800 29
In July 2002 9 men were dramatically rescued from a flooded mine in this state
    $800 25
Letterman's all-night dance parties
    $800 14
You know him as famous ring wearer Ringo Starr, but this was his pre-Beatle name
    $1000 7
Ostensibly meeting to revise these, the delegates to the 1787 convention said we're starting over
    $1000 21
Eddie Murphy was dragon around as a dragon named Mushu in this 1998 release
    $1000 11
Fried up in Louisiana along with the catfish are these balls of cornmeal, mixed with milk or water
    $1000 30
In 1907 this financier kept the stock market afloat by locking bankers in his library until they raised $25 million
    $1000 26
Shalhoub's fakes
    $1000 15
It's a ring that contains a small seal, used to make an impression in wax on official documents

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

Steve Sonja Mary
$1,000 $2,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sonja Mary
$2,400 $4,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SYMPHONY NICKNAMES
FENCING
CORPORATE SYMBOLS
THAT OLD TIME TELEVISION
SPELL THAT GOVERNOR
(Alex: A current governor.)
2 "Q"s
    $400 9
Schubert's Symphony No. 8 is known by this na--
    $400 4
(Sofia of the Clue Crew fences with Cheryl.) Unlike epee, attacking with this type of sword gives a fencer the right-of-way to keep attacking
    $400 20
This legume wears a top hat & monocle & leans on a cane
    $400 14
This 1950s Nelson family sitcom ran for 14 years
    $400 3
Of Ohio, coming from a long line of politicians, Bob...
    $400 1
This city is home to New Mexico's state fair
    $800 10
"Ode to Joy" is the choral piece at the core of his "Choral" Symphony
    $800 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew fences with Cheryl.) It's the basic term for the block of an opponent's attack
    $800 21
A female figure reminiscent of the Statue of Liberty has been this film company's corporate insignia since 1936
    $800 15
2 of the 3 full-time "Tonight Show" hosts before Jay Leno
    $800 22
Of New York, re-elected to a third term in 2002, George...
    $800 2
In a 1930 film John Barrymore played Capt. Ahab & Noble Johnson played this character
    DD: $1,000 11
They should shine a great red spotlight on the orchestra playing this Mozart symphony, No. 41
    $1200 19
(Sofia of the Clue Crew fences with Cheryl.) A touch with the sword point can also be called this; Hamlet gives Laertes a very palpable one
    $1200 26
This hamburger chain's logo, a red-haired pigtailed girl, was based on the real-life daughter of its founder
    $1200 16
This actress' TV character Alexis Carrington was once described as "starts with B, rhymes with rich"
    DD: $600 23
Of California, governator Arnold...
    $1200 6
This is used to play a game similar to racquetball
    $1600 12
Seasoned musicians know both Milhaud's & Schumann's first symphonies are nicknamed this
    $1600 27
Appropriately, Snapper Lawn Mowers uses a cartoon version of this reptile as its symbol
    $1600 17
With boxing as her category, Dr. Joyce Brothers won the top prize on this TV quiz show
    $1600 24
Of Arkansas, from the same hometown as Bill Clinton, Mike...
    $1600 7
This clue is really something, actually it's the French for "something"
    $2000 13
Numbers 82-87 are his "Paris" symphonies; 93-104, his "London" ones
    $2000 18
Jeepers, Dr. Smith! On TV's "Lost in Space", this actor played the youngest Robinson
    $2000 25
Of Maine, a distant relative of bestselling thriller author David, he's John...
    $2000 8
It's a French dish of minced scallops in sauce topped with cheese & browned

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sonja Mary
$6,200 $6,600 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEES
He wrote a "Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842"

Final scores:

Steve Sonja Mary
$0 $5,800 $5,600
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $5,800 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Sonja Mary
$7,800 $6,600 $3,800
15 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
4 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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