Show #4513 - Wednesday, March 31, 2004

Contestants

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Linda Garvin, a systems analyst from Tenafly, New Jersey

Becky Galipeau, a customer service representative from Lowell, Massachusetts

David Seminer, a neurologist from Sacramento, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION
FIRST NAME'S THE SAME
1961
FISHY BUSINESS
MADONNA SONGS
ARCHAIC WORDS
    $200 8
This archangel was the messenger between God & Muhammad
    $200 3
Graham,
Joel,
Wilder
    $200 18
The U.S. breaks off diplomatic relations with this Caribbean country
    $200 10
Like major league sports premiums, Gorton's in 2002 offered its fisherman mascot as one of this type of doll
    $200 1
A "pure" hit:
"Touched for the very first time"
    $200 9
An old term meaning to smear with blood, now it usually means to coat with gold
    $400 23
The Unification Church was founded in this country in 1954
    $400 4
Stafford,
Kwan,
Pfeiffer
    $400 19
She releases the hit songs "Crazy" & "I Fall to Pieces"
    $400 24
In October 2003 pop superstar Jessica Simpson was invited to a staff meeting of this food giant in San Diego
    $400 2
A "commercial" hit:
"Cause the boy with the cold hard cash is always Mr. Right"
    $400 14
Hoodwink once meant to do this to a person, like before he or she played pin the tail on the donkey
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the front of the Temple de la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain) The facade named this, the word for Jesus' suffering & death, has sober design elements like columns that look like bones
    $600 5
King,
Breyer,
Hawking
    $600 20
In early 1961 the number of U.S. military advisors in this Asian country reaches around 2,000
    $600 25
Charlie says that its "Flavor Fish Pouch" will keep its tuna fresh for 18 months if stored properly
    $600 11
Her first Top 40 hit:
"We're gonna have a celebration all across the world"
    $600 15
What was once chiropody, the health field dealing with the feet, is now more commonly called this
    $800 29
The Tenrikyo sect associated with this religion puts Japan at the center of the universe
    $800 6
Bracco,
Hansberry,
Adams
    $800 21
This poet recites "The Gift Outright" at JFK's inauguration
    $800 26
Bumble Bee sells 14.75-ounce cans of this pink fish from Alaska
    $800 12
An obvious title:
"Hey Mister D.J., put a record on, I wanna dance with my baby"
    DD: $3,000 16
Sennight is an old term for this period of time
    $1000 30
1 of the 5 symbols worn by members of this Punjab-centered religion is the kirpan, a sword
    $1000 7
Bates,
Baker,
Najimy
    $1000 22
On May 5, 1961 he is launched from Cape Canaveral
    $1000 27
Known for her fish sticks, in 2001 her name went on new shrimp bowls
    $1000 13
A song with controversial subject matter:
"But I made up my mind, I'm keeping my baby"
    $1000 17
Fred of Limp Bizkit might know it's an outdated past tense of dare

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

David Becky Linda
$4,200 $3,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Becky Linda
$10,600 $7,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ELEMENTS
eBay
QUOTATIONS
4-LETTER RIVERS
Q-P
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "Q" & there will be a "P" somewhere in the word, not necessarily at the end of the word.)
DOLL
    $400 2
LOX, the one used in rockets, not in bagels, is liquid this
    $400 5
You can almost hear the rushing waters with the motion lamp depicting this North American sight
    $400 22
Attributed to Disraeli, among others, is "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and" these
    $400 21
Its source is in southern Burundi; from there it flows a long, long way north
    $400 1
It's a 4-channel sound system; double stereo
    $400 6
The doll seen here was inspired by the classic "Job Switching" episode of this TV series
    $800 3
Magnesium & this element can help prevent muscle cramps, so eat plenty of bananas
    $800 17
I snagged a "Speed Racer" & a "Kung Fu" one of these -- sorry, no thermos
    $800 23
In "Bartlett's", Daniel Webster's "I still live" is listed as these
    DD: $1,400 27
Steubenville was laid out on this river in 1797
    $800 7
It's a significant change for a physicist or for Scott Bakula
    $800 11
Gemmy Industries' Abbott & Costello figures actually perform this routine
    $1200 4
In 1991 Zachary Taylor's body was exhumed to determine if he'd been poisoned by this element
    $1200 18
The style of Jim Beam bottle seen here inspired the one on this TV show
    $1200 24
In a Kipling ballad "East is east, and west is west, and never" these 4 words
    $1200 28
The Czechs call this 720-mile-long river the Labe
    $1200 8
You can still buy this character's cereal online
    $1200 13
The Black Knight plush figure from this British comedy film has detachable limbs
    $1600 12
This smelly element, atomic number 16, can be spelled with an "F" or a "PH"
    DD: $1,000 19
I found Brad Pitt's leather jacket from this 1999 film; I beat myself up when I found out it was a replica
    $1600 25
Samuel Johnson called remarriage after an unhappy first marriage "The triumph of hope over" this
    $1600 29
This Russian river rises at the south end of the mountain range of the same name
    $1600 9
He's the villainous moneylender in "The Old Curiosity Shop"
    $1600 15
This yarn-haired lass created by Johnny Gruelle back in 1915 is still around
    $2000 14
The silver fillings used by dentists are about 50% this toxic metallic element
    $2000 20
The chip seen here is from this resort lodge on Lake Tahoe, near the California-Nevada border
    $2000 26
This treatise by Jean-Jacques Rousseau says, "Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains"
    $2000 30
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from New Haven, Connecticut) This river that Eli Whitney used to power his machinery got its name from powering machines
    $2000 10
The Populus tremuloides is this 2-word tree
    $2000 16
Action figures of famous Dorfmans include the one from this film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Becky Linda
$29,400 $10,200 $2,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
As a teenager in 1653, he played the sun in a court performance of the "Ballet de la Nuit"

Final scores:

David Becky Linda
$30,000 $20,400 $4,700
2-day champion: $52,601 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Becky Linda
$29,800 $8,000 $2,400
36 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
5 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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