Show #4793 - Wednesday, June 8, 2005

Contestants

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Daniel Granof, an associate producer originally from Bethesda, Maryland

Susie Sisson, a high school English teacher from Omaha, Nebraska

Kevin Blackley, a service consultant from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICA
TV CATCHPHRASES
(Alex: You have to name the program.)
POTPOURRI
THE SHARKS
THE JETS
"WEST" SIDE STORY
    $200 25
The first Whig to be elected president, he was also the first president to die in office
    $200 1
"Stifle yourself, Edith!"
    $200 20
U-Haul claims to be the largest installer of these permanent devices that'll keep your trailer attached
    $200 10
It's been estimated that a shark may use over 20,000 of these in a lifetime, with many in reserve rows
    $200 15
With 16 kills during this war in the 1950s, Joseph McConnell Jr. has the highest total for a U.S. jet fighter ace
    $200 6
I presume you know David Livingstone is buried there
    $400 26
The Battle of the Thames was fought during this war; by the way, that's the Thames in Ontario
    $400 2
"This tape will self-destruct in five seconds"
    $400 21
Lou Jacobs clowned around for this circus for 60 years, 1925 to 1985
    $400 11
This largest shark can reach a length of 50 feet & a weight of over 10 tons
    $400 16
The first & only jet aircraft used by this nation's air force in WWII was the Gloster Meteor
    $400 7
The first Studebakers ran on batteries developed by this company
    $600 27
The U.S. abandoned the arsenal at this site in 1861, 2 years after a raid by John Brown
    $600 3
"Who loves ya, baby?"
    $600 22
In Churchill's saying, "He who is not a liberal at 20 has no heart... He who is not a conservative at 40 has..." this
    $600 12
Averaging 12 feet & 3,000 pounds, this chark, Carcharodon carcharias, is also called the maneater
    $600 17
In 1958 this model from Boeing became the first American passenger jet put into commerical service
    $600 8
Celebrity known as "Grandma Freud"
    $800 28
The Earp-Clanton confrontation near this site in 1881 has been called more slaughter than gunfight
    $800 4
"This is the big one, Elizabeth! I'm coming to join you, honey!"
    $800 23
Workers using radium to make these glow at an Orange, N.J. factory had resulting health problems
    $800 13
The head of this shark species has a lateral extension with an eye at each end
    $800 18
The first private jet aircraft to enter mass production was the 23 Continental from this company
    $800 9
Shelley called this "thou breath of Autumn's being"
    $1000 29
Longfellow's 1858 "The Courtship of" him sold over 10,000 copies in 1 day in London
    $1000 5
"I got a b-i-i-i-g mouth"
    $1000 24
The extreme right-hand door of St. Peter's is only opened in this type of year, which comes next in 2025
    $1000 14
This shark with a 4-letter name is the fastest shark in the seas, thought to cruise at an incredible 60 miles an hour!
    $1000 19
In 1976 this "dark" reconnaissance jet set a world speed record of 2,092.29 mph
    DD: $1,000 30
In 1965 he was TIME Magazine's "Man of the Year"

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

Kevin Susie Daniel
$2,200 -$800 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Susie Daniel
$5,400 $600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

"BI"OLOGY
JOCKEY SHORTS
HELL ON EARTH
DELI-CACIES
LINES FROM POE
BIBLICAL RHYME TIME
    $400 7
A mollusk, like an oyster or clam, with a shell consisting of 2 hinged parts
    $400 12
This jockey ended his riding career in 1990 with a total of 8,833 victories
    $400 17
The Road to
Hell travels northwest from Ypsilanti in this state
    $400 4
Celebrity chef Mario Batali says a sandwich of this smoke meat from Katz's "is what's bad and good about food"
    $400 1
"Thy naiad airs have brought me home to the glory that was" this "and the grandeur that was Rome"
    $400 26
First woman's annoyances
    $800 8
Structure that transports a certain fluid from the liver to the duodenum
    $800 22
Any good jockey could tell you that horse races are divided into these units equal to one-eighth of a mile
    $800 18
Indians used to herd buffalo for slaughter into Hell's Half Acre near Casper in this state
    $800 13
It's made from ground-up unleavened bread & sits regally in a bowl of soup
    $800 2
These title objects are "keeping time, time, time, in a sort of runic rhyme"
    $800 27
Cain's brother's horse barns
    $1200 9
When you identify a bird as Cinclus mexicanus, you're using this system of nomenclature that Linnaeus helped developed
    $1200 23
This ex-jockey is known for writing horse racing mysteries like "High Stakes"
    $1200 19
Mona Grudt, 1990's Miss Universe, grew up in Hell in Nord-Trondelag county in this country
    $1200 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew sits down to a dish at Katz's Deli in New York.) Under various names, this item is part of the cuisine of much of Europe; in Jewish cooking, it's called this
    $1200 3
The teller of this tale complained of a sound, "such a sound as a watch makes when enveloped in cotton"
    $1200 28
Biblical epistle writer's shopping centers
    $1600 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew points to an easel-sized rendition of Da Vinci's Vitruvian Man.) It's the mirror image quality seen in all vertebrates, including you and me
    $1600 24
In 1993 Julie Krone became the first female jockey to win a triple crown event, this third leg
    $1600 20
The hot springs in Hell's Gate park are to die for; just take the Old Nairobi-Naivasha highway in this country
    $1600 15
It's not great for your cholesterol, but this pate-like treat is recipe No. 1 in "The New York Times Jewish Cookbook"
    DD: $2,000 5
"Luchresi cannot tell" this wine "from sherry"
    $1600 29
Lion's den denizen's small dogs
    DD: $6,000 11
5-letter word for a large area with particular conditions, like tundra or desert
    $2000 25
Tobey Maguire played this "colorful" jockey in "Seabiscuit"
    $2000 21
The main economic activities near Hell on this Caribbean U.K. colony are luxury tourism & banking
    $2000 16
Full already? You didn't save room for one more of these cookies, made from cream cheese dough?
    $2000 6
This Poe tale ends, "The French army had entered Toledo. The Inquisition was in the hands of its enemies"
    $2000 30
"Beloved physician"'s atomic weapons

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Susie Daniel
$14,200 $4,600 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CHARITABLE WORK
Musician Ray Charles raised money for people afflicted by this, saying, "To me, it's the worst thing in the world"

Final scores:

Kevin Susie Daniel
$5,599 $0 $9,300
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Susie Daniel
$20,200 $4,200 $11,400
25 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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