Show #4800 - Friday, June 17, 2005

Contestants

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Jeff Magee, a registered nurse from Ridgefield Park, New Jersey

Donna Brutkoski, a newspaper copy editor originally from Brandon, Vermont

Kammy McCleery, a coordinator of experiential education and student employment from Lexington, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

LAKES & RIVERS
CAVES
PACKAGING
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
HEY, "D.J."
    $200 10
In 2004 she co-hosted "The Fashion Police" at the Academy Awards along with her mom
    $200 9
One of the seven wonders of Barbados, Harrison's Cave is rich in formations of these hanging objects
    $200 26
In honor of Abe Lincoln, P.J. Towle began selling his maple syrup in a container shaped like one of these structures in 1887
    $200 6
In campaign issues of 1856, this sanguinary adjective preceded "Kansas" & "Sumner"
    $200 1
Though it has curly leaves instead of a dense head, kale is thought to be the original version of this vegetable
    $200 17
A stock index
    $400 11
Kim Basinger's "L.A. Confidential" character was supposted to be the spitting image of this '40s blonde bombshell
    $400 22
Africa's Blombos Cave, occupied 90,000 years ago, has some of the earliest known tools of this animal substance
    $400 27
In 1968 Procter & Gamble introduced these in a can so fewer of them would end up broken
    $400 7
One popular Democratic campaign slogan was "We Polked you in 1844, we shall" do this to "you in 1852"
    $400 2
In 1493 Columbus encountered this, Hawaii's most valuable fruit crop, on the island of Guadeloupe
    $400 18
Hyde's better half
    $600 12
He was nominated for an Oscar in 1989; his brother Joaquin, in 2001
    $600 23
In Europe they call some caverns these, like Italy's Blue one & Slovenia's Vast Postojna one
    $600 28
Whitman's was the 1st company to put a guide on the inside lid of this type of package to which Mr. Gump compared life
    $600 8
In 1900 a Republican campaign slogan promised a "full" one of these, sort of like today's lunch box
    $600 3
Gravenstein, which is green with red streaks, is a variety of this fruit
    $600 19
It's another name for a tuxedo
    $800 13
Outfielder Mickey Rivers claimed, "me", this Yankees owner "& Billy (Martin) are two of a kind)
    $800 24
A New Haven, Conn. cave was the hideout of the judges who had signed this king's death warrant in 1649
    DD: $600 15
A 1924 poster for this candidate featured an electric fan
    $800 4
This juice orange accounts for about half of the USA's yearly crop of oranges
    $800 20
Legendary seducer
    $1000 14
More chairs are thrown on "Jerry Springer", but her talk show that debuted in 1993 is still on the air, too
    $1000 25
The historic entrance to this US national park is seen here
    $1000 16
He was the "I" on a 1908 button reading "U-N-I-Ted", (you & I, Teddy Roosevelt)
    $1000 5
This variety of grape is the USA's most important in making preserves & juice
    $1000 21
James Buchanan Brady's gem of a moniker

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kammy Donna Jeff
$800 $3,400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kammy Donna Jeff
$1,600 $6,600 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not LAKES & RIVERS...)
RAKES & LIVERS
THE STANLEY CUP
U.S. GOVERNMENT JOBS
MYTHOLOGICAL CREATURES
MEN IN CHARGE
(Alex: We want you to name the country.)
TRIPLE "A"
(Alex: Each correct response will contain three "A"s.)
    $400 6
His opera "Don Giovanni" is subtitled "Il Dissoluto Punito" ("The Rake Punished")
    $400 11
The Cup was once left in a photo studio where it was filled with earth & briefly used as this
    $400 21
A rural carrier associate is a 1-day-a-week substitute in this agency of the federal government
    $400 1
This Greek bird who rose from the ashes was probably inspired by a sacred Egyptian bird, the bennu
    $400 16
Prime Minister Dr. Mammohan Singh
    $400 22
The "World" one claims to be the all-time bestselling American reference book
    $800 7
The name of this liver disease is from the Greek for "orange-colored"
    $800 12
In 1905 a team from the Klondike in this territory made a 23-day sled, boat & train trip to Ottawa to vie for the Cup
    $800 27
Tribal accounts managers work for this Interior Department bureau
    $800 2
Bellerophon was crippled when he was thrown from this horse as he was flying to Mount Olympus
    $800 17
Prime Minister Bertie Ahern
    $800 23
Most of these natural disasters occur on slopes of 30-45 degrees
    $1200 8
"The Ruthless Rake" is one of the many novels by this "Queen of Romance"
    $1200 13
(Alex Trebek presents the clue from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.) This great goalie has his first name misspelled many times on the Stanley Cup, including as "J-A-C" and "J-A-C-Q"
    $1200 3
This many-headed serpent of Greek mythology lived in Lake Lerna in Argolis
    $1200 18
President Robert Mugabe
    $1200 24
The World War II light show seen here comes from these
    $1600 9
The portal vein & this artery supply blood to the liver
    $1600 14
This team from the sunny South broke Canadian hearts by beating Calgary for the Cup in 2004
    DD: $2,000 4
These monsters who were half-woman, half-bird tormented Phineus until driven away by the sons of the north wind
    $1600 19
Prime Minister John Howard
    DD: $3,000 25
If a crowded shopping mall fills you with terror, you have this
    $2000 10
William Hogarth began this series of moralizing works around 1735
    $2000 15
(Alex Trebek presents the clue from the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.) In 2001, hockey fans everywhere were thrilled for this ex-Boston defenseman when he won his first Stanley Cup in a 22-year career
    $2000 5
One story says that Hera used the 100 eyes of this gigantic monster to decorate the tail of her peacock
    $2000 20
Prime Minister Jose Luis Zapatero
    $2000 26
This table helps insurance companies set premiums based on how long you're likely to live

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kammy Donna Jeff
$10,600 $16,600 $2,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
This writer was born in Germantown, Penn. on Nov. 29, 1832, the second of 4 daughters

Final scores:

Kammy Donna Jeff
$16,601 $21,600 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,600 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kammy Donna Jeff
$8,800 $16,800 $2,400
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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