Show #4805 - Friday, June 24, 2005

Contestants

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Morgan Chase, a mathematics educator originally from Antrim, New Hampshire

Steve Clark, a training manager from Rochester Hills, Michigan

Brandy Shattuck, a medical student originally from Newaygo, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS & BASEBALL
SANDWICHES
SYMPTOMS OF AFFLUENZA
E____E
(Alex: Each correct response will begin and end with the letter E.)
ASTRONAUTS
THE FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT STUFF
    $200 4
Saying it was in the national interest, he kept baseball going during World War II
    $200 1
This term for a large sandwich with a variety of fillings is named for a character in the comic strip "Blondie"
    $200 22
You get the sweats thinking about this car company's Silver Shadow, Silver Cloud or Phantom model
    $200 8
When it comes to this flat container, you can stuff it, lick it, or "push" it
    $200 14
Physicist Owen Garriott & physician Joe Kerwin were science pilots on missions to this '70s space station
    $200 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Robie House in Chicago, IL.) Part of Robie House is called by this term for the front of a ship--the house looked to some like a ship set on land
    $400 5
It's the only team that has a U.S. president on its roster of former owners
    $400 2
"BLAT" is a BLT with this "a"dditional ingredient
    $400 23
Shortness of breath ordering 2 boxes of Cohiba cigars, first made in this country
    $400 10
Any one apostolic letter in the New Testament
    $400 15
John Grunsfeld, grandson of a planetarium designer, flew on the 1999 shuttle mission to repair this
    $400 27
For his prairie houses, Wright called for one big chimney, which justified one big one of these inside
    $600 6
One of his first jobs was re-creating Cubs games over the radio in Iowa
    $600 3
One story says that this alternate name for a hero sandwich comes from its creation on Hog Island
    $600 24
You get weak-kneed fondling a tournament mallet used during chukkers in this sport
    $600 11
Listen to me: it's soft, it's pendulous, it's on your head
    $600 16
The book "The Right Stuff" describes his 2 personalities as "The Icy Commander" & "Smilin' Al"
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago, IL.) The symbolism Frank Lloyd Wright used on this house includes the stork for this quality, which is fitting as Wright raised 6 kids here
    $800 7
Before his Army years, he played baseball under an assumed name in the Kansas minor leagues
    $800 18
GAC is an abbreviation for this classic sandwich
    $800 25
Heart palpitations when mentioning the Carnegie Abbey Members Only Club at Narragansett Bay in this state
    $800 12
To appropriate money or property fraudulently for one's own use
    $800 17
One of the three men on the mission whose NASA patch is seen here
    $800 29
Though he isn't primarily known for church designs, this shape was Wright's favorite in the early 1900s
    DD: $1,000 9
On April 19, 1909 Taft attended a home game of this team & probably had a hot dog or 9
    $1000 19
Disneyland's Blue Bayou restaurant serves this classic sandwich that's dipped in egg & fried
    $1000 26
Shivers walking through 718 Fifth Ave., the jewelry house of this "King of Diamonds"
    $1000 13
From the Latin for "turned out of doors", it means to get rid of, maybe as in "the negative"
    $1000 20
On Apollo 11 this man got to say, "OK, Eagle... you guys take care"
    $1000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Oak Park, a suburb of Chicago, IL.) Wright said he tried to make furnishings like this type of architecture, which is interconnected like a living thing

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

Brandy Steve Morgan
$0 $800 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brandy Steve Morgan
$1,000 $2,800 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

COMING TO AMERICA
SONG SUNG "BLUE"
SWEET CAROLINA
YOU DON'T BRING ME FLOWERS
I AM I SAID
HELLO AGAIN
(Alex: You have to give me the language in which I say "hello" to you.)
    $400 22
He came to America in 1847 to join his brothers' dry goods business; his jeans came later
    $400 1
A 1979 Neil Diamond hit says, "Long as I can have you here with me, I'd much rather be" this, the song's title
    $400 6
This popular 1920s dance style was named for a 1923 song which was named for a city in South Carolina
    $400 21
In the fir tree, not flowers but these hold the seeds
    $400 16
In "Goodbye to Berlin", Isherwood wrote, "I am" this "with its shutter open", giving the later play version its title
    $400 7
Guten tag
    $800 23
Frank Capra & Charles Atlas made names for themselves after both emigrating from this country in 1903
    $800 2
"Sometimes I wonder what I'm a gonna do, but there ain't no cure for" these
    $800 12
In 2000 Governor Jim Hodges signed a bill to remove this from atop the Capitol dome in Columbia, South Carolina
    $800 27
Welwitschia mirabilis, a plant of this continent's Namib Desert, gets water no one knows how
    $800 17
In Shakespeare, one of his last declarations before he's killed is "I am constant as the Northern star"
    $800 8
Konnichiwa
    $1200 24
A little bird told us this artist, born in Santo Domingo in 1785, came to America when he was 18
    $1200 3
Bing Crosby introduced this song in 1937's "Waikiki Wedding" (Elvis sang it almost 25 years later)
    $1200 13
When the NHL is up & running, this pro hockey team plays its home games in Raleigh
    $1200 28
A plant that forms a furry carpet on forest floors is known as the club type of this, but isn't a true one
    DD: $4,000 18
19th century New Yorker who wrote, "I am the poet of the body and I am the poet of the soul"
    $1200 9
Ni Hao
    $1600 25
Born in Paris of Asian heritage, this world-famous cellist came to the U.S. at age 8
    $1600 4
This No. 1 hit also includes the line "Softer than satin was the light"
    $1600 14
In the 1920s, this insect devastated South Carolina's cotton industry
    $1600 29
Sori are clusters of spore-producing structures on these nonflowering plants
    $1600 19
20th century New Yorker who wrote, "I am the darker brother" but "I, too, am America"
    $1600 10
Jambo
    DD: $2,000 26
Great Scot! He came to America in 1848 & rose from bobbin boy in a cotton factory to a steel magnate
    $2000 5
This title completes the line "No one knows what it's like to be the bad man, to be the sad man..."
    $2000 15
Both Carolinas were named for this English monarch
    $2000 30
The maidenhair is the only living plant in this genus of ornamental trees long held sacred in Asia
    $2000 20
Soon before his mental collapse in 1889, this European thinker wrote, "I am not a man I am dynamite"
    $2000 11
Kalimera

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brandy Steve Morgan
$15,400 $2,000 $14,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RULERS
(Alex: Not this kind--the regal kind.)
Though he was already emperor of one country, Franz Joseph was crowned in this city June 8, 1867

Final scores:

Brandy Steve Morgan
$1,999 $3,999 $15,417
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,417

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brandy Steve Morgan
$15,400 $6,000 $14,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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