Show #4354 - Thursday, July 3, 2003

Contestants

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Jason Martin, a paramedic from Carbondale, Illinois

Rachel Fleet, an attorney from Seattle, Washington

Tom Guymon, a business manager from Anaheim, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $28,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE STUFF
MUPPETATIONAL
PEOPLE
SILENT CAL SPEAKS!
BRAND NAMES
ADJECTIVES OF THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
    $200 11
It contains both the highest point & the lowest point in the contiguous 48 states
    $200 6
In 1978 a giant Kermit the Frog made his helium-filled debut in this event
    $200 16
George Bailey was his character's name in 1946's "It's a Wonderful Life"
    $200 26
In 1925 Calvin Coolidge told the American Soc. of Newspaper Editors, "The chief business of America is" this
    $200 1
It's been advertised as "The pain reliever hospitals use most"
    $200 21
...this word, meaning unclothed, like a jaybird
    $400 12
You might say this state had parking meters "sooner" than any other; the first one was installed there in July 1935
    $400 7
The Muppets were regulars on this series 13 years before Toonces, the cat who could drive a car
    $400 17
The subject of a bestselling "Autobiography", he was born Malcolm Little
    $400 27
Silent Cal shocked the nation on Aug. 2, 1927 when he said, "I do not choose to run for" this "in 1928"
    $400 2
"Ding-Dong", this company calling!"
    $400 22
...this adjective used to describe the Ambersons in the title of an Orson Welles movie
    $600 13
We can thank this state for Tobasco sauce; it originated on Avery Island
    $600 8
The cover of "Sesame Street Fever" album featured this blue guy in a disco pose
    $600 18
Vinko Bogataj was the "agonizing" skier seen in the opening credits of this ABC series
    DD: $1,200 28
Cal's reply to a lady who said, "I made a bet today that I could get you to say three words to me"
    $600 3
This sportswear giant's boutiques for women include the word "goddess" in their names
    $600 23
...this 3-word type of punishment outlawed by the 8th Amendment
    $800 14
Almost all of the anthracite coal produced in the U.S. comes from this state
    $800 9
Surrounded by Muppet creatures, this rocker played the Goblin King in "Labyrinth"
    $800 19
He wasn't an animal (well, technically he was) but John Merrick was better known by this beastly title
    $800 29
Cal reportedly said that "When a great many people are unable to find work", this "results"
    $800 4
Back in the 1920s this brand featured the slogan "Curiously Strong" in ads
    $800 24
...this passionate type of love named for the Greek god of love
    $1000 15
This state was named for the wife of King Charles I of England
    $1000 10
The first full body character Henson built was Delbert, one of these creatues, for a La Choy commercial
    $1000 20
The late, great caricaturist Al Hirschfeld was famous for always working this name of his daughter into his works
    $1000 30
On Sept. 14, 1919 Cal telegrammed Samuel Gompers, "There is no right to" do this "against the public safety"
    $1000 5
Joshua Cowen gave his middle name to this line of electric model trains
    $1000 25
...adjective from the name of a mid-16th century Florentine writer

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

Tom Rachel Jason
$3,800 $2,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Rachel Jason
$6,400 $4,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NEW TESTAMENT
ALLITERATIVE ATHLETES
WHERE'D YA FIND THAT?
I LOVE A PIANO
OLD ROME
SEE "NN"
    $400 16
In the King James version, Mark 14:72 uses "crew" as a past tense of this
    $400 2
In 2002 this San Francisco Giant won the Hank Aaron Award as the National League's best hitter
    $400 11
Nicola Bonacasa claims Alexander the Great's tomb is in this city, just where you'd expect to find it
    $400 17
In 2000 George Michael bought at auction for 2.1 million the piano on which this man composed "Imagine"
    $400 1
In 1933 Kraft introduced Miracle Whip as a better & lower cost alternative to this
    $800 18
In chapter 11, Luke reports that Jesus taught this to the disciples after one of them asked him to
    $800 3
Seen here, he was 1999's No. 1 ranked tennis player
    $800 12
A royal palace of this civilization was recently found in Guatemala as part of the ancient city of Cancuen
    $800 19
"The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T" by this children's author is about a demented piano teacher
    $800 4
They're the first name of & the job of the man seen here
    $1200 23
As Jesus' ancestor, he's the second person mentioned in the New Testament
    $1200 8
This speed skater was Sports Illustrated's Sportswoman of the Year for 1994
    DD: $3,000 13
In 1891 the then oldest known fossils of Homo Erectus found outside of Africa were discovered on this island
    $1200 20
Its limited-edition Tricentennial Grand will set you back about $80,000
    $1200 5
Material of red underwear & red hash
    $1600 24
Appropriately, this many baskets were filled with fragments of the 5 loaves & 2 fishes to feed the 5,000
    $1600 9
He's the late, great master of The Masters seen here
    $1600 14
If you went to Lydia, in Turkey, you might stumble on a stater, one of the earliest of these
    $1600 21
At the 2001 MTV Music Awards, this appropriately name pianist pounded out Beethoven's "Fur Elise"
    $1600 27
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Colosseum.) The arena floor was originally made out of wood & was covered in this substance, "arena" in Latin
    $1600 6
An Alan Sillitoe novella told of "The Loneliness of the Long Distance" one of these
    DD: $2,000 25
Jesus was in this village when he said, "No prophet is accepted in his own country"
    $2000 10
This black boxers's fight against racial prejudice inspired the movie "The Great White Hope"
    $2000 15
Neanderthal skulls were found in the Tabun Cave of this mount near Haifa, Israel
    $2000 22
Until this man invented his "process" in 1856, steel strings were too pricey for pianos
    $2000 26
This poet of "Odes" & "Satires" was educated in Athens & owned a farm in the Sabine Hills
    $2000 7
This Declaration signer wasn't just cute as a button, he was a Button

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Rachel Jason
$16,400 $5,800 $2,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OPERA
Title character of a 1787 opera who says he needs women "more than the food I eat,... than the very air I breathe"

Final scores:

Tom Rachel Jason
$17,400 $5,800 $2,800
3-day champion: $45,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Rachel Jason
$16,400 $8,800 $2,200
19 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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