Show #4425 - Friday, November 28, 2003

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Contestants

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Philip Cramer, a business owner from Sherman Oaks, California

Celeste Walker, a graduate student from Washington, D.C.

Kathy Chappell, a writer from Burke, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

BEATLES LYRICS
PAPERBACK WRITER
TICKET TO RIDE
STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER
THE LONG & WINDING ROAD
LET IT "B"
    $200 1
"You say yes, I say no, you say stop, and I say go, go, go"
    $200 6
Sales of the paperback of Steinbeck's "East of Eden" skyrocketed when she picked it for her book club
    $200 22
With rides like The Matterhorn, this theme park made taking "an E ticket ride" a part of everyday speech
    $200 11
Providing an almost year-round supply, this state produces about 80 percent of the USA's strawberries
    $200 17
The first of these high-speed German highways was opened in 1935 between Frankfurt & Darmstadt
    $200 12
The name of this woman's undergarment is from the Old French for "armor for the arms"
    $400 2
"If there's anything that you want, if there's anything I can do, just call on me and I'll send it along"
    $400 7
His bestselling paperback "The No Spin Zone" chronicles his confrontations with the powerful & the famous
    $400 23
An open air double decker bus ticket on "The Original Tour" in this city will take you by Hyde Park & Marble Arch
    $400 18
In 1697, after the gardener of Versailles cultivated them, this King declared strawberries his favorite fruit
    $400 27
Before numbered U.S. roads, a 3,300-mile highway from Newark, N.J. to San Francisco was named for this President
    $400 13
If you're a pilot, try to avoid this mysterious area where ships have been disappearing since the 1800s
    $600 3
"And the eyes in his head see the world spinning round"
    $600 8
This E.B. White book about an arachnid has long been a bestselling children's paperback
    $600 24
Ride into NYC to get theater tickets at the company known by these 4 letters; it sells 1.5 million tickets a year
    $600 19
She's the beloved character seen here
    $600 28
Important to the development of the region, the Trans-Amazon Highway runs 3,000 miles from Peru to this ocean
    $600 14
Ghosts of this famous acting family are said to haunt their old Beverly Hills estate
    $800 4
"Changing my life with a wave of her hand, nobody can deny that there's something there"
    $800 9
His 1947 paperback "I, the Jury" sold millions & introduced us all to Mike Hammer
    DD: $1,400 25
It's the northernmost of the 17 countries you can travel to with a Eurail Pass ticket
    $800 20
With its natural heart shape & bright red color, the strawberry was a symbol of this Roman goddess of love
    $800 29
17 Latin American capitals are linked by this highway
    $800 15
From Middle English for "attack", it's whining or arguing in a bad-tempered way
    $1000 5
"Baby's good to me, you know she's happy as can be, you know she said so"
    $1000 10
This crime novelist wrote the 1961 paperback Western classic "Hombre"
    $1000 26
If you had tickets to the last Olympic Games held in Canada you'd have been riding to this city for the events
    $1000 21
A popular strawberry dessert is made with Cointreau & named for this Russian Royal family
    $1000 30
The sign seen here says you're on this, the world's longest national highway
    $1000 16
One of the paired instruments of God's wrath in Genesis 19:24

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Kathy Celeste Philip
$1,200 $1,400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Celeste Philip
$3,400 $2,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

"S"CIENCE
PRIME MIME
BRITISH ROYAL PAINS
WHERE YA FROM?
BETTER KNOWN AS...
LETTER-THING
    $400 9
On June 7, 1973 astronaut Joseph Kerwin managed to free one of these panels, getting power back to Skylab
    $400 18
His famous mime character Bip is based in part on Charles Chaplin's Little Tramp character
    $400 4
William III died in 1702, 2 weeks after a bad fall from one of these while in Richmond Park
    $400 1
Usual word for the people & civilization of ancient Etruria
    $400 13
Outlaw William H. Bonney
    $400 20
It's usually used to indicate June 6, 1944
    $800 10
(Video of Sarah in Alaska.) Glacier ice appears blue because its dense structure absorbs all of this except blue
    $800 19
3-word phrase that follows "running" in a Bob Seger lyric & "walking" in a famous mime routine
    $800 5
Catherine Howard & Anne Boleyn lost their heads for supposedly committing this offense
    $800 2
(Hi, I'm Joe Nichols.) It's the proper word for me & others from this state, the "Land of Opportunity"
    $800 14
U.S. President Leslie Lynch King, Jr.
    $800 21
Here are audio & video clues that will yield this response
    DD: $800 25
2 of the 3 elements with atomic numbers between 10 & 20 that fit the category
    $1200 28
This Swiss mime troupe was founded in 1972 with the goal of creating "a new form of theatre"
    $1200 6
To help with her royal birthing pains, Queen Victoria used this new anesthetic in 1853
    $1200 3
Residents of Del Mar, in San Diego county, go by this spacy name
    $1200 15
The beloved Karol Wojtyla
    $1200 22
These addresses always include an "at" symbol
    $1600 26
(Video of Jimmy by a blackboard.) In physics, it's a wave whose form is the same as the trig function of the same name
    $1600 29
In this 1992 Bobcat Goldthwait film, clowns take great delight in beating up mimes
    $1600 7
Though the arrow missed his lion heart, gangrene set in & killed him April 6, 1199
    DD: $2,000 11
A Sooite comes from this locale in Michigan or Ontario
    $1600 16
Songwriter Israel Baline
    $1600 23
The condos seen here are this building type
    $2000 27
The heart of a black hole is a point of zero volume & infinite density called this
    $2000 30
Shields and this woman, the duo seen here, had their own TV show in the 1970s, and still continue to perform
    $2000 8
The reason was treason for this King's beheading in 1649
    $2000 12
A man from Madrid is this tilde-bearing term (not, as in "Love and Death", a Madridnik)
    $2000 17
Spy novelist David John Moore Cornwell
    $2000 24
In treating Parkinson's, this drug is used to help replace missing dopamine in the brain

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathy Celeste Philip
$13,000 $2,400 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TONY-WINNING MUSICALS
2 of the 3 Tony winners for Best Musical with titles just 4 letters long

Final scores:

Kathy Celeste Philip
$10,000 $1 $3,900
2-day champion: $20,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kathy Celeste Philip
$14,400 $4,800 $4,400
22 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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