Show #4427 - Tuesday, December 2, 2003

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Contestants

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Rebecca Fahrendorf, a validation engineer from Indianapolis, Indiana

Robert Morgan, a high school teacher from San Juan Capistrano, California

Benni Adkins, a school lunch lady from Glenpool, Oklahoma (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

PLACES TO GO BEFORE YOU DIE
MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS
LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "L"
FAMOUS VALEDICTORIANS
THE U.S. ARMY
VERBS
    $200 21
On the Greek isle of Aegina, at the orchards full of these nuts, you can see them before they're dyed red
    $200 1
Will Smith's "Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)" is the theme to this 2002 sequel
    $200 13
Genie container (4)
    $200 8
Lynnwood High's Valedictorian in 1975 was this rock parodist who probably thought himself the "Bald Victorian"
    $200 3
The Stephen Ailes Award goes to the top one of these trainers of recruits -- What's that, soldier? I can't hear you!!
    $200 26
As a noun, he calls signals for the plays in the huddle; as a verb, it means to direct the offense
    $400 22
This Canadian city's Bata Shoe Museum has Pierre Trudeau's sandals; now that's worth "CN"
    $400 2
The soundtrack to this 1983 yuppie reunion movie includes '60s hits like "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" & "My Girl"
    $400 14
Hilton's "Horizon", or Fitzgerald's "Generation" (4)
    $400 9
A mole told us she was a model Valedictorian for Dekalb High in 1984
    $400 4
About 35,000 soldiers of the 8th Army are stationed on this Asian peninsula
    $400 27
To tamper with something, or to behave in an "apish" manner
    $600 23
The Museumboot will take you through this city's canals with stops near the Rembrandt House & Rijksmuseum
    $600 18
(This is Alison Krauss.) 3 of my songs, including "I'll Fly Away", are on the multi-Platinum soundtrack to this Coen Brothers film
    $600 15
Nabokov's nymphet (6)
    $600 10
He was behind the lectern for Binger High in 1965 & he was behind the plate for the Reds in the '70s
    $600 5
Designed to accompany tanks, this fighting vehicle is named for a U.S. General of World War II
    $600 28
It's a synonym for "efface" that also rhymes with it
    $800 24
Though this city encircled by Hebei province is China's second-largest, it's the one you think of first
    $800 19
Simple Minds' "Don't You (Forget About Me)" is a No. 1 hit from the soundtrack to this 1985 John Hughes film
    $800 16
Fauntleroy is a "little" one (4)
    $800 11
This game show host might have offered the Yale Law class of 1970 a chance to win his Valedictorian speech
    $800 6
This corps evolved from flags & torches in the 1850s to advanced electronic communications
    $800 29
From the Old Norse for "to bathe", it means to lie on the beach & soak up the warm rays
    $1000 25
In its native tongue, this Himalayan kingdom is called Drukyul
    $1000 20
(I'm Wynonna.) I covered Elvis Presley's "Burning Love" for the soundtrack to this 2002 animated film
    $1000 17
Versifier Vachel (7)
    $1000 12
When Gouverneur Morris was Valedictorian at this N.Y. school in 1768, it was known as King's College
    DD: $1,000 7
Washington was the first 3-star General; this President the first 4-star General
    $1000 30
Often used to mean "imply", it really means to draw a conclusion from what another has implied

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

Benni Robert Rebecca
$1,000 $2,400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Benni Robert Rebecca
$4,600 $5,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

PLACES TO GO AFTER YOU'RE DEAD
BASEBALL LEGENDS
HISTORIC NICKNAMES
AROUND THE KITCHEN
PHILOSOPHIES IN A NUTSHELL
GETTING UP THERE
    $400 9
If Peter forgets his keys at home, no one gets in here
    $400 4
Only 2 pitchers have lost over 300 games in a career: Pud Galvin & this legend for whom a major award is named
    $400 14
"Old Blood and Guts"
    $400 1
The first automatic one of these was patented by Charles Strite in 1921; pop-up was added in 1925
    $400 24
Nietzsche named the wild, creative impulse for Dionysus & the orderly one for this sun god
    $400 19
The base of the stratus, a low type of this, can get down to less than 6,000 feet
    $800 10
The friendless poor & strangers are buried in one of these, mentioned in Matthew 27:7
    $800 5
Prior to entering the Major Leagues at age 42 in 1948, he had pitched 55 no-hitters in the Negro Leagues
    $800 15
"The Serpent of the Nile"
    $800 2
Gibson added the first automatic interior light to this appliance
    $800 25
Henri Bergson saw this not as a series of moments but as a flow he called duration
    $800 20
The day before Alan Shepard went up, Malcolm Ross went 21 miles up, up & away in one of these
    $1200 11
The Latin & Greek Churches agree it's a place of temporary suffering, but do not agree on the form of suffering
    $1200 6
This Cardinals first baseman hit 583 career home runs, averaging a home run for every 10.6 times at bat
    $1200 16
"The Second Man on the Moon"
    $1200 3
It took 30 years for this appliance to be in over 50% of U.S. homes; the need to bake a potato in 3 min. wasn't pressing
    $1200 26
His "Two Treatises of Government", which influenced Jefferson, said man has a natural right to liberty
    $1200 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from Colorado) Drink extra water at 10,000 feet. Up here, this point is lower, so the air contains less water
    $1600 12
In Greek mythology its subdivisions include Erebus & Tartarus
    $1600 7
Baseball's all-time strikeout king with 5,714, his uniform number was retired by 3 teams: California, Houston & Texas
    $1600 17
"The Kingfish of Politics"
    $1600 29
Kitchen appliance that helped A.D. Hershey win a Nobel Prize; it removed a virus' protein coat from its DNA core
    $1600 27
This man who died around 347 B.C. said we perceive examples of things, not their ideal forms
    $1600 22
In 1975 one of these scavengers climbed to 37,000' over Africa -- sadly, we know this because it hit a plane
    $2000 13
It's a bottomless pit for the dead, or, in its special edition, an almost endless James Cameron movie
    $2000 8
This shortstop, the "Flying Dutchman", outplayed Ty Cobb in their 1909 World Series showdown
    $2000 18
"The Wittenberg Monk"
    DD: $200 30
Found in many kitchens, polytetrafluoroethylene is more commonly called this
    $2000 28
Hobbes followed this
-ism, not meaning he was greedy but that he reduced every experience to a physical process
    DD: $2,000 23
The men seen here lunching above Manhattan include members of this Indian tribe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Benni Robert Rebecca
$11,400 $24,000 $2,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC TERMS
These 2 words are anagrams of each other & for our location now one is about 34, the other about 74

Final scores:

Benni Robert Rebecca
$7,400 $23,500 $0
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $23,500 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Benni Robert Rebecca
$11,400 $24,200 $2,800
19 R,
2 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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