Show #4445 - Friday, December 26, 2003

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Contestants

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Jennifer Pelletier, a mother and small business owner from Norwalk, Connecticut

John Salmon, a computer programmer from Altadena, California

Jamie Aliperti, a legal aid attorney from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

ENGINEERING
WHICH TV SHOW CAME FIRST?
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
PATRON SAINTS
TOPLESS JEOPARDY!
"O" MY!
    $200 6
The Old London Bridge was first built in the 13th century over this river
    $200 1
"Here's Lucy",
"The Lucy Show",
"I Love Lucy"
    $200 14
As the top-ranked university for 2003 by U.S. News & World Report, this New Jersey school rules
    $200 23
Julian the hospitaller is the patron saint of these musicians, a favorite of Old King Cole
    $200 8
It's no stretch of the imagination for you to tell us the name of this animal
    $200 13
The only person to play for both the NL's Dodgers & the NHL's Rangers, Gladys Gooding played this instrument
    $400 7
This man's World Tower in New York was once the world's tallest residential development
    $400 2
"How the West Was Won",
"How to Marry a Millionaire",
"Howdy Doody"
    $400 15
Universities in Columbia & in Los Angeles share this 3-letter abbreviation
    $400 24
As patron saint of Quebec & for makers of these, Anne should help the Expos to a clean sweep of any series
    $400 9
Important adviser to President Bush seen here
    $400 19
(Hey, this is Wayne Brady and this is your clue.) This city, my hometown, is home to Sea World of Florida & college football's annual Citrus Bowl
    $600 16
The widest cable-stayed bridge is the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge in this city
    $600 3
"The Today Show",
"The Tonight Show",
"The Tomorrow Show"
    $600 21
Emily Dickinson's grandfather was one of the founders of this Massachusetts college
    $600 25
For protection against these, call on Gertrude of Nivelles, or call a pied piper
    $600 10
Asian poet & dictator seen here
    $600 20
In WWII, the U.S. estimated the number of enemy soldiers on Pacific islands by counting these from the air
    $800 17
In 2002 the first line in this country's Oporto Light Rail System opened
    $800 4
"Gilligan's Island",
"Hogan's Heroes",
"Charlie's Angels"
    DD: $4,600 22
The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes is a well-known landmark at this midwestern school
    $800 26
Zita is the patron saint you invoke in the search for these items, also a symbol of St. Peter's power
    $800 11
He's the multi-marrying man seen here
    $800 27
Lewis Grizzard mused on marriage in "If Love Were" this "I'd Be About a Quart Low"
    $1000 18
The only contemporaneous man-made objects taller than the Pharos of Alexandria Lighthouse
    $1000 5
"Phyllis",
"Rhoda",
"Lou Grant"
    $1000 30
Founded in 1842, Willamete University in this state is the oldest university west of the Rockies
    $1000 29
Being shot with dozens of these helped make Sebastian a patron of fletchers
    $1000 12
He's the great world leader seen here in his usual simple garb
    $1000 28
Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1951, this N.Y. Giant hit a career 511 home runs

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

Jamie John Jennifer
$1,000 $2,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie John Jennifer
$2,000 $14,200 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREANA
POTENTATES
THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING
ROCK & ROLL BOOKSTORE
PEAKING AT NAMES
5-LETTER WORDS
    $400 8
Oscar Wilde asked whether the critics who'd written on this play were mad or only pretending to be
    $400 10
Thutmose III, who lived in the 1400s B.C., is called the Napoleon of this ancient country
    $400 1
The mast on top of the Empire State Building was originally designed as a mooring for these rigid airships
    $400 5
"Nowhere Man" is Robert Rosen's take on "The Final Days of" this Beatle
    $400 6
The Surveyor General of India from 1830, he lent his name to Nepal's highest peak
    $400 7
It's to brush your fingers on the strings of a guitar
    $800 9
Will's shortest play, its title has become an expression meaning a ridiculous series of events
    $800 22
When the Central African Republic's Pres. Bokassa declared himself Emperor, he renamed the country this
    $800 2
The building was bathed with blue lights on Dec. 12, 1995 to match this man's eyes on his 80th birthday
    $800 17
"Last Train to Memphis" tells of the first part of this man's life up to the death of his mother
    $800 14
The highest peak in this island nation bears the name of Captain James Cook
    $800 15
Your carpal tunnel passes through this joint
    $1200 11
Shakespeare's mother Mary shares her maiden name with this idyllic forest in "As You Like It"
    $1200 28
In November 1918 the New York Times headlined, This ruler "and Crown Prince abdicate"
    DD: $2,200 3
At the Empire State Building's 60th anniversary celebration in 1991, this 83-year-old actress was guest of honor
    $1200 18
The title of Robert Shelton's bio "No Direction Home" about this performer comes from a line in one of his hits
    $1200 24
The director of Canada's geological survey from 1842 to 1869, he lent his name to the 2nd-highest peak in N. America
    $1200 16
To make amends; it sounds like what you hear when you pick up a phone
    $1600 12
Coined by George Bernard Shaw, this adaptation of "idolatry" is the worship of Shakespeare
    $1600 29
Historic rulers of this name were nicknamed the Upright, the Wise & Barbarossa
    $1600 4
In 1931 the building opened on the former site of this hotel with a hyphenated name
    $1600 19
Danny Sugerman has written 2 biographies about The Doors & one called "Appetite for Destruction" about this group
    DD: $1,200 25
Appropriately, Pico Cristobal Colon is the highest peak in this South American country
    $1600 20
It can mean "before" or be the rank before abbot in a monastery
    $2000 13
Many plays first appeared in these books, smaller than folios, made from sheets folded twice to make 4 leaves
    $2000 23
He made an 8-hour film about the Empire State Building in 1964 in which the camera never moved
    $2000 27
"The Rose that Grew from Concrete" is the title of a book of this slain rapper's poetry
    $2000 26
With peaks named for Washington & Adams, the Presidential Range is found in this state's White Mountains
    $2000 21
Sport that uses the ball seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie John Jennifer
$9,000 $24,600 $5,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SEASONAL CHARACTERS
In late 1939 Chicago adman Robert May considered Rollo & Reginald before settling on this name

Final scores:

Jamie John Jennifer
$10,401 $31,200 $10,399
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $31,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jamie John Jennifer
$8,000 $21,200 $5,200
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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