Show #4447 - Tuesday, December 30, 2003

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Contestants

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Kasey Berry, a wife and mother from Covington, Louisiana

Micah Morken, a graduate student originally from St. Paul, Minnesota

Chris Stansfield, a bartender from New York, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

RIVERS
ALPHABETIC HOMOPHONES
A LUMPY CATEGORY
NOVEL TEASE
PRISONS
CELL BLOCK CINEMA
    $200 3
Lake Mead was formed by damming this river
    $200 11
Supermodel-actress Macpherson
    $200 16
Thanks in part to Sir Henry Tate's innovation, tea drinkers opt for "one lump or two" of this
    $200 1
1885:
"You don't know about me without you have read a book by the name of 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer'"
    $200 26
You didn't get sent directly to this prison that closed in 1963; other U.S. prisons sent their worst prisoners there
    $200 21
In 1957, "everybody in the whole cell block was dancin' to" this title tune
    $400 4
An Iroquois word that means "where goods are brought in" gives this river that flows past D.C. its name
    $400 12
This pronoun refers to the one being addressed in a conversation
    $400 17
In cheesemaking, first the proteins in the milk are turned into solid lumps called these
    $400 2
1838:
"Please, sir, I want some more"
    $400 27
On May 5, 1981 Bobby Sands died on the 66th day of his hunger strike in this city's Maze Prison
    $400 22
Sean Penn was in the pen in this 1995 film directed by Tim Robbins
    $600 5
(Jeff Probst gives the clue from Brazil.) The Rio Negro is a major tributary of this river, South America's longest
    $600 13
Middle name of cosmetics queen Mary Ash
    $600 18
Lumpy Brannum played this important role on "Captain Kangaroo"
    DD: $1,000 6
1852:
"I won't be taken, Eliza; I'll die first! I'll be free, or I'll die!"
    $600 28
It hasn't been a prison or even a building since 1789, but its "Place" is still a landmark
    $600 23
(Hi, I'm Paul McCrane from ER.) I appeared as a prison guard in this Morgan Freeman film based on a story by Stephen King
    $800 9
The Grand Coulee Dam derives electric power from this river
    $800 14
Dorothy Gale's aunt
    $800 19
Robert Frost wrote that a poem "begins as a lump" here, "a sense of wrong, a homesickness"
    $800 7
1953:
"He flicked the igniter and the house jumped up in a gorging fire that burned the evening sky red"
    $800 29
Like his character Raskolnikov, he had a stay in a prison in Siberia
    $800 24
This harrowing 1978 film that made Brad Davis a star wasn't exactly a Turkish delight
    $1000 10
It's the longest river entirely within Canada
    $1000 15
It precedes walk, hawk & cee
    $1000 20
This lumpy substance, whose name is French for "gray amber", comes from sperm whales
    $1000 8
1928:
"She married Clifford Chatterley in 1917, when he was home for a month on leave"
    $1000 30
This Lord Mayor of London, known for his cat, helped rebuild Newgate Prison, later home to William Penn
    $1000 25
Ashley Judd finds out that she can't be convicted twice for killing her husband in this 1999 drama

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

Chris Micah Kasey
$4,800 $1,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Micah Kasey
$9,800 $4,800 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THAT'S THE TICKET
'90s TELEVISION
CHEMISTRY COMMERCIALS
PIANISTS
RELIGIOUS WORKS
NOT QUITE BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 11
Joe Lieberman was his running mate
    $400 12
Twins Brandon & Brenda had just moved to L.A. when this series debuted in 1990
    $400 22
You've tried other peroxides, like zinc & barium -- it's time to come back to this most widely used one
    $400 6
He's the legendary piano-playing showman seen here
    $400 1
The "Great" one of these buildings in Damascus once had an acre of mosaics believed to depict paradise
    $400 21
"Ed Grimley" actor you eat with strawberries & cream
    $800 14
In 1944 he ran with FDR
    $800 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Alaska.) A moose wandered the streets in the credits of this 1990s TV show, set in Alaska
    $800 27
Calling all Colorado cooks! Use Clapeyron's Equation to relate pressure to this point for a liquid
    $800 7
With his quartet, this pianist took "Take Five" onto the pop charts in 1961
    $800 2
Bach's cantata "Das Neugeborne Kindelein" was written for the season of this holiday
    $800 23
"Basic Instinct" femme fatale who's a prehistoric temple on Salisbury Plain
    $1200 18
Completes the ticket ____ Kemp
    $1200 15
Called "Hill Street Blues" with singing, this show from Steven Bochco lasted 3 months in 1990
    $1200 28
When it's going to be a special night, dab on a little of an essential one of these, like patchouli
    $1200 8
We'll throw on this old rag & you tell us the name of the self-taught pianist who created it
    $1200 3
A novel by Walter Wangerin covers the life of this man from Tarsus who was himself a man of letters
    $1200 24
A drug to reduce physical discomfort that's also known as an orca
    $1600 19
In 1968 Edmund Muskie looked up to him
    $1600 16
This sitcom was set primarily at an airfield on Nantucket
    $1600 29
An entire lump of sugar starts to vanish as you watch ordinary water act as this type of liquid! It's that easy!
    $1600 9
Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie & this pianist with a "religious" name created the Bebop style of jazz in the 1940s
    DD: $6,000 4
What the man in the center might be saying, it's the 2-word Latin title of the painting seen here
    $1600 25
Domicile for Lassie where you'll find the U.S. Congress at work
    $2000 20
Adlai Stevenson's running mate in 1956
    $2000 17
Nerdy neighbor Brian Krakow pined for Angela on this teen angst show starring Claire Danes
    DD: $5,000 30
For a wide range of isotopes, look for this element under the Fm symbol (not available in nature)
    $2000 10
He was a world-class concert pianist & in 1919 became the first Prime Minister of Poland
    $2000 5
In Byron's "Hebrew Melodies" on Biblical subjects, it's who "came down like the wolf on the fold"
    $2000 26
"Insectlike" enthusiastic reader who is a hypothetical passage to distant parts of the universe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Micah Kasey
$13,600 $23,200 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CHARACTERS IN CLASSIC LIT
The first person mentioned by name in "The Man in the Iron Mask" is this hero of a previous book by the same author

Final scores:

Chris Micah Kasey
$27,200 $28,200 $1,200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $28,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Micah Kasey
$18,200 $18,800 $2,200
29 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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