Show #4375 - Friday, September 19, 2003

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Contestants

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Chuck Champagne, a vice president of finance from Cumberland, Rhode Island

Dave Hoffman, an account manager from Los Angeles, California

Michael Shapiro, a college teacher from Honolulu, Hawaii (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
I WANNA ROCK!
WAY OUT WEST
RACK YOUR BRAIN
PILOT TALK
THE "UN"CATEGORY
    $200 6
On July 1, 1867 the British North America Act created this new dominion
    $200 1
The lyrics to this 1963 hit had a lot of people dancing & a lot of people scratching their heads
    $200 11
This pair's 1804-06 "expedition" handed out certificates to Indian chiefs they found hospitable
    $200 21
Container for bottles of ginger, cumin & cloves
    $200 26
When the plane's on its glide path it's about to do this
    $200 15
A 1937 ransom note for Charles Ross demanded $50,000 in 20s, 10s & 5s, bank-run, non-consecutive & this
    $400 7
In 1001 this Norseman reached what is now Newfoundland, built several dwellings & stayed the winter
    $400 2
This No. 1 song was featured in a 1981 film
    $400 12
The state animal of Nevada is the desert bighorn species of this
    $400 22
To decay or decline is to "go to rack &" this
    $400 27
A dive is a steep, sudden descent; this is an ascent to cruising altitude
    $400 17
"Barbara: An Actress Who Sings" calls itself this type of book
    $600 8
In 67 A.D. Nero began building a canal across this country's Isthmus of Corinth; a canal was completed in 1893
    $600 3
Trip out as we spin this '60s psychedelic sensation
    $600 13
Out west is the wild blue yonder; Oregon has the Blue Mountains & the state tree of Utah is the blue this
    $600 23
Rack & this is a steering system used in sports cars
    $600 28
It's the movement of an aircraft under its own power on the ground
    $600 18
Zombies are an example of this group of beings that shouldn't be walking around but are
    $800 9
Sir Eric Drummond was the first to serve in this position at the League of Nations, doing so from 1919 to 1933
    $800 4
It's the "monster" of a smash hit heard here
    DD: $1,400 14
As the first Governor of Deseret, he sent a request to Congress to recognize it as an official state
    $800 24
Take a rack of lamb, form it in a circle & you have this roast fit for a king
    $800 29
It's not frosting on the cake, it's a bad wing condition you experience in cold weather
    $800 19
This company's No. 5 model was one of the most successful manual typewriters in history
    $1000 10
This Spanish conquistador served as Governor of Peru from 1531 until his murder in 1541
    $1000 5
He-he, he-he, it's the Black Sabbath metal favorite heard here
    $1000 16
This Sacramento mill owner bought out the failed Russian settlement of Fort Ross
    $1000 25
(Video of Jimmy, clear in the foreground.) From a cinematographer's bag of tricks, it's...

(Video of Sarah, in the background.) ...the in-camera effect being demonstrated here
    $1000 30
From the Latin for "stormy", it's the rough air that shakes things up a bit during a flight
    $1000 20
In 1905 Freud cracked everyone up with "Jokes and Their Relation to" this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Michael Dave Chuck
$1,200 $600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Dave Chuck
$3,200 $3,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TIPS FROM THE ANCIENTS
FEMININE TERMS
MUSIC
DA BRONX
BEST PICTURES IN OTHER WORDS
THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER
    $400 12
The moral of his town & country mice fable is that a simple, peaceful life is better than riches with unease
    $400 17
Asherah was a Canaanite fertility one
    $400 22
Bisbigliando, or "whispering", is an effect on this 46-stringed instrument
    $400 6
Dis boxer was da Bronx Bull
    $400 1
1970:
"World War II's Commander of the Third Army"
    $400 11
(Alex delivers the clue from the National Constitution Center.) Appropriately, the National Constitution Center is located here, in the heart of this city
    $800 13
In his "Analects", this Asian was among those who suggested not to do to others what you don't want done to you
    $800 18
This word for a female protagonist is a homophone of a dangerous narcotic
    $800 23
Perhaps due to an illness, 18th c. soprano Anastasia Robinson dropped into this range
    $800 7
This notorious prison island is politically part of the Bronx but connected by bridge to Queens
    $800 2
1988:
"Wet Weather Dude"
    $800 27
(Alex delivers the clue from the National Constitution Center.) The "We the People" exhibit takes its name from this introductory paragraph of the Constitution
    DD: $1,200 14
Simple machine of which Archimedes said that with the right place to stand he could move the world
    $1200 19
Baton twirler is often used in place of this term
    $1200 24
A mideastern trash talker could threaten to beat you like a davul -- it's a type of this
    $1200 8
Formed in the Bronx in 1976, one of the first rap crews was this man & The Furious Five
    $1200 3
1972:
"Baptism Sponsor"
    $1200 28
(Alex delivers the clue from the National Constitution Center.) Signers Hall shows the 42 men who were still around when this ended, after nearly 4 months of deliberation
    $1600 15
(Cheryl gives the clue in front of a
blackboard with a triangle
drawn on it.
) Builders check for square by measuring 3 feet along one wall, 4 feet along another; this man from Samos said the two points should be 5 feet apart
    $1600 20
Here's a "tip": Read Debra Ginsberg's memoir of her career as this
    $1600 25
This term for a 16th century German musical guild member is in the title of an 1868 Wagner opera
    $1600 9
This Bronx-born businessman didn't become the full owner of the Dodgers until after they moved to L.A.
    $1600 4
1992:
"Non-Pardoned"
    $1600 29
(Alex delivers the clue from the National Constitution Center.) On loan from the National Archives, the National Constitution Center has the tools used one June night, 1972, at this site
    $2000 16
Completes the Hippocratic injunction "to help, or at least, to do..."
    DD: $2,000 21
With the Restoration, this feminine term became a permissible job in England in the 1660s
    $2000 26
(Sofia gives the clue sitting at the piano.) This type of scale gets its name from having 5 notes to the octave
    $2000 10
Born in the Bronx (not Rotterdam), Arthur Flegenheimer took this alias from an earlier Bronx gangster
    $2000 5
1932:
"Opulent Inn"
    $2000 30
(Alex delivers the clue from the National Constitution Center.) The name of one of the 3 dissenters to the U.S. Constitution has given us this word that signifies unorthodox political boundary realignment

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Dave Chuck
$7,600 $7,200 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
This title character was based on a man who bravely served the Guides regiment at the 1857 Siege of Delhi

Final scores:

Michael Dave Chuck
$15,199 $14,399 $15,201
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $15,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Dave Chuck
$9,000 $9,200 $8,200
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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