Show #4404 - Thursday, October 30, 2003

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Contestants

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Lee Retzlaff, a retail salesperson from Pewee Valley, Kentucky

Alicen Nadal, an office manager from Richmond Hill, New York

John Lindquist, an attorney from Marietta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $43,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE HOLIDAYS
CONVERBS
NONPOTENT POTABLES
WHAT'S UP, DOC?
TV DETECTIVES
HOLMES & WATSON
    $200 6
LBJ's August 27 birthday is a holiday in this state
    $200 26
"Don't make something out of" this
    $200 1
The "new" formula for this soda was announced on April 23, 1985; the "classic" formula was back within 3 months
    $200 21
Stay out of brawls, because these spells of blackouts & confusion caused by blows are getting worse
    $200 13
A former homicide detective on "NYPD BLUE", he's now solving homicides on "CSI: Miami"
    $200 11
In 1980 he defended his heavyweight belt by taking on Muhammad Ali
    $400 7
Kentucky celebrates June 3 as Confederate Memorial Day; Florida celebrates it as this man's birthday
    $400 27
"Never answer a question until it is" this
    $400 2
This brand of "dry" ginger ale was created by pharmacist John J. McLaughlin in Toronto
    $400 22
You have hemolytic jaundice, caused by this organ's failure to process enough bilirubin
    $400 14
2/3 of this title team that debuted in 1976 were played by a former Wella Balsam model & a former Breck Girl
    $400 12
In 1971 he got a Psych degree from Stanford & joined the PGA
    $600 8
On January 8 Louisianans celebrate the Battle of this, not the Super Bowl
    $600 28
Not to nag, but "don't swap" these "in midstream"
    $600 3
In the '60s and '70s Anita Bryant told us it's "not just for breakfast anymore"
    DD: $2,200 23
Your aching jaw might be caused by bruxism, or doing this while you sleep
    $600 15
On NBC William Conrad played this stout detective -- Rex Stout
    $600 18
"Old Ironsides" author Oliver Wendell Holmes was one of this city's "Brahmins", a local group of intellectuals
    $800 9
September 12, this state's Defenders' Day, honors troops who held off the British in 1814
    $800 29
"You cannot sell the cow & have" this
    $800 4
Have a frosty mug of Mug, a brand of this soft drink, first produced in San Francisco in the early 1950s
    $800 24
We call that formication -- a symptom of menopause, it's the sensation of these crawling on you
    $800 16
City whose streets were the beat for the detectives in "Homicide: Life on the Street"
    $800 19
Homer Watson's line of work; Oscar Wilde called him "The Canadian Constable"
    $1000 10
September 16 is Cherokee Strip Day in this state (& no, there are no totem pole dancers)
    $1000 30
"You can't build" these "in the air & live in them"
    $1000 5
Herb Bishop named his soft drink Squirt because he thought it squirted this tangy citrus flavor
    $1000 25
You're at risk for peritonitis, so I'll perform this surgery, done 300,000 times a year in the U.S.
    $1000 17
In 1975 Tony Franciosa played this TV playboy detective played on film by Dean Martin
    $1000 20
This Watson wrote a book on "Behaviorism" back in 1925

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

John Alicen Lee
$1,800 $1,400 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Alicen Lee
$3,600 $3,600 $8,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

MISSION CONTROL
POP MUSIC
WHAT THE DICKENS!
CONGRESSIONAL HISTORY
"O" TOWN
PICK A NUMBER FROM 1 TO 10
    $400 26
(Video of Cheryl at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.) "Houston, we've had a problem" were the words this mission radioed back to Mission Control, April 13, 1970
    $400 1
The Bangles made their Top 40 debut with this song of weekday woe
    $400 20
It ends, "God bless us, every one!"
    $400 16
This cable network's gavel-to-gavel coverage of Congress began March 19, 1979
    $400 11
Offutt Air Force Base is on the outskirts of this large Nebraska city
    $400 6
In the U.S. the Great Lakes are a chain of this many lakes
    $800 27
2001's Genesis, like 1994's Wind, was sent up to study this "wind"
    $800 2
Producers Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards formed this group that showed us "Good Times"
    $800 21
"The Parish Boy's Progress" is the subtitle of this 1838 novel
    $800 17
He was a Democrat in 1957 when he set a 24-hour, 18-minute filibuster record
    $800 12
This state capital lies at the southernmost edge of Puget Sound
    $800 7
The cello & ukulele each have this number of strings
    $1200 28
(Video of Cheryl at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.) This Mission Control console was responsible for these first stages that launch the rockets
    $1200 3
In 2003 Eminem won an Oscar for this song from "8 Mile"
    DD: $3,000 22
This title character becomes a successful author & marries Dora Spenlow
    $1200 18
This Watergate Committee chair was on the Senate committee that recommended McCarthy's censure
    $1200 13
You'll find an international airport in this Paris suburb
    $1200 8
Forget about stretching at a softball game; they normally only last this many innings
    $1600 29
Denmark's Orsted Satellite, launched in 1999, mapped this field around the Earth
    $1600 4
This Temptations song says, "When it's cold outside, I've got the month of May"
    $1600 23
Nell Trent's grandfather runs the title establishment at the opening of this novel
    DD: $2,000 19
When this group, the CBC, was founded in 1971, it aimed for 10% of the House to be African-American -- not there yet
    $1600 14
It's home to Sing Sing prison, bub
    $1600 9
A play by George Kaufman & Edna Ferber set "Dinner at" this hour
    $2000 30
Launched back in 1997, the Cassini-Huygens Satellite should reach this planet in July 2004
    $2000 5
This Aerosmith power ballad says, "Sing with me, sing for the years, sing for the laughter, sing for the tears"
    $2000 24
He takes Charles Darnay's place at the scaffold in "A Tale of Two Cities"
    $2000 25
In 1989 scandal forced this House speaker from Texas to resign -- that was a first
    $2000 15
This Florida city of about 5,000 is just north of the large lake with which it shares its name
    $2000 10
If playing Sir John Falstaff is your life, you've got a total of this many plays by Shakespeare you can appear in

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Alicen Lee
$13,600 $4,800 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LATIN LINGO
From the Latin for "how much", it's an indivisible physical amount

Final scores:

John Alicen Lee
$5,599 $8,801 $7,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $8,801 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Alicen Lee
$13,600 $4,800 $11,800
18 R,
1 W
10 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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