Show #4843 - Wednesday, October 5, 2005

Jason Richards game 3.

Contestants

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Justin Porter, a landscaper from Charleston, South Carolina

Caren Chancey, a graduate student from Baltimore, Maryland

Jason Richards, a pharmacy technician from Old Town, Maine (whose 2-day cash winnings total $55,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

FORT SUMTER
A BOBBLEHEAD CATEGORY
THE NOT-SO-DEADLY SINS
INTERNATIONAL ROAD VEHICLE STICKERS
BRANDS
ASTRONOMICAL RHYME TIME
    $200 6
After the South took it, the fort endured a 15-mo. siege, reinforcing its walls, symbolically, with bales of this
    $200 21
The bobbleheaded character seen here plays a pivotal role in this horrific film series
    $200 7
Women will curse thee if this bathroom object is left in the up position
    $200 30
The Portuguese were the first Europeans to enter this country
    $200 16
This city precedes "Fog" in the name of a brand of raincoats
    $200 1
Any song about Earth's natural satellite
    $400 12
The "Civil War Dictionary" says this "developer of modern baseball" "aimed the first gun fired in defense of Ft. Sumter"
    $400 22
Dude, in the 1970s, this comedy team was smokin'
    $400 8
To capitalize all text in an email is an abomination that signifies the person is doing this
    $400 29
It first achieved independence in 1821
    $400 17
Ironically, commercials using a toy bunny to advertise this brand weren't meant to "keep going"
    $400 2
Red planet pubs
    $600 13
On Dec. 27, 1860 Major Robert Anderson raised the stakes when he raised a 36- by 20-foot one of these
    $600 23
You'll be my Little Buddy when you name this actor depicted here
    $600 9
God's grace will shine on mealtime when this is put on a lap, not tucked into one's collar
    $600 28
Most of its people are Sunni Muslims
    $600 18
This brand name was first put on sacks of generic "self-rising pancake flour" around 1890
    $600 3
Space telescope problem
    $800 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the waters of Charleston, SC.) In January 1861, this president tried to relieve Ft. Sumter with a supply ship, but it was turned back, & the stage was set
    $800 24
On the late-'70s TV series that featured the big guy seen here, he was played by this big man
    $800 10
The Kingdom of Heaven will be thine, even to those who remove the tags from this signature Serta product
    $800 27
At one time, it consisted of several independent kingdoms, including Ganja & Ashanti
    $800 19
Say bonjour, kitty to this faux French clothing brand with a leaping feline as its logo
    $800 4
Comet discoverer Edmond's narrow lanes
    DD: $1,500 15
3 decades after the Civil War, fear of this European enemy prompted the building of a new battery; it was never used
    $1000 25
Pleasant dreams--it's the full name of this character who repeats his mayhem across multiple movies
    $1000 11
Thou shalt not wear white shoes from Labor Day til this holiday first officially observed in 1868
    $1000 26
The most common language there, after Spanish, is Guarani
    $1000 20
This company's first washing machines were "So simple, a child could do it"
    $1000 5
One who determines the age of meteorite impact holes

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

Jason Caren Justin
$2,600 $300 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Caren Justin
$5,000 $1,300 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

VILLES DE FRANCE
(Alex: We want you to name the movie for...)
JANE FONDA FILM ROLES
THE "S" FILES
FAMOUS PAINTERS
HEALTH CARE
DR. FAUST WILL SEE YOU NOW
    $400 4
This Mediterranean port is France's second-largest city (& something to sing about)
    $400 6
Viola Fields, Mom to J. Lo's fiance
    $400 1
Sawbones is Old West slang for this profession
    $400 29
"Monet Working on His Boat in Argenteuil" was an 1874 work by this similarly named master
    $400 16
Serving the poor, it's the nation's largest public health insurance program
    $400 21
In the 1587 "Faust-Book", the doc has a son with this famed beauty of ancient times
    $800 5
The dagger stuck on the end of a rifle may have been developed in & named for this French town
    $800 10
A sexy "queen of the galaxy"
    $800 2
This masculine first name, also a world capital, is Spanish for "Saint James"
    $800 30
Although her hands were crippled with arthritis, she began painting in oils in 1938 at age 77
    $800 17
London's Hospital for Tropical Diseases focuses on this mosquito-spread illness that kills millions yearly
    $800 22
Devilish name of the last movement of Liszt's "Faust Symphony"
    $1200 7
Loire Valley castle t--uh, excursions can begin in this capital of the Indre-et-Loire Department
    $1200 13
TV reporter Kimberly Wells
    $1200 3
Let's toast this word for an often day-long seminar; it's from the Greek for "to drink together"
    $1200 28
In 1929, a year before his most famous work, this Iowan painted his mother in "Woman with Plants"
    $1200 18
This term for an artificial limb comes from the Greek for "to add"
    $1200 23
He wrote a 1947 novel about a German composer whose masterpiece is "The Lamentation of Doctor Faustus"
    $1600 8
In a 1964 Jacques Demy film we saw "Les Parapluies de" this English Channel city
    $1600 14
V.A. hospital volunteer Sally Hyde
    $1600 11
The Mars Pathfinder carried this famous "Rover"--& that's the truth
    $1600 27
Alfred Stieglitz discovered her drawings & exhibited them in 1916 while she was teaching art in the south
    $1600 19
It's the AL in ALFA, an association of communities for seniors who don't quite need nursing homes
    $1600 24
The Metropolitan Opera was once known as the "Faustspielhaus", since it played this Frenchman's "Faust" so often
    DD: $6,000 9
The Papal Palace is a landmark in this capital of the Vaucluse Department
    $2000 15
Playwright Lillian Hellman
    $2000 12
The British East India Company was abolished after this Indian rebellion broke out in 1857
    DD: $5,000 26
This Venetian's "Assumption of the Virgin" of 1516-18 is known for the vivid red of the virgin's robe
    $2000 20
Per USA Today, from 1985-2000 these doctors with a 2-part specialty paid the most malpractice claims
    $2000 25
Marlowe's Faustus uses this magic power to snatch things from the hands of the astonished pope

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Caren Justin
$23,800 $11,500 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RECORD SETTERS
On August 6 & 7, 1961, Gherman Titov did this 17 times; the previous record was one

Final scores:

Jason Caren Justin
$23,100 $10,001 $5,000
3-day champion: $78,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Caren Justin
$19,800 $10,000 $5,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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