Show #4858 - Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Contestants

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Susan Klak, a teacher from Plainfield, Illinois

Jeff Pandin, a history teacher from Alexandria, Virginia

Diane Mettam, a pastor from Independence, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

"O" TOWN
TENNIS, ANYONE?
COMMON BONDS
AVIATION FIRSTS
THE SMALL STUFF
ENDS WITH 2 VOWELS
    $200 3
This city's Sentinel newspaper carries heavy coverage of "Magic" events
    $200 11
In 1993 he was ranked the world's No. 1 tennis player; he "re-peted" as No. 1 5 more years
    $200 16
Stuffed,
deep dish,
New York
    $200 26
Admiral Byrd gave navigational training to him prior to his historic 1927 transatlantic solo flight
    $200 1
The smallest exhibited animal in NYC's Central Park Zoo is the leaf-cutter type of this
    $200 21
It's a type of one-room apartment, or the facility you're in right now
    $400 4
You'll find Jack London Square in this California metropolis
    $400 12
In 1999 she won the U.S. Open, becoming the first African-American woman since 1958 to win a Grand Slam singles title
    $400 17
Answering,
dictating,
pinball
    $400 27
On August 28, 1884 John Montgomery made the first manned flight of one of these engineless planes at Otay, Calif.
    $400 2
Blake wrote, "To see a world in" this much sand "and a heaven in a wild flower"
    $400 22
This French export has been dubbed "the king of cheeses"
    $600 5
With the help of a teenager, French forces ended the long, bloody siege of this city in May 1429
    $600 13
Before she was stabbed in the back on April 30, 1993, she had won an amazing 32 singles titles in less than 5 years
    $600 18
Argus,
Goliath,
Gargantua
    $600 28
In 1783 Pilatre de Rozier became the first to fly in one of these
    $600 8
(Kelly of the Clue Crew spoons out some slimy black fish eggs into a Petri dish in the chemistry lab.)
As opposed to beluga or ossetra, this type of caviar has the tiniest eggs, with about 2,500 per ounce
    $600 23
Hyphenated name for the style of music heard here
    $800 6
It's a village next to Chicago or a city next to Detroit
    $800 14
Jimmy Connors won a record 109 men's singles titles; this Czech is No. 2 with 94
    $800 19
A record,
a deck of cards,
an umbilical cord
    $800 29
The first major flight over water was by Glenn Curtiss, who flew over this lake from Cleveland to Sandusky in 1910
    $800 9
A speck, as of dust; Jesus asks how you can see one in someone else's eye but not notice the beam in your own eye
    $800 24
Heinz Holliger is a well-known player of this double-reed wind instrument
    $1000 7
Every 10 years the residents of this German village put on a passion play as they have since 1634
    $1000 15
In 2004 this Russian-born woman won the Wimbledon singles title
    $1000 20
A mug,
a briefcase,
a CBer
    $1000 30
The 1st full-scale wind tunnel for testing planes was introduced at Langley Research Center in this state in 1931
    $1000 10
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a hair under a magnifying glass in the chemistry lab.) This technology of endless possibilities has been defined as using structures less than one-thousandth the width of a hair
    DD: $1,500 25
A basilica in this northeastern Italian city contains the tomb of Saint Anthony

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

Diane Jeff Susan
-$1,600 $2,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Jeff Susan
$600 $5,000 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE SEVENTH SEAL
(Alex: Sounds biblical, doesn't it?)
SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE
THE SERPENT'S EGG
PERSONA
HOUR OF THE "WOLF"
INGMAR BERGMAN
    $400 16
The seventh planet from the Sun
    $400 1
Prince Andrei is contemptuous of his silly society girl wife Lise in this Tolstoy epic
    $400 23
Most snake moms abandon their eggs, but the female of this "regal" venomous species builds a nest & stays
    $400 6
This woman scientist named a new phenomenon "radioactivity"
    $400 11
Puck or Mozart
    $400 18
No relation, she earned an Oscar nomination under Ingmar Bergman's direction in 1978's "Autumn Sonata"
    DD: $3,000 17
The seventh month of the calendar in first-century Rome
    $800 2
Elinor Dashwood finally marries Edward Ferrars in an autumn wedding at the end of this Austen novel
    $800 24
A python doesn't need to see or smell its prey; the pit organs in its head detect this given off by its victims
    $800 7
In 1609 this English explorer sailed for the Dutch in the Halve Maen
    $800 12
It's the politically incorrect noise heard here
    $800 20
Bergman went into exile after a traumatic arrest for this in 1976
    $1200 19
Heard here, it was The Beatles' seventh U.S. No. 1 hit single
    $1200 3
Dorothea Brooke makes a serious mistake when she marries Edward Casaubon in her novel "Middlemarch"
    $1200 25
The death adder, Acanthophis antarcticus, is actually from this continent where most snakes are poisonous
    $1200 8
He published the results of his ink-blot tests in 1921's "Psycho-Diagnostics"
    $1200 13
This park for the performing arts is found in Virginia just outside of Washington, D.C.
    $1600 21
The seventh-largest island in the world, it's home to Mt. Fuji
    $1600 4
In this novel, Cathy Earnshaw admits, "I've no more business to marry Edgar Linton, than I have to be in heaven"
    $1600 27
The pose of the water moccasin seen here shows why it has this other name
    $1600 9
He was the third & favorite son of King David
    $1600 14
He's the noted defense thinker seen here
    $2000 22
The Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees your right to this
    $2000 5
In "Vanity Fair" this poor, scheming girl secretly marries Rawdon Crawley, who is then disinherited
    $2000 26
There are 4 species of these dangerous African snakes: 1 black, 3 green
    $2000 10
President Loubet pardoned this Army captain in 1899
    $2000 15
Of the genus Aconitum, this poisonous garden plant is sometimes used medicinally
    $2000 28
In Swedish Bergman's 1982 film is "Fanny Och Alexander" & this harrowing 1972 film, "Viskningar och rop"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Jeff Susan
$3,600 $15,000 $5,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN POLITICS
Elected in 1916, she was the subject of a 1995 biography called "Bright Star in the Big Sky"

Final scores:

Diane Jeff Susan
$100 $18,000 $4,100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Jeff Susan
$6,600 $15,000 $7,200
12 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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