Show #4877 - Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Bill MacDonald game 1.

Contestants

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Bill MacDonald, an attorney from Bonita Springs, Florida

Jeanne McDougall, a communications consultant from San Diego, California

Michael Cramer, a graduate student from Virginia Beach, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
CLASSIC TV
AMERICAN WOMAN
PRESIDENTIAL FAST FACTS
A BEASTLY CATEGORY
RHYME TIME
    $200 1
In 1993 this country became a federal state with 3 regions: Flanders, Wallonia & one for the capital city
    $200 7
In 1952 the title character of this show asked, "Do you pop out at parties? Are you unpoopular?"
    $200 14
A dollar says you can't name this American heroine seen here
    $200 8
In September 2004 he had heart-bypass surgery
    $200 16
In a sensational 1980s police case in Australia, Lindy Chamberlain claimed one of these "took my baby!"
    $200 4
TIGI has a line of hair products called this, to give you that tousled, just woken up look
    $400 2
Ettelbruck, Luxembourg has a monument to this U.S. general known as "Old Blood and Guts"; he liberated it
    $400 23
This show's Rev. Jim: "What does a yellow light mean?"
"Slow down!"
"OK... what... does... a... yellow... light... mean?"
    $400 21
She was the "Plains" Jane seen here
    $400 9
In the 1970s he had the campaign slogan "He's making us proud again"
    $400 17
The Semites called an early version of the letter Q "qoph", their word for this tailed animal
    $400 13
Glow with nostalgia & name this brand seen here
    $600 3
In 447 A.D., Huns burned the town of Serdica, which stood on the site of this present-day Bulgarian capital
    $600 24
In 1985 this show's 200th episode set sail with Andy Warhol & had Teri Hatcher as a "mermaid"
    $600 22
This high-flying Atchison, Kansas native once remarked, "Women must try to do things as men have tried"
    $600 10
He was the first president to be inaugurated in Washington, D.C.
    $600 18
Starting in the 1950s, one of these animals emerged from the NYC subway in TV ads for Dreyfus mutual funds
    $600 15
This candy, taffy with a peanut butter center, comes in a yellow & black checkered wrapper
    $800 5
No doubt members of the European parliament enjoy some goose liver when they meet in this Alsatian city
    $800 25
Uh, sir, just one more thing... a 1971 episode of this drama was written by Steven Bochco & directed by Steven Spielberg
    $800 27
The American lady seen here, she knew all that jazz & more
    $800 11
He died in September 1881, 2 months after he was shot
    $800 19
Kumis, a national specialty of Kazakhstan, is the fermented milk of this animal
    $800 29
This kids' show features the colorful character seen here
    $1000 6
This Alpine principality is the HQ for some 25,000 corporations, & 40% of its workforce is foreign
    $1000 26
Sammy Davis, Jr. was asked, "Do you take cream & sugar in your eye?" appearing as himself on this '70s sitcom
    $1000 28
The former editor & Playboy bunny seen here, she spent time in India & learned about nonviolent activism
    DD: $1,200 12
He was the only 20th century president who didn't attend formal college
    $1000 20
(Jeff Probst reads from Guatemala.) Many Mayan temples and works of art were devoted to this cat, Panthera onca, revered as a god of the underworld
    $1000 30
Allen Ginsberg is said to have coined this phrase for the peaceful goals of the '60s counterculture

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

Michael Jeanne Bill
$1,200 -$600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jeanne Bill
$2,600 $0 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CRUSADES
AUSSIE ENTERTAINERS
SCULPTORS
GET A GRIP
ALSO A STATE CAPITAL
SOFT "G"
    $400 1
The Second Crusade's only success was the capture of this city, now Portugal's capital
    $400 8
Born in Hobart, he became a Hollywood swashbuckler but was undone by his "wicked, wicked ways"
    $400 3
This master's works include the Florentine Pieta, the St. Peter's Pieta, & the Rondanini Pieta
    $400 2
A strong grip may be compared to this clamping item that holds a piece in place for carpenters
    $400 13
English cliff site
    $400 20
A type of film, like Western or gangster, having similar elements of plot & character
    $800 18
This English king wed Berengaria in 1191 & went on a honeymoon of conquest & pillage in Cyprus
    $800 9
Naomi Watts is described in the press as the best friend of this Oscar-winning Aussie actress
    $800 4
In the 1950s this American known for his mobiles began to devote more time to stabiles such as "Ticket Window"
    $800 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows off a spray bottle of window cleaning fluid.) From its trigger & the way it fits in my hand, it's the term for this grip, even on a nonmenacing bottle of cleaning fluid
    $800 14
Indian tribe of the Great Plains
    $800 21
In Latin it means the guardian spirit of a place; in English it means someone of great talent & intelligence
    $1200 19
In April 1204 armies of the Fourth Crusade seized this city now part of Turkey
    $1200 10
Toddlers worship Greg, Murray, Jeff & Anthony, this singing & dancing quartet
    $1200 5
There are Lincoln sculptures by him at a Newark, N.J. courthouse, the Capitol Rotunda & Mt. Rushmore
    $1200 30
You grab pressure points in a fierce grip in Eagle Claw, a Shaolin type of this martial art
    $1200 15
Last name of Bob, who played Maynard G. Krebs
    DD: $4,000 22
Meaning "fitting" or "pertinent", it's a homophone of a famous pop quintet member
    $1600 25
Between the 4th & 5th Crusades came the one known as this in which thousands were sold into slavery or died
    $1600 11
This Sydney-born actress, now on U.S. TV, has sisters named Rosie, Lily, Daisy & Marigold
    $1600 6
His bronze equestrian monument to Gen. Gattamelata was sculpted in Padua between 1445 & 1450
    $1600 29
The everyday type of it is calcite; the type rock climbers use to get a grip is magnesium carbonate
    DD: $4,500 16
Another word for a peace treaty
    $1600 23
The lines & shapes on ancient Greek pottery like the item seen here gave the art of the period this name
    $2000 24
Crusaders brought back the Damson variety of this fruit from Damascus to plant in France
    $2000 12
Dave Navarro & Brooke Burke hosted the 2005 show "Rock Star", which aimed to get a new singer for this group
    $2000 7
This Greek's "Aphrodite of Cnidus" from 350 B.C. was the first classical portrayal of a nude goddess
    $2000 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew pretends to play ping-pong.) In table tennis, this grip named for the way you hold something else gives you a good forehand but an awkward backhand
    $2000 17
Plain where games were played in ancient Greece
    $2000 27
The blue type of this flower seen here is common in the Eastern U.S.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jeanne Bill
-$600 $5,200 $14,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY BOOKS
This 1972 book, a bestseller in 2005, begins, "We were somewhere around Barstow... when the drugs began to take hold"

Final scores:

Michael Jeanne Bill
-$600 $5,000 $18,199
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $18,199

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Jeanne Bill
$3,400 $6,400 $11,400
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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