Show #4666 - Monday, December 13, 2004

Contestants

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David Davalos, a playwright from New York, New York

Snow Tempest, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Robert Bowsher, a software engineer from Hilliard, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

JOURNALISM
PEOPLE ON THE MAP
THE LIBERTY BELL
DON WE NOW OUR GUY APPAREL
PRESIDENTIAL MIDDLE NAMES
RHYME TIME
    $200 1
Screamer & banner are synonyms for one type of this
    $200 7
He wrote the songs "There's No Business Like Show Business" & "White Christmas"
    $200 18
This part of the bell is 3 feet, 2 inches long
    $200 16
The 2 numbers on a man's dress shirt, 16/34 for example, are usually measurments of these 2 things
    $200 22
Howard
    $200 3
One-word name of a portable dwelling of native Americans, especially on the great plains
    $400 2
(I'm Aaron Brown of CNN.) This 5-letter word is slang for an exclusive news story acquired before one's competitors
    $400 12
This Los Angeles Lakers star with 3 championship rings speaks fluent Italian
    $400 24
The quote on the bell, "proclaim liberty throughout all the land", comes from this third book of the Bible
    $400 17
Bunny Austin shocked the tennis world when he wore these competing at Forest Hills in 1932
    $400 23
Ulysses (originally)
    $400 8
The title of this Dr. Seuss book is evident from the illustration seen here
    $600 4
It's the area assigned to a reporter for regular coverage; policemen walk them, too
    $600 13
He was nominated for an Emmy for his role as Buddy Sorrell on "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
    $600 28
From 1948 through 1963 this U.S. coin depicted the Liberty Bell on its reverse side
    $600 19
The name of this wide sash popular in men's formal wear comes from the Urdu for "waistband"
    $600 25
Gamaliel
    $600 9
Varieties of this brand of seasoned coating mix from Kraft include Tangy Honey Glaze & Original Pork
    $800 5
(Hi, I'm Bob Woodward.) A popular expression says that "a good reporter never reveals" this, & I'll be the first to agree
    $800 14
Among the many larger-than-life characters he created are Captain Wolf Larsen & Buck the sled dog
    $800 29
On the inscription, "Pennsylvania" is misspelled, omitting this letter
    $800 20
Popular as a fabric for men's pants, this ribbed fabric's name may derive from the French for "cloth of the king"
    $800 26
Knox
    $800 10
To tell someone to relax, you can use the slang phrase "take a" this rhyming pharmaceutical term
    $1000 6
It's the term for the first paragraph in a news story; a feature may have a delayed or indirect one
    $1000 15
This British-born actor has starred in "Cabaret", Logan's Run" & "Austin Powers"
    $1000 30
In 1893 the Liberty Bell was on exhibit at the Columbian Exposition in this city
    $1000 21
(Hi, I'm Tucker Carlson of CNN's Crossfire.) Among the many influential men to wear bow ties is this great Spanish poet & author of "The House of Bernarda Alba"
    DD: $2,400 27
Rudolph
    $1000 11
At many Starbucks you can surf the Internet cordless with this type of rhyming computer network card

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

Robert Snow David
$6,400 $1,400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Snow David
$9,400 $0 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
MAYBE YOU HAVE TO BE A NUCLEAR PHYSICIST
THE VEGETABLE GARDEN
I CAN SEE YOUR HOUSE FROM HERE!
18th CENTURY QUOTES
WHERE DO YOU GET "OFF"?
    $400 16
After winning Best Supporting Actress for "Kramer vs. Kramer", she left her statuette in the ladies' room
    $400 3
An atom of this No. 2 element has an alpha particle as its nucleus
    $400 1
Slicing ones are harvested when they're about 7 inches long, pickling ones at 1 1/2 to 3 inches
    $400 30
From Venezuela's Mount Avila, you can see the presidential palace in this city
    $400 11
On Nov. 10, 1770 Voltaire wrote, "If God did not exist, it would be necessary to" do this
    $400 21
In this film, Lou Gossett Jr. drills Richard Gere & Debra Winger thrills Richard Gere
    $800 17
Timothy Hutton won a 1980 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for this film directed by Robert Redford
    $800 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands at a blackboard.) In the familiar atomic symbol, the dots represent these little guys
    $800 2
This type of bean is said to be foolproof for gardeners, which makes sense as its name means something easy
    $800 29
From Grouse Mountain, you'll B.C.-ing a panorama of this big city on a peninsula
    $800 12
In this pamphlet Thomas Paine said, government "is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one"
    $800 22
In fiscal 2000 over a billion dollars was wagered at New York City's OTB outlets, OTB standing for this
    $1200 18
Paddy Chayefsky won an Oscar for his very first screenplay--this 1955 Ernest Borgnine film
    $1200 6
Pions are a type of these "rays" from outer space that enter the Earth's atmosphere
    $1200 5
Long-day onions form this, the rounded, edible part, during long summer days in the northern U.S.
    DD: $3,000 26
"Vulcan", the U.S.A.'s largest cast-iron statue, is seen here, looking down on this Southern city
    $1200 13
In this work Adam Smith wrote, "Consumption is the sole end and purpose of all production"
    $1200 23
Inked impressions are transferred onto paper from another surface in this printing method
    $1600 19
The rumor that her acceptance speech for "Mrs. Miniver" ran over an hour is untrue; actually it was about 7 minutes
    $1600 7
In the center of stars, the hot version of this process is going on; a cold version is still a dream
    $1600 9
Insulated from cold, carrots, parsnips & other veggies classified as these have a long growing season
    $1600 28
The Chapel of the Ascension is on this mount that overlooks Jerusalem's old city
    $1600 14
When asked whether we had a republic or a monarchy, Ben Franklin gave this 7-word reply
    $1600 24
It describes an investment based in a foreign country so its owner laughs at the IRS
    DD: $1,800 20
Her 2 acting Oscars for "The Sin of Madelon Claudet" & "Airport" were 39 years apart
    $2000 8
This type of agreement must be adhered to; this type of energy is required to keep a nucleus together
    $2000 10
There's nothing like a vine-ripened one of these, perhaps the vineripe variety
    $2000 27
The view of Rio seen here is from this mountain
    $2000 15
When this Prussian king died on August 17, 1786, his last words were "I am tired of ruling over slaves"
    $2000 25
Something expected to happen soon is "in" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Snow David
$21,000 $3,400 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS HISTORY
Last names of the 2 men, both engineers, who met & formed a partnership at England's Midland Hotel in May 1904

Final scores:

Robert Snow David
$27,000 $3,000 $3,999
2-day champion: $33,399 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Robert Snow David
$21,000 $7,600 $8,400
29 R,
2 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,000

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