Show #4977 - Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Contestants

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Dan Lee, a training officer from Las Vegas, Nevada

Kathy Lisiewicz, a project coordinator from Los Angeles, California

William Lee, a software engineer from South San Francisco, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $62,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHURCHES & CATHEDRALS
SUPER BOWL MVPs
WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY
MR. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON
TAKE A HIKE
"BO" KNOWS
    $200 3
This Boston landmark contains the first set of church bells in the American colonies
    $200 8
The first 2-time MVP (for the first 2 Super Bowls) was this team's Bart Starr
    $200 1
In 1946 Del Harder of this auto co. coined the term "automation" to describe the way its engines were assembled
    $200 19
Fort Dix is in this state's 4th District, repped by Chris Smith, who was elected to Congress at age 27
    $200 14
There's good hiking at several stops on this country's mountainous Chihuahua al Pacifico train
    $200 24
Examples include the scaphoid & the scapula
    $400 4
The name of this Byzantine church in Istanbul is Greek for "holy wisdom"
    $400 9
In Super Bowl XXXIII this Bronco won his first MVP award in the last year of his 16-year career
    $400 2
In 1995 Wells Fargo became the first bank whose customers could securely view their accounts here
    $400 20
William French Smith, who held this post, 1981-1985, had a key role in putting the 1st woman on the Supreme Court
    $400 15
The Otter Trail on the coast of this country's Western Cape Province may be booked up a year ahead
    $400 25
Charon's job on the River Styx
    DD: $1,000 5
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reads from beside a stained glass window.) John Petts, who illustrated many Dylan Thomas poems, designed this gift to the 16th Street Baptist Church, from the people of this country
    $600 10
This Steelers wide receiver didn't need 57 reasons to be named Super Bowl XL's MVP in 2006
    $600 13
A hydroelectric power plant at this U.S. landmark opened in 1881
    $600 21
In 1996 Gordon Smith lost to Ron Wyden to replace Bob Packwood as a Sen. from this state; now they serve together
    $600 16
In 1923 the first path designated part of this trail opened in New York's Bear Mountain State Park
    $600 26
Bo Derek knows it's a Spanish dance in triple time
    $800 6
Her Angelus Temple, which was completed in L.A. in 1923, was said to look like a giant spaceship
    $800 11
In Super Bowl XXI this team's Phil Simms came up big by completing 88% of his passes
    $800 22
Tom Scholz of the band Boston invented an amplifier that worked like a Walkman & called it this
    $800 29
Washington's 9th District is represented by this man, who has the same name as a certain economist
    $800 17
If this European country's mountains are forbidding, try hiking in its famed valley the Engadine
    $800 27
The unit of currency of Venezuela
    $1000 7
The National Cathedral in Washington is officially known as the cathedral church of these two saints
    $1000 12
After a last-second Colts FG in Super Bowl V, this team's Chuck Howley became the first MVP from a losing team
    $1000 23
Put pulped cellulose fiber mixed with water & fillers into a Fourdrinier machine & it comes out as this
    $1000 30
Parts of Comal, Hays & Travis Counties make up the 21st District of this state's Rep. Lamar Smith
    $1000 18
Germany's 104-mile Rennsteig meanders through the Thuringer Wald, or Thuringian this
    $1000 28
In Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Part 2" Mistress Quickly is the hostess of this tavern

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

William Kathy Dan
-$600 $600 -$1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

William Kathy Dan
$2,400 $4,600 -$600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ROCKET MAN
CANDLE IN THE WIND
I'M STILL STANDIN'
(Alex: You have to tell us which literary character is still alive at the end of the work.)
CROCODILE ROCK
CIRCLE OF LIFE
(Alex: ...and in this category, each correct response will be made up of the letters in the word "circle".)
ELTON JOHN
    $400 1
"First Man" is a 2005 biography of this quiet Ohioan
    $400 9
This cord can be impregnated with inorganic salt solutions & dried prior to molding into candles
    $400 4
In "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest":
Randle McMurphy,
Chief Bromden,
Billy Bibbit
    $400 16
The American crocodile is very rare & can only be found naturally in the southern part of this state
    $400 22
Enchantress who made Odysseus' men pig-headed
    $400 21
The 1997 version of "Candle In The Wind" honored Princess Diana; the original version was about her
    $800 2
Apollo 8 astronauts Borman, Lovell & Anders were the first men to make this circuit & they made 10 of them
    $800 10
Candles can be made of animal fat or this nonglycerine substance used as early as 3000 B.C.
    $800 5
In "The Iliad":
Hector,
Agamemnon,
Patroclus
    $800 17
Crocodiles are unique among reptiles in that they have 4-chambered ones of these organs
    $800 23
Last name of the lyricist who worked with Andrew Lloyd Webber
    $800 27
Elton's 1982 song "Empty Garden (Hey Hey Johnny)" was a tribute to this slain man
    $1200 3
"I wouldn't touch" the space station's antenna "with" this, but in 1998 that's what Jerry Ross used to fix it
    $1200 11
Meaning "offered" or "dedicated", it's the type of candle seen here
    $1200 6
In "Beowulf":
Grendel,
Beowulf,
Wiglaf
    $1200 18
Crikey! This man's made quite a career as the unconventional "Crocodile Hunter"
    DD: $2,700 24
Its name is from the Middle English for "an object of religious veneration"
    $1200 28
A 1982 Elton John song says "Baby's got" these, the song's title, "holding back the tears"
    DD: $2,500 14
In 1980 Soyuz 38 carried the first Hispanic man in space, Arnaldo Tamayo-Mendez of this country
    $1600 12
From Latin for "barely connected", this solid white substance is water-insoluble & can precede "oil"
    $1600 7
In "Othello":
Iago,
Othello,
Desdemona
    $1600 19
The god Sobek of this ancient culture was often depicted as a crocodile wearing a headdress
    $1600 25
To cause annoyance or ire
    $1600 29
This man "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" a harmonica solo for Elton's song "I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues"
    $2000 15
In 2004 Binnie & Melvill piloted SpaceShipOne on the 2 flights that captured this alphabetic $10 million prize
    $2000 13
We'd know the type of candle seen here from this "to post"
    $2000 8
In "Les Miserables":
Fantine,
Cosette,
Jean Valjean
    $2000 20
This term for a freshwater crocodile of India sounds like a thief who robs someone in a public place
    $2000 26
In many fantasy role-playing games, it's a healing class
    $2000 30
Completes the apt title of Elton's 1973 album "Don't Shoot Me I'm Only..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

William Kathy Dan
$6,000 $14,200 $2,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE EARLY 1900s
These 2 nations fought a war on neither nation's soil; the decisive battle came at present-day Shen-Yang

Final scores:

William Kathy Dan
$6,300 $16,200 $300
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $16,200 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

William Kathy Dan
$6,000 $14,200 $5,600
11 R,
3 W
18 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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