Show #4987 - Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Doug Dorst game 4.

Contestants

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Gigi Gilman, a homemaker and attorney from Seattle, Washington

Theo Caldwell, an investment adviser from Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Doug Dorst, a writer and professor from Austin, Texas (whose 3-day cash winnings total $66,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

18th CENTURY AMERICA
NFL COACHES
LEGENDARY LEGENDS
WHAT KIND OF FOWL AM I?
COLOGNE RANGER
TAUNT "O"
    $200 11
His wife Abigail wrote to him in a 1776 letter, "Remember the ladies... all men would be tyrants if they could"
    $200 1
In the 1990s Marv Levy led this team to 4 straight Super Bowl appearances
    $200 12
Legend says if you run unto the ghost of the pirate Blackbeard, he may be hard to recognize, as he's missing this
    $200 21
Snow,
Mother
or
Canada
    $200 26
In 1932 one of these speed limit-less German expressways opened between Cologne & Bonn
    $200 6
By its isolated nature, your last original thought might be considered one of these children without parents
    $400 17
In 1792 Robert Thomas founded this almanac that contained useful weather info; the "Old" was added later
    $400 2
In 2004 LSU coach Nick Saban was tapped to be the new head coach for this team
    $400 13
A legendary sailor of the Incas shares his name with this raft on which Thor Heyerdahl sailed the Pacific
    $400 22
Rock Cornish game hen
or
Rhode Island Red
    $400 27
Founded in Cologne, this German airline really took off in 1953
    $400 7
Being around you has completely killed my sense of this, the tendency to expect the best of life
    $600 18
In 1796 he said that the U.S. should "steer clear of permanent alliances" in foreign policy
    $600 3
Of current head coaches, this reigning Super Bowl champ has the longest consecutive tenure with 1 team
    $600 14
A legend about this "Irish" group is that they are the descendants of shipwrecked sailors of the Spanish Armada
    $600 23
Golden
or
ring-necked
    $600 28
Taking nearly 600 years to complete, Cologne Cathedral is the largest in this style in Northern Europe
    $600 8
At your place of work, it might behoove us to replace you with one of these Pongo pygmaeus apes of Borneo
    $800 19
On Dec. 26, 1776 Americans killed Col. Johann Rall & captured about 1,000 Hessian troops in this battle
    $800 4
The Raiders rehired this man in 2006, 17 years after making him the first black head coach in the modern NFL
    $800 15
Marshall Gold Discovery State Hist. Park is in this county that shares its name with a legendary city of gold
    $800 24
Red-shouldered
or
red-tailed
    DD: $1,600 29
The Zoo Bridge spans this river that runs through Cologne
    $800 9
When you try to make a point, you flail around like one of these mollusks with 8 limbs
    $1000 20
These 85 essays arguing for adoption of the Constitution appeared between October 27, 1787 & May 28, 1788
    $1000 5
He spent his entire 29-year NFL head coaching career with one team
    $1000 16
A modern urban legend says the USS Eldridge disappeared in this city's Navy yard in a 1943 "Experiment"
    $1000 25
The blackcock
or
the ruffed
    $1000 30
Born in Cologne in 1876, he was the first chancellor of West Germany following World War II
    $1000 10
After a wrong response, we may need to use one of these cathode-ray "scopes" to check for brain activity

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Doug Theo Gigi
$4,200 $1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Theo Gigi
$6,600 $4,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ROMANOV DYNASTY
TONY WINNERS OF THE '50s
LITERARY SISTERS
DANCE IN THE DICTIONARY
THE BODY WOMAN
VERBS
    $400 11
The Romanov dynasty was named in honor of Roman Yurievich, whose daughter married this "horrifying" czar
    $400 26
Cyril Ritchard hooked a 1955 Tony for playing Captain Hook in this musical
    $400 21
In this Tennessee Williams play, Tom Wingfield brings a gentleman caller home to meet his crippled sister Laura
    $400 16
We've got Bud & Amstel Light in bottles, or Sam Adams "on" this syncopated style
    $400 1
Women have this piece of thyroid cartilage, too; it's just smaller than a man's & may be under more fat
    $400 6
4-syllable synonym for "to count", from Latin for "to count"
    $800 12
One bio of this "Great" czar says he carried dental instruments around with him because he loved to pull teeth
    $800 27
Bloody Mary was the girl the Tonys loved in 1950, when Juanita Hall won for playing her in this musical
    $800 22
In "Gone with the Wind", Scarlett O'Hara marries Charles Hamilton & Ashley Wilkes marries her, Charles' sister
    $800 17
If you wash your hair in the sink, you might have to deal with this heavy-shoed dance
    $800 2
Estrogen & progesterone are hormones produced by these glands
    $800 7
This word for a type of running is from a word meaning "jump", & it's a talent that long jumpers need to get distance
    $1200 13
At Oranienbaum, this ruler who certainly loved her thrills had a "sliding hill", an 18th c. version of a roller coaster
    DD: $200 28
Gertrude Lawrence won in 1952 for playing the title pronoun in this Rodgers & Hammerstein musical
    $1200 23
Meg's the oldest of the sisters in this family; Amy, the youngest
    $1200 18
It was established as a cyclic form by Vienna's Josef Lanner; you think you can do this dance in here & order us around?
    $1200 3
A fertilized egg travels to this female body part & implants itself there
    $1200 8
You can fluff pillows or do this, also meaning "chubby"
    $1600 14
All 3 of the Romanov czars named Alexander reigned during this century
    $1600 29
In 1953 Thomas Mitchell won for the musical "Hazel Flagg" & this future TV "Hazel" won for "Time of the Cuckoo"
    DD: $3,000 24
While in a cataleptic trance, Roderick's sister Madeline is buried alive in this Poe story
    $1600 19
This centuries-old English dance "was up" for the bank robber when the cops arrived
    $1600 4
Location of the zygomatic bones; fashion models may have prominent ones
    $1600 9
Appropriate last name of Captain William of 18th century Virginia, who promoted vigilante justice
    $2000 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Peterhof in St. Petersburg, Russia.) On August 12, 1904, Russia rejoiced when Empress Alexandra gave birth to this child, her only son, here on the estate at Peterhof
    $2000 30
This redhead won 4 Tonys in the '50s, for "Can-Can", "Damn Yankees", "New Girl in Town" & "Redhead"
    $2000 25
Holden Caulfield tells this little sister that he wants to be a "catcher in the rye" to keep kids from falling
    $2000 20
Our team won 55-0--you could call it this 19th century African-American dance
    $2000 5
When a woman's "water breaks" in labor, the "water" is this fluid
    $2000 10
As a verb, this British nationality means to put an end to something abruptly

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Theo Gigi
$12,600 $10,800 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MOVIE DIRECTORS
He's the only person to direct his daughter & his father in Oscar-winning performances

Final scores:

Doug Theo Gigi
$3,599 $7,800 $13,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $13,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Theo Gigi
$12,600 $10,000 $9,800
17 R,
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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