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    $400 6
One of the 2 "Four" groups that entered the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990
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Show #4520 - Friday, April 9, 2004

Scott Renzoni game 2.

Contestants

Michael Memberg, a bankruptcy clerk at a law firm from Chamblee, Georgia

Deborah White, a marketing manager from Woodstock, Georgia

Scott Renzoni, a bartender and actor from Burlington, Vermont (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $28,398)

Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY EUROPE
FOOD FRANCHISE HISTORY
WHAT AILS YOU?
PENCIL, PEN OR SWORD
2-LETTER ABBREV.
(Alex: And you must respond with the abbreviation, not the full word.)
(Alex: And finally, a tribute to our announcer...)
JOHNNY GILBERT, THIS IS YOUR LIFE
    $200 1
Dostoyevsky's museum in this capital is in his family's home at the hospital where his father was a doctor
    $200 6
This fast food chain founded in Miami in 1954 claims to be 1st to offer indoor seating & that's no Whopper
    $200 26
Don't ignore that tenderness in the right lower abdomen--this useless organ could rupture if untreated
    $200 11
A swashbuckler was known for his use of one of these
    $200 17
Hey Joe! It's informal for a U.S. soldier
    $200 16
Johnny was born in this Southern state, as were 8 U.S. presidents
    $400 2
This author hung out at Les Deux Magots in Paris, & wrote of drinking there with James Joyce in "A Movable Feast"
    $400 7
This Subway rival dates back to a toasted sub shop opened in 1981 at 13th & Grant in Denver
    $400 27
Are you always cold & tired? Have you gained some weight that you can't get rid of? This gland could be underactive
    $400 12
According to a proverb, the one "mightier" than one of the others
    $400 18
IBM introduced it in 1981; now more than half of all U.S. homes have one
    $400 22
Johnny lent his skills to both the 1950s version & the current Bob Barker version of this show
    $600 3
August Strindberg's last home, in a building called "The Blue Tower", is now a museum in this capital
    $600 8
It began with a parlor opened in Wichita, Kansas in 1958; sold to Pepsi in 1977, it added stuffed crust in 1995
    $600 30
Does pain radiate down the back of your leg? It could be this condition, named for the largest nerve in the body
    $600 13
Geek neck size
    $600 19
It's the room in school where they usually keep equipment like cassette recorders & slide projectors
    $600 23
Johnny played a nightclub emcee in the 1961 film where this title female teenager "Goes Hawaiian"
    $800 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Caffe Florian in Venice, Italy.) "I have not known any happier hours than those I daily spent in front of Florian's", wrote this U.S. author in "A Tramp Abroad"
    $800 9
Opening its first soft serve store in Joliet, Illinois in 1940, its Blizzard didn't hit until 1985
    $800 29
Low fever, wrist swelling & carpal tunnel syndrome? The finger joints might be affected by this kind of arthritis
    $800 14
The one a scrivener normally wouldn't use at work
    $800 20
It refers to fluids or drugs injected directly into a blood vessel
    $800 24
In 1995 Johnny appeared as himself in an episode of this drama series with a ZIP code in its name
    $1000 5
In Bath, England, tours devoted to her feature places she wrote about in "Persuasion" & "Northanger Abbey"
    $1000 10
With its food served "With the Speed of Sound", the Top Hat chain in Oklahoma changed its name to this in 1959
    $1000 28
Feigning illness to get medical treatment? Could be this syndrome named for a baron
    $1000 15
Popular stripe seen on fabrics
    DD: $5,000 21
This service was formed by 6 NYC newspapers in 1848
    $1000 25
The Dayton, Ohio TV studio used for "The Johnny Gilbert Show" was taken over in 1970 by this daytime talk show host

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

Renzo Deborah Michael
$5,600 -$1,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Renzo Deborah Michael
$13,800 -$200 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

SALLY
RABBI
TREKS
"R"
FOUR
KIDS
    $400 16
This "All in the Family" actress was a longtime spokesperson for the Christian Children's Fund
    $400 21
12th century rabbi Benjamin of Tudela may have been the first European to reach this land, before Marco Polo
    $400 26
To trek on foot from Lagos to Algiers, you'll have to cross this 3.5 million-square-mile area
    $400 11
Karel Capek coined this word for a mechanical man in his play "R.U.R."
    $400 6
One of the 2 "Four" groups that entered the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1990
    $400 1
For kids under 1 year old or less than 20 pounds, this should be rear-facing only
    $800 17
Sally Rogers was Rose Marie's role on this classic TV show
    $800 22
Rabbi Shlomo Yitzhaki wrote commentaries on the Torah & on this collection of laws, from a word for "study"
    $800 27
To make the 100-mile car trek from Birmingham, Eng. to Cardigan Bay you'll have to enter this other U.K. country
    $800 12
This word for an unruly mob is often followed by "‑rousing"
    $800 7
Norman Rockwell illustrated the four of these listed by President Roosevelt in a 1941 speech
    $800 2
In the cyanotic type of this tantrum-like behavior, the kid does this long enough to actually turn blue
    $1200 18
This TV talk show host started out in Puerto Rico as a call-in radio host
    $1200 23
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook became the first chief rabbi of Palestine formed under this league's mandate
    $1200 28
An 800-mile trek by water buffalo from Bihar, India to Mandalay, Burma would take you through this country
    $1200 13
Clothing options include made-to-measure, made-to-order & this hyphenated phrase that means "off-the-rack"
    $1200 8
Like a certain sport, DNA has 4 of these abbreviated A, G, C & T
    $1200 3
In 1895 this Northeastern city's library in Copley Square opened the first U.S. library area just for children
    $1600 19
She debuted in 1957's "Reform School Girl" & brought her "Hot Lips" to the big screen in 1970's "M*A*S*H"
    DD: $2,500 24
Seen here, the work "Rabbi with the Pinch of Snuff" is by this Russian-Jewish artist
    $1600 14
The Eiffel Tower is made of 18,038 pieces that are held together by 2.5 million of these metal pins
    $1600 9
The post-WWI "Big 4" leaders were Wilson, Lloyd George, Italy's Orlando & this Frenchman
    $1600 4
An atmosphere of love is a goal of the Hague Convention on the intercountry type of these procedures
    $2000 20
Susan Saint James played a wife named Sally who helped her police commissioner hubby on this series
    $2000 25
"The Torah Reviewed" is a major work by this medieval Jewish rabbi & philosopher born Moses ben Maimon
    $2000 15
Jacques Delille pointed out that "Fate chooses" these for us, but "we choose our friends"
    $2000 10
This author's Time Quartet includes "A Wrinkle in Time" & "A Swiftly Tilting Planet"
    $2000 5
A process of mother-child attachment, or signing an agreement to pay a certain sum by a certain day

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Renzo Deborah Michael
$21,300 $8,200 $5,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH ROYALTY
The only British monarch of the 20th century not to produce an heir

Final scores:

Renzo Deborah Michael
$25,300 $1,000 $1,731
2-day champion: $53,698 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Renzo Deborah Michael
$19,800 $8,200 $5,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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