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    $1600 29
The aril or cage around nutmeg is dried to produce this spice, also the name of a medieval weapon
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Show #4503 - Wednesday, March 17, 2004

Steve Reynolds game 3.

Contestants

Michael Berthold, a construction worker from Lowell, Wisconsin

Ann Dickie, a director of human resources from Cheverly, Maryland

Steve Reynolds, an accountant from Norman, Oklahoma (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $37,601)

Jeopardy! Round

SENATORS BY STATE
ENTERTAINERS OF THE PAST
WEAPONS
(Alex: Ah, because it's St. Patrick's Day, it's going to...)
SOUNDS LIKE AN IRISH COUNTY
-OLOGIES
(Alex: And one of my favorites...)
STUPID ANSWERS
    $200 1
John Kerry & Edward Kennedy
    $200 2
In 1971 this singer & talk show host came out with her first cookbook, "Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah"
    $200 8
Einsteinium was discovered in 1952 in the debris produced by one of these
    $200 14
It's something "held" on sandwiches
    $200 19
Buzz in if you know that apiology is the study of these
    $200 26
A doctor scrubs in for surgery wearing these
    $400 3
Daniel Akaka & Daniel Inouye
    $400 7
"How Sweet It Is" that this comedian was the grandfather of actor Jason Patric
    $400 9
Take a stab at this one; someone giving a threatening glare could "look" these weapons at you
    $400 15
"de Lune" or Danes
    $400 22
Of interest to Dian Fossey, it's the study of apes, monkeys & others in that order
    $400 27
The name of this fruit comes from the fact that it grows in grapelike clusters
    $600 4
Christopher Dodd & Joseph Lieberman
    $600 10
He's the beloved entertainer heard here
    $600 13
Technically, your AK-47s & M16s aren't machine guns, they're automatic these
    DD: $1,000 16
You may be asked to sniff one of these removed by a sommelier
    $600 23
We salute you if you know that vexillology concerns the history, design & making of these
    $600 28
(Alex narrates the video clue.) Frisbee playing started on New Haven Green when students tossed around pie plates from this bakery
    $800 5
Rick Santorum & Arlen Specter
    $800 11
"The Christmas Song" popularized by Nat King Cole was co-written by this famous singer nicknamed "The Velvet Fog"
    $800 20
The Minuteman III is an ICBM, which is short for this
    $800 17
Young doctor played by Lew Ayres & Richard Chamberlain
    $800 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Cape Cod, Massachusetts) One of the chapters in "Moby Dick" is called this, the study of whales
    $800 29
Glen Bell founded this taco chain in 1962
    $1000 6
Wayne Allard & Ben Nighthorse Campbell
    $1000 12
In 1980 this 84-year-old hit the pop & country charts with "I Wish I was Eighteen Again"
    $1000 21
This cavalry weapon was inspired by the Turkish scimitar
    $1000 18
Route Julius Caesar took to France; too hard? Okay, flutist James
    $1000 25
One of the fields in which a Nobel Prize is given is medicine or this
    $1000 30
This city in Iowa is at the confluence of the Big Sioux & Missouri Rivers

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

Steve Ann Michael
$7,000 $200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ann Michael
$9,800 $600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORICAL NOVELS
(Alex: We want you to name the actor, we'll give you the...)
OSCAR-WINNING ROLES
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
ENDS IN "ELLA"
SPICE
THE FINAL FRONTIER
    $400 21
Mary Renault's historical novel "Fire from Heaven" chronicles the childhood of this Macedonian king
    $400 1
Edward Joseph Flanagan
    $400 9
In 1920 Vahdah Olcutt Bickford published her method for playing this Hawaiian instrument
    $400 16
This female first name is Italian for "beautiful"
    $400 26
In August 2003 Pepsi introduced its cola flavored with this; Coke had done it back in 2002
    $400 2
NASA wanted to call its first flight-capable shuttle the Constitution, but fans of a TV show clamored for this
    $800 22
Stephen Crane gathered material for this 1895 novel by reading "Battles and Leaders of the Civil War"
    $800 3
Annie Sullivan
    $800 10
The cowbell on a cow has one of these; the cowbell used by orchestras doesn't have one
    $800 17
Eudora Welty's "The Optimist's Daughter", for example
    $800 27
While the flower is purple, it produces a strong yellow dye that can color rice
    $800 5
Johns Hopkins operates this orbiting observatory for NASA
    $1200 23
This word completes the names of the series "The Lymond..." & "The Kent Family..."
    $1200 4
Alvin C. York
    $1200 12
Richard Stoltzman, who went from playing Dixieland to Mozart, is a virtuoso on this woodwind
    DD: $1,500 18
"Gray's Anatomy" tells us this bone is embedded in the tendon of the Quadriceps femoris
    $1200 28
If you take a swig of kummel, you'll notice the flavor of this spice it was named for
    $1200 6
NASA had planned to have a shuttle dock with this in 1979 & push it up into a higher orbit, but ran out of time
    $1600 24
Patrick O'Brian wrote 20 books about this British captain played by Russell Crowe in a 2003 film
    $1600 7
Paul Gauguin
    DD: $1,000 13
The oldest form of stringed keyboard instrument, its name means "key-string"
    $1600 19
A bet where you select the first- & second-place horses but not their order of finish
    $1600 29
The aril or cage around nutmeg is dried to produce this spice, also the name of a medieval weapon
    $1600 11
It's where you'll find the Sagan Memorial Station, named for Carl Sagan (it used to be called Pathfinder)
    $2000 25
He's "Number One" among current spy novelists with his WWII-era tales like "Kingdom of Shadows"
    $2000 8
Defense attorney Hans Rolfe
    $2000 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Munich, Germany) The carillon in Munich's Town Hall is also called by this German name, for an instrument using metal bars
    $2000 20
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in New York City) The name of this Italian specialty deli meat, similar to bologna, means that it was once seasoned with myrtle berries
    $2000 30
This dried inner bark of a tropical tree is used to spice up teas & cooked fruit
    $2000 15
In 1964 4 Soviet crafts called Elektrons were sent up to measure this radiation belt

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ann Michael
$17,100 $200 $10,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE FACTS
Among the inventions to come from this state are Bisquick, Rollerblades & Post-It Notes

Final scores:

Steve Ann Michael
$21,201 $300 $20,600
3-day champion: $58,802 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Steve Ann Michael
$17,400 $200 $10,600
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
1 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $28,200

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