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    $600 8
Operation Bodyguard tried to sell the Nazis on an invasion in Gibraltar, Norway...anywhere but here
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Show #4442 - Tuesday, December 23, 2003

Contestants

Bernadette Price, a marketing manager from Mahopac, New York

Andy Thomas, a U.S. Air Force nurse originally from Huntsville, Alabama

Erika Rogers, a bartender from Indianapolis, Indiana (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $40,599)

Jeopardy! Round

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
CASINO ROYALE
DYE ANOTHER DAY
(Alex: Note the spelling of "dye".)
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
THE "WORLD" IS NOT ENOUGH
OTHER ROLES OF BIG SCREEN BONDS
    $200 11
The title character of this novel has a mistress named Lara, the wife of a revolutionary
    $200 26
During the reign of Prince Charles III, this small European country bulit its first successful casino in 1863
    $200 20
The cochineal insect provided this color dye for the uniforms of British troops & Canadian Mounties
    $200 6
The MI in counterespionage service MI5 stands for this
    $200 15
Millions of people attended these events hosted by Chicago in 1933 & New York City in 1939
    $200 1
You're the man now, dog, if you know he's also played the father of Indiana Jones
    $400 12
Once a prisoner of the French & of a bad marriage, Pierre Bezuhov finds love with Natasha Rostova in this novel
    $400 30
The first legal casino in the U.S. outside of Nevada opened in this east coast city in 1978
    $400 21
Ikat was a version of this art used in Asia hundreds of years before the first Grateful Dead concert
    $400 7
One-word term for a spy's guise; in Bonn in 1960, John Le Carre's was diplomatic secretary
    $400 16
It's the seasonal favorite heard here
    $400 2
His commitment to play TV's Remington Steele cost him the James Bond job for several years
    $600 13
This novel ends with Raskolnikov realizing he will have years of happiness with Sonia after his term in Siberia
    $600 29
Mummy & daddy might enjoy the casino hotels in this city, including the Ramses Hilton & the Nile Hilton
    $600 22
The ancient dye Tyrian purple was made from marine snails mainly of this sea
    $600 8
Operation Bodyguard tried to sell the Nazis on an invasion in Gibraltar, Norway...anywhere but here
    $600 17
Jim McKay was the longtime host of this TV show full of agony & defeat
    $600 3
Before he was Bond 007 times, he played Beau Maverick, the cousin of James Garner's Bret Maverick
    $800 14
In a Chekhov play, Sonya loves Astrov, while Astrov & this title relative are in love with Elena
    $800 28
A casino opened in Windsor in 1994 after this Canadian province legalized gambling
    $800 23
It's the dye in the name of the species of bunting seen here
    $800 9
The 1971 defection of a member of this organization led to the expulsion of 90 Soviet diplomats from London
    $800 18
This international judicial body is headquartered in The Hague
    $800 4
A more chaste James Bond, his film debut came in 1968's "The Lion in Winter"
    $1000 25
Khlestakov wants to marry the mayor's daughter in "The Inspector General", a play by this "Dead Souls" author
    $1000 27
Merv Griffin once owned a resort & casino on Paradise Island in this island group off Florida
    $1000 24
Term for a dye that holds its hue in fabric, or what you tell a preschooler when art time's almost over
    $1000 10
A WWII counter-intelligence group was called this number committee, after the Roman numeral signifying a double-cross
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1948 2 weeklies merged to form this news magazine
    $1000 5
This one-shot Bond also appeared in "The Kentucky Fried Movie" & "The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E."

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

Erika Andy Bernadette
$2,400 $2,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erika Andy Bernadette
$5,800 $5,800 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS ABOUT SCIENCE
UNUSUAL LYRICS
(Alex: You identify the song; you give us the title.)
U.S. NEIGHBORHOODS
BIBLICAL WOMEN
AMERICAN REGIONAL CUISINE
FRENCH FRY YOUR BRAIN
    $400 25
Alan Lightman meditated on the nature of time in this physicist's "Dreams"
    $400 8
Led Zeppelin:
"If there's a bustle in your hedgerow, don't be alarmed now"
    $400 13
One of these structures, built by the Spanish in 1782, still stands in the San Francisco district of the same name
    $400 1
The line "If I be shaved, then my strength will go from me" was said to her
    $400 6
Carolina barbeque is traditionally made with a vinegar-based sauce & this meat
    $400 21
This given name, not Elvis, is simply French for "The King"
    $800 28
Watson & Crick found that DNA has this structure, the title of Watson's1968 book
    $800 9
Queen:
"Scaramouche, scaramouche, will you do the fandango?"
    $800 14
The gate seen here marks the entrance to this "town" in Boston
    $800 2
Elijah didn't like the Baal game this wicked wife of King Ahab was playing
    $800 7
The starch in this traditional ingredient helps give New England clam chowder its body
    $800 22
It's the French term for the fun time in the lodge after a hard day on the slopes
    $1200 29
This field with integral & differential parts is "Made Easy" in a 1910 book recently revised by Martin Gardner
    $1200 18
The Doors:
"There's a killer on the road, his brain is squirmin' like a toad"
    $1200 15
George & Barbara Bush are among residents of this city's West Oaks area
    $1200 3
In Numbers 12 she takes her brother Moses down a few pegs
    $1200 10
The sopaipilla, a fritter served with honey, is believed to have originated in this largest New Mexico city
    DD: $2,000 23
What French theatergoers call l'entraacte, we call this
    DD: $1,500 30
5-letter title of James Gleick's book on the science of seemingly random patterns
    $1600 19
Pink Floyd:
"New car, caviar, four star daydream, think I'll buy me a football team"
    $1600 16
This Ohio city's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, named by German immigrants, was the scene of rioting in 2001
    $1600 4
This wife of Abraham sent his mistress Hagar & her son Ishmael out into the wilderness
    $1600 11
Some Southerners call pecan pie this pie, after the best-known brand of corn syrup
    $1600 24
From the French for "to stitch (a book)", it's a promotional pamphlet
    $2000 27
"Uncle Tungsten: Memories of a Chemical Boyhood" is by this author of "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat"
    $2000 20
Barry Sadler:
"Fearless men who jump and die"
    $2000 17
3-word term for the part of Manhattan bounded by 59th St. to the south & Central Park to the east
    $2000 5
These 2 women married Jacob about a week apart & both tried to give him a lot of sons
    $2000 12
Natchitoches in this state is famous for meat pies
    $2000 26
We've adapted this French phrase for "as a whole"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erika Andy Bernadette
$10,200 $13,800 $13,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SUPREME COURT
Of the 9 current members, the one who had the greatest amount of time elapse between nomination & oath

Final scores:

Erika Andy Bernadette
$10,200 $27,100 $26,300
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $27,100 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Erika Andy Bernadette
$10,200 $13,800 $12,600
16 R,
1 W
20 R,
3 W
19 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $36,600

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