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    $800 15
Housing the world's largest indoor swamp, this Nebraska city's Henry Doorly Zoo is "America's Best"
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Show #4696 - Monday, January 24, 2005

Contestants

Katie Heim, an executive assistant from Huntington Beach, California

Tom McFarland, a graduate student from Boulder, Colorado

Ted Stratton, a reporter from Cleveland Heights, Ohio (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $13,399)

Jeopardy! Round

U.S. LAKES & RIVERS
YOU'RE A BIG SCREEN MONSTER!
SCIENCE
ETIQUETTE
READER'S DIGEST: AMERICA'S BEST
FRENCH LESSONS
    $200 1
It flows over 2300 miles before entering the Mississippi just north of St. Louis
    $200 8
1931:
Boris Karloff as his monster
    $200 19
Cosmic rays were first detected by V. F. Hess during a flight by one of these
    $200 26
Traditionally, this man who writes a lot of checks gives the first toast at an engagement dinner
    $200 12
For best movie, Reader's Digest chose 8 films, including this one set at Rick's Cafe Americain
    $200 6
Whether the man or the decor, Louis Quatorze means this king
    $400 2
1,645 feet deep, this beautiful blue lake on the California-Nevada border is one of North America's deepest
    $400 17
1986:
Jeff Goldblum
    $400 20
The crepe ring is the transparent C ring in this planet's ring system
    $400 27
For rich apartment dwellers, Emily Post recommends tipping a helpful super & a helpful one of these $50 at holiday time
    $400 13
America's "best lost cause" is this team whose fans have been waiting since 1908 for another World Series title
    $400 7
Quebec first decreed that all these signs must say "arret", then decided to allow this as a French word
    $600 3
A major traffic route, the Arlington Memorial Bridge spans this river
    $600 18
1933:
Claude Raines
    $600 21
Albert Ghiorso at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab holds the record for discovering the most of these
    $600 28
It's the only fork ever placed to the right of the plate
    $600 14
Lasting a scary 4 minutes, Revenge of the Mummy at 2 of this studio's theme parks is "America's Best Roller Coaster"
    $600 9
This organization whose name comes from the French for "sun" calls its bungee routine "ballet without gravity"
    $800 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew stands on a lakeshore.) I'm standing near the shore of this body of water that was once known as "Lac Des Illinois"
    $800 24
1979:
Frank Langella
    $800 22
In MS-DOS, the .bak file extension meant the file was this type
    $800 29
This 7-letter courtesy title for lawyers is never used in a personal introduction
    $800 15
Housing the world's largest indoor swamp, this Nebraska city's Henry Doorly Zoo is "America's Best"
    $800 10
Mon dieu! In 1933 this famous French cooking school opened a London branch
    $1000 5
This river winds its way through Grand Teton National Park, as well as Hell's Canyon
    $1000 25
1951:
James Arness
    DD: $1,800 23
An isohel on a weather map is a line showing connecting places with an equal amount of this
    $1000 30
When the band strikes up this appropriate serenade from 1911, it's time to get your hat, coat & spouse
    $1000 16
The Digest calls this city America's best tourist attraction saying it has "its own king" & is home to the blues
    $1000 11
Formed by flowing water, the channel called a moulin gets its name from this structure

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

Ted Tom Katie
$4,000 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Tom Katie
$4,400 $800 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHIPS' NAMES
BUSINESS SHOW
MYTHICAL MENAGERIE
JOSE CAN YOU SEE
BY THE DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT
THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER
    $400 21
In 1585 John Davis sailed to find the Northwest Passage with 2 ships: Sunneshine & this one (hic!)
    $400 5
On this show, J.R. slept with his sister-in-law, who shot him; Bobby died but then didn't & both ran Ewing Oil
    $400 3
In Greek myth, young children were fed to this monster in the labyrinth in an annual tribute
    $400 1
The largest of the 4 modern countries Jose de San Martin helped liberate from European rule
    $400 12
The "blue dawn" is a variety of this climbing vine whose flowers open with the first light of dawn
    $400 16
Lawyer and amateur poet Francis Scott key penned the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner" during this war
    $800 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew stands before an aircraft carrier.) The U.S.S. Tarawa takes its name from an atoll where a fierce battle between the U.S. and this nation took place
    $800 6
This '80s show, let's see... Krystle & Alexis fell into a pond during a catfight... Blake ran the family oil company
    $800 4
In one West African myth, Anansi, a trickster in the form of this, traveled the world on his web strings
    $800 2
Former Archbishop Jose Sanchez is a member of this "college"
    $800 13
Originating in this country, alboradas, "dawn songs", are pieces originally performed in the morning
    $800 17
It's the very last word of the song
    DD: $1,000 27
Noted Dandy George Crowninsheild Jr. built the USA's 1st seagoing yacht & called it this woman's "barge'
    $1200 8
This TV title character worked for the L.A. Tribune under autocratic publisher Mrs. Pynchon
    $1200 7
In Hindusim Ganesha, the god of wisdom, has a human body & the head of this mammal
    $1200 22
Born in Puerto Rico, U.S. Congressman Jose Serrano represents a district in this Eastern state
    $1200 14
Longfellow's sonnet about this 14th century British tale spinner calls him "the poet of the dawn"
    $1200 18
Today, the enormous flag mentioned in the song is on display here
    $1600 9
Take a Blush Magazine quiz written by Maya Gallo & you'll be watching this workplace comedy
    $1600 10
Both the Aztec god Quetzalcoatl & the Mayan god Kukulcan were these creatures adorned with feathers
    $1600 23
Of the opera stars known as "The Three Tenors", he's the one born in Barcelona
    $1600 24
In a series of works from around 1894, this French impressionist painted Rouen Cathedral at Dawn
    $1600 19
It's the U.S. state where the original poem was written
    $2000 15
For Thanksgiving, this sitcom's radio station manager dropped turkeys from a helicopter, thinking they could fly
    $2000 11
Nessus, one of these, half-horse half-man, was killed by Hercules after he tried to rape Hercules' wife
    DD: $500 28
Serving for a time under Simon Bolivar, Jose Antonio Paez eventually became the 1st president of this country
    $2000 25
The name of this small prehistoric horse of North America comes from Greek for "dawn horse"
    $2000 20
The poem that became "The Star-Spangled Banner" was first published as "The Defense of " this military compound

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ted Tom Katie
$13,200 $8,500 $2,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

MIDDLE EASTERN AFFAIRS
The Arab-Israeli War that started on June 5, 1967 ended with a cease-fire on this date in Israel

Final scores:

Ted Tom Katie
$17,000 $150 $100
2-day champion: $30,399 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ted Tom Katie
$13,200 $11,800 $2,400
18 R,
3 W
18 R,
8 W
(including 3 DDs)
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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