Show #4791 - Monday, June 6, 2005


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Brice Sunderland, a teacher and athletic director from San Bernardino, California

Rosemarie Keenan, a research administrator from Seattle, Washington

Tom Walker, a lawyer from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And in that category, each correct response will sound like the word "woman".)
    $200 1
Before it first touches down on the ground, its funnel looks white, as it's just made up of water droplets
    $200 26
I left Minnesota around the time I changed my name from Robert Allen Zimmerman to this
    $200 16
After this archaeologist dodged a boulder in a 1981 flick, Belloq took from him everything he could steal
    $200 21
Ian Astbury of The Cult joined Robbie Krieger & Ray Manzarek for the retooling of this band "of the 21st Century"
    $200 6
Born in 1895, this director of a Justice Department bureau served under 8 presidents
    $200 11
A freed slave's son, Publius Helvius Pertinax was this empire's ruler for nearly 3 months in 193 A.D.
    $400 2
You may experience a southerly burster or a brickfielder on this continent
    $400 27
It gives me the seven-year itch when you call me Norma Jean Baker
    $400 17
You got nothin' to lose in this game with 15 white & black "stones" that mercifully end up on the bar after being "hit"
    $400 22
In 2004 Veritas software's marketing dept. made news when it banned this type of communication on Fridays
    $400 7
Ex-Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest served as the first head of this supremacist group
    $400 12
This UCLA basketball coach led his team to a record 88 straight NCAA basketball victories
    DD: $1,000 3
In 1805 this commander in the British navy devised a scale for classifying winds
    $600 28
It makes me neurotic to tell you my real name is Allen Stewart Konigsberg
    $600 18
The Skipper on "Gilligan's Island" probably knows that another name for this small fish is the stone roller; didn't you?
    $600 23
Beepcard Inc. is developing a talking 1 of these, slightly thicker than normal, that asks for your password
    $600 8
Composed largely of American pilots, the Lafayette Escadrille flying squadron served during this war
    $600 13
Last name of the traveling salesman whose life was dramatized in a 1949 play
    $800 4
A pampero is a sudden cold summer wind in this second-largest South American country
    $800 29
I played the simply named Jo March, but I was born with the last name Horowitz
    $800 19
The "tears" of this Hawaiian volcano goddess are actually bits of flung molten rock with no direction home
    $800 24
Alison Bartlett, who plays Gina, a kindly vet on this PBS show, got overexposed with Steve Buscemi on "The Sopranos"
    $800 9
This American in Paris served as U.S. Minister to France from 1778 to 1785
    $800 14
Also called Gakusei Ryori, or "student cuisine", this noodle dish was invented in 1958 by Momofuku Ando
    $1000 5
This term for a sudden gust of wind & precipitation is related to a Swedish word for rushing water
    $1000 30
Here's a "hard" one; I'm the '50s hunk who at one point went by Roy Fitzgerald
    $1000 20
"Once upon a time" this king of Corinth was sent to Tartarus & had problems with a mobile rock
    $1000 25
As the "M" word indicate, TMS uses these to stimulate the brain & treat neuropsychiatric conditions in a non-intrusive way
    $1000 10
In Matthew 6:24, Jesus warned that "No man can serve two masters... ye cannot serve God and" this
    $1000 15
Fred Grandy's character Gopher had this rank on "The Love Boat"

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

Tom Rosemarie Brice
$2,600 $1,400 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Rosemarie Brice
$5,600 $3,400 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 22
About half of Liszt's work was transcribing others' works, like Beethoven's symphonies, for this instrument
    $400 7
The IAFCS hands out the "Annies" every year for excellence in this specific type of filmmaking
    $400 13
The name of this Ontario capital means "place of meeting" in the Huron Indian language
    $400 8
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew holds what looks like a not-so-freshly caught game fish in Montana.) I caught one of these salmon family members popular with fly casters
    $400 1
Poe's favorite "bel"
    $400 2
On July 4, 1828 the last surviving Declaration signer laid the first stone for the railroad known by these 2 letters
    $800 23
It's the classic passage of 19th century travelin' music heard here
    $800 18
This award's name is derived from a nickname for the image orthicon tube used in televisions
    $800 14
Canada's most densely populated province, it's known to locals just as "The Island"
    $800 9
In this story by Norman MacLean, casting is "an art... performed on a four-count rhythm between 10 & 2 o'clock"
    $800 3
John de Lancie played this being who tormented the crew of the Enterprise on "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
    $1200 24
Born in 1986, at age 13 she became the youngest classical artist to earn a gold record
    $1200 19
Starting in 1972, the ACT awards were handed out for achievement in television aimed at this demographic
    $1200 15
One of the two largest lakes solely within Canada; both are "Great"
    $1200 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew casts from his mid-stream position in stylish waders in Montana.) Bugs, & hopefully fish, gather at this area of a stream; it sounds like a first name
    $1200 28
Eugene O'Neill's title belle (certainly not a "church-belle")
    $1200 4
Alphabetically, it's the first letter that doesn't have a U.S. president's last name filed under it
    $1600 25
This group persecuted in France in the 16th century was the title subject of a 19th c. opera by Meyerbeer
    DD: $2,600 20
A Gallup poll determines the winners of these annual awards, hosted by Kevin James in 2004
    $1600 16
North America's second-longest river, it flows into the sea in the Northwest Territories
    $1600 11
These are attached to a fly to help it float; they're also what are "raised" when you get angry
    $1600 27
Margaret Landon's book about a real Anna who rang a king's chimes
    DD: $2,000 5
They're the 3 silent letters in Galahad's job title
    $2000 21
Bearing the name of one of Zeus' daughters, these awards are handed out for the best TV & radio commercials
    $2000 17
Canada's northernmost point lies on this large island a "mere" 6 degrees, 92 minutes from the North Pole
    $2000 12
(Sarah of the Clue Crew gives her line a good cast wading in a stream.) Of the two most basic types of fly-fishing, this one in which your lure is underwater is simpler to cast
    $2000 26
Full name of James Joyce's "Plurabelle"
    $2000 6
Nunnation is the adding of this final letter in the declension of nouns

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Rosemarie Brice
$6,800 $4,200 $15,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

On Dec. 13, 2000 he said, "While I strongly disagree with the court's decision, I accept it"

Final scores:

Tom Rosemarie Brice
$9,500 $8,300 $14,200
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Rosemarie Brice
$6,800 $4,200 $16,200
15 R,
2 W
6 R,
1 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,200

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Game tape date: 2004-11-17
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