Show #4046 - Monday, March 18, 2002

Contestants

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Karen Lempert, a librarian from Walpole, Massachusetts

Jason Lautenschleger, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Mary Mansfield, a stay-at-home mom from Odell, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

BACK TO THE 1960s
(Alex: You're all too young.)
THE GODFATHER
COUNTRY FACTS & FIGURES
OATS
KID STUFF
PARDON MY FRENCH
    $200 7
Born in Georgia in 1930, he had a No. 1 hit with the future Georgia state song in 1960
    $200 6
A deal was cut with the Italian-American Civil Rights League that this term would not be spoken in the film
    $200 22
This third-largest country in area is home to over 1 1/4 billion people
    $200 17
Phrase meaning to have a yourful fling that may include promiscuous behavior
    $200 1
She's the person you have to ask, "May I?" before carrying out an action
    $200 12
This French phrase for "goodbye" literally means "to see again"
    $400 8
In 1964 Liz Taylor divorced this father of Carrie
    $400 27
Laurence Olivier, the first choice for this role, was ill, so it went to Marlon Brando
    $400 23
While Iran also exports fruit & nuts, this accounts for 80% of its exports
    $400 18
According to the song, these 2 animals eats oats; little lambs & kids eat ivy
    $400 2
Military term for a living room structure with sofa-cushion walls
    $400 13
Vert is zis couleur
    $600 9
(Sarah is all dressed up for the clue.) Chicks and dudes loved these groovy 1960s fashion accessories
    DD: $1,000 28
We're told it's where Luca Brasi sleeps after Luca meets with the Tattaglias
    $600 24
With a population density of about 7.0 per square mile, its people can easily duck Qaddafi
    $600 19
Samuel Johnson defined oats as a grain given to these animals in England, but that in Scotland supports people
    $600 3
It's where you should be to play Marco Polo
    $600 14
(Sofia "leaves" us with the clue.) The butterfly farm
in St. Martin is also known as "La Ferme des" this -- the French word for butterflies
    $800 10
The big sports news of 1961 was the battle between these 2 New York Yankees for the league home run crown
    $800 29
Michael says to him, "You're my older brother, and I love you, but don't ever take sides...against the family...ever"
    $800 25
.5% of the Greeks on this island live in the Turkish area & 1.3% of the Turks live in the Greek area
    $800 20
In 2001 Pepsi beat out Coke to buy this company to get its Gatorade
    $800 4
It's not a quest for a hyena or vulture, but for a series of designated objects
    $800 15
Flavors of glace (ice cream) include chocolat, vanille & fraise, this
    $1000 11
It was the year Muhammad Ali was stripped of his title & the Arabs & the Israelis wages the Six-Day War
    $1000 30
Playing consigliere Tom Hagen was an offer he couldn't refuse
    $1000 26
The U.S. has the world's second-highest GDP per capita; this small nation next to Belgium beats it
    $1000 21
This fungi-caused disease attacks oats; the Supreme Court would know it when it saw it
    $1000 5
3-word phrase said to kids while placing the tip of one's thumb to protrude between 2 fingers
    $1000 16
This season is l'hiver

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

Mary Jason Karen
$3,600 $1,600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Jason Karen
$5,800 $3,800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTION
TV THEME SONGS
(Alex: You have to identify the show.)
THE STATUE OF LIBERTY
"ICK"Y WORDS
ARMS
LEGS
    $400 1
"Murder Most Merry" is an anthology of mysteries set on this holiday
    $400 2
"Your dreams were your ticket out"
    $400 21
Number of rays in the statue's crown, representing the seas or continents of the world
    $400 11
It starts each half of a football game
    $400 26
(Jimmy gives the clue.) When a sword fight's done, put your weapon back in this sheath
    $400 16
Proverbially, you're on these if you're about to expire
    $800 7
Tik-Tok, Rinkitink & Glinda are title characters in the series set in this land
    $800 3
"Now the world don't move to the beat of just one drum, what might be right for you may not be right for some"
    DD: $3,000 22
A 1/4 size model of the Statue of Liberty, presented by U.S. citizens in 1885, stands on an island in this river
    $800 12
In 1980 Pink Floyd spent 4 weeks at the top of the charts with "Another" one of these "In The Wall"
    $800 27
Curare, originally used as a poison on these weapons, is now used in medicine
    $800 17
Levis makes legs especially cut to fit this footwear
    $1200 8
Sidney Sheldon's first novel was "The Naked Face"; Norman Mailer's was this
    $1200 4
"You take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have..."
    $1200 23
The statue was first administered by the board for these structures, because the torch was a navigational aid
    $1200 13
An area of particular interest or skill, or the office of a bailiff
    DD: $1,000 28
Before the 19th century, this firearm was known as a birding or fowling piece
    $1200 18
Number of legs on a nematode
    $1600 9
Father Merrin is the name of this title William Peter Blatty character
    $1600 5
"Not getting hassled, not getting hustled, keepin' your head above water, making a wave when you can"
    $1600 24
This sculptor was on hand when his Statue of LIberty was dedicated in 1886
    $1600 14
This financial program introduced in 1984 was the first software program issued by Intuit
    $1600 29
The gun Dr. Richard Gatling invented in 1862 was powered by this device
    $1600 19
This arachnid is also known as a harvestman
    $2000 10
It's the main family chronicled in a series of 8 books in the '70s & '80s by John Jakes
    $2000 6
"So while you're here enjoy the view, keep on doing what you do, so hold on tight, we'll muddle through"
    $2000 25
Completes the Roman numeral on Liberty's tablet,
MDCC...
    $2000 15
Settled by the Vikings around 800 A.D., this city is now a main port for Western Ireland
    $2000 20
Nickname of '50s footballer Elroy Hirsch

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Jason Karen
$12,200 $3,200 $11,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CELEBRITIES
He describes himself as "Cablinasian", a hybrid of Caucasian, Black, American Indian & Asian

Final scores:

Mary Jason Karen
$7,200 $5,200 $19,200
2nd place: trip for 2 to St. Lucia 3rd place: trip for 2 to the Laguna Cliffs Marriott resort in southern California New champion: $19,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mary Jason Karen
$12,200 $3,800 $9,000
20 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $25,000

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