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    $200 5
This singer's name is on a line of "Fresh taste. Fast!" precooked sausage links and patties
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Show #4064 - Thursday, April 11, 2002

(Cheryl: Get a taste of the good life--today on Jeopardy!)

Contestants

Judy Taisch, a technical representative from San Antonio, Texas

Erik Rockom, a finish carpenter from Seattle, Washington

Lynda Del Genis, a technical writer from Baltimore, Maryland (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,100)

Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS ABOUT PRESIDENTS
ROCK & ROLL CINEMA
THE "WEST" IS THE BEST
BREAKFAST
LAUNCH
DINAR
    $200 18
"T.R.: The Last Romantic"
    $200 1
"The Rose" with Bette Midler was loosely based on the life of this rocker
    $200 4
All Don Knotts' greatness lay ahead of him when he was born July 21, 1924 in Morgantown in this state
    $200 5
This singer's name is on a line of "Fresh taste. Fast!" precooked sausage links and patties
    $200 14
To find the new clothing line this singer launched in October 2001, look J-Hi & J-Lo
    $200 26
Kuwaitis don't have to shell out their dinars for medical care; profits from this export make it free for all
    $400 19
"A Thousand Days"
    $400 2
"We Will Rock You" is the title of the 1983 film about this band's live concert in Montreal, Canada
    $400 10
Jim & Artie's most diabolical for on this TV show was the evil Dr. Loveless, played by Michael Dunn
    $400 6
"The Audrey Hepburn Story" starring Jennifer Love Hewitt starts off during the filming of this movie
    $400 15
The teen version of this magazine launched in 1999 dropped the "politan" for "girl"
    $400 27
To buy a sedan chair in this capital of Sudan, you can use dinars or the old Sudanese pound
    DD: $1,000 22
"Lone Star Rising"
    $600 3
A high school boy gets a chance to tag along with an up & coming rock band in this 2000 film directed by Cameron Crowe
    $600 11
It's the southernmost city in the 48 contiguous states
    $600 7
Herb Peterson developed this famous fast food breakfast item introduced in 1973
    $600 20
To help with the launch of the new sitcom, CBS had her host the 2001 Emmys
    $600 28
To tip at resorts on the shores of Tripoli in this African country, use dinars
    $800 23
"The Final Days" (1976)
    $800 16
As the cross-dressing Dr. Frank N. Furter in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show", he led the frivolities
    $800 12
This large territory would make up the majority of a proposed Palestinian state
    $800 8
Superstition says foam on your tea or coffee, like an itchy palm, means you're going to get this
    $800 21
2001 saw the launch of Rockstarbaby, an infant wear line from Tico Torres, this group's drummer
    $800 29
Use dinars to buy a Dido record in this modern country where Carthage was once ruled by a Queen Dido
    $1000 24
"The Final Days" (2001)
    $1000 17
This Oscar-winning actor wrote or co-wrote many of the songs in the retro '60s movie "That Thing You Do"
    $1000 13
Paul Baumer is the literary narrator of this classic novel of World War I
    $1000 9
Before W.K. Kellogg, C.W. Post was making breakfast cereals in this city
    $1000 25
In fall 2001 this satellite radio service offering drivers an alternative to AM & FM was launched
    $1000 30
The dinar is the money you'll use in Manama, the capital of this former British protectorate off Saudi Arabia

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

Lynda Erik Judy
$1,000 $0 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynda Erik Judy
$1,800 $3,600 $5,000
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