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    $200 26
Oops! The McCallister family leaves 8-year-old Kevin home alone when they go to Paris at Christmas in this 1990 comedy
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Show #4056 - Monday, April 1, 2002

Contestants

Ben Studdard, a trial judge from Henry County, Georgia

Brendan Roche, an account manager from Troy, New York

Mary Llewellyn, an engineer from Los Angeles, California (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $29,100)

Jeopardy! Round

IT HAPPENED ON APRIL FOOL'S DAY
STUPID ANSWERS AT THE MOVIES
I HURT MY FOOT
CROSSWORD CLUES "R"
ORIGINS
KNIGHTY KNIGHT
    $200 16
The Battle of Five Forks on April 1, 1865 proved to be a decisive battle of this war
    $200 26
Oops! The McCallister family leaves 8-year-old Kevin home alone when they go to Paris at Christmas in this 1990 comedy
    $200 21
6-letter term for wrenching the ankle, thus injuring ligaments
    $200 11
Red breasted bird (5)
    $200 6
Pope Gregory the Great is credited with starting the custom of saying "God bless you" after one of these
    $200 1
During another Himalayan expedition in 1960 his team searched for the abominable snowman
    $400 17
On April 1, 1980 this British TV network, tongue in cheek, announced that the Big Ben clock was going digital
    $400 27
Dustin Hoffman is the graduate who's seduced by a middle aged woman in this 1967 classic
    DD: $1,000 22
Metaphorically, it's to damage your own cause; literally, it's what Tennessee Sheriff Bruce Seal did in 1998
    $400 12
Follows Cornish & Tyrannosaurus (3)
    $400 7
Ribbons of this color were used to keep evil spirits away from boy babies, hence the association with it today
    $400 2
In "Monty Python and the Holy Grail", a "woman" tells this king, "Well, I didn't vote for you!"
    $600 18
"Aim high" & tell us this branch of the U.S. military that established its academy in 1954
    $600 28
John Cusack & Kate Beckinsale meet serendiptously & dine at NYC's Serendipity Cafe in this 2001 romance
    $600 23
Inflammation of the plantar fascia, in this "architectural" part of the foot, can be quite painful
    $600 13
Regret for a French street (3)
    $600 8
The rocks put on a grave, to keep the dead from coming back out or animals from getting in, evolved into these
    $600 3
Sir William & Sir Lawrence Bragg established the study of crystal structures using these "mysterious" rays
    $800 19
This actress was born on April 1, 1938, we doubt her first words were "Love is never having to say you're sorry"
    $800 29
Tom Berenger & Willem Dafoe lead Charlie Sheen's platoon in this Vietnam drama
    $800 24
The tarsal bones form the ankle; these 5 bones prone to stress fracture form the instep
    $800 14
Hebrew "teacher" (5)
    $800 9
Bast, an Egyptian goddess with a cat's head, had this many lives
    $800 4
This "pure" knight, supposedly the last descendant of Joseph of Arimathea, was able to sit in the Perilous Seat
    $1000 20
April 1, 1815 saw the birth of a cute l'il future "Iron Chancellor" of Prussia named this
    $1000 30
Dudley Moore thought Bo Derek was a perfect "10" in this 1979 romp
    $1000 25
Numbness of the toes is a symptom of this disease named for a 19th century French doctor
    $1000 15
Gawk at a car accident (10)
    $1000 10
Thought barbaric by Roman nobles, this item of clothing came from Asian nomads who rode a lot
    $1000 5
In 1975, at age 86, this silent film legend, then living in Switzerland, was knighted by Queen Elizabeth

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

Mary Brendan Ben
$4,400 $2,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Brendan Ben
$8,000 $3,000 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

OFF TO A GOOD START
METAPHYSICS
MONEY PROBLEMS
ENDS IN "ING"
PLANET OF THE APES
APES OF THE PLANET
    $400 21
This Washington Irving snoozer begins, "Whoever has made a voyage up the Hudson..."
    $400 8
The term "Metaphysics" began as the title of this Greek thinker's book that followed "Physics"
    $400 26
Total number of pennies in $10 million
    $400 16
The "plum" type of this is a Christmas fruitcake's British cousin
    $400 1
Script credit on the original film goes to Michael Wilson & this "Twilight Zone" creator
    $400 6
Your average adult mountain gorilla's day begins just after dawn; he feeds, then takes one of these about nnon
    $800 22
This 1854 poem commences with "Half a league, half a league, half a league onward"
    $800 9
Kierkegaard's use of the term "existenz" led to this philosophy championed by Jean-Paul Sartre
    $800 27
45 quarters totals this much money
    $800 17
A platform between flights of stairs
    $800 2
In 1968 as Taylor he screams, "Get your stinking paws off me, you damn dirty ape"
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a young ape.) Of the great apes,
this is the one that spends most of its time in trees
    $1200 23
At the start of this Dickens book the hero wonders "Whther I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life"
    $1200 10
To Kant a noumenon, a think in itself, is contrasted with this term, a thing as we perceive it
    DD: $2,800 28
Smallest number of U.S. bills needed to total exactly $36
    $1200 18
It's the room where film editing takes place; a bad scene ends up on its floor
    $1200 3
In 2001 as Attar he screams, "Take your stinking hands off me, you damn dirty human"
    $1200 13
Apes, like humans, have opposable thumbs; unlike humans, they also have opposable these
    $1600 24
This Victor Hugo classic begins with Part One, "Fantine"
    DD: $1,000 11
Thomism, named for this saint, maintains that thinking about the world reveals God as its cause
    $1600 29
Number of "Jacksons" necessary to total $240
    $1600 19
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from Salem, Massachusetts.) In 1692, Giles Cory had this type of engagement. It was the way he was executed
for refusing to cooperate
with the court
    $1600 4
In the original series of films he not only played Cornelius, but his son as well
    $1600 14
Gorillas & chimps are the only animals that use the perambulation method known as this type of walking
    $2000 25
The prologue to this Shaw work opens "In the doorway of the Temple of Ra in Memphis"
    $2000 12
This German who co-discovered calculus thought entities called monads make up the universe & are microcosms of it
    $2000 30
Number of nickels in a "Lincoln" multiplied by the number of dimes in a "Hamilton"
    $2000 20
In war & war movies, this 1-word cry means "enemy fire on its way; take cover!"
    $2000 5
Pierre Boulle, who wrote the original "Apes" book, also wrote this later-filmed tale of a WWII construction project
    $2000 15
To sign the Japanese word for "here", this famous talking gorilla could point to herself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Brendan Ben
$14,200 $8,600 $8,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STAMPS
At the end of October 2001 Lance Burton & Tony Curtis unveiled the new stamp honoring this man

Final scores:

Mary Brendan Ben
$10,799 $17,100 $300
2nd place: trip to the Caribbean on Princess Cruise New champion: $17,100 3rd place: trip to Miami & stay at the Cardoza Hotel

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Mary Brendan Ben
$14,200 $7,000 $8,800
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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