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    $200 16
Ax-wielding Chief Executive depicted here
as he might have looked
in 1833
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Show #4057 - Tuesday, April 2, 2002

Contestants

Adam Epstein, a pre-law student from Los Angeles, California

Amy Borgstedte, an attorney from Houston, Texas

Brendan Roche, an account manager from Troy, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $17,100)

Jeopardy! Round

BEFORE THE WHITE HOUSE
BIBLICAL RULERS
JUST RELAXING
MAKE
(Alex: We'll give you some car models; you give the make.)
"IT"
BIG IN HOLLYWOOD
    $200 16
Ax-wielding Chief Executive depicted here
as he might have looked
in 1833
    $200 11
Exodus 35:2--Whoever works on this day shall be put to death
    $200 23
A doze, or a button on your alarm clock that lets you doze
    $200 1
The Golf, the Jetta
    $200 18
Something that provokes a desire to scratch the skin
    $200 6
In 1933 it was said of this big simian, "Oh, no. It wasn't the airplanes. It was beauty killed the beast."
    $400 17
This president
is seen here
in one of his earliest
occupations
    $400 12
Deut. 19:15--You need this minimum number of witnesses to establish that a crime has been committed
    $400 24
This synonym for "daydreaming" can also mean collecting tufts left on bushes by sheep
    $400 2
The Bonneville, the GTO
    $400 19
Worldwide it's the native language of about 66,000,000 people
    $400 7
Opponents of this big movie reptile have included Megalon, the Smog Monster & Mothra
    $600 28
They're the two presidents seen here in 1947
    $600 13
Leviticus 21:20--Flat-nosed people & those with "a blemish in" this sense organ cannot become priests
    $600 25
An "E-Cliner" from this "indolent" recliner maker has a built-in keyboard for WebTV
    $600 3
The Cordoba, the LeBaron
    $600 20
Used for emphasis, they're printed letters that usually slant to the right
    $600 8
The Gotham City set for this 1989 film was reportedly the largest built for a movie since "Cleopatra"
    $800 29
An early 20th century photo of this man who would become president is seen here
    $800 14
Deut. 25:5-10--A widow belongs to the husband's brother; if he refuses her she must do this "in his face"
    $800 26
Settle down by the pool with a planter's punch, made with fruit juice, grenadine & this liquor
    $800 4
The Monza, the Vega
    $800 21
A list of places to be visited
    $800 9
Truly on the big screen, movies in this large scale film format include "Mission to Mir" & "Everest"
    $1000 30
Perhaps this president
wanted to fiddle
with the Constitution
    DD: $1,000 15
Deut. 14:9-10--To be edible, water animals must have fins & these
    $1000 27
In your space age bachelor pad, listen to the soothing '60s sounds of Ferrante & this piano partner
    $1000 5
The Gremlin, the Pacer
    $1000 22
First name of violin virtuoso Perlman
    $1000 10
This big screener about a bigfoot made big bucks in 1987

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

Brendan Amy Adam
$3,000 $200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brendan Amy Adam
$3,200 $4,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
THE SPORTING LIFE
20th CENTURY BRITAIN
DO YOU KNOW WHO YOU'RE DEALING WITH?
STATES' FORMER CAPITALS
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 18
This bending of light as it passes from air into water results from its slower speed
    $400 6
In American football he's a kicker; in Britain he's a gambler, especially on thoroughbred races
    $400 16
He's the well-intentioned
1930s prime minister seen here
    $400 26
A shrewd bargainer is known as a "trader" of these animals
    $400 11
Omaha
(1854-1867)
    $400 1
Eydie Gorme's spouse who is David Lean's epic 1962 film starring Peter O'Toole
    $800 22
The simplest organic compounds are made of just carbon & this element
    $800 7
Frank Beal invented this type of tennis for what it uses instead of a racquet
    DD: $5,000 17
On Oct. 31, 1956 British & French bombs destroyed much of this country's air force
    $800 27
One-word term for the proprietor of a cigar store
    $800 12
Natchez
(1798-1802 & 1817-1821)
    $800 2
Crystal Gayle's No. 2 pop hit that's the type of dairy product that includes Roquefort & Gorgonzola
    $1200 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presnts using a chalk board.) I've diagrammed
the structure of methane; this is its familiar chemical formula
    $1200 8
Unlike the 2-person type, the team type of this "ball" game has no walls; players throw the ball at a goal
    $1200 19
In 1995 this oldest British merchant bank went bust after a trader lost $1 billion of its assets
    $1200 13
Augusta
(1786-1795)
    $1200 3
Movie star of gangster film like "The Public Enemy" who was partnered with Tyne Daly on a 1980s TV cop drama
    $1600 24
Magnets & batteries have this property, meaning each end produces opposite physical effects
    DD: $1,600 9
As his last name suggess, this boxer who's twice beaten Mike Tyson is a devoted Christian
    $1600 20
On August 3 of this year, British Diplomat Edward Grey said, "The lamps are going out all over Europe"
    $1600 14
Murfreesboro
(1819-1825)
    $1600 4
Poe story in which an old man's body is buried under the floor & Marlow journeys in the Congo to find Kurtz
    $2000 25
Seen in lamps, this type of luminescence from exposure to energy lasts only as long as the energy does
    $2000 10
In 1952 the great Willie Hoppe retired from this sport--we hope he had a cushion to fall back on
    $2000 21
Conductor Neville Marriner founded this British musical "Academy" named for a church on Trafalgar Square
    $2000 15
Portsmouth
(1680-1775)
    $2000 5
It's the "big deal" Shakespeare play in which Brooke Shields reveals what she wears under her jeans in a classic ad

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brendan Amy Adam
$9,000 $2,400 $3,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
The only 2 South American countries with both an Atlantic & a Pacific coast

Final scores:

Brendan Amy Adam
$8,000 $0 $1
2-day champion: $25,100 3rd place: trip to Las Vegas & stay at Hard Rock Hotel 2nd place: trip to Killarney, Ireland by Colette Vacations & stay at Old World Southern Hotel

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Brendan Amy Adam
$16,600 $2,400 $3,800
18 R,
4 W
(including 3 DDs)
13 R,
6 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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