Show #3964 - Thursday, November 22, 2001

Trevor Norris game 4.

(Cheryl: Hi, I'm Cheryl of the Clue Crew. You wouldn't believe where I have sand after taping clues for Jeopardy!--next.)


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James Kossuth, a lexicographer originally from Melrose, Massachusetts

Linda Lin, a computer consultant and trainer from Bedford, New Hampshire

Trevor Norris, a management analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 3-day cash winnings total $22,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
    $100 11
A shady corner is the perfect spot for this type of plant that includes thousands of species
    $100 30
This author of "The Red Badge of Courage" based his story "The Open Boat" on his own experience after a shipwreck
    $100 20
We told you this film was called "Hot Babes" in Taiwan; in France, it was "Charlie and the Funny Women"
    $100 16
Or would you rather be one of these? (a cross between a male donkey & a female horse)
    $100 3
In our opinion, it's a newspaper article that represents the publisher's point of view
    $200 2
Panama City,
Guatemala City,
Mexico City
    $200 12
Stems & leaves used to propagate new plants, or a British term for newspaper clippings
    $200 26
This "French Connection" actor co-authored the 1999 novel "Wake of the Perdido Star"
    $200 21
C'mon; 1993 Taiwanese title "Who Freed the Super Whale"...what more do you need?
    $200 17
A record one of these from an African elephant weighed 236 pounds & was over 11 feet long
    $200 4
At least the Antarctic range named for this Henry Ford descendant isn't considered a failure
    $300 8
Phnom Penh,
    $300 13
Deal with certain plants before they spread; or in rhyme, "One year seeding means seven years" this
    $300 27
This story of a defecting Soviet sub captain was the first novel from both Tom Clancy & Naval Institute Press
    $300 22
In Japan this 2000 Cameron Crowe film was known as "Those Days with Penny Lane"
    $300 18
This very small place in Ohio was named after P.T. Barnum's very big elephant
    $300 5
Hell-oooo, possums, "She's" the international star who took a "Royal Tour" in 2001
    $400 9
Addis Ababa,
    $400 14
These roses are so named because their scent resembles a plant used to brew a hot beverage
    $400 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is at the beach.) The birds remind me of this 1970 book by former Air Force pilot Richard Bach
    $400 23
In Taiwan this 1998 sequel to "The Fugitive" was known as "Execution with No Reasons"
    $400 19
The tales of this elephant & his family were created by the Brunhoff family
    $400 6
This place, whose name means "place of pleasure", is often thought to have been in Mesopotamia
    $500 10
New Delhi
    $500 15
From the Greek topos, which means "place", it's the type of plant cultivation seen here
    $500 29
In a 1976 Clive Cussler novel, Dirk Pitt wants to raise this ship to recover a store of byzanium, a rare element
    $500 24
In Taiwan "You're Still Next" was this horror film's sequel; Pop Rocks killing Life cereal's Mikey is an example of one
    $500 25
Cartoonist who gave the Democrats the donkey & the Republicans the elephant
    DD: $500 7
This city's name derives from the Celtic word meaning "Eiden's Fort"

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

Trevor Linda James
$2,200 $400 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Linda James
$2,800 $600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
He led Israel's army in the 1967 Six-Day War & was assassinated as prime minister in 1995
    $200 1
Fishy name for light pink with a yellowish tinge
    $200 6
The pons, meaning "bridge", connects the medulla to higher parts of this organ
    $200 15
In 2001 he revealed that after reaching the summit May 29, 1953 he left everything there & ran back down to camp
    $200 21
"Emma", "Sliding Doors" -- her English-accented films just keep on coming
    $200 30
After a formal dinner, place this loosely next to your plate, not on your chair
    $400 12
Seen here, he "hacked" plenty of on & off-screen adventure into his life; 1909 to 1959
    $400 2
In Esperanto this day of the week is Vendredo
    $400 7
The hormone oxytocin stimulates the uterus &, soon after, these milk-producing glands
    $400 16
Reinhold Messner amazed people when he reached the summit without a bottle of this, a need for most
    $400 22
A BBC review said as Bert in "Mary Poppins" he "speaks a form of Cockney unknown within 5,000 miles of Bow Bells"
    $400 28
If a girl receives one of these small bouquets on prom night, she must wear it no matter how much it clashes
    $600 13
He bought out the McDonald burger-making brothers in 1961 for $2.7 million
    $600 3
It's discrimination against & stereotyping of older people
    $600 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates her wrist.) The ----- in your wrist when you extend your thumb is an anatomical this, a container for powdered tobacco
    $600 17
In 1996 Greg MacGillivray produced a film on the world's tallest mountain for this big-screen format
    $600 23
When she played Anna in 1999 & met the king of Siam, she was sporting a British accent
    DD: $1,500 26
At a weddng reception, he traditionally proposes the first toast
    $800 14
This clubfooted Nazi propagandist was born in Rheydt in 1897 & died in 1945
    DD: $1,200 4
In slang, they're the 5-0 or the Po-Po's
    $800 9
When food enters the small intestine, it's joined there by this fluid stored in the gallbladder
    $800 18
Yuichiro Miura, set to climb Everest after he turns 70 in 2003, has done this down each continent's highest peak
    $800 24
This North Carolina-born "Hannibal" actress donned an English accent for "An Ideal Husband"
    $800 27
Eat this vegetable leaf by leaf with your fingers, but when you get to the heart, use a knife & fork
    $1000 20
Because she died at 39 in 1964, this Southerner only wrote "Wise Blood" & one other novel
    $1000 5
Used on citrus fruits, it's the item seen here
    $1000 10
It's the more spacey term for the eye socket
    $1000 19
Ang Tsering Sherpa, who turned 98 in 2001, was on this man's 1924 expedition -- "Because it's there"
    $1000 25
His Ned Alleyn in "Shakespeare in Love" was a far cry from his role in "Armageddon"
    $1000 29
At a party, serve champagne in these tall, slender glasses; it'll stay bubbly longer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Linda James
$10,400 $7,900 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Invented by Dan Robbins, this product was first sold in the 1950s with the slogan "Every Man a Rembrandt"

Final scores:

Trevor Linda James
$15,801 $5,400 $6,400
4-day champion: $38,603 3rd place: Shopping Spree 2nd place: Trip to Breezes Golf & Beach Resort, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Trevor Linda James
$10,400 $6,600 $5,400
23 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 2001-08-28
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