Show #4095 - Friday, May 24, 2002


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Ron Ostrow, an actor from Los Angeles, California

Daniel Mendelsohn, a lawyer from Santa Monica, California

Patrick Kerr, a freelance writer originally from Fort Scott, Kansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
In Polish this heliocentric astronomer's name is Mikolaj Kopernik
    $200 7
In "I'll Never Heil Again", the Stooges made fun of the Nazis & this Stooge played Hailstone the Dictator
    $200 26
Cicero was noted for his vitriolic attacks on this Julius Caesar supporter & triumvirate member
    $200 1
One version of Chrysler's PT Cruiser has a paneled look like the hip station wagons known as these
    $200 11
A hemophobe might avoid a doctor's office because he's afraid of this
    $200 17
It comes before locker & note & follows tender
    $400 15
Helen Hogg found over 200 of the variable type of these, whose light varies in helpfully regular intervals
    $400 8
Soitenly! This Stooge's real name was Jerome Horwitz
    $400 27
Apicius is the first known gastronome to force-feed geese figs to produce this, now used to make pate
    $400 2
Unlike characters in the Keanu Reeves movie, this new Toyota can't hang frozen in mid-air & dodge bullets
    $400 13
If you have this, a fear of spiders, steer clear of the movie of the same name
    $400 18
It comes before stem & teaser & follows lame
    $600 16
There were only 7 known planets in our solar system when John Couch Adams predicted the existence of this one
    $600 9
This Oscar-nominated Stooges short shares its name with a 1997 film starring Tommy Lee Jones & Will Smith
    $600 28
Claudius spent his youth in this territory, though we're not sure which of the 3 parts he was in
    $600 3
Ford plans to produce only 25,000 a year of this reinterpreted classic model
    $600 14
Another term for rabies, it's also the fear of water
    $600 19
It comes before bag & counter & follows jelly
    $800 24
Asteroid observations helped Harold Jones establish this at about 93 million miles
    $800 10
Joe de Rita was the third Stooge in their appearance in this "Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad" movie from 1963
    $800 29
The wealthy freedman Trimalchio is a character in this Petronius tale turned into a Fellini film
    DD: $800 4
Called "the original SUV", this over 60-year-old brand has a new model, the Liberty
    $800 22
Chorophobia is the fear of doing this; sometimes it can be overcome by taking certain lessons
    $800 20
It comes before luck & roast & follows chamber
    $1000 25
In 1959 Martin Ryle, whose work led to quasars' discovery, became professor of this type of astronomy at Cambridge
    $1000 12
He was a member of the Stooges in their first film appearance in 1930, left, then rejoined the act in 1946
    $1000 30
A Roman coin from around 100 A.D. shows someone giving Trajan an orbis terrarum, one of these
    $1000 6
The H2 is GM's smaller version of this roadhog
    $1000 23
A fear of these animals is called taurophobia
    $1000 21
It comes before dressing & house & follows dude

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

Patrick Daniel Ron
$0 $2,400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Daniel Ron
$1,200 $5,800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The name of this Great Lake doesn't refer to its size; it's from the French for "upper lake"
    $400 2
Hip-hop music grew up around 2 types of performers: the DJ & this one, as in Hammer
    $400 8
Long before becoming a congressman in 1994, he recorded the hit "The Beat Goes On"
    $400 20
Rumpelstiltskin helped the miller's daughter by spinning this into gold
    $400 13
A venomous critter of the genus crotalis
    $400 15
He set a Major League Baseball record in June of 1998 by slamming 20 home runs in one month
    $800 3
This saltiest body of water is so full of minerals that it keeps everyone afloat
    $800 4
"Techno Scratch" was a signature tune by Knights of this piece of platter-spinning equipment
    $800 9
Elected to the House in 1994, Rep. Steve Largent was later voted into this pro sport's hall of fame
    $800 21
She "had magnificent long hair, fine as spun gold"
    $800 14
(Sofia of the Clue Crew by a bicycle) It's the mechanical device I'm using on my bike
    $800 16
This Muppet master voiced the Jedi master Yoda in the film "The Empire Strikes Back"
    $1200 22
David Livingstone was the first European to explore this river on which Victoria Falls is located
    $1200 5
This Grandmaster, partner of Grandmaster Mellie Mel, pioneered "quick mixing" of musical sound bites
    $1200 10
Now a TV host, he was the mayor of Cincinnati in the 1970s
    $1200 30
In one story, this title girl & her sister Rose-Red encounter a wicked dwarf who has bewitched the king's son
    $1200 25
A dish of stewed vegetables from southern France
    $1200 17
This sentimental film director won 3 Oscars in the 1930s
    DD: $800 23
To go bottom fishing in this Russian lake, bring a 5,315-foot line with you
    $1600 6
(Hi, I'm Scott Ian of Anthrax.) In 1991 on "Bring Tha Noize", we brought the metal & this this group, led by Chuck D, brought the rap
    DD: $1,000 11
This U.S. governor is also the author of the book "I Ain't Got Time to Bleed"
    $1600 29
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew holding an animal.) In a Grimm tale,
a rich man wanted a child,
even if it was only one of these, similar to the American porcupine
    $1600 26
The formal approval of an agreement
    $1600 18
In part about his years as Secretary of State, his memoir was entitled "As I Saw It"
    $2000 24
Add 2 letters to the name of a bay bordering France & Spain to get this bay in Florida
    $2000 7
Doug E. Davis became "The Original Human Beat Box" with this new last name
    $2000 12
Al Lewis, who ran for governor of New York in 1998, is best known for his role as Grandpa on this 1960s TV show
    $2000 28
A donkey a cat, a dog & a rooster aspire to be the town musicians of this city
    $2000 27
He's the British playwright who wrote "The Winslow Boy"
    $2000 19
"High Hopes", "My Kind of Town" & "Three Coins in the Fountain" were all penned by this lyricist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Daniel Ron
$4,000 $24,400 $7,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Rising to over 14,000 feet, the highest paved road in North America is found in this U.S. state

Final scores:

Patrick Daniel Ron
$7,700 $24,400 $8,001
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Patrick Daniel Ron
$5,600 $25,000 $7,600
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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Game tape date: 2002-01-30
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