Show #3992 - Tuesday, January 1, 2002

Mark Lee game 1.

(Sarah: I'm Sarah of the Clue Crew. Today, clues from the city of red beans and Anne Rice--New Orleans.)


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Mark Lee, a sales manager originally from Peoria, Illinois

Amanda Brown, a college student from Sherman, Texas

Tom Unsworth, a human resources director from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
The history of evangelism is on display at a Wheaton, Illinois museum named for this evangelist
    $200 6
In separate milk ads, last name shared by the moustache sporters Ron & Curly
    $200 13
Ulster is another name for this United Kingdom division
    $200 1
In "Flags of Our Fathers", you can read about the 6 men who raised the flag on this Japanese island
    $200 3
After storming the charts in their native Britain, these girls went to No. 1 in the U.S. with "Wannabe" in 1997
    $200 12
For nearly 30 years total, this country was ruled by father & son dictators "Papa Doc" & "Baby Doc" Duvalier
    $400 24
A visit to this soft drink's Waco, Texas museum will answer the question about the origin of its "10, 2, and 4" ads
    $400 15
Sporting a moustache & baggy pants, Milton Berle won a contest as a child for imitating this screen star
    $400 22
Michael Jordan wore number 23 for this university
    $400 2
In several books including "The Game for a Lifetime" Harvey Penick shared words of wisdom on this sport
    $400 4
This group's first No. 1 hit, "Light My Fire" lit up the charts in 1967
    $400 21
It's been dubbed a "rich man's toy" as well as "the world's most serious 4x4 vehicle"
    $600 25
The last Major Leaguer to hit .400, his Museum & Hitters Hall of Fame in Hernando, Fla. is decorated in "Fenway green"
    $600 17
He reluctantly shaved off his moustache to act in "Mutiny on the Bounty" in 1935
    $600 23
The postal abbreviation for this Canadian political subdivision is NT
    $600 8
"Working Days" is a compilation of the journals he kept while writing "The Grapes of Wrath"
    $600 5
This No. 1 Tina Turner hit from 1984 heard here would be great hold music for a divorce lawyer
    DD: $2,400 16
With modern ones dating from the 1960s, it's a homelike facility for the care of terminally ill patients
    $800 27
Exhibits at Seattle's Museum of Flight are housed in the Red Barn, this firm's 1st manufacturing plant
    $800 18
Mais oui, a carefully waxed moustache is a prominent facial feature of this Agatha Christie detective
    $800 29
Minot is a city in this state bordered by Minnesota & Montana
    $800 9
This photo book featuring a not-so-reverent Madonna coincided with the release of her "Erotica" album
    $800 7
If you're "Born To Be Wild" you'll know this band made the song a No. 2 hit in 1968
    $800 20
Magyars constitute the main ethnic group of this country
    $1000 28
Built from 2 slave cabins, the Uncle Remus Museum in Eatonton, Ga. features many first editions of his works
    $1000 19
This Chinese villain created by Sax Rohmer lent his name to a style of long, drooping moustache
    $1000 30
The 3-word title of a 1960 hit, it's where country singer Johnny Horton was headed
    $1000 10
Lawrence Schiller's 1999 book "Perfect Murder, Perfect Town" focused on the life & death of this little girl
    $1000 11
Yo, this notorious rapper's second posthumous No. 1 single was 1997's "Mo Money, Mo Problems"
    $1000 26
(Sofia visits a friend and delivers the clue.) As its name suggests, this seal likes to hang out close to beaches and shorelines

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

Tom Amanda Mark
$4,400 $1,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Amanda Mark
$9,400 $4,800 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the team that plays in each one.)
    $400 19
It's the term for a French-Spanish ethnic mix, or for a New Orleans dish of shrimp simmered with tomatoes
    $400 1
Pontiac Silverdome
    $400 6
In 1924 he played 153 games for the Yankees & led the league with 46 home runs
    $400 23
The Green Giant was introduced in 1925 to push these legumes
    $400 8
The Surrealist movement was influenced by this Austrian's theories of psychoanalysis
    $400 12
From the Greek for "five", it's an Olympic contest consisting of 5 events
    $800 20
(Jimmy gives the clue) The name of this Mardi Gras cake goes back to when the person who found a treat inside it was royal for a day
    $800 2
Soldier Field
    $800 7
He won the 1924 presidential election 4 months after his son had died of a tennis injury
    $800 24
Meal made from this "bean" is the major source of protein in livestock feed
    DD: $1,400 9
He designed the dream sequence for the 1945 Hitchcock film "Spellbound"
    $800 13
This blood cell deficiency condition's name is from the Greek for "being without blood"
    DD: $1,600 21
This Catholic group founded the College of the Immaculate Conception, which evolved into Loyola University
    $1200 3
Veterans Stadium
    $1200 17
"A Passage to India" must have worn him out; he published no more novels the remaining 46 years of his life
    $1200 26
The New Revised Standard Bible translation says Esau sold his birthright for a bowl of this legume's stew
    $1200 10
(Jimmy gives the clue.) I'm paying homage to this surrealist; note the bowler hat
    $1200 14
From the late Greek for "table of contents", it's the etiquette required at official govt. functions
    $1600 22
(Jimmy gives the clue.) 5 bucks will get me into this hall, dating back to 1750, to hear great New Orleans jazz
    $1600 4
3Com Park
    $1600 18
She might have taken time off from appearing in "Music Box Revue" to visit husband Nicky Arnstein in Leavenworth
    $1600 11
Turns out this Spanish surrealist whose first name is Joan, creator of ceramic murals for Paris' UNESCO Building, is a man
    $1600 15
It's the heroic name from the Greek for "glory of Hera"
    $2000 27
(Here is the mayor of New Orleans, Marc Morial.) A Louisiana parish bears the name of this Canadian who founded New Orleans in 1718
    $2000 5
FedEx Field
    $2000 25
This "Learned" judge, who produced over 2,000 influential opinions, joined the court of appeals in 1924
    $2000 29
The legume seen here (Take a look.), it was demanded by John Cleese as highwayman Dennis Moore
    $2000 28
This celebrated American photographer exhibited at the first Surrealist exhibition of 1925
    $2000 16
From the Greek for "headdress", it's the traditional hat worn by religious dignitaries

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Amanda Mark
$10,800 $9,600 $11,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In a real ceremony in 2001, the Marines promoted this character to Lance Cpl. after he was a private for over 30 years

Final scores:

Tom Amanda Mark
$21,500 $12,600 $21,601
2nd place 3rd place New champion: $21,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Amanda Mark
$8,400 $9,600 $10,800
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $28,800

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Game tape date: 2001-10-23
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