Show #3993 - Wednesday, January 2, 2002

Mark Lee game 2.

(Jimmy: Today on Jeopardy! We boldly go where no quiz show has ever gone before.)
(Sofia: Alex Trebek's garage!)


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Kevin Au, a stockbroker originally from Honolulu, Hawaii

Christine Walker, a business manager from Evanston, Illinois

Mark Lee, a sales manager originally from Peoria, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In this category, we want you to name the one who is...)
(Alex: And, direct from my garage, [*]. We'll have fun there.)
    $200 16
Before the 1863 Vicksburg campaign, he was a brigadier general; after, a major general
    $200 11
In Hans Christian Andersen's works, a wicked sea witch gave her a potion that changed her tail into 2 legs
    $200 8
Innocent X,
George III
    $200 21
On September 13, 1998 he won an Emmy for his Oscar hosting
    $200 6
A dugout boat is one of these hollowed out
    $200 1
(Let's go to the Clue Crew.) The two cordless tools Alex is holding both operate on this type of power
    $400 17
The principle of "One person, one" this was established after the Supreme Court case Gray v. Sanders
    $400 12
This tale from the Arabian Nights is subtitled "or, the Wonderful Lamp"
    $400 9
Alexander II,
Urgent III,
Eugene IV
    $400 22
An Emmy-winning TNT series about this movie studio was subtitled "When the Lion Roared"
    $400 7
This cracked hollow vessel that weighs a ton is a tourist attraction in Philadelphia
    $400 2
(Back to the garage.) These are all examples of this tool. (Mine's for big jobs.)
    $600 18
Before the Peace of Karlowitz, Hungary belonged to Turkey; after, to this future partner in an empire
    $600 13
The 3 Little Pigs told the Big Bad Wolf, "Oh, no! I won't let you in. Not by the hair of" this
    $600 10
Clement X,
Malcolm X,
Pius X
    $600 23
Combined, Tyne Daly & Sharon Gless won 6 Best Actress Emmys in 6 years for their roles on this series
    $600 3
(Jimmy gives the clue.) When Alex needs to hold something down to weld, he puts one of these on it
    DD: $900 19
They're the 2 different names of this city before & after the events seen here
    $800 14
A wicked witch & a handsome prince both used her long braided hair to climb up a high tower to visit her
    $800 24
Daniel Sackheim's 1994 Best Director Emmy was for the "Tempest in a C-Cup" episode of this Steven Bochco series
    $800 4
(Here we go! Back to the garage.) It's the machine that powers Alex's nail gun
    $1000 20
Before 1979, we often associated this name
with canned chili peppers; after, with the man seen here
    $1000 15
The old woman who lived in a shoe gave her children this without any bread
    $1000 25
This series' William Daniels & Bonnie Bartlett were the first husband & wife to win Emmys for playing husband & wife
    $1000 5
(Last one.) Alex is gonna square up an old screwdriver using this tabletop device

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Mark Christine Kevin
$1,600 -$1,200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Christine Kevin
$1,100 -$200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Our more traditional category.)
    $400 15
It contains candy-coated popcorn, peanuts & a prize-winning actor from "As Good as It Gets"
    $400 18
In Spanish the name of this 4,000-mile-long river is 2 letters longer than in English
    $400 21
Reagan appointee shown here
    $400 8
He's in the Inventors Hall of Fame for the multiplane camera he used in "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
    $400 3
Classical musicians refer to this "national" instrument as simply "the horn"
    $400 1
Keaton, Kilmer & Clooney conquered crooks as this caped crusader
    $800 17
Lumberjack competition in which Mick "Light Feet" Jagger takes on Keith "Balance Man" Richards
    $800 19
Gold found in the Yukon in 1869 caused a little rush; gold found near this Yukon tributary in 1896 caused a big rush
    $800 22
Current chief justice
seen here
    $800 9
On October 1, 1880 he opened the first incandescent lamp factory in Menlo Park, New Jersey
    $800 4
This long-necked, fretted lute from India was introduced to popular music at the 1967 Monterey Pop festival
    $800 2
Laurence Olivier & Mel Gibson both played this great Dane on film, though 42 years apart
    $1200 26
New York cultural attraction at 5th & 82nd honoring the man who played Ed Norton
    $1200 20
Cool river flowing past Amiens; you might like it hot
    $1200 23
He ran California, a commission, and the high court
    $1200 12
This partner of Steve Jobs owns Patent 4,136,359 for "Microcomputer for Use with Video Display"
    $1200 10
This shell-shaped instrument is more than an accompaniment to flamenco dancing, it's a part of the dance itself
    $1200 5
Ellen Burstyn didn't "Live Here Anymore" when Linda Lavin became this "New Girl In Town"
    $1600 27
Russian secret police comic strip set in the Stone Age
    $1600 24
Seen here, his first name
was the last name
of his predecessor
    DD: $1,200 13
In 1863 this Swede developed a detonator for nitroglycerin that used shock rather than heat
    DD: $1,100 11
The orchestral "Rhapsody in Blue" opens with a glissando by this instrument that slides into a bluesy melody
    $1600 6
Roger Bowen, who played this Korean War Army doc on film, died the day after TV counterpart McLean Stevenson
    $2000 28
Full discretionary power given to Stella Kowalski's sister
    $2000 25
This "all-natural" justice
was confirmed in 1994
    $2000 14
In 1837 he developed the steel plow & tested it on Lewis Crandall's farm near Grand Detour, Illinois
    $2000 16
"Yakety" instrument played by Boots Randolph
    $2000 7
Attention was played to this role played by Dustin Hoffman in 1985 & Tony-winner Brian Dennehy in '99

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Christine Kevin
$11,200 $5,800 $3,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1970s GAMES
Of this ground-breaking game, its creator said, "We knew a square ball wasn't cool" but "It was all we could do"

Final scores:

Mark Christine Kevin
$10,799 $2,400 $3,600
2-day champion: $32,400 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Christine Kevin
$13,600 $5,800 $3,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
3 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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Game tape date: 2001-10-23
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