Show #4100 - Friday, May 31, 2002

Jill Bunzendahl Chimka game 4.


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Steven Carpenter, an actor and director from Washington, D.C.

Mala Bhattacharjee, a writer from Oxford, Ohio

Jill Bunzendahl Chimka, a speech and language pathologist from Washington, D.C. (whose 3-day cash winnings total $66,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In 1908 Wright designed the USA's first house known by this hyphenated term, with floors separated by half a story
    $200 1
What you do to an envelope, or the mammal that could balance an envelope on its nose
    $200 22
This first lady's hairstyle, including the famous "Mamie's bangs", became one of her trademarks
    $200 16
Sport covered in the film "Slap Shot"
    $200 6
...was the voice of Woody in "Toy Story"
    $200 11
Once a carnival performer who bit the heads off chickens, today it often refers to a computer nerd
    $400 27
Wright designed a house for this author but said the architect hero of her "The Fountainhead" was not convincing
    $400 2
(Sofia delivers the clue from Salem, Massachusetts.) In the era of the witch trials a male witch was called this, a far cry from L. Frank Baum
    $400 23
She served as first lady both in New York City & Philadelphia
    $400 17
Animal term for the shot seen here
    $400 7
...guest-starred as Monica's boyfriend Richard on "Friends"
    $400 12
This snug-fitting one-piece garment used by dancers was invented by, & named for, a French aerialist
    $600 28
The name of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin complexes means "shining brow" in this language of Wright's ancestry
    $600 3
Before Jimmy Smits nailed perps on "NYPD Blue", he got killed by one as Don Johnson's partner in this '80s show's 1st episode
    $600 24
In 1991 the National Law Journal cited her as "one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America"
    $600 18
In pool this type of shot involves the cushions on the table
    DD: $600 8
...founded computer gaming company Red Storm Entertainment
    $600 13
This disease's name is from the Italian for "bad air"; it was first thought to be caused by foul swamp air, not mosquitoes
    $800 29
Wright gave a famous 1901 talk on the use of machines in architecture at Hull House in this city
    $800 4
[Jimmy] It's another name for the hourglass from the material it often contained
    $800 25
At this first lady's 1962 death, JFK ordered all U.S. flags flown at half-staff
    $800 19
In volleyball, it's a hard smash close to the net almost straight down into the opponent's court
    $800 9 on "Newhart" & later married Suzanne Pleshette
    $800 14
From a word meaning "gift" Yale's passed the $10 billion mark in 2000
    $1000 30
Wright loved architecture that was this, meaning unified; it also means pertaining to living things
    $1000 5
"Most of those are probably not my vote and that may be enough to give the margin to Mr. Gore", said this "Reform"er
    $1000 26
During her time in the White House--Nov. 1800 to March 1801--she hung the family wash to dry in the East Room
    $1000 20
A piece of random criticism that's easily made, or firing at game for food, not for sport
    $1000 10
Tom who created the character seen here
    $1000 15
Self-examination; literally, "a looking into oneself"

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

Jill Mala Steven
$1,000 $2,200 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jill Mala Steven
$4,000 $4,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
The Shrine of the Book houses these parchment & papyrus manuscripts discovered in caves in 1947
    $400 18
The Oct. 30, 1938 broadcast adaptation of this book scared the pants off some folk
    $400 1
1974: "Gravity's Rainbow"
    $400 6
Drive south on this New York avenue & at 82nd Street you'll pass the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    $400 26
Aquila chrysaetos is the golden, not the bald one of these majestic birds
    $400 11
The 2 books that follow Genesis in the Old Testament
    $800 17
Jews pray at the Wailing Wall, a part of the Second Temple renovated by this king & later destroyed
    $800 19
When this play opened on Broadway in 1938 it didn't have any scenery, just the way Thornton Wilder wanted it
    $800 2
1980: "Sophie's Choice"
    $800 7
All 4 Beatles are crossing the street on the cover of this influential record album
    $800 30
The hooded pitohui is one of the few birds with this quality, also possessed by rattlers & other snakes
    $800 12
In politics it's a meeting of leaders to pick candidates or to decide on policy
    $1200 21
In 168 B.C. Syrian Antiochus IV destroyed much of the city, causing a revolt under this man's leadership
    $1200 20
He starred on screen as that man in tights Robin Hood
    $1200 3
1960: "Goodbye Columbus"
    $1200 8
The longest paved road in Peru is part of this transcontinental highway
    $1200 27
Colorful jays include the blue jay & this one with a rhyming name
    $1200 13
Latin for "pupil" or "foster son", it's a male graduate of a particular school
    $1600 24
A popular Christian shrine is this church where Jesus is said to have been entombed after his crucifixion
    $1600 22
In 1938 you could read something new about the Dark Continent, this Isak Dinesen work finished the year before
    $1600 4
1954: "The Adventures of Augie March"
    $1600 9
Home to the P.M., this London street was named for the man who was M.P. for Morpeth in the 17th century
    $1600 28
A shorebird, or a movie in which Taylor & Burton have a torrid affair by the sea
    $1600 14
A composer may label his work with this word & a number to indicate the order in which he wrote it
    DD: $2,000 25
It houses a massive gray stone believed to be the one on which Abraham was prepared to sacrifice Isaac
    $2000 23
In 1938 he threw in the tutu as leader of the ballet at the Met
    $2000 5
1992: "All the Pretty Horses"
    $2000 10
Camino real is Spanish for this type of "road"
    DD: $3,000 29
It can be a hawk, a hound or a VTOL fighter jet
    $2000 15
Talk about the hound from hell! This one who guarded Hades had 3 heads, a serpent's tail & a mane of snakes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jill Mala Steven
$11,200 $8,800 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

One face of the icosahedron, a 20-sided figure inside this, says "yes"

Final scores:

Jill Mala Steven
$18,200 $13,300 $9,190
4-day champion: $85,099 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jill Mala Steven
$11,200 $11,400 $7,600
19 R,
2 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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Game tape date: 2002-02-04
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