Show #3998 - Wednesday, January 9, 2002


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Caroline Lampert, a history teacher from Poland, New York

Jeff Beckel, an engineer from Sugar Land, Texas

David Bell, an advertising executive from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
It's not only Australia's largest city, it's the oldest as well
    $200 30
To split a cake into layers, Martha says try using fishing line or this oral hygiene product
    $200 14
The first 3 ships that reached Jamestown are docked on the reverse of this state's quarter
    $200 11
Lundi is this day of the week
    $200 6
Although recorded before "Abbey Road", it was the last Beatles LP of all-new material to hit No. 1
    $200 1
A common problem for foresters is squirrels stripping this covering
    $400 20
Australia's name comes from the Latin "australis", which means this
    $400 29
You can make cut flowers last longer by adding sugar & this to the water; take 2 & call me in the morning
    $400 15
The Massachusetts quarter has this "timely" guy on the back
    $400 12
Lunch is le dejeuner, this is le petit dejeuner
    $400 7
This 1973 Marvin Hamlisch soundtrack LP contained such instruments as "Gladiolus Rag" & "Pineapple Rag"
    $400 2
The turkey type of this bird has an exceptional sense of smell for detecting carrion on the ground
    $600 21
Until 1852 this island state served as a penal colony for the British
    $600 28
It's messy on your fingers but for Valentine's Day you can make a heart-shaped wreath with these nuts
    $600 16
There's a keystone & an outline of the state on its quarter
    $600 13
A bon mot is a witty remark, or literally a good one of these
    $600 8
The stars on the 1977 soundtrack album "A Star is Born" are Barbra Streisand & this lead in the movie
    $600 3
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Sea World.) Aw, don't worry, Wally. I'll protect you from this animal, your natural predator.
    $800 22
This capital of the Northern Territory named for a naturalist, lies near the Beagle Gulf
    $800 27
Martha suggests a tulip or even a sprig of snowberries for this garnish that's pinned to a groom's lapel
    DD: $1,800 24
Caesar Rodney's horseback ride backs this state's quarter, the first issued
    $800 17
The pastry is pate feuillete; the nationality is Danois
    $800 9
"Angie", an acoustic ballad was the biggest hit off their "Goats Head Soup" album
    $800 4
The green-blooded skink, this type of animal, is found in New Guinea not on Vulcan
    $1000 23
Cape York on Cape York Peninsula in this state is the Australian mainland's northern-most point
    $1000 26
(Hi, I'm Martha Stewart.) For your next dinner party, try serving the basmati type of this, with cinnamon & golden raisins
    $1000 25
The paths of a river & a canal are on the back of this state's coin, as well as the line "Gateway to Freedom"
    $1000 18
The French say "pomme de terre"; we say this
    $1000 10
This Fleetwood Mac album was the top album of 1977
    $1000 5
These wild hogs are named for their bristle-covered dorsal regions

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

David Jeff Caroline
$3,800 $1,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Jeff Caroline
$8,400 $2,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
In a Keats classic, this "is truth, truth" this; "that is all ye know on Earth and all ye need to know"
    $400 20
Thousands of women wanted to dance with this actor after seeing him tango in "Scent of a Woman" (Hoo-ah!)
    $400 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Waldorf-Astoria.) Designed for Queen Elizabeth II, the Royal Suite at the Waldorf was a residence of this uncle of the Queen & his American wife
    $400 9
Like people who break into safes, those who break into systems are called these, which rhymes with "hackers"
    $400 1
The son of Hypnos, Morpheus was the god of these in Greek mythology; sleep tight!
    $400 14
Crooner Como's maraschinos
    $800 12
This lyrical balladist of the Lake District wrote "On the Sovereignty of May"
    $800 21
This 1999 Keanu Reeves tech-stravaganza swept the Oscars' technical categories, winning 4
    $800 3
In the 1500s Cosimo de Medici was merely Duke of Florence, but he was this kind of duke of Tuscany
    $800 10
Hackers on this agency's website changed the middle of its name to "stupidity"
    $800 5
This trumpeter god lends his name to a moon of Neptune
    $800 15
The Impaler's apartments
    $1200 13
"O let me steal one liquid kiss, For Oh! my soul is parched with love", wrote this Scot in "Delia, An Ode"
    $1200 22
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at Central Park.) This 1999 film about a boy-like mouse featured an exciting boat race set here at the Conservatory Water in Central Park
    $1200 4
In 1754 the Duke of Newcastle became the fourth man to hold this top political post
    $1200 26
Matthew Broderick toys with NORAD in this film that helped bring hacking into popular culture
    $1200 6
As the Greek god of winds, he kept the winds imprisoned in a cave on the Lipari Islands
    $1200 16
Tony Orlando backing group's grassy yards
    $1600 23
The title of this 1999 film is a translation of the Bond family motto, "Orbis non sufficit"
    $1600 24
The duke & duchess of this present the trophies at Wimbledon each year
    $1600 28
In 1999 hackers briefly controlled the pipelines of Gazprom, this country's natural gas company
    DD: $2,500 7
Dedicated to the goddess of the hunt, this wonder of the ancient world was found at Ephesus
    $1600 17
Masterson's Persians & calicos
    $2000 19
(Hi, I'm Jodie Foster.) I co-produced this acclaimed 1994 film in which I played a backwoods woman with her own special language
    DD: $3,000 25
Nova Scotia's capital was named after George Dunk, Earl of this
    $2000 27
This legendary hacker was paroled in 2000 but at first was not allowed any contact with computers
    $2000 8
The human body of Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom, was topped with the head of this "sacred" bird
    $2000 18
Knotts' white water birds

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Jeff Caroline
$9,900 $9,600 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

According to the L.A. Times, he quipped, "How many stories should you tell about two people in an apartment?"

Final scores:

David Jeff Caroline
$10,000 $9,100 $100
3-day champion: $44,199 2nd place: trip to Mazatlan from Yahoo! Travel 3rd place: trip to Niagara Falls, Ontario & stay at Renaissance Fallsview Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Jeff Caroline
$11,400 $9,600 $7,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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Game tape date: 2001-10-29
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