Show #4018 - Wednesday, February 6, 2002

2002 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Allie Pape, a sophomore from Ponte Vedra, Florida

Andy Kravis, a freshman from Farmington Hills, Michigan

Bernard Holloway, a junior from Mitchellville, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
As coined by Naval historian Alfred Thayer Mahan, the "Middle East" is bounded on its west by this sea
    $200 12
She leaves behind a mansion & abandons a fancy car in the video for "Love Don't Cost a Thing"
    $200 19
You don't have to go to the desert to ride one of these humped mammals; you can do it at the Philadelphia Zoo
    $200 1
It's the most expensive property on the board
    $200 6
He was employed by the Dutch East India Co. when he sailed the Half Moon up the N.Y. river now named for him
    $200 21
According to legend, this holiday cookie with a "manly" shape was created by Queen Elizabeth I
    $400 16
The Iranian language group is mainly represented by this language
    $400 13
We're "Fallin'" for the "Songs in A Minor" by this soul diva
    $400 20
At the Dublin Zoo birthday kids get a choice of handling the snakes or feeding these pachyderms
    $400 2
Players often draw from these 2 decks of cards during game play
    $400 7
This Spaniard entered Tenochtitlan on November 8, 1519 & later set up his headquarters there
    $400 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from in front of a fireplace holding a roasted marshmallow.) Now that I've roasted my marshmallow, I'll combine it with other ingredients to make this treat
    DD: $1,800 17
President Bush stopped using this word for the War on Terrorism; it raised bad Mideastern medieval memories
    $600 14
She's the R&B pop diva seen here
    $600 28
It's fun to ride the Cypress Bayou Railroad at the zoo in this capital of Louisiana
    $600 3
Cash cows, the 4 railroads are Reading, B&O, Short Line & this one
    $600 8
After his death in the Philippines Juan Sebastian de Elcano took over & became the first to circumnavigate the Earth in 1522
    $600 23
Sir Isaac could tell you there are apple, strawberry & fig varieties of these chewy cookies from Nabisco
    $800 24
Medina in this country is also called Medinat-En-Nabi, "City of the Prophet"
    $800 15
In 2001 this trio was "Hanging by a Moment"
    $800 29
Don't worry: These mammals at the Singapore Zoo's night safari are fruit-eaters, not blood-suckers
    $800 4
Monopoly was first produced by this company once run by siblings George & Charles
    $800 10
In 1004 his brother Thorvald fought with Indians who killed him with an arrow, possibly in Labrador
    $800 26
It's the large American cookie company whose cookies are "made by elves"
    $1000 25
In 1976 Syria began positioning thousands of troops in this smaller neighboring country
    $1000 18
Gotta tell you about this Irish singer heard here
    $1000 30
If you can't get to this Georgia city's zoo, check out its website to see live video of its playful pandas
    $1000 5
Most of the street names on a standard Monopoly board come from streets in this city
    $1000 11
In 1958 this Everest conqueror became the first to reach the South Pole via gas-powered vehicles
    $1000 27
You can get your own messages put inside these dessert cookies if you order them from L.A.'s Peking Noodle Company

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bernard Andy Allie
$1,400 $2,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Andy Allie
$4,800 $2,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
(Sofia of the Clue crew presents from in front of Orchard House.) Orchard House, where Louisa's family lived from 1858 to 1877, was the setting for this 1868 classic
    $400 3
In 1970 this NHL trophy was replaced; the original was retired to the Hall of Fame
    $400 1
Got milk? You probably shouldn't if you've got an intolerance to this milk sugar
    $400 9
These include back & bowling
    $400 24
Herman Melville has been quoted as saying, "Life's a voyage that's homeward" this
    $400 8
When the Royal Standard is flying above Buckingham Palace, it denoted this
    $800 18
Louisa sometimes brought in extra money by working as one of these, like Betsy Ross
    $800 4
In the names of NASCAR auto races this number follows Winston, Diehard & Daytona
    $800 10
Most commonly caused by the Epstein-Barr virus, it's also called the "kissing disease"
    $800 14
Back when I was your age I got a quarter a week (Canadian!) as this payment & was happy to get it
    $800 25
In 1938 Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster said he could "run faster than a streamline train"
    $800 20
The Saint Paul's Cathedral in London today was built to replace the one destroyed by this in 1666
    $1200 19
One friend of the Alcotts was this abolitionist for whom Louisa wrote a poem after he was hanged
    $1200 5
2 of this country's tennis stars are Flemish-speaking Kim Clijsters & French-speaking Justine Henin
    DD: $600 11
Tums not only help with heartburn, they're a recommended source of this mineral
    $1200 15
Until the accused is convicted newspapers use this word before the crime he's charged with
    $1200 26
Andy Warhol said, "In the future everyone will be world-famous for" this long... you've already beaten it
    $1200 21
Hey, if you get locked in the Tower of London, ask for a tower cell with a view of this river
    $1600 29
This author of "Walden" was one of Louisa's mentors
    $1600 6
Of the 3 races in thoroughbred horse racing's Triple Crown, this one is run first
    $1600 12
In the "double" form of this illness, both of the lungs are inflamed
    $1600 16
During WWII it was the Axis against this group
    $1600 27
Porfirio Diaz bemoaned, "Poor Mexico! So far from God & so close to" this country
    DD: $5,200 22
The big "T" Square in New York is Times Square; the big one in London is this
    $2000 30
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents.) Louisa's first book, "Flower Fables", was written for the daughter of this transcendental essayist & poet
    $2000 7
This Rams quarterback was selected MVP of Super Bowl XXXIV
    $2000 13
Kiss your glasses goodbye with the laser surgery, known by this 5-letter acronym, that corrects nearsightedness
    $2000 17
It's your share of the booty
    $2000 28
Grantland Rice wrote, "the Great Scorer... marks... not that you won or lost--but how" you did this
    $2000 23
The Old Vic in South London is one of these, & you're allowed in

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Andy Allie
$23,200 $6,200 $11,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Founded in 1565, it is the oldest continually occupied European settlement in the continental United States

Final scores:

Bernard Andy Allie
$23,999 $12,207 $11,400
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bernard Andy Allie
$19,600 $8,000 $11,800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,400

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Game tape date: 2001-12-17
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