Show #4023 - Wednesday, February 13, 2002

2002 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.


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Emily Karrs, a junior from Gibsonia, Pennsylvania

Heidi Greimann, a junior from Columbia, Missouri

Seth Disner, a senior from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
There's no de"Nile": She became Egypt's teen queen in 51 B.C.
    $200 26
This "king" of dinosaurs may have been the largest carnivore ever to live on land
    $200 9
List the following in chronological order earliest to latest: Christianity, Hinduism, "South Park"
    $200 6
In 1802 he declared he would "take fate by the throat" & continue composing despite his deafness
    $200 21
If you listen to CDs, you should know CD stands for this
    $200 1
Very similar things are like 2 peas in one of these
    $400 16
In 1644 Christina turned 18 & was crowned queen of this Scandinavian country
    $400 27
This geological period when most of the largest dinosaurs lived is part of the name of a Spielberg movie
    $400 10
Train A goes only 20 mph & B goes 30; this U.S. national rail corp. will have to fix them
    $400 7
Oratorios Handel wrote after this 1742 one include "Hercules" & "Belshazzar"
    $400 22
The January 2, 1928 issue of this magazine featured its first "Man of the Year", Charles Lindbergh
    $400 2
In a poem by
Clement Moore, St. Nick's "little round belly" shook "when he laughed, like a bowlful of" this
    $600 17
Maria Carolina was a teenage queen of Naples; this sister became a teen Queen of France in 1774
    $600 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents beside a dinosaur skull.) Identifying this dinosaur is as easy as 1‑2‑3
    $600 11
Flighty is to capricious as flimsy is to:
A. indefatigable
B. insubstantial
C. interfascicular
    $600 8
Frederic Chopin was born in a village near this Polish capital
    $600 23
Peter Parker, aka this comic book hero. got his super powers after he was bit by a radioactive arachnid
    $600 3
To do this like a log or a top is to do it soundly
    $800 19
This Queen of Scotland spent most of her teen years (the 1550s) in France; as the betrothed of the Dauphin
    $800 29
The Apatosaurus, formerly called this, was an herbivore that stretched 70 feet & weighed up to 30 tons
    $800 12
Asia's 1900 Boxer Uprising was a movement to: A) win Olympic gold; B) unionize; C) get rid of foreigners
    $800 14
This "Four Seasons" composer taught violin at a Venetian girl's orphanage
    DD: $2,000 24
Headquartered in McClean, Virginia, it's "the nation's newspaper"
    $800 4
To be perfectly composed is to be "as cool as" this veggie
    $1000 20
Like many young ladies, she kept a journal; on June 20, 1837, at age 18, she wrote in it, "I am queen"
    $1000 30
The 8-foot long Sinosaurus got its name because of its discovery in Yunan in this Asian country
    $1000 13
Of A) codicil; B) uracil; C) Clearasil, it's a base contained in RNA
    $1000 18
Franz Schubert called this man's overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" "the most beautiful in the whole world"
    $1000 25
Programs on this cable network include "Crossfire" & "The Point with Greta Van Susteren"
    $1000 5
One might be as mad as a hatter or as this, also a character in "Alice in Wonderland"

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

Seth Heidi Emily
$4,400 $2,800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Heidi Emily
$9,600 $6,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Fallen trees turned to rock are the main draw of this national park in the Painted Desert
    $400 11
On TRL, you can vote for your favorite video, even if it's a write-in
    $400 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents with Jimmy in karate robes.) Against this type of embrace named for an animal, a kick in the shin is recommended
    $400 1
It's no mystery, there's no Carolyn Keene; it's a pseudonym used by all the writers on this detective series
    $400 26
Total number of known planets in our solar system multiplied by the number of moons around the Earth
    $400 6
The spiritual part of a human being
    $800 19
Utah's national parks run from A to Z: Arches to this one
    $800 12
You see, "UC" is short for this in a show about an elite crime-fighting force
    $800 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents in a karate robe.) The strike I just demonstrated has been called the karate & judo type of this 4-letter word
    $800 2's bestselling teen book of 2000, it's by Susanna Kaysen, played by Winona Ryder on film
    $800 27
Number of sides on a decagon divided by the number of sides on a pentagon
    $800 7
A mischievous dwarf of folklore who lives under a bridge
    $1200 23
The water from this Arkansas park is so pure NASA used it to preserve moon rocks
    $1200 13
Y&R is short for this soap
    $1200 20
Sticks joined by a cord or chain, it's the ninja weapon of Ninja Turtle Michelangelo
    DD: $3,400 3
According to the Alice Childress title, this "Ain't Nothin' but a Sandwich"
    $1200 28
Total number of U.S. states times the number of non-contiguous U.S. states
    $1200 8
A young horse
    $1600 24
While president Teddy Roosevelt established 5 national parks, including this one "deep" in Oregon
    $1600 14
Catherine Bell, seen here stars on this CBS show whose title is an abbreviation of a military legal term
    $1600 21
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents.) The taekwondo block seen here is named for this letter
    $1600 4
A big "SVU" on the cover means the book is part of this Francine Pascal series
    $1600 29
Number of face cards in a standard deck of playing cards divided by the number of aces
    $1600 9
Insect lover seen here
    $2000 25
This volcano which last erupted in 1921 is the main feature of a park in California
    DD: $2,000 15
In 1990 this cable network began publishing the magazine YSB, Young Sisters & Brothers
    $2000 22
Meaning "way of spiritual harmony", this art founded in the 20th century stresses locks & holds
    $2000 5
Nickname of Jerry Spinelli's title character Jeffrey Lionel Magee
    $2000 30
The number of fingers on a basketball team's starting five multiplied by their eyes
    $2000 10
An amount of money you pay to drive on some highways

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Seth Heidi Emily
$14,400 $11,200 -$4,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: How many can there be?)
This least populous state capital falls alphabetically immediately after Alabama's

Final scores:

Seth Heidi Emily
$6,400 $1,001 -$4,000
Finalist 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Seth Heidi Emily
$13,200 $11,200 $1,400
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R,
2 W
13 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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Game tape date: 2001-12-18
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