Show #4027 - Tuesday, February 19, 2002


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Paul Holland, a Jesuit priest from Storrs, Connecticut

Nancy Misener, an auditor from Staten Island, New York

Alex Boisvert, a graduate student from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
To find this city's Old Town, just follow the Rose Parade floats on Colorado Blvd.
    $200 11
Tisane is a fancy name for this type of tea made by steeping flowers or spices like ginger or mint
    $200 15
This animal term for a football official is derived from the patterned shirt that he wears
    $200 1
In 1912 he told the Progressive Party, "I am as strong as a bull moose and you can use me to the limit"
    $200 21
The first of these "Grand" races was run near Le Mans, France in 1906
    $200 26
All selections of this club created by Oprah in 1996 have become instant bestsellers
    $400 7
The "New" city, the modern seat of the Indian government, is south of this old walled city
    $400 12
This meal follows "English" & "Irish" in the names of teas
    $400 16
This word that can mean "scanty" comes from the Latin spargere, "to scatter"
    $400 2
Paul Revere's 4-word warning of April 18, 1775
    $400 22
It's the "insect" stroke used in a swimming medley race
    $400 27
It's the city Oprah moved to in 1984 to host a morning talk show
    $600 8
Christ Church, also known as this, is the oldest church building in Boston
    $600 13
The most common grading process separates tea leaves according to this
    $600 17
Urdu for "dusty", this olive drab cloth was first used in the uniforms of the British army in India in 1857
    $600 3
This Teamsters leader told reporters, "I do unto others what they do unto me, only worse"
    $600 23
Andrew Marton won a special Golden Globe Award for directing this sequence in the 1959 film "Ben-Hur"
    $600 28
Oprah began her broadcasting career in this Tennessee city at the age of 19
    $800 9
La Habana Vieja, the colonial section in the capital of this country, is a Unesco World Heritage Site
    $800 14
Iced tea was introduced at the 1904 World's Fair held in this city
    $800 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from a sail boat.) Derived from Italian, this word refers to a boat race or series of races.
    DD: $1,000 4
In 1859 he wrote his wife from Va., "I am waiting the hour of my public murder with great composure of mind"
    $800 24
The first man to run this Olympic distance in under 10 seconds was 1968 gold medal winner Jim Hines
    $800 29
Whoopi Goldberg also starred in this film, Oprah's movie debut
    $1000 10
Old Castile was Spain's center of Christian resistance to this Berber-Arab group
    $1000 20
This type of black tea is named for an Indian area in the foothills of the Himalayas
    $1000 19
This word often used as a toast comes from the Old Norse for "drinking vessel"
    $1000 5
He opened his CBS radio broadcasts during World War II by saying, "This--is London"
    $1000 25
The only race this legendary thoroughbred ever lost was to a horse appropriately named Upset in 1919
    $1000 30
Since May 2000 Oprah has published this magazine

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

Alex Nancy Paul
$5,000 $2,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Nancy Paul
$9,800 $4,800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex Trebek: We'll give you the sidekick; you identify the partner.)
    $400 2
The ornate history painters called "Pompiers" created works like Rixens' "The Death of" this Egyptian queen
    $400 1
Little Green Sprout, a fan of certain veggies in ads
    $400 9
His novel "The Pioneers" has been called the "finest detailed portrait of frontier life in American literature"
    $400 19
In the military it's a vacation or leave of absence for enlisted personnel
    $400 24
A telescoping organ call the ovipositor allows gnats to place these within schmutz
    $400 14
Not to worry you, but the raised ridges under the strings are called these
    $800 3
The family of this often-depicted U.S. President said sculptor John Rogers created the best likeness
    $800 5
Della Street, a secretary
    $800 10
This author of more than 120 books was most famous for his stories of "Ragged Dick" & "Tattered Tom"
    $800 20
This creature of European folklore is often represented as a misshapen dwarf with a long beard
    $800 27
A gnat's compound eye has multiple lenses which are called these, like the surfaces of a cut gem
    $800 17
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew plays the guitar.) I'm not sticking mine out to tell you the fingerboard covers this part of the guitar.
    $1200 4
Hiroshige's prints include "100 Views of Edo", the place now called this
    $1200 6
Tige, a shoe-dwelling dog
    $1200 11
We're guessing she was all grins when she won a 1992 Pulitzer Prize for her "A Thousand Acres"
    DD: $5,000 21
Defame or slander
    $1200 28
In many gnats these sense organs are several-jointed, resembling a string of beads
    $1200 18
A card game shares its name with this piece that raises the strings
    DD: $1,000 12
"The Regatta at Argenteuil" & "The Harbor, Amsterdam" show this Impressionist's love of water subjects
    $1600 7
Kato, the faithful manservant of a TV & comic crimefighter
    $1600 15
Each July Sauk Centre, Minnesota has a week-long festival honoring this native son
    $1600 22
Pretend or put on appearances; it's from the Latin fingere, meaning "to invent"
    $1600 29
Male gnats may have metallic "scales" on this middle of the 3 parts of insect anatomy
    $1600 25
(Jimmy of Clue Crew holds a guitar.) Different from an acoustic guitar, this part is solid, baby --solid.
    $2000 13
Geographical group of
U.S. Painters exemplified here
    $2000 8
Captain Arthur Hastings, chronicler of a literary detective's cases
    $2000 16
"Go Tell It on the Mountain" that he finished the novel while in Switzerland in 1952
    $2000 23
Legally, it means to call the accused before a court to answer the charge made against him or her
    $2000 30
A gnat's mouthparts are collectively called by this Latin term, as is an elephant's trunk
    $2000 26
Call me crazy, but this piece that holds the strings separate may be a tough one to crack

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Nancy Paul
$13,800 $7,000 -$800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Sold on Good Friday, they were once used as charms against evil & were said to last without getting moldy

Final scores:

Alex Nancy Paul
$13,599 $1 -$800
2-day champion: $34,400 2nd place: trip to Barbados and stay at Almond Resorts 3rd place: stay at La Costa Resort and Spa north of San Diego

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alex Nancy Paul
$13,600 $7,600 $4,200
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,400

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Game tape date: 2001-11-27
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