Show #4029 - Thursday, February 21, 2002


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Roger Christensen, a registered nurse and pre-med student from Los Angeles, California

Karin Heckl, a graphic artist from Atlanta, Georgia

Alex Boisvert, a graduate student from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Name of 3 French kings in the century, & of a gold French coin of the time
    $200 24
Metaphorically, you put on a pair of these to handle something with extreme tact
    $200 16
Before donning his pointed ears, he acted in "The Brain Eaters" & "Zombies of the Stratosphere"
    $200 21
Collectors know one of the rarest comic books is a 1939 "Detective Comics" issue that introduced this Gotham hero
    $200 11
Hamlet tells her, "Get thee to a nunnery"
    $200 6
A defective item, like a dud car
    $400 2
Tiradentes, or "tooth puller", lead a revolt against Portugal in this South America colony
    $400 25
Suspended Animation is a company that makes clips for kids to wear so they don't lose these, like kittens
    $400 17
"An actress can only play a woman. I'm an actor, I can play anything", once boasted this star of "Ghost"
    $400 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew carves a piece of wood.) From the Old English for "to cut", it's what I'm doing to pass the time
    $400 12
When he first contemplates the murder of Duncan, he says its "horrid image doth unfix my hair"
    $400 7
A hand grenade
    DD: $1,000 3
Lovoisier showed fire wasn't caused by contact with phlogiston, but with this gas
    $600 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a hand warmer.) Oh, Biff, Tiff & I are off to Banff, so it's lucky I've got this to keep me warm
    $600 18
In 1996 this hunk won a Golden Globe award for his supporting work in "Twelve Monkeys"
    $600 23
You might use a wheel & a kiln when involved in this hobby that produces decorative vessels of fired clay
    $600 13
This mischievous trickster in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" can circle the earth in 40 minutes & summon a fog
    $600 8
Extremely desirable, as a job or reward
    $800 4
You may get sleepy at bedtime from this Iberian dessert wine produced by Sanderman since 1790
    $800 27
Mia St. John dons a pair of these to work
    $800 19
In 1983 he played Tony Montana, whom you might remember better as Scarface
    $800 28
This type of knitting uses a hooked needle that draws thread or yarn through intertwined loops
    $800 14
This villain tells Roderigo, "Now, sir, be judge yourself whether I in any just term am affined to love the Moor"
    $800 9
Wildly enthusiastic, crazy
    $1000 5
This country acquired much of Italy, including Naples & Milan, but the new pasta schnitzel never caught on
    $1000 30
With your new suit of armor you might not get 2 pairs of pants, but you should get a pair of these armored gloves
    $1000 20
This folksinger & actor surely had "A Holly Jolly Christmas" in 1959, the year he won an Oscar for "The Big Country"
    $1000 29
Using 2 decks & 4 jokers, this card game's name is Spanish for "basket"
    $1000 15
This nobleman has designs on Juliet, but it's Romeo who wins her heart
    $1000 10
A Bronx cheer

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

Alex Karin Roger
$5,400 -$400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Karin Roger
$8,600 $1,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
Election day 1882 inaugurated the famous feud between these 2 Kentucky/West Virginia families
    $400 15
In a nursery rhyme, he tumbled from a wall with dire consequences
    $400 9
It's this type of newspaper game with numbered clues (9 letters)
    $400 26
Many Seminole Indians in Florida speak Mekusukey; Seminoles in this state speak the related Muscogee
    $400 20
The winner of this drama prize for 1952, between "South Pacific" & "Picnic", was Joseph Kramm's "The Shrike"
    $400 1
Only weeks after attending Gianni Versace's funeral, she was killed in an August 1997 car crash in Paris
    $800 7
These twin sisters took some good advice & ended an 8-year feud as they battled for readers
    $800 16
In the King James Version, "The Lord is my shepherd... he maketh me to lie down in" these
    $800 10
Rumors spread quickly by this hyphenated term
    $800 21
In the spring of 1957 he released the No. 25 hit "Peace in the Valley" between 2 No. 1's
    $800 2
On Sept. 6, 1997 the Indian government broke tradition & ok'd the honor of state rites for her funeral
    $1200 8
In 1998 Larry Flynt's battle with this Moral Majority man went to the Supreme Court
    $1200 17
This alliterative term is defined as a descending motion subject only to gravity
    $1200 11
In addition to "The Excursion", he wrote 523 sonnets
    DD: $1,000 22
Preceded by Dulles & followed by Rusk, Christian Herter left less of a mark in this post
    $1200 3
This flamboyant prime minister's Oct. 3, 2000 state funeral was the largest such event in Canadian history
    $1600 14
Calling his death "a good career move", Gore Vidal had the last word with this "nonfiction novel"ist in 1984
    $1600 18
What goes up must come down & in 1979 this first U.S. space station broke apart over Australia & the Indian Ocean
    $1600 12
The answer is... This show, hosted by Allen Ludden on CBS from 1961 to 1967
    $1600 27
In the Spokane language, Spokane may derive from "people of" this body, a rare sight in Washington winters
    $1600 23
We presume the weak link in this team's 1906 infield wasn't Tinker, Evers or Chance but third baseman Harry Steinfeldt
    DD: $3,500 4
This politician whose campaign slogan was "AuH2O" died of natural causes at age 89 on May 29, 1998
    $2000 25
Paul Theroux' book "Sir Vidia's Shadow" documents his feud with this writer & 2001 Nobel Prize winner
    $2000 19
These 2 were first partnered in the 1933 film "Flying Down to Rio"
    $2000 13
If I say it's a test where you're given a verbal stimulus to which a verbal response is needed, you say it's this
    $2000 24
Gen. Burnside lasted even less time as head of this Union "Army" than McClellan or Hooker
    $2000 5
His son Abdullah took over as King of Jordan following his Feb. 7, 1999 death

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Karin Roger
$9,000 $4,400 $14,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The son of an art teacher, he became vice president of the Swiss Psychoanalytic Society in 1919

Final scores:

Alex Karin Roger
$7,400 $1 $10,300
2nd place: trip to Puerto Rico & stay at Hyatt Dorado 3rd place: trip to Rancho Mirage, California & stay at Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas New champion: $10,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alex Karin Roger
$8,600 $5,400 $12,400
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $26,400

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Game tape date: 2001-11-27
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