Show #4030 - Friday, February 22, 2002

(Sarah: Jeopardy! will get your mind and your body in shape--coming up next.)


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Dan Cherkis, a software developer from Richmond, Virginia

Tana Lee, a sales assistant from Washington, D.C.

Roger Christensen, a registered nurse and pre-med student from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
The issue is dated March 3, 1923 & this president is the first person mentioned in it
    $200 1
Nothing proverbs include "Nothing have, nothing crave" & "Nothing ventured, nothing" this
    $200 25
Bill Cosby knows that this dessert brand is a mix of sugar, fruit flavoring & gelatin
    $200 21
The Random House word menu dates scratching, synthpop & new age back to this decade
    $200 5
A drill instructor who shouts "Drop and give me twenty!" means twenty of these
    $200 6
Madison's streetcars
    $400 8
With more slapstick than "The Kid", this man's new film "The Pilgrim" was a "funny example of custard-piety"
    $400 2
Jewish actor John Banner played Rudolf Hess as well as this "I know nothing!" TV sergeant
    $400 26
Voiced by Cosby, this not-exactly-svelte character was known for his catchphrase, "Hey, Hey, Hey!"
    $400 22
The large orchestras in the swing era were dubbed with this alliterative name
    $400 17
In the step type of this form of exercise a platform can be raised to make you work harder
    $400 7
Nixon's blowouts
    $600 9
Mon dieu! Prof. Charles Henri can speed up this process in new wine with a 60,000 volt electrostatic field
    $600 3
This "medical" artist released the 1993 hit "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang"
    $600 28
Cosby produced "Men of Honor", about Navy diver Carl Brashear, starring this "Jerry Maguire" Oscar winner
    $600 23
"Everybody's talkin' 'bout the new sound, funny, but it's still" this to Billy Joel
    $600 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew exercises on an exercise bike.) Referring to exercise that raises your heart rate & gets your blood flowing, "cardio" is short for this
    $600 10
Lincoln's small supernatural creatures
    $800 13
A column suggested this "mythical" James Joyce novel was written by picking words at random from a hat
    DD: $1,000 4
Shakespeare play that features the bumbling policeman named Dogberry
    $800 29
On this "cloak & dagger" '60s show, Bill played Tempe grad & Rhodes Scholar Alexander Scott
    $800 24
Kenny Vance & the Planotones are out there performing in this '50s vocal style
    $800 19
It sounds like what Simon of Cyrene did in the Gospels, but it means varying your activities for all-around fitness
    $800 11
Truman's hunches
    $1000 14
Obits included Thomas Shaw, last survivor of this hard-charging British military group, subject of a famous poem
    $1000 16
Something that's no big deal is described in this phrase; we presume it also covers a boring e-mail to mom
    $1000 27
Reggae came out of Jamaica; this popular '50s style came from a samba-like style of Trinidad
    $1000 20
It's the "electrical" term for the amount of weight or pressure involved in an exercise
    $1000 12
Hoover's hints

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Roger tana Dan
$5,000 -$600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger tana Dan
$7,800 -$1,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 5
A barbecue takes place at Twelve Oaks, the Wilkes family plantation, in chapter VI of this novel
    $400 15
He made his Hollywood debut with "Rosemary's Baby" the same year he married Sharon Tate
    $400 2
"Big 'D'"
    $400 1
It's the act of occupying a building as a form of protest
    $400 9
It's the "numerical" bar where you can relax & have a drink after a round of golf
    $400 24
WWII's Battle of the Coral Sea was the first naval battle in which these, not the ships, did the attacking
    $800 23
(Sofia of the Clue Crew ascends a staircase.) I'm here on the hidden staircase in this mysterious house that inspired a Nathaniel Hawthorne novel
    $800 16
He passed away in 1999 just months before the release of his final film, "Eyes Wide Shut"
    $800 3
The "Big Easy"
    $800 4
After the Battle of the Little Bighorn, this leader stood up & escaped to Canada
    $800 13
These tissues that may be smooth or skeletal countract & relax, thereby producing the movement of body parts
    $800 25
By flooding it, large mock naval battles were often held in this largest Roman amphitheater
    $1200 20
In a Thomas Love Peacock novel, Headlong Hall is Squire Headlong's country home in this U.K. principality
    $1200 17
Last name of Jonathan, who directed "Philadelphia" & nephew Ted, who directed "Blow"
    $1200 10
In Nevada:
"The Biggest Little City in the World"
    $1200 6
The name of this instrument is from the Hindi for "3-stringed", though it has more
    DD: $4,000 14
You can relax & enjoy the 47 thermal bodies of water at this Arkansas national park
    $1200 26
After losing more than 60 ships in the summer of 1588, this Spanish fleet limped home in defeat
    $1600 21
Mr. Lockwood becomes Mr. Heathcliff's tenant at Thrushcross Grange in chapter 1 of this novel
    $1600 18
Czech out "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" & "The People vs. Larry Flynt"; he directed both
    $1600 11
In Ohio: the "Birthplace of Aviation"
    $1600 7
Last name of Dame Edith, known for her poem "Still Falls the Rain"
    $1600 30
From the French for "relax", it was the relaxation of Cold War tensions between the U.S. & the U.S.S.R.
    DD: $4,000 27
The British lost no ships & the French about 20 when their naval forces clashed in this 1805 battle near Cadiz, Spain
    $2000 22
In a novel by Sir Walter Scott, this title character & his father Cedric are held captive in Torquilstone Castle
    $2000 19
This director of "He Got Game" has the real first name of Shelton
    $2000 12
"The Steel City" of Indiana
    $2000 8
It's not the larch, it's the variety of spruce seen here
    $2000 29
"Art raises its head when religions relax their hold", once remarked this ubermensch philosopher
    $2000 28
In one of the largest naval battles ever, over 250 ships took part in the 1916 battle off this Danish peninsula

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger tana Dan
$17,000 $5,800 $12,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This pro sports team has 3 official mascots: Edgar, Allan & Poe

Final scores:

Roger tana Dan
$32,000 $11,600 $24,000
2-day champion: $42,300 3rd place: trip to Southern California with stay at Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort 2nd place: trip by Delta Vacations to Palm Beach in Aruba with stay at Holiday Inn Sunspree

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger tana Dan
$14,000 $5,800 $9,600
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
8 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $29,400

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Game tape date: 2001-11-27
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