Show #4037 - Tuesday, March 5, 2002

Jason McCune game 1.

(Sofia: Today on Jeopardy!: costumes from the big and small screen. Test yourself--next.)


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Jason McCune, an actor originally from Jasper, Indiana

Doug Rodgers, a high school teacher from Silver Spring, Maryland

Susan McCormick, a project manager from Wynnewood, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the automaker as we go...)
    $200 3
Leodegrance, King of Cameliard, had Arthur as a son-in-law after this daughter's marriage
    $200 21
(Sofia of the Clue Crew shows off an ancient costume.) On "Hercules" or "Xena", a member of this warrior race wore the costume I'm wearing
    $200 16
This long defensive barrier was designated a World Heritage site in 1987
    $200 26
    $200 1
Before "Titanic", Kate Winslet was Marianne in the film of this "sense"-itive Austen novel
    $200 11
The name of this burrowing mammal comes from a Spanish word for someone "armed" or "armored"
    $400 6
Merlin didn't design this or buy it at Ikea--he copied it from Joseph of Arimathea
    $400 22
(Sofia of the Clue Crew shows off a feline costume.) It's the band led on-screen in 2001 by Rachel Leigh Cook in this outfit
    $400 17
Once a spokesman for General Electric, Ronald Reagan earned this nickname as President
    $400 27
    $400 2
Title characters are seen here in a '90s version of this work
    $400 12
Reniform means shaped like this bodily organ; you may have a reniform pool
    $600 7
This witch's name means she's a "fairy"
    $600 23
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows off a black Spanish wig.) In this 1998 film, Antonio Banderas cut Catherine Zeta-Jones out of the outfit I'm wearing
    $600 18
It began in the house of the king's baker in Pudding Lane on September 2, 1666
    $600 28
    $600 4
Clara Blandick played Auntie Em in "The Wizard of Oz" & Aunt Polly in a film based on this novel
    $600 13
If you know this "bovine" term for a circular window, you're right on target
    $800 8
We learned more about this nephew of Arthur in the 14th century tale titled him "and the Green Knight"
    $800 24
(Sofia of the Clue Crew shows off a band camp T-shirt.) One time at band camp, this actress wore the outfit I have on
    $800 19
In 1954 Khufu's (or Choeps') funeral ship was discovered near this landmark, his tomb
    $800 29
    $800 5
The film seen here is an adaptation of this classic American novel
    $800 14
It's a synonym for "ashen" or a term for a region within an imposed boundary; don't go "beyond" it
    $1000 9
Some accounts say Arthur still lives on this mythic island
    $1000 25
(Sofia of the Clue Crew shows off a racing outfit.) The outfit I'm wearing acted as a disguise for Cameron Diaz in this 2000 film
    DD: $1,000 20
The Flinders' passage through this was named for the British explorer who ran aground on it in 1803
    $1000 10
Burgess Meredith was nominated for an Oscar for the Hollywood version of this Nathanael West Hollywood novel
    $1000 15
This French term for a pseudonym literally means "name of war"

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

Susan Doug Jason
$1,800 $4,600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Doug Jason
$3,800 $7,000 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
Arthur Vandenberg helped found this in 1945; Arthur Goldberg was a representative to it in the '60s
    $400 26
This choreographer was the niece of the producer-director of "The Ten Commandments"
    $400 6
Puritanical, like some laws
    $400 1
In 2000 this "Three's Company" star seen here made an acclaimed Broadway debut in "The Dinner Party"
    $400 11
On March 1, 1836 this mission got 32 reinforcements; on March 6 Mexican troops broke through the walls
    $400 16
A Shari Lewis hand puppet
    $800 22
The record shows this Irish brewer came up with his Extra Stout Porter in the late 1700's
    $800 27
Born in Russia, he became an Austrian citizen in 1982 & artistic director of the Paris Opera Ballet in 1983
    $800 7
Full of exaggerated literary devices, like some prose
    $800 2
In May 2001 Eric McCormack of "Will & Grace" willed himself to play professor Harold Hill in this musical revival
    $800 12
Ali Razmara, this country's premier, was killed by a religious fanatic at a Teheran mosque March 7, 1951
    $800 17
Where the Green Bay Packers play their home games
    $1200 23
He retired from tennis in 1980 & became a social activist for AIDS research
    $1200 28
In 1905 Michel Fokine created a 3-minute dance, "The Dying" this, that became closely associated with Anna Pavlova
    $1200 8
Marine reef component
    DD: $2,000 3
You could say that playing Murray in the 2001 revival of "A Thousand Clowns" was this actor's "Magnum" opus
    $1200 13
On March 8, 1862 this Confederate ironclad sank the Union's Cumberland
    $1200 18
A 3-word term for Jesus Christ
    DD: $2,000 24
Sir Arthur Evans dubbed the civilization he dug up on this island Minoan
    $1600 29
Part Native American, her 1997 autobiography was subtitled "America's Prima Ballerina"
    $1600 9
The ducky seen here
    $1600 4
Once a Duke of Hazzard on TV, Tom Wopat is heard here on the 1999 cast album of this Broadway revival:

"Anything you can be, I can be greater /
Sooner or later, I'm greater than you..."
    $1600 14
The perfume of victory was sweet as allied troops captured this German city March 6, 1945
    $1600 19
A sparkling red wine of Italy
    $2000 25
It shouldn't take you "a thousand days" to come up with this shared name of father & son U.S. historians
    $2000 10
    $2000 5
This star of TV's "Alice" earned critical raves for the hit comedy "The Tale of the Allergist's Wife"
    $2000 15
On March 3, 1815 the U.S. declared war on Algiers as part of these wars
    $2000 20
On the big screen he was "The Highlander", & also Tarzan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Doug Jason
$8,600 $12,200 $12,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This original cabinet post created in 1789 didn't get an accompanying department until 1870

Final scores:

Susan Doug Jason
$4,399 $0 $12,241
2nd place: A trip to the Cayman Islands 3rd place: A trip to San Diego New champion: $12,241

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Doug Jason
$8,600 $12,200 $14,000
14 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2001-12-04
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