Show #4102 - Tuesday, June 4, 2002


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Julie Becker, a homemaker and artist from Seattle, Washington

Rich Hastings, a gardener from Fayetteville, Arkansas

Shari Flynn, an elementary school teacher from Mount Rainier, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
It's the dividing line between the northern & southern hemispheres
    $200 21
A gnat can beat these over 500 times a second
    $200 2
This 14-year-old female singer won a 1996 Grammy for Best New Artist
    $200 26
This second pope shares his name with a male friend of Charlie Brown (but not the blanket)
    $200 1
It's a curved piece of plastic or metal used to ease one's heel into a tight-fitting boot
    $200 11
At the beginning of this classic TV show, a sheriff & his son carry their fishing rods down to a lake
    $400 17
When the top of one of these collapses, a caldera remains
    $400 22
Invented by Dietrich Winkel, this musical device can sound a steady beat at various speeds
    $400 3
In 1972 California governor Ronald Reagan granted a full pardon to this "Okie from Muskogee"
    $400 27
He was the first pope who wasn't born in Italy
    $400 7
From 1970 to 1999 he held the record for career victories as a jockey
    $400 12
This action of fishermen is also a term for selecting the performers for a film
    $600 18
It's a small body of water, or how the British refer to the Atlantic
    $600 23
This battery-operated device is implanted to stimulate the heart to beat in a normal rhythm
    $600 4
In 1995 Vince Gill recorded "I Will Always Love You", a hit duet with this woman, the song's composer
    $600 28
This name taken by 8 popes means of or relating to a city
    $600 8
This smooth-soled variety of tap dancing was made famous by George Primrose
    $600 13
No mistake, a gaff is a large one of these on a handle used to help land large fish
    $800 19
It's a bit of land lower than the surrounding area, or a jazzy street in New Orleans
    $800 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew dances in costume while clicking with hand-held wooden instruments.) From the Spanish for "chestnuts", these instruments put the beat in flamenco dancing
    $800 5
This "Red-Headed Stranger" wrote "Crazy" for Patsy Cline
    $800 29
His reign as pope, 34 days long, was the shortest in modern history
    $800 9
Say it ain't this disgraced 1919 Chicago White Sox ballplayer
    $800 14
A Canada goose & a large rainbow trout are featured in the logo of this popular hunting & fishing magazine
    DD: $1,500 20
This term for a chain of islands came from the Greek name for the Aegean Sea
    $1000 25
A common effect of lightning injury is this, defined as a heartbeat of over 100 beats per minute
    $1000 6
On May 31, 1991 this "Forever And Ever, Amen" singer married his longtime manager Lib Hatcher
    $1000 30
In 1964 this pope canonized 22 Christian Ugandan martyrs killed in the 19th century
    $1000 10
This large East African wading bird sports shaggy gray plumage & long legs
    $1000 15
It's the 2-word term for a reel-less inexpensive bamboo fishing rod

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

Shari Rich Julie
$1,400 $1,800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shari Rich Julie
$1,900 $600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
The Meech Lake Accord, which recognized this province as a distinct society, failed to win approval in 1990
    $400 1
Spencer Tracy
    $400 17
The white liquid inside this fruit is its water; its milk is made by crushing the "meat"
    $400 6
To use a concealed microphone like a member of the order Hemiptera
    $400 24
Wordsworth defined this form of literature as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings"
    $400 11
What we usually call the gray & white matter is the nerve tissue of the spinal cord & this organ
    $800 18
The 1967 World's Fair held in this city celebrated the city's 325th anniversary & Canada's centennial
    $800 2
Cuba Gooding Jr.
    $800 20
Slice the carambola, seen here, crosswise & you'll see why it has this alternate name
    $800 7
To continually nag a spouse like a Gallus domesticus
    $800 25
The Hugo work whose title means "the wretched" is known worldwide by this French title
    $800 12
The uterine tubes known as oviducts are also called these, after the man who discovered them
    $1200 19
In 1874 Lt. Colonel George Arthur French became the first commissioner of this law enforcement agency
    $1200 3
Chris Farley
    $1200 21
The tree that bears this fruit, often used to make chutney, is sacred in India
    DD: $2,000 8
To treat somebody like a celebrity like a Panthera leo
    $1200 26
The Romantic nationalist composer Bedrich Smetana was born in 1824 in what's now this republic
    $1200 13
Too much insulin in the body can cause this condition in which there's too little sugar in the blood
    $1600 29
In 1534 this Frenchman became the first European to set foot on the Gaspe Peninsula & sail up the St. Lawrence River
    $1600 4
Jeff & Beau Bridges
    DD: $3,000 22
This pear-shaped tropical fruit has edible black seeds that resemble peppercorns & can be ground & used like pepper
    $1600 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stretches to read over Cheryl's shoulder.) It's to do what I'm doing, like a bird of the family Gruidae
    $1600 27
This composer was the great-grandson of a poor Jewish scribe named Mendel
    $1600 14
These oil glands that keep your skin & hair lubricated are especially plentiful on your face & scalp
    $2000 30
In 1670 this British firm was granted the charter to establish fur trading posts in Canada
    $2000 5
Jason Patric & Kiefer Sutherland
    $2000 23
Captain Bligh was on a trip to Tahiti to get trees of this tropical fruit when that whole mutiny thing went down
    $2000 10
To categorize something into a narrow slot without a great deal of thought like a Columba livia
    $2000 28
This first name of several Romantic writers was the last name of Caspar David, whose artwork is seen here
    $2000 15
It's the -ology that studies the structure, function & diseases of the bones

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shari Rich Julie
$14,500 $12,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Music Man" composer Meredith Willson wrote the song "Banners And Bonnets" for this organization

Final scores:

Shari Rich Julie
$4,500 $24,400 $7,100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $24,400 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Shari Rich Julie
$14,600 $11,400 $8,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,600

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Game tape date: 2002-02-05
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