Show #3847 - Tuesday, May 1, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 2.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.


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Farah Zolghadr, a sophomore from Springfield, Illinois

Misti Coronel, a senior from Pottstown, Pennsylvania

Ryan Ballengee, a senior from Pasadena, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the continent as we give you...)
    $100 1
In 1 Samuel 17 he defeats Goliath
    $100 7
"Scream Creek" parodies slasher films & teen TV shows, like this one nicknamed "The Creek"
    $100 11
Mt. McKinley
    $100 25
The "stack" types of these are designed so that you can wear 2 or more on the same finger
    $100 18
3 main types of these star systems are irregular, spiral & elliptical
    $100 6
To vanish from sight, or what 100 dollars will do from your score if you answer incorrectly
    $200 2
Luke 4:23 tells a person in this profession: "Heal thyself"
    $200 8
This 13-year-old brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter appeared in "Seussical the Musical" in 2001
    $200 17
Mt. Everest
    $200 28
In the early 1900s Kokichi Mikimoto developed the process of producing these "cultured" gems
    $200 20
In 1066, 1758 & 1985 this celestial traveler appeared in our skies
    $200 12
It's a desire for food or drink; Guns N' Roses had one "for Destruction"
    $300 3
Numbers chapter 6 gives rules for the Nazarites, like Samson, including not cutting this
    $300 9
"Inappropriate" is a hit teen musical created at the DeSisto School in Stockbridge in this New England state
    $300 19
Mt. Kilimanjaro
    $300 29
The Regent, a famous one of these gems, was once known as the Pitt (in honor of Sir Thomas, not Brad)
    $300 22
This 16th century Polish church administrator seen here had a fundamental impact on astronomy
    $300 14
This bottled beverage's flavors include "Power Berry Smoothie" & "Orange Tropic"
    $400 4
The 10 Plagues, including locusts, appear in chapters 7 to 11 of this book of the Bible
    $400 10
A play about "D'Artagnan and" this Dumas trio became a big hit with teens in Rio
    $400 21
Mt. Aconcagua
    $400 26
You can gaze at the French crown jewels in the Galerie d'Apollon of this French museum
    DD: $800 23
They're the only 2 planets in our solar system whose orbits cross
    $400 15
If you "upset" one of these, you've ruined someone' plans (or his fruit)
    $500 5
Problem for which couples Hannah & Elkanah and Abraham & Sarah would likely have sought medical help
    $500 13
James Barbour plays Mr. Rochester in the new musical based on this Bronte novel
    $500 27
Mt. Elbrus
    $500 30
Following the example of her comedienne mom, this TV personality seen here has her own line of jewelry on QVC
    $500 24
It's the "super" celestial event glimpsed here by the Hubble Telescope
    $500 16
Drink up this "app", a hot espresso coffee topped with steamed & foamed milk

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ryan Misti Farah
$1,300 $2,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Misti Farah
$4,600 $2,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In 1524 peasants, influenced by the teachings of this German religious leader, started an uprising
    $200 9
In the playground riddle it's what's big & red & eats rocks
    $200 3
It's a performer who's good at keeping several items airborne by tossing, catching & retossing them
    $200 21
The kids she adopted can spend hours watching her in videos of "The Flintstones" & "Harriet the Spy"
    $200 2
Ailuromaniacs really love these animals, like Felix or Garfield
    $200 1
It's the more grounded name of the creature seen here, also called a nightcrawler
    $400 27
In July 1588 this "invincible" Spanish fleet of ships approached England ready for battle
    $400 10
Trouble ensued when Jill & Jack went on a nursery rhyme mission to fetch one of these
    $400 5
"Positional" type of comedy being performed here
    $400 22
Haunted by an animated dancing baby on "Ally McBeal", this actress now has a real child
    $400 18
If you're thinking about setting the stage on fire right now, you have this "mania" (& please don't)
    $400 14
A lofty social class is called the "upper" this, also a geological word for the Earth's outermost part
    DD: $1,000 28
Under the 1929 Lateran Treaty Roman Catholicism became Italy's official religion, & this became an independent state
    $600 11
Word puzzle seen here, it's a movie song, or a good way to catch pneumonia:
    $600 6
It's the process of replacing a foreign language dialogue track with one in English
    $600 23
This actress' kids can watch Grandma in "Psycho" or Mom in the "Halloween" films; hmm, maybe they shouldn't
    $600 19
You have a really high opinion of yourself if you've got theomania, the belief that you are this
    $600 15
Seen here, Marmota monax is better known as a woodchuck, or as this
    $800 29
Thousands, including Pliny the Elder, perished after this volcano blew its top in 79 A.D.
    $800 12
It's the total number of years in 1,001 centuries
    $800 7
If you tend to get all bent out of shape like these Cirque du Soleil girls seen here, this job is for you
    $800 24
Now for some good news: this anchorwoman & Maury Povich adopted a beautiful boy
    $800 20
Don't "flounder"; tell us about ichthyomania, a fascination with these
    DD: $2,000 16
As a noun, it's the top layer of the Earth's surface; as a verb, it means to make something dirty
    $1000 30
Politics aside, in 1980 strikes in Gdansk & other Polish cities led to the formation of this labor union
    $1000 13
It's the only state in the United States whose name ends in a "K"
    $1000 8
A small film role: an unknown has a "bit part", but a famous person makes this guest appearance
    $1000 25
She adopted a baby before marrying TV writer-producer David E. Kelley
    $1000 26
Sure, I was an astronaut...okay, I just exhibited signs of mythomania, or the impulse to do this
    $1000 17
Also meaning innovative, it's the type of ceremony seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Misti Farah
$8,000 $7,400 $9,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

This agency's website for kids includes the games "Break the Code", "Try a Disguise" & a geography quiz

Final scores:

Ryan Misti Farah
$15,000 $8,800 $6,500
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ryan Misti Farah
$7,200 $7,400 $7,800
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
18 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 2001-04-11
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