Show #3849 - Thursday, May 3, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.


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Nicole Reimer, a junior from Columbus, Ohio

Colleen Mahoney, a sophomore from East Hampton, Connecticut

Tom Hartmann, a junior from San Antonio, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 17
Of the Loire, the Seine or the Drome, the river that runs through a national capital city
    $100 1
According to the series title, parcel delivery man Doug Heffernan is the "King of" this
    $100 6
A squirrel uses this fluffy appendage for balance when it leaps & climbs
    $100 10
Cream cheese was invented in this country in 1872
    $100 11
On this date in separate years "America" was first sung publicly and "America the Beautiful" was first published
    $100 23
Sensitive names for kids who get these include "Train Tracks", "Metal Mouth" & "Tin Grin"
    $200 18
Of the Shannon, the Boyne or the Mackenzie, the river that's not in Ireland
    $200 2
On "Just Shoot Me", this "SNL" alum plays Dennis Finch, the power-hungry assistant of Jack Gallo
    $200 7
Wow! The upside-down type of this "feline" fish really does swim upside-down
    $200 22
Nationality of the cream cheese-filled pastry seen here
    $200 12
Yitzhak Rabin is seen here shaking hands with this adversary on Sept. 13, 1993
    $200 24
Lipslide, tailslide & mongo-foot are terms from this activity
    $300 19
Of the Gabon, the Gallego or the Ganges, the river that's named for a Hindu goddess
    $300 3
A 1998 CD of music from this sitcom featured "Cleveland Rocks" & "Five O'Clock World"
    $300 8
The basket type of this undersea animal seen here probably isn't the kind you have in your bathtub
    $300 28
This form that cream cheese is sold in is perfect for the third pig's home
    DD: $1,000 14
On May 20, 1921 President Harding presented to this woman a capsule of radium with a street value of $100,000
    $300 25
Bart Simpson once observed of a show that he didn't think it was possible, but it "both sucks and" does this
    $400 20
Of the St. Joseph, the St. Lawrence or the St. Francis, the river that serves as a border between 2 nations
    $400 4
Mrs. Mamie Dubcek is the colorful landlady of this alien family on "3rd Rock from the Sun"
    $400 9
Some of these fleshy growths that top roosters' heads are V-shaped & some look like a walnut
    $400 29
Philadelphia cream cheese advertises itself as "A Little Taste of" this
    $400 15
In 1825, 50 years after this June 17, 1775 battle, the Marquis de Lafayette helped dedicate a monument to it
    $400 26
Mom & Dad, or what they probably don't make kids pay
    $500 21
Of the Tagus, the Tarsus or the Taro, the river that runs through southern Turkey
    $500 5
It's the New York City coffee house where the "Friends" gang hangs out
    $500 13
This arthropod is nicknamed the "hundred-legger", though some may have 170 pairs of legs
    $500 30
Yiddish term for a thin pancake folded around a filling of cottage & cream cheese
    $500 16
This Spanish conqueror of Peru & the Incas was killed by his former followers June 26, 1541
    $500 27
To college kids Za isn't a chemical element, it's this popular delivery item

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

Tom Colleen Nicole
$2,000 $2,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Colleen Nicole
$3,100 $3,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Yeah, I suppose it does!)
    $200 1
He complained to Tom Sawyer that the widow Douglas "makes me wash"
    $200 14
When dissecting something in biology, that bad odor may be this preservative derived from methyl alcohol
    $200 17
So far it's had 16 chief justices, starting with John Jay & ending with William Rehnquist
    $200 7
In Philly in 1974 Dr. Audrey Evans & the Eagles' Fred Hill built this fast-food character's first "House"
    $200 4
"After Eden" dramatizes what happened to this couple after they left the garden
    $200 8
It's the White House room where the president works
    $400 2
Ishmael called him the incarnation of "all the subtle demonisms of life and thought"
    $400 15
This appropriately-named insect uses its disagreeable odor to protect itself from enemies
    $400 18
It's what EPA stands for in the name of a government body established Dec. 2, 1970
    $400 16
This male R&B group was formed in Philly & its hits include "Motownphilly"
    $400 13
"Coppelia" is subtitled "The Girl with Enamel Eyes" because Coppelia is one of these toys
    $400 9
Confidentially, it's a 3-word journalistic phrase meaning "not to be quoted"
    $600 3
This J.D. Salinger novel tells the story of 2 days in the life of a 16-year-old boy
    $600 19
Skunk musk is actually an organic compound of this element, symbol S
    DD: $1,000 20
As of Jan. 20, 2001, it's the annual salary of the U.S. president, double what it was for the previous office holder
    $600 23
He first went to Philadelphia in 1723 because he heard printer Andrew Bradford's best worker had died
    $600 26
The Royal Danish Ballet marked the start of its 2000 season with a free outdoor show in this Danish capital
    $600 10
Differing from the usual or expected, or a description of bad drumming
    $800 5
Brom Bones tells the story of the Headless Horseman in "The Legend of" this place
    $800 29
These "salts" contain ammonium carbonate, which, when inhaled, relieves faintness
    $800 21
This amendment to the U.S. Constitution says that no person has to be a "witness against himself"
    $800 24
Philadelphia-born anthropologists include this "Coming of Age in Samoa" author seen here
    $800 27
If you're "Home Alone", you may want to rent the 1993 film of "The Nutcracker", with this young star in the title role
    $800 11
It's the California rock group that asked us to "Come Out and Play" in '94
    DD: $800 6
This Jack London title canine is tormented by one of his owners to make him savage enough to win dogfights
    $1000 30
The corpse flower's repulsive stench attracts pollinators in the Sumatran rain forests of this country
    $1000 22
(Jimmy Carter gives the clue from the Carter Center in Atlanta) The Democratic Party's donkey dates back to this presidential candidate's 1828 campaign
    $1000 25
The work of John Peto, shown here, used the technique of trompe l'oiel, or "do this" to the eye
    $1000 28
"This Property is Condemned " is based on a 1-act play by this author of "The Glass Menagerie"
    $1000 12
It's professional drama in NYC in small theaters; its awards are called Obies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Colleen Nicole
$5,500 $7,600 $4,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this provincial capital means "queen" in Latin

Final scores:

Tom Colleen Nicole
$2,500 $4,100 $1,800
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Colleen Nicole
$5,500 $6,900 $6,000
19 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 2001-04-11
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