Show #3850 - Friday, May 4, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.


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Amanda Trujillo, a junior from Carson, California

Andy Siegler, a senior from Cinnaminson, New Jersey

Graham Gilmer, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In early 2001 L.A. got 14" of rain; this city got 5" of rain & a 6.8 jolt that trapped people in its Space Needle
    $100 12
Alyson Hannigan, seen here, is one of the stars of this "killer" show
    $100 15
Read N' Play Tommy Pickles is one of the toys based on this TV series
    $100 22
Ask a friend to set you up with one of his acquaintances for this kind of date; a seeing-eye dog is not required
    $100 7
In driver's training you learn this light means to slow down & be prepared to stop, not hurry up to beat the red
    $100 2
This character has dealt with a "Goblet of Fire", but let's see how he handles his film's producers
    $200 27
In December 2000 this country felt several small quakes around Popocatepetl
    $200 13
Brooke & Sam are Kennedy High students who are trying to be this, the title of their show
    $200 16
A Hungarian inventor is famous for this puzzling cube
    $200 23 recommends if you meet someone online, your first date should be this type -- with another couple
    $200 8
In some classes, time goes as slowly as this sweet liquid "in January"
    $200 3
This female WWF wrestler, the "9th Wonder of the World", was on the bestseller list with "If They Only Knew"
    DD: $1,000 28
The Jan. 26, 2001 quake centered in this country was felt in Bangladesh, 1,200 miles across the Bay of Bengal
    $300 14
Lauren Graham & Alexis Bledel are mom & daughter Lorelai & Rory, the title "Girls" on this drama
    $300 17
Parker Bros. recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of this take-over-the-world board game
    $300 24
Emily Post recommends you ask for a date to this senior year dance at least a month in advance
    $300 9
Mimic this gastropod's "pace" when walking to school & you may get there by sixth period
    $300 4
This author of legal thrillers returned to the real courtroom in '96 & won a career-best $683,500 verdict
    $400 29
A 1964 quake in this state caused tsunamis as far away as Siberia, & Hawaii & California
    $400 20
Get over yourself & name this group formed on "Popstars"
    $400 18
This doll first came out way back in 1915; Andy soon followed
    $400 25
"The Girl Code" says the way your date treats this restaurant employee is how he'll treat you in 6 months
    $400 10
As a verb, the name of this golf club means "to occupy yourself in a leisurely way"
    $400 5
He was a chicken farmer & an axle grease salesman before writing "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz"
    $500 30
On Jan. 13, 2001 a 7.6 temblor rocked this tiny Central American nation; a 6.6 quake hit exactly one month later
    $500 21
Turns out that some of the teens in this title town are aliens
    $500 19
Model maker that merged with Monogram; the company sells about 50% of all the kits sold in the U.S.
    $500 26
Title of an Ellen Fein-Sherrie Schneider book; No. 28 says not to act like a boy around a boy you like
    $500 11
As a verb, it's followed by "away" to mean slowly waste your money; as a noun, it's a deep-fried battered cake
    $500 6
This oldest-ever heavyweight champ knocked out a "Knock-Out-the-Fat Barbeque and Grilling Cookbook"

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

Graham Andy Amanda
$400 $1,300 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Graham Andy Amanda
$3,300 $1,500 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Quaker received a tract of land west of the Delaware River as repayment of a debt owed to his dad by Charles II
    $200 3
"The Perfect Nanny" & "Let's Go Fly a Kite"
    $200 11
The Sacramento River rises near Mount Shasta & empties into the Pacific at this colorful "Gate"
    $200 23
Dad says you might get burned, so don't stand close to the rim of an active one of these geologic features
    $200 16
Involved in balance, the fluid-filled semicircular canals are located in this part of the body
    $200 21
The place is the hometown of the Backstreet Boys; the person is the hero of "As You Like It"
    $400 2
Of Quaker descent, this revolutionary pamphleteer wrote an "Epistle to the Quakers" in 1776
    $400 7
"Son of Man" & "You'll Be in My Heart"
    $400 12
This river forms the boundary between Arizona & California
    $400 24
Special training & equipment are required when wrestling one of these large creatures
    $400 17
The term malocclusion refers to the improper meeting of these
    $400 22
The thing is what's cut from the object seen here; the person is the woman who sang "Foolish Games"
    $600 4
Roger Williams disagreed with Quaker teachings but was a friend to the Friends, providing refuge in this colony
    DD: $700 8
"I've Got No Strings" & "Little Woodenhead"
    $600 13
Chief ports on this river include Sioux City, Omaha & Kansas City
    $600 25
Mom might suggest hiring a Sherpa if you're planning a yak trek across this range between India & Nepal
    $600 18
As a child you have 33 of these bones that make up the spine; later some fuse together
    $600 30
The place is another word for Australia's outback; the person is the most powerful man in the world
    $800 5
Quaker printer William Bradford was acquited in a colonial trial concerning what became this First Amendment right
    $800 9
"Go the Distance" & "Oh Mighty Zeus"
    DD: $1,500 14
It flows from Pittsburgh to Cairo, Illinois, where it empties into the Mississippi River
    $800 28
It might be a bit painful to self-apply one of these body designs whose name is from a Tahitian word
    $800 19
The iris, or colored part of the eye, is covered by this transparent outer layer of tissue
    $800 29
The thing is what a lumberjack leaves behind; the place is where a politician speaks
    $1000 6
Francis, the father of this 37th U.S. president, became a Quaker after marrying Hannah Milhous
    $1000 10
"A Girl Worth Fighting For" & "True to Your Heart"
    $1000 15
This chief tributary of the Columbia River is navigable inland to Lewiston, Idaho
    $1000 27
Bring a coat if launching yourself in a probe towards this planet about 318 times the mass of Earth
    $1000 20
Helped by axons & dendrites, nerve cells called these conduct impulses around the body
    $1000 26
The place is a partly enclosed body of water; the thing is a laurel tree

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Graham Andy Amanda
$11,700 $4,300 $5,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE '90s
In 1998 Andrew Thomas became the seventh & last American to live aboard this

Final scores:

Graham Andy Amanda
$11,783 $8,600 $1,600
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Graham Andy Amanda
$10,200 $4,300 $5,100
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
13 R,
1 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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Game tape date: 2001-04-11
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