Show #3852 - Tuesday, May 8, 2001

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


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Colleen Mahoney, a sophomore from East Hampton, Connecticut

Alexis Stephens, a senior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Logan Bell, a senior from Rock Falls, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Mayor Van Wyck broke ground for a tunnel to Grand Central Terminal for a subway serving this city
    $100 8
Don't let it scare you but this October holiday was originally a Celtic festival for the dead
    $100 1
Yeah, "Baby", this was the title of Britney's debut album
    $100 21
This peanut butter cup is one of Hershey's bestselling products
    $100 22
The word dungeon entered English in the 14th C. from this language's word donjon, meaning castle keep
    $100 7
Traditionally, it's the section of telephone directories that lists businesses alphabetically by type
    $200 17
Karl Landsteiner discovered there were 4 of these: A, B, O & AB
    $200 13
That's Wright! National Aviation Day, August 19, is celebrated on the birthday of this man
    $200 2
Are they just friends? Britney's been linked romantically to Justin Timberlake of this band
    $200 28
In addition to candy, Hershey also makes Luden's, a brand of these
    $200 23
The monster emerging from a dungeon here was seen in this 1931 movie
    $200 9
This area of closely-cropped grass surrounds each hole in golf
    $300 18
The 1st time it was held, this So. Cal. bowl game was such a rout that chariot races replaced it for the next 14 years
    $300 14
We salute you if you know that this June 14 observance is a legal holiday in Pennsylvania
    $300 3
Britney's song "Soda Pop" is on the soundtrack of this TV show starring Melissa Joan Hart
    $300 27
Here's something to chew on: Hershey's markets the Twizzlers brand of this candy
    $300 24
Jeremy Irons & Marlon Wayans starred in this 2000 adventure film based on a popular role-playing game
    $300 10
These movie & TV awards are presented annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association
    $400 19
The 1901 Platt Amendment allowed the U.S. to intervene in this formerly Spanish, now Communist island
    $400 15
It's the holiday celebrated on the stamp seen here
    $400 4
Sharing her small-town-girl success story, Britney wrote the book "Heart to Heart" with this family member
    $400 29
Acquired in 1996, it's the classic seen here
    $400 25
This "Tower" fortress built by William the Conqueror in 1078 has served as a dungeon, a zoo & a palace
    $400 11
Term for the illegal buying or selling of goods in violation of rationing or price controls
    $500 20
This 1904 Puccini opera partly inspired a 1980s play that just uses the letter M.
    DD: $1,000 16
Peter McGuire, secretary of a carpenters & joiners union, is often credited with suggesting this holiday
    $500 5
At age 11, Britney joined the cast of this TV "Club" for 2 seasons
    $500 30
In 1938 Nestle introduced its Crunch bar & Hershey introduced this rival
    $500 26
In a Dumas novel, this "Count" unjustly spends 14 years in an island dungeon
    $500 12
It's the alternate title of "Hans Brinker", the Mary Mapes Dodge tale of an impoverished Dutch boy

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

Logan Alexis Colleen
$1,600 $800 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Logan Alexis Colleen
$3,700 $1,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

IT'S PG-13
    $200 4
While we have 23 pairs of these in each cell, the fruit fly makes do with 4, only 1 of them sex-related
    $200 20
Lake Xochimilco in this North American country is only inches deep
    $200 9
In it, Kirsten Dunst finds her cheerleader routines were stolen from East Compton
    $200 16
Hillary Clinton succeeded her as first lady
    $200 27
The family was launched to fame by Owen Tudor, an adventurer from this country of western Great Britain
    $200 1
I' sells the magnetic & gyroscopic types of this device
    $400 5
2000 news: the Gunnison sage grouse isn't just another northern sage grouse, but a new one of this classification
    $400 21
Near Wilberforce University, the city of Xenia in this U.S. state is 15 miles southeast of Dayton
    $400 10
As FBI agent Gracie Hart, she became Gracie Lou Freebush & was voted "Miss Congeniality"
    $400 17
This actor who plays detective Sorenson replaced Jimmy Smits on "NYPD Blue"
    $400 28
Elizabeth I might have personally congratulated him after the 1594 premiere of his play "Love's Labour's Lost"
    $400 2
Deadyet?.com has a great page on these early Christian burial chambers near Rome
    $600 6
An acre of soil contains billions of nematodes, the round type of these seen here under the microscope
    $600 22
7 miles west of Wesel in this European country is the town of Xanten on the Rhine River
    $600 11
Sigourney Weaver & this actress form a party of two "Heartbreakers"
    $600 18
He followed Gilbert Amelio as Apple Computer's CEO
    $600 30
In brief: Born in Greenwich in 1491, becomes king at 17, has some pope problems & oh, yeah -- 6 wives
    $600 3
Let' reviews these harvesting machines that cut & thresh grain in the field
    $800 7
From the Latin for "parchment", this semi-permeable barrier surrounds a cell's cytoplasm
    $800 23
You'll find the seaport of Xiamen in this Asian nation's Fujian province
    $800 12
In this 2000 film Jackie Chan was in the Old West; what could be funnier?
    $800 19
He took over from Ehud Barak as prime minister of Israel
    $800 29
Henry Tudor reigned supreme after Richard III's death at this "Field" in 1485
    $800 14
At be-a-bee!.com you can learn to build this hexagonal wax chamber
    DD: $1,100 8
At Prague Tech, we wonder if this physics professor's voice got higher as he moved toward you
    DD: $1,500 24
Flowing north through Mato Grosso state, the Xingu River covers over 1,200 miles in this South American country
    $1000 13
In this Dennis Quaid film, a ham radio links a father & son across time
    $1000 25
Seen here, he's the successor to Larry O'Brien as NBA commissioner
    $1000 26
Mary I's reign began in 1553 after a 9-day "interruption" by this lady, who didn't even want the crown
    $1000 15
At newyou!.com you can learn to transplant genes into a different type of creature & create this type of DNA

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Logan Alexis Colleen
$4,900 $4,500 $5,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 2 U.S. state capitals that begin with the names of months

Final scores:

Logan Alexis Colleen
$7,900 $8,740 $9,900
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Logan Alexis Colleen
$4,900 $5,100 $4,900
23 R,
5 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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Game tape date: 2001-04-12
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