Show #3855 - Friday, May 11, 2001

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


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Colleen Mahoney, a sophomore from East Hampton, Connecticut (subtotal of $0)

Graham Gilmer, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia (subtotal of $12,000)

Andy Siegler, a senior from Cinnaminson, New Jersey (subtotal of $4,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
A statue of King Kamehameha I stands guard outside the judiciary building in this capital city
    $100 15
Livestock successfully stage rebellion, pigs end up blowing it for everyone
    $100 11
The appendage seen here gives this variety of snake its name
    $100 1
A1, Take That & the Spice Girls are all musical acts from this country
    $100 13
This hot dog condiment is basically chopped sweet pickles
    $100 24
Headgear for a king, or part of a tooth
    $200 3
From 1701 to 1875 New Haven & this city were twin capitals of Connecticut; today it's the only one
    $200 16
Title guy shipwrecks, ends up on 28-year island getaway, makes a friend, goes home
    $200 12
Snakes are found naturally on every continent except this one
    $200 7
Of King Ad Rock, Thugmuffin C, MCA or Mike D, the one who's not a member of the Beastie Boys
    $200 22
The "Kid' seen here represents these snacks
    $200 30
It "goes before a fall" & before "Prejudice" in a Jane Austen title
    $300 4
The capitol building in this city was designed by Thomas Jefferson
    $300 17
2 guys dream of owning a farm, one kills the boss' daughter-in-law, then his pal kills him
    $300 14
There are king & Asian species of this "charming" snake seen here
    $300 8
In 1998 Will Smith was "Gettin'" to the No. 1 spot on the charts with this song
    $300 23
Chicken chunks & chopped veggies in a rich sauce topped with a pastry crust are baked in this "pie"
    $300 29
It's the zodiac sign symbolized by a ram
    DD: $500 5
The French called a land formation La Petite Roche, thus giving this capital its name
    $400 18
Frenchman swipes some bread, gets 19 years, gets out, gets pursued by a cop who dies
    $400 20
This highly venomous snake of the eastern U.S. has red & black bands separated by yellow ones
    $400 9
That "Fly" band Sugar Ray is led by this heartthrob lead singer
    $400 28
Part of a British breakfast, this jam is made from bitter Seville oranges, including the rinds
    $400 26
Soup's on! & we need this long-handled spoon or scoop to serve it
    $500 6
This state capital is in the Green Mountains along the Winooski River
    $500 19
Con man checks into mental hospital to avoid prison farm, meets nasty nurse, doesn't check out
    $500 21
The name of this deadly mottled brown snake of the tropics is from the French for "lance head"
    $500 10
Known for '80s hits like "The Reflex" & "Hungry Like the Wolf", this band charted in the '90s with "Come Undone"
    $500 27
The French have Catherine de Medici to thank for introducing this sprouting Italian veggie to them
    $500 25
It can be an object from the past, or a personal item associated with a saint

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Andy Graham Colleen
$900 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Graham Colleen
$2,100 $3,100 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It's obviously a young theme!)
    $200 2
He was the only U.S. president to die in the 18th century
    $200 1
[clue missing because of technical glitch]
    $200 21
Like voters in the USA, young women seeking to compete in the Miss Thailand contest must be at least this age
    $200 8
Not even a wheelchair & voice synthesizer can stop him from unlocking the secrets of the universe
    $200 13
Chicago's United Center & Salt Lake City's Delta Center are named for this type of business
    $200 24
An informal talk about flying mammals
    DD: $2,000 4
This former general was the first Republican to serve 2 full terms as president
    $400 3
Brooke Shields & Lucy Lawless played Rizzo in the '90s revival of this rockin' high school musical
    $400 22
The 100-member Asian Youth Orchestra recently played to rave reviews in this South Korean capital
    DD: $2,000 9
In 1610 this Italian made his biggest discovery: the 4 largest moons of Jupiter
    $400 17
This Disney-owned baseball team plays at Anaheim's Edison International Field
    $400 25
Small vessel for shipping a nanny or a billy
    $600 5
This Mexican War hero & winning 1848 candidate had never voted for president before
    $600 14
R&B sensation Stephanie Mills was a teenager when she eased on down the road in this role in "The Wiz"
    $600 23
Young actors like Rani Mukherjee perform in movies in "Bollywood" in this populous Asian country
    $600 10
This "Father of Genetics" is the subject of the biography "The Monk in the Garden"
    $600 18
This team that won a championship in 2001 plays in PSINet Stadiun
    $600 30
A fake small horse
    $800 6
In 1950 he threatened a music critic who had unkind words for daughter Margaret's singing
    $800 15
The Jets & the Sharks are teenage gangs in this 1957 musical that features the song "Tonight"
    $800 26
With songs like "Fly Away", rock star Cui Jian is one of the leading pop musicians from this Asian country
    $800 11
At the Pantheon in Paris in 1851, he demonstrated the Earth's rotation using his famous pendulum
    $800 19
Now that this city's Civic Arena is the Mellon Arena, its citizens can be full of Mellon pride
    $800 29
The $1.99 lamb as opposed to the $19.99 one
    $1000 7
His 1791 marriage to Rachel Robards was invalid, so they had to do it all over again on January 17, 1794
    $1000 16
Zaneeta Shinn, a character in this musical, is the teenage daughter of the mayor of River City
    $1000 27
With a 6-wicket victory over Nepal, Bangladesh recently retained the Asian youth championship in this sport
    $1000 12
He was doing research on influenza when he accidentally discovered penicillin
    $1000 20
3-letter corporate name that's on the Indianapolis venue seen here
    $1000 28
An 18-wheeler used to get your porkers to market

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Graham Colleen
$3,900 $13,900 $4,900
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

One of 2 landlocked countries in South America

Final scores:

Andy Graham Colleen
$7,800 $15,000 $900

Cumulative scores:

Andy Graham Colleen
$12,600 $27,000 $900
1st runner-up: $15,000 minimum Tournament champion: $50,000 + a 2001 Chevrolet Tracker ZR-2 2nd runner-up: $10,000 minimum

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Graham Colleen
$4,400 $10,700 $4,900
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
10 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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Game tape date: 2001-04-12
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