Show #4116 - Monday, June 24, 2002

Eric Floyd game 3.


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Peter Paniccia, a bartender from Columbus, Ohio

Maria Harrigan, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois

Eric Floyd, a college student from Calhoun, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $55,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Learning her craft from Tessie the Tassel-Twirler, this burlesque artist was "The Best Undressed Woman in America"
    $200 1
This hall of fame ex-Chief QB is actually much better known as a 49er QB
    $200 17
On Feb. 1, 1964 this song replaced Bobby Vinton's "There! I've Said It Again" at No. 1 & stayed there 7 weeks
    $200 10
This capital's oldest church, older than the city itself, is the 800-year-old St. Nicholas Church
    $200 15
A shaking of the earth's surface caused by the rapid movement of the earth's outer layer
    $200 26
To protect yourself from losing, you may do this to "a bet"
    $400 3
Born in 1642, this great British scientist was known as "The Priest of Nature"
    $400 6
This hall of fame ex-Chief QB now hosts "Inside the NFL" for HBO
    $400 18
Nickname of the aces & eights held by Wild Bill Hickok at the time of his murder in Deadwood, S.D.
    $400 11
In 1923 Hitler staged his Beer Hall Putsch in this capital of Bavaria
    $400 16
It's the up to 300-mile-per-hour phenomenon seen here
    $400 27
In "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" it's what you do, do, do for the home team
    $600 4
Nicknamed "Beau", he brought moderation to men's apparel by replacing breeches with trousers
    $600 7
When he retired, this running back, a former Raider, was second to Jerry Rice in career TDs with 145
    $600 19
In this 1967 film Paul Newman is sent to a prison chain gang for destroying parking meters
    $600 12
In German, it's Koln; in English, this
    $600 22
Rain in the form of balls or lumps of clear ice more than 1/5 of an inch in diameter
    $600 28
To conceal a bugging device
    $800 5
Imprisoned by the Polish government in the early 1980s, he became known as "The Man of Iron"
    $800 8
During Super Bowl IV, this head coach, actually said, "Let's matriculate the ball down the field!"
    $800 20
In Matthew 27:24, he "took water, and washed his hands" of the responsibility for Christ's crucifixion
    DD: $1,600 13
A British royal house that ruled from 1714 to 1901 originated in this city from which it got its name
    $800 23
It's any swift movement of snow or ice down a mountainside or slope, or a Colorado hockey team
    $800 29
It's a thinner-than-foil sheet of gold
    $1000 25
After the brutal suppression of a 1956 uprising, this Soviet premier became "The Butcher of Budapest"
    $1000 9
When teams tried to run at this 6'7", 274-pound defensive lineman, the buck stopped there
    $1000 21
In this book Adam Smith created the economic principle of the invisible hand
    $1000 14
Europe's second-busiest port, it's said to have more bridges than Venice & Amsterdam combined
    $1000 24
They're hurricane-type cyclones in the western Pacific
    $1000 30
When your eyes are smiling, these contractible diaphragms may be changing their sizes

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

Eric Maria Peter
$4,000 $0 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Maria Peter
$10,200 -$1,200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
Psalm 37 says that after this group inherits the earth, they shall delight themselves in the abundance of peace
    $400 1
It can be a packed-together group or a teen's puppy love
    $400 13
Men get their X chromosome from this parent
    $400 5
The stone or piece of lumber that lies under a door, it's usually beneath a carried bride
    $400 26
This show which opened on Broadway in 1993 originated as a 1969 rock opera album
    $400 18
Unrefined petroleum
    $800 8
Want to cure your boil? Try Isaiah's remedy of a lump of this fruit, whose leaves were used to make clothing
    $800 2
Carrying on the whole "lamb of God" motif, this is the term for a church's congregation
    $800 14
Trisomy 21, a condition where a person has an extra copy of chromosome 21, is also called this syndrome
    $800 6
The jabby bit on the end of a fork; you can call them prongs or these
    $800 27
"Raisin" is the musical version of this Lorraine Hansberry play with a longer title
    $800 19
Hamlet said, "I must be" this "only to be kind"
    $1200 9
Bani the Gadite & Elhanan, son of Dodo, were part of the personal guard of this second king of Israel
    $1200 3
The innate desire in you to be part of a group especially of cattle, is known as this "instinct"
    $1200 15
These controversial cells are obtained from human embryos at the blastocyst stage
    $1200 23
What the cop yelled when he saw this part of a Greek temple between cornice & architrave running away
    $1200 28
"Rent", which features a drug-addicted dancer named Mimi, is loosely based on this opera
    $1200 20
Chrysler's PT isn't a boat, it's this
    $1600 10
He sent 10 of his kids to Egypt to buy corn from his other son Joseph
    $1600 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew writes on a chalkboard.) If A represents all people & B represents men, then B is this of A
    DD: $3,000 16
It wasn't until 1956 that it was established that human cells contain this diploid number of chromosomes
    $1600 24
(Sofia of the Clue Crew holds a camera.) It's the term for the flash holder on a camera
    $1600 29
Anne Baxter, who played the title role in this 1950 film, also starred in "Applause", the musical based on it
    $1600 21
This processor from Transmeta is supposed to make your laptop run longer on every battery charge
    $2000 11
"The Open Bible" calls this fifth book Moses' "Upper Desert Discourse"
    $2000 12
From the Turkic word ordu comes this term for a group of Asian nomads, once "golden"
    $2000 17
The genesis of this, abbreviated HGP, was a 1984 conference in Alta, Utah
    $2000 25
Between the pulp & the enamel in a tooth is this
    DD: $9,000 30
This 1985 Tony winner was based on "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"
    $2000 22
They're hors d'oeuvres of crunchy celery or carrot pieces served with a dip

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Maria Peter
$19,400 $1,600 $1,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Though a legal requirement in 49 states, it failed in the '90s as an amendment to the U.S. Constitution

Final scores:

Eric Maria Peter
$15,000 $0 $0
3-day champion: $70,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Maria Peter
$18,600 $1,600 $13,400
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
5 R,
4 W
18 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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Game tape date: 2002-02-26
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