Show #4117 - Tuesday, June 25, 2002

Eric Floyd game 4.


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Douglas Okey, a teacher from West Peoria, Illinois

Jenifer Scott, a freelance writer and legal transcriptionist from Loudoun County, Virginia

Eric Floyd, a college student from Calhoun, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $70,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
The first novel in the Salterton Trilogy concerns an amateur production of this "stormy" Shakespeare play
    $200 12
Goelitz is famous for 2 candies--Jelly Belly & this, a Halloween perennial
    $200 18
No. 7
    $200 21
This battleship completely destroyed in the first 30 minutes, still sits below water as a memorial
    $200 1
Prince Philip got the dukedom of this Scottish city when he married then-princess Elizabeth
    $200 2
A pair of these will come in handy when you need to recharge your car's dead battery
    $400 14
He completed a sci-fi trilogy in 1945, a few years before taking us to Narnia
    $400 13
The Chocolate Manufacturer's Association claims 40% of the world's supply of these nuts goes into chocolate candy
    $400 19
No. 8 behind the plate
    $400 22
Japan's message of war reached the White House after the attack, as the embassy took too long doing this to it
    $400 3
This jazzman wrote almost 1,000 musical pieces, including 1936's "Clarinet Lament"
    $400 7
A sprinter who leaves his mark before the official start of a race is said to have literally done this
    $600 15
Johan Borgen's "Lillelord" Trilogy depicts life in this Scandinavian country from 1917 through WWII
    $600 23
BB's are little bite-size versions of this candy bar, Bart's favorite
    $600 20
No. 5
    $600 27
The message back to Japan's fleet that the attack was a successful surprise, it meant "tiger, tiger, tiger"
    $600 4
Bill Duke & Jesse Ventura didn't "have time to bleed" in a nasty jungle in this 1987 Schwarzenegger film
    $600 8
On the small screen, it starred Holly Robinson & Johnny Depp
    $800 16
"The Hamlet" is the first in his trilogy of novels about the depraved Snopes family of Mississippi
    $800 24
The name of this "dispensed" candy came from a contraction of the German for "peppermint", pfefferminz
    $800 25
No. 44
    $800 29
Japan had pulled the trick before; they did it against this country's navy in 1904
    $800 5
"And-a you, you are my girl and no one can hurt you, oh no" because this 1962 title royal (& No. 1 hit) is around
    $800 10
Incredibly, from 1968 to 1991 Bob Beamon held the world record in this event
    DD: $1,200 17
Tom Dudzick's "Over the Tavern" plays are set in this city in N.Y. State: "Part III" takes place during the blizzard of '77
    $1000 28
Candy that asks you to "taste the rainbow"
    $1000 26
No. 9
    $1000 30
Based at Pearl, the Lexington, the Saratoga & this carrier were out trekking on maneuvers, so they were saved
    $1000 6
Before her mysterious death in 1993, this tobacco heiress gave $1.3 billion to charity (& $100,000 to a dog)
    $1000 11
It's the person in charge of military paratroopers when they exit an aircraft

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Eric Jenifer Douglas
$4,800 $2,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Jenifer Douglas
$9,000 $4,400 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 12
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from in a Butterfield Stage Line stagecoach.) After learning how to pilot a steamboat, this author boarded a stagecoach in 1861 & headed out to Carson City
    $400 1
Add Walter to this name to get the man who helped shape public opinion on Vietnam from the CBS anchor desk
    $400 24
The sublingual, parotid & submandibular glands produce this fluid in the mouth
    $400 15
"The Mexican" in the Brad Pitt-Julia Roberts film was not a person, but this item prized by Gene Hackman
    $400 4
In 1965 this doll of a hurricane made Florida very wetsy
    $400 11
To heist an alloy of iron
    $800 13
A tip from the Omaha Herald for coach riders in 1877: "Don't ...lop over on your neighbor" when doing this
    $800 2
Add Walter between J. & Thompson to get a name that's been on a major one of these firms since 1878
    $800 25
The name of these veins on the sides of the neck comes from the Latin for "collarbone"
    $800 16
Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds co-produced this film about a "feline" girl band
    $800 5
Not a nanny from Flushing, it's the hurricane that flushed North Carolina but good in 1996
    $800 20
A rough-voice equine
    $1200 14
(Sarah of the Clue Crew on a stagecoach) Issue in 1997 the first U.S. stamp in this shape included a stagecoach in their design
    $1200 3
Add Walter to this name to get the creator of Woody Woodpecker & Andy Panda
    $1200 26
A punch to this "sunny" network of nerves in back of the stomach can knock a man out
    $1200 17
In "3000 Miles to" this place, Kurt Russell & Kevin Costner played Elvis impersonators who were crooks
    $1200 6
Fergie would have been wise to avoid Florida & Louisiana in 1992 when this hit
    $1200 21
A straight up-&-down purple fruit
    $1600 29
After roads were built to this first U.S. national park in the 1870s, stagecoaches brought tourists there
    $1600 9
Add Walter to this name & you'll have the Oscar-winning actor seen here
    DD: $1,600 27
It's no laughing matter; this jellylike substance occupies about 80% of the eyeball
    $1600 18
Morgan Freeman has played detective Alex Cross in 2 films: "Kiss the Girls" & this 2001 release
    $1600 7
This 1989 hurricane that hit South Carolina can earn a sci-fi award for its effects
    DD: $1,200 22
A labyrinth of corn
    $2000 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew on a stagecoach) One of the acts in this world famous wild west show was the attack on the Deadwood stage
    $2000 10
Just add Walter to this name to get "the father of the modern gossip column"
    $2000 28
This organ produces insulin & gluagon, 2 hormones that regulate the body's sugar balance
    $2000 19
Roger Ebert wrote that in this film Pierce Brosnan was a James Bond type "with no gadgets and no scruples"
    $2000 8
Pennsylvania had to Endora, sorry, endure this lady in 1972
    $2000 23
To elevate mantas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Jenifer Douglas
$14,600 $6,000 $13,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She was the first woman to become First Lady who was born in the 20th century

Final scores:

Eric Jenifer Douglas
$27,600 $11,900 $27,200
4-day champion: $97,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Jenifer Douglas
$14,400 $6,400 $15,200
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,000

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Game tape date: 2002-02-26
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