Show #4119 - Thursday, June 27, 2002


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Jeremy Horowitz, a lawyer from Santa Monica, California

Missy Montemayor, a health insurance supervisor from King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

John Overholt, a librarian from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $31,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And what links all of these together...)
    $200 26
Prince Charles was on hand when China took control of this territory on July 1, 1997
    $200 15
The 1973 Nobel Peace Prize went to Le Duc Tho who declined it & this Secretary of State who accepted
    $200 3
Proverbially, it follows "Easy come"
    $200 21
It's the collective noun used to describe a group of wolves
    $200 8
To make your mirrors shine, use window cleaner & a crumpled piece of this, maybe from the Sunday edition
    $200 1
Christopher Lloyd & Danny De Vito played mental patients alongside Jack in this 1975 Oscar winner
    $400 27
The name of this largest city in China is synonymous with kidnapping for naval servitude
    $400 16
(Cheryl gives the clue from the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum.) In 1927 Babe Ruth & this fellow Yankee accounted for 107 home runs, one-quarter of the American League total
    $400 4
(Sarah gives the clue from the Voodoo Museum in New Orleans.) Charles Gandolfo, the late owner of the museum, was a voodoo consultant on this 1987 Dennis Quaid film
    $400 22
Heard here, it's a sure way to let someone know you think he or she is cute
    $400 9
It's empty or foolish talk, or whiskey made illegally
    $400 2
Jack appeared on this TV show twice, including the "Opie Finds a Baby" episode
    $600 28
After about 8 months, Chinese authorities ended martial law in his city in January 1990
    $600 17
Graduates of Georgia's Emory University include this controversial former Speaker of the House
    $600 5
A radio format of popular music in a soothing, undemanding style
    $600 23
By the mid-20th C. the few wolf populations left in the lower 48 were mainly in this state, home of the NBA's Timberwolves
    $600 11
Unofficially, it's a nickname for New Mexico; officially, it's Florida's state nickname
    $600 10
This actress co-starred with Jack in both "Heartburn" & "Ironweed"
    DD: $600 29
This city lends its name to the most well-known Chinese beer in the world
    $800 18
In 1961 he rode in Vostok I
    $800 6
This toy from Hasbro uses a light bulb to do the cooking
    $800 24
Seen here, he reported on Operation Desert Storm for CNN
    $800 14
Famous poem that contains the lines "By the shores of Gitche Gumee, by the shining Big-Sea-Water"
    $800 12
Jack played this role on the big screen; Cesar Romero played it on the small
    $1000 30
This old name of the city now called Guangzhou is also an Ohio city famous for a sports hall of fame
    $1000 19
The Cat in the Hat could tell you his pen name was Dr. Seuss
    $1000 7
Linda Ronstadt took this Buddy Holly song to No. 5 in 1977
    $1000 25
Also known as the prairie wolf, it can be bred successfully with domestic dogs
    $1000 20
Some translations of Isaiah 14:12 call him "Shining one" or "Shining star", fallen from heaven; the KJV calls him this
    $1000 13
Jack played a salty sailor & Randy Quaid was his prisoner in this 1973 film

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

John Missy Jeremy
$1,800 $2,600 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Missy Jeremy
$3,600 $1,800 $7,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 9
In his "Marilyn Monroe Diptych", he created multiple images of the actress using a silk-screen process
    $400 1
(Alex: All right, we need you to name the song, players.) "But if you go carrying pictures of Chairman Mao, you ain't going to make it with anyone anyhow"
    $400 21
It's the organ that's acting irregularly if you've got arrhythmia
    $400 18
1981: 52 Americans are finally free after spending over a year captive in this country
    $400 12
His last horror story, "Hop-Frog", was written in 1849 & then, nevermore...
    $400 4
If the TV "Friend" played by Jennifer Aniston wed frontier judge Roy & hyphenated her name, she'd be...
    $800 10
This Leonardo fresco painted in a Milan convent dining hall began crumbling & fading during the artist's lifetime
    $800 2
"Should five percent appear too small, be thankful I don't take it all"
    $800 23
(Sarah gives the clue from the chalkboard.) Here's an example of an irregular version of this polygon
    $800 19
1993: A hard-line Communist rebellion ends in this city, as the Army fires on Parliament
    $800 13
In this 1967 Ira Levin novel, Satan fathers a child with a young Manhattan woman
    $800 6
Being very modern, Mr. Hamill (Luke Skywalker to you) marries actress Lesley-Anne & he takes this "bargain" name
    $1200 11
Roy Lichtenstein's "Look Mickey!" depicts these 2 Disney characters fishing on a dock
    $1200 3
"Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out"
    $1200 24
The Random House Dictionary abbreviates this as v. irr.
    $1200 20
2001: Today we saw a star from the East, as this religious figure paid a visit to the White House
    DD: $3,000 15
The action in this Jay Anson horror novel takes place at 112 Ocean Avenue, a house on Long Island
    $1200 7
"Golden Girl" Betty is swept away by Death Row Records exec Suge & hyphenates her name to become...
    $1600 25
For his "Three Flags" painting, he used the encaustic process, in which colors are mixed with wax & heated
    $1600 5
"But every now and then I feel so insecure, I know that I just need you like I've never done before"
    DD: $4,000 27
This ragtag group is the title of Chapter 8 of "The Sign of Four"
    $1600 28
1987: This body gets a new Chairman, and we hope the honeymoon lasts
    $1600 16
This H.G. Wells horror work was brought to the big screen in 1933 as "The Island of Lost Souls"
    $1600 14
Former First Lady Johnson leaves Las Vegas as the bride of "Leaving Las Vegas" star Nicolas & becomes...
    $2000 26
The "Depression Bread Line" seen here at the FDR Memorial in Washington was created by this American sculptor
    $2000 8
"Jai gu-ru de va om"
    $2000 29
Britannica calls the shape of the constellation Cassiopeia "a slightly irregular" one of these letters
    $2000 30
1976: Led by this man the separatist Parti Québécois sweeps to power
    $2000 17
William Wymark Jacobs' most famous horror story was about this cursed title animal appendage
    $2000 22
Ms. Gayle, singer of "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue", marries "American Beauty" scribe Alan & sees the future as...

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Missy Jeremy
$14,000 $11,200 $13,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This literary character was inspired by Delphine Delamare, whose adultery led to her 1848 suicide

Final scores:

John Missy Jeremy
$100 $1,200 $27,100
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $27,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Missy Jeremy
$11,600 $10,000 $13,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,400

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Game tape date: 2002-02-26
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