Show #4120 - Friday, June 28, 2002

(Kermit the Frog: Hi-ho, Kermit the Frog here. You know, finally, after 18 seasons, Jeopardy! is letting another species do a clue? Hm! 'Bout time, don't you think? Yeah, me too.)


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Cathy Whitehead, a homemaker from Houston, Texas

Tony Burrell, an attorney from Ashburn, Virginia

Jeremy Horowitz, a lawyer from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 12
Known to his 19th century enemies as "Useless", reports had this man drunk and disorderly
    $200 6
"Infant Amour"
    $200 21
According to legend, this wizard is buried at the root of a thorn tree near the river Tweed in Scotland
    $200 11
Now associated with Holland, this flower was introduced to western Europe from Turkey in the 16th century
    $200 26
Your standard potato is 80 percent this common compound
    $200 1
This person changes the reels in the back of the movie theater, hopefully in the right order
    $400 13
Seen here, this 19th century man is wanted for making a 8,500-word inaugural speech in freezing weather
    $400 7
"My Eardrums Are Being Stimulated By One Complex Orchestral Work"
    $400 22
This student at Hogwarts has a lightning-bolt scar on his forehead
    $400 14
The crescent & the star on Turkey's flag are 2 traditional symbols of this religion
    $400 27
This traditional cured meat is often served with cabbage on St. Patrick's Day
    $400 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew writing on a chalkboard.) The tilde goes over Ns in Spanish, but over vowels in this neighboring language
    $600 15
This man pictured here is wanted by some for stealing the 1876 election
    $600 8
"It's Impossible To Rush Strong Affection For Another"
    $600 23
In July of 1973 this game show, my first in America, debuted on NBC
    $600 18
In the 4th century, this present-day Turkish city was known as "New Rome"
    $600 28
When shopping in Athens, you can snack on souvlaki, chunks of this meat, called arni, on a stick
    $600 3
The name of this protective South American outerwear is from the Spanish for "faded"
    $800 16
Some say this man also known as the "Beast of Buffalo" jaywalked on two non-consecutive occasions
    $800 9
"What's The New Site Of The Emotional Connections We Share"
    $800 24
Called the "Wizard of Westwood", this UCLA coach is in the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a coach & a player
    $800 19
In 1853 the Turks declared war on this country, beginning the Crimean War
    $800 29
A 23-inch by 14 1/2-inch one of these was produced in 1990 by a Pringle's plant in Tennessee
    $800 4
It's an ornament or piece of jewelry that hangs from a necklace
    $1000 17
5'4" and less than 100 pounds, this man is known as the "Sage of Montpelier" and "President Short Stuff"
    $1000 10
"At A Future Time, A Reunion For Us"
    $1000 25
Thomas Edison's "magical" sobriquet
    DD: $1,000 20
In both 1967 & 1974, Turkey almost went to war with Greece over problems on this island
    $1000 30
At 19, this future potato breeder read Darwin's "Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication"
    $1000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew wearing a tallit.) Known in Hebrew as tallit, it's the morning religious garment I'm wearing

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

Jeremy Tony Cathy
$2,000 $800 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Tony Cathy
$4,200 $1,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the work.)
    $400 3
Prussia's William I had plenty to reflect on when he was crowned German emperor in 1871 in this Versailles roo
    $400 18
Known for his extreme patriotism, Sam, of "Muppet Show" fame, is one of these birds
    $400 13
No roads lead into this U.S. state capital; it can only be reached by aircraft or boat
    $400 22
The USA's largest artificial lake, Lake Mead is the reservoir behind this dam
    $400 1
1974: "The great fish moved silently through the night water, propelled by short sweeps of its crescent tail"
    $400 5
My aunt likes to lunch on this fish
    DD: $2,000 11
Family that held a virtual monopoly on supplying the big guns to Prussia
    $800 19
It takes the wizardry of Frank Oz to bring this dangerous drummer to life
    $800 14
Gates opening into this city's "Old City" include Lion's Gate, Zion Gate & Herod's Gate
    $800 25
In 1926 she became curator of ethnology at the American Museum of Natural History
    $800 2
The 1860s: "My father's family name being Pirrip, & my Christian name Philip..."
    $800 8
Mmm! It's one fish that melts in your mouth
    $1200 12
This Prussian statesman & prince was the one who shifted the war into Otto-matic
    $1200 20
(Kermit the Frog at a desk.) Hi-ho, in "The Great Muppet Caper", Fozzie & I have to save her after she's framed for burglary. Ooooh!
    $1200 15
A type of shirt is named for this British island off the coast of Normandy
    $1200 26
Mead is an archaic term from Old English for this geographical feature
    $1200 4
1996: "New Year's resolutions. I will not drink more than fourteen units of alcohol a week"
    $1200 9
You don't need a tutor to catch this fish
    $1600 29
The war brought down this French emperor, the nephew of a previous French emperor
    $1600 23
This group that got its own animated series was introduced in "The Muppets Take Manhattan"
    $1600 16
In 1945 Sukarno proclaimed independence for his country in this city
    $1600 27
Jamed Edward Meade, who helped to establish the IMF, was a 1977 co-winner of the Nobel Prize for this
    $1600 6
1957: "Who is John Galt?"
    $1600 10
If Keats had written an ode to this fish, he would have been on thin ice
    $2000 30
This famous Italian patriot fought for France in the Battle of Belfort
    $2000 24
A giant pig was Rudolf Nureyev's partner in "The Muppet Show" production of this travesty of Tchaikovsky
    DD: $4,000 21
Once a national monument, this high valley became a part of Grand Teton National Park in 1950
    $2000 28
A college in Meadville, Penn. shares its name with this mountain range that rises across the state's central region
    $2000 7
1843: "True!--nervous--very, very dreadfully nervous I had been and am; but why will you say that I am mad?"
    $2000 17
Hey, pal, this type of salmon tastes much better than the bait of the same name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Tony Cathy
$13,400 $6,200 $10,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of only 3 pairs of mothers & daughters to receive Oscar nominations for their acting

Final scores:

Jeremy Tony Cathy
$5,400 $8,400 $17,600
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $17,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Tony Cathy
$13,400 $6,200 $10,600
18 R,
1 W
15 R,
5 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,200

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Game tape date: 2002-02-26
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