Show #4135 - Friday, July 19, 2002

Last game of Season 18.

(Sarah: If you like San Francisco, we've got a treat for you. Stay tuned for Jeopardy!)


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Lauren Kostas, a management consultant from Chicago, Illinois

David Bitkower, a judicial law clerk from New York, New York

Ron Ellison, a graduate student from Yardley, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,962)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It's all about the Grand Canyon shows which will be airing on the History Channel very soon.)
    $200 11
Hard working but sterile creatures seen here

"At first the miners used them to pack in and out.
When the miners turned to tourism, they discovered it was the best way to show the canyon."
    $200 12
Actress Blythe Danner is mom to this Oscar-winning actress
    $200 22
It can be a small chest to hold a couple of tablets or a big ship to hold at least 2 of every animal
    $200 1
She lived with a septet of men who didn't even get names until 1937
    $200 17
In 1922 this company peeled off 8 million Washingtons for a Lincoln-- Lincoln Motors
    $200 2
The word Oklahoma comes from a Choctaw expression meaning "people of" this color
    $400 27
1,450 miles long, it's the Grand Canyon's "backbone"
    DD: $600 13
(Sofia models the clue.) Jensen Buchanan wore the gown I have on to the 2001 Nurses' Ball on this daytime soap
    $400 23
At the Backstage in Culver City, Glynis can pour you one of these containing several servings of beer
    $400 7
Call Joan Rivers! It's all about foot fashion & royalty for this girl also known as Cendrillon
    $400 18
(Sarah rings in the clue.) In the 1950s, the first commercial for this "saute and simmer" product featured the San Francisco cable cars
    $400 3
The Israelites miraculously escaped across this body of water in Exodus 14
    $600 28
Developer of Grand Canyon tourism described here; Judy Garland played one of his Girls

"So they went back east and offered young, single women good pay and lodging to work at his establishments."
    $600 14
Her TV roles have included Brenda Walsh & Prue Halliwell
    $600 24
Oh, Archie! It's a large bin for coal or an underground chamber for gunners
    $600 8
This indecisive girl commits home invasion, then deal with ursine land owners
    $600 19
The battle over the bottom line was drawn in 1978 when this brand challenged Pampers
    $600 4
It was the last of Krzysztof Kieslowski's 3 films whose titles matched the 3 colors in the French flag
    $800 29
The show says that basically 2 geological processes created the Grand Canyon: uplift & this
    $800 15
She was called on to play call girl Gloria Wandrous in the movie "BUtterfield 8"
    $800 25
The container called a "vial" can also contain this pair of letters instead of the "v"
    $800 9
A house made of food turns into a house of horror when 2 kids bake a witch in this "Grimm" tale
    $800 20
This company that brought out the TV dinner in the early '50s was bought by Campbell's in 1955
    $800 5
To an Aussie, a "bluey" is a woman with this color hair
    $1000 30
3-named Grand Canyon conqueror described here

"He stood only 5-feet 2-inches tall, weighed a hundred and ten pounds and had only one arm, but he was a formidable man by any measure."
    $1000 16
As this title nymphet, Sue Lyon was the object of James Mason's desires
    $1000 26
(Jimmy holds the clue.) It's the container I'm holding. Ah, there's my Renoir!
    $1000 10
Oops! Visiting this long-tressed gal, the prince is blinded in a fall
    $1000 21
A dun deal of 1933 was Dun merging with this company
    $1000 6
In a 15th century English war, a rose of this color represented the House of York

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

Ron David Lauren
$4,000 $2,800 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron David Lauren
$8,200 $3,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Since this is the last show of our 18th season, we're going to have...)
(Alex: "E-Z" will appear in each correct response.)
(Alex: ...because throughout the summer, you, the viewers, will be enjoying some of our tournaments from this past season.)
    $400 1
The fifth season finale of this Chris Carter series set up viewers for the first feature film
    $400 6
The Old Absinthe House has been on Bourbon St. in this city for so long that even Oscar Wilde used to drink there
    $400 11
Egypt's Old Kingdom, which lasted from about 2680 to 2180 B.C., is also called the "Age" of this type of structure
    $400 16
A test of this fluid may determine if a person has leukemia or anemia
    $400 21
They're the type of artists seen here
    $400 22
This city of about 320,000 is the closest national capital to Washington, D.C.
    $800 2
On the season finale of this show in 1996, a wounded sully had to deliver Mike's baby
    $800 7
Stars shoot by when you ride this roller coaster-in-the-dark that made its Disney World debut in 1975
    $800 12
The ores of this metal were deposited around 2 billion B.C.; the "Age" of its human use began around 1500 B.C.
    $800 17
Chiropractors manipulate this part of the body to realign its vertebrae
    $800 24
In some theaters it's the lowest balcony
    $800 23
The second most populous city in California is this one about 100 miles south of Los Angeles
    $1200 3
The season finale of this FOX series on May 22, 1995 had a plot to blow up the title apartment complex
    $1200 8
Poppy-shaped juglets that may have once held opium await us at this big 5th Ave. art museum's new Cypriot Galleries
    DD: $5,000 13
This king reigned for almost 50 years starting in 1422 & got his name in the titles of 3 Shakespeare plays
    $1200 18
Hand-held device used in the performance of a pupillary reflex response test
    $1200 25
In 1989 this tanker caused the largest oil spill in U.S. history
    DD: $3,000 30
After Canada & Mexico, this country's territory is closest to the U.S.
    $1600 4
In the sixth season finale of this "Star Trek" series Jadzia Dax died...well, Jadzia's hard to explain
    $1600 9
Yee-haw! The Snake River Stampede grew out of a harvest festival held in Nampa in this state in 1911
    $1600 14
This dynasty that ruled CHina for centuries until 256 B.C. shares its name with later premier Enlai
    $1600 19
Like the hip, the shoulder includes this type of joint
    $1600 27
California honors this late Latino labor leader with a state holiday on or around March 31, his birthday
    $1600 28
California shares its longest border with this state
    $2000 5
For its fifth season finale in May 1999 Mandy Patinkin returned as Dr. Jeffrey Geiger
    $2000 10
"O" yes, more than 2 million spectators have thrilled to Cirque du Soleil's "O" show at this Las Vegas hotel
    $2000 15
This country's parliament, which has been meeting since 930, went from bicameral to unicameral in 1991
    $2000 20
It's the foot's equivalent of carpal tunnel syndrome
    $2000 26
On his "In the Fiddler's House" CD, Itzhak Perlman jazzed things up with this type of Jewish folk music
    $2000 29
Parts of this country of about 700 islands & 2,000 cays are only about 50 miles from Florida

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron David Lauren
$5,800 $13,800 $9,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"May none but honest and wise men ever rule under this roof" is from this man's 1800 prayer

Final scores:

Ron David Lauren
$1,800 $9,599 $5,399
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,599 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ron David Lauren
$13,600 $13,800 $9,000
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
2 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $36,400

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Game tape date: 2002-03-06
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