Show #4042 - Tuesday, March 12, 2002


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Lori Biddle, a teacher from Jefferson, Georgia

Hanley Baxter, a research analyst from Boston, Massachusetts

Juliet Cesarini, a graphic artist originally from Homer, Alaska (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will end with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 26
Sir Cecil Beaton's subjects for these included members of the Royal Family & models for Vogue Magazine
    $200 12
Who better to write a book like "The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles" than this "Mary Poppins" star?
    $200 1
Men who wear French cuffs need this type of jewelry to hold them in place
    $200 6
In 1776 he told the Continental Army that it must "resolve to conquer or die"
    $200 18
The Cleopatra's Barge nightclub has a swaying dance floor that really rocks this Roman-themed Vegas casino
    $200 7
This company makes mealtime fun time with its EZ Squirt colored ketchups
    $400 27
The operetta output of this beknighted pair runs from "Thespis" in 1871 to "The Grand Duke" in 1896
    $400 13
This "3rd Rock from the Sun" star shared his love of music in "The Remarkable Farkle McBride"
    $400 2
(Sofia of the Clue Crew points to the small green crocodile patch on the breast of her pink shirt.) My shirt features the logo of a sportswear company named for this French athlete
    $400 17
Jefferson's first draft of this used the word "inalienable"; the final draft used "unalienable"
    $400 19
In 1998 the hit revival of the Broadway musical "Cabaret" moved to this legendary club on West 54th Street
    $400 8
It's Fred & Ethel's last name on "I Love Lucy"
    $600 28
Noted animal painter Sir Edwin Landseer designed these animals in bronze for the base of Nelson's Column
    $600 14
Her "Saga of Baby Divine" is... well, divine!
    $600 3
An obi is the wide sash that goes around one of these Japanese garments
    $600 23
In "The American Crisis", he wrote, "We fight not to enslave, but to set a country free"
    $600 20
Toad's Place in New Haven, Connecticut is the place where they launched their Steel Wheels Tour
    $600 9
Famous nickname of Walter Mondale
    $800 29
Satiric author Sir Max Beerbohm succeeded this "Pygmalion" playwright as critic for the Saturday Review
    $800 15
He used the lyrics from his 1998 rap hit "Just The Two Of Us" for a book about a father's love for his son
    $800 4
From the French for "made of linen", it's a fancy name for women's underwear
    $800 24
In a 1775 speech, he asked, "Is life so dear or peace so sweet as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery?"
    $800 21
High heels & bikini bottoms are the dress code at this club on "The Sopranos" (for the dancers, not for Tony)
    $800 10
In the Bible, Ruth was married to this man
    $1000 16
She wrote "Where Do Balloons Go?" & "Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born" but nothing about "Halloween"
    $1000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew wears a black brimmed hat.) A city in western Germany shares its name with this fashionable hat
    DD: $400 25
In 1774 John Adams said, "I have passed" this Italian river; "swim or sink, live or die, survive or perish with my country"
    $1000 22
Bruce Springsteen might feel a little "horse" after singing in this club at 913 Ocean Avenue in Asbury Park
    $1000 11
Russia's third man-in-space program, it still continues more than 30 years after its inception

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

Juliet Hanley Lori
$4,200 $1,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Hanley Lori
$5,000 $3,000 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
This 23,500-square-mile peninsula dominates the northern part of the Red Sea
    $400 11
An arena bearing Joe Louis' name in this Michigan city was the site of the 1980 Republican Convention
    $400 16
Appropriately, the Strictly Bluegrass Music Festival is held each September in this "Bluegrass State"
    $400 22
This South Bronx native now heading up the State Dept. earned a Purple Heart during his tour of Vietnam
    $400 6
Seen here is a popular view at this U.S. national park
    $400 1
The NTSB could tell you it's also known as a flight recorder
    $800 27
Geographically, the Red Sea is actually a long, narrow arm of this ocean
    $800 12
Before a fight with Billy Conn, Joe Louis quipped, "He can run but he can't" do this
    $800 17
The bluegrass hit "The Ballad of Jed Clampett" served as this TV show's theme
    $800 23
A current senator from Massachusetts, this man earned a Silver Star, a Bronze Star & 3 Purple Hearts
    $800 7
The bright yellow variety of this undersea dweller is seen here
    $800 2
Henry Rollins was the longtime frontman of this punk rock band
    $1200 13
On June 22, 1993 a commemorative one of these was issued bearing Joe Louis' likeness
    $1200 18
This classic bluegrass song for banjo & guitar was featured in the film "Deliverance"
    $1200 24
Before winning a 1986 directing Oscar, he earned a Purple Heart & a Bronze Star
    $1200 8
Only incorporated as a city in 1970, Yellowknife is the capital of this vast Canadian administrative region
    $1200 3
When I was a bachelor, it was where I kept all my hottest phone numbers
    $1600 14
In his last fight in 1951, Joe Louis was knocked out by this boxer, who shares his nickname with a Stallone movie
    $1600 19
From the Italian for "small lute", this pear-shaped stringed instrument is widely used in bluegrass music
    DD: $1,600 25
The first woman to win a Purple Heart, Lt. Annie Fox served at Hickam Field during the attack on this naval base
    $1600 9
Aka Gelugpa, the Yellow Hat monks of this faith were established following 14th century reforms
    $1600 4
Infamous nickname of the 8 men banned from pro baseball for a 1919 incident
    $2000 15
Joe Louis' first professional loss came in 1936 to this German boxer
    $2000 20
The 1967 film "Bonnie & Clyde" featured this bluegrass favorite heard here
    $2000 26
Killed near Okinawa in 1945, this Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist was awarded a posthumous Purple Heart
    $2000 10
As displayed in the circa-1540 saltcellar seen here, Benvenuto Cellini is best known as this type of craftsman
    DD: $5,000 5
Famous nickname of the eldest son of England's King Edward III

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Hanley Lori
$9,200 $10,200 $3,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Other than Washington, D.C., it's the only world capital named for an American

Final scores:

Juliet Hanley Lori
$7,200 $18,401 $5,300
2nd place: trip to Bermuda & stay at Sonesta Beach Resort New champion: $18,401 3rd place: trip to Palm Desert, California & stay at Desert Spring Villa

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Juliet Hanley Lori
$14,200 $10,200 $3,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
7 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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Game tape date: 2001-12-05
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