Show #4049 - Thursday, March 21, 2002

(Gaetano the Illusionist: Yah! Ahh!)
(Sofia: You never know what'll appear on Jeopardy!--next.)


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Adam Brosius, an environmental consultant from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Maggie Bruen, a teacher from Hoboken, New Jersey

Bobby Padgett, an analytical chemist from Cramerton, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Ms. Levi, the matchmaker, has her eye on Mr. Vandergelder of Yonkers in this 1964 musical
    $200 26
A type of this lowest-pitched brass instrument was designed for Richard Wagner
    $200 6
Because of the bears, Backcountry campsites in U.S. parks have poles or cables for you to hang this from
    $200 1
A young child learning to walk
    $200 16
Mischievous fellow seen here
    $200 21
Stephen Gaghan won an Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for this 2000 drama about America's war on drugs
    $400 12
The city's website claims the USA's first game of this took place at Yonkers' St. Andrew's Club
    $400 27
The great Gerry Mulligan is heard here on this type of saxophone
    $400 7
This bear has his paws on his own system of Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts around the U.S.
    $400 2
Coarsely chopped hay, or a young soldier to a cannon
    $400 17
(Hi, I'm Alan Dershowitz.) I was honored with the Harvard Professorship named for this Supreme Court Justice appointed by FDR
    $400 22
Maggie Smith actually won an Oscar for playing a film star who is in L.A. for the Oscars in this Neil Simon film
    $600 13
You can get to Yonkers from NYC by taking the parkway named for this man, like the nearby river
    $600 28
Jack Teagarden, best known for playing this instrument, would sometimes "slide" over to singing the blues
    $600 8
Ontario's largest & northernmost park is named for & is a home to this type of bear
    $600 3
Of poor quality or inferior material
    $600 18
Jakob was the original name of this composer who's better known as Felix
    $600 23
Michael Douglas won for producing this 1975 film that swept all 5 major Oscar categories
    DD: $1,000 14
Like the adjacent Bronx, Yonkers was settled by people from this European nation in 1639
    $800 29
Geographic name of the instrument featured here in a Mozart concerto
    $800 9
A documentary film screened in this famous bear's park in New Mexico is titled "Fifty Years with" him
    $800 4
To treat indulgently
    $800 19
This character was Oscar Madison's roomie
    $800 24
At the age of 80 she won her first Oscar--for Best Actress in "Driving Miss Daisy"
    $1000 15
The 85-mile-long Delaware one of these structures runs from a reservoir in the Catskills to one in Yonkers
    $1000 10
The Woodland Park Zoo in this seat of Washington's King County has a bearcam on its website
    $1000 5
Ishtar or Aphrodite
    $1000 20
Felix Hoffmann synthesized this wonder drug in 1897
    $1000 25
His Oscar win for "Life is Beautiful" made him so elated he walked on chairs

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bobby Maggie Adam
$2,000 $1,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bobby Maggie Adam
$5,200 $2,600 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want the first and the last name.)
    $400 1
On February 17, 1801 the House of Representatives declared him president on its 36th vote
    $400 22
His film roles include Harry Burns & "city slicker" Mitch Robbins
    $400 21
Your typical swan has about 25,000 of these; a hummingbird has only 1,000
    $400 6
Banks get new money from 2 treasury bureaus: Engraving & Printing for bills, & this one for coins
    $400 13
In this Stephen King book, Annie Wilkes loves company, but only author Paul Sheldon's
    $400 11
An armed officer whose job is preventing air piracy is called an air marshal or this "marshal"
    $800 2
On May 10, 1869 the Transcontinental Railroad was completed when the Central Pacific & this railroad met in Utah
    $800 23
John & Michelle's daughter, she's married to Billy Baldwin
    $800 27
There are Williamson's & red-breasted species of this bird, but you may be more familiar with the yellow-bellied
    $800 7
The first of these monetary units was issued in 1360 by King Jean II, right after his release from English captivity
    $800 16
"Seize the Night" by this "Dean" of suspense was a sequel to his "Fear Nothing"
    $800 12
(Sofia of the Clue Crew performs with Gaetano the Illusionist.) This 8-letter word means to rise up into the air, to defy gravity
    $1200 3
In 1886 in Columbus, Ohio, several trade unions merged to form the AFL, which stands for this
    $1200 24
She was JFK's mom
    $1200 28
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents with a parrot.) This parrot can be trained to perform stunts & acrobatics
    $1200 8
Government taxing & spending are part of this "policy", from the Latin for "basket" or "treasury"
    $1200 18
First name of Maxim de Winter's first wife; it's the first name you think of when you hear Daphne du Maurier
    $1200 14
This layer of the atmosphere just above the troposphere goes up about 20 miles with little change in temperature
    $1600 4
In 1869 Elizabeth Cady Stanton & this woman established the National Woman Suffrage Association
    $1600 25
On "Party of Five" she played teen violin prodigy Claudia
    $1600 29
During the mating season a male tern carries this prey & shows it off to the females
    $1600 9
In options trading, to sell is to "put" & to buy is to do this
    $1600 19
In an Oscar Hjuelos book, Nestor & Cesar Castillo "Play Songs of Love" as this group
    DD: $2,000 15
It's the Christian event
in the 15th-century painting seen here
    DD: $1,600 5
His Pacific Fur Company was founded on June 23, 1810, in order to extend his fur influence over the Northwest
    $2000 26
He's the American composer of "Einstein on the Beach"
    $2000 10
While serving in this post in Lincoln's cabinet, Montgomery Blair helped introduce money orders
    $2000 20
Insurance claims are central to this author's "Double Indemnity" & "The Postman Always Rings Twice"
    $2000 17
Term in geometry for the highest point of a pyramid or triangle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bobby Maggie Adam
$16,800 $12,200 $8,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this Afghan city is a local variation of the name of the man who conquered the region in 329 B.C.

Final scores:

Bobby Maggie Adam
$9,100 $24,200 $7,999
2nd place: trip to Mexico & stay at Paradise Village New champion: $24,200 3rd place: trip to Las Vegas & stay at the Flamingo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bobby Maggie Adam
$17,200 $12,000 $8,000
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $37,200

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Game tape date: 2001-12-11
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