Show #4067 - Tuesday, April 16, 2002

(Jimmy: Hi, I'm Jimmy.)
(Sarah: And I'm Sarah of the Clue Crew at the New Orleans School of Cooking.)
(Jimmy: Today, we learn the difference between blackened...)
(Sarah: ...and burned.)


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Summer Douglass, a journalist from Lima, Ohio

Joe Miazgowicz, a hockey referee supervisor and computer network specialist from Encinitas, California

Ben Bass, an attorney from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
In Honduras:
    $200 1
This 3-word query might have been Mel Blanc's first words
    $200 6
(Sarah's stirring up the clue.) Who wants dessert? I'm just whipping up the whiskey sauce to serve with this treat that's made with raisins, cinnamon, vanilla & stale baguettes
    $200 16
The play was performed in 1597 during the Christmas festivities at this queen's court
    $200 26
During the Soviet Era, cars were rare in Latvia so teens got licenses for these
    $200 21
The 2 3-word phrases parents dread on Christmas are "Some assembly required" & these "not included"
    $400 12
In Jordan:
    $400 2
Blanc joined Hanna-Barbera to voice this character, Fred's neighbor & Betty's husband
    $400 7
For brunch, whether you serve eggs Sardou or eggs St. Charles you'll top them off with this creamy sauce
    $400 17
Costard says, "Remuneration! O, that's" this language's "word for three farthings"
    $400 27
The fun-loving Latvians celebrate All-Fool's Day twice during this month, on the 1st & the 30th
    $400 22
It's when "the tough get going"
    $600 13
In Liechtenstein:
    $600 3
It was Mel Blanc's catchphrase when voicing a crested bird of the southwest U.S.
    $600 8
(Jimmy's stirring up the pot, and the clue!) I'm sauteing sausage & chicken, & soon I'll add onions, celery, peppers & spices for this dish, whose name may come from the French word for ham
    $600 18
Alicia Silverstone played the princess in this director's 2000 version of "Love's Labour's Lost"
    $600 28
An Easter activity is building a swing, from a belief that swinging will repel these insects in summer
    $600 23
When you get your "just desserts" these "come home to roost"
    $800 14
In Senegal:
    $800 4
For "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", Blanc revived 5 characters including Tweety & this other bird
    $800 9
Monday is the traditional day for serving this "colorful" dish of legumes & grains
    DD: $600 19
Shakespeare used the name Rosaline twice; in "Love's Labour's Lost", & as the unseen first love of this man
    $800 29
At the Summer Olympics in this year, the first the Latvians competed in after the USSR split up, they won 3 medals
    $800 24
According to this man's law, "If anything can go wrong, it will"
    $1000 15
In Kyrgyzstan:
Kyrgyz & this
    $1000 5
As a railroad announcer on Jack Benny's radio & TV shows, Blanc called out the stations "Anaheim, Azusa and" this
    $1000 10
(Sarah gives the clue.) Today we're making this famous Creole confection that's chock full of pecans & brown sugar
    $1000 20
Some say "The Taming of the Shrew" may also have been called this, making it a prequel to "Love's Labour's Lost"
    $1000 30
This member of the Riga ballet moved on to the Kirov in 1967, then defected to the West in 1974
    $1000 25
In "One man's loss is another man's gain" you can substitute "meat & "poison" or "trash" & this

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

Ben Joe Summer
$1,800 $3,000 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Joe Summer
$3,800 $3,600 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It's in Bonner Springs, Kansas.)
    $400 17
In May 1864, astride Traveller, he had to be stopped by a subordinate from riding into enemy fire
    $400 1
Her nationally syndicated talk show began in St. Louis in 1983
    $400 22
The son of slaves, he developed 118 products from sweet potatoes
    $400 11
It's held against the neck before it's put
    $400 12
Only the old church tower built in 1640 still stands in this, the first permanent English settlement in America
    $400 6
In the '60s little girls pulled this "Chatty" doll's string & she said, "I love you"
    $800 18
The USS Cairo was the first iron warship; it was completed before this Merrimack opponent
    $800 2
On TV, she played the Meathead's main squeeze
    $800 27
As a teenager, he had a successful business making nails, & later, hatpins; the cotton gin came later
    $800 13
This object that's thrown isn't a carpenter's tool, but a metal ball attached to a wire & handle
    $800 23
When traveling west, add one day to your calendar if you cross this (even if it takes only a minute)
    $800 7
Mind your paws on this structure seen here
    $1200 19
David Dixon Porter served under this David, his foster brother, at the capture of New Orleans
    $1200 3
Liza Minnelli played her in "Cabaret"
    $1200 28
After moving to Santa Rosa, California, he developed new & improved varieties of plums & roses
    DD: $1,000 14
This women's competition includes 4 field events (plus 3 track)
    $1200 24
Buck Island Reef in this U.S. territory is one of the finest marine gardens in the Caribbean
    $1200 8
A Mozart aria is this kind of list of Don Giovanni's conquests
    $1600 20
This Secretary of the Treasury was on hand for the surrender of Norfolk
    $1600 4
Notorious WWII nickname of American-born Mildred Elizabeth Gillars
    $1600 15
In this event, though athletes clear a nearly 20-foot bar, they don't jump but use their running momentum
    DD: $3,000 25
The 8-story tower in this Italian city's Campo Dei Miracoli contains a 294-step staircase
    $1600 9
Similar to "catastrophe", this world comes from the Greek for "flood"
    $2000 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew gives the choo-choo clue.) On April 12, 1862, Union soldiers went on a rampage after stealing this Confederate locomotive
    $2000 5
Thomas Jefferson was president when the first article was published about his affair with this woman
    $2000 29
After his death, his company became part of International Harvester Company
    $2000 16
Javier Sotomayor of this country retired in 2001 as the world record holder in the high jump
    $2000 26
The Luxembourg Palace is not in Luxembourg but in this country, where it serves as the meeting place of the senate
    $2000 10
Inflammation of membranes in the nose & throat

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Joe Summer
$15,200 $9,200 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1898 the word "telephone" made its debut in the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, as did this related word

Final scores:

Ben Joe Summer
$11,999 $0 $200
2-day champion: $35,200 3rd place: trip to Washington, D.C. 2nd place: trip to Budapest

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ben Joe Summer
$16,000 $9,200 $7,200
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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Game tape date: 2002-01-14
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