Show #4070 - Friday, April 19, 2002


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Julie Moncrieff, an office manager from Chicago, Illinois

Patrick Brannan, a senior manager from Takoma Park, Maryland

Kevin Friloux, a stockbroker from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
On Oct. 18, 1931 in West Orange the lights went out for this inventor who held over 1,000 patents
    $200 6
That immortal sage Ogden Nash wrote, "Candy is dandy but liquor is" this
    $200 21
Dr. Watson, I need you to relate the adventure of "The Resident" one of these, not "The English" one
    $200 16
A colorful magpie relative, or Mr. Leno when he's sad
    $200 1
Don't unpack the tent in a Lisbon park if you see the sign "E prohibido acampar", meaning this
    $200 11
They "Prefer Blondes"
    $400 27
Nuclear geniuses, avoid Princeton! Both Oppenheimer & this man, who proposed relativity at age 26, died there
    $400 7
(Cheryl delivers the clue from the Golden Princess.) If you're ever asked to do this to an ocean liner, don't forget the champagne
    $400 22
(Sofia gives the clue.) An adventure containing a "Golden" pair of this type of glasses is tackled by Holmes
    $400 17
Virginia's beautiful Skyline Drive runs through this range of the Appalachians
    $400 2
In a Munich restaurant, Mom may ask, "Haben sie einen Kinderstuhl?"-- "Have you got" one of these
    $400 12
Roman epic to "Crowe" about
    $600 30
This baseball pioneer grounded out in Mendham on January 26, 1893
    $600 8
This song that was a No. 1 hit for the Champs in 1958 always makes me want a margarita
    DD: $1,500 23
The number of students or gables in Conan Doyle titles; it's 2 less than the number of "Orange Pips"
    $600 18
The ride seen here (Take a look.) at Universal Orlando is named for this ever-popular children's book
    $600 3
Buying a cotton T in Amsterdam, it might be wise to be sure of the size & ask, "Krimjpt het?" --this
    $600 13
It precedes "Canyon", "Hotel" & "Theft Auto"
    $800 29
There was no more rumbling in "The Jungle" for this writer after he died in Bound Brook in 1968
    $800 9
This actress' first spoken words on film were "Gimme a whiskey, ginger ale on the side, and don't be stingy, baby"
    $800 24
There was "A Study in Scarlet" & one of these "in Bohemia"
    $800 19
Willie Nelson sang about these "Crying In The Rain"
    $800 4
At a store in El Salvador, you may ask, "Aceptara usted un cheque de viajero?", meaning this
    $800 14
Oui, oui! A Lerner & Loewe musical
    $1000 28
This Union general whom Lincoln relieved of command in 1862 gave up the fight in Orange in 1885
    $1000 10
"Claret is the liquor for boys; port, for men; but he who aspires to be a hero must drink brandy", said this Boswell pal
    $1000 25
You know about "The Adventure of the Sussex" one of these if you're a Sherlock buff-y
    $1000 20
I 6th century Breton chief known as Comorre the Cursed may have inspired the French tale about this wife-killer
    $1000 5
In a museum in Rome, a photographer may ask, "Posso servirmi del treppiede?", "May I use" this
    $1000 15
"Luminous" Boyer & Bergman classic

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

Kevin Patrick Julie
$4,400 $800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Patrick Julie
$6,300 $1,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
In the New Testament, Elizabeth told her, "Blessed art thou among women"
    $400 16
Accra is the capital of Ghana; Agra, home to the Taj Mahal, is southeast of this capital of India
    $400 9
Pop. 563,000, between Puget Sound & Lake Washington
    $400 19
At his 2001 induction he said he regretted the ending of his friendship with Art Garfunkel
    $400 24
Robur, Latin for "oak", gave us this word meaning strong or hardy
    $400 1
Ms. Poppins' "parachute"
    $800 7
"Lead me not into" this, says Rita Mae Brown; "I can find the way myself"
    $800 17
Saxifrage is used in rock gardens; this plant's root was the original root in root beer
    $800 10
Pop. 1.3 million & one of the fastest-growing cities in the USA
    $800 20
Robbie Robertson & this former group threw their "Weight" around at their 1994 induction
    $800 25
Classified as Quercus virginiana & common in the South, it's the type of oak seen here
    $800 2
First name of the "101 Dalmatians" villainess who makes the "Snow White" witch look like Pollyanna
    $1200 8
Singer Carmen McRae once said, "Blues is to jazz what" this "is to bread--without it, it's flat"
    $1200 18
Nathaniel Macon was a leader of the House in 1806; Nathaniel Bacon led one of these named for him in 1676
    $1200 11
Pop. 441,999, on both banks of the Missouri River
    $1200 21
Eric Clapton has been inducted 3 times: as a solo artist, & as a member of these 2 groups
    $1200 26
3-word term for the U.S. military decoration signifying a second award of a medal
    $1200 3
From the French for "lemon oil", this aromatic oil is used in perfumes & insect repellants
    DD: $3,000 14
She wrote, "When my kids become wild and unruly, I use a nice, safe playpen. When they're finished I climb out"
    $1600 29
Stengel managed the Dodgers & the Yankees; this man wrote "The Red and the Black"
    $1600 12
Pop. 185,000, the only city in the state with a population over 100,000
    $1600 22
Ben E. King & this group of his floated into the Hall of Fame in 1988
    $1600 27
In a poem about a well he remembered, Samuel Woodworth wrote of "The Old Oaken" this
    DD: $1,000 4
This lively Italian dance was once thought to be a remedy for mad movement caused by a spider bite
    $2000 15
In "On Death and Dying", she said, "Guilt is perhaps the most painful companion of death"
    $2000 13
Pop. 90,000, founded in 1882 by the Northern Pacific Railway
    $2000 23
Non-performers in the Hall include Bill Graham & this founder of Arista Records
    $2000 28
Oaks contain this bitter chemical used in preparing leather--that's why you can't just munch on an acorn
    $2000 5
These whiplike projections are used for locomotion by one-celled organisms

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Patrick Julie
$15,900 $9,200 $11,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Alphabetically, it's the first country on the alphabetically first continent

Final scores:

Kevin Patrick Julie
$9,399 $2,400 $21,200
2nd place: trip to Bahamia 3rd place: stay at Renaissance Beverly Hills Hotel New champion: $21,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Patrick Julie
$17,400 $7,800 $11,800
22 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $37,000

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Game tape date: 2002-01-14
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