Show #4196 - Monday, November 25, 2002

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Todd Nacey, a preschool teacher from La Puente, California

Faith Love, a systems analyst from Boyds, Maryland

Matthew Temple, a director of international business development from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

'70s TV
    $200 11
The 1842 Webster-Ashburton Treaty fixed Maine's border with this "New" province
    $200 3
This show's theme song says, "I'm living on the air in Cincinnati..."
    $200 7
The Time Almanac reports this largest city in Louisiana is home to fewer than 1,000 Native Americans, Eskimos & Aleuts
    $200 1
Logically, Alcoa's new corporate headquarters, completed in 1998, used 800,000 pounds of this
    $200 8
The latest info on a story in a newscast
    $200 23
Tsai Shen, a god of wealth of this country may appear with Fu Shen, a god of happiness
    $400 16
This military alliance was formed in 1949 by Canada, the U.S. & 10 European countries
    $400 5
Bea Arthur played this title character, an outspoken liberal, on '70s TV
    $400 10
Lead would melt on the surface of this closest planet to Earth; it's like 800 degrees there
    $400 2
Isbank, "Turkey's Bank", began in a 2-story building in Ankara & is now in 3 towers in this city
    $400 18
(Cheryl & Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrate.) This term for diverting attention from someone else comes from the theater faux pas I've just committed
    $400 17
Yama is a god of death in Vedic traditions of this religion
    $600 4
On a tour of Canada in 1967, French president Charles de Gaulle called for the independence of this province
    $600 6
In the '70s Shaun Cassidy & Parker Stevenson played these teen detectives
    $600 20
ZIP codes in this commonwealth run from 00601 in Adjuntas to 00698 for Yauco
    $600 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Chicago.) Behind me is the new headquarters of this giant company; sorry, Seattle
    $600 19
The financial cost of maintaining something in proper condition
    $600 24
Depicted as a snake, Wadd is a moon god from pre-Islamic times on this peninsula
    $800 14
This institution, the NFB, founded by Parliament in 1939, added an animation department in 1942
    $800 12
She played "Police Woman" Sgt. Pepper Anderson
    $800 27
Norman Thomas did this 6 times: in 1928, 1932, 1936, 1940, 1944 & 1948
    $800 29
Lew Wasserman built "The Black Tower", the longtime HQ of this movie company once owned by MCA
    $800 21
The 20th letter of the alphabet used by Sophocles
    $800 25
Associated with artists & craftsmen, Ptah was a creator god of these ancient people
    $1000 15
This Canadian company, formerly British, is the oldest chartered company in the world
    $1000 13
Lisa Hartman played the title character on this sitcom, a spin-off from "Bewitched"
    $1000 28
He died in 1742, missing the fulfillment of his prediction of a comet seen in 1682 returning in 1758
    $1000 30
In 2000 software giant Adobe Systems began building a third tower in this city's downtown
    $1000 22
Geographically, Michiganders know it's the U.P.
    DD: $1,600 26
Pryderi is the son of this ancient people's god Pwyll & Rhiannon is his consort

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Matthew Faith Todd
$1,000 $1,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Faith Todd
$5,200 $6,000 $5,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
British chemist Smithson Tennant did it in 1804
    $400 12
Not surprisingly, this Kubrick classic won the 1968 Academy Award for Special Visual Effects
    $400 1
A major promoter of the Erie Canal, De Witt Clinton was governor of this state in 1825 when it was opened
    $400 3
By 1924 the phrase "My Flag" in the Pledge of Allegiance had been changed to this longer phrase
    $400 4
Juliet's "West Side Story" counterpart
    $400 17
A shiv is this type of weapon
    $800 27
It's the chemical symbol for iridium, not iron
    $800 14
Often used to create lighting special effects, it's a flashing device for intermittent illumination
    $800 2
It's the only Great Lake besides Lake Erie that bears the name of an Indian tribe
    $800 7
This large draft horse named for a river in central Scotland was developed from a Flemish stallion in the 18th century
    $800 5
Marceau, le mime magnifique
    $800 6
This British term for a police spy or informer sounds like it's related to drugs, but it dates from the mid-19th C.
    $1200 28
Traces of iridium in rocks lend credence to the theory that this cosmic event led to the dinosaurs' extinction
    $1200 21
This former art director for Roger Corman directed the FX-heavy hits "True Lies" & "The Abyss"
    $1200 13
By population, Erie is the third-largest city in this state
    $1200 11
Chapter 3 of this Steinbeck novel begins, "Adam Trask was born on a farm on the outskirts of a little town..."
    $1200 8
Tennessee Williams' "Cat"-woman
    $1200 18
Often following "head", this term for someone in charge comes from the Japanese for "squad leader"
    DD: $7,000 29
For use in jewelry & pen points, iridium is combined with this other silver-white metal
    $1600 22
5-letter word for an explosive used to lend realism to cinematic gunplay
    DD: $7,500 25
The water in this river flows 35 miles from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario
    $1600 15
The surface of this planet's moon Io is believed to be mottled by molten sulfur beds & active volcanoes
    $1600 9
Playwright Norman, or actress Mason
    $1600 19
If you hang a Ralph or hang a Louie, you're not dispensing justice but doing this
    $2000 23
He's the groundbreaking FX master who created the effects for "Jason and the Argonauts"
    $2000 26
Reporting his 1813 naval battle on Lake Erie, he remarked, "We have met the enemy and they are ours"
    $2000 16
The name of these rhythmic, 24-hour biological cycles comes from the Latin for "about day"
    $2000 10
"Naughty" Victor Herbert heroine
    $2000 20
An equine extremity is part of this old-timey slang word for a dancer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Faith Todd
$1,000 $15,600 $4,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This brand won a top prize at the 1893 Chicago Expo & has carried the award in its name ever since

Final scores:

Matthew Faith Todd
$1,000 $9,001 $4,500
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,001 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matthew Faith Todd
$8,000 $15,000 $12,000
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
24 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $35,000

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Game tape date: 2002-08-26
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