Show #4170 - Friday, October 18, 2002

(Judge Hatchett: This is Judge Hatchett and the order of this court is to watch Jeopardy!, coming up next!)


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Lisa Caucci, an administrative manager from Atlanta, Georgia

Chad Thompson, an economic analyst originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rob Kobman, a bartender and recent college graduate from Spotsylvania, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

'80s TV
    $200 3
Cheilitis is the cracking & dryness of these; Chap Stick may give you relief
    $200 11
In early 2001 Prince Charles broke a shoulder bone in an accident in this controversial sport
    $200 16
Born in 1927, late congressman Joe Moakley was among many who lied about their ages to do this
    $200 1
The answer to this cliffhanger question of 1980:
Kristin Shepard (played by Mary Crosby)
    $200 21
It's the title occupation shared by opera characters "of Baghdad" & "of Seville"
    $200 26
"Mona Lisa's" home
    $400 4
The parotid glands, the largest glands you have that produce this, are what swell when you have mumps
    $400 12
This candy maker added character heads to its dispensers in 1952
    $400 17
At one point this actress & future first lady took 2 years off her age
    $400 2
Harry Anderson played Judge Harry T. Stone, who presided over this title place
    $400 22
In 1991 Ron Howard brought this dangerous job to the big screen with "Backdraft"
    $400 30
St. Petersburg, until 1991
    $600 8
Pertussis & tuberculosis are caused by bacteria; measles & rubella are caused by these
    $600 13
Seeing these new guests at the National Zoo, Clinton said he could be like them: sleep 20 hrs. a day & eat 4 hrs.
    $600 18
In 2001 a Bronx team was stripped of its third-place finish in this event for using an overage pitcher
    DD: $1,000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Chicago.) We're at Buckingham Fountain, seen in the opening of this Fox sitcom
    $600 23
Jay Leno's job, or the circular wafer used in Roman Catholic masses
    $600 29
    $800 9
Hail, hail, the basal ganglia are here in this organ
    $800 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew gives the clue.) I've chosen just the right words to complete this numerical type of poetic stanza
    $800 19
A 32-year-old actress pretending to be 19 got a job writing for this WB TV show about a college girl
    $800 6
Peter Scolari & Tom Hanks passed themselves off as Hildegarde & Buffy to live in a hotel for women on this sitcom
    $800 24
6-letter word for a treasurer, especially at a university
    $800 28
Table extender
    $1000 10
During a CABG operation, to bypass these arteries, incisions are made in a leg to get at a vein
    $1000 15
Nationality of the men who invented the barometer & electric battery
    $1000 20
Research found Aug. 4, 2001 to be Louis Armstrong's centennial, though he said he was born on this big day in 1900
    $1000 7
At first, Hope Murdoch & Michael Steadman seemed like the ideal couple on this yuppie dramedy
    $1000 25
A worker on a film knows P.A. usually stands for this, not Pennsylvania
    $1000 27
Camel back-breaker
(4, 5)

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

Rob Chad Lisa
$1,600 $1,800 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Chad Lisa
$1,800 $4,000 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Literature, of course.)
    $400 3
Chapters in this novel include "Hester at Her Needle" & "Hester and Pearl"
    $400 17
(Judge Hatchett) Magistrate, pro se & justice of the peace are other names for courts that handle these "claims"
    $400 1
The Toot Uncommons were listed as the back-up group on this Steve Martin hit
    $400 12
In 1924 he became director of the Justice Department's Bureau of Investigation
    $400 11
3-word term used to describe a child born to unmarried parents
    $400 22
This country of western Africa bears the name of a product produced by the elephants found there
    $800 4
"Twenty Years After" was a sequel to this French novel that was published only the year before
    $800 18
His name followed the v. in a 1974 Supreme Court case on executive privilege
    $800 2
Toni Basil turned down the demo of "Walk Like An Egyptian"; it then went to this group who took it to No. 1
    $800 13
The Literary Guild began as a competitor to this company abbreviated BOMC
    $800 27
It can be a type of criminal or an anti-Nashville country music movement led by Waylon Jennings
    $800 23
In 1815 James Madison had Congress declare war on this Algerian capital city
    $1200 5
His 1842 novel "Dead Souls" is considered one of the greatest novels in the Russian language
    $1200 19
(Judge Hatchett) A crucial principle in this field of law is the mutuality of obligations
    $1200 8
Maria Muldaur's title time & place to "send your camel to bed"
    $1200 14
"American Decades" notes that in 1925 for the first time more men wore attached ones than detached
    $1200 28
Joseph Stefano updated his "Feasibility Study" script from this '60s sci-fi anthology for the new '90s version
    $1200 24
The city of Massawa is a major Red Sea port in this now independent country once part of Ethiopia
    $1600 6
This author established his reputation with the 1868 story "The Luck of Roaring Camp"
    DD: $4,000 20
For a product, it must mention the parts covered, what to do if something goes wrong, & any expenses
    $1600 9
Ballad that begins with the following

"See the Pyramids along the Nile /
Watch the sunrise on a tropic isle...
    $1600 15
After his death in 1923, it was revealed that he trysted with his mistress in the White House
    $1600 30
This 4-word arboreal phrase means "in a precarious position"
    $1600 25
Mozambique is the mainland country closest to this African island nation
    DD: $3,000 7
The title of this Dickens novel refers to John Harmon, an associate of both the Boffins & the Wilfers
    $2000 21
(Judge Hatchett) In 1995 I received from an NAACP branch in Atlanta an award named for this jurist
    $2000 10
This '90s British girl group who were "Comin' Atcha" released the CD "Queen of the Nile" in 2000
    $2000 16
In November 1920 pioneering radio station KDKA went on the air in this city
    $2000 29
This award is given every year to the nation's best college football interior lineman
    $2000 26
This Horn of Africa country once known as French Somaliland took the name of its capital in 1977 upon independence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rob Chad Lisa
$4,800 $10,400 $15,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the westernmost state to border any of the Great Lakes

Final scores:

Rob Chad Lisa
$9,220 $10,400 $20,801
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $20,801

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rob Chad Lisa
$7,800 $8,000 $14,800
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2002-06-26
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