Show #4179 - Thursday, October 31, 2002


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Ian Foutz, a computer programmer from Garland, Texas

Mark Jurecki, a retired engineer from Carlsbad, California

Phillip Steele, a security officer from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $38,898)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the [*], you name the song for us.)
(Alex: Friends, the TV series.)
    $200 21
In 1928 this cubist & Julio Gonzalez pioneered in welded sculpture: 1950's "She-Goat" is a famous example
    $200 26
"Suddenly I'm not half the man I used to be"
    $200 1
Surimi, meaning "formed fish", turns up in packages labeled this type of "crabmeat" & "lobster"
    $200 5
Chandler helps Peary & Henson discover this on April 6, 1909 after he asks, "Could it be any more cold?"
    $200 16
Where surgery is performed:
    $200 11
This salty smoked salmon tastes great on a bagel
    $400 22
Both Rodin & Brancusi (who once worked for Rodin) did sculptures of an embracing couple titled this
    $400 27
"Say you don't need no diamond ring and I'll be satisfied"
    $400 2
Umeboshi are plums that are pickled, not tickled, this color
    $400 6
Thinking she's dressed as an Indian for a costume party on Dec. 16, 1773, Phoebe attends this Mass. event
    $400 17
A doctor:
    $400 12
Dating from around 2500 B.C., it's 240 feet long, 66 feet tall & its face was modeled after the pharaoh Khafre
    $600 23
His suspended abstract sculptures were given the name "mobiles" by Marcel Duchamp
    $600 28
"Take these broken wings and learn to fly"
    $600 3
Dashi-no-moto is the instant version of dashi; add water & you'll have this
    $600 7
Joey says, "How you doin'" to this actor on April 14, 1865 but has no idea what "Sic Semper Tyrannis" means
    $600 18
Common antibiotic:
    $600 13
A 3-letter word for "to veto", or a German water sprite
    $800 24
This Edvard Erikson sculpture guards Copenhagen Harbor
    $800 29
"The girl that's driving me mad is going away"
    $800 4
Before each bite of sukiyaki, some dip it into this, beaten & raw
    $800 8
In 1540 Rachel says sorry, she hasn't had much luck with marriage, so this king marries Anne of Cleves instead
    DD: $1,000 19
Painful disorder of the joints:
    $800 14
During an 1878 epidemic of this disease, Calamity Jane helped care for the victims
    $1000 25
In a colossal bronze by Cellini, Perseus is holding the head of this gorgon
    $1000 30
"Jojo left his home in Tucson, Arizona for some California grass"
    $1000 10
The Japanese name for this flavor enhancer, also popular in Chinese cooking, is Aji-No-Moto
    $1000 9
Monica ends up in France on July 14, 1789 & freaks out at the mess Parisians make storming this prison
    $1000 20
Useful lab test which can detect infections, anemia, etc.:
    $1000 15
A whirling mass of air or water

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

Phillip Mark Ian
$2,400 $2,400 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phillip Mark Ian
$4,600 $4,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Its return about every 76 years has been documented back to 239 B.C.
    $400 6
His work at Alfred A. Knopf made Chip Kidd a superstar in designing these
    $400 11
Yo, as part of his morning workout, this title movie boxer runs up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
    $400 16
His "Last Stand" came at the hands of the Cheyenne & the Sioux
    $400 26
It's the Canadian province that borders the state of Washington, eh
    $400 21
You can find Boot Hill Museum on Wyatt Earp Blvd. in this Kansas community
    $800 2
The Puerto Rico Trench has the Atlantic's deepest point; this trench has the Pacific's
    $800 7
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Civic Opera House in Chicago.) Built on the eve of the Depression, Chicago's Civic Opera House is in this artsy style
    $800 12
After getting a nice motherly stab, Martin Balsam careens backwards down the stairs in this Hitchcock classic
    $800 17
This 18th century man composed the music heard here:

(Cheryl of the Clue Crew sings.)
"Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear a son and shall call his name..."
    $800 27
Washington State University was closed for a few days in May 1980 because of the eruption of this nearby volcano
    $800 22
This team plays its home games in Texas Stadium
    DD: $1,800 3
Divided into 3 parts as its name implies, this period came right before the Jurassic
    $1200 8
The luxo, with springs to tilt it at the correct angle, is a favorite desktop one of these
    DD: $4,600 13
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Washington, D.C.) The steps leading from Prospect Street to M Street, seen here, were featured in this 1973 thriller
    $1200 18
At a speech given at Harvard in 1947, this man laid out his namesake plan for European economic recovery
    $1200 28
The highest summit in Washington state was given this name by George Vancouver in 1792
    $1200 23
Pullman's Delmonico became the first of these railroad carriages in 1868
    $1600 4
Suffering from premature ignition? You may want a gas where this indicator number is greater
    $1600 9
Type of design that's the title of a work by Raymond Loewy, who designed bottles, cars & refrigerators
    $1600 14
A baby buggy careens down steps in a famous scene from this Russian film
    $1600 19
Asked why he wanted to climb Mount Everest, he famously responded, "Because it is there"
    $1600 29
Nicknamed "Scoop", he represented Washington in the U.S. Senate for 30 years
    $1600 24
This cable outlet airs TV shows like "Blue Planet" & "Walking With Prehistoric Beasts"
    $2000 5
Symbolized D & called heavy hydrogen, it won a Nobel Prize for its discoverers
    $2000 10
Softened by steam, it's the type of wood used to make the 19th century chair seen here
    $2000 15
Robert Preston & Angela Lansbury starred in the film version of this 1957 William Inge play
    $2000 20
Nicknamed "The Iceman", this basketball legend was inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame in 1996
    $2000 30
President Truman visited Washington state in May 1950 to rededicate this large dam
    $2000 25
He wrote "Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business" several years before his more famous book

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phillip Mark Ian
$11,400 $6,400 $9,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Armed Services Committee head Carl Vinson was the first living American for whom the government named 1 of these

Final scores:

Phillip Mark Ian
$6,800 $12,400 $5,400
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $12,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Phillip Mark Ian
$12,400 $12,800 $9,200
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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Game tape date: 2002-07-30
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