Show #4181 - Monday, November 4, 2002


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Sandra Alboum, a translator from Arlington, Virginia

Eric Huff, a history teacher from Spartanburg, South Carolina

George Hicks, a law student from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,998)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Profession in which you'd find a nightingale, Florence Nightingale
    $200 26
It's the belt color of a rank amateur in judo or karate
    $200 13
Among this city's daily newspapers are the English-language Herald & the Spanish-language Diario Las Americas
    $200 1
Jane Goodall is considered the world's leading authority on these
    $200 9
Want heavenly help to pick the right lingerie? Bali's website uses these, based on your birthdate, to help you
    $200 6
Later the host of "The Tonight Show", this man began his TV career at Omaha's WOW-TV
    $400 8
During acid reflux, acid from here goes up into the esophagus
    $400 27
In an older car, try using a pair of panty hose as a substitute for a broken one of these just behind your car radiator
    $400 14
This city was the only Confederate capital east of the Mississippi never captured by the Union during the Civil War
    $400 2
Pink's in Hollywood, Calif. calls itself "Home of the World's Best" this, & you'll need plenty of napkins
    $400 12
The article seen here was her second donation to Frederick's of Hollywood Museum; the first was stolen
    $400 20
The presidency of this man who's on a U.S. bill is marked by the Tripolitan War & a large land purchase
    DD: $2,000 10
Each of these organs is lined with a membrane called a pleura; hence, pleurisy
    $600 28
Fibrous nickname for the U.S. agricultural area most susceptible to a boll weevil attack
    $600 17
Just like its Italian namesake, it has canals criss-crossing the city
    $600 3
You'll find this state capital about 100 miles north of Denver
    $600 15
In 2001 ABC followed a supermodel edition of "Millionaire" with a fashion show by this lingerie firm
    $600 23
In the film bio of this Notre Dame coach, Ronald Reagan uttered his famous line: "Win one for the Gipper"
    $800 11
The peptic ones of these are usually broken down into gastric & duodenal types
    $800 29
One source says the "pumpkin shell" in which Peter kept his wife was really this modesty enforcer
    $800 18
Established as a military post in 1838, it's now the home of the International Swimming Hall of Fame
    $800 4
Its line of cars includes the Cavalier & Prizm
    $800 21
This Aussie supermodel has her own line of intimates
    $800 24
Known to millions as Ralph Malph, this man continued his acting in the Ron Howard movie "EDtv"
    $1000 16
Chemical found in nearly all your body's tissues; pollens may cause cells to release it
    $1000 30
Some believe this planet is not a planet, just the largest known object in the Kuiper Belt
    $1000 19
You won't find Capt. Tony Nelson in this "chocolaty" city, but you will find a missile exhibit at nearby Patrick AFB
    $1000 5
In this 1970s bestseller Erich Von Daniken first proposed that alien astronauts visited the Earth
    $1000 22
In 1986 this underwear maker introduced its "Her Way" line
    $1000 25
The founder of the Bourbon royal line, Henry IV of France is also known by this regional name

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

George Eric Sandra
$4,200 $1,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Eric Sandra
$4,400 $6,400 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 9
Fernando Pessoa of Lisbon & Machado de Assis of Rio de Janeiro were great writers in this language
    $400 1
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew on an exercise mat.) This term for a type of exercise comes from the Greek sthenos, meaning strength
    $400 14
1964 for "My Fair Lady"
    $400 15
Musical in which a former general manager of the Lakers joins the Jets to take on the Sharks
    $400 26
Pope Urban II said anyone going to liberate this city for devotion alone, not booty, can do it instead of any penance
    $400 6
A rabbit's upper one is split, making it easier to gnaw at bark
    $800 10
In the 18th C. Radischev protested the abuse of peasants in "Journey from St. Petersburg to" this big city
    $800 2
This TV exercise guru often has had people "Sweatin' to the Oldies"
    $800 22
1989 for "My Left Foot"
    $800 16
Cemetery for hamburger meat
    $800 27
The holy lance that had pierced this man centuries earlier was reportedly "miraculously found" in Antioch
    $800 7
Answering this aurally-challenged kid's song title question, the English lop rabbit would reply "Yes"
    $1200 11
This language that "Beowulf" was written in is more like modern German than the language we speak
    DD: $1,500 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrating an exercise.) This great ultimate exercise is practiced worldwide for health, relaxation & self-defense
    $1200 23
1968 for "Charly"
    $1200 17
Army doctor who discovered that yellow fever was transmitted by clarinets & bassoons
    $1200 28
Geoffrey de Villehardouin claimed it was the best city for crusaders' booty; they even sacked its Hagia Sophia
    $1200 8
The Vienna gene makes some rabbits' eyes this color, which should remind you of Vienna's river
    DD: $3,000 12
A 1623 Walloon drama was literally one of these preachy "plays" -- that was the title
    $1600 4
In gymnastics, women perform this event to music, men without music
    $1600 24
1955 for "Marty"
    $1600 18
CNN's suspender-wearing host who's the current monarch of Spain
    $1600 29
Suffering from the heat, this bearded Holy Roman emperor decided to cool off in a river & promptly drowned
    $1600 20
A doe is a female rabbit; this is a male rabbit, & a stud one is used for mating
    $2000 13
Sherlock Holmes finds "as much sense in Hafiz", a 14th C. Persian poet, "as in" this Roman with an "H" name
    $2000 5
A series of yoga exercises traditionally performed at dawn is called this "salutation"
    $2000 25
1974 for "Harry and Tonto"
    $2000 19
Crumbly baked apple dessert whose recipe falls under "The Feminine Mystique"
    $2000 30
Walter the Penniless was this hermit's advance man
    $2000 21
The Flemish Giant, the largest domestic breed, has also been called this, like a resident of a vast Argentine plateau

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Eric Sandra
$5,000 $15,600 $9,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It is an official language of about 30 countries, second only to English

Final scores:

George Eric Sandra
$9,998 $10,200 $19,400
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Eric Sandra
$6,600 $15,600 $9,400
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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Game tape date: 2002-07-31
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