Show #4182 - Tuesday, November 5, 2002

(Cheryl: Today on Jeopardy! we celebrate the Renaissance.)
(Jimmy: I don't have to wear tights, do I?)


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Laura Johnson, a homemaker from Columbia, Maryland

John Savage, a voiceover artist and actor from Redondo Beach, California

Sandra Alboum, a translator from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The movie.)
    $200 1
Sulfur compounds in polluted air cause silver to do this
    $200 11
At the Oscars, he lost out as actor & director for "Kane" but shared Best Original Screenplay
    $200 26
A vote in the affirmative
    $200 6
Jeff Davis, a horse he acquired during the Civil War, later accompanied him to the White House
    $200 13
Ralph, nicknamed "Bottles", was the brother of this gangster, nicknamed "Scarface"
    $200 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew attends a jousting tourney.) King Arthur set up the Diamond Jousts, a series of 9 annual tournaments, all won by this knight
    $400 2
It sounds like a thousand million, but it's an overall term for gold considered in mass rather than in value
    $400 12
This actress whose career is caricatured in "Kane" was played by Kirsten Dunst in 2002's "The Cat's Meow"
    $400 27
A lunar mare, Tranquility is one
    $400 7
The Lincolns' menagerie included rabbits, horses & 2 of these named Nanko & Nanny
    $400 14
Sheriff Pat Garrett said this crook's "face always wore a smile"
    $400 22
This synonym for jousting that sounds like a pinball term refers to the barrier between the opponents
    DD: $1,000 3
The world's largest gold field is in the Witwatersrand region of this country
    $600 18
The film opens at this vast, gloomy Kane estate
    $600 28
A football is placed on it in preparation for the kickoff
    $600 8
Barney, George W. Bush's Scottish terrier, was a gift from this New Jersey governor, now head of the EPA
    $600 15
In 1868 the Reno Brothers robbed one of these in Indiana, years before the James Gang did it out west
    $600 23
In this 2001 film Heath Ledger is a peasant who vows to become a knight by jousting his way to the top
    $800 4
Some newborns' eyes are treated with a mild solution of this chemical to prevent blindness
    $800 19
Not Hearst but this MGM mogul offered to pay $800,000, the cost of the film, to have it destroyed
    $800 30
At this social gathering people combine amusement & competition while making such things as quilts
    $800 9
Charlie, one of the Kennedys' dogs, was a distant offspring of the dog that played this role in "The Thin Man"
    $800 16
The Queen Anne's Revenge was a ship of this pirate, whose whole known career lasted from 1716 to 1718
    $800 24
Today, joust fans, a bloody treat! Sir Harry has challenged Sir Gary to battle "a outrance", which means this
    $1000 5
On August 17, 1896 gold was discovered in Bonanza Creek, a tributary of this Yukon Territory river
    $1000 20
It's Kane's full name
    $1000 29
In the names of birds, it follows Steller's, pinyon, gray & blue
    $1000 10
He kept some of his favorite racing fillies at the White House, including Emily & Lady Nashville
    $1000 17
2 months after Bonnie & Clyde were shot down in Louisiana, he got it outside the Biograph in Chicago
    $1000 25
Most jousting was unregulated & illegal until given official sanction for the first time by this English king in 1194 A.D.

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

Sandra John Laura
$200 -$1,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandra John Laura
$2,400 $1,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 11
In 1823 Lord Byron penned, "And, after all, what is a lie? 'Tis but" this "in masquerade"
    $400 6
Before she struck out on her own in 1992, she had 14 No. 1 hits with her mother Naomi
    $400 25
In one of this apostle's epistles, he uses the additional name Simon
    $400 1
This major soft drink brand was created in Waco, Texas in 1885 & named for a Virginia physician
    $400 15
Mountain streams in Peru are the source of this river that empties into the Atlantic Ocean
    $400 20
To imprison
    $800 12
In a Tennyson poem, "Into the jaws of death, into the mouth of hell rode" this number
    $800 7
In 1985 he won the CMA's first Music Video of the Year Award for "All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin' Over Tonight"
    $800 26
Ephron the Hittite sold this patriarch the field where he buried his wife Sarah
    $800 2
The bunny who advertises this chocolate milk mix from Nestle "can't drink it slow"
    $800 16
After considerable slaughter, this conquistador founded the city of Lima, Peru in January 1535
    $800 21
A spoken magic spell
    $1200 13
This "Faerie Queene" poet is also famous for his 1595 work "Amoretti", a series of 89 love sonnets
    $1200 8
It's the country-rock "railroad" that gave us "Queen of Memphis" in 1992
    $1200 28
In Luke 8, Jesus is followed by Joanna, Susanna & this devoted woman out of whom devils were cast
    DD: $1,500 3
Lars Olson Smith's "Purified Tenfold" distilling system produced a vodka named this for its complete purity
    $1200 17
Puno, Peru & La Paz, Bolivia are at opposite ends of this 3,200-square-mile lake
    $1200 22
Too great to measure
    $1600 14
In his "Ode on" this Keats wrote, "Heard melodies are sweet, but those unheard are sweeter"
    $1600 9
Named for a steamboat captain, this "Mother Church of Country Music" was home to the Opry for 31 years
    $1600 29
"The Prayer of" this obscure Biblical person topped bestseller lists in 2001
    $1600 4
San Francisco's Buena Vista Cafe is credited with inventing this hot drink popular on St. Patrick's Day
    $1600 18
This fast creature seen here can be widely found in the grasslands of southern Peru
    DD: $2,000 23
Glowing brightly
    $2000 27
He knew a lot about "Stone Walls": he was imprisoned in 1642 & 1648 & wrote famous poems both times
    $2000 10
During his career, this "Tennessee Plowboy" spent a record 145 weeks at the No. 1 position on the country charts
    $2000 5
Nebraskan Edwin Perkins created a fruit drink he named this, a nod to its summertime appeal
    $2000 19
In the 19th century Peru fought a war with Bolivia against Chile over this mineral-rich desert
    $2000 24
To deprive of effectiveness

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandra John Laura
$11,900 $5,800 $5,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Phrase associated with very dissimilar events of April 19, 1775 & October 3, 1951

Final scores:

Sandra John Laura
$11,800 $1 $0
2-day champion: $31,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sandra John Laura
$11,200 $5,800 $5,000
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
4 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 2002-07-31
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