Show #4302 - Tuesday, April 22, 2003


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Robin Alvares, a university professor from Edinboro, Pennsylvania

Matt Caruso, a director of market research from Los Angeles, California

Sarah Conrad, a senior program associate from Columbia, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Do they?)
    $200 11
On a plateau in central Asia, Marco Polo noted a wild, horned type of this animal, later named for him
    $200 16
Adopted in 1906 by international agreement, this became the telegraph's standard distress signal
    $200 1
Dudley Moore played this wealthy & lovable sot in 1981 & again in 1988
    $200 6
Military marquis
    $200 24
It's a short, circular blow from the side delivered by a boxer with the elbow bent & rigid
    $200 14
This Cubist did set designs for 1917's "Parade" & had designs on its ballerina Olga Khoklova, later his wife
    $400 12
In 1519 he explored Mexico & won allies among Indians who were subservient to the Aztecs
    $400 17
Bigfoot 5, the biggest monster one of these, is 15 feet 6 inches high, weighs 38,000 pounds & has 10-foot tires
    $400 2
It's the 1988 Dustin Hoffman movie containing the line "K Mart sucks"
    $400 7
One-seventh of the "Deadly Sins"
    $400 25
Consisting of large lead pellets, this hunting supply gets its name from the male of animals like deer
    $400 15
If the original play is too long for you, you might like "The Dream", a 1-act ballet based on this Shakespeare play
    $600 13
Sailing on behalf of Spain, he explored the S. entrance of Puget Sound, where a strait is now named for him
    $600 18
In this classic board game, the kitchen is connected to the study via a secret passage
    $600 3
Jeremy Irons played twin gynecologists in this 1988 David Cronenberg film
    $600 8
Mario, of movie musicals
    $600 26
The prized fish seen here, or the adjective for the smell of some fishermen who haven't bathed
    $600 20
In ballet terminology, it's a full complete turn of the body on one foot
    $800 22
In 1897 Roald Amundsen was first mate aboard the Belgica, a Belgian ship exploring this continent
    $800 19
Freedom One was the name given to the Air Force plane that brought these 52 people back to the U.S. in Jan. '81
    $800 4
This 1987 Bernardo Bertolucci film won 9 Oscars & was based on Pu Yi's autobiography
    DD: $1,000 9
A whip, or a mascaraed hair
    $800 27
It connects your car's crankshaft to a piston; if you "throw" it, you've got a problem
    $800 28
A releve is the raising of the body by lifting these
    $1000 23
Around 480 B.C. Himilco of this powerful north African city sailed the Atlantic, maybe as far north as Ireland
    $1000 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from along the banks of the Thames in London.) Big Ben doesn't properly refer to the clock or the tower, but to a 13-ton one of these inside
    $1000 5
A pregnant Demi Moore saves the world from the apocalypse in this 1988 flick
    $1000 10
The front section of a lower balcony
    $1000 29
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports.) Commonly used in wood flooring, this type of joint is named for 2 parts that fit together

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

Sarah Matt Robin
$200 $3,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Matt Robin
$1,800 $8,600 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
Much of Chinese philosophy of the 300s B.C. was based on these 2 forces meaning "shaded" & "sunny"
    $400 12
This former L.A. Laker holds the NBA record for career points in the playoffs
    $400 22
In an Indian festival every September 17, people enjoy flying these & cutting others' strings
    $400 17
In 1811 the New Orleans became the first steamboat to sail down this river
    $400 6
This prince made the evening news when he broke his right arm playing polo on June 28, 1990
    $400 1
To give someone one of these lifts is to give him an advantage over others
    $800 8
Kierkegaard's "Fear & Trembling" deals with the ethical problem of this Biblical man asked to sacrifice his son
    $800 13
(I'm Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett) In 1983 I set this record for the longest run from scrimmage & I don't think it'll ever be broken
    $800 23
A winged monkey & these little Oz folks are part of the Chesterton, Indiana Oz Fantasy Parade
    $800 18
During a religious festival called the Kumbh Mela, millions of pilgrims bathe in this holy river
    $800 27
This famous statue from 1880 is of a naked man with his arm on his knee & his chin resting on his hand
    $800 2
Sadistic Simon of Stowe's bestseller
    $1200 9
One who makes a practice of challenging supposed knowledge; Pyrrho was said to be the first one
    DD: $1,600 14
Alexander Popov was the first man to win Olympic swimming's 100-meter freestyle twice since this man in the 1920s
    $1200 24
This country has an annual Haydn festival in Eisenstadt & a Schubert festival in Feldkirch
    $1200 19
This largest Alpine lake straddles the border between Switzerland & France
    $1200 28
This British admiral lost an eye in 1794 & his right arm in 1797
    $1200 3
Hoo ha! It's a variety of chicken
    $1600 10
This -ism can mean the pursuit of noble, impractical goals or, in philosophy, the belief that reality is in one's mind
    $1600 15
This giant of the game was the first pro golfer to win 5 Masters titles
    $1600 25
In Chengdu, China you can see an ancient festival of these, & perhaps "raise the red" one
    DD: $3,000 20
The Straits of Mackinac connect these 2 Great Lakes
    $1600 29
It's the largest bone in the human arm
    $1600 4
An overseas emissary of the Pope
    $2000 11
This founder of utilitarianism turned to philosophy out of disgust with British law
    $2000 16
Lance Armstrong & this man are the only 2 Americans ever to win cycling's Tour de France
    $2000 26
Every spring horses make 30 jumps in Britain's annual Grand National one of these races
    $2000 21
Noted for its turquoise waters, it's the pearl of the Canadian Rockies seen here
    $2000 5
Frenchman who composed "The Windmills of Your Mind"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Matt Robin
$3,000 $12,600 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 longest-running musicals in Broadway history; Cameron Mackintosh produced both of them

Final scores:

Sarah Matt Robin
$3,000 $22,201 $200
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $22,201 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sarah Matt Robin
$3,000 $14,000 $13,600
11 R,
3 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2003-01-29
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