Show #4284 - Thursday, March 27, 2003


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Barbara Long, a certified dog trainer from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Jeff Thompson, a high school teacher from Lake Forest, Illinois

Luis Cordon, a psychology professor from Coventry, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $44,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

V FOR...
(Alex: ...whatever.)
    $200 12
In March 1969 Baron Constantine, lawyer & cricket star, became the 1st black member of this house of Parliament
    $200 7
Back in ancient Rome, when someone gave you V he gave you this
    $200 17
    $200 22
This tradition began because the bride fled crowds trying to take something from her for good luck
    $200 1
This blonde trained Sylvester Stallone to be a country singer in "Rhinestone"
    $200 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at a cafe in Rome) If I ask an Italian lady "Esposa?", I'm asking her this
    $400 13
Frederick II, who held this "Holy" position, wasn't holy enough for the Pope & was excommunicated in March 1239
    $400 8
When used in nuclear physics, the unit of energy abbreviated eV stands for electron-this
    $400 18
    $400 23
This portal has become a metaphor for frequent changes of personnel
    $400 3
Her TV sitcom brood includes 2 teenage daughters, a teenage son-in-law & a grandbaby
    $400 27
Quattrocento refers to this century, specifically the early Renaissance in Italy
    $600 14
On March 14, 1964 he was sentenced to death for killing the man who killed the president
    $600 9
In 1996 President Clinton signed a bill that said all of these made after 1997 should contain a V-chip
    $600 19
    $600 24
On Guy Fawkes Day, grotesque stuffed figures called Guys are tossed onto these
    $600 4
Glen Campbell co-starred in this 1969 film, but unlike John Wayne, he didn't win an Oscar for it
    $600 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Rome) The city I'm in is Roma, Florence is Firenze & Naples is this
    $800 15
In March 1999, Ta Mok, AKA "The Butcher", became the first senior member of this Cambodian group arrested
    $800 10
To the U.S. in WWII V was for victory; to the Germans it stood for Vergeltungswaffe, the name of this weapon
    $800 20
    DD: $2,000 25
From the French for "to roast", it's a spit used to turn meat over a source of heat
    $800 5
Trisha Yearwood commanded our attention as Lt. Commander Teresa Coulter on this military legal TV series
    $800 29
In Italian, coincidenza are these which travelers make with trains or planes
    $1000 16
In March 1562 members of this French religious group were massacred at Vassy
    $1000 11
In 1982 this private detective whose first name is Victoria made her debut in the book "Indemnity Only"
    $1000 21
The Netherlands
    $1000 26
In 1862 he patented his now famous gun with a hand crank for rapid firing of 250 or more rounds a minute
    $1000 6
This teenage country singer starred in the 1997 TV movie "Holiday in Your Heart", based on her own novel
    $1000 30
It's Italian for "the street" & the Italian title of a 1954 Fellini classic

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

Luis Jeff Barbara
$4,400 $2,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Luis Jeff Barbara
$10,200 $1,400 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Time Magazine, of course.)
(Alex: Hey, folks...)
(Alex: I guess...)
    $400 12
The fame of this frontier fruit tree planter flowered after an 1871 article in Harper's Magazine
    $400 1
A cruise along this country's Riviera would include stops in Cabo San Lucas & Mazatlan
    $400 2
One-year-old cover subject seen here in 1962
    $400 7
Nickname given to Willie Winkie of nursery rhyme & Willie Keeler of baseball's Hall of Fame
    $400 17
This phenomenon can heat the air in its path to over 45,000 degrees Fahrenheit
    $400 20
It weighs 45.52 carats
    $800 13
Among this lumberjack's impressive achievements was digging Puget Sound
    $800 25
In Tokyo drop by Sapporo's museum devoted to this; you can sample some as well
    $800 3
Since the cover seen here, he's become a government prof. at Northeastern
    $800 8
Amsterdam-born soccer star Johan Cruyff inevitably became "The Flying" this
    $800 18
It's a hand-operated, flexible-sided wind-making device that a blacksmith uses to heat up his fire
    $800 21
A collection of household items a young woman accumulates in anticipation of marriage
    $1200 14
With his 20-pound hammers, he won a hole drillin' contest against a man with a steam-powered drill
    $1200 26
Stock up on cuckoo clocks & ham while visiting this "dark" wooded region of Germany
    $1200 4
We hate to raise eyebrows, but you can't help it with this world leader seen here in 1964
    $1200 9
Famous nickname of drag racing legend Don Garlits
    $1200 19
From the Greek for "earth heat", it's the term for the energy that comes from the natural heat of the Earth
    $1200 22
Proverbially, this phrase precedes, "Prepare for the worst"
    $1600 15
This "King of the Keelboatmen" had a daughter named Sal who once fought a duel with a thunderbolt
    DD: $7,000 27
It's the country you're visiting if you've just landed at King Abdul Aziz International Airport
    $1600 5
Don't "Axis" who this is; we thought you knew
    DD: $6,000 10
Due to her specialty, Olympic swimming gold medalist Mary T. Meagher had this opera title as a nickname
    $1600 29
The 3 methods by which heat can be transferred are this method, conduction & radiation
    $1600 23
She earned a Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for 1957's "Peyton Place"
    $2000 16
According to an 1858 poem, this Pilgrim proposed to Priscilla Mullens on behalf of his friend Miles Standish
    $2000 28
When in Rome, it's hard to miss this ancient monument seen here; it's over 100 feet tall
    $2000 6
He's seen here in 1930, the year he became emperor
    $2000 11
This former Atlanta Braves first baseman is nicknamed "The Crime Dog"
    $2000 30
The name of this large & often ornate Russian urn used to heat water for tea is from the Russian for "self-boil"
    $2000 24
Ulysses Grant had a base during the Civil War in what's now this eastern Virginia city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Luis Jeff Barbara
$19,400 $19,000 $1,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The main library at the University of Northern Colorado is named for this alumnus who wrote an epic of Colorado in 1974

Final scores:

Luis Jeff Barbara
$799 $19,000 $1,999
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $19,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Luis Jeff Barbara
$18,200 $14,600 $8,000
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2002-12-04
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