Show #4292 - Tuesday, April 8, 2003


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Bruce Janger, a retired attorney from Santa Monica, California

Alison Stern-Dunyan, a writer and editor from Lexington, Massachusetts

Sarah Gaymon, a computer systems analyst from Gambrills, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A whole category devoted to TV Guide in honor of their 50th anniversary.)
(Alex: But it's not!)
    $200 3
He won with the least number of electoral votes ever -- 69
    $200 5
Debuting in April 1953, the first cover, seen here, featured her newborn son, Desiderio Alberto Arnaz IV
    $200 12
The Baker's Local No. 338 formed between 1910 & 1915 was for an elite group of bakers of these "Jewish Donuts"
    $200 1
Lochaber, Wigtown & Inverness
    $200 16
The first comprehensive guide to tea drinking was written by Lu Yu of this country in the 8th century
    $200 17
Unverified gossip or rumor; it's often excluded from court
    $400 4
He had 219 in 1960 & it wasn't enough; the 301 he got 8 years later were
    $400 8
The 1981 issue seen here featured prime-time vixens Pamela Sue Martin, Morgan Fairchild & this "Knots Landing" star
    $400 14
First name of Mr. Handwerker, who opened a hot dog stand in Coney Island in 1916
    $400 2
Armagh, Down & Londonderry
    $400 19
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London) I'm enjoying a cup of this tea named for the man who was prime minister to King William IV
    $400 18
The 2000 Robert Mondavi one has nuances of hazelnut & goes well with salmon
    $600 6
He got 1 vote in 1820 & though his 84 in 1824 weren't the most, the House made him president
    $600 9
The February 27, 1965 issue featured the womenfolk of this series
    $600 15
The IRT operated the first ones of these in NYC back in 1904
    $600 28
Falkirk, Angus & Strathclyde
    $600 20
Popular in the South, it's made by setting cold water & teabags in a pitcher outside & leaving them to infuse
    $600 23
December 26, when British servants traditionally get gifts
    $800 7
The votes Horace Greeley got in 1872 were divided among 4 other candidates, as Greeley did this on November 29
    $800 10
He designed the 1966 cover featuring Barbara Feldon of "Get Smart", seen here
    $800 26
Last name of siblings Daniel, John & Elisha, who took over dad's clothing store in 1850
    $800 29
Durham, Dorset & Devon
    DD: $1,200 21
The name of this most basic grade of black tea may refer in part to the Dutch royal house
    $800 24
Maryland's Severn River is an inlet of it
    $1000 11
Closer than Bush & Gore's 271 to 266 was the tie in 1800 with 73 each between Jefferson & this man
    $1000 13
In the 1970s, a lot of viewers were suckers for this crime series whose stars are pictured here
    $1000 27
George Dunlap joined up with this man in 1898 to publish books, left him in 1899, but came back in 1900
    $1000 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London) Tea was still new to England when he had his first cup & wrote about it in his diary, September 25, 1660
    $1000 25
A stream of electrons from a negatively charged electrode

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

Sarah Alison Bruce
$200 $2,400 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Alison Bruce
$3,200 $3,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
Mendeleyev didn't know about this set of gases, which includes helium & argon, so they weren't on his table
    $400 21
This country's 2-Euro coin features pacifist Bertha von Suttner; its 1-Euro coin has good old Wolfgang
    $400 1
This Tennessee Williams cotton plantation patriarch is unaware that he is dying of cancer
    $400 6
"Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly a girl with kaleidoscope eyes"
    $400 11
This liberator is often called the "George Washington of South America"
    $400 16
In 1934 Goodpasture & Johnson isolated the virus that causes this disease of the parotid glands
    $800 27
(Sofia of the Clue Crew demonstrates.) When I put lemon juice on litmus paper, the resulting color tells me where on this scale it belongs
    $800 22
This country has a very busy coin; Europa is being abducted by Zeus who is in the form of a bull
    $800 2
In a 1960 musical, this Elvis-like rock star gets his draft notice from Uncle Sam -- bye, bye
    $800 7
"I am the Eggman"
    $800 12
After he was banished from Iceland for murder, he discovered Greenland around 982
    $800 17
Species of this ornamental flower include Feverfew & Pyrethrum, both of which are used in insecticides
    $1200 28
Most types of E. coli work safely in your intestines; some even help make this blood-clotting vitamin
    $1200 23
Put the coins of Luxembourg & The Netherlands together & it looks like Grand Duke Henri is kissing this queen
    $1200 3
Seymour, a clerk at Mushnik's Skid Row Florists, names his carnivorous plant after this lover
    $1200 8
"It always leads me here, lead me to your door"
    DD: $1,400 13
It's the name shared by an Irish revolutionary & the pilot of the command module during the first moon landing
    $1200 18
This phrase for meaningless talk or nonsense is a corruption of an African spirit's name, Mama Dyumbo
    $1600 29
Heat a soda can with 1 tsp. of water in it, then invert it in a pot of water & it'll collapse by atmospheric this
    $1600 24
A French coin features a tree (oooohhh) & this motto of the republic
    $1600 4
In this play Veta Simmons tries to get her brother Elwood P. Dowd committed to a sanitorium
    $1600 9
"Grandchildren on your knee -- Vera, Chuck and Dave"
    $1600 14
In 1839 Joseph Cinque led a famous slave revolt aboard this Spanish ship
    $1600 19
From the Old French for "to wear a mask", it's a masked or costumed merrymaker
    $2000 30
Since the 18th C., brewers have used this device to measure the alcoholic, not water, content of their booze
    DD: $6,400 25
This country whose name on its coins begins with an "E" has a king on them
    $2000 5
Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" focuses on the romance & marriage of Emily & him
    $2000 10
"I once had a girl, or should I say she once had me"
    $2000 15
Russian prince & military hero who was the subject of an Eisenstein movie, with music by Prokofiev
    $2000 20
In 1995 the city of Bombay officially changed its name to this, its name in the Marathi language

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Alison Bruce
$10,800 $11,200 $16,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This 1995 double Oscar winner takes its title from a line used by Claude Rains in 1942's "Casablanca"

Final scores:

Sarah Alison Bruce
$21,598 $200 $22,401
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $22,401

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sarah Alison Bruce
$6,400 $12,400 $16,400
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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Game tape date: 2002-12-11
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