Show #4265 - Friday, February 28, 2003


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Rich Reddick, a graduate student originally from Austin, Texas

Susan Jensen, a lawyer from Huntington Beach, California

Jeff Fowler, a writer and actor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hey, you're going back to school!)
"Q" & A
    $200 26
This man whose name is on a laboratory burner invented a carbon-zinc electric cell
    $200 1
This Seattle band played its final show March 1, 1994 in Munich; its lead singer would be dead the next month
    $200 6
Usual workplace of a saucier, a poissonier & a garde-manger
    $200 15
Rudyard Kipling called this animal's hump "An ugly lump which well you may see at the zoo"
    $200 7
Since 1804 the presidential inaugural parade has traveled up this street from the Capitol to the White House
    $200 16
Seen here, it no longer travels
    $400 27
The largest part of a water molecule is an atom of this element that has a negative charge
    $400 2
English & Spanish versions of the song "She Bangs" are on his 2000 CD "Sound Loaded"
    $400 11
The traditional entry-level area of a talent agency; Michael Ovitz started there at William Morris
    $400 22
In Browning's "The Pied Piper of Hamelin", "Out of the houses" these "came tumbling", great, small, lean, brawny...
    $400 8
The name of this London street off Whitehall is often used to mean the British government
    $400 17
Another name for a search, perhaps for a grail?
    $600 3
(Alex: We'll get this clue from Jeff Probst) In 1982 Van Halen covered this signature Roy Orbison tune
    $600 12
A triage nurse is the first person who will tend to you if you go to this part of a hospital
    $600 23
An old proverb says, "If wishes were" these, "beggars would ride"
    $600 9
Market Street runs from the Ferry Building at the waterfront to the foot of Twin Peaks in this city
    $600 18
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) It's the body part I'm working here
    $800 5
2 hard-living Mancunian brothers are the core of this band heard here
    $800 13
In the U.S. the FBI has about 60 of the local offices usually called these
    $800 24
Bret Harte wrote of this scavenger: "Blown out of the prairie in twilight & dew, half bold & half timid, yet lazy all through"
    $800 10
In "Easter Parade", it's the street on which "The photographers will snap us" & you'll be in the rotogravure
    $800 19
The first of these uniquely styled military huts was constructed in 1941
    $1000 4
Acclaimed playwright Israel Horovitz is the father of Adam Horovitz, AKA this group's King Ad-Rock
    $1000 14
3-letter word paired with 'tool" in a type of manufacturer of precision products
    DD: $2,500 25
Darwin supporter T.H. Huxley said man shouldn't "be ashamed of having" this large animal "for his grandfather"
    $1000 20
The name of this Paris thoroughfare means "Avenue of the Elysian Fields"
    $1000 21
(Sofia of the Clue Crew on the ship Santa Maria in Columbus, Ohio) Generally reserved for officers, it's the rear part of the upper level of an old sailing ship

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

Jeff Susan Rich
$2,400 $200 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Susan Rich
$1,600 $200 $8,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the foreign country nearest each place we name.)
    $400 1
Brabantio, this woman's father, dies of grief over her marriage to Othello
    $400 18
It makes sense that the 1960s show "Make That Spare" was shot inside these
    $400 4
From Santiago,
    $400 22
In 1996 the destroyed HMCS Columbia was sunk to make an artificial one of these for divers
    $400 11
Slaves & women were also allowed into the Garden, a school Epicurus founded in this city around 306 B.C.
    $400 8
It's a fancier name for pool
    $800 2
This tragic king cries, "Keep me in temper; I would not be mad"
    $800 19
The Oxygen network has breathed new life into this old Garry Moore show
    $800 7
Why not from Minot, U.S.A., population 35,000
    $800 23
Alternobaric vertigo is dizziness brought on by inequality of pressures in this body part
    $800 12
Pythagoras found the morning & evening stars were the same body; once called Aphrodite, it's now called this
    $800 9
It's a fancier name for pita
    $1200 3
The name of the monstrous Caliban in this play is an anagram of an old spelling of "cannibal"
    $1200 20
Pat Sajak & Art Fleming have hosted special versions of this long-running quiz show sponsored by GE
    $1200 16
From Baghdad,
    $1200 24
This Lloyd Bridges TV show that ran from 1957 to 1961 helped to popularize the sport
    $1200 13
Arnold Schoenberg, Erwin Schrodinger & Franz Schubert were born in what is now this country
    $1200 10
This occurs when a president fails to sign a bill within 10 days of the adjournment of Congress
    $1600 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in Stratford-upon-Avon, England) You'll find "The whining schoolboy creeping like snail unwillingly to school" in "The Ages of Man" speech from this Shakespeare play
    $1600 21
Couples on this show played for "A grand prize chosen especially for them"
    DD: $2,000 17
From Peshawar,
    $1600 14
This author of "My Fight for Birth Control" was married twice & known to have many lovers
    $1600 25
This 10-inch rodent uses its nearly hairless tail as an organ of touch, which is handy when backing up in tunnels
    $2000 6
A guilty Macbeth laments, "Methought I heard a voice cry" do this "'no more!'"
    $2000 28
The first Cable Ace Award in a game show category went to this, Nickelodeon's first game show
    $2000 26
From Mombasa,
    DD: $1,300 15
It was while covering this case in Paris that Theodor Herzl figured that Jews needed their own homeland
    $2000 27
Ann-Margret made her movie debut in this 1961 film starring Bette Davis as Damon Runyon's Apple Annie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Susan Rich
$7,200 $100 $14,900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: What do you know about the good old USA?)
In area, they're the largest & smallest states that joined the Union in the 19th century

Final scores:

Jeff Susan Rich
$201 $1 $14,450
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $14,450

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Susan Rich
$7,200 $1,400 $13,000
17 R,
3 W
7 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 2002-11-07
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