Show #4270 - Friday, March 7, 2003

Max Levaren game 3.

(Jimmy: You know, Grace, it's getting harder and harder to tell the difference between robots and humans.)
(Grace: It sure is, Jimmy; stay tuned for a robot's view on Jeopardy!)


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Ben Dufour, a credit specialist from Old Orchard Beach, Maine

Joanne Daley, a public defender from New York City, New York

Max Levaren, a personal success coach from San Diego, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And aren't they just!)
(Alex: We want you to name the state whose all-time temperature we give you.)
    $200 21
European workers average 6 weeks of this a year, 3 times what many Americans get -- maybe you don't find that so funny
    $200 16
Let's see if all their ads have worked; company whose logo is seen here
    $200 1
He teamed with Cheech on numerous comedy albums
    $200 11
100 degrees on June 27, 1915 in Fort Yukon
    $200 26
In the book he was discovered behind a screen that Toto knocked over; in the film, behind a curtain
    $200 6
Another term for upper case characters such as the ones that start a sentence
    $400 22
Germans like to watch 2 guys ride these around & around a track for 6 days
    $400 17
For your information, Mary J. Blige has asked in song "What's" this
    $400 2
Some of his "Seven Words You Can't Say on TV" are now said on TV, especially cable
    $400 12
125 degrees on July 29, 1994 in Laughlin
    $400 27
The extravagances of Dennis Kozlowski, disgraced head of Tyco Intl., included a $6,000 one of these
    $400 7
The organization of events or storylines in a tale, as in Stephen King's "Graveyard Shift"
    $600 23
After the Finns let in some steam in these baths, they enjoy a roll in the snow
    $600 18
This Internet service provider can be on your cell phone with its "Anywhere" program
    $600 3
"The Best Second Banana in the Business", he gained undying fame as sewer worker Ed Norton
    $600 13
118 degrees on June 20, 1934 in Keokuk
    $600 28
Similar to the Iron Curtain, it was the ideological barrier between Communist China & other countries
    $600 8
Latin for "thus", it would precede (& possibly follow) the paleontologist's motto "Semper Tyrannosaurus"
    $800 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Rome.) Romans used to flood the Piazza Navona mainly to stage mock versions of these
    $800 19
Launched July 10, 1962, the first satellite in this series could handle up to 600 phone calls or 1 TV signal at once!
    $800 4
She was the first original member of "Saturday Night Live" to score a success with a second TV series
    $800 14
109 degrees on July 10, 1936 in Cumberland & Frederick
    $800 9
Meter for blank verse & 5 disposable pens
    $1000 25
Europe still has kings -- this one came to the Spanish throne in 1975
    DD: $1,000 20
Its country code is 84; its city codes include 1 -- Colombo & 8 -- Kandy
    $1000 5
This understated comedian played Mr. Peepers & was the voice of Underdog
    $1000 15
119 degrees on July 10, 1898 in Pendleton
    $1000 10
There are 2 of these phrases in the sentence "Santa enjoys dining out but the lady of the house likes to eat in"

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

Max Joanne Ben
$4,600 -$400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Max Joanne Ben
$7,800 -$400 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: As promised in the intro to our show.)
    $400 2
A 1983 novel by Christa Wolf focuses on Cassandra, the disbelieved prophetess of this ancient city
    $400 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.) With its ability to enter tight spaces, like collapsed buildings, the snake robot is used in US&R, or urban this
    $400 12
If you're on the road to Morocco, take along some Bob Hopes & these, Bob's partner
    $400 15
John Tyler was born in this state in 1790 (don't say naked) & he died in it in 1862 (don't say naked)
    $400 1
Me Alex; you one who know this man create Tarzan
    $800 3
In this Anne Tyler novel, a glum travel writer is revived by free-spirited dog trainer Muriel Pritchett
    $800 26
In 1939 tenor saxophonist Coleman Hawkins recorded his now-classic version of this song heard here
    $800 16
It's estimated that in the 1990s about 700,000 robots were in use, over 400,000 of them in this Asian country
    $800 13
The name on this hybrid tea rose is also on a great pair of records -- "9 to 5" & "Two Doors Down"
    DD: $2,000 17
First Lady Julia Tyler asked the Marine Band to announce the arrival of her husband with this tune
    $800 6
This actor's films include "Lethal Weapon", "Predator II", & "The Buddy Holly Story"
    $1200 4
The name of this "Twelfth Night" heroine is pronounced with a long "I", unlike the musical instrument
    $1200 25
Duke Ellington co-wrote "In A Sentimental Mood" & this "mood"y 1931 standard
    $1200 14
The Harprier & Harunique roses are also known by these Mesopotamian river names
    $1200 18
Tyler figured with not much to do as vice president, he could stay at home with his sick wife; then this president died...
    $1200 7
Hirsute Civil War general seen here
    $1600 10
This Theodore Dreiser heroine becomes a star of the stage, but happiness eludes her
    $1600 24
John Coltrane's version of this song from "The Sound of Music" became a sort of theme song for him
    $1600 21
This title character of "The Western World" knows this other name of the Cheerio rose
    $1600 19
As "His Accidency" had 15 of these from 1815 to 1860, we figure some weren't accidents
    $1600 8
In the 1969 film "Anne of the Thousand Days", she played Anne Boleyn
    $2000 11
This Ibsen heroine leaves the "Doll's House" in which her husband keeps her
    $2000 23
A swinging jazz tune is called "Stompin' at" this place, also the name of a swanky London hotel
    $2000 22
The Schneewittchen rose, also called this, would have been a hit in Titanic staterooms
    $2000 20
In his "American Notes", this British author relates meeting the "Unaffected, gentlemanly, & agreeable" Tyler
    $2000 9
Michelangelo's surname

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Max Joanne Ben
$15,000 $2,000 -$200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only time the host country failed to win a gold medal was at the Olympics held in this Western Hemisphere city

Final scores:

Max Joanne Ben
$15,000 $0 -$200
3-day champion: $46,400 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Max Joanne Ben
$15,000 $1,800 -$200
23 R,
4 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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Game tape date: 2002-11-16
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