Show #4277 - Tuesday, March 18, 2003


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John Franklin, a sales manager from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Barbara Liu, an English professor from Tolland, Connecticut

Amanda Potocky, a senior clinical data coordinator from Cary, North Carolina (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
Tintoretto was in his 70s when he began painting his massive "Paradise" canvas for the doge's palace in this city
    $200 13
In 2001 terrorism fears spurred calls to close Indian Point, this type of power plant near NYC
    $200 6
In the 1980s this Texan sometimes ended his broadcast with a cryptic "Courage"
    $200 1
Indira Gandhi National Open University
    $200 11
Foucault hung his pendulum from the dome of the Pantheon in this city
    $200 23
in geometry a lower case d represents this line segment
    $400 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from San Francisco.) Here at the Palace Hotel you'll find Maxfield Parrish's famous mural depicting this legendary character
    $400 14
In 1998 philanthropist George Soros pledged $1 million to distribute clean ones to prevent HIV spread
    $400 7
Until 1981, this CBS anchorman signed off with "And that's the way it is"
    $400 2
Istituto Guglielmo Tagliacarne
    $400 12
The Pleistocene Epoch was the last time about 1/3 of the Earth's land surface was covered by these
    $400 24
John 3:16 says of the son of God, "Whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have" this type of "life"
    $600 20
He lived for awhile at the Rue des Moulins bordello, & painted its ladies of the evening in their parlor
    $600 15
In 1994 this state's voters approved a controversial measure allowing assisted suicide
    $600 8
They signed off with "Good night, David. Good night, Chet. And good night from NBC News"
    $600 3
D.I. Mendeleyev University of Chemical Technology
    $600 28
For Louis XV from 1769 to 1774 it was Marie DuBarry
    $600 25
For Colorado Springs, it's 6,000 feet
    $800 21
A pink line that resembles a scarf floats atop the abstract Robert Natkin painting named for this dancer
    DD: $2,000 16
In 1776 Adam Smith defended makers of these against charges of excessive profit, charges still made today
    $800 9
"Good night and good luck" from this newsman who changed his name from Egbert to Edward in college
    $800 4
Gallaudet University
    $800 29
Pemba, one of the world's leading suppliers of clove oil, is an island near Zanzibar in this ocean
    $800 26
Whether you smell a rat or smell the roses, you're using this sense
    $1000 22
Carlo Saraceni depicted this mythological woman seen here straining at her chains
    $1000 17
This 2-word phrase for policies assisting minorities is found in a 1961 executive order
    $1000 10
This gossip & radio man greeted audiences, "Good evening, Mr. & Mrs. North & South America & all the ships at sea"
    $1000 5
Kyung Hee University
    $1000 30
This number meridian was modified to make the International Date Line
    $1000 27
Type of book, like Martin Gardner's edition of "Alice", that includes explanatory information as well as the text

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

Amanda Barbara John
$2,000 $400 $5,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Barbara John
$3,600 $1,200 $8,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 6
His experiences as a slave for 5 years in Algiers became episodes in "Don Quixote"
    $400 7
Sampling local elixirs is one of the highlights of the Malt Whiskey Trail in this U.K. country
    $400 1
Drifters Scott Wilson & Robert Blake have a killer time in Kansas
    $400 14
Founded in 1845, the Naval Academy at Annapolis first admitted women in this U.S. bicentennial year
    $400 15
Decennoval refers to this number, just before one score
    $800 12
In 1532 this lord chancellor resigned because he wouldn't support Henry VIII's policies against the Pope
    $800 8
Les Deux Magots is in the very heart of this Parisian area known as "La Rive Gauche" in French
    $800 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from by a fire.) Come gather by the fire while I share this 1843 story about a murdered man who "took a licking and kept on ticking"
    $800 2
They called Sidney Poitier "Mister Tibbs"!
    $800 16
It was the most recent year that was a leap year
    $800 20
It's a spongy type of rubber, as well as a guy who recently played TV's Hercules
    $1200 13
This "Magnificent Medici" was a gifted poet & was the patron of Botticelli & Michelangelo
    $1200 9
What a pity if you leave this city without visiting the Pitti Palace
    $1200 27
One of Poe's stories is called "The Thousand-and-Second Tale of" this storytelling woman
    DD: $3,000 3
Marisa Tomei is the "older woman"
    $1200 17
A Va. court house hosted a meeting between a son of a "Light-Horse" & a victorious Union general in this year
    $1200 21
It's a shallow section of a river with a fast current, or a type of shuffle for cards
    $1600 24
In 1516 this Dutch humanist published the first Greek version of the New Testament since the original text
    $1600 10
In Jan. in Basel, Switzerland, see the Vogel Gryff, when a lion, a griffin & a wild man float down this river
    DD: $1,500 28
A poem by Poe begins, "Hear the sledges with" these
    $1600 4
Daniel Day-Lewis is accused of an IRA bombing he had nothing to do with
    $1600 18
The Reuben James became the first U.S. Navy ship torpedoed & sunk in WWII on Halloween of this year
    $1600 22
If Cleo shows some brio, she's showing this, also a synonym for "ghost"
    $2000 25
In "The Prince", Machiavelli used him as the model for the ruthless ruler who'd do anything to retain power
    $2000 11
The Viennese summerhouse in which Mozart composed "The Magic Flute" is now in this city, his birthplace
    $2000 5
James Coburn battles a secret society of women plotting to take over the world
    $2000 19
Napoleon sold the vast Louisiana Territory to the U.S. in this year
    $2000 23
A cinerary is a place for these of the dead

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amanda Barbara John
$11,100 $4,800 $15,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 20th c., one of the 2 men who've lost as both presidential & vice presidential nominee of a major party

Final scores:

Amanda Barbara John
$15,800 $7,800 $9,399
3-day champion: $38,200 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amanda Barbara John
$13,200 $4,800 $18,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
0 W
24 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $36,800

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Game tape date: 2002-12-03
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