Show #4264 - Thursday, February 27, 2003


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Gay Chun, a musician from North Granby, Connecticut

Jeff Fowler, a writer and actor from Los Angeles, California

Tom Inskeep, an administrative assistant from Coral Gables, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The smallest bird native to the U.S. is the calliope species of this bird, which reaches a length of about 3 inches
    $200 15
In 1985 Carl Wilson provided backing vocals when David Lee Roth covered this Beach Boys tune
    $200 20
This pollutant once used in gasoline & paint can lower the IQ of the person breathing its vapors
    $200 7
He's the military man seen here giving the skinny on Iran-Contra in 1987
    $200 25
The "Keystone" National Guard division is in this state
    $200 1
To rest on your patellas
    $400 12
In 1943 South Dakota selected the ring-necked species of this as its state bird
    $400 16
Gladys Knight & the Pips hit No. 1 for the first time with this song in 1973
    $400 21
You can't see or smell this gas produced by gas engines, but inhaling it will make you dizzy
    $400 8
January 3, 1990, this strongman's alleged drug-dealing days were over
    $400 26
The 101st Airborne Division is nicknamed the Screaming these
    $400 2
A North Carolina native
    $600 13
The first spring appearance of this largest American thrush is said to be a sign that winter is about over
    $600 17
Neil Young is mentioned in this song by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    $600 22
Near the ground, this gas is a major part of smog; at higher altitudes, it helps block radiation from the sun
    $600 9
The Senate testimony of this law professor made headlines in 1991
    $600 27
In the Navy a chief petty officer works up from CPO to senior (SCPO) to this (MCPO)
    $600 3
A sideways acrobatic movement onto the hands & then over onto the feet again
    $800 14
This cuckoo found in the southwest U.S. can dash up to 15 MPH (especially when it spots an Acme product)
    $800 18
Neil Young wrote this song after 4 people were killed by National Guardsmen at Kent State University in 1970
    $800 23
A dangerous indoor air pollutant is particles from this nonflammable material once used in insulation
    $800 10
He's the dignified but defiant political prisoner seen here
    $800 28
On Memorial Day 2001, a wreath was laid at this war's D.C. memorial as a 50th anniversary commemoration
    $800 4
Refined & well-mannered
    $1000 30
In 1984 only about 20 of these California vultures were left; the number has since grown to over 100
    $1000 19
According to a George Strait song, it's "why I hang my hat in Tennessee"
    $1000 24
Sulfur dioxide reacts in the atmosphere to form particles & this tree-damaging precipitation
    $1000 11
In 1988, at the age of 35, this woman achieved her country's highest political post
    DD: $2,000 29
A Navy SEAL can tell you that SEAL is an acronym for these 3 words
    $1000 5
A fisherman's wicker basket

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

Tom Jeff Gay
$2,800 $600 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Jeff Gay
$3,600 $4,000 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
Stroget in this largest Danish city is Europe's longest street given over to pedestrians
    $400 17
Keep bad men outside with this, defined as a bolt operated by key or knob without spring action
    $400 26
Born Oct. 9, 1975, on his father's 35th birthday, he has the middle name Ono
    $400 5
Hans Christian Andersen's "The Nightingale" sang its sweet melodies for the emperor of this country
    $400 1
This small woodwind is known for its high pitch, & its name is Italian for "small"
    $400 12
It's also called a lightning bug
    $800 3
The Palazzo del Diamanti, whose name means this palace, stands in the Italian city of Ferrara
    $800 18
Get ready for summer by putting in these, generally made of either aluminum or fiberglass
    $800 27
John McEnroe's middle name, it's the first name of his brother, also a Davis Cup captain
    $800 6
In "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe", 4 siblings rule this land from the throne at Cair Paravel
    $800 19
He wrote several anthems, including "The King Shall Rejoice", for the coronation of England's King George II
    $800 13
A safety exercise to quickly evacuate a building
    $1200 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in London) First, look right when crossing a London street or you may end up on someone's hood, which the British call this
    $1200 22
It's the somewhat ominous name for the device that dispenses caulk
    DD: $1,600 28
Bill Cosby's middle name is this name of 8 English kings
    DD: $6,000 7
In an 1883 fantasy by Carlo Collodi, Mr. Cherry, a carpenter, gives a piece of talking wood to this old man
    $1200 20
Rachmaninoff rhapsodized over this Italian violinist, & Franz Lehar wrote an operetta about him
    $1200 14
In wartime, a fierce episode of combat
    $1600 10
This Paris palace was destroyed by Communards in 1871, but the gardens of the same name are still around
    $1600 23
For emergencies, you can pick up this illuminating product introduced in 1979 by Anthony Maglica's company
    $1600 29
Sean Combs' middle name, it's on his clothing line
    $1600 8
Long John Silver was the mutinous cook aboard this "Treasure Island" ship that shares its name with a Caribbean island
    $1600 21
It's a flourish of trumpets or an orchestral passage featuring brass; Copland wrote one "for the Common Man"
    $1600 15
Inspiring a nation, FDR began these radio "chats" within days of his first inauguration
    $2000 11
A cliff above a dangerous part of the Rhine, or a siren said to lure boatmen to their doom there
    $2000 24
If you bring home a Lux programmable one of these, you'll find it pre-programmed to save energy
    $2000 30
Holly Combs' middle name, it's familiar to fans of her series "Charmed"
    $2000 9
On his third voyage, Gulliver encountered this floating island populated by philosophers
    $2000 25
The British often call this "fractional" note a semiquaver
    $2000 16
From the Middle English, it's a strong or aggressive personality who encourages unrest

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Jeff Gay
$6,800 $21,600 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of Advertising Age's Top 10 Advertising Icons of the 20th Century, one of the 3 that are animals

Final scores:

Tom Jeff Gay
$5,700 $16,600 $7,800
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $16,600 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Jeff Gay
$6,800 $18,400 $7,800
12 R,
3 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,000

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Game tape date: 2002-11-07
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