Show #4242 - Tuesday, January 28, 2003

Jackie Harrison game 1.

(Jimmy: I'm scrimmaging with the Pittsburgh Steelers.)
(Charlie Batch: Hey Mark, let's go a little easy on Jimmy!)
(Mark Bruener: You know he's a little man; why don't we play two-handed touch?)
(Jimmy: Football clues coming up next on Jeopardy!)


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Jackie Harrison, a surgeon from Chicago, Illinois

Evan Stoner, a web developer from Seattle, Washington

Gabrielle DeBarros, a writer and stay-at-home mom from Burbank, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
First planted in Brazil around 1727, by the 19th century it was the country's top export
    $200 8
405 miles but only 2 letters long, this Italian river flows past Turin, Cremona & Ferrara
    $200 13
The poblano type of these is popular when making them rellenos, or stuffed
    $200 16
This Egyptian canine spends his day around Lake Nasser
    $200 6
The theme of Raj Kapoor's "Ram Teri Ganga Maili" is the pollution of this river
    $200 1
The London Underground is also called this
    $400 27
23 years after the United States did so, Brazil abolished this in 1888
    $400 9
The east coast Italian cities of Rimini & Bari are found on this sea, an arm of the Mediterranean
    $400 14
Author Diana Kennedy says, "Always serve a wedge of" this dessert "with plenty of the extra syrup"
    $400 17
In Aug., thousands of these birds stop in Egypt on their migration to South Africa; that's a lot of baby deliveries!
    $400 7
"Rajah Harishandra", India's first full-length story film, premiered in 1913 in this city, a future film center
    $400 2
This show that originated on the BBC features Tinky Winky & Laa-Laa
    $600 28
This dance was popular for decades in Brazil before achieving popularity in the U.S. around 1930
    $600 10
A 7-mile tunnel through this mountain peak connects Italy to Chamonix, France
    $600 15
You can make the traditional ties for these from strands of their corn husk wrappings
    $600 18
A close relative of the wild goat, this Egyptian mammal's name would be great for an "ENDS IN X" category
    $600 21
India's 1st talkie, 1931's "Alam Ara", began a pattern of stopping the action for an often irrelevant one of these
    $600 3
E.H. Baily's 17-foot-tall statue of Lord Nelson is in this London plaza
    $800 29
South America's most populous city, it was founded by Jesuit priests in 1554
    $800 11
The play "Much Ado About Nothing" takes place in the port city of Messina on this Italian island
    $800 24
Cochinita pibil, a classic Yucatan dish, is one of these cooked in a pib, or pit
    $800 19
The fennec, Vulpes zerda, is also called the "desert" type of this
    $800 22
Before he teamed up with Ivory, he directed the Oscar-nominated Indian short "The Creation of a Woman"
    DD: $500 4
It rises in Gloucestershire, near Cheltenham
    $1000 12
In 1861 this 9,300-square-mile island just south of Corsica became a part of the kingdom of Italy
    $1000 25
The name of this chopped fruit relish means "rooster's beak"
    $1000 20
These fish-eating falcons populate Egyptian coastal areas like the Gulf of Aqaba
    $1000 23
This 2001 film is about the chaos surrounding an arranged marriage in the Verma family
    $1000 5
4 museums in England that house national collections bear the name of this sugar magnate

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

Gabrielle Evan Jackie
$1,900 $3,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gabrielle Evan Jackie
$6,300 $3,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
This author's "The Bear" is one of many stories dealing with the McCaslins of Yoknapatawpha County
    $400 26
(Mark Bruener of the Pittsburgh Steelers gives the clue, along with Jimmy of the Clue Crew.) I'm holding Jimmy off with this maneuver, like the Heisman Trophy statue
    $400 21
3-letter word for the type of piece for which Scott Joplin is best known
    $400 6
To glide across the ice
    $400 16
In 2000 Gao Xingjian became the first writer from this country to win the Nobel Prize for Literature
    $400 11
TV show in which E.B. White's mouse-like boy lives with Laura Ingalls & her pa
    $800 2
It's said that this "Tom Jones" author (mistakenly) traced his lineage to the Hapsburgs
    $800 27
49ers coach Red Hickey pioneered this formation with the quarterback a few yards behind the center
    $800 22
Mozart's Sonata in F Major, Kochel No. 497, is for 1 piano played with 4 of these
    $800 7
Bird sitting location
    $800 17
He was teaching at the University of Chicago when he won the 1976 Nobel Prize in Economics
    $800 12
Bionic "Six Million Dollar Man of Mystery" whose foe is Dr. Evil
    $1200 3
Books based on his BBC Radio lectures during WWII include "The Screwtape Letters" & "Mere Christianity"
    $1200 28
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew giving the clue, accompanied by Charlie Batch of the Pittsburgh Steelers) It's said the great Jim Thorpe could kick 50-yard field goals using this style of kick no longer used
    $1200 23
The Brahms work heard here is this type of dance music
    $1200 8
Ale maker in England sold to Coors in February 2002
    $1200 18
In 1943 the Nobel assembly gave a dam, Henrik Dam, a prize for discovering this vitamin which aids in blood clotting
    $1200 13
Sergio Leone & Hans Christian Andersen Spaghetti Western in which Clint Eastwood becomes a swan
    $1600 4
This author of "The House of Spirits" once worked for the U.N.'s food & agriculture organization
    $1600 29
The 3-4 defense is named for its alignment of 3 linemen & 4 of these
    DD: $2,000 24
This 19th century composer's Opus 14 is classified as a Krakowiak
    $1600 9
A ruthless, greedy person
    $1600 19
Willard Libby won a Chemistry prize for his method of using this radioactive isotope to date fossils & other objects
    $1600 14
"Super Freak" singer who authored the "Leatherstocking Tales"
    $2000 5
He led a marine biology expedition to Baja California & later wrote about it in "The Sea of Cortez"
    $2000 30
(Charlie Batch giving the clue, along with Mark Bruener & Jimmy) It's a trick play that includes the name of a dog pest
    $2000 25
Also a word for a daydream, Schumann wrote one in C Major in 1836
    $2000 10
Long wooden spear used by medieval foot soldiers
    DD: $700 20
It doesn't take a nuclear physicist to figure out that he won the 1975 Nobel Peace Prize
    $2000 15
Haley Joel Osment's catchphrase from "The Sixth Sense" that was a "weird" 1967 Doors song

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gabrielle Evan Jackie
$11,800 $12,200 $13,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In June 1885 it made a historic transatlantic voyage in 214 crates on the frigate Isere

Final scores:

Gabrielle Evan Jackie
$23,600 $24,300 $24,401
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $24,401

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Gabrielle Evan Jackie
$13,400 $12,200 $12,800
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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Game tape date: 2002-10-29
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