Show #4238 - Wednesday, January 22, 2003


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Peter Thurrell, a stagehand from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Todd Simkin, a derivatives trader from Wynnewood, Pennsylvania

Charles Rosenthal, a manager for an executive search firm from Coral Springs, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

"MY" OH, MY!
    $200 16
This term for an elephant comes from the Greek for "thick-skinned"
    $200 21
This actor copped out in "The Streets of San Francisco"
    $200 6
Zero is the innocent young farmboy in this military-set comic strip
    $200 11
At their Gettysburg home, Mamie Eisenhower's bathroom was pink & Ike's was this color (remember, he was a soldier)
    $200 1
It's the medical term for nearsightedness
    $200 26
This literary hero dedicates his deeds of valor to Aldonza, a peasant girl he calls Dulcinea
    $400 17
Panther is a term for a black one of these cats
    $400 22
Nefarious CEOs hide under their desks when this "60 Minutes" anchor comes knocking on their doors
    $400 7
Ok, 0 K is absolute zero on this scale
    $400 12
Jean Harlow was famous for having this silvery shade of blonde hair
    $400 2
Gore Vidal's Ms. Breckinridge
    $400 27
In 1381 Wat Tyler led a bloody peasant revolt in this country
    $600 18
The flippers of this large whale known for its "songs" may be a third as long as its body
    $600 23
Contestant Michael Skupin suffered 2nd & 3rd degree burns to his hands on this show
    $600 8
The zero-coupon one of these sold by the Treasury doesn't make periodic interest payments like a regular one
    $600 13
Cerulean is a shade of this color
    $600 3
These members of the starling family are known for their ability to mimic human speech
    $600 28
Czar Alexander II freed Russia's peasants from their "serfitude" in this year the U.S. Civil War began
    $800 19
Unlike most fish, the orange species of this has a swim bladder filled with oil & wax, not gas
    $800 24
Hey Hey, this Mike was a TV Monkee in 1966
    DD: $1,600 9
"My Hero, Zero" was 1 of the 4 tunes used during the premiere weekend of these TV shorts January 6-7, 1973
    $800 14
It's official! In August 2002 this color joined the regular M&M line-up
    $800 4
Used in packaging, insulation & photography, it's a trademarked thin polyester film
    $800 29
The third movement of his 1808 "Pastoral" Symphony is entitled "Merry Gathering of the Peasants"
    $1000 20
The dust type of this arachnid lives in homes, where it feeds on dust produced by animal & human skin
    $1000 25
Darren McGavin, Rob Estes & Stacy Keach have all played this chain-smoking private investigator
    $1000 10
The zero came about in part as a way to indicate the unused levels on this beaded device
    $1000 15
While raw sienna is still around, Crayola crayons has retired this other "raw" color
    $1000 5
This nation's capital city is Yangon
    $1000 30
According to legend, this European capital was founded by a peasant named Bucur

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

Charles Todd Peter
$1,400 $2,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Todd Peter
$5,200 $4,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The correct response could be one word or it could be two words, both of them sounding exactly the same.)
    $400 1
Many pianos have a middle or sostenuto one of these
    $400 26
The first French daily newspaper was the Journal de this city, founded in 1777
    $400 7
As a fundraising tool, this national organization began selling cookies in Philly in 1932
    $400 18
Dale, who drove car No. 3
    $400 10
Max & Leo sing "We Can Do It" in this Broadway hit
    $400 2
The direction preceding "Ho!"; or, a hospital area named for film legend Mae
    $800 8
This tempo, from Italian for "quick", sounds like it could be the name of one of the Marx Brothers
    $800 17
In the only trial of its kind in Pennsylvania history, Margaret Mattson was tried for this in February 1683
    $800 20
1999 U.S. Open tennis champ Andre
    $800 11
"The Slave of Duty" is the subtitle of this swashbuckling Gilbert & Sullivan work
    $800 3
A gaunt monarch; or, the act of cogitation
    $1200 9
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports.) When I make my Carnegie Hall conducting debut, I'll begin with this stroke that begins each measure
    $1200 19
This president was the guest of honor at the opening of Pennsylvania's Centennial Exposition in 1876
    $1200 21
Yankees lefty Andy
    DD: $3,000 12
The preface to this play says English is "not thus accessible even to Englishmen"
    $1200 4
Ordinary; or, a spot on a New England town square
    $1600 15
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) This type of chord is named for what your index finger forms across the strings
    DD: $1,200 24
The "free" members of this group split from the mainline Pennsylvania faction to serve in the Revolution
    $1600 22
1999 100-meter dash record setter Maurice
    $1600 13
The title character of this Ibsen play is based on a Norwegian folk hero
    $1600 5
A military prison; or, a fruit drink regularly for sale
    $2000 16
Synonym for "snake" that's the name of the old-time instrument played here
    $2000 25
Though born in Pennsylvania, he wrote the classic western novel "The Virginian"
    $2000 23
The Minnesota Timberwolves' Szczerbiak
    $2000 14
"They Call the Wind Maria" is a song from this musical
    $2000 6
The relationship of twin girls; or, a wimple for a nun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Todd Peter
$11,400 $10,200 $1,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the more than a dozen countries through which the equator passes, this country stretches farthest south

Final scores:

Charles Todd Peter
$2,399 $3,201 $2,000
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $3,201 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Charles Todd Peter
$11,600 $10,200 $1,600
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W
6 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $23,400

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Game tape date: 2002-10-23
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