Show #4211 - Monday, December 16, 2002


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Elizabeth Baxter, a college student from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Matt Davidson, an insurance adjuster from Fredericksburg, Virginia

Kyle Pope, a software entrepreneur from Odenton, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $33,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A little rock and roll.)
    $200 26
Dante wrote in terza rima, rhyming stanzas of this many lines
    $200 16
Carpinteria is home to this festival whose Internet home is
    $200 9
In a Spanish Bible, it's the name of the author of the fourth gospel
    $200 21
El Financiero & The Oaxaca Times
    $200 2
It's someone who worries constantly about his health & often suffers from imaginary illnesses
    $200 1
This 1968 soundtrack album contained 2 versions of "Mrs. Robinson"; both were heard in the film
    $400 27
The French symbolist poets popularized this, a term whose French translation is vers libre
    $400 17
For 55 years Pismo Beach has been doing annual digs & chowder cook-offs to celebrate this food
    $400 10
Ludwig Wittgenstein's "Tractatus" ends, "Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be" this
    $400 22
The Connaught Telegraph & The Galway Advertiser
    $400 3
Term for a college student who hasn't yet earned a degree
    $400 4
On Feb. 3, 1959 a plane crash took the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & this "Chantilly Lace" singer
    $600 28
The works of ancient Greece's Pindar include this type of poem in praise of victories in the Olympic Games
    $600 18
The Tart Toss & shortcake-eating contest are part of the Oxnard festival for this fruit
    $600 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Atlanta Zoo) It's the scientific name, genus & species of these animals
    $600 23
Svenska Dagbladet & Sundsvalls Tidning
    DD: $600 6
On your auto insurance policy this coverage pays for damage caused by fire, theft or vandalism
    $600 5
"She'll have fun fun fun 'til her daddy takes" this vehicle "away"
    $800 29
2-letter poem title followed by "You can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs..."
    $800 19
Lodi's annual September festival for this fruit features great stomps
    $800 14
The man who became king of England in 1066 was succeeded by this king in 1087
    $800 24
The Cape Business News & The Natal Witness
    $800 11
Worldly & refined, like Duke Ellington's "Lady"
    $800 7
(Hi, I'm Adrian Young, drummer for No Doubt) In 1987 this former Cream member joined with Michael Kamen to write the score for "Lethal Weapon"
    $1000 30
Anne Sexton was acquainted with & influenced by this fellow Massachusetts-born suicidal female poet
    $1000 20
In northern California Half Moon Bay's October festival for these features a weigh-off with 900-pound ones
    $1000 15
Seen here, the CCU, run by the Big Apple Circus, stands for this
    $1000 25
The Warrnambool Standard & The Alice Springs News
    $1000 12
It's the science or philosophy of law
    $1000 8
With partner Glenn Frey, he co-wrote all 5 of the Eagles' No. 1 hits

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Kyle Matt Elizabeth
$1,000 $3,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Matt Elizabeth
$2,800 $4,400 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Which is in Washington, D.C.)
A LITTLE "R" & "R"
(Alex: There will be 2-word responses & each word will begin with the letter "R".)
    $400 10
1988's "Consuming Passions" featured chocolate that included this special ingredient, also found in soylent green
    $400 13
In 101 A.D., the Romans invaded what's now this country that's named for them
    $400 18
The crank-operated covered chariot Leo designed certainly predated the Sherman one of these
    $400 2
The Alpine variety of these sport boots features an exterior of hard plastic
    $400 1
In 1981 he founded the Sundance Institute in Park City, Utah as a training ground for young filmmakers
    $800 11
In this 1962 film, boy with drinking problem, Lemmon, meets girl with chocolate addiction, Remick
    $800 14
Around 101, big steps in spherical trigonometry were being taken by Menelaus of this intellectual center of Egypt
    $800 19
Leo called it "the noblest sense", hence his love for harmonious proportions in paintings
    $800 4
It's the 4-letter name for an ankle-reaching style of skirt
    $800 3
This cocktail named for a Scottish outlaw consists of Scotch whisky, sweet vermouth & bitters
    $1200 26
Among lesser-known body parts at the museum, see the leg Gen. Daniel Sickles lost at this July 1863 battle
    $1200 23
A candy bar that included this color ticket got you in to see "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory"
    $1200 15
Joseph ben Matthias, who died around 101 A.D., was better known as a historian under this Latinized name
    DD: $4,000 20
Leo's container revolving on a wagon wheel dropping a stone in a box acted as this modern device
    $1200 5
In the 1400s cone-shaped hennins were worn on this part of the body
    $1200 7
In sports, it's a tournament in which every team or contestant plays every other team or contestant
    $1600 24
She played chocolatiere Vianne Rocher in the 2000 film "Chocolat"
    $1600 16
The lid seen here depicts a bird in this dynasty that was ruling China in 101
    $1600 21
He wrote the duke of this city that he could "supply infinite means of attack and defense", as well as sculpt
    $1600 6
Ja, the name of these traditional Bavarian shorts comes from the German for "leather trousers"
    DD: $4,800 8
In China, it's called Yuan Jiang; in Vietnam, Song Hong
    $2000 25
Laura Esquivel wrote the screenplay for this 1992 film based on her own novel
    $2000 17
Reigning until around 101, the first pope of this name that means "merciful" wrote his own epistle to the Corinthians
    $2000 22
As it has birdlike flapping wings, Leo's flying machine is designated as one of these
    $2000 12
It sounds like it should be a "great white", but a suit of this worsted or rayon fabric is most likely gray
    $2000 9
This powerful African hound was originally bred to hunt lions

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kyle Matt Elizabeth
$2,800 $2,000 $13,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

As its packaging reflects, this company began marketing its products from an Iowa cattle farm in 1985

Final scores:

Kyle Matt Elizabeth
$5,600 $3,500 $7,100
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $7,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kyle Matt Elizabeth
$7,600 $6,000 $14,200
17 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2002-09-18
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