Show #4231 - Monday, January 13, 2003


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Satish Pillalamarri, a graduate business student from Baldwin, New York

David Burkey, a chemistry professor from La Mesa, California

Kathleen Ellis, a registered nurse from Red Oak, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You're gonna love that one!)
(Alex: We'll deal with the classic film...)
    $200 16
(Alex: To start us off in this category, here's a "caller" from Saxony) If Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II keeps trying to impose this religion on everyone, there'll be hell to pay
    $200 19
The ocelot
    $200 13
Mamala Bay lies at the entrance to this city's Keehi Lagoon & Pearl Harbor
    $200 2
In March 2002 it was reported that B-22, one of these the size of Delaware, broke free from Antarctica
    $200 1
When this actress sings "I Have Confidence" in the film, the real Maria von Trapp can be glimpsed in the background
    $200 4
One of these "critters" is a hidden electronic listening device used in spying on others
    $400 21
(Alex: Ah, some strange news from Turin now) It's crazy -- the Citadel is under this, similar to a blockade, from an army that's also under this from another army
    $400 20
The cassowary
    $400 14
The Ganges Fan, a massive layer of sediment, extends hundreds of miles into this bay
    $400 6
Certain thyroid conditions are treated with a radioactive form of this element
    $400 3
This handsome Canadian ensnared a lot of female hearts as Captain von Trapp
    $400 5
Often heard in war movies, it's the type of "raid" being warned about here
    $600 22
(Alex: Well, on the line right now is General Albrecht von Wallenstein) Hey, King Christian IV of this Scandinavian country give me your best shot, pal. You got nothing!
    $600 25
The caiman
    $600 15
Wales' Cardigan Bay is a semicircular inlet of St. George's Channel in this sea
    $600 7
It's what the "I" stands for in ROY G. BIV
    $600 28
This future "Jaws" actor auditioned to be a von Trapp kid but it was just a "Close Encounter": he couldn't dance
    $600 10
To give it an "S" sound, the French add a cedilla to this letter
    $800 23
(Alex: Ah, a prediction from Antwerp.) I say the Dutch are going to stick it to this country's fleet just like England did back in 1588
    $800 26
The kestrel
    $800 17
Treasure Island & Yerba Buena Island lie in this U.S. bay
    $800 8
This Latin abbreviation meaning "in the same place" sounds like something you do on eBay
    $800 29
Soon after "The Sound of Music" premiered, this actress who played Brigitta von Trapp got "Lost in Space"
    $800 11
A confused mixture of sounds & noises, perhaps a "tower" of them
    $1000 24
(Alex: For our last clue, we have a caller from Italy.) If you think this French cardinal really cares for Mantua's welfare, I have some land in Picardy to sell you
    $1000 27
The basilisk
    DD: $1,200 18
In 1984 a hydroelectric generator was installed in Nova Scotia to harness this bay's tides
    $1000 9
2-word term for the laws passed by the British parliament in 1774 to punish dissidents in Massachusetts
    $1000 12
(Cheryl in Edison's Lab at the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit) The first sound ever recorded & played was Edison's recesitation of this familiar nursery rhyme

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

Kathleen David Satish
$2,400 $600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kathleen David Satish
$2,800 $3,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: [humming] "American Woman...")
    $400 3
This American Red Cross founder personally directed the relief effort at the Johnstown Flood in 1889
    $400 7
Despite a widespread belief, these heads don't go on all over the building just because of fire in one room
    $400 19
Though minor keys often suggest sadness, this work in D minor contains an ode to joy
    $400 24
He played Dr. Malcolm Sayer, a character based on neurologist Oliver Sacks, in the film "Awakenings"
    $400 12
Kafka's changing work "Die Verwandlung"
    $400 1
"Tiny Bubbles" singer who began serving as president of North Vietnam in 1945
    $800 8
Her book "The Same River Twice: Honoring the Difficult" contains notes on filming "The Color Purple"
    $800 15
This "room" is named for the group that meets there, like one of directors or trustees
    $800 20
This minor-key rock classic concerns "A lady who's sure all that glitters is gold"
    $800 25
Actor Malcolm-Jamal Warner was named for this other famous Malcolm
    $800 13
Sartre's hellish torture "Huis Clos"
    $800 2
"All in the Family" producer used by business executives to fly from city to city
    $1200 9
Her book "The Sea Around Us" was published in 1951 while she was chief biologist for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
    $1200 16
If you get in on the ground floor, then go half a story up, you're on the floor called this
    $1200 21
A Haydn symphony in E minor is named for this sad homophone of a time of day
    $1200 26
This publisher was the 1st person to fly successfully from coast to coast in the U.S. in a single hot-air balloon
    $1200 14
The searching "Sei personaggi in cerca d'autore"
    $1200 4
"Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man" author & psychologist who came to fame on "The $64,000 Question"
    $1600 10
This wife of Rutherford B. Hayes originated the annual Easter Egg Roll on the White House lawn
    $1600 17
"Woman" whose job is to clean an office building, not burn it; Carol Burnett used to dress up as one
    DD: $1,800 22
When Chopin was laid to rest, this famous piece from his B flat minor piano sonata was played
    $1600 27
Malcolm McLaren owned a clothing store called Sex before forming this punk rock group
    $1600 29
Turgenev's filial novel "Ottsy i deti"
    $1600 5
Daffy's brother who played for the Cardinals & served as secretary of state in the early 1960s
    $2000 11
The wife of Richard Byrd, she has an Antarctic "Land" named for her
    $2000 18
This type of office area is the title of a 1954 William Holden-Barbara Stanwyck movie
    $2000 23
A minor-key work, this Viennese composer's 1904 Symphony No. 6 is known as the "Tragic"
    DD: $4,000 28
Just like "clockwork", he played H.G. Wells in the film "Time After Time"
    $2000 6
R&B singer of "Ain't Got No Home" who was Nixon's running mate in 1960

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kathleen David Satish
$18,000 $3,800 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: If you care about your body, or anyone else's body, you should know this.)
By virtue of the great quantity eaten, this vegetable is the leading source of vitamin C in the American diet

Final scores:

Kathleen David Satish
$25,500 $2,599 $7,601
2-day champion: $43,501 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kathleen David Satish
$16,000 $3,800 $8,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
7 R,
1 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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Game tape date: 2002-10-22
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