Show #4247 - Tuesday, February 4, 2003

2003 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


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John Zhang, a junior from Lexington, Kentucky

Brittany McCants, a junior from Winnsboro, South Carolina

Susan Bellenot, a senior from Lakeview Terrace, California

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Jeopardy! Round

FALL TV 2002
(Alex: Hope you were watching!)
(Alex: You tell us which one.)
(Alex: Let me explain that: in each clue, there will be at least one word that has an "S" in it. If you take that "S" & moved it somewhere else within that word, you would create a new word, & that's the word we're going for.)
    $200 7
It was from the Hopi that the Spanish first learned of this over 200-mile-long landmark in Arizona
    $200 4
John Ritter stars in a series based on the book this many "Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter"
    $200 17
Secretary of State Colin Powell
    $200 3
Mental illness or just too much coffee may cause this, the inability to sleep naturally
    $200 26
Walt Disney won a record 14 of these statuettes now given out in March
    $200 1
There are lots of eaters of chocolate bunnies on this holiday
    $400 8
This Chinese defensive barrier is built mostly of rubble, though some sections are of tamped earth, brick or masonry
    $400 5
Aaron, this title person, picked Helene, a school psychologist
    $400 18
Future president John F. Kennedy
    $400 15
Full date mentioned in the first sentence of the article on the Millennium Bug
    $400 27
In the category Best Rock Album, The Rolling Stones' "Voodoo Lounge" won this award for 1994
    $400 2
I swore things couldn't get sadder, but they went "from bad to" this
    $600 12
Fazlur Khan designed this 110-story Chicago landmark
    $600 6
This '60s series was revived with Forest Whitaker doing the Rod Serling intros
    $600 19
"The Right Stuff" guy Chuck Yeager after 1947
    $600 16
As C is in 2 volumes, but J & K are in 1, volume 13 still covers this one letter
    $600 28
On October 11, 2002, the man seen here [former president Carter] won this prestigious award
    $600 9
You can put one of these on after your hose
    DD: $1,000 13
This landmark was founded in the 12th century as a fortress within Moscow
    $800 10
This '60s series was revived with Gary Cole as Uncle Bill & Tim Curry as Mr. French
    $800 20
The Civil War's David Glasgow Farragut
    $800 22
These "have one advantage over most other pets. They can be left alone for a day or two without food"
    $800 29
Known as the "One Man Team", Jay Berwanger in 1935 became the first man to win this college football trophy
    $800 24
Sam claps when Sarah shows how she can open this fastener on Mom's necklace
    $1000 14
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from London) The dome of St. Paul's Cathedral is modeled on the dome of this Roman temple that's dedicated to all the gods
    $1000 11
On "Birds of Prey", Helena Kyle is the daughter of Batman & this master criminal
    $1000 21
Assassin Lee Harvey Oswald
    $1000 23
The World Book illustration for this occupation has a man with a cutlass, daggers, a pistol & a boarding ax
    $1000 30
The Boy Scouts of America's highest award for service is "The Silver" one of these Plains animals
    $1000 25
Trust me on this one, this means to stroll with a proud gait

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

Susan Brittany John
$1,400 $2,600 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Brittany John
$1,600 $3,400 $10,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's a good subject!)
(Alex: Good also!)
    $400 16
Mercutio declares "A plague o' both your houses" in this play
    $400 26
Played in more than 150 countries, it's the world's most popular sport
    $400 11
This famous 18th century seamstress was a flagmaker for the Pennsylvania navy
    $400 21
This brand's Ultimate G4 could be called the G5, since almost 5 G's is what it originally sold for
    $400 6
In 1787 Patrick Henry refused to go to this convention; it's said that he "smelt a rat"
    $400 1
The name of this vehicle dates back to the time of Napoleon when it meant "walking hospital"
    $800 17
"Beware the ides of March" is a line from this play
    $800 27
In tennis when a serve does this before landing in the proper service court, it's called a let
    $800 12
Before she became Princess of Wales in 1981, she was a kindergarten teacher
    $800 22
Hi-fi is for playing records; this rhyming term is a standard for network technology
    $800 7
In 1864, not a hurricane, but this general caused a path of destruction almost 300 miles long & 60 wide
    $800 2
This nickname for potatoes comes from the spade used to dig them up
    DD: $800 18
The basic situation of this play resembles the Elizabethan ballad "A Merry Jest of a Shrewd and Curst Wife"
    $1200 28
It's a deep knee bend; a weightlifter does it with a barbell on his shoulders
    $1200 13
As head of Harpo Entertainment, she's the first African-American woman to own her own studios
    $1200 23
Common alliterative term for technology that lets your computer install a device without messy configuring
    $1200 8
Looking for a good reelection issue in 1950, this Wisconsin senator took up anti-Communism on the advice of friends
    DD: $1,000 3
From the Greek for "small sound", it's a device used to intensify the voice
    $1600 19
"A Midsummer Night's Dream" says, "The course of true love never did" this
    $1600 29
Appropriately, red, white & blue are the team colors of this NFL team based in Massachusetts
    $1600 14
She answered an ad in her college paper looking for astronauts, & in 1983 became the first American woman in space
    $1600 24
3-letter (sounding like 3-word) name of an instant messaging program introduced in November 1996
    $1600 9
This 1862 act gave American citizens 160 acres of land if they'd live on it for at least 5 years & improve it
    $1600 4
Derived from the Spanish word for "let's go", it means to leave hurriedly
    $2000 20
This "tale" was acted at court in November 1611, a bit early for its title
    $2000 30
An Olympic gold medalist in 1992, in 2002 she was named the most influential person in figure skating
    $2000 15
A street in Montgomery, Alabama is named for this woman who in 1955 refused to give up her seat on a bus
    $2000 25
It's an HTML command that formats a web page; the "meta" type gives general information about the page
    $2000 10
An ink used in a newspaper cartoon in the 1890s gave us this term for sensationalist reporting
    $2000 5
The name of these "fishy" bacteria that cause food poisoning comes from the pathologist who identified them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Brittany John
$2,600 $5,800 $22,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

By size, it's the largest country that borders only one other country

Final scores:

Susan Brittany John
$5,200 $6,700 $22,000
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Brittany John
$4,000 $5,800 $21,800
9 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
0 W
30 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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Game tape date: 2002-12-16
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