Show #4191 - Monday, November 18, 2002

2002 College Championship semifinal game 1.
From the Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University in Columbus.


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Corrie Loeffler, a junior at Azusa Pacific University from Los Banos, California

Sarah Martin-Anderson, a senior at California State University-Bakersfield from Bakersfield, California

Jara Dorsey, a senior at Carnegie Mellon University from Steubenville, Ohio

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
His diabolic plotting leads to tragedy for Othello & Desdemona
    $200 11
2-word term for the edible tuber of the genus Ipomoea that's very similar to a yam
    $200 17
Reptoid, seen here, is this type of vehicle; the fangs might be a clue
    $200 6
She married her boyfriend, cameraman Danny Moder, in a secret midnight ceremony on July 4, 2002
    $200 26
I hope to train at Guy's Hospital in this world capital to become a better doctor -- & it's near some good pubs
    $200 16
To scribble drawings aimlessly, usually while doing something else
    $400 2
Cicero & Publius are senators in this tragedy
    $400 12
Columbus native Buster Douglas was a 1990s champion in this sport dubbed "The Sweet Science"
    $400 18
As a Red Cross volunteer in Italy during WWI Ernest Hemingway drove one of these vehicles
    $400 7
This TV "Friend" won critical raves for her role as "The Good Girl" in a 2002 film
    $400 27
I'm considering this Connecticut med school founded in 1810, but they make you write a thesis
    $400 22
Seen here, this popular (comic) strip began in 1970
    $600 3
It's the name of Romeo's family
    $600 13
Suckle, moon & dew are often preceded by this sweet word
    $600 19
Most commercial freight on the Mississippi travels in barges pushed by this type of boat
    $600 8
In a 2002 blockbuster, he played both Peter Parker & your friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man
    $600 28
When I was 12 I saved my brother by diagnosing the anaphylactic type of this when he got stung by a bee
    $600 23
In the song "Camptown Races", it immediately follows "Camptown ladies sing this song..."
    DD: $1,000 4
King Claudius commissions these 2 minor characters, Hamlet's schoolmates, to spy on Hamlet
    $800 14
According to the spiritual, one of these is "comin' for to carry me home"
    $800 20
This space shuttle that made its maiden voyage in 1992 was built to replace Challenger
    $800 9
He played Will Freeman in "About a Boy", based on the book of the same name by Nick Hornby
    $800 29
As a kid I thought this was a disease, instead of cell division that produces identical daughter cells
    $800 24
Last name of Eliza, the Cockney girl in "My Fair Lady" whom Professor Higgins tries to turn into a lady
    $1000 5
Completes Dick the Butcher's "The first thing we do, let's..."
    $1000 15
Seen here, this insect is eagerly prized by ants for the sweet liquid it produces
    $1000 21
The railroad known by this hyphenated name runs over 5,000 miles from Moscow to Vladivostok
    $1000 10
This star of "XXX" was also the voice of the title character in 1999's "The Iron Giant"
    $1000 30
Organic chem is easy once you get this concept of an atom's combining capacity, also applied to some electrons
    $1000 25
Popular 20th century vocal style heard here

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

Jara Sarah Corrie
$3,000 $1,600 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jara Sarah Corrie
$3,400 $4,000 $6,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
Buckeye Archie Griffin, B.S. '76, is the only 2-time winner of this college football trophy
    $400 1
In 1472 this island group known for its pony & sheepdog was annexed to Scotland
    $400 26
This site's mission is "to help practically anyone trade practically anything on Earth"
    $400 6
He wrote "The Fifth Quarter" under the name John Swithen, a musician at the prom in his novel "Carrie"
    $400 11
Preceding "as thieves", it may come from thieves sticking together, or pickpockets sticking close to victims
    $400 16
The jig is up when this instrument stops playing
    $800 22
For his theory of element generation in nuclear reactions, William Fowler '33 won the Nobel Prize for this
    $800 2
The Visigoth Empire went out of business in 711 when it was defeated by this north African group in Spain
    $800 27
Since 1998 you can "name your own price" for plane tickets, hotel rooms & more on this website
    $800 7
Lady Chatterley knows that Lawrence H. Davison was a pen name of his
    $800 12
It follows "heads I win" in an expression meaning the game is fixed
    $800 17
It's the heavy metal instrument of Caribbean origin heard here
    $1200 23
He's sold over 200 million "Goosebumps" books & over 80 million "Fear Street"s
    $1200 3
Term for the period in England from 1760 to 1840 during which steam power & big factories came into vogue
    $1200 28
Looking for old high school friends? Try this site, "The World's Best Place to Reunite"
    $1200 8
In her youth, this Bronte sister wrote under the masculine alias Lord Charles Albert Florian Wellesley
    $1200 13
This expression got reversed from its original version, which meant that once you consume dessert, it's gone
    $1200 18
This double reed woodwind can be 4 feet long
    $1600 24
The name aside, this clothing company founded by alum Leslie Wexner grew to own brands like Victoria's Secret
    $1600 4
This doctor lit up China as its provisional president in 1911
    DD: $3,000 29
You can read some of the classics online at this site named for a Melville short story character
    $1600 9
He contributed to the Columbia Review under the name Jean-Louis Incogniteau, perhaps while he was "On the Road"
    DD: $1,800 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports) As a horse gets older, its gums recede, so an elderly one literally is this expression
    $1600 19
From Spanish for a region of Africa, they're the percussion instruments heard here
    $2000 25
Ohio-born realist painter whose best-known work, "Stag at Sharkey's", is seen here
    $2000 5
4,000 years ago, this island was starting its middle Minoan period
    $2000 30
For information on health, beauty, diet, work & even pets, "it takes" this, "the women's network" of websites
    $2000 10
"The Prophet" was a pseudonym used by this "Sister Carrie" author on articles & columns
    $2000 15
This expression meaning "those in ultimate control" appears in Romans 13:1
    $2000 20
Also called a cembalo, it's the keyboard instrument heard here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jara Sarah Corrie
$14,400 $6,600 $10,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first man to become U.S. president as a result of the 25th Amendment

Final scores:

Jara Sarah Corrie
$4,400 $0 $0
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jara Sarah Corrie
$12,800 $8,400 $10,600
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,800

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Game tape date: 2002-10-06
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