Show #4628 - Wednesday, October 20, 2004

2004-B Kids Week game 3.


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Tamika Turner, an 11-year-old eighth grader from Sylvania, Ohio

Grace Thomas, an 11-year-old sixth grader from Raleigh, North Carolina

Josh Klein, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Since Vermont entered the Union as State number 14 in 1891, this many more have followed it
    $200 16
This animated character may grasp advanced science, but he still needs to be in bed before 9
    $200 1
5-letter term for an "infectious" program designed to harm your computer
    $200 6
Miki are Asian noodles made with this poultry product
    $200 26
Dad Bill was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford Univ.; she earned a master's in international relations at Oxford in 2003
    $200 9
To cereal lovers, it's a friend of Crackle; it's also in the title of a kids' song about a weasel
    $400 22
If Newton had 1 apple drop on his head on Monday, 3 on Tuesday & 5 on Wednesday, he averaged this number a day
    $400 17
The half-boy, half-ghost seen here battles the paranormal at Casper High on this series
    $400 2
The many versions of Windows are the flagship products of this company
    $400 7
Toshikoshi soba, or "year-crossing noodles", are traditionally eaten on this night in Japan
    DD: $300 27
They're the only 2 sons of U.S. presidents to be elected president
    $400 10
A dog named Rover might be black or brown, but this color "rover" is a popular kids' game
    $600 23
The Incan empire was split between 2 sons in 1525; if there had been 5 sons, each would have gotten this percent
    $600 18
Seen here are the hosts of this show, where U watch, U call, & U click
    $600 3
It's the hardware item whose name comes from "modulator demodulator"
    $600 8
You'll find dancing noodles on the website of Real Torino, which markets rigatoni, spaghetti & other types of this
    $600 28
He had no kids of his own, but he loved his stepdaughter Patsy Custis as if she were his own daughter
    $600 11
It's a hemispherical portion of ice cream that you dish out with a utensil of the same name
    $800 24
If Clyde the Chaldean turned out 3 cuneiform tablets an hour, & worked 8 hours a day for 5 days, he made this many
    $800 19
This kid lives with his grandparents in a boarding house--where kids aren't allowed
    $800 4
This letter of the alphabet represents 1,024 bytes
    $800 14
If your take-out place makes lousy mee krob, fly to Bangkok in this country to sample it from the source
    $800 12
They're also called milk teeth & you probably began to lose yours when you were about 6
    $1000 25
If the 15th C. Wars of the Roses had been fought with real roses, & each side had 48 roses, it totaled this many dozen
    $1000 20
XJ-9, also known as Jenny, would rather hang with friends and read magazines than save the world in this animated series
    $1000 5
Sometimes your computer is fine, but this, your LAN, is down
    $1000 15
If you can't cook anything else, grab the cream of mushroom soup & learn to make the classic tuna noodle this
    $1000 13
Poogles, Quiggles & Kougras are 3 types of these "pets" that have their own website

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

Josh Grace Tamika
$2,800 -$800 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Grace Tamika
$5,200 $0 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
In Europe, the beautiful blue Danube eventually empties into this sea of another color
    $400 16
Your body has about 650 of these including the biceps and hamstrings
    $400 27
Elizabeth Van Lew pretended to be mentally ill but she was really working as a Union spy in this capital of Virginia
    $400 11
Familiar tune that begins "It's a world of laughter, a world of tears"
    $400 21
Some of these insects known for eating wood grow their own fungi for food in their mounds
    $400 6
A crimson bunk
    $800 2
O this little town in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley is known as the "Christmas City"
    $800 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the top secret Jeopardy! Science Lab wearing his official Clue Crew lab coat.) Both men & women have this cartilage in the throat that has a biblical name
    $800 28
This woman's work on the Underground Railroad later inspired an opera called "She Never Lost a Passenger"
    $800 12
(Sarah of the Clue Crew does a thumb-to-forefinger upward crawl with her hands.) It's the song moms sing that goes along with these hand movements
    $800 22
Word for the animal seen here, a National League ballplayer, or a young scout
    $800 7
A cloudless sky-coloured sneaker
    DD: $1,000 3
This country that's named for a South American hero lies on Peru's eastern border
    $1200 18
Containing 33 vertebrae, it's also known as the vertebral column
    $1200 26
Confederate General Richard Taylor was the son of this U.S. President
    $1200 13
The song "God Bless The U.S.A." says, "I'm proud to be an American where at least I know I'm" this
    $1200 23
Normally a dormouse spends the day doing this
    $1200 8
An earth-colored circus comic
    $1600 4
It forms a republic with Herzegovina
    $1600 19
The upper 7 pairs of these are attached to the breastbone; the others are considered "false" or "floating"
    DD: $700 29
This famous nurse was nearly killed when a bullet ripped through her dress at the battle of Antietam
    $1600 14
A familiar spiritual says "Go down, Moses, way down in Egypt land, tell Old Pharaoh" this
    $1600 24
The spotted or laughing species of this lives in clans of up to 100 in the South Sahara
    $1600 9
An emerald female monarch
    $2000 5
Until 1973 these islands off the southeast coast of Florida belonged to Great Britain
    $2000 20
The "X" and "Y" ones of these gene structures are inherited from your parents & determine if you're male or female
    $2000 30
Born into slavery around 1818, this great orator helped recruit his fellow African-Americans for the Union army
    $2000 15
In this song "seldom is heard a discouraging word and the skies are not cloudy all day"
    $2000 25
There are 3 classes of annelids: bristleworms, earthworms & these bloodsuckers
    $2000 10
Blushing writing liquid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Grace Tamika
$12,200 $5,200 $14,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

As described in the Bible, the total volume of this was 450,000 cubic cubits

Final scores:

Josh Grace Tamika
$9,000 $200 $11,000
2nd place: $2,000 + an AOL for Broadband computer package 3rd place: $1,000 + an AOL for Broadband computer package Winner: $11,000 + an AOL for Broadband computer package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Grace Tamika
$13,200 $5,200 $15,000
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $33,400

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Game tape date: 2004-08-24
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