Show #4079 - Thursday, May 2, 2002

2002 Million Dollar Masters quarterfinal game 2.


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Kate Waits, a law professor at the University of Tulsa from Tulsa, Oklahoma

Brad Rutter, a network administrator from Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Claudia Perry, a sports copy editor from Jersey City, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We're going to have a whole category about some of my favorite films.)
(Alex: They've got an upcoming series called Blue Planet: Seas of Life.)
    $200 1
"Dying Centaur" artist Antoine Bourdelle spent years as chief assistant to this more famous French sculptor
    $200 28
Cathy, Cathy, Cathy! A 1939 classic... amour on the moors... need we say moor?
    $200 30
This term for the haphazard growth of a city also means to sit or lie with your limbs spread out
    $200 24
This fish seen here is one of the fastest in the ocean, whether Atlantic or Pacific
    $200 17
Baseball Hall of Famer Christy Mathewson was injured by this WWI weapon, leading to his death from TB
    $200 29
"...the right of trial by jury..."
    $400 2
This British abstract sculptor of "Madonna and Child" drew Londoners in the Underground during the blitz
    $400 11
Eastwood, Garner, Sutherland & Jones proved that they had "the ripe stuff" in this 2000 film
    $400 19
The beginning of this regulation of land & building use dates from a 1916 New York City ordinance
    $400 23
Earth's longest mountain range is the mid-oceanic this, over 30,000 miles long
    $400 18
Future U.S. president seen here on his military ID
    $400 22
The Davidians are a branch of this religion
    $600 8
He was in his prime--or should we say his "Primavera"--when he painted "Fortitude" in 1470
    DD: $1,200 5
When you rent this 1970 biopic, watch for Tim Considine as the soldier who gets slapped
    $600 12
In the 1980s Yellow Thunder was a well-known one of these providing info to L.A. commuters
    $600 25
As seen here, some jellies have thousands of these tiny hairlike structures similar to flagella
    $600 6
This future leader of Yugoslavia was captured by the Russians in WWI & became a Bolshevik
    $600 20
One theory is this sports tradition began at Manhattan College in 1882 to control restless students in the stands
    $800 9
This "Nude Descending a Staircase" artist also painted "The King and Queen Surrounded by Swift Nudes"
    $800 4
At one point, John Huston wanted Gable & Bogart to star in this film about 2 schemers who want to rule Kafiristan
    $800 13
Berlin, Maryland has a mayor; Berlin, Germany has this equivalent
    $800 26
Proverbially, our contestants soak up facts like this type of creature that can filter 1,100 gallons of water a day
    $800 16
Walt Disney served in World War I with this future McDonald's tycoon
    $800 15
Folklorically, this descendant will have occult powers; it's also an Iron Maiden album
    $1000 10
This Romanian known for his "Endless Column" also sculpted the scandalous "Princess X"
    $1000 3
In "Cool Hand Luke", he's the character actor who says, "What we've got here is failure to communicate"
    $1000 14
The rings of parks around Boston and Cleveland are both described as this expensive piece of jewelry
    $1000 27
It's the North Atlantic inlet seen here

"Tides here are the largest in the world and have a profound effect on marine life."
    $1000 7
Ernest Hemingway, e.e. cummings & this "U.S.A." trilogy author all drove ambulances in the war
    $1000 21
Released in 1957, this film was based on the play "Tramalning" that had also been written by the director

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

Claudia Brad Kate
$2,800 $3,400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Brad Kate
$4,400 $5,800 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

[Alex reads category name in Elmer Fudd voice.]
    $400 7
The date on the first issue of the magazine, Sept. 6, 1896, was this day of the week
    $400 29
William Blake & Wordsworth were early members of this movement characterized by exaltation of emotion & passion
    $400 30
In the late 1300s Margaret of this European country took control of Sweden and Norway
    $400 2
George Gershwin personally asked Howard University voice professor Todd Duncan to originate this title role
    $400 28
The first known report of this Scottish lake dweller dates from 565 A.D.
    $400 14
You might not want to tell your honey if you've got apiphobia, a fear of these
    $800 8
Regular use of this began in the magazine in 1933, but didn't hit the Times' front page photos until 1997
    $800 26
Flaubert led this movement in French literature, also called naturalism
    DD: $2,000 25
His brothers Thorvald & Thorstein & his half-sister Freydis also traveled to Vinland
    $800 3
The works of this novelist & poet inspired "Lucia di Lammermoor", "La Donna del Lago" & "La Jolie Fille de Perth"
    $800 27
The Book of Job asks if this sea monster can be drawn out with a hook, or his tongue with a cord
    $800 15
If you've got ailurophobia, avoid a musical by this composer that won Tony awards in 1983
    $1200 9
This New Jersey-based bra company with a "girlish" name has been one of the magazine's advertising mainstays
    $1200 1
Andre Breton wrote a manifesto of this artistic & literary movement that explored the unconscious mind
    $1200 22
This noted theologian was born in the Italian town of Aquino around 1225
    $1200 4
This composer of "Cavalleria rusticana" wrote "Il Piccolo Marat", a sadly neglected opera about the Reign of Terror
    $1200 19
This "enemy from hell" in an 8th century epic poem was said to be a descendant of Cain
    DD: $1,200 16
She could have called her 1973 bestseller "Aviophobia"
    $1600 10
Nan Robertson won a 1983 Pulitzer for her writing on this "syndrome" abbreviated TSS
    $1600 12
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Ralph Waldo Emerson House in Concord, MA.) In 1842 Emerson gave a lecture called this, a 17-letter adjective for his literary & philosophical movement
    $1600 23
In 1129 she set up a convent in the building that once housed the monastery of Abelard, her ex
    $1600 5
If you dread operas about druids, this 1831 Bellini opus is sure to "Gaul" you
    $1600 20
In mythology this fire-breathing monster wreaked havoc in Lycia before she was killed by Bellerophon
    $1600 17
Be prepared to consume a daily Granny Smith if you've got iatrophobia, a fear of these
    $2000 11
He coined the phrase "nattering nabobs of negativism" & now writes the magazine's language column
    $2000 13
James Weldon Johnson & Zora Neale Hurston were writers associated with this 1920s movement
    $2000 24
In addition to being an historian & poet, Snorri Sturluson headed this Icelandic legislative body several times
    $2000 6
This Greek tragic heroine is the subject of 2 Gluck operas, one set in Aulis & one in Tauris
    $2000 21
In "The Time Machine", the gentle Eloi are preyed upon by this monstrous race that lives underground
    $2000 18
If you suffer from phasmophobia, you might want to rethink attending an 1881 classic play by this Scandinavian

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Claudia Brad Kate
$12,400 $17,800 $4,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

2001 NEWS
In 2001 the zinc industry was up in arms over Rep. Jim Kolbe's bill calling for the phasing out of these

Final scores:

Claudia Brad Kate
$17,400 $24,801 $0
2nd place: $10,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $10,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Claudia Brad Kate
$11,200 $17,800 $3,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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Game tape date: 2002-03-24
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