Show #4382 - Tuesday, September 30, 2003

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Steve Stone, a business manager from North Wildwood, New Jersey

Sibel Oyman, a research assistant from Washington, D.C.

Chuck Champagne, a vice president of finance from Cumberland, Rhode Island (whose 2-day cash winnings total $34,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Joseph Lister pioneered antiseptic medicine with the carbolic type of this, today called phenol
    $200 1
In 2003 the sequel to this 1999 film was "Reloaded"
    $200 8
Although it can be called a credence, this sideboard is better known by an Italian name
    $200 9
Rising near Sogne Fiord in this country, Galdhopiggen is the highest peak in northern Europe
    $200 14
Lohn Holahan created this "lucky" cereal by cutting up marshmallows & sprinkling them on Cheerios
    $200 22
A breed of dog: "CLL"
    $400 7
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents in front of a blackboard.) Atoms in the compound carbon dioxide share 2 pairs of electrons, forming a double covalent this
    $400 2
Alan Cumming played a mutant named Nightcrawler in this 2003 blockbuster sequel
    $400 23
Characterized by an s-shaped curve, a cabriole is this part of a piece of furniture
    $400 10
Homer wrote that this Greek peak never has storms & basks in cloudless ether; guess he didn't really look at it
    $400 15
This Spangler marshmallow classic candy is banana flavored, orange colored & 3-ring good!
    $400 24
A U.S. state: "H"
    $600 19
An alkyl is a hydrocarbon that has lost one of these atoms that has just 1 proton in its nucleus
    $600 3
This 2003 sequel is subtitled "Full Throttle"
    $600 11
Pico de Aneto is the highest peak in this range that extends from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean
    $600 16
Hard to know if the Thanksgiving side dish of marshmallows, brown sugar & these still counts as a vegetable
    $600 25
A country: "STRL"
    $800 20
Glucose that rotates the plane of polarized light to the right is also called this
    $800 4
A female cyborg is sent from the future to kill John Connor in the third outing of this film series
    $800 29
This country's De Stijl furniture of the early 20th century used geometric forms & only 3 colors: red, blue & yellow
    $800 12
The lower slopes of this 15,771-foot peak contain several glaciers including Mer de Glace
    $800 17
Introduced in 1913, these chocolate & marshmallow cookies from Nabisco are only available from Oct. to mid-March
    $800 26
A Great Lake: "R"
    DD: $800 21
Created in 2002, the NLA is the national association devoted to these, like fats & oils
    $1000 5
Robert DeNiro reprised his role as mobster Paul Viti in this 2002 film
    $1000 28
The first British furniture book was his "The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director", published in 1754
    $1000 13
Zugspitze, Germany's highest peak, lies about 70 miles southwest of Munich in this state
    $1000 18
The logo of this aptly named brand is seen here
    $1000 27
1984's Best Picture: "MDS"

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

Chuck Sibel Steve
$4,000 $1,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Sibel Steve
$5,600 $1,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
In Jan. 1776 Thomas Paine attacked King George III & argued for American independence in this pamphlet
    $400 7
Bill, of these '70s singing brothers, was once married to Goldie Hawn
    $400 26
The Met's home in this complex opened in 1966 with Samuel Barber's "Antony & Cleopatra"
    $400 15
Technically, he's also the Member of Parliament for Sedgefield District
    $400 6
Edith Wharton was born not far from this New York square, also the title of a book by her friend Henry James
    $400 12
To be too smart for your own good is to be "too clever by" this
    $800 2
The Treaty of Paris expanded the USA's borders from this 1,500-mile mountain range west to the Mississippi River
    $800 8
(Hi, I'm Mackenzie Phillips.) When I was a kid I got to hang out with The Beatles & The Rolling Stones because my dad was in this band
    $800 27
Emma Calve might have tired of the Habanera when she set a Met record singing this role 137 times
    $800 16
She won the Sullivan Award as the nation's outstanding amateur athlete in 1992
    $800 13
At age 18 Edith had some poems published in The Atlantic Monthly, with help from this "Village Blacksmith" poet
    $800 20
At Northwestern University, classes in the winter one began Jan. 6, 2003
    $1200 3
On Oct.19, 1781, Gen. Charles O'Hara, acting for this General, handed his sword to the Americans, ending the war
    $1200 9
The acting Arquette siblings are Alexis, Richmond, David & these 2 sisters
    DD: $1,000 28
Enrico Caruso is seen here as this Biblical hero in a Met production of a Saint-Saens opera
    $1200 17
She starred in "The Days & Nights of Molly Dodd" & "Continental Divide"
    $1200 14
For visits to the front & other work during WWI, France made Edith Wharton a Chevalier of this
    $1200 21
This common measurement for liquor makes about 17 cocktails
    $1600 4
The Marine Corps' first amphibious landing took place in 1776 at New Providence in this island group in the West Indies
    $1600 10
This "Senior" father of an actor sang with The Main Ingredient on "Everybody Plays the Fool"
    $1600 29
The Met gave the American premiere of his "Turandot" & the world premiere of his "Girl of the Golden West"
    $1600 18
Its address is 1651 Pennsylvania Avenue
    DD: $600 24
Wharton won a Pulitzer Prize for this novel about Newland Archer, who falls in love with his wife's cousin
    $1600 22
A bit is this fraction of a dollar
    $2000 5
This "Fox" & his guerrilla band attacked the British & then retreated to South Carolina's swamps
    $2000 11
They're the father & daughter acting powerhouses seen here & here
    $2000 19
George Orwell, when he was born
    $2000 25
A poor farmer falls in love with his wife's cousin in this 1911 tale of tragic irony
    $2000 23
W.E.B. DuBois spoke of the elite of black society as the "talented" this fraction

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Sibel Steve
$11,600 $3,600 $3,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2002 the Houston Astros bought back the naming rights to their ballpark from this company

Final scores:

Chuck Sibel Steve
$14,600 $4,800 $4,200
3-day champion: $49,002 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chuck Sibel Steve
$11,600 $3,800 $4,600
21 R,
4 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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Game tape date: 2003-07-29
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