Show #4384 - Thursday, October 2, 2003

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Sara Wilska, a contracts manager from Vienna, Virginia

Tom Massimo, an equity trader from New York, New York

Elisabeth Corkran, a human resources coordinator from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
"Interview with the Vampire" (1976)
    $200 23
It's the term for 3 strikes in a row (gobble gobble)
    $200 18
Illinois & Texas both claim to be the home of this battered & deep-fried wiener on a stick
    $200 16
Now voiced by Wayne Allwine, this character was originally voiced by Walt Disney himself
    $200 6
In the 1600s, the pirate Koxinga took this island also known as Formosa from the Dutch
    $200 1
This type of plane carries packages, not passengers
    $400 12
"Catch-22" (1961)
    DD: $2,000 24
Appropriately, in a Woolworth split, these 2 pins are left standing
    $400 19
Dried, smoked or even roasted, this fish is "king" in Alaska
    $400 17
This Norfolk, Virginia-born Las Vegas superstar claims to be a descendant of Pocahontas
    $400 7
The main job of a pirate, "to take things by force", it's from a German word
    $400 2
The FDA requires that this butter substitute be fortified with Vitamin A
    $600 13
"Lord of the Flies" (1954)
    $600 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents from the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, NV.) In 1997, Jeremy Sonnenfeld achieved the American Bowling Congress's first perfect series: 3 games totalling this number
    $600 20
Nopales, used in salads in the southwest, are the cooked-until-tender leaves of these, with the spines removed
    $600 28
Good golly, his real name is Richard Wayne Penniman
    $600 8
A favorite weapon of pirates; being stabbed by one 20 times helped kill the pirate Blackbeard
    $600 3
It's a signal by bugle for the soldiers to attack
    $800 14
"Horseman Pass By" (1961)
    $800 26
A trademark of Brunswick, you might say this type of bowling, with laser lights, fog & music is out of this world!
    $800 21
Marionberries aren't from D.C.; they're from Oregon & are a variety of these berries
    $800 29
Sen. Wayne Morse, who spoke nonstop for 22 hours & 26 minutes in 1953, set a then-record for one of these
    $800 9
Some of his famous treasure has been found on Gardiners Island off Long Island
    $800 4
This city was named for one of the founders of American Express
    $1000 15
"King Rat" (1962)
    $1000 27
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents from the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, NV.) When a righty bowler's ball hits the left side of the head pin to make a strike, it's called this, even outside New York
    $1000 22
The steamed blue ones from Chesapeake Bay are served by the dozen in Baltimore restaurants
    $1000 30
Before the 1804 Lewis & Clark expedition, William Clark served as an Army officer under this "crazy" General
    $1000 10
A New York bridge that gets you to Staten Island is named for this privateer turned explorer
    $1000 5
It's the lingo peculiar to a particular trade or group

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

Elisabeth Tom Sara
$600 $4,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elisabeth Tom Sara
$2,400 $9,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 25
Mesocarp & mesoderm refer to layers in this position
    $400 12
Classic 1954 film that gave us the "could'a been a contender" speech
    $400 6
In 1946 Warren Avis filled a need by opening up his car rental shop at one of these places
    $400 1
In size, it's the smallest independent country in the world
    $400 11
Goat cheese is a food; this was the Chiricahua Apache leader who took on the Army in the 1860s
    $400 17
Superman's classic nickname that's the material used in S.O.S. Pads for scouring & polishing
    $800 26
An astrocyte is a cell shaped like this
    $800 13
The Indian tribe that Dances With Wolves befriends
    $800 7
In 1924 A T & T introduced a printing telegraph system under this name that became widely used
    $800 2
All 181 square miles of it are found in the eastern Pyrenees mountains
    $800 22
Ephedrine is an asthma drug; this is the actress who starred in "The Birds"
    $800 18
"A.I" co-star who's a TV drama about crime & justice from the perspective of the police & the prosecuting D.A.s
    $1200 27
(Hi, I'm Dave Mustaine of the rock group Megadeth.) As in the Nuclear war term "megadeaths", the Greek prefix mega - translates as this
    $1200 14
He played Cantor Rabinovitch in "The Jazz Singer" in 1980 & Hamlet in 1948
    DD: $2,000 8
"Who Says Elephants Can't Dance?" is Louis Gerstner's memoir of turning around this giant tech company
    $1200 3
Discovered by Columbus in 1498, invaded by the U.S. in 1983
    $1200 23
Popeye was a cartoon sailor; he was part of the triumvirate with Caesar & Crassus
    $1200 19
Elton John song that's a tribute to Marilyn Monroe & the residents of Toad Hall
    $1600 28
Holo- means "whole", as in this imaging system invented in 1947
    $1600 15
Behind-the-camera legend seen here
    $1600 9
"Natural care" is the mantra of personal products company Tom's of this state
    DD: $2,000 4
It's only 23 square miles & completely surrounded by Italy
    $1600 24
Lily pads are found in water; this French-American coloratura was found at The Met in 1931
    $1600 20
"Stand By Me" singer who sat on Egypt's throne from 1936 to 1952
    $2000 30
Chryso- as in chrysoberyl, seen
    $2000 16
She played Julie in "Jezebel"
    $2000 10
The USA's largest radio station operator, it also stages over 25,000 live events a year
    $2000 5
The smallest island nation in the Mediterranean Sea
    $2000 29
A Junior Achiever takes a shot at running a business; he wrote "The Wapshot Chronicle"
    $2000 21
"Soul Train" host & businessman nicknamed "Commodore" who made a fortune in steamship lines & railroads

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elisabeth Tom Sara
$5,600 $20,200 $7,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He served 2 terms as Vice President & was the first Vice President who had been born in the 20th century

Final scores:

Elisabeth Tom Sara
$2,000 $23,200 $4,500
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $23,200 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elisabeth Tom Sara
$5,600 $18,200 $6,600
10 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $30,400

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Game tape date: 2003-07-29
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