Show #4084 - Thursday, May 9, 2002

2002 Million Dollar Masters semifinal game 2.


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India Cooper, an actor and copy editor from New York City, New York

Leslie Frates, a Spanish teacher from Hayward, California

Brad Rutter, a network administrator from Lancaster, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
    $200 6
When Apollo 11 reached the Moon, Lawrence Knutson was the voice of Mission Control in this city
    $200 1
This band's 2001 CD "Weathered" spent 8 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard album chart
    $200 9
Chicago & Waukegan are Illinois' busiest ports on this lake
    $200 15
The Dionnes, born in 1934, were famous ones
    $200 26
Along with St. Andrew's & St. Patrick's, his cross appears on Britain's Union Jack
    $200 21
Holiday in 1929 on which Chicago gangster Bugs Moran lost several members of his gang
    $400 7
23-year-old Donald Turnupseed was the other driver in this 24-year-old actor's fatal crash
    $400 2
'70s classic heard here

"Plucked her eyebrows on the way /
Shaved her legs and then he was a she /
She says, 'Hey babe'"
    $400 12
It's referred to in the song heard here

"Old man river /
He just keeps rolling /
    $400 17
It's the ship in Melville's famous whale tale
    $400 27
T.S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral" deals with the murder of this saint
    $400 22
Born in Brooklyn in 1899, this gangster got his nickname from a knife cut to his cheek
    $600 8
James Blake was driving the bus in this city on the night when Rosa Parks wouldn't stand up
    $600 3
Aaron Lewis is the lead singer of this "It's Been Awhile" alterna-band
    $600 13
This state is home to Penobscot Bay, Penobscot Lake & Penobscot River
    $600 18
Like "Tommy", this '70s rock opera by The Who was also made into a movie
    DD: $2,000 28
St. Paul shares his June 29 feast day with this man whom he rebukes in Galatians
    $600 23
It was long thought that this gangster, seen here, got his nickname from his careful grooming habits
    $800 10
Clint Hartung & Whitey Lockman were on base when this N.Y. Giant won the 1951 pennant with a home run
    $800 4
This group heard here gets its name from a hockey penalty

"I'm more than a bird /
I'm more than a plane /
I'm more than some pretty face /
Beside a train"
    $800 14
New Jersey's western boundary is formed by this river
    $800 19
It's Latin for any 4-footed mammal
    $800 29
He's the "beloved physician" of Colossians
    $800 24
Despite the nickname, this man said to have coined the term "G-men" reportedly never fired a shot during a crime
    $1000 11
Albert Smith, mayor of this suburb, helped stop American Nazis from marching there in the late 1970s
    $1000 5
Footage from a concert at the Fillmore is included in his video for "Babylon"
    $1000 16
This river that flows out of Lake Tahoe is named for an Indian guide, not a big rig
    $1000 20
In Mexico the juice of certain agaves is used to make this milky fermented drink
    $1000 30
A follower of St. Francis, this "poor" saint is the patroness of television
    $1000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reads from a building on an infamous island.) This "Birdman of Alcatraz" raised canaries at Leavenworth, but wasn't permitted birds here in his cell at Alcatraz

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

Brad Leslie India
$4,600 $1,400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Leslie India
$9,600 $4,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want two first names from you, and they will be anagrams of each other.)
    $400 2
As you'd expect, radon gas is collected out of the radioactive decay of this element, symbol Ra
    $400 26
Funicello & Fabray
    $400 11
If you're in top physical condition, you can climb this 14,691-foot peak also known as Monte Cervino
    $400 1
This physician born in 1903 has been called "The man who reared 50 million kids"
    $400 21
He died in 1969 but popped up on a U.S. dollar coin 2 years later
    $400 16
His portrait subjects include Ginevra de' Benci & Lisa del Giocondo
    $800 3
In an exception to the norm, Co, cobalt, atomic number 27, is heavier than this element, Ni, atomic number 28
    $800 27
Lincoln & Arthur
    $800 12
Swiss banks store heaps of gold in vaults below the Bahnhofstrasse, an elegant street in this city
    $800 6
Thomas Wolfe described this island as a "million-footed, tower-masted, and sky-soaring citadel"
    $800 22
The word thaler, which became dollar, is from Joachimsthal, site of a mine for this metal
    $800 17
When he was born on Crete around 1540, Crete belonged to Venice, so he could have been El Veneto
    $1200 4
It's the valence number of the oxygen atom in a molecule of water
    $1200 28
Banks & Dunne
    $1200 13
Schwyz, one of the 23 states called these that make up Switzerland today, was one of the original 3
    $1200 7
The "3 Million Bill" passed by Congress in 1847 appropriated $3 million for the purchase of land from this country
    $1200 23
2-word term for a golf score of 3 under par on a hole, or the old $20 coin it might have won you
    $1200 18
In 1883 Claude Monet settled in this hamlet 50 miles from Paris, often seen in his later works
    $1600 5
4-letter word for the intrinsic angular momentum of an elementary particle
    $1600 29
Campion & Chretien
    $1600 14
This 16th century Dutch scholar is buried in Basel
    $1600 8
Of the 10 million slaves sent to the Americas over 3 1/2 centuries, almost 40 percent went to this Latin American country
    $1600 24
A "Benjamin" from it would have meant a $2 note, which showed its Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin
    DD: $9,000 19
Van Gogh & Kandinsky were in this modern art "show" named for the NYC military building where it was held in 1913
    $2000 9
This "point" doesn't mean someone's being judgmental--it's where liquid & gaseous phases become identical
    $2000 30
Baxter & Buffett
    DD: $2,000 15
A period of the Mesozoic era was named for this mountain range that straddles the Swiss-French border
    $2000 10
Led by a man from Popowo, in 1981 it had 10 million members
    $2000 25
This revolutionary year (not the one you might think) appears on the front of all U.S. dollar bills
    $2000 20
Ms. Gentileschi, the painter, rape victim, & movie subject whose work is seen here, had this first name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Leslie India
$19,600 $20,400 $3,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

One of its title studies is Sen. Edmund Ross' 1868 vote against convicting President Andrew Johnson

Final scores:

Brad Leslie India
$39,200 $20,400 $3,800
Finalist 2nd place: $25,000 3rd place: $25,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brad Leslie India
$19,600 $13,000 $5,800
33 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,400

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Game tape date: 2002-03-25
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