Show #4295 - Friday, April 11, 2003

Brian Weikle game 2.


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Ross Winnick, a mechanical engineer from San Diego, California

Marianne Matte, a freelance graphic designer from Steep Falls, Maine

Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
In 1962 on the 59th anniv. of their flight, they were posthumously inducted into the National Aviation Hall of Fame
    $200 1
(I'm Kurt Warner.) The team at my alma mater, Northern Iowa, is these big, fierce black cats
    $200 20
Like the bloodhound, the beagle is classified as a hound that hunts mainly by this sense
    $200 26
The Hong Kong branch of this world-famous wax museum features figures of Asian singing idols Andy Lau & Teresa Teng
    $200 12
This city's annual film festival gives out the Golden Bear for its best film
    $200 6
A timesaving alternate route
    $400 15
First names of childhood friends & ice cream makers Cohen & Greenfield
    $400 2
(I'm Jeff Garcia.) For San Jose State, I was one of these warriors who battled the Athenians
    $400 22
The Beagle Brigade of this cabinet department helps keep banned fruits & vegetables out of the U.S.
    $400 27
This city's "Histeria Pass" will get you a discount to the Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers
    $400 13
In 1932's "Blonde Venus", this German sex symbol aped around in a gorilla suit
    $400 7
Position played by Derek Jeter
    $600 17
They're the pair heard here
    $600 3
(I'm Drew Brees.) At Purdue I was one of these, originally an insult by some jerks from Wabash College in 1889
    $600 23
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Rockefeller Center in New York.) In "A Boy Named Charlie Brown", this character skates here, at the Rockefeller Center rink
    $600 28
Salome, Jezebel & Mata Hari enhance the vixens exhibit in this city's Wax Museum at Fisherman's Wharf
    $600 14
The Commerzbank Tower rises 60 stories above this city, a financial center on the Main
    $600 8
A rich, buttery, crumbly cookie
    DD: $800 19
In England, you can still see shows by this pair: an abusive hunchback & his long-suffering wife
    $800 4
(I'm Troy Vincent.) I played for Wisconsin as one of these diggers
    $800 24
The AKC says, when drawn out (see how your dog likes that) these should reach nearly the end of the beagle's nose
    $800 29
Voodoo queen Marie Laveau is one of many local legend depicted in wax at the Musee Conti in this U.S. city
    $800 16
From the German for "council cellar", it's a basement bar patterned after a beer hall
    $800 9
A failure in an electrical path
    $1000 21
"Ruddigore", first published in 1887, is one of their lesser known operettas
    $1000 5
(I'm Shaun Alexander.) I'm the all-time leading rusher of this college team whose nickname used to be "The Thin Red Line"
    $1000 25
The beagle's coat is usually described as black, white, & this shade of brown
    $1000 30
You, too will enjoy wax figures of U2 at the National Wax Museum near Parnell Square in this world capital
    $1000 18
Defeating Jack Sharkey, this German won the World Heavyweight boxing title in 1930
    $1000 10
You're working on this if you're practicing your golf play around the green

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Brian Marianne Ross
$3,800 $200 $4,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Marianne Ross
$9,600 $1,200 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the spelling this time.)
    $400 4
A famous quotation about this pear variety also called the Williams is that it accounts for about 50% of U.S. production
    $400 2
A 1562 ordinance against public ostentation turned this city's gondolas black; they still are
    $400 21
As opposed to the armed service, this group handles the government's administrative functions
    $400 26
It was Georges Bizet's last & most famous opera
    $400 7
Simon & Garfunkel told her that "Jesus loves you more than you will know, wo, wo, wo"
    $400 1
It ruined my satin tie
    $800 17
The fruits of this cactus plant are known as tunas
    $800 3
Due to an earthquake, in October of 1562 Chile was hit by one of these reported to be 52' high
    $800 22
Some cities are planned with a mayor & this body, some with this body and a manager
    $800 27
This opera Georges Bizet composed in 1865 about the terrible czar wasn't performed until 1946
    $800 8
Otis Redding was "Sittin' on" this title spot "watchin' the tide roll away"
    $800 13
This tropical fruit is among my favorites
    $1200 18
This winter pear shares its name with a region in the Loire valley
    $1200 5
The shroud of the French occupation of this town was lifted in 1562 when it became the seat of the Dukes of Savoy
    $1200 23
In England MP & PM are short for these 2 posts
    $1200 28
In 1875 Bizet was honored by being a chevalier of this French legion
    $1200 10
(Sofia of the Clue Crew is in Albuquerque.) This '60s pop tune asks, "Would you like to ride in my beautiful balloon?"
    $1200 14
Tom touts this as the best beer
    $1600 19
Also called the Chinese pear, most varieties of this type of pear are grown in Japan
    $1600 6
This saint of Avila founded her order of Barefoot Carmelites
    $1600 24
Term for a chief minister of state; it's also the last name of a late NBC newscaster
    $1600 29
Bizet served in the national guard to protect Paris from a siege of the city during this 1870-71 conflict
    $1600 11
"Don't hang around and let your problems surround you, there are movie shows" here
    $1600 15
I like to paddle mine on the ocean
    $2000 20
The Passe-Crassane was created by crossing a pear with this pectin-rich fruit
    DD: $2,000 9
Tubes in the body are named for Bartolomeo Eustachio & this contemporary Italian anatomist who died in 1562
    DD: $2,000 25
Next to the president is the vice president; this "vice" is the crown's main representative in a territory
    $2000 30
A musical prodigy, by age 10 Bizet was studying in Paris under this famous composer of the 1859 opera "Faust"
    $2000 12
"If I were" this "and you were a lady, would you marry me anyway? Would you have my baby?"
    $2000 16
A synonym for evil

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Marianne Ross
$26,400 $4,800 $9,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 4-letter countries of Africa

Final scores:

Brian Marianne Ross
$31,400 $600 $13,000
2-day champion: $52,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Marianne Ross
$26,400 $5,600 $9,000
34 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
7 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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Game tape date: 2002-12-11
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