Show #4294 - Thursday, April 10, 2003

Brian Weikle game 1.

(Judge Hatchett: I'll talk about the law later. Right now Jeopardy! is in session!)


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Mark Hughes, a college English professor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Bruce Janger, a retired attorney from Santa Monica, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $47,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the catchphrase; you identify the comic.)
(Alex: ...because each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 8
Composer Edvard Grieg was born in this Norwegian city that makes us think of actress Candice
    $200 20
In the 1970s this Great Lakes state cut down on litter with the nation's first 10-cent bottle refund law
    $200 18
Superman could tell you this odorless, colorless gas bears atomic No. 36
    $200 1
"Well, excuuuuuse me!"
    $200 2
Most candy is made by crystallizing this
    $200 3
He sought the Republican presidential nomination in 2000
    $400 9
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from London.) Tower Bridge was built in this century at a cost of over a million pounds; average annual income was 40 pounds
    $400 27
Classy car dealers like Beverly Hills Mercedes-Benz use this synonym for "used"
    $400 19
First isolated by Sir William Ramsay & Morris Travers, this gas takes its name from the Greek word meaning "new"
    $400 4
"You look mahvelous!"
    $400 15
This drink has been traced back to the Ethiopian province of Keffa or Kaffa (maybe the source of its name, too)
    $400 13
On this show, Jack Klugman starred as a crime-solving forensic investigator
    $600 10
The annual tomato battle, or Tomatina, held in Bunol in this country really does paint the town red
    $600 28
If you find an authentic original zoot suit in a secondhand store, it's probably from this decade
    DD: $2,000 21
This gas is released during photosynthesis
    $600 5
"Woo woo woo woo woo woo!"
    $600 24
Pindar tells of one of these races in which 40 teams were entered & only one finished
    $600 14
It's the geographic entity outlined here
    $800 11
We have a "hunch" you can visit this author's home at No. 6 Place des Vosges in Paris
    $800 29
In "I am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang", a war veteran tries to sell this but the pawnbroker has too many already
    $800 22
When bubbles of this gas form in a scuba diver's blood, the bends can occur
    $800 6
"Here's another nice mess you've gotten us into"
    $800 25
This daily chronicler of the fashion industry launched "W", a bi-weekly, in 1972
    $800 16
It means "held once every 4 years"
    $1000 12
Legend says this capital is named for Kii, one of the 3 brothers who founded it
    $1000 30
Fancier term for dealers in used books, the first A in their association, the ABAA
    $1000 23
In the "heavy water" used in nuclear physics, deuterium replaces the usual form of this gas
    $1000 7
To Rochester: "Now cut that out!"
    $1000 26
Western state whose 2-letter postal abbreviation sounds like a deadly sin
    $1000 17
14 in France

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

Bruce Brian Mark
$5,000 $4,000 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Brian Mark
$5,200 $9,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
A sculpture by this artist of the American West is seen here
    $400 2
(Here is the judge. She'll be giving us all the clues in this category. Judge?) In law libel is written defamation; this is oral
    $400 16
This tree grows slowly & usually doesn't produce acorns until it is about 20 years old
    $400 1
The Stinging Wasps
    $400 22
The Ruckers family of Antwerp in this present country were sort of the Stradivariuses of the harpsichord
    $400 11
Jerry Lewis' partner who occupied the White House from 1837 to 1841
    $800 23
This portrait painter was the first president of the Royal Academy of Arts
    $800 3
(Judge Hatchett reads the clue.) This certificate is a mandate of the court & comes in "bench" & "search" types
    $800 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Science Museum of Minnesota.) The Douglas fir, one of whose enormous trunks is seen here, belongs to this cone-bearing order of trees
    $800 5
The Male Deer
    $800 27
The strings of a harpsichord produce sound this way, not by being struck like a piano's
    $800 12
Charlie Brown's tomboy friend kidnapped by the SLA in 1974
    DD: $6,400 24
The 27-panel fresco "Detroit Industry" in the Detroit institute of Arts is by this noted muralist
    $1200 4
(Judge Hatchett reads the clue.) It's the questioning of a witness by the party opposed to the one that produced the witness
    DD: $2,000 18
The blue gum, which has been introduced into the U.S., & the Sydney peppermint are species of this tree
    $1200 7
The Ursus Arctos Horribilises
    $1200 28
This term was often synonymous with a harpsichord, as in Bach's "Well-Tempered" one
    $1200 13
"Hot Stuff" singer whose medal events include the pentathlon & rhythmic gymnastics
    $1600 25
Large canvases of 2 or 3 fuzzy-edged rectangles of color were the hallmark of this abstract painter who died in 1970
    $1600 6
(Judge Hatchett reads the clue.) If accepted, these "circumstances" can lower a degree of homicide to just manslaughter
    $1600 19
The raffia variety of this tropical tree produces leaves that grow to more than 65 feet in length
    $1600 8
The Unbranded Cattle
    $1600 29
The harpsichord's clean sound made it useful for this technique of playing multiple melodies at once
    $1600 14
Legendary large pool player who "Ain't Misbehavin'" in the world of jazz music
    $2000 26
Nicknamed "Le Douanier" -- the customs officer -- this self-taught painter's work is seen here
    $2000 10
(Judge Hatchett reads the clue.) A pre-trial device to find out what they've got on you; it's also the name of a space shuttle
    $2000 20
Unlike other species of maple, the leaves of this elder have 3 to 7 blades instead of just one
    $2000 9
The 19th Century Sailing Ships
    $2000 30
Last name of composer Domenico, son of Alessandro; he wrote over 500 harpsichord pieces
    $2000 15
Pen name of short story writer William Sydney Porter, who lived in the woods on the shores of Walden Pond

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bruce Brian Mark
$10,400 $25,400 $1,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He won the USA's only boxing gold medal at the 1992 Olympics

Final scores:

Bruce Brian Mark
$20,800 $21,400 $3,199
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,400 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bruce Brian Mark
$10,400 $23,200 $8,000
17 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $41,600

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Game tape date: 2002-12-11
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