Show #4201 - Monday, December 2, 2002


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Darrell Garrison, a realtor from Antioch, California

Anne Cichocki, a recent law school graduate from Jacksonville, Florida

Raj Dhuwalia, a graduate student from Gainesville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 29
Button Gwinnett is best remembered for his signature on this document (& an autograph that later sold for $110,000)
    $200 28
In old titles this word preceded "a Chance", "a Guess" & "My Word for It"
    $200 3
In 1893, as a result of a tariff dispute, the Supreme Court proclaimed it a vegetable, not a fruit
    $200 30
This novelist's story collections include "Nightmares and Dreamscapes" & 2002's "Everything's Eventual"
    $200 27
Abbott & Costello's most famous routine
    $200 1
Galaxy comes from the word galaktos, which means milk in this language
    $400 22
He wasn't first in the heart of youthful crush Sally Fairfax, who moved to England
    $400 23
This grocery store-set game is seen daily on PAX
    $400 13
In the 1970s horticulturists developed sugar snaps by crossing the snow & green varieties of this
    $400 26
You may notice creaking doors when reading a "Mammoth" 2000 collection of tales about this type of "House"
    $400 25
Slang for a murder mystery
    $400 2
Our sun is located in an arm of the Milky Way named for this hunter
    $600 21
In 1776 23-year-old William & Mary grad Edmund Randolph became Attorney General of this state
    $600 5
Miss February 1986 Julie McCullough won a Playboy playmate edition of this game show hosted by Anne Robinson
    $600 10
Whether its smooth-leaf or savoy, make sure you wash the sand off the leaves of this vegetable before eating
    $600 12
In a 1968 nonfiction book, Paul Ehrlich predicted mass starvation due to the "Explosion" of this
    $600 24
A biographical dictionary first published in London in 1849
    $600 16
With several arms coiling around a central bulge, the Milky Way galaxy is classified by Hubble as this type of galaxy
    $800 18
In 1768 John Hancock ticked off the British by sneaking in the Madeira type of this without paying duties
    $800 6
The pop group Kabah sang the theme for the Mexican version of this 106-day long game that put 12 people in a house
    $800 9
Red globes are radishes; yellow & white globes are varieties of this veggie
    $800 8
The 1980s book "When the Wind Blows" depicts the effect of this type of war on an ordinary couple
    $800 4
Drew Carey hosts it on ABC
    $800 15
The center of the Milky Way galaxy lies in this constellation between Scorpio & Capricorn
    $1000 17
He was given liberty in 1776 & death on June 6, 1799
    $1000 19
Great game show-producing pairs of the past include Heatter-Quigley, Hatos-Hall & Goodson-him
    $1000 7
When eating these hot vegetables, keep a glass of milk handy; it neutralizes the hot compound capsaicin
    DD: $1,000 11
Appropriately, Richard Laymon's "The Traveling Vampire Show" won the horror award named for this 19th c. novelist
    $1000 20
Albee play, 1962
    $1000 14
Named for a mythological Ethiopian princess, this galaxy is the most distant object that can be seen by the naked eye

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

Raj Anne Darrell
$1,600 $3,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Raj Anne Darrell
$3,200 $5,600 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
In 1939 U.S. lighthouses came under the jurisdiction of this branch of the armed services
    $400 15
The umbrellas seen here were crafted from this type of thin paper.
    $400 29
It's the book of the Bible that first tells the story of Sodom & Gomorrah
    $400 1
Ken Howard as this Declaration writer
    $400 4
The Queen Elizabeth was the first of the Grandiflora class of these flowers
    $400 10
To deal with a problem head on is "to take" it "by the horns"
    DD: $7,000 22
Built in the 3rd century B.C., & standing over 350 feet high, it was the tallest lighthouse ever built
    $800 17
The cement used by stained glass craftsmen is like this in their hands -- actually it is this in their hands
    $800 28
Someone scribbled "Sodoma Gomorra" on a Pompeii wall prior to the eruption of this in 79 A.D.
    $800 2
Edward Herrmann as this Depression-era chief of state
    $800 5
Seen here, its name is from the Greek for "golden flower"
    $800 11
For a phrase that means "spotless", it pairs with "spick"
    $1200 21
A lighthouse on this state's Block Island has one of the most powerful beacons on the east coast
    $1200 18
(Sofia is the craftiest member of the Clue Crew.) In weaving on a loom, the transverse threads are the "woof", & the longitudinal ones are this
    $1200 23
Some archaeologists believe that the sites of Sodom & Gomorrah lie under this body of water
    $1200 3
Bruce Greenwood in "Thirteen Days"
    $1200 7
Darwin's first book after the "Origin of Species" was on these tropical flowers
    $1200 13
It's sounded just before the lights go out in your barracks
    $1600 20
Maine's West Quoddy Lighthouse, noted for its distinct red & white candy strips, overlooks this Canadian bay
    $1600 30
Edge guilding is a common technique in this bibliophilic craft
    $1600 24
Although warned not to look back at the destruction, Lot's wife did & became this
    $1600 6
Robert Duvall as this general
    DD: $3,500 8
These are sometimes known as "crane flowers"
    $1600 14
The four 4-letter words in the title of the Beatles' first U.S. No. 1 hit
    $2000 19
Every Nov. 10, Split Rock lighthouse on Lake Superior lights its lamps to commemorate this ship's sinking in 1975
    $2000 27
In tatting, you use a small shuttle to form the rings & semicircles of this fabric, perhaps for a doily
    $2000 25
Sodom & Gomorrah were destroyed by the Lord, who rained upon them these 2 things
    $2000 12
Michael Gambon in HBO's "The Path to War"
    $2000 9
The name of this flower is an allusion to its quick release of seeds at the slightest touch
    $2000 16
The burden's on you to come up with this Latin term for "burden"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Raj Anne Darrell
$10,800 $15,900 $21,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2002 NEWS
These 2 men, both christened Paul, made news when they visited Africa together in May 2002

Final scores:

Raj Anne Darrell
$21,300 $30,900 $10,600
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $30,900 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Raj Anne Darrell
$10,800 $14,000 $15,000
13 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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Game tape date: 2002-08-27
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