Show #3934 - Thursday, October 11, 2001

Introduction of Clue Crew member Cheryl.


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Jim Krakar, a professional healthcare representative from Clay, New York

Amy Rosier, a consultant from Houston, Texas

George Evanko, a public relations executive from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Things you find on...)
    $100 21
You might find these boxed chocolates from Hershey's at the end of the rainbow
    $100 11
The average person has some 18 square feet of this, making it the body's largest organ
    $100 16
Insect terrorizer seen here
    $100 6
If you hear Fort Valley called a pit, it's only because it's the seat of this county named for a fruit
    $100 1
Gore's buddies
    $200 22
Until 1932 this candy was known as the "Papa Sucker"
    $200 12
If you want to count all the hairs on your head, hope you have this natural color; it has the fewest
    $200 17
He hit his last home run in 1976
    $200 7
A song says, "She's the polar bear's pajamas...hard hearted Hannah, the vamp of" this city
    $200 29
In March 2000 F. Lee Bailey hosted a Court TV marathon of TV movies about this Erle Stanley Gardner lawyer
    $200 2
Cheney's bloodsucking arachnids
    $300 23
Relax -- this Charlotte ingredient is made from sponge cake, not a woman's hand
    DD: $500 13
These 2 of your 5 senses are connected; lose one & you lose most of the other
    $300 18
This Frankish king, who made the city of Aachen one of his capitals, may have been born there in 742 A.D.
    $300 8
Baxley is the historic "Capital of the World" for this paint solvent from pine trees
    $300 26
(Hi, I'm Catherine Crier.) This Court TV biography series shares its name with the suspect photos police show victims
    $300 3
Mondale's midriff-baring tops
    $400 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Orange County Fair.) This cake, a Pennsylvania Dutch specialty, is named for the device used to pour the batter
    $400 14
You have about 1 quart of this for every 30 pounds you weigh
    $400 19
The city of Aalst is found in this country's province of East Flanders
    $400 9
This Japanese company produces 65 kinds of power tools at a plant in Buford, Georgia
    $400 27
This Court TV website, named for a piece of indisputable evidence, broke the Rick Rockwell "Millionaire" story
    $400 4
Van Buren's merchandise boxes
    $500 25
America's first sandwich cookie, it was introduced in 1910; Oreos came along 2 years later
    $500 15
You'll need 3 Trent Reznors to collect enough of this metal, Fe, from their bodies to make a nine-inch nail
    $500 20
The Aare River of northern Switzerland joins this river at the German border
    $500 10
Its website says, "Warm Town, Warm People..." this "Home to One of Georgia's Seven Natural Wonders"
    $500 28
(Hi, I'm Alan Dershowitz, the host of Court TV's "Both Sides".) You could say I wrote the book on the Von Bulow case...this book
    $500 5
Arthur's fools

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

George Amy Jim
$300 $700 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

George Amy Jim
$300 $2,000 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Different suite this time.)
(Alex: You have to name the boxer portrayed.)
    $200 12
Debussy's "Suite Bergamasque" for piano contains this celebrated "lunar" tune
    $200 11
Character who is "A squeezing, wrenching, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner!"
    $200 1
Robert De Niro,
    $200 17
An important part of services, they include "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing"
    $200 3
You're on the money if you know she's the historic interpreter depicted here
    $200 18
(Sarah, with the rest of the Clue Crew, reports while driving a bumper car) It's a 2-word alliterative term for the aggressive behavior displayed by angry drivers
    $400 13
"Black, Brown and Beige" is a 1943 suite by this "noble" jazz bandleader
    $400 24
This novel was based in part on Thomas Carlyle's history of the French Revolution
    $400 2
Sly Stallone,
    $400 23
A believer's faith is confirmed by witness of this element of the trinity, symbolized by a flame
    $400 4
She's the famous American folk artist seen here
    $400 19
Often applied to Howard Stern, this rhyming term describes a DJ who's often offensive & controversial
    $600 14
Tchaikovsky simultaneously composed early sketches for the "Pathetique " symphony & this lively ballet suite
    $600 25
Dickens' 13th novel, it made its world debut in the USA's Harper's Weekly, which had high hopes for it
    $600 8
Mr. T,
    DD: $1,000 28
Methodism began as part of this Christian church, but split from it in the late 1700s
    $600 5
No one ever said this Revolutionary War-era woman seen here couldn't fill her husband's shoes
    $600 20
7-letter synonym listed by the American Heritage Dictionary for African American vernacular English
    $800 15
Not to tell tales out of school, but the symphonic suite heard here is named for this teller of tales
    DD: $2,000 26
Dickens' first installment of this novel was published in April 1870; he died while working on part 6
    $800 9
Paul Newman,
    $800 6
In the 1950s this 2-time Wimbledon winner seen here dominated women's tennis
    $800 21
This verb meaning to die was further popularized by a 1990 Julia Roberts-Kiefer Sutherland film
    $1000 16
He got around: he wrote suites for Mississippi, Hollywood, New England &, of course, the Grand Canyon
    $1000 27
The first play from this book, done while the story was still a serial, had a happy ending with Nell still alive
    $1000 10
Marlon Brando,
    $1000 7
She's the courageous schoolteacher shown here
    $1000 22
From the Latin for "hear" & the Greek for "loving", it's a CD & stereo equipment buff

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

George Amy Jim
$2,500 $5,800 $6,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Have you ever been to one?)
Its original home was built in 1829 as an arsenal to defend against slave insurrections

Final scores:

George Amy Jim
$5,000 $11,599 $11,601
3rd place: Trip to Flamingo Hotel, Las Vegas 2nd place: 7-night cruise to Tahiti on the ship Paul Gauguin New champion: $11,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

George Amy Jim
$4,500 $5,200 $6,400
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
18 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 2001-08-21
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