Suggest correction - #4006 - 2002-01-21

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    DD: $1,430 20
Meaning "containing tin", it precedes "fluoride" in the name of a useful compound

Show #4006 - Monday, January 21, 2002


Roger Werries, a computer forensics instructor from Bowie, Maryland

Lisa Dixon, a claim representative from Peachtree City, Georgia

Danielle Yermish, an elementary school teacher from Los Angeles, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $3,400)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the river in...)
(Alex: "Mark" in quotation... marks.)
(Alex: Of course.)
    $200 2
The largest travel organization, it offers trip planning & roadside assistance to over 44 million members
    $200 7
(Hi. I'm Esai Morales.) I played Bob Morales, Ritchie Valens' brother, in this 1987 film
    $200 1
Georgetown & Alexandria
    $200 12
Introduced in 1939, the Mother's Day pansy became this company's bestselling card
    $200 17
Virginia's capital moved to this colonial city, where it would remain until 1780
    $200 26
On Feb. 15, 2000 McCain & Bush debated taxes on this emerging type of "commerce"
    $400 3
It was founded in 1878 by 100 lawyers from 21 states
    $400 8
1987 film in which Sean Connery says, "He pulls a knife, you pull a gun... that's the Chicago way & that's how you get Capone"
    $400 22
Montreal & Quebec
    $400 13
This "against" one's name is an indication of failure
    $400 18
The Sieur D'Iberville discovered & named this 625-square-mile Louisiana lake
    $400 27
This type of tax is the main source of income for most U.S. local governments
    $600 4
This int'l relief organization has a museum right across from the U.N.'s European headquarters in Geneva
    $600 9
Holly Hunter & Nicolas Cage can't have a child of their own, so they kidnap a baby in this wacky Coen Brothers comedy
    $600 23
Vientiane & Phnom Penh
    $600 14
Literary character heard here

"Let Rome in Tiber melt and the wide arch /
Of the ranged empire fall. Here is my space."
    $600 19
A hunting accident ended the reign of Christian V of this northern European country
    $600 29
I dub thee this, an additional tax on top of one already being collected
    DD: $400 5
Established in 1961, the John Muir Award is the highest honor given by the organization
    $800 10
Jack Nicholson plays "your average horny little devil" in this be-"witch"ing film
    $800 24
Knoxville & Chattanooga
    $800 15
In Genesis it's sign of divine protection, but it has come to imply punishment
    $800 20
Guillaume Amontons' laws of this physical force applied only to stationary, not moving, objects in contact
    $800 30
It's a synonym for "tariff" as well as for obligation
    $1000 6
A society is named for this Army captain who was killed by Chinese Communists in 1945
    $1000 11
(Cheryl gives the clue.) This 1985 Harrison Ford movie was filmed partly in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    $1000 25
Hyderabad & Sukkur
    $1000 16
To move your feet in a march step without moving, or to suspend progress generally
    $1000 21
In 1699 Peter the Great put Russia on this calendar that's named for another ruler
    $1000 28
Cigarette taxes are this type, from the Latin for "return", because lower-income people pay a higher percentage

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

Danielle Lisa Roger
$200 $3,000 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Danielle Lisa Roger
$1,000 $1,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
In 1964 after decades as an actor, Laurence Olivier was stricken with this 2-word type of fear
    $400 21
This landmark undergoing a big restoration was home in 2001 to the historical exhibit "Blood and Arena"
    $400 2
In '99 this Canadian hockey great published "99: My Life in Pictures"
    $400 1
When the last of these animals died on Mauritius in 1681, it was as dead as--itself
    $400 26
In this 1959 William Gibson drama, Helen Keller realizes things have names
    $400 5
"Glory, glory Hallelujah!" begins the chorus of this patriotic "Hymn"
    $800 17
(Sofia gives the clue.) In punishments of yore, the pillory had a hole for the head; these just held the feet and sometimes hands
    $800 22
A podium & 3 columns remain from the temple he built to Venus for granting his win over Pompey
    $800 3
Austrian Franz Klammer's skiing specialty, or the was his career went in the late '70s
    $800 4
Equinoxes occur when these 2 things are of approximately equal length everywhere on Earth
    $800 27
Sinclair Lewis' real estate salesman who's "never done a single thing I've wanted to do in my whole life"
    $800 6
"Have you been to Jesus for the cleansing power? Are you washed in" this?
    $1200 18
Some western stagecoaches had a spot under the driver's seat for this "box" of valuables
    $1200 23
Of Keats, Shelley or Byron, the British poet whose remains are not buried in Rome
    $1200 10
Golf's Ryder Cup & Solheim Cup are competitions between these 2 teams
    $1200 13
Also a term for a celestial object, this shape may be described by the rotation of a circle about its diameter
    $1200 7
Do this, do this "for Jesus, Ye soldiers of the cross"
    $1600 19
This popular method of aging jeans often uses pumice
    $1600 24
If you're Rome for the holidays, check out the Pope's balcony speech "Urbi et Orbi" at noon on this day
    $1600 11
(Hi, I'm Brandi Chastain.) This was the team the U.S. defeated on my penalty kick in the 1999 World Cup final
    $1600 14
Named after a planet, its atomic number is 92
    $1600 8
An adaptation of Psalm 90 begins, "O God our help in" these, "Our hope in years to come"
    DD: $1,430 20
Meaning "containing tin", it precedes "fluoride" in the name of a useful compound
    $2000 25
You might stay at Le Grand Hotel, founded in 1894 by Cesar Ritz with this top chef in charge of the opening banquet
    $2000 12
Once a teen tennis sensation, this American won her first Grand Slam singles title at the 2001 Australian Open
    $2000 15
In 1974 Stephen Hawking became one of the youngest members ever of this "Royal" group founded in 1660
    $2000 9
Among Martin Luther King's last words were a request for the hymn asking him to "take my hand"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Danielle Lisa Roger
$3,400 $3,800 $9,170
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Tourist spots in the Asian city named for this man include Notre Dame Cathedral & Reunification Hall

Final scores:

Danielle Lisa Roger
$400 $3,800 $7,740
3rd place: 2 to Santa Cruz, California 2nd place: trip for 2 to St. Lucia New champion: $7,740

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Danielle Lisa Roger
$3,400 $4,200 $10,600
8 R,
1 W
13 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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