Show #4093 - Wednesday, May 22, 2002

Ben Tritle game 5.

Contestants

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Robert Vinson, a director of network management from Charlotte, North Carolina

Liz Zoller, an actor and musician from Chicago, Illinois

Ben Tritle, an apartment manager from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $58,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

MONUMENTS
ENTERTAINING CRITTERS
"D"OUBLE TALK
IT'S TOO DARN HOT!
MINNEAPOLIS
ST. PAUL
    $200 24
On July 4, 1884 the French government officially presented to the U.S. the deed to this
    $200 6
Fred Flintstone's boisterous pet dinosaur
    $200 12
The island of Mauritius has featured this extinct bird on quite a few stamps
    $200 17
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue) Protect yourself from the heat by wearing a kepi, like the ones worn by this military corps founded in 1831
    $200 1
The St. Anthony Falls are the navigable head of this river
    $200 11
Of faith, hope & charity, the one Paul considered the greatest
    $400 25
The 16–mile Dunes Drive loops through the heart of White Sands National Monument in this state
    $400 7
This breakfast cereal ursine character hawked Super Sugar Crisps
    $400 13
In a nursery rhyme about "My Son John", it precedes "dumpling"
    $400 18
You shouldn't take these heat tablets named for a seasoning unless your physician recommends them
    $400 2
Minneapolis began with 2 mills: one for lumber & one to make this food staple
    $400 22
Though against casual sex, Paul did say to "greet all the brethren with an holy" one of these
    $600 26
Carvings of ancient axeheads & daggers can be seen on this monument on Salisbury Plain
    $600 8
Featured in the Van Amburgh Circus of the 1850s, Hannibal was a giant one of these animals
    $600 14
It's a Brenda Lee hit, a town in India, a lollipop, & a type of bullet
    $600 19
(Sarah of the Clue Crew delivers the clue) It's believed the folding fan was created when the inventor noticed the way this mammal folds its wings
    $600 3
At the Target Center, you can see the home games of this NBA team
    $600 23
Paul was born Jewish & his parents named him for this king
    DD: $1,000 27
Described as an "elegy in marble", it was completed in the 1640s at a cost of about 32 million rupees
    $800 9
Dr. Seuss put this animal "in Socks"
    $800 15
Editor & critic Clifton Fadiman called Gertrude Stein "the mama of" this art movement
    $800 20
You may not want to visit this national park in July, when the average high is about 115 degrees--what a "killer"!
    $800 4
On Jan. 17, 2001 building began on a light train route to connect downtown, the airport & this Bloomington mall
    $800 29
Paul, like the classic Omar, had this trade
    $1000 28
This French sculptor called his monument to Balzac "the sum of my whole life"
    $1000 10
He voiced a dragon in "Mulan"
    $1000 16
This African antelope barely comes up to your knees
    $1000 21
It's a 6-letter term for a heated enclosure for growing plants in cold weather; you also might have one "of crime"
    $1000 5
In 2002 Eiji Oue left his job as director of one of these in Minneapolis, like Seiji Ozawa did in Boston
    $1000 30
According to Acts, Paul supported the stoning of this man, the first Christian martyr

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ben Liz Robert
$3,800 $2,000 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Liz Robert
$6,000 $3,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
LEISURE ACTIVITIES
THE OFFICE OF THE SURGEON GENERAL
MAID FOR TV
ARTISTS & THEIR WORKS
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 13
Used by both sides in the war, a Napoleon was one of these booming pieces of artillery
    $400 11
If you tinker with your car, you're getting under this part the British call a bonnet
    $400 18
After each new Surgeon General is appointed by the President, this government body has to approve him or her
    $400 1
She kept house for Mike Brady & his boys, long before Mike married Carol
    $400 24
1962:
"Group of Five Campbell's Soup Cans"
    $400 2
Melville's great white whale who's the current Vice President of the United States
    DD: $2,400 14
When the war began, N.Y. was the most populous Union state & this was the most populous Confederate one
    $800 12
To "take" one of these means to walk a long distance for pleasure; in slang, it means to go away
    $800 19
The first Surgeon General, known as Supervising Surgeon then, was named in 1871 during this president's term
    $800 3
Florida Evans was Maude Findlay's maid before spinning off to this sitcom
    $800 26
1891:
"Street in Tahiti"
    $800 7
Bill Cosby cartoon character who published a theory of relativity
    $1200 15
On July 4, 1863 Confederate troops formally surrendered this Mississippi River port
    $1200 23
In origami, folding paper down, away from you, is a mountain fold; folding it up toward you is this opposite
    DD: $800 20
The Surgeon General's office is part of this Cabinet department
    $1200 4
Rosario is Karen Walker's feisty housekeeper (who was married briefly to, yes, Jack McFarland!) on this sitcom
    $1200 27
1948:
"Christina's World"
    $1200 8
Mark McGrath's rock group that's a TV sitcom actor whom "Everybody Loves"
    $1600 16
In 1864 & 1865 more than 13,000 Union prisoners died at this infamous prison
    $1600 25
Sailors know this boat stabilizing device seen here is also known as a dagger board
    $1600 21
Before he became Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher was head of the Centers for this
    $1600 5
Played by Marla Gibbs, she was the Jeffersons' wisecracking maid
    $1600 28
1931:
"The Persistence of Memory"
    $1600 9
"Royal" CNN talk show host who's a large edible crustacean
    $2000 17
Cole Younger & Frank James accompanied this Colonel when he raided Lawrence, Kansas in 1863
    $2000 30
6-letter sewing term for a small hole made for a lace, a cord or the prong of a buckle
    $2000 22
The emblem of the Surgeon General bears a white anchor & this traditional symbol of Hermes
    $2000 6
Benson's nemesis was this German maid played by Inga Swenson
    $2000 29
1911:
"I and the Village"
    $2000 10
Moonwalking king of pop music who dripped his way to artistic fame in the 1940s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Liz Robert
$20,000 $9,800 $3,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RENAISSANCE AUTHORS
In the 16th century he wrote, "Whoever wishes to found a state…must start with assuming that all men are bad…"

Final scores:

Ben Liz Robert
$20,000 $6,801 $6,400
5-day champion: $78,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ben Liz Robert
$18,600 $9,800 $3,400
30 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
10 R,
1 W
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $31,800

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