Show #4091 - Monday, May 20, 2002

Ben Tritle game 3.

(Sofia: Wish us bon voyage! The Jeopardy! Clue Crew is off on a cruise--coming up next.)

Contestants

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Andrew Marshall, a computer specialist from Toronto, Canada

Julie Marcus, a federal appellate attorney from Arlington, Virginia

Ben Tritle, an apartment manager from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $32,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

ON A PRINCESS CRUISE
FAMOUS PAINTINGS
DEAD TV
PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
IOWANS
ENDS IN "UX"
    $200 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is snorkeling in the water.) The word snorkel comes from a Germanic word for this body part
    $200 19
In 1889 he completed his "Self-Portrait With Bandaged Ear And Pipe"
    $200 6
Those who have been whacked on this series include Jackie Jr & Big Pussy
    $200 21
"Gloomy Gus", "Tricky Dick"
    $200 7
Born in Iowa in 1907, he starred in "Rio Lobo", "Rio Bravo" & "Rio Grande"
    $200 1
A cummerbund isn't really necessary when wearing one of these
    $400 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew takes her place as captain of the ship.) It's my turn to take over steering the boat or take the, this
    $400 27
Painted in 1895, "Northeaster" is a well known seascape by this American artist
    $400 15
This '90s horror anthology series was hosted by a talking skeleton
    $400 23
"The Little Magician", "Whiskey Van"
    $400 8
Prior to marrying Roseanne, this man from Ottumwa worked as a ham packer at a Hormel plant
    $400 2
In the French language, it falls between un & trois
    $600 14
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew on a ship.) From up here this 18th century pirate, born Edward Teach is said to have spied on treasure ships
    $600 28
Don't all yell at once, but it's the name of the painting seen here:
    $600 16
"American Beauty" writer Alan Ball created this funeral home-set series for HBO
    $600 24
"A Chicken-Fried McGovern", "The Peanut Politican"
    $600 9
Des Moines' Marilyn Maye sang 76 times, more than anyone else on the talk show of this man born in Corning
    $600 3
These Indians of the northern plains had main divisions, including Santee, Yankton & Lakota
    $800 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew with sharks.) Nurse sharks don't need to keep moving to breathe. They get oxygen by pumping water over these organs
    $800 29
Edouard Manet's "Olympia" was influenced in part by this famous "nudie" painting by Goya
    $800 20
In 1997's "Leaving L.A." this "Boys Don't Cry" star played a technician in the coroner's office
    $800 25
"The American Caesar", "Union Safeguard"
    $800 10
Iowan Meredith Willson wrote this 1957 musical set in River City, Iowa
    DD: $600 4
A mass arrival
    $1000 18
(Sofia of the Clue Crew by trees.) The roots of these saltwater trees serve as a nursery for sharks and barracuda
    $1000 30
Jonathan Buttall, the son of one of Gainsborough's friends, was the model for this famous painting
    $1000 22
Reminiscent of Jack Klugman's "Quincy" is this NBC series with Jill Hennessy as a coroner
    $1000 26
"The Duke of Braintree", "His Rotundity"
    $1000 11
Burlingtonian best remembered for playing TV's Fred Mertz
    $1000 5
In mythology, he & his brother Castor were placed in the sky as the constellation Gemini

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Ben Julie Andrew
$3,400 $1,600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Julie Andrew
$5,800 $1,800 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICAN CAPITALS
CALLING ALL PAULS
BOOKS & AUTHORS
RECENT MUSIC
GO THE DISTANCE
ANIMAL WORDS & PHRASES
    $400 13
About one-third of Argentina's population lives within the metropolitan area of this capital city
    $400 1
Creator of Pee-Wee Herman
    $400 8
A 21st century plague destroys mankind in "The Last Man", an 1826 novel by this "Frankenstein" author
    $400 2
Group that headlined the No Strings Attached tour
    $400 7
From third base to home plate, Rickey Henderson travels this many feet
    $400 22
The Latin "inter canem et lupum" literally "between dog &" this animal, refers to twilight
    $800 20
Contemporary art from around the world is on display at this city's Salvador Allende Museum of Solidarity
    $800 16
Mira's proud papa
    $800 14
This novelist appropriately directed the third installment of "The Exorcist" movies
    $800 3
She released 2 albums in 2000, "Mi Reflejo" & "My Kind of Christmas"
    $800 9
Need to bump up your air miles total? Fly from Rio to this city's Narita airport & claim 11,000
    $800 23
Kids are thrilled to find these tight-collared sweaters named for a shelled animal under the Christmas Tree
    DD: $2,000 21
It's the closest capital to Lake Titicaca
    $1200 19
"Louisiana Kitchen" chef
    $1200 15
This prolific British mystery writer's last published novel was 1976's "Sleeping Murder"
    DD: $3,400 4
Rolling Stone magazine's band of the year for 2000, the cover added 001 to its name
    $1200 10
If you placed all your arteries, veins & these blood vessels end to end, they'd stretch some 60,000 miles
    $1200 24
Take a look: 4-word phrase illustrated here for a treacherous person or a hidden danger
    $1600 29
La Guaira is its Caribbean sea port
    $1600 25
Swiss Artist known for his abstract painting
    $1600 17
In this novel southern governor Willie Stark is gunned down at the capitol by Adam Stanton
    $1600 5
A top video of the year was this group's "Say My Name"
    $1600 11
Shake hands with a 3-mile-long line of women voters or bowling teams & you've gone the distance called this
    $1600 27
Told that his room isn't big enough to do this, a Dickens character says, "I don't want to...I never do"
    $2000 30
Francisco Pizarro founded it in January 1535 & called it Ciudad de Los Reyes, or "city of kings"
    $2000 26
Massachusetts senator (1979 - 1985) & presidential hopeful (1992)
    $2000 18
A 1764 trip to Italy inspired this Englishman to write his epic 6-volume history of Rome
    $2000 6
This group released 25 live CDs from its European tour; in 2001, it added 47 from its U.S. tour
    $2000 12
The Firecracker 10K run in Los Angeles each February celebrates this holiday
    $2000 28
The British call sausages baked in batter this creature "in the hole"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Julie Andrew
$10,800 $7,800 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RULERS
Mikhail Speransky & Aleksey Arakcheyev were advisors to this opponent of Napoleon

Final scores:

Ben Julie Andrew
$5,999 $4,799 $0
3-day champion: $38,600 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ben Julie Andrew
$16,200 $7,800 $4,400
26 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
4 W
6 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,400

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