Show #3995 - Friday, January 4, 2002

Mark Lee game 4.

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Kim Tavares, a promotions associate originally from Hamilton, Ohio

Doug Plazak, an attorney from Anaheim Hills, California

Mark Lee, a sales manager originally from Peoria, Illinois (whose 3-day cash winnings total $58,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

FREEDOM FIGHTERS
MUSIC FOR YOUR FISH
ALL THINGS INDONESIAN
STRICTLY BUSINESS
THEATRE CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
TOUGH POTPOURRI
    $200 3
Benito Juarez established land reforms & fought against French rule in this country
    $200 16
"Joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea" is your fish's favorite line in this Three Dog Night song
    $200 8
Indonesia has many of these natural features, including the active one named Mount Anak Krakatau
    $200 14
2001 marked the 100th anniversary of this company that began as the American Safety Razor Company
    $200 21
Title device "sprung" by Agatha Christie (9)
    $200 1
(Cheryl is in the Big Apple, and the clue's text is provided as the tunnel is way too loud.) NYC has been depositing old subway cars in the waters off Delaware to create an artificial one of these
    $400 4
Mario Savio set off the free speech movement when political activities were banned on this U.C. campus in 1964
    $400 17
Your fish would "like to be under the sea in" this, the title of a Beatles tune written & sung by Ringo
    $400 9
(Cheryl wears an interesting garment.) In the 1940s Dorothy Lamour helped popularize a Hollywood version of this Indonesian garment
    $400 15
One of Fortune Magazine's Most Powerful Businesswomen in 2000 was Meg Whitman, CEO of this online auction site
    $400 23
Laura Wingfield had a "Glass" one (9)
    $400 2
It's the specific word for a person between 90 & 100 years old
    $600 5
In 1998 Fred Korematsu was given this highest civilian award for his resistance to being interned during WWII
    $600 18
Your fish has made this request also the title of an Al Green song that's followed by the line "Drop me in the water"
    $600 10
This up to 300-pound critter seen here is found naturally only on a few Indonesian islands
    $600 22
3 of these letters make up the stock symbol for the company that makes scotch tape
    $600 26
"Camelot" sorceress Le Fay (6)
    $600 11
(Sofia is at the San Diego Zoo.) It's the technical name for the breeding, training and use of animals like Jezebel seen here [A bird is shown on gloved arm]
    $800 6
Many consider Justin Dart Jr., who contracted polio as a child, to be the father of this 1990 federal law
    $800 19
This B-52's song says, "There goes a dogfish chased by a catfish... watch out for that piranha!"
    $800 24
The legong kraton is a Hindu ceremonial dance traditionally performed on this Indonesian island
    $800 12
The title of the ballet "All I Need to Know" is a quotation from this poet's "Ode on a Grecian Urn"
    DD: $800 7
This NAACP lawyer won a landmark decision in 1946 overturning segregation in interstate transportation
    $1000 20
It's the "fish"y song heard here:

"So this ain't the end--I saw you again today"
    $1000 25
He was president from the 1940s to the '60s when his autocratic rule led to his forced resignation
    $1000 13
This explorer was the governor of the Louisiana territory when he died mysteriously at a Tennessee inn in 1809

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Mark Doug Kim
$400 $800 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Doug Kim
$2,600 $2,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHEMISTRY
MOVIE TITLE ROLES
3-WORD LITERARY QUOTES
RHINE TIME
YES, SIR!
SOUNDS LIKE AN OBSCURE ROCK BAND
    $400 26
A drop of solution placed on this paper will indicate if the solution is acidic, neutral or basic
    $400 1
"Coal Miner's Daughter" (1980)
    $400 16
"Moby Dick" begins with this 3-word sentence
    $400 11
The Rhine River originates in this mountainous country
    $400 6
Voltaire was one of the first writers to report that a falling apple inspired this man's laws of gravity
    $400 14
1 letter different from a subatomic particle, they're peculiarities or idiosyncrasies
    $800 27
The carbon dioxide molecule contains this many oxygen atoms
    $800 2
"The French Lieutenant's Woman" (1981)
    $800 19
After Julius Caesar is stabbed in the Shakespeare tragedy named for him, he utters this Latin question
    $800 12
The Rhine River forms the western & southern boundary of this region also known as the Schwarzwald
    $800 7
The first Englishman to sail around the world, he later served as mayor of Plymouth
    $800 15
Foreign-language operas may be translated with these "titles", the opposite of what foreign movies have
    $1200 28
This chemical process breaks down organic materials like sugar in grape juice to produce wine
    $1200 3
"The Butcher's Wife" (1991)
    $1200 20
Descartes gave us this 3-word Latin phrase meaning "I think, therefore I am"
    $1200 13
Also an Olympic year, it's the year Hitler remilitarized the Rhineland in defiance of the Treaty of Versailles
    DD: $1,000 8
Thinking less of this statesman than he once did, Henry VIII had him beheaded July 6, 1535
    $1200 17
A culinary specialty, they're the blue type of crustacean, caught just after they molt
    $1600 4
"The Preacher's Wife" (1996)
    $1600 21
It's Hemingway's famous 3-word definition of "guts"
    DD: $1,500 23
The birthplace of Nero's mother, this city on the Rhine is well known for its perfumes
    $1600 9
(Alex: Take a look.) This adventurer pictured here was a favorite of Elizabeth I until he married one of her maids of honor
    $1600 18
It's the "syndrome" from which you suffer if MSG gives you a headache
    $2000 5
"The Bishop's Wife" (1947)
    $2000 22
It's the first sentence in "The Fountainhead"
    $2000 24
Completion of the "new waterway" Rhine Canal in 1872 established this Dutch city as Europe's leading port
    $2000 10
This "Lady of the Lake" poet was once offered the poet laureateship of England, but turned it down
    $2000 25
These flowers add a red or pink splash to your garden; it's also a pejorative term for certain liberals

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Doug Kim
$10,500 $4,200 $3,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY PRESIDENTS
Other than FDR, he's the only Democrat to receive his party's nomination in 3 straight elections

Final scores:

Mark Doug Kim
$9,500 $8,200 $3,800
4-day champion: $67,500 2nd place: Trip to Los Cabos, Mexico 3rd place: Trip to Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Doug Kim
$10,600 $4,400 $4,400
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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