Show #4002 - Tuesday, January 15, 2002

Contestants

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Tammie Taylor, a college professor and antique dealer from Houston, Texas

Jason Zaborski, a defense policy analyst from Arlington, Virginia

Nanette Wargo, a graduate student from Sauk Village, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,430)

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Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY TITLE PAIRS
OSCAR ODDITIES
BATTLES
MR. EDS
WATER WORLD
"S"-ENCE
    $200 1
1881: "...and the Pauper"
    $200 12
A year after getting an honorary Oscar, he won his first acting Oscar for "The Color of Money"
    $200 4
Antietam, Atlanta & Chickamauga were battles during this war
    $200 16
He was a sportswriter & gossip columnist before hosting his famous Sunday night variety show
    $200 15
Chew on this: When a crocodile loses one of these another is there to take its place
    $200 5
Unlike a "call", this bird communication is a series of sounds in a fairly definitive pattern
    $400 2
1960: "...and Ham"
    DD: $1,000 13
She won Best Actress Oscars in the 1930s, 1960s & 1980s
    $400 25
This country's revolution was fought, among other places, at Valmy & Wattignies
    $400 17
"The Senator Must Die" is one of several mystery novels by this former New York City mayor
    $400 18
Usually gray or black when grown, a manatee starts off a calf of this color--even if it's a boy
    $400 8
It's a periodic mailer from your financial institution or a personal account of facts in a criminal case
    $600 3
1961: "...and the Ecstasy"
    $600 14
At the 1980 show, this Supporting Actress winner for "Kramer vs. Kramer" left her statuette in the ladies' room
    $600 28
The Battles of San Juan & Santiago were featured in this late 19th century war
    $600 22
And in other news, 2001 marked this co-editor's 20th year with "60 Minutes"
    $600 19
Bill the Sailor knows these use a cypris cement to glue themselves to sailing ships
    $600 9
During building construction it's the worker who prepares the large pieces of marble
    $800 6
1953: "...and Sympathy"
    $800 26
This 1969 Jon Voight film is the only X-rated movie to win Best Picture, although today it would be rated R
    $800 29
Tewksbury & St. Albans were picked as battle sites in this floral series
    $800 23
He was out of this world as John Glenn in "The Right Stuff" & as Gene Kranz in "Apollo 13"
    $800 20
Under the "they only come out at night" category is the conger species of this
    $800 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at Marshall Gold Discovery Park.) I'm in a replica of this type of structure, owned by John Sutter and made famous by the California gold rush.
    $1000 7
1961: "...and Zooey"
    $1000 27
She was in almost every frame of "Paper Moon", but was nominated & won for Best Supporting Actress
    $1000 30
The Battles of Missolonghi & Navarino helped win this country its independence from Turkey
    $1000 24
A crew member on Gemini IV, he was the first American astronaut to walk in space
    $1000 21
The Pacific species of this ray has a 20-foot "wingspan" & weighs some 3,000 pounds
    $1000 11
Fishermen know the record weight for this variety of bass is 10 pounds 14 ounces

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

Nanette Jason Tammie
$2,200 -$200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nanette Jason Tammie
$6,000 $3,200 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SAME BIRTHDAY AS DR. KING
ALPHABET SOUP
ELECTION 2001
BANK ON IT
(Alex: We'll give you a stock symbol; you have to name the bank it represents.)
"C" SEA
SEÑOR
    $400 11
Lee Teng-hui, born on this island in 1923, became the island's first native born president
    $400 13
For a car driver, it's a complete 180 degree reversal of direction
    $400 6
In 2001 this capital city was "gay" indeed as out-of-the-closet Betrand Delanoe became its mayor
    $400 24
The patriotic BAC
    $400 1
This arm of the Atlantic Ocean is bounded on the south by Panama & South America & on the west by Central America
    $400 14
This early TV star & producer was born on March 2, 1917 in Santiago, Cuba
    $800 12
Born in 1918, he's the late
head of state seen here
    $800 22
This steak is a cut from the short loin
    $800 7
James Hahn beat Antonio Villaraigosa, who was trying to become this city's first Latino mayor since 1872
    $800 25
Stupid answer: ONE
    $800 2
The Russian name for this body of water is Kaspiyskoye More
    $800 15
This artist's father was an instructor at the School of Fine Arts in Malaga in the late 1870s
    $1200 19
Philip Livingston of New York, born in 1716, is best remembered for doing this at age 60
    $1200 23
This vowel is the only letter that stands alone on the back of the U.S. $1 bill
    $1200 8
Fishmonger's son Alejandro Toledo was elected to succeed Fujimori as this country's president
    $1200 28
WFC, based in San Francisco
    $1200 3
The Taiwan Strait connects this sea's East & South parts
    $1200 16
This Spanish tenor's name means "quiet Sunday" in English
    $1600 20
Born Jan. 15, 1909, he's the musician played by Sal Mineo in the following
    DD: $3,000 26
[VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE] (Cheryl of the Clue Crew in New York City.) Like the Duke Ellington song, this is one way to get to Harlem
    $1600 9
In a setback for religious conservatives, this Iranian president won a second term
    $1600 29
This "group" gets a C
    $1600 4
The Gulf of California was originally named this, for a certain Spanish conqueror
    $1600 17
He was the U.N. Secretary-General from 1982 to 1991
    $2000 21
Pierre of this Delaware family led the family business during its WWI gunpowder boom
    $2000 27
3-letter abbreviation for the "authorized" Bible of 1611
    $2000 10
In this Southesat Asian nation, Chiang Mai-born Thaksin Shinawatra ousted Premier Leekpai
    $2000 30
Named for a tycoon: JPM
    DD: $1,400 5
An arm of the Pacific Ocean, it lies mostly between the 10th & 20th sourthern parallels
    $2000 18
Before becoming president of the IOC in 1980, he was Spain's ambassador to the USSR in the last 1970s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nanette Jason Tammie
$13,000 $23,000 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
Marie von Goethem, a student of the Ballet de l'Opera, was the model for his most famous sculpture

Final scores:

Nanette Jason Tammie
$23,000 $19,999 $8,800
2-day champion: $38,430 2nd place: trip to Jamaica and stay at Beaches Ochos Rios 3rd place: trip to Rancho Mirage, California & stay at Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas Resort & Country Club

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nanette Jason Tammie
$12,600 $23,600 $4,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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