Show #4005 - Friday, January 18, 2002

(Sarah: Hi, I'm Sarah. Today on Jeopardy! the Clue Crew is going to a yard sale. Come on along.)

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James Dew, an animal trainer from Valencia, California

Danielle Yermish, an elementary school teacher from Los Angeles, California

Steve Mandella, an assistant security manager originally from North Huntington, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BRADY BUNCH
U.S. STATES
LITERARY CROSSWORDS CLUES "T"
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
POLITICAL ETYMOLOGY
YARD SALE
    $200 1
Because he was not well enough known, Gene Hackman lost the role of Mike Brady to this actor
    $200 11
It's nicknamed the "Baked Bean State"
    $200 6
Peter Pan's pixie (6, 4)
    $200 16
The name of this legislative body has the same root as the word senile
    $200 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at a yard sale.) What a deal --75 cents for a statue of this enlightened one --good karma is included.
    $400 2
In a little "Monkee" business, Marcia promised she'd get this singer to perform at the prom
    $400 12
Granite Peak is the highest point in this state whose postal abbreviation also stands for "mountain"
    $400 7
The Queen of Hearts made some (5)
    $400 29
U.S. unit of measure equivalent to .9144 meters
    $400 17
This word for the building where legislatures meet comes from the hill in Rome where the Temple of Jupiter stood
    $400 22
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at a yard sale.) No wonder the lunchbox featuring this 1980s Latin band is only 50 cents --no Ricky Martin
    $600 3
A little jealous, this middle daughter bemoaned, "All I ever hear is 'Marcia, Marcia, Marcia'!"
    $600 13
Containing over 75 percent of the U.S. land over 10,000 feet, this is the state with the highest mean elevation
    $600 8
Adjective for Hammett's title "Man" (4)
    $600 26
Circles, thermometers & college grads are marked by the number of these they have
    $600 18
A eulogy of Dolley Madison by President Taylor in 1849 gave us this 2-word term
    $600 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at a yard sale.) Holy cow --an original printing of this document that begins, "When in the course
of human events..." Take 2 bucks?
    $800 4
On "The Personality Kid" episode, Peter in his best Bogart voice, kept mentioning pork chops & this food
    DD: $1,000 14
1965's Freedom March took place entirely within this state
    $800 9
Home to a "Scarlett" woman (4)
    $800 27
If your checkerboard squares are 1 inch square each, they form a standard board with this many square inches
    $800 19
This word comes from the name of a person & the voting district he created that looked like a salamander
    $800 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at a yard sale.) Ooh, 75 cents for a mug made of this alloy
of tin and copper
    $1000 5
In 1999 Barry Williams released a CD, "The Return of" this pop star, his alter ego on the show
    $1000 15
Though its name is from Algonquin for "tribe" of superior men", this state is on Lake Michigan
    $1000 10
"Colorful" novelist Amy (3)
    $1000 28
One weight still used form the old apothecaries' system is this ounce
    $1000 20
This term for an election item comes from the small balls Italian citizens used as a method of voting
    $1000 25
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at a yard sale.) Hey, $3 will get you a framed print of "Starry Night" by this painter

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

Steve Danielle James
$2,400 $3,000 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Danielle James
$7,000 $3,800 $4,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOBBY
PETER
GRIEG
SIN "D"
JAN.
MARTIAN, MARTIAN, MARTIAN
    $400 10
In 2000 a tradition was shaken as bobbies in Nottingham began carrying these
    $400 20
He's the Irish actor seen here in the role that made him a star
    $400 1
In 1867 Edvard Grieg founded the Norwegian Academy of Music in this city, then known as Christiania
    $400 3
In the military it's leaving one's unit; in civilian life, the abandonment of one's spouse or children
    $400 15
Born in Norwich, Connecticut on Jan. 14, 1741 he'd betray his new country 39 years later
    $400 8
Pia Zadora helps this jolly gift giver when he "Conquers the Martians" in a 1964 cult movie classic
    $800 11
Many bobbies work for the Met short for this "police service" originally founded in 1829
    $800 21
He's directed more than 15 films, including "The Last Picture Show" & "Texasville"
    $800 2
In 1970, this actress seen here made her movie debut as Edvard Grieg's wife in "Song of Norway"
    $800 4
It can mean to diabolically possess someone, or to represent him as evil or diabolical
    $800 16
On Jan. 7, 1972 Lewis Powell & this future Chief Justice were sworn in as Supreme Court Justices
    $800 9
From the Greek for "little rod", these organisms kill off the invading martians in "War of the Worlds"
    $1200 12
In 1974 the police force of this second-largest English city was folded into the West Midlands Police
    $1200 22
He won a Supporting Actor Oscar for 1960's "Spartacus" & for 1964's "Topkapi"
    $1200 25
These 2 top British universities awarded Grieg honorary Mus.D. degrees
    DD: $2,000 5
Cattle ranchers unsuccessfully sued Oprah on the grounds that her comments about beef amounted to this
    $1200 17
This Thomas Paine pamphlet was published in Jan. 1776, with over 100,000 copies distributed
    DD: $1,000 13
Because the army wore red
    $1600 23
His roles have included the monster in "Young Frankenstein" & Ray Romano's dad
    $1600 6
Slobodan Milosevic is often described as this, meaning a leader who appeals to emotion & prejudice
    $1600 18
In Jan. 1898 he wrote "J'accuse" & helped win Alfred Dreyfus a new trial
    $2000 14
In 1907, outside the House of Commons, bobbies battled 800 of these female vote-seekers
    $2000 24
After small roles in Europe, he came to international attention in 1931 in Fritz Lang's "M"
    $2000 26
While in Rome, Grieg formed a mutual admiration society with this Hungarian-born composer
    $2000 7
T.S. Eliot created "Macavity...a fiend in feline shape, a monster of"
    $2000 19
These 2 European countries came into existence on Jan. 1, 1993

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Danielle James
$11,000 $3,800 $10,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ELEMENTS
The first known discoverer of an element, Hennig Brand, found this solid in 1669 & had Europe aglow with excitement

Final scores:

Steve Danielle James
$1,599 $3,400 $100
2nd place: [trip unknown] New champion: $3,400 3rd place: [trip unknown]

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Danielle James
$11,000 $3,800 $13,000
18 R,
4 W
9 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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