Show #4007 - Tuesday, January 22, 2002

Contestants

[<< previous game]

Kristin Culkowski, an information technology from Syracuse, New York

Brooks Moore, an emergency medicine resident from Avondale Estates, Georgia

Roger Werries, a computer forensics instructor from Bowie, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,740)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

THAT'S INVENTIVE!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
PAXTON OR PULLMAN?
WORLD FLAGS
LIGHTNING SAFETY
ACRONYMS
    $200 23
(Sofia of the Clue Crew presents.) This device, whose name is from the Italian for "springboard", was perfected in the 1930s
    $200 2
By improving the milling process, the Romans popularized the making of the white variety of this
    $200 14
Bill Pullman played fighter jock-president Thomas Whitmore in this 1996 film
    $200 1
The flag seen here represents this European island-country
    $200 12
A website for this sport advises that if you play through a storm, your great round could be your last round
    $200 6
Mine's 2517--oops!:
PIN
    $400 25
He's the documentary filmmaker who invented the aqualung
    $400 17
Oh, joy! These nuts of the Prunus amygdalus tree have been cultivated since earliest times for food & oil
    $400 15
Bill Paxton portrayed astronaut Fred Haise in this 1995 docudrama
    $400 3
The flag of this Central American nation with both an Atlantic and a Pacific coast is seen here
    $400 13
You're advised to seek a safe location if less than 30 seconds pass between a lightning flash & this
    $400 7
For a home buyer:
ARM
    $600 26
His lesser-known inventions include a vote-recording machine & the mimeograph machine
    $600 20
Named for a pasta, it's one of the most popular winter squashes
    $600 16
After being "Sleepless In Seattle," Pullman stole Sandra Bullock's heart in this 1995 film
    $600 4
Russia borders this northern European nation whose flag is seen here
    $600 24
Lightning victims don't carry a charge; it's safe to use this heart-beat-restoring technique if you know how
    $600 9
Formed in 1942:
WAC
    DD: $2,000 27
(Colby Donaldson of Survivor presents.) This man's invention of wireless telegraphy helped save survivors of the Titanic in 1912
    $800 21
After 3-5 minutes on an open fire, these "monetary" shellfish will open on their own & can be served as appetizers
    $800 18
Paxton has worked with this director on "The Terminator" & "Aliens," among other films
    $800 5
One of the smallest nations in the world, its flag is seen here
    $800 29
Panamax of San Rafael, California introduced this type of "protection" for PCs in 1981
    $800 10
In case of disaster:
FEMA
    $1000 28
This Italian physicist was made a count in 1801 for his invention of the electric battery
    $1000 22
Served chilled, this soup's name comes from the French for "Iced Cream Soup"
    $1000 19
The farce was with Pullman in this 1987 spoof that also featured Barf the Mawg
    $1000 8
It's the West African nation whose flag is seen here
    $1000 30
Based on data gathered from 1959 to 1994, this hurricane-prone state also has the most lightning fatalities
    $1000 11
In your computer:
ROM

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

Roger Brooks Kristin
$5,000 $800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Brooks Kristin
$5,800 $3,800 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY
PARDON MY FRENCH
TV SITCOM THEME SONGS
AFRICAN MAMMALS
GREETINGS
SALYUT STATIONS
    $400 6
A trusty member of this pair's "Corps of Discovery" was York, the slave of one of them
    $400 27
In a diner, a "side of French" is an order of these with your meal
    $400 1
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name"
    $400 16
Although it can weigh up to 8,000 pounds, it's an excellent swimmer & often walks on the bottoms of lakes and rivers
    $400 11
This American greeting came from contracting "How do ye"
    $400 24
Encarta reports the military Salyuts had small unpiloted capsules to return rolls of this to earth
    $800 7
This Treasury Secretary urged force be used on those who protested the tax on whiskey he had imposed in 1791
    $800 26
In the 1680s New York's Staten Island became a refuge for these victims of French Religious oppression
    $800 2
"Love and Marriage"
    $800 17
There are 2 kinds of this wild ox in Africa: Cape & Congo
    $800 12
In Spanish you can say a simple "Hi" with hola, or "Good Day" with this
    $800 25
n her 2nd flight to a Salyut, the Soviets' 2nd woman in space, Svetlana Savitskaya, became the 1st woman to do this in space
    $1200 8
Year in which the writers of the Mayflower Compact set pen to paper
    $1200 22
At the end of this 1759 French work a character remarks, "That is well said... but we must cultivate our garden"
    $1200 3
"Georgia On My Mind"
    $1200 18
(Jeff Probst of "Survivor" presents from Africa) I'm not sure if this giraffe is male or female, known by these two terms
    DD: $2,000 13
It's the German word that's the title of the first song in "Cabaret"
    $1200 30
Equipment from Salyut 7 was salvaged in 1986 to go into this new, later trouble-plagued station
    $1600 9
Patrick Henry's "If This Be Treason" speech was provoked by this 1765 act
    $1600 23
Novels that take place during this war include "Montcalm and Wolfe" & "The Last of the Mohicans"
    $1600 4
"Love Is All Around"
    $1600 19
The primary diet of this "earth pig" is ants & termites, but it will eat an occasional mouse
    $1600 14
Mary Ann Esposito's PBS cooking show is this "Italia"
    DD: $1,000 29
The 96-day stay of a Salyut crew in 1977-78 broke the 84-day record by an American crew on this
    $2000 10
The religious movement that began to sweep through the colonies in the 1730s was called the "great" this
    $2000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents) The French Quarter is also known by this French name, which is also the title of a play by Tennessee Williams
    $2000 5
"As Long As We Got Each Other"
    $2000 21
This type of baboon has distinctive colors: Scarlet nose, blue cheeks, & yellow beard
    $2000 15
You can only use this Japanese "hello" (or "good afternoon") on a person once a day & never on family members
    $2000 28
These spacecraft ferried the Cosmonauts to the station & back

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Brooks Kristin
$7,800 $14,000 $8,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
1 of 2 first ladies buried at Arlington National Cemetery

Final scores:

Roger Brooks Kristin
$15,560 $17,601 $14,800
2nd place: A six-night stay for two at St. Peter Hotel in Austria New champion: $17,601 3rd place: Trip for two to the luxurious La Costa Resort and Spa north of San Diego

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Roger Brooks Kristin
$7,800 $16,600 $8,000
15 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.