Show #4008 - Wednesday, January 23, 2002

Contestants

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Ron White, a network engineer from Cary, North Carolina

Marie Corfield, an art teacher from Flemington, New Jersey

Brooks Moore, an emergency medicine resident from Avondale Estates, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATUES
HOW...?
VARIETY HEADLINES
SOUNDS GOOD TO ME
YOU'VE GOT GREAT "LEG"s
TANKS!
    $200 26
A marble hand holding an apple found on the Greek isle of Melos may have belonged to her
    $200 21
For the Pacific 36,201 feet
    $200 16
This computer-animated character stomped the competition as "Jolly Green B.O. Giant"
    $200 11
Hoo ha! It's the low visibility warning device heard here, son
    $200 1
A trademark for popular toy building blocks
    $200 6
Reportedly this British prime minister once termed the English Channel the world's best tank trap
    $400 27
Alton, Illinois has an 8-foot, 11-inch life-size statue of Robert Pershing Wadlow, who once held this record
    $400 22
Get at least 270 votes in the Electoral College
    $400 17
After 3 big weeks we feasted on "Munch Ado..." this Anthony Hopkins film "...Devours for Third Course"
    $400 12
Title of the national anthem heard here
    $400 2
A family of pod-bearing plants
    $400 7
This large U.S. tank bearing the name of a Civil War general was the most widely produced tank of World War II
    DD: $1,200 28
A statue of these 2 fictional characters stands at the foot of Cardiff Hill in Hannibal, Missouri
    $600 23
For this problem, the title of a 1971 Bee Gees song, the band should have seen Dr. Christiaan Barnard
    $600 18
It was "Sudden Death" when this football league started by the WWF & NBC fumbled to end its season
    $600 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at SeaWorld.) A dolphin's clicks are used in echolocation; to identify itself to others it has a signature one of these sounds
    $600 3
An elected body with the power to make, change & repeal laws
    $600 8
In 1942 British forces were pushed from Libya into Egypt by this general's Afrika Korps tank units
    $800 24
Mrs. Browning said to find this out she had to "count the ways"
    $800 19
Dreamworks' "Almost Famous" & this film were "Rock 'n" Romans" when they won Golden Globe Awards
    $800 14
In the wild this African equine heard here can live more than 20 years
    $800 4
A bequest made in a will or something that remains from a previous generation
    $800 9
This country's T-34 tank played a large part in fighting off German invasion in 1941
    $1000 25
Say "Shazam!" & let a bolt of lightning hit you
    $1000 20
This Mel Gibson comedy had a merry Christmas with "Mel's Belles Pinch 'Grinch'"
    $1000 15
The early 20th century Italian heard here, he was one of the first to make phonographic records
    $1000 5
A direction telling a musician to play in a smooth, even manner
    $1000 10
"War As I Knew It" was the memoir of this fierce tank commander who participated in the invasion of Sicily

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

Brooks Marie Ron
$2,200 $1,400 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brooks Marie Ron
$4,000 $0 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ON THE ROAD WITH JEOPARDY!
MUSICAL BOTANY
SPACE EXPLORATION
NOT THE BEATLES
KING LEAR
"B" BOP
    $400 16
Our Big Apple shows came from the theater at this "Garden"
    $400 21
Also the name of a plant, this golden oldie by The Coasters mentons "an ocean of calamine lotion"
    $400 2
In 1986 2 Japanese spacecraft, Suisei & Sakigake, encountered this comet
    $400 9
In 1968 he met his songwriting collaborator Bernie Taupin
    $400 23
Nahum Tate's happy rewrite in which this daughter finds love with Edgar was popular for about 150 years
    $400 1
Pete Seeger, a master of this folk instrument, also wrote a book on how to play it
    $800 17
2000 took us to Atlanta, where staffers quenched their thirst at the attraction called World of this
    $800 22
Tony Orlando & Dawn topped the charts with this song that begins, "I'm comin' home, I've done my time"
    $800 4
Gordon Cooper's 22-orbit mission in May 1963 was the last in the U.S. program with the name of this planet
    $800 10
This pioneering guitar player gave Colleen Summers the stage name Mary Ford
    $800 24
Lear is king of Britain; the other king in the play rules this country
    $800 3
It's the common term
for the type of sports coat
Jimmy's wearing here
    $1200 18
The 1998 College Tournament came from this California city, home of People's Park
    $1200 25
It's the alternate title of the love theme from "A Star is Born"
    $1200 8
( Hi, I'm Jim Reilly of the STS-104 crew
aboard the space shuttle
Atlantis.
) The space station is going to eventually have an acre of these assembled to complete the supply of electrical power to its 6 orbiting laboratories
    $1200 11
This outlaw who made her Oklahoma home a haven for crooks was imprisoned for horse theft in 1883
    DD: $800 28
Lear's line "Ha, ha, ha! is in response to a line from this character
    $1200 5
The Battle of Bunker Hill actually took place on this adjacent hill
    $1600 19
In 1998 "Jeopardy!" shows 3261-3270 came from the capital of this New England commonwealth
    $1600 26
In a 1982 hit Patrice Rushen was sending you these flowers "to help me to remember"
    $1600 14
This Russian woman had no experiences as a pilot prior to being trained as a cosmonaut in 1961
    $1600 12
Serving in the British parliament from 1890 to 1945, he was prime minister during WWI
    $1600 6
On the road to sainthood, this is the process of declaring someone "blessed"
    $2000 20
The International Tournament of 1997 came from this city where Lake Malaren meets the Baltic Sea
    $2000 27
"Just remember in the winter far beneath the bitter snow lies the seed that with the sun's love... becomes" this
    $2000 15
Of NASA's first 5 space shuttles, it was the last to make its debut launch--in 1992
    $2000 13
In the 1971 Peckinpah classic "Straw Dogs" she played Dustin Hoffman's wife
    DD: $2,400 7
Diglot is a synonym for this adjective, which describes a certain ability

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brooks Marie Ron
$5,200 $6,000 $13,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS NAMES
In 1795 he received the first official permit from the King of Spain to produce tequila commercially

Final scores:

Brooks Marie Ron
$5 $10,401 $12,001
3rd place: trip to Florida and stay at The Don DeSar 2nd place: trip to Madrid by Collette Vacations New champion: $12,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brooks Marie Ron
$5,200 $8,000 $15,400
13 R,
2 W
11 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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