Show #4009 - Thursday, January 24, 2002

Contestants

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Allison Standish, a law student from Austin, Texas

Chris Stallings, a science teacher from Carmel, California

Ron White, a network engineer from Cary, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
MOVEMENTS
DISNEY MOVIES
THE QUOTABLE REAGAN
TRILOBITES
"OUCH"!
    $200 6
With 100 inches of snowfall each winter this Alaskan capital is a really cool place to visit
    $200 14
Picasso & Braque seemed to lose all perspective when they began this movement after 1906
    $200 11
This pachyderm classic was supposed to make the cover of Time in December 1941, but Pearl Harbor changed all that
    $200 21
After being shot in 1981, Ronald Reagan quoted Jack Dempsey's "I forgot to" to this
    $200 26
Of 2 inches, 12 inches or 24 inches, the one closest to the size of the largest trilobite fossil ever found
    $200 1
To stoop with the knees bent
    $400 7
Everything's coming up roses at the famous Reinisch Rose Garden in this Kansas capital
    $400 15
The May Fourth Movement was a Chinese student demonstration that took place in this square May 4, 1919; yes, 1919!
    $400 12
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in Central Park.) This 1989 film that took us under the sea
was based on a fairy tale
by Hans Christian Andersen
    $400 22
Reagan quoted this character when he warned Congress "Go ahead, make my day"
    DD: $2,500 30
Of a trilobite's 3 main body parts, the cephalon corresponds to this human part
    $400 2
A habitually irritable person
    $600 8
St. John's Church in this capital city is where Patrick Henry gave his famous "Liberty or Death" speech
    $600 16
Begun after the Civil War, the Granger Movement tried to improve conditions for people in this job
    $600 13
"The Fairest of Them All" was a 1983 television special honoring the re-release of this classic
    $600 23
"There is nothing wrong with" this "that we (Americans) can't fix"
    $600 27
Covered by a tropical ocean 445 million years ago, this state's official fossil is the trilobite, not John Glenn
    $600 3
To give personal assurances or in writing
    $800 9
It's home to Red Earth Inc. & the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
    $800 17
Members of this "movement" have occupied Alcatraz, Wounded Knee & a replica of the Mayflower
    $800 19
Jiminy Cricket! a ride based on this film opened in Tokyo Disneyland a month before one opened in Disneyland
    $800 24
It's the year Reagan asked the famous question, "Are you better off than you were four years ago?"
    $800 28
As they aged, trilobites got rid of their old exoskeletons through this process, from the Latin for "change"
    $800 4
To stand with an excessively relaxed posture
    $1000 10
It lies at the confluence of the Mississippi & Minnesota rivers
    $1000 18
This religious movement praised the spiritual effects of marijuana & inspired Bob Marley
    $1000 20
"The Shaggy Dog" was the first Disney film to star this actor famous for playing a TV dad
    $1000 25
Reagan said this "presidential" band of Americans who fought in the Spanish Civil War was "on the wrong side"
    $1000 29
Cambrian trilobites were among the first of these "jointed foot" creatures to appear
    $1000 5
To word something in certain terms

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Ron Chris Allison
$4,600 $2,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Chris Allison
$7,000 $8,100 -$400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BACK TO THE 1940s
ENTERTAINING IOWANS
11 O'CLOCK LITERARY NEWS
DAYS OF THE YEAR
SCUM OF THE EARTH
"A" PLUS
    $400 14
It's the year of the famous
newspaper headline seen here.
    $400 2
All the king's horses & men were stumped today as to how to rebuild this egg-shaped man injured in a fall
    $400 10
"Paint the Town Day" was part of Albuquerque Mayor Martin Chavez' campaign against this
    $400 1
An imaginary straight line around which an object rotates
    $800 15
Rita Hayworth was married to this man for much of the 1940s & starred in his film "The Lady from Shanghai"
    $800 3
Up next, this title Coleridge man kills a giant bird & his South Pole shipmates pay the price
    $800 21
Camels parade through New York City on the day named for this trio: Melchior, Gaspar & Balthazar
    $800 11
Water softeners replace this bone-enriching element, which forms scum in water, with sodium
    $800 4
A basketball pass received by a player over the basket
    $1200 16
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at U.N. Headquarters) In 1949, this Norwegian
laid the cornerstone
for the current U.N.
Headquarters.
    $1200 8
Transsexual ex-NFLer Roberta Muldoon, from this "World"ly John Irving novel, was found dead after a jog
    DD: $800 22
The day after this holiday is sometimes known as "Green Friday"
    $1200 13
Scum in some types of this salad dressing liquid consists of bacteria that help ferment the alcohol
    $1200 5
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in military uniform.) It's the name of this military maneuver
    $1600 17
War was just around the corner when this nation sank the U.S. destroyer Reuben James near Iceland in Oct. 1941
    $1600 9
Abroad, Londoner Bill Sikes hanged himself after killing his girlfriend Nancy, who had helped this title tot
    $1600 23
In 1871 the fifth Hawaiian king of this name set aside June 11 to honor the first
    $1600 19
Latin for "seaweed", they're believed to be the most immediate relatives of the green land plants
    $1600 6
"It's all" this, if it's all this word meaning connected with education
    DD: $2,000 18
In 1947 this 5-star general was Time Magazine's Man of the Year
    $2000 25
Before his early death,
this man from Davenport,
seen here,
composed the "Davenport Blues."
    $2000 12
Jonathan Swift joins us with this 1729 "editorial" favoring the rich devouring poor Irish kids; oh, the letters we'll get
    $2000 24
To James Joyce fans, June 16 is this day, named for "Ulysses" character Leopold
    $2000 20
Unlike the pop jazz band that borrowed its name, this scum can reproduce asexually
    $2000 7
It's not a baby eagle, it's the plastic or metal tip at the end of a shoelace

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ron Chris Allison
$10,600 $14,100 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD OF SPORTS
Events using this item include maximum time aloft & William Tell, where you knock an apple off your own head

Final scores:

Ron Chris Allison
$0 $6,900 $1,500
3rd place: 6-night stay at Renaissance Hotel in Beverly Hills New champion: $6,900 2nd place: trip to Mazatlan, Mexico & stay at El Cid Resorts

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ron Chris Allison
$10,600 $14,000 $2,800
16 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $27,400

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