Show #4311 - Monday, May 5, 2003

2003 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

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Kathy Cassity, a closed captioner from Honolulu, Hawaii

Ben Tritle, an apartment manager from Los Angeles, California

Brian Weikle, a project manager from Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
I DIRECT
GNOME-ENCLATURE
GEOGRAPHIC QUOTATIONS
HARD CANDY
TV GUIDE CROSSWORD CLUES
(Alex: And if you folks at home want to play along with us, pull out your current edition of TV Guide & you'll find these clues in this week's edition.)
    $200 4
She met the future president at a backyard barbecue in Midland, Texas in 1977
    $200 9
So far, he's directed "Star Wars" episodes I, II & IV
    $200 13
Tomte is a friendly Scandinavian gnome who visits good children on this night
    $200 1
Hitler asked, "Is" this city "burning?" on August 25, 1944, the day it was liberated
    $200 18
Cinnamon Imperials is a generic term for these hard candies; the ones from Ferrara Pan have this "fiery" name
    $200 2
34 Across:
"Presidio ____"
(3)
    $400 8
In December 2002 she turned 90
    $400 10
His 2001 screenplay credit for "A.I." was his first since the '80s
    $400 14
The first cartoon characters associated with a Kellogg's product were these 3 in the early 1930s
    $400 11
These "may crumble, Gibraltar may tumble (they're only made of clay), but -- our love is here to stay"
    $400 27
They're "The Mints That Neutralize Not Mask"
    $400 3
25 Down:
"The ____ Skelton Show"
(3)
    $600 12
Quite the party girl, she's the celebrated first lady seen here
    $600 15
He starred as a highly neurotic film director -- what else? -- in 2002's "Hollywood Ending"
    $600 19
This man gave final approval to the "Project Gnome" Dec. 1961 test detonation of a 3-kiloton nuclear device
    $600 20
The "Aeneid" begins, "I sing of arms and the man who first from" this city "came destined an exile..."
    $600 28
These bite-sized "Rich & Creamy" hard candies from Nestle have a name that means "little bites"
    $600 5
23 Down:
Elisha Cuthbert on "24"
(3)
    DD: $1,000 23
She was 5 foot 2, eyes of blue, & a member of Kentucky's high society
    $800 16
He not only directed "Traffic", he also served as cinematographer using the pseudonym Peter Andrews
    $800 21
Billy Barty played the title role in the 1987 film about this gold-spinning gnome
    $800 25
Psalm 137 says "By the rivers of" this place "we sat down...we wept when we remembered Zion"
    $800 29
This simple hard candy is concentrated sugar syrup that has turned into crystal chunks, often on a stick
    $800 6
23 Across:
"Family Feud" host Richard
(4)
    $1000 24
She graduated from the University of Vermont in 1902
    $1000 17
(Sofia of the Clue Crew at the Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii) At the start of filming, this "Pearl Harbor" director attended a wreath-laying ceremony on the Arizona Memorial
    $1000 22
In Wagner's "Das Rheingold", a power-mad gnome named Alberich steals the gold & forges it into one of these
    $1000 26
In a line providing a John O'Hara title, Death is surprised to see a man in Baghdad when they had an "appointment" here
    $1000 30
This candy brand with a variety of hard candies introduced its "Pick-A-Mix" concept in 1958
    $1000 7
30 Across:
Garry Moore Show
(four words)
(3, 3, 1, 6)

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

Brian Ben Kathy
$1,200 $2,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Ben Kathy
$2,200 $4,800 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LIT
HOLY ROMAN EMPERORS
GENERAL SCIENCE
NUN BUT THE BRAVE
REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLES
BACKWORDS
(Alex: Each clue will contain the correct response, but written in reverse.)
    $400 1
This "Atlas Shrugged" author shrugged off her native Russia in the 1920s & moved to the U.S.
    $400 3
The House of Hapsburg, which ruled from 1440 to 1806, got its name not from just a house, but from one of these
    $400 10
Like our moon, only one side of Titan, this planet's satellite, always faces the planet's surface
    $400 17
In 1952 this nun opened the Nirmal Hriday Home for dying destitutes
    $400 20
The Battle of Cowpens was fought in a cattle-grazing area in the north of this "Palmetto State"
    $400 2
It's a cheese made in Holland
    $800 23
This Chilean continued the story of "Daughter of Fortune" in her novel "Portrait in Sepia"
    $800 4
He was definitely king of the Franks & some historians say he became the first Holy Roman Emperor in 800
    $800 11
This aluminum ore is named for the French village near where it was discovered in 1821
    $800 18
In 1831 Catherine McAuley founded the Sisters of Mercy in this world capital to care for the poor & destitute
    $800 21
The Battle of Bunker Hill was fought in this town, now a part of Boston
    $800 5
We'll have to retool our security so this type of criminal doesn't get in during the next riot
    $1200 25
A beso for you if you know that Manuel Puig's novel "El Beso de la Mujer Arana" has this title in English
    $1200 7
The highest Henry number in the line; 1 more & they would have tied the British record
    $1200 12
These organisms derive their individual species names from the fungal partner, not the algal partner
    DD: $200 19
3-word title of Sister Helen Prejean's powerful account of being a death row counselor
    $1200 22
French troops under the Comte de Rochambeau helped secure victory in this last major battle of the war
    $1200 6
I was avid to hear Myrtle sing after she said she could have made it as this
    $1600 26
If you loved "The Loved One", here's a scoop: you'll like his novel "Scoop", too
    $1600 8
Sigismund tried to resolve this church problem that had 2 or 3 popes serving at one time between 1378 & 1417
    $1600 13
The horizontal rows on the periodic table are periods; vertical columns of related elements are these
    $1600 28
Founded in 1609, the Loretto Nuns use the same "rule" as this male teaching order founded in 1534
    $1600 24
Freeman's Farm & Bemis Heights are also known as the 1st & 2nd battles of this place, a turning point in the war
    $1600 15
"Lilith" actress Jean Seberg was as natural on screen as these birds
    $2000 27
"The Blood Knot" began a series of plays that this South African called his "family trilogy"
    DD: $3,000 9
Deposed in 1400 as German king, Wenceslas ruled from this city that has a statue of 10th century Saint Wenceslas
    $2000 14
Such cave formations as stalactites & stalagmites form when this mineral accumulates
    $2000 29
It's the classic work in which you'll find "The Nun's Priest's Tale"
    $2000 30
Only darkness saved General Washington's troops from complete defeat at this creek near Chadds Ford, Penn.
    $2000 16
A thin layer of tissue on an animal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Ben Kathy
$22,200 $6,400 -$3,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC OCCASIONS
On December 1, 1990 Philippe Cozette & Graham Fagg had a historic handshake here

Final scores:

Brian Ben Kathy
$22,200 $0 -$3,000
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Ben Kathy
$21,400 $6,400 -$2,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
6 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $25,800

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