Show #4315 - Friday, May 9, 2003

2003 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.

(Donny Osmond: Today the Jeopardy Clue Crew invades another game show. Can you guess which one?)

Contestants

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Kyle Hale, a college student from Katy, Texas

Alan Bailey, a playwright and director from Sherman Oaks, California

Eric Floyd, a college student from Calhoun, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

MOTHER'S DAY
(Alex: Coming up this Sunday.)
TV
MAGAZINES
DISCOVERIES & INVENTIONS
POTENT POTABLES
PYRAMID OF JEOPARDY!
(Donny Osmond: Your time will begin when a Jeopardy! contestant picks this category:)
    $200 18
Her mother Mary Wollstonecraft was also an accomplished author
    $200 16
It's funeral home sweet home for the Fishers on this HBO series
    $200 26
For many years cover girl Macpherson graced the pages of this magazine which shares her name
    $200 8
In the 1880's these recent inventions sometimes bore signs saying, "Do not attempt to light with a match"
    $200 1
It's the potent potable in a traditional mint julep
    $200 6
(Sofia of the Clue Crew gives all the clues in this category, while Jimmy receives.)
I.M. Pei,
Maya Lin,
Le Corbusier
    $400 19
Minnie Schoenberg was mom to these famous boys & even performed with them for awhile
    $400 17
The title mom & daughter of this WB show live in the idyllic Connecticut town of Stars Hollow
    $400 27
Called BHG for short, it's big on accents, accessories & landscaping
    $400 12
In 1900 only about 1 U.S. home in 13 had this device granted patent No. 174,465 24 years earlier
    $400 2
Mumm is the word & it's also a brand of this that's been around since 1827
    $400 7
Overcooked meals,
feminist bras,
"the midnight oil"
    $600 20
Though she bore Henry VIII 6 children, only 1, Mary I, survived infancy
    $600 23
Richard Moll was a regular as Bull the bald bailiff on this '80s show
    $600 28
American Turf Monthly has been following & promoting this sport since 1946
    $600 13
George Clemens prevented untold chafing when he invented this device found in restaurant bathrooms
    $600 3
"It's another" one of these orange juice cocktails that's mentioned in the title of an Eagles hit
    $600 9
Jason Sehorn,
Goliath,
Neil Armstrong's "leap"
    $800 21
In the Bible there was a heck of a generation gap between her & her son Isaac; she was 91 when she bore him
    $800 24
He plays Monk, the obsessive compulsive detective
    $800 29
"Natural Healing", "Food & Nutrition" & "Fitness" are regular features of this leading health magazine founded in 1950
    DD: $1,000 14
Robert Watson-Watt's development of this use for radio waves in 1935 helped win the Battle of Britain
    $800 4
At Trafalgar Horatio Nelson's body was preserved in a cask of this, probably not the Napoleon kind
    $800 10
A well,
a jack-in-the-box,
a hurdy-gurdy
    $1000 22
In mythology her daughter Persephone was carried off by Hades
    $1000 25
This TV angel was born in Derry City, Northern Ireland
    $1000 30
It's Johnson Publishing Co.'s pocket-size weekly with an African-American perspective
    $1000 15
A British inventor gave his name tot his type of road surface that spread across Europe in the 19th century
    $1000 5
This premium hazelnut liqueur from Italy is made from a 300-year-old recipe
    $1000 11
Muscles,
baby food,
relations

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

Eric Alan Kyle
$1,000 $3,200 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Alan Kyle
$2,600 $6,600 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY NOVELISTS
FROM MOVIE TO MUSICAL
RECONSTRUCTION
FAMILY MATTERS
ON THE "MA"P
LOCUTION, LOCUTION, LOCUTION
    $400 6
It wasn't "The Plague" that killed this French author but, sadly, a 1960 car accident
    $400 9
This musical based on a 1933 film is currently tapping away on the NYC thoroughfare of the same name
    $400 19
Ironically, President Johnson opposed the 14th Amendment but this state was the first former Confederate state to pass it
    $400 26
This type of multiple birth occurs about once every 7,700 births
    $400 1
The French national anthem was named for its popularity with volunteer army units from this seaport
    $400 16
This term for a fake comes from someone who has only 4 cards of the same suit in poker
    $800 7
His "Siddhartha" was inspired by a trip he made to Asia in 1911
    $800 10
Tony Curtis took the Joe E. Brown role, not the Tony Curtis part, in a new musical based on this Billy Wilder film
    $800 20
Andrew Johnson's impeachment was a result of his attempt to fire this Secretary of War
    $800 27
Jimmy Carter became one of these Aug. 7, 1975 & signed a bill creating a day for them in 1978
    $800 2
A plaid fabric is made from this Indian seaport
    $800 17
To be extremely nervous or agitated is to be like this title of a Tennessee Williams play
    DD: $1,500 8
A tower at Sandycove, in County Dublin, houses a museum honoring this author
    $1200 11
You could say John C. Reilly butchered the role in the 2002 musical based on this Ernest Borgnine film
    $1200 21
Created in 1866 it's name evolved from the Greek word for "circle"
    $1200 28
In birth order these, like Bill Gates & Catherine Zeta-Jones, are noted for their independence
    $1200 3
The 4 largest islands of Spain's Balearic Group are Ibiza, Minorca, Formentera & this one
    $1200 18
Meaning the whole of something, this phrase comes from the 3 main parts of a gun
    $1600 14
Published in 1969, "Setting Free the Bears" was the first novel by this author
    $1600 12
It had to happen: this 1962 classic in which Bette Davis tormented Joan Crawford became a musical in 2002
    $1600 22
Reconstruction ended when this President removed the last of the Federal troops from Louisiana on April 24, 1877
    $1600 29
"Of unknown origin" is Debra Levi Holtz' memoir of her search for Helen Dunne, this woman
    $1600 4
(Hi. I'm Jeff Probst.) Off Thailand's southwest coast Tarutao National Park is in this strait, leading out to the Indian Ocean
    DD: $1,000 24
To do this is to make an irrevocable decision, like the action that touched off the Roman Civil War
    $2000 15
Lula Carson Smith was the original name of this "Reflections in a Golden Eye" author
    $2000 13
"Illya Darling" was based on this foreign film about a woman who worked only Monday through Saturday
    $2000 23
This bureau, among others, built over 4,000 schools for African-Americans, including Howard University
    $2000 30
4-word phrase for your relationship to your father's brother's son's daughter
    $2000 5
(Alex gives the clue from Africa.) An early morning balloon ride for all of us here in Kenya has taken us along this very important river
    $2000 25
An old Scottish prayer ask for deliverance from ghoulies, ghosties, long-leggedy beasties & these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Alan Kyle
$9,000 $20,400 $5,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
Emperor Constantine commissioned several of these buildings, named from the Greek for "royal house"

Final scores:

Eric Alan Kyle
$0 $20,400 $0
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Alan Kyle
$9,000 $21,000 $4,800
10 R,
0 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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