Show #4103 - Wednesday, June 5, 2002

Contestants

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Mary Beth Shetz, a property custodian from Houston, Texas

Amy Kobrzynski, a high school history teacher from Bridgeport, Pennsylvania

Rich Hastings, a gardener from Fayetteville, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE GUYS
HUMPTY DUMPTY
2-LETTER WORDS
CELEBRITY WEDDINGS
FLY ME
"B" THERE
    $200 21
He's the "Science Guy" seen here
    $200 16
Humpty Dumpty's perch
    $200 6
"Ut" used to be used for the first or keynote of the musical scale; this has replaced it
    $200 11
This diva looked far from "Puffy" when she danced off with choreographer Cris Judd in 2001
    $200 26
This automaker had tri-motor monoplanes going down his assembly line
    $200 1
Ocean City, Maryland is a favorite summer destination for the 650,000 people of this city
    $400 22
In 1888 this French bacteriologist founded an institute in Paris to continue his rabies research
    $400 17
After Humpty's fall, they tried to put him together again
    $400 7
In TV show titles this name has stood alone & followed "Mister"
    $400 12
This sitcom star had the "Will & Grace" to marry Daniel Zelman
    DD: $1,800 27
C.G. Taylor's partner, any good "cub" reporter knows him
    $400 2
The Canadian Football League's Lions play in Vancouver but represent this entire province
    $600 23
He formulated universal laws of gravitation & motion & was the first scientist buried at Westminster Abbey
    $600 18
"Cornflake Girl" who wrote a song in which "Humpty Dumpty and Betty Louise... stole a Sony and some Camembert cheese"
    $600 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew plays a board game with Sarah.) I'm trouncing Sarah in this classic Japanese game
    $600 13
In Nov. 2001 it was one wedding & no funeral for this actress who wed her former high school pal Rhett Hartzog
    $600 28
Actress Olivia knows this co.'s D.H.88 Comet, a monoplane racer, made its debut in 1934 & only 5 were ever made
    $600 3
It's the country immediately due south of Guyana
    $800 24
Astronomer William Herschel wanted to call the seventh planet Georgium Sidus, or Georges Star
    $800 19
This comedian played Humpty Dumpty in the 1933 Paramount film "Alice in Wonderland"
    $800 9
The Random House Dictionary gives one definition of it as "at bat"
    $800 14
Brooke Shields was the maid of honor when this "Suddenly Susan" co-star seen here got married in 2001
    $800 29
This Donald was known for his DC, not Duck, line of commercial planes
    $800 4
On Oct. 12, 1492 Columbus reached these islands; he marveled at the colorful fish
    $1000 25
This Italian-born physicist first split the atom in 1934, although he didn't know it for 4 more years
    $1000 20
Alice had some of the unusual words in this Lewis Carroll poem explained to her by Humpty
    $1000 10
Creature of the bovine ilk that the Chinese use to symbolize a year
    $1000 15
In 2000 this director tied the knot with Suzy Amis, who played Gloria Stuart's granddaughter in his film "Titanic"
    $1000 30
His name rings true as the man whose company built copters & the X-1, the first aircraft to break the sound barrier
    $1000 5
As its name suggests, this section of the Alps was once controlled by the capital of Switzerland

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

Rich Amy Mary Beth
$400 $3,200 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Amy Mary Beth
$6,200 $1,200 -$600

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
SOUPS OF THE WORLD
(Alex: We'll give you the soup. You identify its country of origin.)
STEPHEN KING
THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW
MUSIC MAKERS
MNEMONICS
    $400 1
He built his revolver business using money from his traveling laughing-gas demonstration
    $400 26
Egg drop
    $400 6
The title character in this 1981 classic is a rabid Saint Bernard
    $400 21
Consumers use chapter 7 or 13 of this code, a federal statute; businesses restructure under chapter 11
    $400 11
This Grateful Dead leader was named after "Show Boat" composer Jerome Kern
    $400 16
It's the familiar rule, in rhyme, useful in spelling "chief" & "receive"
    $800 2
The son & same-named great-grandson of this man, "the Falstaff of Congress", were both U.S. presidents
    $800 30
Menudo
    $800 7
In a 2002 TV miniseries horrifying secrets are revealed in a haunted mansion known by this colorful name
    $800 22
(Judge Hatchett delivers the clue.) Your neighbor's bad cooking odors may not be classified as one of these, but his annoying wind chimes may
    $800 12
The writer of "Once In Love With" her was married twice (one of them had to be the evil of 2 Loessers)
    $800 17
The Passover haggadah has a mnemonic to remember these, which the Egyptians would rather forget
    $1200 3
Nehemiah Ordway, governor of this territory, wanted it to become one big state, not a north & a south one
    $1200 29
Ribollita
    $1200 8
Anthony Hopkins is a mysterious boarder who befriends a young boy in this 2001 film adapted from a King book
    $1200 23
This order allows a worker's wages to be withheld & paid to a third party to whom a debt is owed, as for child support
    $1200 13
A song by Joe Henry, heard here, became a hit recording by this sister-in-law of his

"Don't tell me to stop /
Tell the rain not to drop /
Tell the wind not to blow..."
    $1200 18
Completes the mnemonic used when working with screws or valves, "Righty tighty..."
    $1600 4
Samuel Gompers, a main founder of this "American" workers' group, was born in England
    $1600 28
Gazpacho
    $1600 9
"Coffey's Hands" was the third installment of this novel that was published in serial form in 1996
    DD: $8,000 24
Mother of mercy! Is this 1970 federal law the end of us wiseguys?
    $1600 14
He wrote "My Life", "Big Shot" & the piano works on the recent album "Op. 1-10 Fantasies & Delusions"
    DD: $4,000 19
In biology's "King Philip came over from Germany Saturday", K & P are kingdom & phylum; G & S are these
    $2000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Minuteman National Historic Park.) One of the two men who accompanied Paul Revere on his historic ride to warn Concord on the eve of the battle
    $2000 27
Ozoni
    $2000 10
"Needful Things" was King's last story set in this fictional town, also the name of an entertainment company
    $2000 25
(Hi. I'm Catherine Crier.) In law, this French phrase means an unexpected event that may excuse a party from a contract
    $2000 15
CS&N's hit "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" was written by Stephen Stills for this singer, his girlfriend
    $2000 20
The fates of this group go "Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Amy Mary Beth
$25,400 $7,600 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
Among countries entirely within Europe, this nation has the highest percentage of Muslims

Final scores:

Rich Amy Mary Beth
$35,400 $5,199 $2,399
2-day champion: $59,800 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rich Amy Mary Beth
$16,600 $9,400 $5,000
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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