Show #4107 - Tuesday, June 11, 2002

Contestants

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Rich Rosenlof, a sales representative from Sacramento, California

Lisa Winston, a baseball writer from Montgomery Village, Maryland

Jon Newlon, a lawyer and father from Dade City, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $27,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THRILLER
BEN
"BLACK" OR "WHITE"
REMEMBER THE TIME
ROCK WITH YOU
EAT IT!
    $200 21
This author's techno-thriller "Rainbow Six" focuses on John Clark, also a hero in "Clear & Present Danger"
    $200 1
Ben Franklin went to London in 1757 to represent this colony's assembly
    $200 13
Name shared by a Sauk chief famous for his war & a U.S. military helicopter
    $200 23
In 1958 this country launched its second 5-year plan, called "The Great Leap Forward"
    $200 3
This Jackson 5 (& later Mariah Carey) hit begins, "You & I must make a pact, we must bring salvation back..."
    $200 8
This Hormel product was once simply known as "spiced ham"
    $400 22
This author made a University of Virginia law professor the protagonist of his 2002 novel "The Summons"
    $400 2
This publication that Ben first put out in 1732 often sold 10,000 copies a year
    $400 14
This "Golden Girl" had her own show in 1958 & 1977 & in 1999 became part of the cast of "Ladies Man"
    $400 24
In 960 Mieczyslaw I became the first ruler of this country
    $400 4
Jakob Dylan, the son of Bob Dylan, is the frontman for this group
    $400 9
It's the Spanish-named appetizer of tortilla chips & often beans, beef & onions topped with melted cheese
    $600 28
You were born to identify this author of "The Bourne Identity"
    $600 18
In 1783 Franklin asked Congress to recall him from this country; he finally made it home in 1785
    $600 15
People have asked why the whole airplane isn't made out of the same material as this "indestructible" device
    $600 25
In 1526 he greeted an Inca nobleman on his ship, but conquest would have to wait a few years until funds were raised
    $600 5
Eric Clapton charted 3 times with this song: in 1971, 1972 & 1992
    $600 10
Paper-thin & often served for dessert, it's the French equivalent of a pancake
    $800 29
"The Numa Files" are paperback spin-offs of this writer's novels featuring Dirk Pitt
    $800 19
Current events of 1751 included the appearance of Ben's scientific work "Experiments and Observations on" this
    $800 16
John Archibald Wheeler coined this term in the '60s for a collapsed star so dense, no light can escape it
    $800 26
In 1998 U.S. cruise missiles hit this African country in response to bombings of U.S. embassies
    $800 6
She's the single-named Colombian pop star heard here
    $800 11
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew gets ready to eat skewered meat.) This Asian favorite, sometimes chicken, sometimes beef, is usually served with a spicy peanut sauce
    $1000 30
"The Attorney" Paul Madriani appears in several legal thrillers by this lawyer-turned-author
    DD: $1,600 20
The Hutchinson Letters scandal got Ben fired as deputy this in 1774
    $1000 17
Famous landmark composed of chalk in the county of Kent in England
    $1000 27
This 1904-1905 war began in Manchuria & ended with the battle of Tsushima Strait
    $1000 7
Quit your yellin' & name this 1995 hit duet for Michael & Janet Jackson, their first together
    $1000 12
Traditionally, shepherd's pie contains this meat, ground or diced

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

Jon Lisa Rich
$3,200 $2,000 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Lisa Rich
$4,000 $4,800 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCOTLAND
BABY BOOMER MEMORIES
SOMETHING'S FISHY
"T"ELEVISION
WORLD RELIGION
SORTA SOUNDS LIKE OPRAH?
    $400 26
About 80,000 Scots still speak the Scottish version of this ancient Celtic language
    $400 11
In 1960 this Democrat spoke first in the first televised U.S. presidential election debate
    $400 6
So as not to confuse it with the mammal, this fish is commonly referred to as mahi-mahi
    $400 1
Running for 5 years, it starred William Shatner as a hard-nosed veteran police officer
    $400 21
In the presence of the Adi Granth, the sacred book of the Sikhs, you cover your head & remove these
    $400 16
Bizet's "Carmen", for example
    $800 27
Ben More, Ben Alder & Ben Macdui are not people but tall ones of these in Scotland
    $800 12
Likely containing a sandwich, the first of these depicting a TV character came along in 1950 with Hopalong Cassidy
    $800 7
The black type of this fish with a woman's name is a striking addition to any aquarium
    $800 2
Reminiscent of "Highway to Heaven", this popular series stars Roma Downey & Della Reese
    $800 22
Sukkot, a Jewish festival, began as a harvest celebration & was a model for this centuries-old American holiday
    $800 17
Phrase that precedes "dope" in Ali's famed boxing strategy
    $1200 28
Defeated at Dunsinane by Malcolm in 1054, he wasn't dethroned until killed by Malcolm in 1057
    $1200 13
The John Birch Society coined the term comsymp, short for this
    DD: $3,000 8
Less than half an inch long, this tiniest fish is found in the Indian Ocean, not in an Asian desert
    $1200 3
This offbeat series on E! provides a daily recap of funny chat show highlights
    $1200 23
As they were partial to using hymns, these brothers, Charles & John, were the first rhythm Methodists
    $1200 18
In an Irish battle cry, these 2 words follow "Erin"
    $1600 29
The Church of Scotland, the country's national church, is a branch of this Christian denomination
    $1600 14
In a heartbreaking scene, Travis has to kill his beloved dog in this 1957 film based on a Fred Gipson book
    $1600 9
Until one was caught in 1938, it was thought that this fish had been extinct for more than 70 million years
    $1600 4
He's the large & goofy title TV superhero seen here


"Probably that one.
The balcony..."
    $1600 24
Meaning "sign of God", it's the title of a Shi'ite Muslim scholar & leader
    $1600 19
(Jeff Probst reports from the Marquesas.) One of Nuku Hiva's main exports is this--dried coconut meat
    DD: $2,000 30
Hundreds of years old, the de facto national flag features this saint's cross
    $2000 15
In 1967 this 21-year-old started Rolling Stone magazine
    $2000 10
It springs to mind that there's a Florida city named for this game fish seen here
    $2000 5
Co-hosted by John Davidson, it was ABC's response to NBC's "Real People"
    $2000 25
Made up of 1,028 hymns in 10 books, it's the oldest of the Vedas in Hinduism
    $2000 20
In 2001 this author of "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success" published "The
Deeper Wound"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Lisa Rich
$3,200 $18,400 $21,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC PHRASES
This common term originated in the early 1500s with the book "De Rebus Oceanicis et Novo Orbe"

Final scores:

Jon Lisa Rich
$0 $24,400 $37,400
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $37,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jon Lisa Rich
$3,200 $18,400 $19,000
11 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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