Show #4110 - Friday, June 14, 2002

Contestants

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Brian O'Riordan, an audio/visual manager from San Diego, California

Marisa Griffin, an agricultural researcher from Griffin, Georgia

Rich Rosenlof, a sales representative from Sacramento, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $80,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
EARTH, WIND OR FIRE
STAR TREK 101
A & _
SCUBA DOOBY DOO
WHERE ARE YOU?
    $200 1
The so-called "Noble Experiment" in the 1920s, an amendment brought it about
    $200 12
If you're practical & realistic, you're "down-to-" this
    $200 2
These hand weapons used by an Enterprise crew can be set from stun to disrupt
    $200 10
The first frosty mug of the root beer now sold under this name was bought in California in 1919
    $200 24
To keep warm, divers wear these close-fitting coveralls made from a foam rubber-like material
    $200 14
Touching down at Indira Gandhi International Airport in this country
    $400 3
In the 1992 presidential election this Independent garnered over 18% of the vote
    $400 13
Vulcan was the Roman god of this
    $400 5
(Hi, I'm Roxann Dawson.) As chief engineer, B'Elanna Torres is in charge of this drive that mixes matter & antimatter
    $400 19
"Jeopardy!" would fall under this game show format, the reverse of normal
    $400 25
Appropriately, it's what the "u" stands for in the acronym SCUBA
    $400 15
In this body of water, trying to reenact Gertrude Ederle's historic swim of 1926
    $600 4
In 1955 the Montgomery bus boycott split people apart & these 2 major labor groups merged
    $600 20
Harry Bertoia's "Sound Sculptures" are activiated by this
    $600 6
Majel Barrett, the computer voice you hear in the TV shows & films, is the widow of this creator of "Star Trek"
    $600 23
The online Biography.com is a service of this cable channel
    $600 28
Around 100 A.D., hollow reeds may have been used as the first of these short breathing tubes
    $600 16
At this Amsterdam museum admiring Rembrandt's "The Night Watch"
    $800 9
This commodore said Manila & the Philippines were "terra incognita" when he sailed there in 1898
    $800 21
For a lightning rod to work properly it must be connected to this
    $800 7
(Hi I'm Robert Duncan McNeill.) Tom Paris' father is an admiral in this arm of the Federation
    $800 26
Lyle Lovett is a grad of this Texas university
    $800 29
Operating on demand, this device controls the amount of air a diver receives from his tank
    $800 17
In Rome about to toss some coins here
    DD: $1,000 11
In 1854 antislavery Whigs, Democrats & Free-Soilers joined others to form this new party
    $1000 22
Get a second one & you'll have more energy to run
    $1000 8
(Hello, I'm Armin Shimerman.) A knowledgeable Ferengi knows there are 285 rules of this, the 1st one being "Once you have their money never give it back"
    $1000 27
This supermarket chain began back in 1859 as a bulk tea merchandiser
    $1000 30
Known as a b.c., an important piece of scuba equipment is a "compensator" for this
    $1000 18
In France scaling the highest peak of this highest mountain in the alps

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Rich Marisa Brian
-$200 $400 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Marisa Brian
$5,000 $2,200 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHO'S A SAINT?
STATUARY HALL
(Alex: Name the state represented by the person whose statue I will name.)
THE 1960s
FILMED IN ASIA
LAB EQUIPMENT
CROSSWORD CLUES "P"
    $400 9
This legendary saint is usually depicted giving a young Jesus a piggyback ride
    $400 10
Robert E. Lee
    $400 4
On March 26, 1962 this poet celebrated his 88th birthday at the White House, where he got a special medal
    $400 18
Thailand stood in for Vietnam in this Michael Cimino classic that taught us not to play Russian Roulette
    $400 1
Types of this magnifying device include compound, electron & bullet comparison
    $400 23
The Who's "Wizard" (7)
    $800 17
Saint Maximus shared this nickname with England's King Edward who died in 1066
    $800 11
Samuel Adams
    $800 5
If you include the World Series, he actually hit a total of 62 home runs in 1961
    $800 19
Hi, I'm Jodie Foster: This 1999 film in which I played a governess was filmed in Malaysia, sometimes in 120-degree heat
    $800 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew shows a device.) Technically a scale is just one of the trays or pans; the entire scientific item has this name
    $800 24
scaly skin disease (9)
    $1200 28
Hats off to Ambrose, patron saint of this major Italian city
    $1200 12
Jefferson Davis
    $1200 6
After a harrowing ride on Gemini 8 in 1966, he got back in the saddle for Apollo 11
    $1200 20
Much of this Mel Gibson movie set in strife-torn Indonesia was actually filmed in the Philippines
    $1200 3
Consisting of a vessel for vaporizing liquid & a coil for condensing vapor, it's associated with moonshining
    $1200 25
Dickensian "Papers" (8)
    DD: $1,400 29
This founder of the Friars Preachers lent his name to a Caribbean republic
    DD: $2,000 13
Henry Clay
    $1600 7
The Vatican loaned this Michelangelo work to the 1964 New York World's Fair
    $1600 21
William Holden goes to Hong Kong & falls for Eurasian doctor Jennifer Jones in this "Love"ly romance
    $1600 15
(Cheryl) This portable lab accessory bears the name of a German chemist who made it popular
    $1600 26
Schopenhauer's specialty (10)
    $2000 30
Saint Basil was famous for these collections of tales about creature like the griffin
    $2000 14
Daniel Webster
    $2000 8
How smart were those on this intelligence ship to allow it to be captured by the North Koreans January 23, 1968
    $2000 22
William Holden goes to Hong Kong & falls for "World"ly prostitute Nancy Kwan in this 1960 drama
    $2000 16
A stalagmometer, a tube with a bulb in it, determines surface this in liquids
    $2000 27
Precedes Noel & follows Dumas (4)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rich Marisa Brian
$7,800 -$3,800 $11,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
His name was immortalized in 1936; he holds the record for head coaching at the most Division I or major schools -- 8

Final scores:

Rich Marisa Brian
$3,800 -$3,800 $18,000
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $18,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rich Marisa Brian
$10,800 -$3,800 $12,400
17 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
8 R,
5 W
22 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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