Show #3851 - Monday, May 7, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.

Contestants

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Jonathan Reinstein, a senior from Dix Hills, New York

Misti Coronel, a senior from Pottstown, Pennsylvania

Graham Gilmer, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

PROPS
I REPRESENT
(Alex: We want you to name the state represented.)
MY PEPYS
OLD SCHOOL
RECOGNIZE MY GAME
HIP HOP NATION
    $100 21
Disney sold everything from Cruella's ancestral painting to the dogs' pull-toy in this fur-ocious sequel
    $100 1
Sen. John McCain
    $100 26
Celebrated for his diary, Samuel Pepys was born on Feb. 23, 1633 in this world capital
    $100 11
Japan's first modern university was the university of this city, established in 1877
    $100 6
5-iron,
flagstick,
electric cart,
scorecard
    $100 16
Aesop could tell you this insect was hopping & singing instead of "toiling & moiling" like those workaholic ants
    $200 22
A hungry fan scarfed down Lucy Liu's "Fighting Muffins" from this film
    $200 2
Rep. Mary Bono
    $200 27
Appropriately, Pepys began his diary on this date in 1660
    $200 12
This college, the oldest in the U.S., was founded in 1636 as Newtowne College
    $200 7
Paddles,
ball,
net,
a table
    $200 17
Unlike frogs, these animals don't jump far, they make short hops & even walk
    $300 23
This villain's chariot was sold for over $7,000 at the Auction Powers website
    $300 3
Rep. Dick Armey
    $300 28
Samuel Pepys attended Magdalene College at this university
    $300 13
This Missouri city on the Mississippi has the oldest college west of the Mississippi
    $300 8
A mallet,
the ball,
boots,
horses
    $300 18
The mudskipper, seen here, climbs trees & hops on land, but it's actually one of these
    $400 24
Fox Auctions isn't saying if it's Patrick Stewart's or Ian McKellen's coffee cup from this film
    $400 4
Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell
    DD: $500 29
In 1667 Pepys wrote about the panic caused by the appearance of the Dutch fleet in the Medway & this river
    $400 14
The oldest existing university is Karueein at Fez, founded in 859 A.D. in this north African country
    $400 9
A mallet,
balls,
wickets,
stakes
    $400 19
Unlike the kangaroo, this close relative can be brightly colored & as small as a rabbit
    $500 25
Beefy, a prop bulldog, includes its rubber spiked collar from this Adam Sandler film
    $500 5
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.
    $500 30
On June 15, 1665 Pepys noted that during the week 112 had died from this event, also called the Black Death
    $500 15
Founded in 1411, Scotland's oldest university was named after this apostle, Scotland's patron saint
    $500 10
A service line,
an attack line,
a net,
a ball
    $500 20
The gerboa & the kangaroo this, seen here, share identical traits, but have very different ancestors

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

Graham Misti Jonathan
$1,500 -$800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Graham Misti Jonathan
$3,200 $700 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1800s
10-LETTER WORDS
DA BOMB
LET'S GO PARK
RELIGIOUS WORKS
THE END
(Alex: We will give you the ending of a film, you identify the motion picture for us.)
    $200 6
Joseph Lister used carbolic acid to do this to his surgical instruments, a medical first
    $200 1
David Letterman was a real letterman, belonging to Sigma Chi, one of these organizations
    $200 26
This branch of the military was put in charge of the Manhattan Project
    $200 11
Established in 1885, Niagara Reservation at Prospect Point in this state is the USA's oldest state park
    $200 16
In the 1600s Pedro Calderon's "Autos Sacramentales" dramatized the beliefs of this Christian church
    $200 21
Woody, Bullseye & Jesse make it to Andy's room with Buzz' help
    $400 7
This over 900-foot landmark was designed for the 1889 Exposition in Paris
    $400 2
To pass off someone else's writing as your own
    $400 27
Using Pu-239, an isotope of this element, the atomic bomb was tested at Alamogordo in the summer of 1945
    $400 12
Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park is only 7 miles south of this other national park
    $400 17
J.S. Bach's B Minor one of these religious compositions is "heavy", man
    $400 22
Jennifer Lopez & Matthew McConaughey don't marry who they planned; they meet in the park & dance together
    DD: $1,500 8
In 1876 this woman was proclaimed empress of India
    $600 3
This synonym for "basic" is used to describe a type of school
    $600 28
The Enola Gay dropped the bomb on Hiroshima; Bockscar dropped the bomb on this city
    $600 13
Some of America's finest glacial carvings can be found in Ohio's Kelley's Island State Park in this Great Lake
    DD: $700 18
In the Piero della Francesca work seen here, he's the saint pictured with Jesus
    $600 23
Brendan Fraser's last wish is a good deed & it triggers an escape clause which saves his soul
    $800 9
This Colorado peak finder was killed during the War of 1812 in what's now Toronto
    $800 4
This 10-letter adjective means "winding" or "like a snake"
    $800 29
The A-bomb test site was named this, after the John Donne poem "Batter My Heart, Three-Personed God"
    $800 14
Sequoia National Park is home to the giant General Sherman tree & this tallest California mountain
    $800 19
"Ayyam Min Havati", "Days from My Life", is a classic in this language by Muslim activist Zaynab Al-Ghazali
    $800 24
Julia Stiles passes the Juilliard tryouts with her hip hop routine
    $1000 10
In the middle of the century David Livingstone crossed this desert in the southwest of Africa
    $1000 5
It's the oxygen-carrying pigment in red blood cells
    $1000 30
This Los Alamos director recalled the words "Now I am become death...destroyer of worlds" during the first test
    $1000 15
Huge stone statues are a feature of Chile's Rapa Nui National Park on this island
    $1000 20
This series of Christian thrillers that includes "The Indwelling" has sold over 15 million copies
    $1000 25
Sean Connery finishes his second novel & dies; he wants Robert Brown to write the foreword

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Graham Misti Jonathan
$12,000 $1,900 $5,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN CHARACTERS
He's the last character to die in "Julius Caesar"

Final scores:

Graham Misti Jonathan
$12,056 $3,800 $9,600
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Graham Misti Jonathan
$11,000 $1,900 $5,200
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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