Show #3854 - Thursday, May 10, 2001

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

Contestants

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Colleen Mahoney, a sophomore from East Hampton, Connecticut

Graham Gilmer, a senior from Lynchburg, Virginia

Andy Siegler, a senior from Cinnaminson, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

1801-1810
SPORTS MOVIES
GADGETS
YOU'RE THE MAN NOW, DOG!
STATE TREES
DIXIE CHICKS
    $100 1
In 1806 he published his first lexicographical work, "A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language"
    $100 6
Michael Jordan & the Looney Toons play basketball to win their freedom from alien slavers in this 1996 movie
    $100 11
The Creative Labs Nomad Jukebox can store over 100 hours of music in this popular format
    $100 26
The name of this breed seen here can also mean a person who's a determined pursuer
    $100 14
The Douglas type of this 3-letter tree is the state tree of Oregon
    $100 21
In 1990 this future Mrs. Alec Baldwin & investors paid $20 million for a GA. town; they sold it in '95 for $4.3 million
    $200 2
In October 1804 Lewis & Clark prepared to spend the first winter of their trip near this present-day N.D. capital
    $200 7
This singer played center fielder Mae Mordabito in "A League of Their Own"
    $200 12
You have to "hand" it to this brand seen here; it's organizing the world
    $200 27
This term for a small dog held on a seated person's legs also applies to a man who does others' bidding
    $200 15
Rhode Island picked the "red" type of this tree; Vermont got the "sugar" kind
    $200 22
To know this singer raised in Star, Mississippi, "Breathe" & have faith
    $300 3
In 1801 Thomas Young found the cause of astigmatism & demonstrated the wave theory of this
    $300 8
In 1995's "The Big Green", an underdog team learns to excel at this sport
    $300 13
This company's I-Zone comes in a color called phat blue
    $300 28
The type of dog seen here, or a tool used in lectures
    $300 16
Delaware chose a type of this tree that's paired with "the ivy" in a Christmas song
    $300 23
Born in D.C. in 1948 but later calling Tennessee home, she nearly became first lady in 2001
    $400 4
In 1804, under Dessalines, this island nation proclaimed itself the first black republic
    DD: $500 9
This 1992 film spawned 2 sequels & an NHL team
    $400 19
The Philips DSR6000 combines a DirecTV receiver with this brand's TV recording system
    $400 29
According to the AKC, a poodle can be no taller than 10" to compete as this type
    $400 17
When I think of this state tree of Texas, I get hungry for pralines
    $400 24
Born in Miami in 1938, she was the first woman appointed U.S. attorney general
    $500 5
On August 3, 1807 his treason trial began in Virginia; he was acquitted on September 1
    $500 10
This movie about a hoop-shooting hound was followed by a sequel subtitled "Golden Receiver"
    $500 20
The device seen here, it wirelessly connects your Apples
    $500 30
You could say, "You're the dog now, man" to King Charles II, for whom a small breed of this dog was named
    $500 18
I'd like to dance the Charleston under this Palmetto State's state tree, the palmetto
    $500 25
Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama on June 27, 1880, she lost her sight & hearing by age 1 1/2

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

Andy Graham Colleen
$1,400 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Graham Colleen
$1,800 $2,500 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
MUSIC OLDER THAN YOU
(Alex: Older than our contestants, of course!)
TEENS IN LITERATURE
TV NETWORKS
DISSECTING MR. FROGGIE
IN THE DICTIONARY
    $200 2
Lying on the east bank of the Nile, Tahrir Square is the center of this capital's downtown
    $200 1
"I'd rather be dead than singing Satisfaction when I'm 45", said this band's Mr. Jagger, grandfather of 2
    $200 12
Sonya is a kittenish 15-year-old introduced in book 1 of this long Tolstoy novel
    $200 11
Before TV, CBS started in this medium
    $200 19
In the 1600s William Harvey dissected Sir Froggie to write "On the Motion of the Heart and" this substance
    $200 22
Spelled one way, it's a strong ache; spelled another, a sheet of glass in a window
    $400 3
This Algerian port's old city is dominated by the Casbah
    $400 4
JFK was president when this California band hit the charts for the first time with "Surfin' Safari"
    $400 17
In "Out of the Dust", Billie Jo relates the story of life in this state's Panhandle during the Dust Bowl years
    $400 13
Gratuitous violence isn't seen on this network, so Oscar won't be beating the stuffing out of Grover
    $400 20
In Froggie's skull, you'll find the olfactory nerve that helped him smell & this main nerve that helped him see
    $400 23
The name of this cap worn on graduation sounds like something used by bricklayers
    $600 6
The first recorded eruption of this Sicilian volcano occurred in about 1500 B.C.
    $600 5
These rockers led by Steven Tyler have been together (on & off) for 31 years
    $600 18
The 5-letter title of this 1999 novel refers to what Melinda, the traumatized heroine, is unable to do
    $600 14
Since 1996 the Walt Disney Company has owned this "Alphabet Network"
    $600 21
Type of "cord" & (in males only) of "sac" that lets the frog croak
    $600 24
The 2-letter term for a medical prescription; it also means a remedy or cure
    $800 7
The westernmost of Canada's prairie provinces, it produces most of the country's crude oil & natural gas
    $800 9
'N Sync's Justin Timberlake was born in 1981, 10 years after this band's Jim Morrison died
    $800 29
A shy teenager named Charlie is the hero of "The Perks of Being" this kind of "flower"
    $800 15
In July 2000 this network announced that the "United" in its name would get a smackdown
    $800 30
This tube leading from mouth to stomach is where flies pass through after Froggie catches them
    $800 26
Add 1 letter to a timepiece to get this word for a sample piece of cloth (it's also a brand of timepiece)
    $1000 8
This "saintly" island of Napoleon's death was named for Constantine the Great's mother
    $1000 10
He's the teen heard here in a song released just months before his death

"Para bailar la bamba, para bailar la bamba, se necesita una..."
    DD: $1,200 28
This novel tells us that 16-year-old Esmeralda can dance with rotating swords balanced on her forehead
    DD: $2,400 16
This network isn't named for an animal, but for a businessman who died in 1952
    $1000 27
You'll note that the frog's heart has 2 atria, like yours, but just 1 of this chamber
    $1000 25
This 5-letter prefix meaning "sun" can precede centric or sphere

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andy Graham Colleen
$8,400 $9,500 $2,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

POLITICAL PARTIES
In 1850 it was the name of the party of the British prime minister & of the U.S. president

Final scores:

Andy Graham Colleen
$4,800 $12,000 $0

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andy Graham Colleen
$8,100 $9,500 $2,300
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
26 R,
1 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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