Show #4065 - Friday, April 12, 2002

Contestants

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Peggy Pancella, a music teacher and mom from St. Louis, Missouri

Derek Doran-Wood, an actor from Sherman Oaks, California

Erik Rockom, a finish carpenter from Seattle, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,599)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BROWNINGS
BEAUTY TREATMENTS
CIUDADES DE BAJA CALIFORNIA
PICK THE OSCAR WINNER
NIGHTLIFE
ENDS IN "TH"
    $200 26
Some thought that on Wordsworth's death Elizabeth should have gotten this post from the queen
    $200 19
Heloise hints that chilled slices of these tubers help reduce under-eye puffiness (they're not just for French fries)
    $200 14
It's the correct pronunciation of the border city just south of San Ysidro, California; there's no "A" after the 1st "I"
    $200 9
"The Godfather":
Marlon Brando,
Robert Duvall,
Al Pacino
    $200 6
The '70s music style performed by Donna Summer is named for this type of nightspot
    $200 1
From the Old English for "band", it's a band of flowers that can be worn on the head or hung as a decoration
    $400 27
For most of 1845 Robert & Elizabeth did this to each other almost every day, sometimes twice a day
    $400 20
Treat yourself to a whipped cocoa bath or a chocolate fondue wrap at the Hotel Hershey Spa in this state
    $400 15
You'll get a peaceful, easy feeling lounging in this city, whose name means "peace"
    $400 10
"The Goodbye Girl":
Quinn Cummings,
Richard Dreyfuss,
Marsha Mason
    $400 7
This city's world-famous Via Veneto was once the center of la dolce vita
    $400 2
Meaning "metal worker", it follows black, silver & gun
    $600 28
Casa Guidi, in which the Brownings lived in this Italian city, is now owned by Eton college
    $600 21
(Sofia gives the clue from a spa.) We'll glow when we're finished with this beauty treatment, a wrap made from this ocean vegetation
    DD: $1,800 16
This capital of the state of Baja California is across the border from Calexico, California
    $600 11
"The English Patient":
Ralph Fiennes,
Kristin Scott Thomas,
Juliette Binoche
    $600 8
The people of Madrid are so fond of nightlife that they're known as gatos, these animals
    $600 3
Something enormous in size, such as the land animal mentioned in the book of Job
    $800 29
1844's "The Cry of the Children" was Elizabeth's cry against this practice
    $800 24
Mmm! You can have a sugar cookie scrub at the Savannah spa named for this ice cream flavoring
    $800 17
Rock star Sammy Hagar owns a nightclub in this Baja resort town
    $800 12
"Judgment at Nuremberg":
Spencer Tracy,
Maximilian Schell,
Judy Garland
    $800 18
Karaoke Bars originated in the 1970s in this Japanese port city; got a beef with that?
    $800 4
Foam
    $1000 25
At the Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, you may want a glass of wine after having your body polished with these seeds
    $1000 23
It's home to the Rancho La Puerta health spa & a namesake cerveza
    $1000 13
"Bonnie and Clyde":
Warren Beatty,
Faye Dunaway,
Estelle Parsons
    $1000 22
The name of this type of nightclub with live shows goes back to the Latin camera, "room"
    $1000 5
Officially, Australia is this type of federation of states

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

Erik Derek Peggy
$2,200 $3,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erik Derek Peggy
$3,200 $2,600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICANA
FAMOUS J.P.'s
ON OLD MAPS
MILITARY MUSIC
VICTORIA'S SECRETS
PLANET NAMES
    $400 11
Wurlitzer's first one of these was the Debutante; 1942's Victory model could play 24 tunes
    $400 12
Her msnbc.com bio calls her "one of the most ubiquitous newswomen in America"
    $400 17
A letter sent to Batavia, Dutch East Indies would go today to Djakarta in this country
    $400 10
Sgt. Barry Sadler wrote this hit ballad while in Vietnam
    $400 6
"We are not interested in the possibilities of defeat", declared Victoria during this war begun in 1899
    $400 1
I means "causes damage to" or "spoils the appearance of"
    $800 18
The Burnham & morrill company of Portland, Maine bakes these New England faves in huge brick ovens
    $800 13
(Hi, I'm Jeff Probst, host of "Rock and Roll Jeopardy!") This Led Zeppelin guitarist was a master of distortion & feedback
    $800 22
In 1992 it dropped "Outer" from its name
    $800 19
Julia Ward Howe wrote the lyrics to "The Battle Hymn Of The Republic"; the music was from this song
    $800 7
Victoria lost this husband to typhoid fever when he was only 42
    $800 2
When the temperature is getting higher, this is said to be "rising"
    $1200 25
In a legal fashion, not a swindle, New York paid over $15 million for this, opened in 1883
    $1200 14
The swinging hairdresser in the film "Shampoo" is said to be based on this producer associated with Barbra Streisand
    $1200 23
After sunset in Germany it was Danzig in the dark; now it's this Polish city
    $1200 20
The "Battle Of The Wabash" has the same melody as this more patriotic song
    $1200 8
Victoria took her first ride in one of these on June 13, 1842
    $1200 3
It's the different type of company whose product is seen here
    $1600 26
"The Gentle Art of Making Enemies" was an 1890 memoir by this artist (& mama's boy)
    $1600 15
This Oriole pitcher & underwear model won World Series games in the '60s, '70s & '80s
    $1600 24
On really old maps, all the old familiar places in Ethiopia can be found under this country name
    $1600 21
During the Persian Gulf War, this patriotic Lee Greenwood song enjoyed a revival
    $1600 9
Queen Victoria's son Prince Arthur served as governor-general of this country from 1911 to 1916
    DD: $1,200 4
The statuette seen here, about 25,000 years old, is known as her of Willendorf
    $2000 27
Calvin Coolidge liked to keep his cool & maybe his nerve with a cool bottle of this soft drink
    $2000 16
This controversial Episcopal bishop left the U.S. & disappeared into the Israeli desert in 1969
    $2000 28
What was once the Gold Coast is now called this & is still filed under "G"
    $2000 5
This root precedes -crat to mean one who rules by virtue of wealth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erik Derek Peggy
$16,000 -$1,000 $1,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS PLACES
A bullet that struck Pope John Paul II was placed in the crown of a statue of the Virgin Mary in this Iberian village

Final scores:

Erik Derek Peggy
$20,000 -$1,000 $2,000
2-day champion: $35,599 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Erik Derek Peggy
$16,400 $800 $1,000
24 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
14 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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