Show #4202 - Tuesday, December 3, 2002

Contestants

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Bob DeBellis, a graduate student from New York, New York

Linda Kampe Houtz, a substitute teacher from Lafayette, Indiana

Anne Cichocki, a recent law school graduate from Jacksonville, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

MOUNTAINS
ONE-HIT WONDERS
THE NEW YORKER
TICKER-TAPE PARADE HONOREES
IRS STUFF
2-LETTER ABBREV.
(Alex: And your response must be an abbreviation.)
    $200 1
This volcano on the side of Hawaii's Mauna Loa once contained a lake of bubbling molten lava
    $200 16
Pratt & McClain were a one-hit wonder with a theme to this Ron Howard TV show
    $200 21
The first cover, & many since, showed Eustace Tilley, a fop wearing this on his head
    $200 25
In June 1991, 15 days after vets from the Gulf War got a parade, vets from this war 40 years earlier got one
    $200 12
The IRS now allows some deductions for treatments, not including the over-the-counter patch, to quit this
    $200 4
They "Bring Good Things to Life"
    $400 2
This Argentinian peak near the Chilean border is only 623 feet higher than nearby 22,211-foot Cerro Mercedario
    $400 17
Jeannie C. Riley hit No. 1 with this 1968 story song about a small-town widow & an uptight school group
    $400 22
After his "In Cold Blood" ran as a 4-part series, he never published in The New Yorker again
    $400 26
He was the first man to win golf's Grand Slam & the first to receive 2 Broadway ticker-tape parades
    $400 13
To deduct these, your new job must be over 50 miles farther from your former home than your old job was
    $400 5
In 1939 this organization introduced its 12-step program
    $600 3
This Alpine peak rises 14,692 feet on the border of Switzerland's Valais Canton & Italy's Piedmont region
    $600 18
In a 1980 hit Lipps, Inc. asked, "Won't you take me to" this title place
    $600 23
A New Yorker staffer coined this term for a biographical sketch, meant to show just one side of a person
    DD: $800 27
The October 28, 1886 parade was for the dedication of this piece of art
    $600 11
If you've been selected for one of these, the IRS cheerfully informs you that many of them result in refunds
    $600 6
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) Before the CD, there was this
    $800 9
In 1896 an Alaskan mount was named for this man elected president that year
    $800 19
This TV comedienne had a big hit with 1973's "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"
    $800 24
The cartoon seen here is from this creator of Gomez & Morticia, & is still funny
    $800 14
Filing jointly, families with 2 or more kids & making under $34,178 a year may receive the EITC, this credit
    $800 7
On "Law & Order", Sam Waterston plays an assistant one
    $1000 10
According to the Bible, Moses saw the Promised Land from this mountain in Jordan's Pisgah Range
    $1000 20
He's the tech-savvy artist heard here with a 1983 hit:
("She Blinded Me With Science")
    $1000 15
About 9% of the individual returns for 2000 checked the box to donate this much to the Presidential Election Fund
    $1000 8
A Fleetwood or Winnebago

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

Anne Linda Bob
$1,200 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Linda Bob
$1,000 $2,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE VISIGOTH HANDBOOK
(Alex: How can that be to anyone's liking?)
SAM I AM
SCIENCE CLASS
THE OLYMPIC GAMES
MAKING A GOOD IMPRESSIONIST
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 19
A spectacle once performed by the Visigoths in Spain, this sport is featured in Shakira's "Te Dejo Madrid" video
    $400 11
Remarkably, using only the jawbone of an ass, he slew 1,000 men in the Old Testament
    $400 6
Emil Fischer must have been in a coffeehouse when he identified this stimulant as part of the purine group
    $400 3
His "Four Dancers" was not one of the 24 works he submitted to an Impressionist show in 1876
    $400 1
1990s Lakers general manager who became a state in 1863
    $800 12
"I'm just talking about" the figurine seen here of this actor in a 2000 action blockbuster
    $800 7
From the Latin for "to lie upon", these hospital machines are used to help control preemies' oxygen supplies
    $800 26
The 1956 summer games in this country were the first not held in Europe or the U.S.
    $800 4
At first Camille Pissarro used comma-shaped strokes, but after seeing this artist's work, switched to dots
    $800 2
"Blame it on" this dance & Canadian province
    $1200 18
In 376 when this Asian group threatened them, the Visigoths appealed to Rome for help
    $1200 13
Found in Bonham, Texas, the library named for this Speaker of the House features a replica of his U.S. Capitol office
    $1200 8
(Sofia of the Clue Crew in a science lab) With chicken manure & water you can make an anaerobic digester that produces this gas, CH4, which can be used as a fuel
    DD: $1,200 20
The Olympic motto is "Citius, Altius, Fortius", or "Faster, Higher", this
    $1200 5
Manet's impression of this city is seen here:
("The Grand Canal")
    $1200 23
Bunny home that turns up in the study on the JFK assassination
    $1600 16
He's directed "Evil Dead", "Army of Darkness" & "Spider-Man"
    $1600 9
During the 1970s this British physicist made the unexpected discovery that black holes emit thermal radiation
    $1600 21
In 1976 this 14-year-old Romanian gymnast earned 7 perfect scores of 10
    $1600 14
At the famous April 15, 1874 exhibition in Paris, this artist had the only work with "Impressionist" in the title
    $1600 24
After it was opened all that was left in it was hope, a sandwich, chips, an apple & a juice carton
    DD: $2,000 17
This "Christabel" poet defined the sonnet as "A small poem, in which some lonely feeling is developed"
    $2000 10
Seen here is this 2-time Nobel Prize-winning scientist
    $2000 22
This Spaniard served as president of the International Olympic Committee from 1980 to 2001
    $2000 15
Painter of "The Wave", he was the father of French first wave filmmaker Jean
    $2000 25
Air Force general & George Wallace running mate celebrated by pole dancers in the spring

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Linda Bob
$9,000 $3,400 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WASHINGTON, D.C.
The National Mall is bounded by these 2 avenues whose names recall historic documents

Final scores:

Anne Linda Bob
$15,601 $6,700 $100
2-day champion: $46,501 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anne Linda Bob
$9,000 $3,200 $9,800
14 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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