Show #3339 - Thursday, February 25, 1999

1999-A Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Lindsay Enbysk, a senior from Tualatin, Oregon

Rubani Trimiew, a junior from Rochester, New York

Lina Ghosh, a senior from Evansville, Indiana

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Jeopardy! Round

NOTABLE WOMEN
(Alex: Next you have to name the language...)
I DON'T SPEAK...
TELEVISION
TEENS IN LITERATURE
MYSTERY MEAT
"ACK"!
    $100 5
She's the woman in power seen here
(Clinton's attorney general)
    $100 21
Je ne parle pas Francais
    $100 2
In 1997, TV Guide's No. 2 pick for the 100 greatest episodes of all time was her stint selling Vitameatavegamin
    $100 13
When Antonia Shimerda is introduced in this novel, she's "a girl of fourteen" with curly, wild-looking hair
    $100 16
This popular sliced pizza sausage usually made of beef & pork is named for what seasons it
    $100 25
A 1930 Marx Brothers film, or treats packaged in a box that looks like a circus wagon cage
    $200 1
After she was married, this Indian princess was known as Rebecca Rolfe
    $200 10
Ich spreche kein Deutsch
    $200 3
On this sitcom, the character Joey landed a part on "Days of Our Lives"
    $200 6
The first chapter of "Little Women" says this girl is 15 years old, "very tall, thin and brown" with "a comical nose"
    $200 14
Demonic adjective that describes a type of canned ham or an egg appetizer
    $200 26
The British national flag
    $300 18
Russia fought 2 wars with Turkey & annexed the Crimea during her reign as Russia's empress
    $300 11
Ik spreek geen Nederlands
    $300 4
Jenna Elfman & Thomas Gibson play this title pair, a kooky yoga teacher & an uptight U.S. attorney
    $300 7
This Bronte novel says of Cathy, "At fifteen she was the queen of the country-side; she had no peer"
    $300 15
This North American marsupial finds its way into a tasty stew
    $300 27
This 1877 Anna Sewell novel helped establish the pony story as a popular genre in England
    $400 19
Her 1951 book "La Razon de mi Vida" ("The Purpose of my Life") was once mandatory reading in Argentine schools
    $400 22
Nihongo ga Wakarimasen
    $400 8
John Cleese guest-starred as a wacky professor who was John Lithgow's rival on this show
    $400 12
When this Jane Austen novel begins, Elinor Dashwood, the eldest daughter, is "only nineteen"
    $400 17
The U.S. poultry industry calls them "paws" & exported 264,000 tons of them to China in 1997
    DD: $500 28
(Hi, I'm Derrick Alexander of the Kansas City Chiefs) The Kansas City Chiefs played in the very first Super Bowl but lost to this team 35--10
    $500 20
In her 1903 autobiography, she wrote, "Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence"
    $500 23
Nie mowie po Polsku
    $500 9
For sister witches Shannen Doherty, Alyssa Milano & Holly Marie Combs, 3 is a magic number on this show
    $500 24
Chapter 2, part 4 of this Pasternak novel tells us "Lara was only a little over sixteen but she was well developed"
    $500 29
French chefs use this part of the goose to make pate de foie gras
    $500 30
In DOS this character separates directory names & file names

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

Lina Rubani Lindsay
$2,400 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lina Rubani Lindsay
$4,200 $1,700 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTIFIC AMERICANS
GOT MILK?
AROUNDA ROMA
30-SECOND THEATER
SPORTS HOME CITIES
BIG WORDS
    $200 20
In a lab in 1972 David Baltimore created one of these basic portions of a chromosome
    $200 3
This "MMMBop" trio pushes "MMMMilk"
    $200 4
The Circus Maximus was built for these races
    $200 13
Boy loses shadow, teaches 3 siblings to fly, battles pirates & refuses to grow up
    $200 17
MLB's Blue Jays
    $200 1
It cost just 37 cents when Burger King introduced it in 1957
    $400 30
In 1959 Khrushchev wanted this dome designer to come over & teach his engineers a thing or two
    $400 5
This Chicago Bulls forward sports golden-colored hair as well as a white mustache
    $400 6
Take your loofa to the National Roman Museum; part of it was once these of Diocletian
    $400 14
Daily life in a New England village: couple marries; woman dies in childbirth; cemetery's dead speak
    $400 7
The NFL's Ravens
    $400 2
A synonym for huge or the name of the creature seen here
    $600 25
The claim "what Shakespeare was to poetry and the drama (he) is to the vegetable world" is no small potatoes
    $600 8
This hip David Letterman band leader is into chocolate milk, man
    $600 21
The Aqua Virgine Aqueduct feeds the Trevi, one of Rome's most famous of these
    DD: $800 15
2 tramps converse & contemplate suicide while expecting a rendezvous with a guy who's a no-show
    $600 18
The NHL's Coyotes
    DD: $1,000 9
Michelangelo's David is considered one of these big statues, like one of the 7 Ancient Wonders
    $800 27
Luis Alvarez filled his with liquid hydrogen & found he could easily trace the paths of particles in it
    $800 12
This former "NYPD Blue" duo pulled together asking for you to reach out for 3 glasses a day
    $800 26
You won't find the remains of this British poet in a Grecian urn but in Rome's Protestant Cemetery
    $800 16
Fading Southern belle visits sister & brutish brother-in-law; goes nuts
    $800 23
The NBA's Grizzlies
    $800 10
"By and" this, meaning as a general rule, was originally a sailing term
    $1000 28
Vera Rubin & W. Kent Ford used this name for the invisible substance whose pull holds galaxies together
    $1000 19
This secretary of Health & Human Services says she "always keeps a full thermos in the cabinet"
    $1000 29
Of all the great buildings of ancient Rome, only this one dedicated to "all the gods" is still intact
    $1000 22
Swordsman helps inarticulate rival win the girl of his own dreams; confesses secret years later & dies content
    $1000 24
MLS's Galaxy
    $1000 11
We'll take you to tusk if you forget this 11-letter adjective from Loxodonta africana's common name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lina Rubani Lindsay
$7,000 $3,100 -$900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SOLAR SYSTEM
This planet's moons include Triton & the recently discovered Naiad

Final scores:

Lina Rubani Lindsay
$6,700 $500 -$900
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lina Rubani Lindsay
$7,000 $3,000 $900
21 R,
0 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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