Show #4145 - Friday, September 13, 2002

(Cheryl: Today's topic on Jeopardy! is pandas--could they be any cuter? Stay tuned!)

Contestants

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Richard Hannasch, a certified public accountant from Carlsbad, California

Kandice Kerwin, an attorney from Annville, Pennsylvania

Tom Kelso, a credit analyst from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

A NATION OF ASIA
FORBES MAGAZINE'S RICHEST
RODENT, MARSUPIAL OR PRIMATE
(Alex: Which is it?)
SIGNS & SYMBOLS
HELLO, NEWMAN
THE "BLUE"s
    $200 6
Trendy cafes called manga kissas are places teens can go to meet & read comic books in this nation
    $200 16
This man is Number 1 with $53 billion; just turn on any computer if you need a clue
    $200 1
The kangaroo rat
    $200 18
It's the 2-word phrase symbolized here
    $200 11
Paul Newman's character kicks western outlaw Harvey Logan where it really hurts in this 1969 classic
    $200 17
Skydome is home to this Major League Baseball team
    $400 7
Home to the Golden Temple & the center of the Sikh religion, the city of Amritsar is found in this nation
    $400 27
Son Robson inherited the bulk of his $20 billion from his dad Sam, who started this retail chain
    $400 2
The rat kangaroo
    $400 20
In 1932 actress Peg Entwistle jumped to her death from the "H" in this sign
    $400 12
Told he was sexier than this "Top Gun" star, Newman quipped, "I'm lucky to have a pulse"
    $400 19
What a restaurant popularly calls its featured meal of the day
    $600 8
(Alex on location) I'm at Namdaemun, a gate that is national treasure No. 1 of this country that was host of the 1988 Summer Olympics
    $600 28
Silvio Berlusconi not only has $7.2 billion, he was elected prime minister of this country in 2001
    $600 3
The bandicoot
    $600 21
Waldi, the symbol of the 1972 summer games in Munich, was a stylized one of these "wiener" dogs
    $600 13
Newman's movie debut, "The Silver" this, also features Lorne Greene as St. Peter
    $600 23
It's where Fats Domino found his thrill in a 1956 hit
    $800 9
In the 16th century Portuguese sailors named this island "Ilha Formosa" or "beautiful island"
    $800 29
This Berkshire Hathaway exec. is in the Top 5 with $35 billion
    $800 4
The woodchuck
    $800 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from the Atlanta Zoo.) A traditional symbol of peace, the giant panda is also the symbol of this nature organization
    $800 14
Paul won an Oscar for this 1986 film in which he reprised his role of Fast Eddie Felsen
    DD: $800 24
It's the state flower of Texas, but keep it under your hat
    $1000 10
The statue seen here (The Golden Buddha) is found in this southeast Asian kingdom bordered by Laos & Burma
    $1000 30
Smart as a fox, this Australian-born mogul now has $5.7 billion
    $1000 5
The aye-aye
    $1000 26
One of the 2 signs of the Zodiac for July
    $1000 15
Try to spot Bruce Willis as a courtroom extra in this 1982 Newman film about an alcoholic lawyer
    $1000 25
This Disney series features a whole new cast of Muppets including Ojo, Treelo & Tutter the mouse

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

Tom Kandice Richard
$3,800 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Kandice Richard
$10,000 $3,600 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST THINGS FIRST
(Alex: That's a great way to start!)
LITERARY TRANSLATIONS
(Alex: You have to give us the English title, of course.)
LAST NAME MEANINGS
GEOLOGY TEST
"J" WALKING
THE BLUES
    $400 26
Speaking to WWI troops in 1919, this man became the first U.S. president to make a radio broadcast
    $400 1
The epic "Voyna i mir"
    $400 17
The surname Price isn't related to cost; it's from this Celtic language's "Ap Rhys", or "Son of Rhys"
    $400 16
One estimate says there are about 326 million cubic miles of this compound in, on & above the Earth
    $400 11
A short moment of time to make popcorn "pop" or to get a "lube" job
    $400 4
Sonny Boy Williamson was killed at 34. He played this "mouth organ" like nobody did before
    $800 27
After being bitten by a dog in 1885, Joseph Meister became the first person inoculated against this
    $800 2
Thomas Mann's thrill ride... er... read: "Der Zauberberg"
    $800 18
Jenkins originally meant this, the name of a pal of Robin Hood's
    $800 22
It runs from the Gulf of California to the Gorda Ridge off Oregon between the North American & Pacific plates
    $800 12
With a population of 735,000, it's the most populous city in Florida
    $800 5
Last name of blues guitarists B.B. & Freddie. When the Lord decides to call you, you'd better be ready
    $1200 28
Some consider German king Otto the Great, crowned in 962, the first of these central European "emperors"
    $1200 3
A memoir:
"Den Afrikanske Farm"
    $1200 19
(Hi, I'm Jeff Probst) My last name translates to this, used in English to mean an administrator at a college
    $1200 23
BMW engineers are working out the kinks to use this most abundant element in the universe as an auto fuel
    $1200 13
After Solomon's death in 922 B.C., the Hebrews divided into 2 kingdoms: Israel & this one
    $1200 8
Handicap of Lemon Jefferson & also Willie McTell. They both needed a good woman to catch them if they fell
    $1600 29
Ernest Poole became the first novelist to win this prize on June 3, 1918
    DD: $1,400 6
The magical "El Amor en los Tiempos del Colera"
    $1600 20
An ancestor of songwriter Johnny must have been one of these, a dry-goods merchant
    $1600 24
Calcium bicarbonate from this, the most abundant soluble rock, is used by sea creatures in forming shells
    $1600 14
It's the "gem" of a unit equal to the work done when a current of 1 ampere passes through 1 ohm for 1 second
    $1600 9
The Handy Awards Festival is up & down this Memphis street. When the blues fills the air, it sounds mighty sweet
    DD: $3,000 30
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Palace Hotel in San Francisco.) The Garden Court was the site of the official 1945 banquet honoring the opening session of this organization
    $2000 7
The weighty "Nesnesitelna Lekhost Oyti" (in Czech) or "L'Insoutenable Legerte de l'Etre" (in French)
    $2000 21
Common occupational surname shown here
(making those barrels)
    $2000 25
Deposits inside these are called speleothems & include stalactites & stalagmites
    $2000 15
Christian monk & translator Eusebius Hieronymus is better known as this saint
    $2000 10
This man & Sonny Terry played together 30 years. If you don't like their music, you need to check your ears

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Kandice Richard
$30,600 $12,200 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
The first winning presidential ticket of 2 sitting U.S. senators was the ticket of these 2 men

Final scores:

Tom Kandice Richard
$24,600 $15,000 $0
2-day champion: $53,401 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Kandice Richard
$29,600 $12,400 $3,000
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $45,000

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