Show #4538 - Wednesday, May 5, 2004

2004-A Kids Week game 3.
From Washington, D.C.

Contestants

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Tucker Warner, from Fredericksburg, Virginia

Leatrice Potter, from Olney, Illinois

Okey Chikezie, from Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

FRANKLIN, BEN FRANKLIN
PARTS OF THE WHOLE
THE SOUTH OF...
SPORTS
THINGS TO DO WITH CARROTS
BEGINS & ENDS IN "D"
    $200 14
In October 1723 Franklin arrived in this city that would be his home base for the rest of his life
    $200 12
Frame,
pedals,
handlebars
    $200 18
Tucson, the second-largest city in this state, is about 100 miles south of its largest city, Phoenix
    $200 1
In this game, an entry sport to baseball, the batter hits the ball that rests atop a tube
    $200 7
Have your mom cut your carrots into these for your lunchbox & you can play a "pick up" game with them
    $200 6
Father
    $400 25
Ben Franklin, on top of things as always, suggested this seasonal clock change system back in 1784
    $400 13
End zones,
50-yard line,
goalposts
    $400 19
The South Side of this city is where the White Sox call home
    $400 2
(Sofia of the Clue Crew strolls down the lane at the Nat'l Bowling Stadium in Reno, NV--& screws up.) Oops--in bowling, it's the one place you don't wanna throw your ball
    $400 23
A man named Mel Blanc crunched carrots while providing the voice of this carrot-loving rabbit
    $400 8
A feat or exploit; usually a praiseworthy act
    $600 28
In 1744 Franklin was really cookin' when he invented a cast-iron one of these that you could install in your fireplace
    $600 15
Operating system,
central processing unit,
mouse
    DD: $1,000 20
The region of Calabria occupies the "toe" of this nation; Apulia, the "heel" (& Tuscany, the thigh)
    $600 3
It's the sport played professionally by Andre Agassi
    $600 24
In February 1999 people in Bethel, Maine made one 113 feet tall with an 8-foot-long "carrot" nose
    $600 9
This term refers to a bomb or explosive that fails to detonate
    $800 29
Joseph Priestley was so "charged" after meeting Ben, he wrote "The History and Present State of" this phenomenon
    $800 16
Clothes basket, temperature selector, agitator
    $800 21
Wallabies & wombats abound in the state called "South" this country
    $800 4
What the Europeans call association football, we call this
    $800 26
This popular dessert is usually topped with a cream cheese frosting
    $800 10
"Wiener Dogs on Parade", featuring this breed, is a part of Ashland, Oregon's annual 4th of July parade
    $1000 17
Cylinders,
crankshaft,
pistons
    $1000 22
Oslo is in the south of this country whose north is above the Arctic circle
    $1000 5
In golf it's the proper word to yell when your ball is headed toward another player
    $1000 27
Carrots go into one version of this side dish, shredded cabbage & a mayonnaise-based sauce
    $1000 11
This shepherd's name appears more than 1,000 times in the Old & New Testaments

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Okey Leatrice Tucker
$2,200 $3,000 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Okey Leatrice Tucker
$2,000 $5,200 $7,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHARACTERS IN BOOKS
BOARD GAMES
U.S. GOVERNMENT
MALL OF AMERICA
EXPLORERS
VOCABULARY TEST
    $400 6
He's "You-know-who", the evil wizard, "He-who-must-not-be-named" in the Harry Potter books
    $400 1
It's the board game in which you could be ordered to "Go directly to jail, do not pass go, do not collect $200"
    $400 7
Ratified in 1971, the 26th amendment to the Constitution lowered the voting age to this
    $400 25
First off, maybe you & Mom should get a comfortable pair of sneakers from the "Kids" & "Lady" divisions of this store
    $400 15
After moving to Spain in 1485 he used Colon, the Spanish version of his name
    $400 12
The word hankie is short for this; now wipe your nose
    $800 8
A favorite of early readers, he's the beloved oversized pet seen here
    $800 2
It's the popular game invented in 1948, and what do you mean "Trebek" isn't allowed?
    $800 21
With 53 congressmen, this state has more representatives in the house than any other
    $800 27
For lunch, drop by the Rainforest Cafe or grab a Whopper from this fast food chain
    $800 16
In May 1953 Edmund Hillary was on top of the world, or at least on top of this highest mountain
    $800 13
Rearrange the letters in adobe to come up with this word for a home
    $1200 9
With a little imagination & his purple crayon, he can go anywhere: the circus, even outer space
    $1200 3
In this "Checkers" game, the board is a 6-pointed star, & every player starts with 10 marbles
    DD: $2,000 22
A plow is depicted on the seal of this cabinet department created in 1862
    $1200 28
At Cereal Adventure, you'll go cuckoo for the Chocolate Canyon attraction named for this cereal
    $1200 17
Falsely accused of treason, this discoverer of the Pacific Ocean was beheaded in 1519
    $1200 14
Pronounced one way, it's an injury; pronounced another, it can mean turned & tightened, like certain clocks
    $1600 10
A monkey named Mr. Nilsson often rides on the shoulder of this freckle-faced orphan with crazy red pigtails
    $1600 4
The object of this game with a 4-letter name is to occupy every country & thus conquer the world
    $1600 23
In 1917 the people of this U.S. commonwealth in the Caribbean became naturalized citizens
    DD: $3,000 18
In 1514 this explorer received a royal commission to colonize Florida
    $1600 20
It can mean to scrape the surface of the skin, or to feed out in the pasture
    $2000 11
Felicity, a Colonial lass, & Addy, who escaped slavery, are 2 of the delightful females in this book series
    $2000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reads before she plays a fast game of chess with Jimmy.) We've only got 5 minutes each to make all our moves in this game with a two-word name
    $2000 24
The Supreme Court has a Chief Justice & this many associate justices
    $2000 19
Yes, Sir! This Englishman seen here, who completed a round-the-world voyage, was knighted in 1581
    $2000 26
Spelled differenty, it can be a daisy, or a baking ingredient

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Okey Leatrice Tucker
$6,400 $6,800 $22,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC MOVIES
A 35-foot-long muslin stocking was used to create the cyclone for this 1939 film

Final scores:

Okey Leatrice Tucker
$9,400 $12,800 $19,600
3rd place: $1,000 + Classroom Jeopardy! 2nd place: $2,000 + Classroom Jeopardy! Winner: $19,600 + Classroom Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Okey Leatrice Tucker
$6,400 $6,800 $20,000
13 R,
3 W
11 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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