Show #4164 - Thursday, October 10, 2002

(Jimmy: Torpedoes are locked on--you'd better be watching Jeopardy!, coming up next!)

Contestants

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Doug Yasso, an electronic publishing consultant from Garden City, New York

Tanya Tyler, a writer and editor from Lexington, Kentucky

Cindy Reilly, a network administrator from Oakton, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
AUTO RACING
CERTIFICATES
ARACHNIDS
GOOD FOR A DAY OFF
CELEBRITY RHYME TIME
    $200 5
Joyce Kilmer's big book of 1914 was this "and Other Poems"
    $200 26
Designating you as the winner, it's the flag each driver wants to see first at the end of an auto race
    $200 10
From 1950 to 1999 the most popular name on these certificates for newborn boys in the U.S. was Michael
    $200 20
Insects have compound ones; arachnids have simple ones
    $200 15
On the Friday before this holiday, soldiers in the 3rd U.S. Infantry place flags on graves at Arlington
    $200 1
Gibson's infernos
    $400 6
To Edward Arlington Robinson this president was "The Master" & a "Titan"
    $400 27
It's the "aquatic" term for the rapid side to side movement a car's rear end can make while racing
    $400 11
When Billie Jean King won her first Wimbledon singles title in 1966, the prize was one of these for tennis wear
    $400 21
This arachnid with a "paternal" name emits a bad odor when disturbed
    $400 16
It began in America in 1621 as an adaptation of the British Lammas, or "Loaf Mass" Day
    $400 2
Wahlberg's electric discharges
    $600 7
William Blake asked, "Little" this "who made thee?" & "gave the clothing of delight...wooly, bright"
    $600 28
As the lead qualifier for an auto racing event, you'll occupy this "position" in the front row at the start of the race
    $600 12
It is often signed by the last physician who attended the deceased
    $600 22
As a group, spiders have 7 different types of glands to produce this fiber
    DD: $1,000 17
Pilgrimage participants plan to arrive in this city before the sixth day of Dhul-Hijjah
    $600 3
Goldblum's NBA officials
    $800 8
In the 14th century he wrote, "A good wyf was there of bisyde bathe, but she was som-del deef, and that was scathe"
    $800 29
This type of auto racing start bears the name of a French town famous for a 24-hour race
    $800 13
The ones Playboy Enterprises issued in 1971 included a nude image of Miss February Willi Rey
    $800 23
This stinging arachnid has 6 pairs of jointed appendages: 1 pair of pincers, 1 pair of large claws & 4 pairs of legs
    $800 18
It's happy 27th of February as the Dominican Republic marks its independence from this neighbor
    $800 4
Crowe's swindles
    $1000 9
Pope's "The Rape of the Lock" isn't divided into stanzas or verses, but these (also favored by Ezra Pound)
    $1000 30
Also a term for architectural drawing, it's the fuel-saving practice of one car closely following another
    $1000 14
As part of a 1930s act it was illegal for individuals to hold these from the Treasury; the restrictions were lifted in 1964
    $1000 24
This parasite is a major transmitter of rabbit fever & some forms of encephalitis
    $1000 19
You don't need to have an epiphany to know the Feast of the Epiphany falls in this month
    $1000 25
Willis' railroad cars

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

Cindy Tanya Doug
$200 $4,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Tanya Doug
$1,400 $11,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SUBMARINE LIFE
KIDNAPPINGS
SURPRISING SINGERS
THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS MET HERE
YOU'RE GETTING VERY SLEEPY
CATCHING SOME "Z"s
    $400 1
This country's submarine fleet, partly based at Severomorsk, suffers from underfunding & deterioration
    $400 17
This hero who died in 1974 was pestered by disturbed men claiming to be his kidnapped son
    $400 12
It's no rumor: this gossip maven sang "Over the Rainbow" on her album "Miss Rona Sings Hollywood's Greatest Hits"
    $400 28
The first meeting occurred September 5, 1774 in this city, one that they'd return to over & over again
    $400 7
Term for a prolonged state of deep unconsciousness; it comes from the Greek for "deep sleep"
    $400 2
Associated with Caribbean voodoo cults, these entranced folks are also known as the walking dead
    $800 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reporting in a submarine) Submarines detect enemy vessels with this system that uses devices called hydrophones
    $800 18
Barry Keenan, convicted of the 1963 kidnapping of this "junior" singer, sold the story of the crime to the movies
    $800 13
This 3-named star of TV's "Doogie Howser" grew up to play Mark in a touring company of "Rent"
    $800 29
On Dec. 20, 1776 the Congress said hello to this city, home of Poe
    $800 8
This piece of camping gear can be mummy, tapered or rectangular
    $800 3
According to mythology, he was Hercules' dad
    $1200 23
Subs navigate with the help of this satellite system controlled at a Colorado Air Force base
    $1200 19
Charles Glass, kidnapped in this Mideast country in 1987, escaped -- maybe because his captors let him
    $1200 14
This "Thorn Birds" actor made a charming prince in the Cinderella movie musical "The Slipper and the Rose"
    DD: $3,000 26
In 1783 the Congress met in this New Jersey college town's Nassau Hall
    $1200 9
He's the Shakespearean character who muses, "...in that sleep of death what dreams may come..."
    $1200 4
It's the river that runs though Victoria Falls
    $1600 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reporting in a submarine) Moving the periscope is also called this activity "with a one-eyed lady"
    $1600 21
In 1981 ETA, a separatist organization of this ethnic group in Spain, kidnapped Julio Iglesias' father
    $1600 15
Before starring on film as "An Unmarried Woman", she sang on Broadway in "Pippin"
    $1600 27
For less than 2 months in 1784 this New Jersey city, named for a businessman, was our capital
    $1600 10
These brain waves produced during deep sleep are named for the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet
    $1600 5
There'd be no "Jeopardy!" on TV without this Russian-American's invention of the kinescope in the 1920s
    DD: $2,500 25
A type of U.S. attack submarine, or a 1904 Jack London novel
    $2000 22
9-year-old George Weyerhaeuser, whose dad was big in this business, got snatched in 1935
    $2000 16
This Utah senator seen here is a prolific singer-songwriter; you can buy his album from his website
    $2000 30
On March 2, 1789 that old gang of the Continental Congress met for its last time ever in this city
    $2000 11
It was Petula Clark's last U.S. Top 10 hit
    $2000 6
One of the 2 Old Testament minor prophets who fit the category

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Tanya Doug
$6,600 $24,600 $9,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ADVERTISING
In 2002 H&R Block used a version of this 1966 song in its TV commercials

Final scores:

Cindy Tanya Doug
$600 $20,000 $18,100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cindy Tanya Doug
$6,600 $24,200 $6,800
13 R,
2 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $37,600

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