Show #4197 - Tuesday, November 26, 2002

Contestants

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Ian Buckwalter, an arts administrator from Washington, D.C.

Celeste Cooper, an architectural drafter from East Cleveland, Ohio

Faith Love, a systems analyst from Boyds, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

ENGAGEMENTS
THE BIG DAY
WITH THIS RING
I THEE WED
SOMETHING "OLD", SOMETHING "NEW"
(Alex: We hope you'll be celebrating some very happy...)
ANNIVERSARIES
    $200 11
The battle of this city was the last military engagement of the War of 1812
    $200 6
This Neb. city's Henry Doorly Zoo has the largest glazed geodesic dome, housing the world's largest indoor desert
    $200 24
In a famous ad campaign this product accused people of having "Ring Around the Collar"
    $200 14
Some folks vow to love, honor & cherish; she vowed to make Brad Pitt his favorite banana milkshakes
    $200 1
This fish story of 1952 was one of the last works Hemingway published during his lifetime
    $200 19
On June 4, 1999 thousands gathered in this former British Asian colony for the 10th anniv. of Tiananmen Square
    $400 12
In 1898 the first land engagement of this war took place at Las Guasimas, Cuba
    $400 7
With nearly 590,000 square miles of land, this state is about 487 times larger than Rhode Island
    $400 25
She's the funny lady ringing in here
    $400 15
He "Bond"ed with Keely Shaye Smith at an Irish abbey in 2001
    $400 2
His 1687 "Principia" is considered one of the greatest scientific works ever published
    $400 20
On June 4, 1999 thousands of Iranians gathered to mourn the 10th anniversary of this man's death
    $600 13
In a military engagement at the Pyramids in 1798, his forces defeated an Egyptian Mameluke force
    $600 8
During an 1887 snowstorm in Montana, one of these was measured at 15 inches wide & 8 inches thick
    $600 26
As you might gather from the rings around its tail, the coati seen here belongs to this mammal family
    $600 16
She tied the knot with Guy Ritchie in Skibo Castle one day after their son Rocco was baptized
    $600 3
It's the rich dish of shellfish (often lobster) in a cream sauce with sherry, usually served on toast points
    DD: $1,000 21
For a historic anniversary, Pope John Paul II was in the Dominican Republic on October 9-13 of this year
    $800 29
The Battle of Belleau Wood was one of the first major engagements for U.S. troops during this war
    $800 9
This 10-armed giant cephalopod is not only the biggest invertebrate, but has the biggest eyes, the size of a volleyball
    $800 27
The 5 interlocking rings on the Olympic symbol represent these
    $800 17
Must be something in the haggis...Skibo Castle was also where this "Kiss the Girls" star wed Dario Franchitti
    $800 4
It's the informal system in which a group of men help each other & exchange favors in business or politics
    $800 22
It was celebrated in June 2002, because the February anniv. of the accession was also the anniv. of George VI's death
    $1000 30
This bloody battle was fought in June 1775, over a year before we declared independence
    $1000 10
The biggest constellation is this one, "the sea serpent", which covers 3.16% of the sky & contains 68 visible stars
    $1000 28
"The Rhine Gold" & "The Valkyrie" are 2 of the operas in his "Ring" cycle
    $1000 18
The honeymoon was over when Jessica Sklar met this comic & dumped her new husband for him
    $1000 5
This poem by Emma Lazarus is on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty
    $1000 23
In November 1998 West Germany's parliament commemorated the 50th anniversary of this notorious night

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

Faith Celeste Ian
$800 $1,400 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Faith Celeste Ian
$4,000 $3,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHITECTURE
ACTRESS-DIRECTORS
BRIT LIT
GLASS CLASS
COUNTRIES' HIGHEST POINTS
SUFFIXES
    $400 1
The name of this ornate style of Baroque architecture probably comes from the French for "rockwork"
    $400 21
This star of "Misery" & "Dolores Claiborne" has directed episodes of "NYPD Blue" & "Six Feet Under"
    $400 6
In a Dickens novel Mr. Murdstone is the cruel, tightfisted stepfather of this character
    $400 11
Many mirrors are made using a backing of AgNO3, a nitrate of this metal
    $400 26
Carrantuohill in Macgillycuddy's Reeks
    $400 16
Add it to "king" & you get what the king rules; add it to "earl" & you get the rank of earl
    $800 2
The high walls of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris are supported by these "flying" supports
    $800 22
(Hi, I'm Harry Connick, Jr.) I co-starred in 1991's "Little Man Tate"; this actress' debut as a director
    $800 7
His "Silmarillion", a prequel to "The Lord of the Rings", was published posthumously in 1977
    $800 12
The same note that's sounded as you run your finger along the rim can do this to the glass if sung
    $800 27
Citlaltepetl on the border of the states of Veracruz & Puebla
    $800 17
It's the main quality suggested by the suffixes -enne, -ess & -trix
    $1200 3
I.M. Pei's design of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. is based on this geometric shape
    $1200 23
Sally Field was one of the directors of this 12-part space series on HBO
    $1200 8
This Evelyn Waugh novel chronicles 20 years in the lives of the Marchmain family
    $1200 13
In medieval times the technique of making clear glass developed in this Italian city & its island of Murano
    $1200 28
Mount Ararat
    $1200 18
A Greek battle site gave us this suffix that suggests a long process to reach a certain goal
    $1600 4
Born Charles Edouard Jeanneret in 1887, he took his mother's maiden name as his professional name
    $1600 24
She credits Gillian Armstrong as her inspiration; Armstrong directed her in "Mrs. Soffel"
    $1600 9
George Eliot's first full-length novel told the tale of this carpenter
    $1600 14
Seaforms, baskets & Persians are among the creations of this glass artist born in Washington state in 1941
    $1600 29
Puncak Jaya in Papua province, previously known as Irian Jaya
    $1600 19
3-letter suffix meaning an incomplete resemblance to the word it's added to, like "human" & "planet"
    $2000 5
With Philip Johnson, this German-American designed NYC's 38-story bronze-&-glass Seagram Building
    $2000 25
This 2000 Richard Gere-Winona Ryder drama was directed by "The Last Emperor"'s Joan Chen
    DD: $2,000 10
This Austen novel begins, "The family of Dashwood had long been settled in Sussex"
    $2000 15
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at a glass-making factory) Also a type of plant stem, it's the glass-blowing term for a long, thin rod
    $2000 30
Mount Kilimanjaro
    DD: $2,000 20
From Yiddish, this suffix identifies people who support a cause such as peace

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Faith Celeste Ian
$10,400 $4,600 $9,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POLITICIANS
Name of the man who would serve as chief executive if President Bush & Vice President Cheney were incapacitated

Final scores:

Faith Celeste Ian
$10,400 $0 $9,200
2-day champion: $19,401 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Faith Celeste Ian
$11,400 $6,600 $9,800
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $27,800

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