Show #4174 - Thursday, October 24, 2002

Contestants

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Sarah Legins, an art librarian from Brooklyn, New York

Cody Hartley, a university admissions officer from Thousand Oaks, California

Brad Vogelbach, a business consultant from Wilton Manors, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $28,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
SNAP, CRACKLE OR POP
NUMERIC TV
KINGS NAMED GUSTAV
THE FRENCH HAVE A(N ENGLISH) WORD FOR IT
ODDS & ENDS
    $200 1
Depictions on this state capital's seal include Nuuanu Pali & Diamond Head
    $200 12
Pepsi or Coke, to some
    $200 6
Correspondents for this ABC show include Chris Wallace, Lynn Sherr & John Stossel
    $200 18
Thanks to Gustav V, Sweden, like Switzerland, remained this during WWI & WWII
    $200 17
To a Frenchman, it's a sphere on which a map of the Earth is depicted
    $200 11
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew standing in front of a maypole) Mayday was once a day of a festival celebrating these London workers; Dick Van Dyke played one in "Mary Poppins"
    $400 2
Found on the St. Jones River, this capital of Delaware bears the name of an English seaport
    $400 13
This type of "judgment" is done without deliberation
    $400 7
This classic crime series featured Jack Lord as Det. Steve McGarrett
    $400 27
Current king Carl XVI Gustaf met his wife at this event in Munich in 1972; she was an interpreter
    $400 19
Please mister please don't play B-17 on the tavern music player the French call this
    $400 23
The Food Lover's Companion says they're Holland's 2 most exported cheeses
    $600 3
The prestigious Eastman School of Music is located in this city in western New York
    $600 14
He runs the malt shop in which Jughead & Archie hang out
    $600 8
William Shatner was called on to host this reality series in which emergency situations were recreated
    $600 28
In 1805 Gustav IV brought Sweden into the European coalition against this man
    $600 20
This attachment adds a burst of light to brighten the photos of the Eiffel Tower that you take at night
    $600 24
Now we're cooking! This term for a fantasy sports league comes from the name of a NYC restaurant
    $800 4
The Durham Western Heritage Museum in this Nebraska city is housed in the old Union Pacific depot
    $800 15
Sold in India, it's a Cadbury chocolate & butterscotch bar with crunchy crispies
    $800 9
This program was originally hosted by Jim Bakker; Pat Robertson later took over
    $800 29
Gustav III's reign, 1771-1792, is called the Swedish version of this "bright" intellectual period in Europe
    $800 21
It's all downhill for the object seen here
    $800 25
In 1957 his Fair Lane estate was presented to the University of Michigan at Dearborn
    DD: $1,000 5
Now the largest city in the Carolinas, it hosted the last full meeting of the Confederate cabinet in 1865
    $1000 16
It comes before dragon & after ginger
    $1000 10
Dolly Parton's sister, Rachel Dennison, was one of the secretaries on the sitcom based on this Parton movie
    $1000 30
Gustav I defeated the Danes & also got Sweden out from under the thumb of this league
    $1000 22
It's a newspaper like the one for Wall Street or a magazine like the one for ladies' homes
    $1000 26
These Mayan stucco friezes depict the days & these 3 prominent celestial bodies

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

Brad Cody Sarah
-$200 $2,800 $4,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Cody Sarah
$2,400 $4,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSIC
HAIR & MAKE-UP
WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE
NEWMAN'S OWN "H" FILMS
AMERICAN WRITING
BAD ENGLISH
(Alex: Something we are all guilty of from time to time!)
    $400 26
In 1802 he wrote that "Anyone standing beside me could hear at a distance a flute that I could not hear"
    $400 20
The opposite of matte, it follows "lip" in a cosmetic that makes lips shiny
    $400 6
You'll find Lake Louise & Great Bear Lake in this large country
    $400 2
Playing against Paul, Jackie Gleason racked up some points in this 1961 film
    $400 1
In Jan. 1851 he had his first known piece published: "A Gallant Fireman", in Hannibal's Western Union
    $400 15
The clue I am reading had an example of a shift in this
    $800 27
This Italian wrote 37 operas, from "Demetrio e Polibio" in 1806 to "William Tell" in 1829
    $800 21
Also a style of carpet, this hairstyle consists of overlapping layers
    $800 7
The longest river in New York state, it's been called the "Rhine of America"
    $800 3
This '63 Newman pic won Oscars for Patricia Neal & Melvyn Douglas
    $800 11
Hello! He wrote "Farewell, My Lovely" & "The Long Goodbye"
    $800 16
Its the typographical mark that is missing in the first line of this clue.
    DD: $2,500 28
The tension of a string orchestra against a solo violin depicts the chill of winter in this 1725 work
    $1200 22
The beauty product line "Just For" these women divides them into strawberry blondes & auburns
    $1200 8
You'll find the coastal city of Bekdash in Turkmenistan on this large inland "sea"
    $1200 4
1975's "The Drowning Pool" was a sequel to this 1966 film
    $1200 12
"Stupid White Man" is a 2002 rant from this "TV Nation" host
    $1200 14
In a sentence, this noun & its verb has -- excuse me, have to agree in number
    $1600 29
In 1896 this "Scheherazade" composer reorchestrated Mussorgsky's opera "Boris Godunov"
    $1600 23
In 1999 Gwyneth Paltrow accepted her Oscar with her hair pulled back into this French-named knot
    $1600 9
Due to its excessive flooding, this colorful body of water is known as "China's Sorrow"
    $1600 5
Based on an Elmore Leonard western novel, this 1967 film put Paul in Arizona around 1880
    $1600 13
This 1935 novel by Horace McCoy is a tale of murder & marathon dancing
    DD: $2,000 17
Flout, meaning "to show scorn for", is often confused with this word meaning "to show off"
    $2000 30
This Austrian's 1910 8th Symphony is also known as "Symphony of a Thousand" for the number needed to perform it
    $2000 24
Lancome's Effacernes & Clinique's City Cover are classified by their makers as this type of cosmetic
    $2000 10
The size of Belgium, this deep Russian lake is home to a rare variety of freshwater seal
    $2000 19
In this 1994 Coen Brothers '50s fantasy, Paul was the villain
    $2000 25
Old Ben is this title character of a Faulkner novelette
    $2000 18
8-letter term for a "sentence" error. Found in the present clue.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Cody Sarah
$5,600 $15,100 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PHRASES
Sidney Sherman, who died in Texas in 1873, is credited with coining this 3-word phrase

Final scores:

Brad Cody Sarah
$10,600 $14,999 $15,200
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $15,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brad Cody Sarah
$5,200 $13,800 $7,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $26,600

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