Show #4175 - Friday, October 25, 2002

Contestants

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Phillip Steele, a security officer from Los Angeles, California

Kim Crawford, a freelance writer and editor from Atlanta, Georgia

Sarah Legins, an art librarian from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOT SO RECENT SCIENCE
HOPE YOU'RE NOT CLAUSTROPHOBIC
BETTER KNOWN AS...
OCCUPATIONS
BIBLICAL CITIES
"BI" WORDS
    $200 22
Lavoisier was one of the men on the committee that came up with this measurement system in 1790s France
    $200 17
As of 2001 all new passenger cars must have a release latch here
    $200 10
"Quiet Man" Marion Michael Morrison
    $200 7
In a restaurant the fromager does for cheese what the sommelier does for this
    $200 6
The priests blew their trumpets, Joshua's people shouted, & this city's "wall fell down flat"
    $200 1
This adjective describes the Six Million Dollar Man's legs & right arm
    $400 23
In 1891 Brucia, the 323rd asteroid discovered, was unique as it was the first one found by using these
    $400 18
Restlessness after a period of confinement is called this dwelling's "fever"
    $400 11
Dancer Frederick Austerlitz
    $400 8
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Museum of Flight in Seattle) Aboard a Boeing 80-A1, Iowan Ellen Church became the first of these workers in 1930
    $400 27
Joseph & Mary traveled to this city of Joseph's ancestors "to be taxed"
    $400 2
A premolar, from the Latin for "2 points"
    DD: $1,000 24
In the 1780s William Herschel determined its axial inclination & found it had ice caps
    $600 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in a submarine) A submariner's bed, also called this, is narrow, but comfier than the torture instrument of the same name
    $600 14
A "Giant" hunk:
Roy Scherer, Jr.
    $600 9
Playwright Noel's ancestors presumably worked closely with these animals
    $600 28
Lot's home was located in this wicked city
    $600 3
Baking soda is also called sodium this
    $800 25
The discovery of this element in 1669 has led to a lot of friction -- in matches
    $800 20
You stand a good chance of drowning if you worked in the Tanna, a Japanese one of these dug in the 1920s
    $800 15
Go "Out on a Limb":
Shirley Beaty
    $800 12
A perfusionist operates the medical machine named for these 2 organs
    $800 29
Its name is derived from the fact that "The Lord did there confound the language of all the Earth"
    $800 4
In a classic late '40s Vittorio de Sica film, this is stolen from a man & he & his son begin a quest to get it back
    $1000 26
In 1879 after 1000s of failures Edison found a simple scorched cotton thread worked best as one of these
    $1000 21
Per California's code, the number of people in these shall not exceed the rated load in pounds, divided by 150
    $1000 16
Film legend Issur Danielovitch
    $1000 13
In July 2000, 69 chicken catchers became the first employees of this Maryland-based company to vote for a union
    $1000 30
The apostle Paul escaped his enemies in this Syrian city by being lowered over a wall in a basket
    $1000 5
A 2000th anniversary

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Sarah Kim Phillip
$600 $1,800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Kim Phillip
$2,600 $4,000 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

DOWN UNDER
CROSSWORD CLUES "F"
20th CENTURY AUTHORS
MAD
(The magazine.)
DOGS
ENGLISHMEN
    $400 6
The reverse of the Australian one-dollar coin shows 5 of these animals
    $400 1
Fail a class
(5)
    $400 11
He was 50 yards from victory in Britain's 1956 Grand National Steeplechase when his horse gave out
    $400 26
The March 2001 issue included these, a first in the magazine's history
    $400 16
Pal was the first collie to play this dog on screen
    $400 21
John Dunstable was a 15th century composer; John Constable was a 19th century one of these
    $800 7
In 1912 Aussie explorer Douglas Mawson led an expedition south to explore the east coast of this continent
    $800 2
Sudden snow gust
(6)
    $800 12
Her career took off after publishing "Fear of Flying" in 1973
    $800 27
In April 2002 this network renewed its "Mad TV" for 2 more seasons
    $800 17
Bull's-Eye is the pet dog of Bill Sikes in this Dickens novel
    $800 22
In 1154 Nicholas Breakspear became the first & still the only Englishman to become this (he was Adrian IV)
    $1200 8
In 1954 John Landy became the 1st Australian & the 2nd person in the world to break this mark; Roger Bannister was 1st
    $1200 3
Ian or Peggy
(7)
    $1200 13
Sinclair Lewis dedicated "Babbitt" to this author of "The Age of Innocence"
    $1200 28
On each cover you'll find a little "ind" next to the "M" in Mad & this 5-letter word after the price
    $1200 18
A small spaniel is named for this Asian region that first bred the Lhasa Apso
    $1200 23
As governor of New South Wales in 1806, he tried to suppress the "bountiful" rum trafficking
    $1600 9
All U.S. states are using the Australian type of this item, first used in an Aussie election in 1856
    $1600 4
Baja beans
(8)
    $1600 14
This doctor has made the rounds with such medical thrillers as "Coma", "Shock" & "Toxin"
    DD: $1,000 29
A 1997 cover had Jerry Seinfeld saying this greeting to someone at his door
    $1600 19
Caroline Kennedy's White House pet Pushinka was a gift from this Soviet leader
    DD: $1,500 24
Last name of "Essays of Elia" author Charles who spent his life taking care of his sister Mary
    $2000 10
This capital of Queensland was home to the 1988 World's Fair
    $2000 5
Matisse's movement
(7)
    $2000 15
This author of the "Deadly Sin" novels also wrote several books featuring playboy sleuth Archy McNally
    $2000 30
His name is on the masthead as "Founder"
    $2000 20
Dave was one of Buck's sled-dog companions in this book
    $2000 25
This last viceroy of India was assassinated in 1979

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Kim Phillip
$3,400 $8,200 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NATURAL WONDERS
Given its current name by John Wesley Powell, it was called Kaibab, or "mountain lying down" by the Paiutes

Final scores:

Sarah Kim Phillip
$0 $6,999 $9,398
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $9,398

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sarah Kim Phillip
$3,400 $8,800 $5,800
14 R,
6 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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