Show #4183 - Wednesday, November 6, 2002

Contestants

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Katie Francisco, a public relations representative from Marietta, Georgia

Brad Bean, a web assistant from Columbus, Ohio

Sandra Alboum, a translator from Arlington, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $31,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
HOW NOVEL
CLASSIC NICHOLSON MOVIE LINES
(Alex: You have to identify the film, of course.)
"H" CITIES
HERBS & SPICES
____ OF THE ____
    $200 13
In January 1970 Boeing introduced this first wide-bodied jumbo jet; it could seat up to 452 passengers
    $200 21
Gregory Maguire's novel "Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister" is a revision of this fairy tale
    $200 11
1975:
"I must be crazy to be in a looney bin like this"
    $200 6
This city's Atomic Bomb Dome, a structure left unrebuilt after WWII, has become a symbol of the peace movement
    $200 1
This pizza herb was virtually unknown to Americans until WWII soldiers came home & raved about it
    $200 23
A Baskin-Robbins program, or an expression meaning "popular for right now"
    $400 14
BUD is the New York Stock Exchange symbol for this brewing company
    $400 22
He not only appeared on the cover of some 350 romance novels, he's written ones like "Rogue" & "Mysterious"
    $400 12
1980:
"He-e-e-e-re's Johnny!"
    $400 7
The racing schooner Bluenose, depicted on Canada's 10-cent coin, has a replica in this Nova Scotian port
    $400 2
A popular soft drink "ale" is flavored with this spice whose name is from the Sanskrit for "horn root"
    $400 24
In response to this Irish greeting, you can say, "And the rest of the day to yourself"
    $600 15
This Dallas-based electronics firm started out as Geophysical Service, an oil exploration company
    $600 28
Agatha Christie mystery in which an heiress is murdered on an Egyptian cruise
    $600 18
1992:
"You can't handle the truth!"
    $600 8
Crossed by numerous canals, it's said that this German port has more bridges than Amsterdam & Venice combined
    $600 3
The dried pods of a certain climbing orchid provide this flavoring
    $600 25
Quoting "Titanic", in 1998 Oscar-winning James Cameron exulted, "I'm" this
    $800 16
For over 75 years, Wrigley made only these 3 gums
    DD: $300 29
Title that completes the line "Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin..."
    $800 19
1974:
"What makes you certain that your husband is, um, involved with someone?"
    $800 9
This capital was founded by Sweden's King Gustav I Vasa in 1550
    $800 4
In medieval Europe this poultry stuffing herb of the genus Salvia was thought to stimulate the mind
    $800 26
To make a favorable judgment when you're uncertain is to give someone this
    $1000 17
In 1973 this then Memphis-based hotel chain opened its own university in Mississippi to train personnel
    $1000 30
This Ayn Rand novel tells the story of architect Howard Roark & Dominique Francon, the woman he loves
    $1000 20
1994:
"Just marking my territory"
    $1000 10
It served as a dynastic capital in the 1800s & continued as the royal capital of Vietnam until 1945
    $1000 5
This spice that is sold in 2 varieties, Ceylon & Cassia, was once used in love potions
    $1000 27
In 1961 British critic Martin Esslin used this phrase to describe the plays of Beckett & Ionesco

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

Sandra Brad Katie
$1,200 $1,400 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandra Brad Katie
$2,700 $4,600 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NORSE MYTHOLOGY
AGRICULTURE
18th CENTURY AMERICANS
MATH TERMS
"P.B."
JAY
    $400 2
The Einheriar were the dead warriors the Valkyries picked up & brought back to this hall where they were revived
    $400 12
In 1981 the U.S. government, with 560 million lbs. of this dairy food in storage, released 30 million lbs. to the needy
    $400 21
In 1775 he & a group of axmen cleared & marked the Wilderness Road for the Transylvania Company
    $400 7
5th, 50th & 500th are this type of number, as opposed to cardinal
    $400 1
In New Orleans a hero sandwich is called this
    $400 26
He drafted the constitution of New York state & was appointed chief justice of the state in 1777
    $800 17
Roskva, the farmer's daughter, was always under the hammer as a personal assistant to this god
    $800 13
Generally, a steer is a castrated bull used for food; this shorter word refers to one used as a draft animal
    $800 22
In the 1770s, this pamphleteer wrote "African Slavery in America", an article condemning slavery
    $800 8
A theorem includes this series of steps, starting with a given & ending with a justified conclusion
    $800 3
It's the state flower of Delaware (not Georgia)
    $800 27
He's the "Picture Perfect" actor seen here
    $1200 18
A never-ending supply of this better-than-beer drink was made by Heidrum, oddly a goat, not a bee
    $1200 14
Spain, Italy & Greece are the leading producers of this liquid from the fruit of Olea europaea
    $1200 23
In "The Federalist" No. 51, this future president put forth an argument for the separation of powers
    $1200 9
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew standing in front of a chalkboard) From the Latin for "to turn upside down", the function g is described as this of the function f
    $1200 4
You can use this utensil to apply a glaze to breads & sweets before or after baking
    $1200 28
It's the magical group heard here
["This Magic Moment"]
    $1600 19
Odin learned the secrets of these alphabetic symbols while hanging for 9 days on Yggdrasil, the world tree
    $1600 15
The type of irrigation seen here, it was used in Israel to make the desert bloom
    $1600 24
This Pennsylvanian's son William served as royal governor of New Jersey & remained loyal to the crown
    $1600 10
The term surd refers to irrational numbers like this number's square root, 1.7320508...
    $1600 5
Anna Pavlova or Dame Margot Fonteyn, for example
    $1600 29
This child actor played Dennis the Menace on TV in the early '60s
    $2000 20
Norse myth is big on trees; the first man & woman -- Ask & Embla -- were created out of these 2 species
    DD: $2,000 16
What do you do to wheat to get flour? The answer is the name of this grain
    $2000 25
Mary Hays received this pseudonym for aiding her husband & other soldiers during the Battle of Monmouth
    $2000 11
A function's domain is the set of possible values of x; this is the set of possible values of y
    DD: $700 6
This Latin term used for some legal services means "for the good"
    $2000 30
Born on the Six Nations Indian Reservation in Ontario, he played Tonto to Clayton Moore's Lone Ranger

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandra Brad Katie
$6,300 $11,800 $900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
In September 1941 this author christened the warship Atlanta, also known as "The Mighty A"

Final scores:

Sandra Brad Katie
$1,600 $10,800 $900
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $10,800 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sandra Brad Katie
$8,600 $11,800 $2,200
16 R,
9 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
1 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $22,600

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