Show #4184 - Thursday, November 7, 2002

Contestants

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Kirsten Hoffstedt Keefe, a law student from Washington, D.C.

Andy Morris, an attorney from Truckee, California

Brad Bean, a web assistant from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

WATER WORLD
HITCHCOCK MOVIES IN OTHER WORDS
THE NAMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED
WORLD COINS
FITNESS & HEALTH
E BEFORE I
    $200 2
The Ekman layer at the top of the ocean is where currents are moved by this
    $200 16
"Maniac"
    $200 21
Dippy Dawg was the original name of this Disney character
    $200 1
In 2001 the Isle of Man issued 6 coins devoted to this 11-year-old wizard; the first depicted him casting a spell
    $200 26
The Star Trac TR4500 model of this machine has room for reading material so you don't go insane with boredom
    $200 11
Any number of flowers including plumeria & carnations are used to make this Hawaiian necklace
    $400 7
This term also heard on CB radio refers to a wave that's "plunging" or "spilling" on the shore
    $400 17
"Taxonomic Class Aves"
    $400 22
In bygone days this North American national capital was Bytown
    $400 3
In 1982 this country began issuing a series of panda coins
    $400 27
Kids as young as 7 swim, bike & run at the Ironkids one of these events -- poor tykes
    $400 12
Hold your horses! & to make it easier, use these straps that attach to the bit of the bridle
    $600 8
The first link in the marine food chain is the "phyto" type of this, including algae
    $600 18
"Rotarize No. 6 to Get Homicide"
    $600 23
In 1971 Norman Lear turned the British series "Till Death Us Do Part" into this American TV hit
    $600 4
This principality now uses the Euro & has issued Euro coins with Prince Rainier on the obverse
    $600 28
A Powerbar contains the "oat" type of this, a 1980s cholesterol-fighting craze
    $600 13
Term for a young cow that hasn't yet borne a calf
    $800 9
Oceanographers multiply chlorinity, the amount of chlorine in water, by 1.80655 to get this figure
    $800 19
"Rescue Pod"
    $800 24
This classic Motown group began as the Primettes
    $800 5
One of Mexico's millennium coins featured a depiction of this migrating butterfly
    $800 29
Measured with calipers, it should be 15 or under for young men & goes down to around 5 for superathletes
    DD: $1,200 14
From 1937 to 1970 Charles Richter taught this science at Caltech
    $1000 10
The ocean contains millions of tons of gold -- meanwhile we're extracting this element, Mg. Whoopee.
    $1000 20
"A Woman Disappears"
    $1000 25
When Sony introduced this product in 1979, it was called the Soundabout
    $1000 6
A hologram of this sacred temple lies in the center of Cambodia's 2001 10,000-riel coin
    $1000 30
It's a runner's term for rolling from the outside of your foot to the inside; rolling back is supination
    $1000 15
The Great Ice Age occurred during this geologic epoch

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

Brad Andy Kirsten
$3,800 $3,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Andy Kirsten
$5,600 $8,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EARLY MAN
THEY NAMED A SCHOOL FOR ME
MUSIC FROM THE "HEART"
QUASI-RELATED PAIRS
THERE SHE IS
MYTH AMERICA
    $400 17
You & I have about 1,350 cc. of capacity for this organ; Homo habilis, 2 million years ago, had 500-800
    $400 22
Leland Stanford, Jr., who died at age 15 in 1884, is memorialized by a university in this state
    $400 1
"Near, far, wherever you are", it was the Grammy-winning Record of the Year for 1998
    $400 12
Red dwarfs & pubs
    $400 2
Born in a log cabin, she was right on target as a popular 19th century entertainer
    $400 7
This black American hero of myth said, "Gonna die with the hammer in my hand"
    $800 18
Compared to apes, Australopiths had a shorter & broader pelvic bone, helping with this innovation
    $800 23
Robert E. Lee introduced electives as president of the college named for this man -- it's now named for Lee too
    $800 27
"Fairy tales can come true, it can happen to you if you're" this
    $800 13
Telephone pole support wires & Betsy Wetsys
    $800 3
This member of Polynesian royalty seen here fought the annexation of her homeland
    $800 8
He's the mythical American soldier of WWII seen here
    $1200 19
Named for an area in France, these humans of 40,000 to 10,000 years ago get rave reviews for their art
    $1200 24
Ralph Lauren & James Baldwin are alumni of the NYC high school named for this Erie Canal builder
    $1200 28
It's the 1980 hit heard here

"Got a wife and kids in Baltimore, Jack..."
    $1200 14
Mr. Guthrie & Mr. Aldrin
    $1200 4
A graduate of Columbia Law School, she hung around the House for 6 years
    $1200 9
In Aztec myths, this creator god also gives man corn & the arts
    DD: $5,000 20
A major Homo erectus find took place at the Zhoukoudian Cave near this major city
    DD: $3,000 25
The last name of Dr. Herman, it's now found on 25 technology-oriented institutes
    $1600 29
Huey Lewis & The News sang, "They say" this "is still beating, and from what I've seen I believe 'em"
    $1600 15
The middle Brady daughter & a senior college official
    $1600 5
Seen here, she married Henry VIII in 1533
    $1600 10
This mythical hero of the American west was raised by coyotes & once lassoed & rode a tornado
    $2000 21
In a common scientific classification of Neanderthal man, Neanderthalensis follows these 2 words
    $2000 26
This black women's college in Atlanta took its name from Mrs. John D. Rockefeller's maiden name
    $2000 30
Jackie DeShannon's biggest hit
    $2000 16
A Biblical Hebrew prophet with his own book & commentator Rooney
    $2000 6
A Pulitzer Prize winner, she was known for her portraits of manners & mores at the end of the 19th century
    $2000 11
These giant birds of Native American myth were frequently at war with water monsters

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Andy Kirsten
$10,400 $14,200 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC BOOKS
Published in 1611, the Pilgrims in 1620 refused to bring it to America; they brought the Geneva version

Final scores:

Brad Andy Kirsten
$14,400 $7,500 $5,500
2-day champion: $25,200 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brad Andy Kirsten
$10,000 $22,200 $3,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
25 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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