Show #4281 - Monday, March 24, 2003

Contestants

Shawn Wilson, a technical writer from Chatsworth, California

Donna Corbett, an office manager from Plymouth, Massachusetts

Sara Glidden, a college theater manager from Roxbury, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,950)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
MEET THE BEATLE
ABBREV.
FRENCH RULER NICKNAMES
LET'S BUILD A CASINO!
THERE'S A SUCKER...
    $200 3
Today, there are only 2 continental glaciers: one on Greenland & one on this continent
    $200 1
In November 1967 he appeared on the cover of the first Rolling Stone magazine
    $200 10
A branch of the Internet:
WWW
    $200 8
Hey, maybe Charles II & Louis VI, both nicknamed this, were just big-boned
    $200 17
Don't "blubber" when you lose all your money at the igloo-shaped casino named for this U.S. state
    $200 22
Blue Razz Berry & What A Melon are flavors of these bubble gum suckers from Charms
    $400 7
It's OK to kiss under this parasitic plant; just don't eat the berries -- that could be the kiss of death
    $400 2
In 1970 he became the first Beatle to have a solo No. 1 hit
    $400 11
At the theater:
SRO
    $400 9
Bless 'em all, from Pepin the Short to Philip V, this
    $400 18
The casino named for this heavenly body will feature the scintillating lounge act of Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin
    $400 23
This company says it's answered over 25,000 letters asking how many licks it takes to get to the center of its famous pop
    $600 15
The lowest pressure at sea level was 25.69", measured during one of these tropical storms in the Philippine Sea
    $600 4
His classical work "Liverpool Oratorio" premiered in 1991
    $600 12
An emergency procedure:
CPR
    $600 16
In 1300 a French minstrel might have sung, "Are you going to Philip IV" the this
    $600 19
The Bolshoi Casino inspired by this country has its own version of roulette -- if asked to play, just say "nyet"
    $600 26
Topps says "Great Fun is Always at Hand" with these wearable suckers
    $800 24
The reticulated species, the largest of these snakes, may reach a length of 33 feet
    $800 5
He met his second wife during the filming of "Caveman"
    $800 13
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Johnson Space Center in Houston) Here, astronauts receive important training in this, EVA, for short
    $800 20
Wear your shorts in the casino named for this U.K. dependency; I'm a little worried that it's shaped like a triangle
    $800 27
These space age rocket ship-shaped suckers have cherry, watermelon & pineapple layers (or stages)
    DD: $1,200 25
When the moon appears between half & full, it's said to be this, either waxing or waning
    $1000 6
A founding member of the Traveling Wilburys
    $1000 14
A group of 11 nations, including Kuwait:
OPEC
    $1000 21
"Feed the kitty" will take new meaning at the casino inspired by this Andrew Lloyd Webber show
    $1000 28
Sound Bites Lollipops transmit sounds & radio signals into your head when you touch the pops to these

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

Sara Donna Shawn
$1,200 $200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Donna Shawn
$3,000 $1,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS OF THE BIBLE
HOLLYWOOD MIDDLE INITIALS
PRECOLUMBIAN LIFE
CONTINENTS' LOWEST POINTS
(Alex: You have to ID the continent.)
20th CENTURY WOMEN
"O" BABY!
    $400 10
During the Passover seder, events from this book are recalled, including the Plagues
    $400 20
C.
Nominated for 4 Oscars, he won in 1971, but didn't accept it
    $400 25
In the name of the deity Quetzalcoatl, coatl refers to a snake & quetzal to this type of creature
    $400 6
Around 1340 feet below sea level, the Dead Sea
    $400 1
When she gave up Prince Charles, she also had to give up her "Royal Highness" title
    $400 15
"Strike them all dead! What right have they to butcher me?" says Fagin in this Dickens tale
    $800 11
It's the second of the 4 gospels, as well as the shortest one
    $800 21
B.
Movie studio head whose daughter married David O. Selznick
    $800 26
The Mayans played a game similar to this modern one, except losing a shootout might mean execution
    $800 7
131 feet below sea level, the Valdes Peninsula
    $800 2
As the world figure skating champion from 1927 to 1936, she must have put on quite an act
    $800 16
Cook eggs quickly on one side then flip 'em & cook 'em again & you're cooking them this way
    $1200 12
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew in Vatican City) The scenes down the center of the Sistine Chapel ceiling come from this book of the Bible
    $1200 22
E.
This writer-producer didn't do so well with "Girls Club" or that weird "Ally" 1/2 hour
    $1200 27
At Panquetzaliztli, an Aztec festival, those not permitted pulque, a type of this, consumed it in secret
    $1200 8
92 feet below sea level, on the shores of the Caspian Sea
    $1200 3
For some 40 years after her husband Alfred Stieglitz' death, she lived at her ghost ranch in New Mexico
    $1200 17
Examples of this exotic flower include Snakemouth & Lady's Slipper
    $1600 13
"Hey", this book comes between third John & Revelation
    $1600 23
H.
He chose his stage name's form so he wouldn't be confused with the "Maude" star
    $1600 28
Silver & gold plates covered the walls of Coricancha, a temple in this Incan capital
    $1600 9
52 feet below sea level, Lake Eyre
    $1600 4
A plaque in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales marks the birthplace of this designer famous for her Victorian flowers & lace
    $1600 18
Any good librarian could tell you that OED is the abbreviation for this reference book
    DD: $3,000 14
Alphabetically, the first book of the Bible is this New Testament book
    $2000 24
X.
Acting since 1911, he played his final role in 1966's "The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini"
    DD: $1,600 30
The name of this culture that thrived around 1000 A.D. comes from Tollan, "Place of the Rushes"
    $2000 29
512 feet below sea level, Lake Assal
    $2000 5
This Maine senator was reportedly proud that Khrushchev called her "The devil in the disguise of a woman"
    $2000 19
In an Ambrose Bierce tale, there's an "occurrence" at this bridge

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Donna Shawn
$13,600 $4,200 $18,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 7 WONDERS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD
Of the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World, this one was the smallest

Final scores:

Sara Donna Shawn
$8,600 $1,000 $9,599
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $9,599

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Donna Shawn
$12,600 $4,200 $18,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
6 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $35,400

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