Show #4287 - Tuesday, April 1, 2003

Contestants

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Mike Cantor, a physician and medical ethicist from Bethesda, Maryland

Donna Lee DePrille, a professional musician from Westfield, Massachusetts

Jay Stang, a United States Marine from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $23,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

VICE PRESIDENTS
AT THE ARCADE
ODE TO ENGLAND
FOOD & DRINK
BUY "ONE"
GET ONE FLEA
(Alex: Oh, oh...humor!)
    $200 21
In 1993 he headed the National Performance Review, which suggested ways to reduce the costs of government
    $200 16
Stern, of Melrose Park, Illinois, is now the world's only maker of these machines that used to rule arcades
    $200 1
Edward IV called off this invasion after Louis XI tendered some financial persuasion
    $200 4
Milder than both, broccoflower is a cross between these 2 vegetables
    $200 26
An ace in golf
    $200 9
Bargain hunters regularly head to the Rose Bowl Flea Market in this city
    $400 22
On Nov. 22, 1875 Henry Wilson died while serving as vice president under this man
    $400 17
This game gets its name because a player represents an amphibian trying to cross a street & then a river
    $400 2
Chiefs & rajahs were there to see, in 1897, her diamond jubilee
    $400 5
This rich, creamy sauce that tops Eggs Benedict is also excellent on asparagus
    $400 27
The president's plane
    $400 10
Proverbially, if you do this, "you'll wake up with fleas"
    DD: $1,000 23
He's the only vice president who became president not immediately after his vice presidency
    $600 18
Featuring menacing descending aliens, it was the first arcade game offered on a home cartridge system
    $600 3
These Londoners turned the simple word "wife" into the rhyming "trouble-and-strife"
    $600 6
When it comes to steak, try this cut from just in front of the rump; it's "top"s
    $600 28
The pressures & joys of life after a divorce were explored on this sitcom starring Bonnie Franklin
    $600 11
"Song of the Flea" & "Song of the Rat" are found in Berlioz' work about the "Damnation of" this man
    $800 24
At the 1900 GOP Convention, he received 925 of 926 votes for the VP nomination; he declined to vote for himself
    $800 19
Alexey Pajitnov invented this classic game seen here
    $800 14
Headquarters was needed for Peel's new police force & this place was chosen as a matter of course
    $800 7
Rhyming with cod, it's a young fish like cod or haddock that's been split & readied for cooking
    $800 29
In boxing, a left jab followed immediately by a right cross
    $800 12
This popular golfer's fans were known as "Lee's Fleas"
    $1000 25
1 of 2 Whigs who served as vice president
    $1000 20
In the original Asteroids game, this was the term for jumping to a random location
    $1000 15
A Westminster court with the power to seize was in a chamber whose ceiling was covered in these
    $1000 8
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London) Traditionally at tea, scones is served warm with jam & this, named for an English county
    $1000 30
"In the country of the blind" this person "is king"
    $1000 13
The name of this brilliant purplish-red color comes from a word meaning flea

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

Jay Donna Lee Mike
$2,200 $600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Donna Lee Mike
$4,400 $2,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THAT OLD-TIME RELIGION
OUT-OF-FASHION BABY NAMES
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF AUTHORS
(Alex: And in honor of April Fool's Day...)
MUSIC FOR FOOLS?
CEREMONIES
"W"
    $400 17
Around 300 A.D. Christianity's main rival was the worship of Mithra, god of this heavenly body
    $400 12
It's the pet form of Chester used by newsman Huntley
    $400 8
The Palace Hotel in S.F. has played host to such luminaries as Oscar Wilde & this "Prince and the Pauper" scribe
    $400 1
This singer's version of "Moon River" wasn't the big hit, but he did take "A Fool Never Learns" to No. 13
    $400 3
At this type of ceremony May 20, 2002, John McCain spoke of parents' sacrifices & leaders of tomorrow
    $400 26
In some cultures, instead of becoming this creature of the full moon, men become hyenas instead
    $800 18
In the Vedic cult of this country, priests offered a hallucinogen called Soma to the gods, & had a nip themselves
    $800 13
Author Ferber might have known that this 4-letter female name is likely from the same root as a Biblical garden
    $800 9
This Scot is buried at Dryburgh Abbey near a view he so loved that his horses paused there on the way to his funeral
    $800 2
He had a hit with "Fools Rush In" in 1963, back when he was on a TV series with his parents & his brother
    $800 4
On Sept. 11, 2002, George W. Bush laid one of these bearing a special plaque at Ground Zero
    $800 27
A system of pipes & reservoirs, or a flood of tears that may be turned on for sympathy
    $1200 19
Around 500 B.C. this country's King Darius I recognized Zoroastrianism
    $1200 14
It's the first name used by the mogul seen here, but not by many of your kids' classmates
    $1200 10
"Women in Love" with this author can find the ranch he lived on in the '20s near Taos, New Mexico
    $1200 23
This Beatles tune was the 2nd Top 10 hit for Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66
    $1200 5
It's what a woman is holding when she says, "In the name of the United States I christen thee..."
    $1200 28
This impulse to travel is the title of Rebecca Solnit's book on the history of walking
    DD: $3,000 20
(Sarah of the Clue Crew at the Colosseum in Rome) Most women sat in the top rows, but this group of women stood next to the emperor in a special box
    DD: $2,600 15
It's more popular as the name of a beach on South Carolina's Grand Strand than of a baby girl
    $1600 11
This hard-drinking Welshman was residing in NYC's Chelsea Hotel when he met an untimely demise in 1953
    $1600 24
You'll feel "Guilty" if you don't know that Barry Gibb sang "What Kind of Fool" with her
    $1600 6
These ancient religious rites that include the Eleusinian ones sound like they were created by Agatha Christie
    $2000 21
This sect associated with the Dead Sea Scrolls numbered about 4,000 -- not for long, due to their celibacy
    $2000 16
It's the first name of Buddy Glass' big brother in stories by J.D. Salinger; he really needs no introduction
    $2000 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London) This "Private Lives" playwright & man about town loved to stay here in the Oliver Messel Suite at the Dorchester
    $2000 25
This bizarre band with a bassist named Sputnik had the same name as a Katherine Anne Porter novel
    $2000 7
Kodo is the Japanese ceremony of burning this, & sometimes trying to guess the type from the smell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Donna Lee Mike
$7,200 $9,000 $19,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORDS
It's the common English word that is pronounced differently when it becomes the name of a language

Final scores:

Jay Donna Lee Mike
$1 $1 $19,000
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $19,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jay Donna Lee Mike
$7,200 $9,000 $16,600
12 R,
1 W
12 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $32,800

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