Show #4262 - Tuesday, February 25, 2003

(Cheryl: Clues about some of the sweetest '60s sounds from the Motown Historical Museum, next on Jeopardy!.)

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Collette Ryder-Consugar, a grant specialist from Rochester, Minnesota

Andy Anagnos, a management consultant from Santa Monica, California

Alex Gershman, a research consultant from Falls Church, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
NURSERY RHYME PHOBIAS
MOTOWN
"P"EOPLE
PASTA GLOSSARY
HOOKED ON HOMOPHONICS
    $200 1
It's been said that this country "has but one hero, William Tell, and he is a myth"
    $200 6
If you're frigophobic, you won't like your pease porridge this way
    $200 26
(Sarah of the Clue Crew in front of Motown Studios in Detroit) In 1959, with $800 borrowed from his family, he founded Motown, which he dubbed "Hitsville, USA"
    $200 14
With the Mets since 1998, he's been called "The greatest-hitting catcher ever to play the game of baseball"
    $200 7
A very thin pasta, capelli d'angelo means angel this
    $200 17
A cherished stag
    $400 2
To tour a port wine lodge in the city of Oporto, you'd have to go to this country
    $400 12
If Mary's lamb had didaskaleinophobia, it would have been too scared to follow her here
    $400 27
On one of his early albums, released in 1963, he was billed as a "12 year old genius"
    $400 22
If you know that he bought a half interest in his father-in-law's brewing co. in 1864, you win the blue ribbon
    $400 8
The bow-tie shaped farfalle gets its name from the Italian word for this insect
    $400 18
A naked Fozzie
    $600 3
This country is credited with giving Buddhism to Asia & what are called Arabic numbers to the West
    $600 13
Georgie Porgie didn't suffer from philemaphobia, a fear of this
    $600 28
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew inside Motown Studios in Detroit) In this very studio, the Temptations recorded their greatest hits, including this one that begins, "I've got sunshine, on a cloudy day..."
    $600 23
A 1956 car crash cut short the life of this American drip artist
    $600 9
Slender vermicelli is less appetizing when you realize its name is from the Italian for this invertebrate
    $600 19
The spicy yellow condiment assembled for roll call
    $800 4
In 1993 Eritrea formally declared its independence from this country
    $800 15
While Mary, Mary was quite contrary, she didn't seem to have antophobia, a fear of these
    $800 29
The Supremes had the most No. 1 hits of any U.S. group, beginning with this song in 1964: "Baby, baby..."
    $800 24
She made a name for herself during the Revolutionary War by bringing water to thirsty soldiers
    DD: $1,000 10
Flat & broad, linguini is named for this body part
    $800 20
The appropriate initiation ceremony
    $1000 5
The Sinhalese make up nearly 75% of this island country's population
    $1000 16
As he may have had peniaphobia, a fear of poverty, he was in the counting-house counting all his money
    $1000 25
This great Israeli-born violinist was stricken by polio when he was 4
    $1000 11
Conchiglie are these, usually ridged
    $1000 21
An unemployed object of veneration

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

Alex Andy Collette
$1,200 $1,200 -$2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Andy Collette
$4,600 $3,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BALLET
SPORTS LEFTIES
1831
TRENDY!
17th CENTURY DRAMA
"EX" RATED
    $400 1
"1963: Yesterday" is danced to music made famous by this group, including "Yesterday"
    $400 2
This "Marvelous" lefty boxer KO'd Thomas Hearns in a classic 3-round brawl
    $400 24
With a B.A. from Cambridge in hand, he headed out to sea to see the world as a naturalist
    $400 14
At one point it was fashionable to say "Gray is the new" this; we don't know what the new gray is
    $400 12
The 1620s comedy "The Spanish Gipsy" took its plot from this Spanish novelist
    $400 7
Banishment from home or country
    $800 22
In 1999 Ballet Pacifica premiered "Moonlight", performed to a sonata by this composer
    $800 3
This lefty seen here hits two-handed on both the forehand & backhand
    $800 25
This fighting group was created in 1831 by Louis Philippe for service outside France
    $800 15
They're the 2 appliances in a sub-zero over-under model
    $800 13
Pierre Corneille's masterworks "Horace" & "Cinna" are set in this city
    $800 8
To dig for artifacts
    $1200 23
In a ballet based on Bizet's opera, this hussy of a heroine meets a violent end outside a bullring
    $1200 4
This fun-loving Raiders quarterback of the '70s was known as "Snake"
    $1200 26
In 1831 Pedro I abdicated his throne in this country to his 5-year-old son & went back to Portugal
    $1200 16
It's the 6-letter nickname for a BMW
    $1200 19
"Carolus Stuardus" by Andreas Gryphius is about this executed king of England
    $1200 9
Boyd Matson hosts this National Geographic television program
    $1600 29
The story & the music of the ballet "Revenge" come from this composer's opera "Il Trovatore"
    $1600 5
Seen here, he learned to golf lefty by standing opposite his father & imitating Dad's swing
    DD: $4,000 27
First settled in 1831, it's not true that this Michigan city was acquired from local Indians for 25 cents & a box top
    $1600 17
This "24-hour" activity of buying & selling stocks for short-term gain boomed in the '90s
    $1600 20
As their name implies, disguises were a usual element in these dramas performed at court
    $1600 10
Overstatement for effect
    $2000 6
The Braves' pitching staff in the '40s was said to be this lefty "and (Johnny) Sain and two days of rain"
    $2000 28
In 1831 the Anti-this party held the first national nominating convention in U.S. history
    $2000 18
Some restaurants prefer to call the Patagonian toothfish the Chilean one of these
    DD: $3,000 21
This playwright's "Bourgeois Gentilhomme" is stunned to find that he's been speaking prose all his life
    $2000 11
The 1943 landmark philosophic work "Being and Nothingness" espouses this philosophy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alex Andy Collette
$15,000 $12,400 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN NOVELS
Chapter III of this 1826 novel is prefaced by a quote from the poem "An Indian at the Burial-Place of His Fathers"

Final scores:

Alex Andy Collette
$25,000 $24,790 $3,199
New champion: $25,000 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alex Andy Collette
$15,000 $9,800 $6,800
24 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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