Show #4243 - Wednesday, January 29, 2003

Jackie Harrison game 2.

Contestants

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Eileen Hand, a temporary executive assistant from Dumfries, Virginia

Patrick Krug, a marine biologist originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Jackie Harrison, a surgeon from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

CHICKS WITH BICS
(Alex: Uh boy, what is that about?)
"DOLLAR"S & "CENT"S
A WINDY CATEGORY
(Alex: I suppose that's for you, Jackie.)
SUNNY SONGS
WHICH CAME FIRST?
ATHLETES' RHYME TIME
    $200 1
Mildred Wirt Benson, who died in 2002 at age 96, was the 1st author of the Nancy Drew books, written under this name
    $200 2
Term for the highest amount paid for a commodity or service
    $200 11
The 1967 NFL "Ice Bowl" game was played in -46 degrees, if you include this factor
    $200 16
This song by The Animals is actually about a house of ill repute
    $200 21
The New York Mets,
the Chicago Cubs,
the Florida Marlins
    $400 3
Mary Poppins was created by this Australian author whose initials stood for Pamela Lyndon
    $400 7
Celsius
    $400 12
A typical warm winter wind of Switzerland is called Schneefresser, meaning "eater" of this
    $400 17
The 5th Dimension hit No. 1 with a medley of "Aquarius" & this song from the musical "Hair"
    $400 22
Washington statehood,
California statehood,
Oklahoma statehood
    $400 29
Armstrong's furtive looks
    $600 4
She's the First Daughter who's written about "Murder in the Smithsonian", "on Capitol Hill" & "at the FBI"
    $600 8
World Book says that this round animal found in shallow coastal waters resembles a fuzzy brown cookie
    $600 13
Like hurricanes, these pacific tropical cyclones get names; Omar devastated Guam in 1992
    DD: $1,000 18
George Harrison wrote this Beatles song in one day in Eric Clapton's garden
    $600 23
By birth:
Richard Nixon,
Ronald Reagan,
John F. Kennedy
    $600 26
Piazza's fondnesses
    $800 5
In 1994 this First Daughter published a seductive novel called "Bondage"
    $800 9
From the Latin for "to teach", it's a lecturer or tour guide in a museum
    $800 14
It's best to bring your boat in on this side of the dock, meaning the side the wind reaches last
    $800 19
According to the title of this Stevie Wonder hit, "That's why I'll always be around"
    $800 24
"Laverne & Shirley",
"Mork & Mindy",
"Happy Days"
    $800 27
Former Raider Lamonica's casks
    $1000 6
"The Shelters of Stone" is the fifth installment in her "Earth's Children" series
    $1000 10
Having a common center, such as a series of circles
    $1000 15
(Video clip from the Science Center of Minnesota) It's believed that tornadoes begin with a rising current of warm air called this, which eventually starts rotating
    $1000 20
So don't delay, act now, you might as well name this song by Smash Mouth heard here
    $1000 25
"Potato Eaters",
"Starry Night",
"Crows in the Wheatfields"
    $1000 28
Gannon's wall recesses

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

Jackie Patrick Eileen
$3,800 $600 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Patrick Eileen
$6,000 $2,000 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

1903
ONE-WORD FILM TITLES
A LITERARY TOUR
MIT
ICH BIN EIN BERLINER
WHEEL OF JEOPARDY!
    $400 22
Perhaps saying, "This is a bully cable!", he sent the first message over the Pacific Cable to the Philippines
    $400 3
Maurice Chevalier introduced the song "Thank Heaven for Little Girls" in this movie musical
    $400 2
In Madrid, a plaque marks the house where this "Don Quixote" author lived & died
    $400 8
MIT announced in April 2001 that it plans to make almost all of its course materials available free via this
    $400 1
Once upon a time (well, in 1841) these brothers moved to Berlin to teach at the university
    $400 13
Patience, especially at the racetrack

H_ L _   Y _ _ R
H _ R _ _ _
    $800 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) Like Dayton, Ohio itself, the cycle shop where the Wright Brothers worked in 1903 can be called "The Birthplace of" this
    $800 6
Reviewers said this Mariah Carey film & its soundtrack were "not exactly gold"
    $800 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) "Cursed be he that moves my bones" is a chilling last line of the inscription over this man's grave
    $800 27
After the 2000 election debacle, MIT & this West Coast school said they'd jointly study better voting procedures
    $800 18
Carl Philipp Emanuel of this family was employed in Berlin as a court musician
    $800 14
Forever vanished, perhaps by tornado

G _ _ E   W I _ _
_ _ E   W I _ _
    $1200 24
Willem Einthoven invented the "string galvanometer" to measure electrical charges here -- be still, mine
    $1200 9
Tom Cruise got an Oscar nomination for his part in this 1999 film about the San Fernando Valley
    $1200 5
See the gardens or ride the rides in this Moscow locale, the title setting for a Martin Cruz Smith novel
    $1200 19
His resume includes reporter, West Berlin mayor, West German chancellor & Nobel Peace Prize winner
    $1200 15
Hidden enemy

S N _ _ _   _ N
_ H _   _ R _ S S
    DD: $2,000 25
Edward VII became the first man to meet the Pope as head of this body that popes once headed
    $1600 10
Peter Shaffer wrote the screenplay for this 1984 biopic that was based on his play of the same name
    $1600 7
The building near Rome's Spanish Steps where this English romantic poet died in 1821 is now a memorial & library
    DD: $1,500 20
The "Tales of" this Berlin-based writer inspired composers like Offenbach & Tchaikovsky
    $1600 16
A bad place to be in a pool room

B E _ _ N _   _ H E
E _ _ H _   B _ _ _
    $2000 26
The M in IMRO, which rebelled against Ottoman rule, refers to ths Balkan republic near Greece
    $2000 11
Ads for this 1939 film said, "Garbo Laughs"
    $2000 12
In 1373 at Florence's Church of Santo Stefano, this "Decameron" author gave a reading of "The Divine Comedy"
    $2000 21
This Berliner developed a cholera inoculation but is best known for his syphilis test
    $2000 17
Superstitious rap

K _ O _ K   O _
_ O O D

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jackie Patrick Eileen
$17,200 $1,600 -$2,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TRANSPORTATION
In 1936 the man who beat Joe Louis returned home on the famous craft named this

Final scores:

Jackie Patrick Eileen
$11,200 $1 -$2,500
2-day champion: $35,601 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jackie Patrick Eileen
$16,800 $1,600 $0
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
6 W
7 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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