Show #4210 - Friday, December 13, 2002

Contestants

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Claudine Damm, a student from Coconut Creek, Florida

Kyle Pope, a software entrepreneur from Odenton, Maryland

Willie Holmes, a truck loader and bartender from Chicago, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $39,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

BARBRA STREISAND
THE "WAY" WE WERE
THE MAINE EVENT
HELLO, DOLLY!
A CZAR IS BORN
PEOPLE WHO KNEAD PEOPLE
(Alex: Alright, we're going to have fun today!)
    $200 13
On July 1, 1998 Barbra married this actor
    $200 1
An escalator is often referred to as a "moving" one
    $200 6
Don't tell Idaho, but this is Maine's leading agricultural crop also
    $200 11
Collectors call the original version of this doll the No. 1 Ponytail (& she has holes in her feet for display)
    $200 26
Born 1530, died 1584, known for his extreme despotism
    $200 21
Effleurage is a smooth, 2-handed stroke used in this "national" type of massage
    $400 14
1976 love theme title that completes the lyric "Love, ageless and..."
    $400 2
"The record shows" that Elvis & Sinatra "took the blows" in hit versions of this song
    $400 7
Vikings led by this man may have visited what's now Maine around 1000 A.D.
    $400 12
Wanna see this Microsoft guy in his underwear? Buy the paper doll book that lets you dress him up as Janet Reno
    $400 27
Born 1868, died 1918, 'nuff said
    $400 22
Focusing on stimulating this part of the body, Eunice Ingham developed the concept of reflexology
    $600 15
In "Funny Girl" & "Funny Lady", Barbra Streisand portrayed this funny lady
    $600 3
In the 9th century Harald the Fairhaired became the first ruler of what is now this country
    $600 8
Wear sensible shoes if you attempt walking the entire 2,100 miles of this trail that runs from Georgia to Maine
    $600 16
Arcola, Illinois, the birthplace of Johnny Gruelle, has a museum devoted to this rag doll duo he created
    DD: $3,800 28
Born 1672, died 1725, built Russia's second-largest city
    $600 23
The name of this type of massage from Japan means "finger-pressure"
    $800 19
A Pat Conroy novel was the basis for this film, Barbra's second as a director
    $800 4
In 1938 he flew out of New York & landed in L.A.....uh, make that Dublin
    $800 9
In 1820 Maine separated from this state to become the USA's 23rd state
    $800 17
June Foray, the voice of Bullwinkle's pal Rocky, provided the original voice for this "gabby" doll intro'd in '59
    $800 29
Born 1551, died 1605, inspired a drama by Pushkin & an opera by Mussorgsky
    $800 24
2-word term for the type of massage that targets muscle layers further below the skin than usual
    $1000 20
In 1962 Streisand played Miss Marmelstein in this garment industry Broadway musical
    $1000 5
Ray Bradbury took the title of this "evil" book from "Macbeth", Act IV, Scene I, Line 45
    $1000 10
This Maine college was the alma mater of both Henry Wadsworth Longfellow & Nathaniel Hawthorne
    $1000 18
In the 1800s some doll heads were made from this unglazed porcelain whose name sounds like a seafood soup
    $1000 30
Born 1818, died 1881, freed the serfs & sold Alaska
    $1000 25
On-site massage is also called this type, which comes from the Latin for "body" & can mean "relating to a large company"

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

Willie Kyle Claudine
$2,000 $2,000 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Willie Kyle Claudine
$5,000 $7,600 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MAIDS IN GREEK MYTH
PLAYING DOCTOR
(Alex: We want you to name the actor who played each doctor.)
PLANTS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
OPERA
PHRASES REVERSED
(Alex: Let me give you an example of what might appear as a clue in this one: if we said the answer is, "A kids' game: Miss O'Donnell at a boxing match", the correct response would be "Rosie around the ring" instead of "Ring around the Rosie"; that's the kind of reverse thing we're looking for.)
    $400 9
The name of this woman who allowed all kinds of evil into the world means "gift of all the gods"
    $400 4
(Dr. John) Becker
    $400 21
Blue, Sitka & Engelmann are varieties of this conifer
    $400 1
This state's John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park features an underwater bronze statue, "Christ of the Deep"
    $400 16
"The Marriage of" this servant of Count Almaviva was once banned in France lest it incite the lower classes to revolt
    $400 26
Farragut's quote:
fire underwater missiles into barriers that restrict water flow
    $800 10
It's the collective name for Clotho, Lachesis & Atropos, who determined human life & destiny
    $800 5
Dr. Kildare
(1961 to 1966)
    $800 22
This kidney-shaped nut comes from an evergreen tree, Anacardium occidentale, that may grow to 40 feet in height
    $800 2
John Wilkes Booth's notebook is on display in the Lincoln Museum at this site seen here
    $800 17
Much of this Puccini opera takes place in a cafe in Paris' Latin Quarter
    $800 27
Anthem's end:
the Native American warrior associated with the residence
    DD: $2,500 11
She served as the goddess of Greek cities & was also called Parthenos, or "The Maiden"
    $1200 6
Dr. Victor Ehrlich on "St. Elsewhere"
    DD: $10,800 23
In the 1950s pollen grains of this crop plant estimated to be 60,000 years old were found in Mexico City
    $1200 3
A park in Fort-de-France, capital of this island, has a statue of Napoleon's wife Josephine, born on the isle
    $1200 18
In 1928 he & Bertolt Brecht "jazzed" up "The Beggar's Opera" to create "The Threepenny Opera"
    $1200 28
Scientific principle:
the Hoover hates to work outside among grass & trees
    $1600 12
This goddess of the moon was Apollo's twin sister
    $1600 7
Medical examiner Dr. Jordan Cavanaugh
    $1600 24
The scientific name of this carnivorous plant found in the Carolinas means "Aphrodite's Mousetrap"
    $1600 14
If you're a shop-a-holic, begin your walking tour of this Tahitian port at the Vaima Center, a high-rise shopping center
    $1600 19
This Humperdinck opera developed from verses written by his sister which were based on a Grimm fairy tale
    $1600 29
A Capote title:
Ms. Thiessen has gone to the IHOP
    $2000 13
Queen of the Amazons, her marvelous girdle was taken by Hercules
    $2000 8
Dr. Harry Weston on "Empty Nest"
    $2000 25
(Sarah of the Clue Crew along the banks of the Monkey River in Belize) The dried leaves of the tres puntos plant are used to treat this food poisoning, often caused by poultry or eggs
    $2000 15
This ceremonial drink of Fiji is made from the roots of a pepper plant & is served in a coconut shell cup
    $2000 20
This Johann Strauss operetta has appeared in an English version titled "Night Birds"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Willie Kyle Claudine
$11,000 $23,200 $13,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
In 1992 Nathan E. Cook, the last veteran of this war, died

Final scores:

Willie Kyle Claudine
$0 $33,200 $100
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $33,200 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Willie Kyle Claudine
$11,000 $10,400 $11,800
17 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $33,200

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