Show #4216 - Monday, December 23, 2002

Contestants

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Marc Goldenberg, an economist from Miami Beach, Florida

Erin Butler, a recent college graduate from Stewartsville, New Jersey

Laura Sturaitis, a marketing executive from Fort Lauderdale, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
MIND YOUR MANNERS
UNIVERSITY STATE
(Alex: We'll give you the school, you tell us what state that school is located in.)
DOUBLE-"Z" WORDS
    $200 18
In March 1836 he was named commander of the Texas army; by October he was president of the republic
    $200 11
This company serving about 30 million customers features the following in its ads

(Actor walking across the Jeopardy! stage:) "Can you hear me now? Good! Can you hear me now? Good!"
    $200 2
These 2 small, often high-pitched drums are often played while held between the player's knees
    $200 12
In this sport it's a common courtesy to replace the divots you create
    $200 26
Providence College & Roger Williams University
    $200 1
Often of spiral shape, it's a "stick" used to mix drinks
    $400 19
In May 1968 the Post Office celebrated the 50th anniversary of this kind of service
    $400 14
It was once described as 2 "beautifully embossed, choc. flavored wafers with a rich cream filling"
    $400 3
The 6-stringed Spanish version of this instrument has its strings tuned to E below the bass staff, A, D, G, B & E
    $400 13
While these body parts should be "off the table" when eating, it's okay when leaning over to talk to someone
    $400 27
Harvey Mudd College & Golden Gate University
    $400 7
When these birds are circling, the situation is not good
    $600 20
The base camp Richard Byrd dubbed Little America in 1929 is on this continent
    $600 15
This Australian-born moguls's first U.S. newspaper acquisition was the San Antonio Express & News
    $600 4
The valve version of this instrument, used by some jazz musicians, has an immovable slide
    $600 23
If a birthday child acknowledges the giver of a gift at the time he opens it, there's no need to send this
    $600 28
Sweet Briar College & Washington and Lee University
    $600 8
This restaurant chain began as a steak house right here in Culver City in 1958
    $800 21
The Job Corps came out of Lyndon Johnson's "War on" this
    $800 16
The "K" in K-Mart's name stands for this founder
    $800 5
This smaller type of transverse flute is pitched one octave higher than a regular concert flute
    $800 24
In the receiving line at a wedding reception this person is traditionally first
    DD: $500 29
Dana College & Platte Valley Bible College
    $800 9
Joseph Mollicone, Jr., formerly of Heritage Loan & Investment, committed this crime to the tune of over $10 million
    $1000 22
On July 8, 1853 Matthew Perry presented a letter from President Fillmore to the emperor of this country
    $1000 17
The lion on this French auto company's logo was adopted from Belfort, the city where an early model was made
    $1000 6
The timbrel mentioned in the Bible, it consists of a parchment stretched over a wooden hoop with metal jingles
    $1000 25
Acceptable "finger foods" include bacon, but only if it's crisp, & spears of this vegetable
    $1000 30
Madonna University & Wayne State University
    $1000 10
Chicken or turkey may be prepared in this style, with pasta & cream sauce

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

Laura Erin Marc
$800 $5,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Erin Marc
-$300 $4,400 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ODE TO ENGLAND
"J.B." SPORTS
WORDS WITHIN WORDS
PARTY TIME!
ALBEE
A MONKEY'S UNCLE
    $400 21
Joy in children he does cause; he's the British Santa Claus
    $400 26
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the American Airlines Center in Dallas) It's the name for the game-starting activity seen here
    $400 16
She's a real Bohemian when she wears this 5 inches above the knee
    $400 6
The name of this kind of prenatal party sounds like a downpour of little infants
    $400 1
Edward Albee said he got the title of this play about the dysfunctional George & Martha from a line of graffiti
    $400 11
A monkey's uncle might be confused in England where this "curious" fictional fellow is known as Zozo
    $800 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew in London) A hill & fortress, we explain, also share this bridge's name
    $800 27
In 1999 he was named the catcher on baseball's All-Century Team
    $800 17
While walking through Scarborough, we rested under the shade of this green place
    $800 7
Invited to a party for this wedding anniversary? Take some of the "bad luck" off it by giving lace, the traditional gift
    $800 2
Miss Alice is the richest woman in the world in this Albee play
    $800 12
A monkey's uncle would have to travel to this large island off Africa if he wanted to visit his lemur relatives
    $1200 23
Of Great Britain's 4 areas, it is the newest, & its seats in the House number the fewest
    $1200 28
In boxing, this division with a type of fowl in its name goes up to 115 pounds
    $1200 18
His intelligence is limited -- in fact it's equal to that of this arachnid
    $1200 8
(Hi, I'm Jeff Probst [in Thailand]) I'm glad I wasn't in this party that reached the Sierras in 1846; people didn't just get voted off, they got eaten
    $1200 3
In 2002 this Edward Albee drama that's subtitled "Who is Sylvia?" won the Tony for Best Play
    $1200 13
A monkey's uncle could tell you that blood's Rh factor is named for these research monkeys
    $1600 24
The football club many think is best, it features the cannon, seen here, in its crest
    $1600 29
A month after winning the 1984 Olympic marathon, she got married & added Samuelson to her name
    $1600 19
You may have to do this to a computer disk to enable it to store information
    $1600 9
Harold Pinter wrote a 1958 play named for this kind of "party"
    $1600 4
Albee's play "The Death of" this singer, the "Empress of the Blues", examines race relations
    $1600 14
An uncle of this loud monkey species heard here might tell him to "Keep it down!"
    $2000 25
Not Mike or Micky but he takes the podium, & accepts an award for the discovery of sodium
    DD: $5,800 20
2 things they love in Europe are the flugelhorn & this winter sport
    DD: $1,300 10
This famous Edgar Allan Poe story concerns "A gay and magnificent revel" that turns horribly deadly
    $2000 5
Jerry tricks Peter into killing him in this one-act play set in New York's Central Park
    $2000 15
A monkey's uncle would go to Borneo to find this "nosy" monkey species

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Erin Marc
$6,400 $8,400 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR WINNERS
She's the first woman to win 2 Best Actress Oscars before the age of 30

Final scores:

Laura Erin Marc
$0 $3,999 $5,600
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $5,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laura Erin Marc
$8,200 $8,400 $7,800
13 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R,
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $24,400

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