Show #4224 - Thursday, January 2, 2003

Contestants

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Lori Duff, an attorney from Loganville, Georgia

Alex Prinstein, a fifth grade teacher from Venice, California

Jeff Lovingood, a middle school teacher from Jacksonville, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

REPTILES
(Alex: Oh boy!)
ON THE MANTELPIECE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
20th CENTURY WOMEN
CDs
(Alex: And some of us remember...)
"L.P."s
    $200 1
The tuatara, whose name is Maori for "having spines", lives on islands just off this country's coast
    $200 19
Your photos may be in this type of frame that's covered with a thin layer of simulated gold
    $200 4
In 1253 Robert de Sorbon founded a school of theology in this city
    $200 9
In August 1977 she opened her first cookie store in Palo Alto, California
    $200 26
Paul McCartney's 1982 album "Tug of War" features this duet with Stevie Wonder
    $200 14
They're caused by uterine contractions during childbirth
    $400 2
It's the only U.S. state where you'll find both alligators & crocodiles in their native habitats
    $400 20
Oxeye daisies in a vase provide a touch of this color in their center disks
    $400 5
This university's Christ Church College was opened by Cardinal Wolsey in 1525
    $400 10
Her childhood in Red Cloud, Nebraska influenced her "O Pioneers!" & other works
    $400 27
1995's "Every Breath You Take" is a CD of "The Classics" by this pop group
    $400 15
Prison workers really do make these, including the vanity type
    $600 3
It's said that a common box one of these, Terrapene carolina, lived to be around 130 years old
    $600 21
The ultimate bowling trophy may be the Chris Schenkel Player of the Year Award given by this organization
    $600 6
He was pres. of Case Western Eclectic Institute in Hiram, Ohio 1857-61; his term as U.S. pres. lasted 6 months in 1881
    $600 11
This future first lady was born Anne Frances Robbins & her stepfather Loyal Davis adopted her when she was 14
    $600 28
The 1987 Album of the Year Grammy went to U2 for this album
    $600 16
Facility seen here at Kennedy Space Center
    $800 23
This venomous lizard is named for a river basin in the American Southwest where it's found
    $800 22
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports) The name of this vessel comes from the action I'm performing
    $800 7
This university in Indiana is administered by the Congregation of Holy Cross
    $800 12
In the 1960s she was credited with making the first recorded observations that chimps eat meat & make & use tools
    $800 29
Appropriately, the song "Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel" is on the soundtrack to this 2000 girl power flick
    $800 17
For the Hyundai Accent, it's just under $10,000
    $1000 24
Overhunting of deer & wild boar, its main food, has threatened the existence of this Indonesian monitor
    DD: $1,000 25
2 models of these containers are consolation & treasure rosewood
    $1000 8
The campus of this Ivy League school lies at the head of Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay
    $1000 13
In 1996 this "Heidi Chronicles" playwright wrote a children's book, "Pamela's First Musical"
    $1000 30
"The Space Between" is one of the tracks on "Everyday" by this man's "Band"
    $1000 18
Objects appear to get smaller & parallel lines converge in the distance in this system of spatial representation

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

Jeff Alex Lori
$400 $1,600 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Alex Lori
$2,400 $3,200 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICANS
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
LITERARY BEFORE & AFTER
THE LIQUOR CABINET
CROWN ME
(Alex: You have to identify the country.)
FOOD WORDS & PHRASES
    $400 1
The Mojave, who originally lived on this river, still have a reservation on it
    $400 19
Troy Garity, who played Bruce Willis' cousin in "Bandits", is the son of Tom Hayden & this actress
    $400 4
Richard Llewellyn's Welsh mining family moves to NYC & pops pills in this bestseller by Jacqueline Susann
    $400 5
Martell & Remy Martin are makers of this fine French brandy named for a town
    $400 12
A Low Country:
King Albert II
    $400 11
Food term for the items being worn here
    $800 2
Now usually meaning a conference, it has also meant to practice magic
    $800 20
This TV "bride" is seen here with her mom, who played Burt Lancaster's sister in the film "Sweet Smell of Success"
    $800 6
Stanley Kowalski yells, "Stel-lahhh!" on Ephraim Cabot's farm in this collaboration by Tennessee Williams & Eugene O'Neill
    $800 10
It's smooth sailing for this brand of smooth Scotch whisky, whose logo is seen here
    $800 17
Africa:
King Mohammed VI
    $800 13
The name of this fast-growing fungus can also mean to grow or develop rapidly
    $1200 3
From where they made their homes, the Anasazi, ancestors of the Pueblo, are called these
    $1200 21
This brother of an Oscar-winning "Runaway Bride" earned his own Oscar nomination for "Runaway Train"
    $1200 7
Lorraine Hansberry drama in which the Chicago Youngers go to Pamplona with Jake Barnes & Lady Brett
    DD: $1,800 26
The milk used for this blend of spirit reportedly accounts for some 4.3% of all the milk produced in Ireland
    $1200 18
Europe:
Queen Margrethe II
    $1200 14
It's information stored on your computer to record your activities when visiting a website
    $1600 22
In an 1830 treaty, the Choctaw nation ceded all of its land east of this river to the U.S.
    $1600 23
Don of the Everly Brothers was ever-so-briefly the father-in-law of this Guns N' Roses singer
    $1600 8
Satire in which Lemuel visits Lilliput with Steinbeck's poodle
    $1600 15
It's what would carry the item seen here, or proverbially "bring a rural fellow to town"
    DD: $1,400 25
The Seminoles began as a branch (or is it tributary) of this tribe
    $2000 24
Heather MacRae sings "If I Loved You" & "Oklahoma!" on her CD tribute to this singer, her dad
    $2000 9
Epic poem in which Lucifer, expelled from heaven, finds inner peace in Shangri-La
    $2000 16
To suffer the consequences of your own actions is to "stew" here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Alex Lori
$8,000 $12,000 $10,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACADEMY AWARD WINNERS
She won many Oscars, including those for 1949's "The Heiress", 1951's "A Place in the Sun" & 1973's "The Sting"

Final scores:

Jeff Alex Lori
$6,000 $2,399 $5,600
2-day champion: $15,800 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Alex Lori
$9,000 $12,800 $10,800
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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