Show #4204 - Thursday, December 5, 2002

Contestants

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Todd Hellman, an attorney from Lakeland, Florida

Amanda Waterman, a software engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina

James Pethokoukis, a journalist from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE MUSEUM OF FLIGHT
MUSIC'S MISSING LINKS
HOLY DAYS & FESTIVALS
LITERARY TITLE CHARACTERS
SWISS FAMILY FUN
Q WITHOUT U
    $200 16
After their use in WWI, Curtiss JN-4 Jennys were popular with these "storming" aerial acrobats
    $200 4
The period known as Lent begins on this day
    $200 1
This title character is governess to Adele Varens, Mr. Rochester's illegitimate child
    $200 21
In Geneva, learn about the brave history of this organization at Le Musee International de la Croix-Rouge
    $200 7
This adjective refers to a keyboard that's like a traditional typewriter with 6 particular letters at the upper left
    $400 17
[Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Museum of Flight in Seattle]
    $400 27
I Am a ____ Lobster
    $400 5
Isra Wa Al-Miraj commemorates Muhammad's night journey from this city to Jerusalem & his ascent into heaven
    $400 2
Though still living with her husband, a government official, she has an affair with the dashing Count Vronsky
    $400 22
The kids will feel right at home in one of the Golden Arch Hotels opened by this company in 2000
    $400 10
One way of spelling this Libyan leader's last name has a "Q" with no "U"
    $600 18
When in service in Vietnam, many F-4 Phantoms were equipped with these missiles named for a desert snake
    $600 26
Heartbreak ____ California
    $600 6
[Sofia of the Clue Crew reports lighting a menorah]
    $600 3
Squire Allworthy turns out to be this lusty young hero's uncle in a 1749 comic novel by Henry Fielding
    DD: $500 23
Your little tykes will want some apples after visiting the Burglen museum devoted to him
    $600 11
Many companies that qualify for the NYSE choose to sell their stock on this electronic service instead
    $800 19
[Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports from the Museum of Flight in Seattle]
    $800 28
She's a ____ Marmalade
    $800 14
Nirvana Day, February 15, commemorates the death of this leader
    $800 8
This lusty lady, the heroine of a 1722 Defoe novel, was married 5 times (including once to her own brother)
    $800 24
If the kids misbehave, show them the Ogre Fountain in this capital; it depicts an ogre devouring children
    $800 12
This country's ancient ruins of Ur & its ziggurat date back about 4,500 years
    $1000 20
The MIG-21 was the first Soviet plane to reach this speed equal to 1480 MPH
    $1000 29
I'm Like a ____ Dog
    $1000 15
All Saints' Day, November 1, is followed by All this Day on November 2
    $1000 9
A brand of shortbread cookies shares its name with this title heroine of an R.D. Blackmore historical novel
    $1000 25
In February, schoolchildren in the village of Scoul build the Hom Strom, or "Man of" this, & set him aflame
    $1000 13
This emirate has been run by the Al-Thani family since the mid-1800s

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

James Amanda Todd
$2,400 $3,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

James Amanda Todd
$3,000 $3,000 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MIDDLE AGES
THEATER
CITIES & TOWNS
BITS & PIECES
DOING HARD RHYME
12-LETTER WORDS
    $400 13
While Louis VII of France was off on one of these, Suger the Abbot of St. Denis ran the country in his stead
    $400 1
Method actors know Konstantin Stanislavsky opened his influential theater in this capital city in 1898
    $400 6
Joseph Juneau helped found Juneau, Alaska & Solomon Juneau founded this Wisconsin city known for beer
    $400 18
In the 1997-98 school year 365,000 students were subjected to this corporal punishment still legal in 23 states
    $400 11
She fed her many children "broth without any bread"
    $400 25
A religious grouping, or the monetary value of a bill
    $800 14
This group was expelled from England in 1290, Spain in 1492, Portugal in 1497 & France in 1182, 1306 & 1394
    $800 2
[Video clue with picture of Helen Hayes]
    $800 7
Lubbock in this state was named for Thomas S. Lubbock, a Civil War Ranger
    $800 19
More first ladies' first names have begun with this vowel than any other letter
    $800 12
After his fall, up he got "and off did trot as fast as he could caper"
    $800 26
(Dr. Joyce Brothers gives the clue) This 12-letter word, also called shacking up, isn't the same as marriage -- marriage can lead to more intimacy
    $1200 15
A leather made in Britain was called cordwain & by extension, cordwainers came to be people who made these
    $1200 3
This famous New York dance company is abbreviated the ABT
    $1200 8
Brooklyn, NYC's most populous borough, was named for Breuekelen, a village in this country
    $1200 23
This swift type of ship came from the way it used to cut through the miles
    $1200 24
He "brought back the tarts and vowed he'd steal no more"
    $1200 27
Someone whose task is to reeducate a former cult member
    $1600 16
Among the families claiming the throne of Scotland in the 1290s was this one led by Robert I
    $1600 4
(Hi, I'm Nathan Lane) I won the 1996 Tony, Drama Desk & Outer Critics Circle Awards for my role as Pseudolus in this Broadway musical classic
    $1600 9
Neil Simon might know Jefferson Davis made his home in this Mississippi town known for its "blues", not grays
    $1600 20
In 1941 over 500,000 Soviet troops were captured along with this capital of the Ukraine
    $1600 22
It's your condition if you have great admiration for Paris, Flaubert, Beaujolais, etc.
    DD: $500 17
After a hard day of conquering, Mehmed II, leader of this empire, probably liked to put his feet up & relax
    $2000 5
This "searching" play from 1921 introduced Pirandello's concept of "theater within the theater"
    $2000 10
Thomaston in this "Constitution State" was named for clockmaker Seth Thomas
    $2000 21
2 of the men used as models for this 1913 U.S. coin were named John Big Tail & Crow Tails
    DD: $5 28
From the Latin for "to correct", it's an adjective for someone who can't be corrected or reformed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

James Amanda Todd
$4,200 $5,800 $11,605
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PSYCHOLOGICAL TERMS
From the Greek for "womb", this disorder was once thought to be peculiar to women

Final scores:

James Amanda Todd
$100 $8,800 $11,602
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $11,602

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

James Amanda Todd
$4,200 $5,800 $15,200
9 R,
2 W
10 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $25,200

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