Show #4246 - Monday, February 3, 2003

2003 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

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John Matthews, a senior from Escondido, California

Stephanie Ehresman, a senior from Shirley, New York

Tyler Allard, a senior from Garrett Park, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

GHOSTS OF LONDON
TV GUIDE SAYS
U.S. COINS
SYNONYMBLE
INSPECT HER GADGET
NICKNAMES REJECTED BY P. DIDDY
    $200 12
Attention, Colonel Sanders: the ghost of one of these birds has been seen flapping around Highgate since the 1600s
    $200 7
"Football Coach Homer Makes Bart His QB"
    $200 23
$20 gold coins were a specialty of this mint whose mark is a "D"
    $200 18
Alice in Wonderland could tell you that a looking-glass is a synonym for one of these
    $200 1
In 1903 Mary Anderson invented this device that makes it easier to see when you're driving a car in the rain
    $200 2
It's the hole & flap in your portal that allows your schnauzer to go in & out
    $400 13
Dozens of drivers have reportedly seen a ghostly double-decker one of these careening around Kensington
    $400 8
"Rachel Teaches Joey the Fine Art of Losing After He's Nominated for an Acting Award"
    $400 24
In 1973 Congress thought about making pennies in this light metal, but the copper industry objected
    $400 20
2 of the 3 animals for which pachyderm is a synonym
    $400 27
Margaret Knight invented a machine to make the square-bottomed variety of these grocery store items in 1870
    $400 3
It's a burger with cheese & grilled onions on rye bread and toasted in an iron skillet
    $600 14
A ghost seen in a gutter at Whitechapel may be that of Polly Nicholls, this murderer's first victim
    $600 9
"Eddie Visits a Dog Psychiatrist"
    $600 17
If you like to roll your own coins, you know there are this many pennies in a standard roll
    $600 19
This synonym for the Netherlands technically refers to only part of the country
    $600 28
The holder of 28 patents, Helena Augusta Blanchard invented the first of these that could do a zigzag stitch
    $600 4
It's the abbreviation for a device that stores your data; a Palm Pilot, for example
    $800 15
The Drury Lane, a famous one of these in London, is haunted by a "man in grey" who sometimes shows up for matinees
    $800 10
"Grissom and Catherine Investigate the Murder of a Wealthy Couple..."
    $800 25
Just prior to all those individual state designs, the quarter had one of these birds on the back
    DD: $1,000 21
As a verb, this Aboriginal weapon is a synonym for backfire
    $800 29
A holder of 49 patents, Beulah Henry invented one of these to duplicate documents long before Xerox
    $800 5
It's a soft pad used to apply makeup to the face, or an old derby for female pilots
    $1000 16
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from London) It's said the ghost of this nine-day queen appears on February 12, the anniversary of her execution on Tower Green
    $1000 11
"Amy Hears a High-Profile Paternity Case That Involves a Dead Billionaire with Big-Name Attorneys"
    $1000 26
A study done in 1978 found people hated this coin even before it was issued; it looked too much like a quarter
    $1000 22
If someone asks you for another term for one of these books made famous by Roget, tell him, "synonym finder"
    $1000 30
Lillian Moller Gilbreth invented the type of this household item with the step-on opener still used today
    $1000 6
International travelers like this airport shop that eliminates import & export fees

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Tyler Stephanie John
$2,000 $2,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Stephanie John
$2,800 $6,800 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHORT STORIES
SEEING STARS
WORLD HERITAGE SITES
ANIMAL PASSION
THE 1400s
"PE" CLASS
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letters "P-E".)
    $400 11
In this story, a shattered pumpkin is found where the Headless Horseman threw his head at Ichabod Crane
    $400 12
You can catch this "Men in Black" star in TV reruns of "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"
    $400 22
Famous for its half dome & waterfalls, this California national park is a World Heritage Site
    $400 26
Males of these animals abandon their mates, so the "Goldilocks" family isn't realistic
    $400 1
The age of this this type of fighting man was ending; the Teutonic ones got whupped by King Casimir IV of Poland
    $400 3
Jesus told him "Upon this rock I will build my church"
    $800 17
"The Monster and Other Stories" by this "Red Badge of Courage" author appeared in 1899, 1 year before his untimely death
    $800 13
In 1994 this funny man could be seen in "The Mask", "Dumb and Dumber" & "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective"
    $800 23
There's a possible $53,000 fine if you remove coral from this World Heritage Site on Australia's northeast coast
    $800 27
This rodent's quills are missing from the underside of the female's tail (fortunately for the male)
    $800 2
A key part of the Italian Renaissance was the discovery of literature in these 2 languages
    $800 4
Type of person who sees a glass as half empty, rather than half full
    $1200 18
His famous stories "Franny" & "Zooey" were published originally in The New Yorker
    $1200 14
You'll see a lot of stars in 2001's "Ocean's Eleven", including this actor as Danny Ocean
    $1200 24
Christianity & Judaism recognize this city's Old City as this site of Abraham's aborted sacrifice of his son
    $1200 28
Geese & these birds that include the trumpeter type mate for life; ducks are more promiscuous
    $1200 5
In 1453 this country's warriors won the Battle of Castillon & the Hundred Years' War was finally over
    $1200 6
Aim high & maybe one day you'll wind up living in this top-floor luxury apartment
    $1600 19
Miss Marple & her friends meet once a week to solve mysteries in "The Tuesday Club Murders" by this author
    $1600 15
Great Scot! In "Moulin Rouge", this lad from "Phantom Menace" shows off his singing talents
    $1600 21
The national park named for this mountain, Africa's largest point, was added to the list in 1987
    $1600 29
Bull elephants rarely fight, but the over 5,000-pound elephant type of these often battle it out
    DD: $3,600 9
Portuguese sailors crossed this line & found that the ocean didn't boil there, as was thought
    $1600 7
It's a list of ancestors, especially of a purebred dog
    $2000 20
Even Uncle Vanya might be bored by "A Boring Story", which this Russian playwright wrote in 1889
    $2000 16
This star of "O" & "10 Things I Hate About You" is often seen at Columbia Univ., where she's an English major
    DD: $10,000 25
A major maritime power from the 10th century, this Italian city is "an extraordinary architectural masterpiece"
    $2000 30
In the red uakari, a South American species of this, males want to be as red-faced as possible to attract females
    $2000 10
This empire lost Ankara in 1402, but got it back the next year
    $2000 8
In mythology she's the faithful & patient wife of Odysseus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tyler Stephanie John
$26,000 $16,800 $13,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
Elizabeth Shoumatoff was sketching his portrait when he fell unconscious April 12, 1945; he died 2 hours later

Final scores:

Tyler Stephanie John
$33,601 $22,000 $26,000
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tyler Stephanie John
$16,000 $16,600 $13,000
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $45,600

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