Show #4629 - Thursday, October 21, 2004

2004-B Kids Week game 4.

Contestants

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Alex Nutman, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Chevy Chase, Maryland

Edward Lee, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Sacramento, California

Lorna Johnson, a 12-year-old seventh grader from Willowbrook, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

GOING TO THE DOCTOR
CHORES
BRUSSELS SPROUTS
HOMEWORK
BEDTIME
"NO" FUN
(Alex: Each correct response will start with those two letters.)
    $200 4
If eggs give you hives, doc will do a skin test to see if you have one of these, an abnormal reaction to something
    $200 10
The Disney movie about this hero includes his labor of defeating the monstrous Hydra
    $200 6
French-speaking kids learn that Brussels is the capital of Belgique; we call the country this
    $200 11
For starters you can read the first entry, dated June 14, 1942, in this girl's diary
    $200 1
The 2 sizes of beds that sound like you have to be royalty to sleep on them
    $200 24
Spitzbergen is an island in this Scandinavian country
    $400 5
You'll wear a lead apron when the doctor uses this imaging technique developed in the 1890s to check for a broken foot
    $400 16
In "The Santa Clause 2", Santa has to find one of these quick or he won't be Santa anymore
    $400 17
We imagine that a popular pet for Brussels kids is the Brussels griffon, one of these
    $400 12
Continue working on your math problems & give us this square root of 121
    $400 2
From the Latin for "cushion", this warm bed covering is made of 2 layers of fabric with a layer between them
    $400 27
In 1988 the United Nations' peacekeeping forces were awarded this important prize
    $600 7
Your optometrist may use drops to dilate this circular opening in the center of the iris
    $600 19
It's into the bowels of this fiery mountain that Frodo must cast the ring to destroy it
    $600 18
Manneken-Pis, a statue in Brussels of a little boy, is part of one of these watery sights in the city center
    $600 13
For science, classify rocks according to their 3 main types: metamorphic, sedimentary & this
    $600 3
This baby bed with a 4-letter name often has high barred sides to keep the baby from falling out
    $800 8
It might feel like your arm is going to explode when that rubber cuff is inflated, but the doc is just measuring this
    $800 20
Harry Potter accomplishes the task of breathing underwater with the help of this weed
    $800 22
Kids can eat with their hands at Leon, a restaurant specializing in this seafood that rhymes with "Brussels"
    $800 14
Write one of these 3-line, 17-syllable Japanese poems; any subject
    $800 25
If you stay overnight at a B&B, in the morning you'll know that it stands for "bed &" this
    DD: $500 28
2-word Latin name of an Eastern Canadian province
    $1000 9
Otitis media & otitis externa are common infections of this body part; doc may prescribe drops or antibiotics for it
    $1000 21
God's many commands to him include one in Numbers 26 to count all 600,000 men of Israel
    $1000 23
They might need a drummer boy when this battle that sealed Napoleon's fate is re-enacted near Brussels every 5 years
    $1000 15
For week's end, brush up on your Spanish & translate "Gracias a Dios es viernes" for us
    $1000 26
If you're spending the night in the famous Lincoln bedroom, you're sleeping in this mansion

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

Lorna Edward Alex
$600 $4,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lorna Edward Alex
$2,200 $6,800 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
CELEBRITIES
U.S. STAMPS
ELECTION TIME
KIDS IN THE 1960s
ANATOMICAL HOMONYMS
    $400 26
During the 1930s America went through a period of hardship and poverty known as the "Great" this
    $400 1
This 18-year-old Disney Channel star shared an apartment in Los Angeles with Lindsay Lohan; "That's so" her
    $400 10
Well doggone it, in 2001, this beloved character appeared on the stamp seen here
    $400 5
The 9 judges on this body in Alabama, unlike the one in Washington, D.C., run for election
    $400 20
...heard him say on Aug. 28, 1963, "Even though we face the difficulties of... tomorrow, I still have a dream"
    $400 16
It's the singular pronoun of your visual organ
    $800 27
In 1368 the Ming dynasty didn't just take over this country, they urned it
    $800 2
This Canterbury native became a household name after playing Legolas in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy
    $800 12
A 2004 stamp celebrated the 200th anniversary of this pair's expedition across the U.S.
    $800 6
Many polling places are at this type of establishment you know well; Al Gore voted at one in 2000
    $800 21
...went hoarse screaming at the TV on Feb. 9, 1964 when this band played "She Loves You" on "Ed Sullivan"
    $800 17
It's the male deer that pounds in your chest
    $1200 28
This country won the battle of Stalingrad, August 1942-February 1943
    $1200 3
This young star was Michael Caine & Robert Duvall's grandnephew in "Secondhand Lions"
    $1200 13
This naval hero appeared on a 1979 stamp along with the motto "I have not yet begun to fight"
    $1200 7
John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon are seen here during one of these in 1960, the first year they were held
    $1200 22
...read about the first 7 U.S. astronauts in this '60s NASA program named for the messenger of the Roman gods
    $1200 18
It's the large rabbit that grows out of your head
    DD: $3,200 29
In the 1460s this South American people took the Chimu empire; within 100 years they were subdued by the Spanish
    $1600 4
The first name of this "Even Stevens" co-star rhymes with "Hiya"
    DD: $1,400 14
Part of the "Celebrate the Century" series, the stamp seen here honored the first observance of this in the 1970s
    $1600 8
34 of them will be elected in 2004, as others, including Orrin Hatch and Dianne Feinstein, put their feet up and watch
    $1600 23
...learned in 1966 of the creation of this African-American cultural festival that's celebrated from Dec. 26-Jan. 1
    $1600 19
It grasps how you smell
    $2000 11
This 16-year-old girl from Texas was golden in women's all-around gymnastics at the 2004 Olympics
    $2000 15
On my honor, this girl scout leader was honored on a 3-cent stamp in 1948
    $2000 9
A Californian moving to Poland can apply to become a permanent this type of voter
    $2000 24
...discussed the 1964 political ramifications of the Labour party's Harold Wilson becoming this nation's PM (sure!)
    $2000 25
It's the extraordinary achievement of the terminal parts of your legs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lorna Edward Alex
$2,600 $18,600 $8,100
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE EARLY 20th CENTURY
On April 11, 1912, from a pier in Queenstown, Ireland, Francis Browne took one of the last known photos of this

Final scores:

Lorna Edward Alex
$2,200 $17,200 $5,201
3rd place: $1,000 + an AOL for Broadband computer package Winner: $17,200 + an AOL for Broadband computer package 2nd place: $2,000 + an AOL for Broadband computer package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lorna Edward Alex
$2,600 $23,200 $8,400
9 R,
1 W
25 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,200

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