Show #3921 - Monday, September 24, 2001

2001 Back to School Week game 1.
Introduction of the "new" Clue Crew.

Contestants

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Nicole Tantoco, a 12-year-old from San Ramon, California

William Marengo, an 11-year-old from the Bronx, New York

Katie Baxter, a 10-year-old from Glenside, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

SUNDAY SCHOOL
ARTS & CRAFTS
THE AGE OF AQUARIUMS
STORY PROBLEMS
WHAT I DID ON SUMMER VACATION
RATED G
    $100 1
The Lord’s Prayer begins by addressing God who "art in" this place
    $100 11
Punch a wick hole in the bottom of an empty milk carton, melt some wax & you're on your way to making this
    $100 26
The Great Lake Aquarium featured fish that live in this kind of water, as opposed to saltwater
    $100 16
If string licorice is 20 cents a foot, a yard costs this much
    $100 15
Rode a mule from the south rim to the floor of this landmark to go whitewater rafting on the Colorado River
    $100 4
It took 48 pigs (& an animatronic double) to play this '95 title ham role
    $200 2
God told Abraham to sacrifice his son, then sent one of these messengers to say, "never mind"
    $200 12
Go dotty & make a pair of these out of clay; the opposite sides should add up to 7
    $200 27
It's fun to ride the riverboat from the Audubon Zoo to the Aquarium of the Americas in this Louisiana city
    $200 17
If Fred can eat 5 figs in 5 minutes, he can eat this many in a half hour
    $200 18
Learned to surf while staying on Waikiki on this Hawaiian island
    $200 5
In a nod to the TV show of Tim Allen, voice of Buzz Lightyear, a "Binford Tools" toolbox appears in this '95 film
    $300 3
From the Latin for "threefold", it's the understanding of God as including Father, Son, & Holy Spirit
    $300 13
String together one of these Hawaiian necklaces using construction paper flowers, straws & yarn
    $300 28
These "tuxedoed" birds are a highlight of the Splash Zone at the Monterey Bay Aquarium
    $300 23
If 25% of the total U. S. Senate voted yea on a law, this many Senators voted nay
    DD: $1,900 19
Went to Yellowstone & saw this geyser erupt right on schedule, as its name promised
    $300 6
The "First Movie" from this card game features an evil clone, Mewtwo, who wanted to rule the world
    $400 8
In the Bible God often speaks through these people, like Isaiah & Jeremiah
    $400 14
With a brown lunch bag, white yarn for the top stitching & a little imagination, you can make one of these; hike!
    $400 29
Seen here, the beluga type of this mammal is one of the main attractions at Chicago's Shedd Aquarium
    $400 24
Number of kids you need to form 16 3-legged race teams
    $400 20
Stayed at the Ahwahnee Hotel in the valley of this national park; saw Glacier Point & Half Dome on a hike
    $400 7
Alec Baldwin played Mr. Conductor on this title steam engine's "Magic Railroad"
    $500 10
Psalm 50 declares that God is this, like those found on Earth in a courtroom
    $500 22
You can shake things up after making this wintry item using a baby food jar, water, sparkles & tiny figures
    $500 30
On April 13, 2001 a bottlenose one of these mammals was born at the National Aquarium in Baltimore
    $500 25
As the school yearbook can fit 12 student photos on a page, it would need this many pages for 144 students
    $500 21
Loved the Gown Gallery--an exhibit about the First Ladies--in this Smithsonian museum
    $500 9
Dickie Jones voiced this Disney wooden puppet who dreamed of becoming a real boy

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

Katie William Nicole
$1,400 $1,500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie William Nicole
$2,900 $3,400 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER
(Alex: We sent the Clue Crew out there. They had a lot of fun.)
FAST FOOD
(Alex: You guys will have a lot of fun with that.)
U.S. POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS
MAGAZINES
ON THE STAGE
RATED "G"
    $200 26
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew does his darndest to topple at an exhibit at the California Science Center.) On the high-wire bike, a weight lowers the rider's center of this, so it's almost impossible to fall! ...Whoa!
    $200 1
The icon seen here is also the founder, spokesman & namesake of this fast-food chain
    $200 16
MN
    $200 21
Style of music that's the main subject of Word Up! Magazine
    $200 11
"Rumple Who?" is an interactive musical based on this fairy tale
    $200 4
He got more popular votes for president than George W. Bush in 2000 but lost the election
    $400 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew visits Tess, the 50-foot-tall woman at the California Science Center.) As Tess' heart pumps to supply extra oxygen, the lights represent this system that distributes blood
    $400 2
Head chef since 1993, Andrew Selvaggio has served billions & billions for this restaurant
    $400 17
MD
    $400 22
Gimme a C. Gimme an H. Gimme a couple of Es--soon you'll have the mag for the "American" one of these
    DD: $1,200 12
When this animated film became a Broadway musical, Rafiki became a female character
    $400 5
The first book of the Bible, or a Phil Collins rock band
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew picks up some chicks at the California Science Center.) Directional term for the short, fluffy feathers seen on this newly hatched chick
    $600 3
The girl seen here is the logo of this burger chain
    $600 18
ME
    $600 23
These twins seen here launched their own magazine in 2001
    $600 13
Based on Frances Hodgson Burnett's book, this musical is named for the "secret" place
    DD: $600 8
Last name of the brothers who first published their fairy tales in 1812
    $800 29
(Sofia of the Clue Crew climbs the rock climbing wall at the California Science Center.) A climber who shouts "Give!" to his belayer is asking for more of this--give!
    $800 6
The BK Broiler & Chicken Tenders are on the menu at this chain
    $800 19
MA
    $800 24
In the Girls' Life story "Can I Date My BFF's old BF?", BFF is best friend forever & BF is short for this
    $800 14
In "Starmites 2001" Eleanor enters the world of this kind of "book" & becomes a "superhero girl"
    $800 9
This "thirst quencher" comes in such flavors as Citrus Cooler, Tropical Burst & Cool Blue Raspberry
    $1000 30
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew shakes things up at the California Science Center.) I'm learning how earthquakes happen, when these continental sections are pushed together or pulled apart
    $1000 7
The Big Montana is one of the signature roast beef sandwiches from this restaurant
    $1000 20
MI
    $1000 25
The supplement seen here came with a 2000 issue of this magazine
    $1000 15
Mrs. Potts & Lumiere both wear wigs made of yak hair in this popular musical
    $1000 10
In computers, it's a measure of storage capacity equal to 1 billion bytes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie William Nicole
$3,100 $6,000 $15,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
It's the only U.S. state that touches 2 oceans

Final scores:

Katie William Nicole
$0 $1 $12,001
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Winner: $12,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Katie William Nicole
$3,100 $4,400 $14,400
12 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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