Show #4422 - Tuesday, November 25, 2003

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Contestants

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Joe Holtzmann, a teacher from Wahiawa, Hawaii

Karen Kratzer, a tax accountant from Annapolis, Maryland

Scott Troy, a student from Highland Park, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

WE "LOVE" LITERATURE
THE BOYS IN THE BAND
POTPOURRI
& IN THIS CORNER
THE FOOD BIZ
COMIN' UP SHORT
    $200 15
What can you say about a 33-year-old novel by Erich Segal? Perhaps just this, the book's title
    $200 1
Chris Novoselic,
Dave Grohl,
Kurt Cobain
    $200 3
Damon Runyon mentions gefilte fish in this 1932 collection of tales
    $200 10
In the 1411 Battle of Harlaw, it was the Lowland Scots vs. these Scots
    $200 17
Peas & lima beans were among the first frozen foods sold by this Ho! Ho! Ho! company in 1961
    $200 4
A DMZ is a demilitarized zone; dz is short for this quantity
    $400 16
(Video of Cheryl in Providence, RI.) This is the original 1920 manuscript of a horror story by this author, whose initials stood for Howard Phillips
    $400 2
Adam Clayton,
Bono,
Larry Mullen, Jr.,
The Edge
    $400 13
The British Home Office's crime computer was named the "Home Office Large Major Enquiry System" after him
    $400 11
The First Peloponnesian War was just Sparta vs. this city
    $400 22
The top ice cream brands sold at the supermarket are private label, followed by these 2 rhyming brands
    $400 5
for is short for foreign; aft is short for this period (a timely response is expected)
    $600 26
Modern lit just wouldn't be the same without such seminal works as this 1969 Jacqueline Susann novel
    $600 7
John Entwistle,
Roger Daltrey,
Keith Moon,
Pete Townshend
    $600 14
A belief that they increased the content of something in milk provided the name of these yellow flowers
    $600 12
On the card in the 1916 Battle of Jutland was the British fleet vs. this country's fleet
    $600 23
"Do something good for yourself" is the slogan for this line of healthier frozen entrees from Stouffer's
    $600 6
Things you bought whsle, wholesale, might have come out of the whs, this
    DD: $800 30
Despite war & outbreaks of disease, the love of Florentino for Fermina endures in this Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel
    $800 8
Johnny Rotten,
Sid Vicious,
Steve Jones,
Paul Cook
    $800 18
(Video of Jeff Probst in the Amazon Rainforest, Brazil.) Until about 1910, the economy of the Amazon depended on the other black gold, this resource, derived from latex.
    $800 20
In the 1491-92 siege of Granada, the Spanish defeated this group
    $800 24
In the '50s Betty Bitesize was the spokesperson for this line of Ralston Purina cereals
    $800 28
mgr, it's a title for a biggie in the Church, & no, it's not manager
    $1000 29
It's the only Evelyn Waugh novel we know that became a film starring Jonathan Winters & Liberace
    $1000 9
Mick Mars,
Nikki Sixx,
Tommy Lee,
Vince Neil
    $1000 19
The Little Entente was a 1920s alliance of Romania, Yugoslavia & this country that's since split in 2
    $1000 21
The Second Punic War was Rome vs. this
    $1000 25
Tater Tots was an invention of this company in 1953
    $1000 27
sec is short for second & nsec is this, one-billionth of a second

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

Scott Karen Joe
$2,600 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Karen Joe
$3,600 $4,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATES BY COUNTY
'90s MOVIE CHARACTERS
CALTECH
2-LETTER WORDS
BUSH MEN
OF THE KALAHARI
    $400 7
Powhatan,
Spotsylvania,
Appomattox
    $400 2
In "Ed Wood", this movie Dracula describes Boris Karloff with a string of expletives
    $400 11
All Caltech undergrads take 5 terms of this, including Quantum & Classical Mechanics
    $400 1
In the children's game of tag, what the pursuer is
    $400 17
William Farish, who gave Millie the dog to Bush I, was sent to London by Bush II with this nice job
    $400 20
The Kalahari's not all dry: the Okavango River feeds the Okavango one of these marshy areas
    $800 8
Barnstable,
Nantucket,
Plymouth
    $800 3
(Video of Sofia at the California Science Center Titanic Artifact Exhibit.) In "Titanic", this character, played by Kate Winslet, sweeps down the grand staircase to meet Jack
    $800 12
Caltech Biochemist Henry Borsook helped develop these guidelines; 6 mg of Niacin for a 2-year-old is one example
    $800 9
Follow the yellow brick road & give us this 2-letter nickname for Australia
    $800 18
From 1995 to 2000 he was CEO of the energy firm Halliburton
    $800 21
The hartebeest & tsessebe are 2 of these animals you may see bounding gracefully across the plain
    $1200 13
Apache,
Cochise,
Navajo
    $1200 4
This central character in "Clueless" shares her name with an entertainer
    $1200 24
Norman Church endowed the Chemical Biology lab after a Caltech Prof cleared him of doping this animal
    $1200 10
Eye-opening art movement of the 1960s
    $1200 19
Bush speechwriter Daid Frum coined this phrase for a trio of nefarious nations
    $1200 26
A depression between these "hills", which can be a mile long & 200' high, is called a straat, "street"
    $1600 14
Antrim,
Huron,
Mackinac
    $1600 5
The cop who gets Van Goghed in this film has a name, Marvin Nash
    $1600 29
Nobel Prize winner Ahmed Zawail holds a chair named for this 2-time Nobelist (for Chemistry & Peace)
    $1600 16
In the title of a classic beginner book by PD Eastman, it comes before & after "Dog"
    $1600 22
This ever-poised Press Secretary left the post in July of 2003
    DD: $1,000 27
Using watering holes, this Scot struggled across the Kalahari in 1849
    $2000 15
Waldo,
Aroostook,
Penobscot
    $2000 6
In "Braveheart", the English King who's trying to "take our freedom"
    DD: $2,000 30
In 1935 Caltech alum Arnold Beckman developed this 2-letter meter to measure acidity in lemon juice
    $2000 23
The home of Abraham, this Sumerian city was rediscovered in the 1850s
    $2000 25
In March 2003 Senate Democrats stalled Bush's nomination of this Hispanic-American to the Court of Appeals
    $2000 28
(Video of Jimmy with a map of Africa.) The Kalahari covers portions of Botswana, South Africa, and this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Karen Joe
$10,000 $14,200 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION
The 2 main religions on this island nation are Greek Orthodox & Islam

Final scores:

Scott Karen Joe
$9,953 $20,001 $11,000
3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $20,001 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Scott Karen Joe
$10,000 $14,200 $9,400
12 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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