Show #4441 - Monday, December 22, 2003

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Contestants

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Tom Underwood, an attorney from Haddon Heights, New Jersey

James Meyers, a student-teacher from Kingston, New York

Erika Rogers, a bartender from Indianapolis, Indiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIOLO"G"
SINGERS ALSO KNOWN AS
PULITZER PRIZE CATEGORIES
AMERICAN WOMEN
TEST YOUR SNOW HOW
WORD HISTORY
    $200 8
These line up in single file on chromosomes
    $200 1
This stage name of Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitis may "dawn" on you
    $200 23
Bill Mauldin in 1945 & 1959
    $200 6
In 2002 the people of this state said Aloha as they welcomed Linda Lingle, their first woman Governor
    $200 13
One of these Inuit dwellings can be made out of sod or wood, as well as snow
    $200 7
Logically enough, it combines a word meaning "child" & old criminal slang for "to steal"
    $400 9
Types of these include sweat & endocrine
    $400 2
This R & B diva's real last name is Arnold, not Lewinsky
    $400 24
Joe Rosenthal in 1945 for work done on Iwo Jima
    $400 19
It wasn't Mel Brooks' wife but another woman named this who was the first to cross the ice to the North Pole
    $400 14
For a snowstorm to be called one of these, it must have winds higher than 32 mph for 3 hours or longer
    $400 10
The Pentagon drafted this word meaning "fix firmly" for a program of linking reporters with combat units
    $600 16
In animals that give birth to live young, it's the term for the period between conception & birth
    $600 3
Bill Robinson the dancer was known as "Bojangles"; Bill Robinson the singer is nicknamed this (what a "Miracle"!)
    $600 25
Robert Lowell in 1947 & 1974
    $600 20
She painted "Hoosick River, Summer, 1952", seen here, when she was in her 90s
    $600 26
Around 1800 Barry, a dog of this breed, saved more than 40 people trapped in the snow in the Swiss Alps
    $600 11
It was coined in 1854 after "marine vivarium" proved unsatisfactory
    $800 17
The name of this colorful nerve tissue of the brain is also slang for the intellect
    $800 4
No kidding, this rapper-singer's real name is Bob Ritchie
    $800 29
Samuel Barber in 1958 & 1963
    $800 21
After her daughter was killed by an inebriated motorist, Candy Lightner founded this organization
    $800 27
(Video of Sofia in Squaw Valley, CA) Most snowflakes are basically symmetrical, and have this many sides
    $800 12
If you believe in nothing, you may be attracted to this philosophy, from the Latin for "nothing"
    $1000 18
The pancreas produces this hormone that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood
    $1000 5
"If I had a hammer", I'd hammer out his full first name: it's Trinidad
    $1000 30
David McCullough, twice
    DD: $600 22
Born in 1821, she's the only woman in modern history to have founded a major religion
    $1000 28
This hare with a white winter coat is named for its large feet that help it get around in winter snow
    $1000 15
The name of the go-between for Troilus & Cressida evolved into this word meaning "to cater to low tastes"

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

Erika James Tom
$3,000 $1,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erika James Tom
$5,000 $2,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

GRENADA
ROBIN WILLIAMS ROLES
MEN ON SKIS
___ & ___
HEIR RAISING
NOVELS
    $400 6
Those who enjoy this activity can see the wreckage of the ocean liner Bianca C, which sank off Grenada in 1961
    $400 1
Peter Banning aka Peter Pan
    $400 10
(Video of Sofia in Squaw Valley, California.) In 1960, at Squaw Valley, Jean Vuarnet became the first man to win Olympic gold on skis made of this, not wood
    $400 14
Food term also meaning one's basic means of support
    $400 11
The eldest son of Queen Beatrix, Willem-Alexander is the heir to the throne of this Low Country
    $400 7
In this novel, Ishmael's roommate aboard the Pequod is a Polynesian prince named Queequeg
    $800 18
You can study this at St. George's University, like the nearly 650 American students rescued by the 1983 invasion
    $800 2
DJ Adrian Cronauer
    DD: $1,200 30
At the Battle of Suomussalmi in December 1939, this country's ski troops dealt the Russians a shocking defeat
    $800 15
The Amish dress in a plain style, using these 2-piece fasteners, not buttons
    $800 22
DNA helped prove Anna Manahan was not this Russian heiress as she claimed
    $800 8
This title character in a Dickens novel receives a gunshot wound during a burglary with Bill Sikes
    $1200 19
On the left of Grenada's flag, seen here, is this spice, for which the country is famous
    $1200 3
Prep school English teacher John Keating
    $1200 29
(Video of Sarah in the Sierra Nevadas.) For 20 years in the mid-1800s, John Thompson skied over the Sierra Nevadas, a 3-day journey, to do this for the government
    DD: $1,200 16
In early English law, it was pursuit of an offender with loud shouts of alarm
    $1200 24
This 12th century Duchess of Aquitaine gave England an heir in her son, Richard the Lion-Hearted
    $1200 9
On the island of Glubbdubdrib, a sorcerer showed him apparitions of Hannibal & others with whom he talked
    $1600 20
Carriacou, part of Grenada, is the largest of this group of 600 of the Windward Islands
    $1600 4
Therapist Sean McGuire
    $1600 27
This 3-time Olympic gold medalist from Bologna says his weaknesses are wine, women & tortellini
    $1600 17
In Genesis 3 God said, "Behold, the man is become as one of us, to know" these
    $1600 25
With no male heir, Julius Caesar adopted this grandnephew who later became Emperor
    $1600 12
It's Claude Frollo's profession in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
    $2000 21
Columbus reached Grenada in 1498, but this fierce tribe kept colonizers away until 1650
    $2000 5
Sax player Vladimir Ivanoff
    $2000 28
(Video of Sofia in Squaw Valley, California.) This maker of skiing films taught skiing here at Squaw Valley, back when it had just one chair lift
    $2000 23
The origins of tap lie in this dance created by 19th century African Americans
    $2000 26
The 843 A.D. Treaty of Verdun divided this great Frankish king's empire among 3 grandsons
    $2000 13
In an 1894 Mark Twain novel, it's the nickname the townsfolk gave to eccentric lawyer David Wilson

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erika James Tom
$16,600 $200 $8,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FRUIT
Its name is from the Portuguese for "goblin", referring to the facelike appearance of its 3 depressions

Final scores:

Erika James Tom
$15,599 $200 $600
3-day champion: $40,599 3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Erika James Tom
$16,600 $1,400 $10,600
20 R,
0 W
7 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $28,600

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