Show #4478 - Wednesday, February 11, 2004

2004 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Matt Nordsten, a junior from Altadena, California

Heather Goodlett, a sophomore from Hanceville, Alabama

Ashley Anderson, a junior from Arlington, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

UNUSUAL PLANTS
PROFESSIONAL SPORTS
RIVER COUNTRY
THE MALL
OPERAS YOU'LL LIKE
"O" YEAH, SURE
    $200 21
Reaching a height of only about 2 inches, the dwarf willow is said to be the world's smallest one of these
    $200 12
In 2003 this San Francisco Giants slugger won his record 6th National League MVP award & his third in a row
    $200 1
The Thames,
The Avon,
The Tweed
    $200 10
In 1917, G. Clifford Noble & William Barnes formed a partnership & opened up this type of store
    $200 24
Alberich & Mime are a pair of fascinating dwarfs in "Das Rheingold", an opera by this composer
    $200 5
In 1998 Crayola Crayons added 24 new colors, including pig pink, fuzzy wuzzy brown & sunset this
    $400 22
A species of this plant seen here can grow as much as three feet in one day
    $400 15
NASCAR's Brickyard 400 race is held on the same track as this Memorial Day Weekend race
    $400 2
The Ganges,
The Brahmaputra,
The Godavari
    $400 11
You can buy a watch at Swatch, whose name is a combination of watch & this nationality
    $400 25
"In Klezkavania" is an opera from this North American country in which Klezmer & ska mix with songs by the Plaid Tongue Devils
    $400 6
If you were born in October, you have a choice of birthstones: tourmaline or this
    $600 23
From the plant's hooded shape, a variety of lily bears the name of this venomous Asian snake
    $600 16
(I'm Chris Jenkins of the NFL.) In 1993 NFL owners picked this team, based in Charlotte, as the first expansion team since 1976
    $600 3
The Loire,
The Seine,
The Marne
    $600 14
Get sheets, towels & more at the store called Bed, Bath & this
    $600 28
A nymph is the heroine of "Asconia in Alba", which this Austrian wrote when he was 15
    $600 7
This bird's habit of crouching with its neck stretched out encouraged the myth that it buries its head in the sand
    DD: $1,800 26
This plant, Dionaea muscipula of the Southern U.S. can take up to 12 days to digest an insect
    $800 17
In 1999 this Los Angeles hockey team moved its home arena from the Great Western Forum to the Staples Center
    $800 4
The Weser,
The Rhine,
The Rhur
    $800 18
This term for a trunk often kept at the end of a bed is the name of an athletic shoe store
    $800 29
If you love insect operas (& who doesn't), try to see this one named for the chirper "on the hearth"
    $800 8
If you're a purist, gumbo just isn't gumbo without these slimy green pods
    $1000 27
Because of its foul odor, a North American swamp plant is called this type of "cabbage"
    $1000 20
(Hi, I'm Amare Stoudemire.) In 2003 I won this NBA award Kareem won in 1970 & Allen Iverson won back in 1997
    $1000 13
The Tiber,
The Arno,
The Po
    $1000 19
It follows "Panda" in the name of a quick-service Chinese eatery & is by itself in the name of a women's clothing store
    $1000 30
"The Second Hurricane", a "play opera" for high schools, is by this composer of "Appalachian Spring"
    $1000 9
If you "spot" this wildcat of the Americas, you may mistake it for a margay

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

Ashley Heather Matt
$2,800 $2,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Heather Matt
$3,000 $5,000 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEDIEVAL EUROPE
PUPPETRY
GENERAL SCIENCE
LOCK, STOCK OR BARREL
U.S. PRESIDENTS
SAME FIRST & LAST LETTER
    $400 10
Before becoming one of these mounted warriors, one had to serve first as a page, then a squire
    $400 26
In a TV movie, Drew Carey plays this toymaker whose puppet masterpiece is Pinocchio
    $400 11
It's what the letter "C" stands for in the abbreviation AC/DC
    $400 20
Meat broth used as a foundation for a soup
    $400 1
He moved into the White House in November 1800, the same month Congress had its first session in Washington
    $400 2
It's the nickname of the hero of "Great Expectations"
    $800 13
These Christian military expeditions in the Middle Ages were organized to capture Palestine
    $800 27
The puppet seen here is a star of this stage musical
    $800 12
Check Google on your computer & you'll discover that a googol has this many zeros
    $800 21
A leg or head hold in wrestling
    $800 3
He sent James Monroe to Paris hoping only to purchase New Orleans & West Florida
    $800 4
Bad faith or malice must be proved in cases of this, written defamation
    $1200 15
In the 900s the Moors built a fortress called Magerit on the site of what is now this Spanish city
    $1200 28
In Nike ads, this basketball star shared center court with his puppet alter-ego "Little Penny"
    $1200 14
The Mohorovicic
Discontinuity is the boundary between the Earth's crust & this layer
    $1200 22
In 1962 Gordon & Carole Segal founded Crate & this
    $1200 6
Daniel Webster's son gave this man the news of William Henry Harrison's death, which made him president
    $1200 5
It can be a pointed remark or a pointed projection on a fishhook
    DD: $700 16
On October 14, 1066, the Duke of Normandy defeated the troops of Harold II near this town
    $1600 29
A foundation named for this Muppet creator supports the work of puppet artists
    $1600 17
The 2 heaviest ones of these particles, top & bottom, were originally called truth & beauty
    $1600 23
Engineering achievement seen here in Central America
    $1600 8
(Sofia of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from the Ronald Reagan Library.) In 1991, these five U.S. presidents gathered for the dedication of the Reagan Library
    $1600 7
Rocky Mountain House & Calgary are both in this Canadian province
    $2000 24
In 1265 in Britain, Simon de Montfort summoned the first elected representatives to this assembly
    $2000 30
For decades this beloved puppeteer served up Lamb Chop to children
    $2000 18
In 1985 a new carbon molecule, shaped like a geodesic dome, was discovered & named for this designer
    $2000 25
Cooper product
    $2000 9
He carried 40 states in the 1928 election, 6 in 1932
    DD: $1,000 19
This impulse-conducting cell consists of a cell body, several dendrites & one axon

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Heather Matt
$11,800 $9,600 $9,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

ART BOOKS
The 2003 book "Disarmed" tells the story of this sculptural masterpiece

Final scores:

Ashley Heather Matt
$8,300 $10,000 $14,300
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ashley Heather Matt
$11,800 $10,600 $9,000
19 R,
5 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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