Show #4080 - Friday, May 3, 2002

2002 Million Dollar Masters quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Eric Newhouse, a director of technical assistance from Vermillion, South Dakota

Leslie Frates, a Spanish teacher from Hayward, California

Chuck Forrest, a lawyer and CEO from London, United Kingdom

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NEW YORK TIMES HEADLINES
NIETZSCHE, I'M GLAD TO MEETCHA
CLASSIC TV
YOUR FEMININE SIDE
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS
18 YEARS OF LEFTOVERS
(Alex: Leftover clues from our shows.)
    $200 2
In 1988, yes, 1988, the Times reported, "For computers" this year "may prove a bit traumatic"
    $200 13
This one of St. Paul's 3 virtues, said Nietzsche, "is the worst of evils, for it prolongs the torment of man"
    $200 3
Fred MacMurray played Dad to Robbie, Chip & Ernie on this long-running comedy
    $200 7
A "wet" one of these breast-feeds another woman's child
    $200 4
This motorcycle manufacturer sponsors an owners group called H.O.G.
    $200 1
From Season 3:
This "Pretty Baby" once suggested wearing red mascara, because it's "perfect for the disco"
    $400 5
Its split-up in 1982 was noted with the headline seen here
    $400 20
One of the 2 things Nietzsche called "the 2 great European narcotics"
    $400 14
Psst! This game show hosted by Garry Moore & then Steve Allen ran for 15 seasons
    $400 10
(Dr. Joyce Brothers reads the clue.) If you're sure you've met this "correct" man but he's skittish, keep your options open
    $400 18
XJ6 & XKE are models of this car
    $400 6
From Season 14:
21-year-old Frances Folsom married 49-year-old Grover Cleveland in this "colorful" room
    $600 8
In the January 11, 1946 headline "UNO Opened", UNO was short for these 3 words
    $600 21
Nietzsche's family called him by this nickname, like the 1984 Democratic U.S. presidential nominee
    $600 15
In 1973 Beverly Hillbilly Buddy Ebsen returned to series TV as a private eye on this show
    $600 11
Completes the title of a 1977 play, also Victorian advice to new brides, "Shut Your Eyes and..."
    DD: $1,000 22
This fast-food chain got its name from a character in "The French Connection"
    $600 9
From Season 12:
Horace's quote "Permitte divis cetera" means "Leave the rest to" these beings
    $800 12
The end to this man's trial was noted with the January 22, 1950 headline seen here
    $800 28
Between 1872 & 1879, Nietzsche often visited Richard Wagner at his home in this city northeast of Nuremberg
    $800 16
This occult series featuring Darren McGavin premiered in September 1974, on Friday the 13th
    $800 19
An Estee Lauder perfume, or the type of non-rational sensing that's proverbially "feminine"
    $800 27
This chain owned by The Gap began selling its dog supply line of canine fashions, accessories & toys in 2001
    $800 24
From Season 11:
British nonsense poet who wrote the 1877 poem "The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo"
    $1000 23
A November 9, 1917 story said this Russian "in exile lived in the Bronx"; "real name is Braunstein"
    $1000 29
Further complicating his health, Nietzsche worked as a hospital attendant during this 1870-71 conflict
    $1000 17
Officers Toody & Muldoon kept order in the Bronx on this '60s comedy
    $1000 26
Born Francisco Rabaneda, in the 1960s he clothed women in dresses held together with metal rings
    $1000 30
Based in Laufen, Switzerland, this company makes cough drops & breath mints from Alpine herbs
    $1000 25
From Season 10:
This count who commanded a French force at Yorktown had almost become a priest

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

Chuck Leslie Eric
$2,800 $2,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Leslie Eric
$8,000 $5,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS & THEIR CHARACTERS
BEST DRAMATIC ACTOR TONYS
"C" IN SCIENCE
KING ME!
TRAVEL FUN
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 5
She fictionalized her affair with Nelson Algren in "Les Mandarins", & based the heroine's husband on Sartre
    $400 26
"Death of a Salesman"
(1999)
    $400 9
It's Latin for "bark" (like on a tree); the cerebral type is the layer that covers your brain
    $400 10
Maybe Columbus was trying to butter up this king when he gave his son the same name in 1488
    $400 12
Shop for "Mystery Pipes", whose designs don't appear until you smoke them, in this cheese-y city 17 mi. E. of Delft
    $400 6
Walt Whitman poem about the duo that sang "Love Will Keep Us Together"
    $800 8
This Bronte sister based the debauched Huntingdon in "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall" on her brother Branwell
    $800 27
"The Great White Hope"
(1969)
    $800 16
This type of cable has insulated conducting material around a separately insulated conducting tube
    $800 4
Meeting with President Clinton in 1996, he's the king seen here
    $800 21
You won't want to miss the ancestral chateau of the Counts of Egmont at Gaasbeek in this Low Country
    $800 7
He sang "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?" when negotiating a peace treaty with Japan & as Ike's Secretary of State
    $1200 14
The title of this D.H. Lawrence novel refers to the Brangwen sisters
    $1200 28
"Mark Twain Tonight!"
(1966)
    DD: $2,500 18
In an experiment, it's the "group" of people not receiving the treatment under study
    $1200 3
"Le Bref" was the epithet of this medieval king, Charlemagne's father
    $1200 22
Observe wild animals from this famous hotel where Princess Elizabeth was when she became Queen of England
    $1200 11
Hey Lady! This star of "The Nutty Professor" created the Mad Hatter
    $1600 15
A wild romance with Alfred de Musset inspired this Frenchwoman with a masculine name to write "Elle et lui"
    $1600 29
"Sunrise at Campobello"
(1958)
    $1600 19
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew finds some enormous turtles.) This word, derived from Spanish, refers to the upper part of a turtle's shell
    DD: $3,000 2
He was deposed by the Bavarian government in 1886; must've made him really "Mad"
    $1600 24
Let opera wash over you at the Roman baths named for this emperor who ruled from 211 to 217
    $1600 13
Frequent "What's My Line" panelist & vocalizing equine in a '50s film series
    $2000 23
A character known as "Sister" narrates this Mississippi woman's famous story "Why I Live at the P.O."
    $2000 30
"Hamlet"
(1995)
    $2000 20
This Frenchman showed that the inverse square law applied to the forces between magnetic poles
    $2000 1
Born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Bhumibol Adulyadej grew up to become king of this country
    $2000 25
In Barcelona, take a rooftop tour of Casa Mila, designed by this master of Modernismo architecture
    $2000 17
Dueling vice president who created the puppet show "Kukla, Fran and Ollie"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chuck Leslie Eric
$16,000 $21,700 $10,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS SHIPS
In 1999 the wreck of this ship, known for its historic 1912 rescue effort, was discovered 120 miles off England

Final scores:

Chuck Leslie Eric
$32,000 $22,000 $20,000
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $10,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $10,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chuck Leslie Eric
$15,600 $20,400 $8,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $44,600

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