Show #4230 - Friday, January 10, 2003

2003 Holiday Kids Week game 5.

Contestants

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Madeleine Schwartz, a twelve-year-old from New York, New York

Chad Mosher, a seventh-grader from Flint, Michigan

Amber Key-Murphy, from Dallas, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD
TOYS & GAMES
I'M SUPERSTITIOUS!
AESOP A.S.A.P.
THE WHITE HOUSE
ARE "WE" THERE YET?
    $200 16
The province of Zeeland in southwest Holland lent its name to this country in the South Pacific
    $200 1
Ruth Handler named this doll, introduced in 1959 as a teenage fashion model, for her daughter
    $200 11
You'll get your desired hope if you end up with the larger portion of this turkey piece when it's pulled apart
    $200 18
One of these creatures talks a lion out of eating him, later saves the lion from a trap
    $200 20
This was the second U.S. president to live in the first White House
    $200 6
Make a rug or a basket, or zigzag your way through traffic
    $400 17
Although this South American country is about 2,650 miles long, its average width is less than 110 miles
    $400 2
The name of this card game means "one" in Spanish
    $400 12
It's the lucky, mutant plant, seen here
    $400 19
Farmer proves strength in unity to sons by showing a bundle of these that can't be broken all at once
    $400 21
The wife of President Benjamin Harrison had this installed in the White House, but was afraid to turn it on & off!
    $400 7
Cake cut by those who've just "tied the knot"
    DD: $700 28
This mountain range, whose name means "abode of snow" in Sanskrit, has more than 30 peaks towering above 25,000 feet
    $600 3
Harry, seen here, is one of these collectibles
    $600 13
If one of these animals crosses your path a superstition says you'll experience misfortune
    $600 22
Fox can't reach these, decides they are sour
    $600 25
One of the three colors used to name rooms on the first floor of the White House
    $600 8
If you're "under" this, you're not feeling well, or maybe getting rained on
    $800 29
The Gulfs of Aqaba & Suez border this Egyptian peninsula
    $800 4
Despite the name of this game, you don't have to apologize when you send another player's pawn back to the start
    $800 14
Break one of these & supposedly you'll have 7 years' bad luck
    $800 23
Wolf disguised as one of these gets killed by shepherd wanting dinner
    $800 26
It's the federal "district" where you'll find the White House
    $800 9
It's the last name of dictionary compiler Noah
    $1000 30
This Iraqi capital was founded on the western bank of the Tigris River in 762 A.D. by the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mansur
    $1000 5
If you roll 5 of a kind you've gotten this, the name of a dice game by Milton Bradley
    $1000 15
One well-known superstition is that it's bad luck to walk under one of these
    $1000 24
Hungry, lazy grasshopper tries to talk these insects out of food in winter
    $1000 27
British troops burned the White House during this 19th century war
    $1000 10
As the old saying goes, "a chain is only as strongest as" this

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

Amber Chad Madeleine
$3,800 $4,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amber Chad Madeleine
$6,000 $6,500 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE MALL
OLD TESTAMENT NAMES
ANIMATED MOVIES
FUN IN THE SNOW
CONQUERORS
DOUBLE-LETTER WORDS
    $400 13
Malls including the Oak Hollow Mall in High Point, N.C. use this 2-word term for the place you chow down
    $400 5
Chapter 2 of Genesis says God formed him "of the dust of the ground"
    $400 11
Walt Disney's first full-length animated film was about this woman & her housemates
    $400 6
This dog-walking item shares its name with the device that attaches your leg to a snowboard's binding
    $400 7
While exiled on St. Helena, he said, "Waterloo will erase the memory of all my victories"
    $400 18
This feline word follows "Hello" in the name of a Sanrio character
    $800 23
This clothing store chain opened its first "kids" store in 1986 & started its "baby" business 4 years later
    $800 1
After stripping him of his coat of many colors, his brothers cast him into a pit, then sold him into slavery
    $800 12
As captain John Smith, Mel Gibson sang songs in this animated film about an American Indian princess
    $800 17
I'm standing in this mountain range. It's also the name of a Major League Baseball team
    $800 8
On Christmas Day 1066, he was crowned King of England, 72 days after defeating Harold at the Battle of Hastings
    $800 19
The Sorting Hat placed Harry Potter in this House at Hogwarts
    $1200 25
Stores at the mall include Radio Shack & Sunglass this, similar to a shack
    DD: $1,500 2
On Passover, it's traditional to set aside a special cup of wine for this prophet who went to heaven in a chariot of fire
    $1200 14
This title animated animal is the "Stallion of the Cimarron"
    $1200 28
Even champion skiers started off on the type of slope with this cuddly animal name
    $1200 9
In 1398 Tamerlane not only conquered Delhi in this country but burned it down
    $1200 20
A caterpillar emerges from one of these as a butterfly
    $1600 26
Telescopes are a specialty of the stores of this science-oriented cable TV channel
    $1600 3
Absalom, who was killed after his hair got caught in a tree, was a son of this king
    $1600 15
In a 1989 animated movie, "All Dogs Go To" this place
    $1600 29
The predecessor to snowboards was the "Snurfer," which combined these two words
    $1600 10
Under the rule of this "terrible" czar, Russia expanded its territory into Siberia
    DD: $3,000 21
Middle name of American architect Frank Wright, born in 1867
    $2000 27
This toy seller's name goes back to the (look carefully now) Kaufman Brothers
    $2000 4
This woman from Moab has her own Old Testament book; it comes after Judges
    $2000 16
In a film set in Africa, this "Lion King" is befriended by a meerkat named Timon & a warthog named Pumbaa
    $2000 30
According to Newton's Third Law of Motion, every action has an equal and opposite one of these.
    $2000 24
In 218 B.C. he crossed the Alps with an army of 40,000 men in just 15 days, braving the elements & hostile tribes
    $2000 22
It's a combination of 2 metals; brass is one, combining copper & zinc

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amber Chad Madeleine
$10,800 $18,700 $15,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NONFICTION BOOKS
"The Road to Middle-Earth" is a book about this writer

Final scores:

Amber Chad Madeleine
$5,800 $6,200 $30,300
3rd place: $1,000 + an HP Media Center computer package 2nd place: $2,000 + an HP Media Center computer package Winner: $30,300 + an HP Media Center computer package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amber Chad Madeleine
$10,800 $18,000 $15,000
14 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $43,800

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