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    DD: $1,200 6
It's the only ocean that touches the shores of Europe, Asia & North America
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Show #4249 - Thursday, February 6, 2003

2003 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Shuyu Wang, a junior from Okemos, Michigan

Ben Swartz, a senior from Manassas, Virginia

Jonathan Gillerman, a senior from Staten Island, New York

Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
NURSING
CHOOSE YOUR WEAPON
ACTRESS/SINGER
ANDREW JOHNSON
MISSING VOWELS
(Alex: There are missing vowels; we will give you some consonants & you have to give us the full word as the correct response.)
    $200 2
This river's system gathers its waters from 9 countries, including Kenya, Ethiopia & Egypt
    $200 21
Nurses should never use Wite-Out on this, the usual 5-letter word for a record of a patient's care
    $200 9
An M1 Abrams is one of these vehicles with a moving turret that rides on caterpillar tracks
    $200 1
She's singing to more than "parties of five" now that she's a "BareNaked" lady
    $200 16
Andrew Johnson succeeded this man as president, having served as his vice president for only 6 weeks
    $200 26
A fest-ive month:
"CTBR"
    $400 4
It's the gulf from which the Gulf Stream got its name
    $400 22
Tell a patient using this metal frame to advance it at intervals of around 6 inches -- & don't forget the tennis balls
    $400 10
The Gatling gun was the first practical one of these guns that fire a rapid, continuous stream of bullets
    $400 3
While she was on this Keri Russell series, Amy Jo Johnson, seen here, did a song for the soundtrack
    $400 17
Johnson was the first president to whom the House of Representatives did this; the Senate acquitted him in May 1868
    $400 27
Summerwear:
"BKN"
    $600 5
This sacred river begins in an ice cave in India's Uttaranchal state
    $600 23
3 of the 4 vital signs to be monitored, according to the "Illustrated Manual of Nursing Practice"
    $600 11
Abbreviated SAM, it's a guided weapon meant to be fired from the ground (or from a ship)
    $600 8
"Bada Bing" is a cut on her "Here to Heaven" CD
    $600 18
With no formal education, Andrew didn't learn these 3 often-linked basic skills until he was a teenager
    $600 28
A well-protected mammal:
"RMDLL"
    DD: $1,200 6
It's the only ocean that touches the shores of Europe, Asia & North America
    $800 24
The U.S. has about 7,200 nurse-these, helping women through pregnancy & delivery
    $800 12
Also known as an arbalest, this weapon can use a cranking mechanism & a trigger to fire arrows farther
    $800 14
This singer is also a south-of-the-border soap star
    $800 19
A senator from this state, Andrew Johnson was the only Southern senator who refused to secede with his state
    $800 29
1 of the 50:
"DH"
    $1000 7
Of the 5 Great Lakes, Lake Erie lies farthest south, this one farthest north
    $1000 25
Intermittent infusion is a common type of this procedure also called a drip
    $1000 13
"Putting Descartes before the horse" is an example of one of these groan up witticisms
    $1000 15
In "Lilo & Stitch", she sang "Aloha Oe"
    $1000 20
Johnson's secretary of state, he negotiated the purchase of Alaska for a cool $7.2 million
    $1000 30
One of the elements:
"DN"

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

Jonathan Ben Shuyu
$800 $200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Ben Shuyu
$2,000 $3,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
50 YEARS OF TV
PAINTERS
TASTE TREATS?
(Alex: Hmmm...maybe not!)
AUSTEN POWERS
JA! BABY!
    $400 10
When this Spaniard reached the shore of the Pacific Ocean on September 29, 1513, he called it the South Sea
    $400 4
On Feb. 3, 2002 U2 had a TV audience of about 800 million when they performed at this event
    $400 3
Dieric Bouts, Tintoretto & da Vinci created paintings named this that featured Jesus & his 12 disciples
    $400 18
This 31-flavors chain introduced a "Fear Factor" sundae with gummy spiders instead of those pesky live ones
    $400 1
Of Jane Austen's 6 major works, it's the only one named for its heroine
    $400 23
This greeting is Guten Morgen!
    $800 11
Bartolomeu Dias, the 1st to land at the Cape of Good Hope, outfitted this man's ships for his 1497-99 India trip
    $800 5
In a 1990 show based on a Matthew Broderick movie, Jennifer Aniston played the sister of this teen scam artist
    $800 6
This 1889 Van Gogh work showing the evening sky was painted from memory in an asylum at Saint-Remy
    $800 19
S.F.'s Butter Restaurant serves these pasta rings that come from a can, "like your babysitter used to make"
    $800 2
It's the main reason why 19-year-old Anne Elliot's family won't let her marry Frederick Wentworth
    $800 24
5 is funf & this number is funfzehn
    DD: $3,800 12
In November 1642 this Dutchman discovered the island now named for him south of Australia's mainland
    $1200 28
This hit '60s show featured an Ozarks family who moved to "Californy" with their oil money
    $1200 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Rome) Michelangelo was in his 60s when he painted this 60' X 30' fresco over the Sistine Chapel altar
    $1200 20
The Entomology Club at Iowa State Univ. put these chirping insects into Chocolate Chirpie Chip Cookies
    $1200 7
Jane lived out in the boonies, but visited London & this spa city where much of "Persuasion" is set
    $1200 25
In German this country is Ungarn
    $1600 13
In 1682 this Frenchman claimed the entire region drained by the Mississippi River for France & named it Louisiana
    DD: $5,000 29
The news channel known by these 5 letters began in 1996 with innovations like web links
    $1600 16
Grant Wood's sister Nan & his dentist Byron McKeeby were the models for this 1930 painting
    $1600 21
These snakelike fish are jellied & served with hot chili vinegar for a traditional east London snack
    $1600 8
This Austen book about Elinor & Marianne Dashwood was initially called "Elinor and Marianne"
    $1600 26
"Ich moechte koffeinfreien kaffee" means "I would like" this type of coffee
    $2000 14
In 1492, 18 years before becoming governor of Puerto Rico, he helped drive the Moors out of Granada in Spain
    $2000 30
On the '50s show "Father Knows Best", Father called oldest girl Betty by this royal nickname
    $2000 17
Artist Edward Hicks, now known for "The Peaceable Kingdom", was famous in life as a preacher for this group
    $2000 22
Have all the wildebeest you can eat at the Carnivore Restaurant in this Kenyan capital
    $2000 9
Catherine Morland goes to Northanger Abbey; Fanny Price goes to this title place
    $2000 27
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports) In German, this diacritical mark [two dots over the "O" in Dorfchen] indicates a change in vowel sound

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jonathan Ben Shuyu
$7,200 $14,000 $16,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICAN PLACES
Over 260,000 people have been buried here, starting in 1864

Final scores:

Jonathan Ben Shuyu
$14,200 $28,000 $21,400
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jonathan Ben Shuyu
$7,200 $10,600 $13,400
9 R,
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,200

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