Suggest correction - #4098 - 2002-05-29

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    $1000 26

Show #4098 - Wednesday, May 29, 2002

Jill Bunzendahl Chimka game 2.


Patti Rogers, a registered nurse from Houston, Texas

Harrison Bell, an attorney from Charleston, South Carolina

Jill Bunzendahl Chimka, a speech and language pathologist from Washington, D.C. (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $15,700)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
You can use these, made by blowing soap film through a wand, to detect carbon dioxide
    $200 1
Built around 1680, the oldest Boston house still standing was owned by this man at the time of his famous ride
    $200 22
    $200 12
England's king stopped attending cabinet meetings around1715 & this position evolved to replace him
    $200 6
This voluptuous vamp seen here has been known to sing at Knott's Berry Farm's Halloween Haunt
    $200 17
The story says little George couldn't tell one of these; 3 letters, 3 points
    $400 27
To learn about different types of molecules, note that salt will do this in water but flour won't
    $400 2
Regis could tell you that this woman played Kathie Honey on "Hee Haw Honeys"
    $400 23
Baker Eddy
    $400 13
In the 1960s & 70s this founding member of OPEC had the highest per capita income in Latin America
    $400 7
Seen here, Jesse L. Martin who plays detective Ed Green on this series, was in the original Broadway cast of "Rent"
    $400 18
This conjuction usually works with neither; 3 letters, 3 points
    $600 28
Wet steel wool in a jar helps demonstrate the formation of this; so does an old car
    $600 3
He died on May 5, 1821 on the island of St. Helena
    $600 24
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Between 960 & 1279 China's Sung Dynasty developed a merit-based system for entry to this "service"
    $600 8
This blonde who was one-third of TV's original "Mod Squad" once recorded a rock album
    $600 19
While it may be 2,000 pounds, it's only 3 letters, 3 points
    $800 29
Use the dye from boiled red cabbage to tell alkalis apart from these, like lemon juice
    $800 4
The mojito, a rum & lime juice drink, was said to be a favorite of this "Old Man and the Sea" author
    $800 25
    DD: $1,300 15
The tax-cutting policy of the USA's 40th President gave us this 11-letter portmanteau word
    $800 9
Before she moved to "The West Wing" she sang "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee" in the movie "Grease"
    $800 20
Fall into one of these furrows made by wagon wheels & it's 3 letters, 3 points
    $1000 30
By putting silver & aluminum together in a solution, you can remove tarnish, caused by this element with the symbol S
    $1000 5
Leading to greater Italian unity, this man & his "Red Shirts" won control of Sicily in 1860
    $1000 26
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In 1967 Canada celebrated the centennial of this, from the Latin for "to unite in a league"
    $1000 10
This Broadway beauty seen here sang hits by The Beatles and Bob Dylan on her album "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"
    $1000 21
Overexert your muscles or pour through a filter & it's 6 letters, 6 points

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

Jill Harrison Patti
$2,400 $1,400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jill Harrison Patti
$7,000 $3,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 26
The fame of teacher-poet Louis Ginsberg was overshadowed by this son of his
    $400 21
In August 1996 tests proved that the body dug out of a Kearney, Missouri grave was this old west outlaw
    $400 6
From the Latin for "to hear", it's the large body of people hearing & seeing this telecast
    $400 11
The Red Fort,
the Motahari Mosque
    $400 16
Al's first Oscar nomination came for his supporting work in this 1972 gangster film
    $400 1
This smallest ape lives in the forests of Indochina
    $800 27
Because he wrote the scandalous "Leaves of Grass", he was fired from his Interior Department clerkship in 1865
    $800 22
His grave in Fairmont, Indiana is marked by a simple stone with his name & the years 1931-1955
    $800 7
(Sofia shows off her pink sweater.) It's the former name of Ankara, Turkey or the type of wool in my sweater
    $800 12
Punta del Este,
Catedral de Montevideo
    $800 17
Under a ton of makeup, Al portrayed Big Boy Caprice in this 1990 film
    $800 2
Though less than 8 inches long, the dwarf dogfish variety of this fish has "jaws" that bite
    $1200 28
The park behind the New York Public Library is named for this poet whose given names were William Cullen
    $1200 23
Tiptoe through a Minneapolis cemetery over to the grave of this entertainer who is buried with his ukulele
    $1200 8
There are large cities named this on the Kennebec & Savannah Rivers
    $1200 13
Little Five Points,
Jimmy Carter Museum and Library
    $1200 18
In this 1992 film of a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Al played gritty real estate hotshot Ricky Roma
    $1200 3
Varieties of this mole relative are among the world's smallest mammals
    $1600 29
Bostonian Robert Lowell wrote "For The Union Dead" & Kentuckian Allen Tate wrote "Ode to" these people
    DD: $3,000 24
This pair had no choice but to be buried together when they died January 17,1874
    $1600 9
(Jimmy prepares to plant something.) I'm setting up to grow one of these plants
    $1600 14
The Old Water Tower,
Carl Sandburg Village
    $1600 19
As detective Frank Keller, Al goes overboard for Ellen Barkin in this 1989 film
    $1600 4
At only about 5 inches long, the "pink fairy" variety is the smallest species of this armored mammal
    DD: $2,000 30
She was given her middle name after a New York City hospital that saved her uncle's life
    $2000 25
A bronze statue of this author overlooks his & wife Nora's grave at a Zurich cemetery
    $2000 10
This band joked in October of 2001 that in light of current events it's changing its name to "Basket Full of Puppies"
    $2000 15
Cobo Hall
    $2000 20
Al starred in & directed this 1996 film inspired by Shakespeare's "Richard III"
    $2000 5
This smallest member of the camel family is similar to the llama & the alpaca

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jill Harrison Patti
$13,000 $11,600 $12,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

Zhongdian County in Southwest China has renamed itself after this fabled land from a 1933 book

Final scores:

Jill Harrison Patti
$25,999 $13,001 $1,099
2-day champion: $41,699 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jill Harrison Patti
$15,000 $11,600 $12,600
20 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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