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    $400 24
Specialized species of this barbeled fish include the upside-down, electric, walking & gaff-topsail
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Show #4133 - Wednesday, July 17, 2002

Contestants

Jacque Keller, a consultant from Dallas, Texas

Amy Ellis, a pharmacologist from Rockville, Maryland

Beth Milnes, a legal secretary from Venice, California (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $19,400)

Jeopardy! Round

THE NORTHERNMOST NATION
(Alex: We'll have some clues from FBI Headquarters in Washington in...)
THE FBI
CELEBRITIES
GONE FISHING
"POUND" SIGN
WORD & PHRASE ORIGINS
    $200 12
Denmark,
Austria,
Germany
    $200 11
(Sofia gives the clue from FBI HQ.) In 1950, he was the FBI director who instituted the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list
    $200 17
On this actor's death in 2000, Jack Lemmon said, "I have lost someone I loved as a brother"
    $200 23
It's the fish for which the Fraser RIver in British Columbia is most famous
    $200 1
The original recipe for this dessert called for 16 ounces each of butter, sugar & flour
    $200 6
The name of this layered pasta dish comes from the Latin for "chamber pot"
    $400 13
Afghanistan,
Pakistan,
Iran
    $400 19
To install these, agents must abide by U.S. Code Title 18, Section 2516 & get a judge's approval
    $400 18
He's Catherine Zeta-Jones' famous father-in-law
    $400 24
Specialized species of this barbeled fish include the upside-down, electric, walking & gaff-topsail
    $400 2
A debt-non-payment penalty, it comes from Antonio's debt to Shylock in "The Merchant of Venice"
    $400 7
The old Persian word for the Indus River gave us this religion's name
    $600 14
Kenya,
Kuwait,
Kazakhstan
    $600 20
(Sofia gives the clue from FBI HQ.) The director of the FBI reports to this member of the Cabinet
    $600 26
Great Scot! This actor came in third in his class in the 1953 Mr. Universe contest
    $600 25
Like short-billed dowitchers, shoals of Pacific sardines do this in the fall & winter
    $600 3
In 1984 Mike Bowling created this stuffed toy crazy that later became a Saturday morning cartoon series
    $600 8
French for "chewed paper", this material is often used to make theatre props & masks
    $800 15
Lithuania,
Latvia,
Estonia
    $800 21
The FBI fights many kinds of terrorism, including this type that includes tree spiking
    $800 27
This female star of "An Officer and a Gentleman" served 3 months in the Israeli Army
    $800 29
Common name of the Carassius Auratus; it's also a Pepperidge Farm cracker
    $800 4
This poet's "Cantos", using modernist devices, was written over 50 years & totaled 117 poems
    $800 9
The name of the saluki dog comes from this language, in which it means "of the city of Saluk"
    $1000 16
Bolivia,
Chile,
Peru
    $1000 22
(Sofia gives the clue from FBI HQ.) Within the FBI, fingerprint identification is part of CJIS, this type of Information Services
    $1000 28
Before acting, this "Colombo" star worked as an efficiency expert for the Connecticut State Budget Bureau
    $1000 30
We wonder if the U.S. class of attack subs named for this fish serve caviar from them in their galleys
    $1000 5
1 horsepower is equivalent to 33,000 of these work units per minute
    DD: $1,000 10
A phrase for a poverty-stricken rural community is derived from this title of an Erskine Caldwell novel

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Beth Amy Jacque
$3,200 $3,600 -$1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Amy Jacque
$6,000 $6,000 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

WILSON'S 14 POINTS
(Alex: Remember those? From American history?)
CALIFORNIA PROPERTY
FORMER APPRENTICES
ALBUM OF THE YEAR GRAMMY WINNERS
ENGLISH LITERATURE
"AV" A NICE DAY
    $400 16
8. Captured territories must be returned to this country, s'il vous plait
    $400 21
Ronald & Nancy Reagan had the address of their Bel-Air hom changed from this number to 668
    $400 11
Apprenticed to a candy maker at age 15, he now has a Pennsylvania town named for him
    $400 26
1975: His "Still Crazy After These Years"
    $400 1
J.R.R. Tolkien came up with the sequel, "The Lord of the RIngs", 17 years after this book was published
    $400 6
It's also called an alligator pear
    $800 17
12. Turkey had to get its independence from this empire
    $800 22
In May 1969 People's Park in this city was the scene of "Bloody Thursday" when police took on local activists
    $800 12
While an apprentice to a machinist, Elias Howe began his work on this invention
    $800 27
1995: This Alanis Morissette album
    $800 2
Part of this E.M. Forster novel takes place at the Pensione Bertolini in Italy
    $800 7
A hobby or subordinate occupation
    $1200 18
6. Any foreign interference in this country's affairs would be un-bear-able
    $1200 23
The Henry Miller home & library are landmarks on this "Big" stretch of coast south of Monterey
    DD: $1,500 13
John Deere hammered out his career while an apprentice to one of these
    $1200 28
2001: Various artists with this soundtrack
    $1200 3
His wife Charlotte was the model for Sophia in "Tom Jones" & for the heroine of "Amelia"
    $1200 8
Uncle-like
    DD: $5,000 19
11. Political & economic independence for this peninsula's nations
    $1600 24
In the 1920s this bespectacled movie comic spent $2 million on Greenacres, his Beverly Hills estate
    $1600 14
As a young boy, Andrew Johnson began his apprenticeship as one of these & later even opened his own shop
    $1600 29
1996: Her "Falling into You"
    $1600 4
When this Thackeray novel was serialized in 1847, the author sketched the accompanying illustrations
    $1600 9
An unreasonably strong desire for wealth
    $2000 20
14. (Last, but not least) an international organization must be created & this one was
    $2000 25
This wealthy L.A. county community on the Pacific Coast highway was once the personal property of Frederick Rindge
    $2000 15
A grocer's apprentice at age 14, archaeologists were green with envy when he found Troy in the 1870s
    $2000 30
2000: Their "Two Against Nature"
    $2000 5
In this classic, Christian travels from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City
    $2000 10
Rama or Krishna, for example

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Beth Amy Jacque
$21,000 $13,100 $10,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

CANADIAN SPORTS
Valued at $60,000, the Brier Tankard is the ultimate prize in this professional sport

Final scores:

Beth Amy Jacque
$15,700 $21,001 $14,801
2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $21,001 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Beth Amy Jacque
$17,600 $12,800 $10,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $41,200

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