Show #3991 - Monday, December 31, 2001

(Jimmy: Hi, I'm Jimmy of the Clue Crew. Today our contestants win gold--gold, I tell you! Stay tuned.)

Contestants

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Marcy Rosewall, a secretary and student from Honolulu, Hawaii

Tom Unsworth, a human resources director from Boston, Massachusetts

Robert Heiler, a director of a public policy think tank from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

GOLD
CHILDREN'S SONGS
ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE, MARINES
Alex: You have to identify which service the person we name in our clue served in.)
GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS
"I" DIDN'T EXPECT
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THE SPANISH INQUISITION
(Alex: Well, no one expects the Spanish Inquisition.)
    $200 6
(We'll join Sarah
at Marshall Gold Discovery Park.
) Even today championships are held around the world for this activity that I'm practicing
    $200 7
The Reader's Digest Children's Songbook says, "For additional verses, add your own animals" to this song
    $200 26
Elvis Presley
    $200 17
At first this "familial" company rejected Monopoly due to "52 design errors"
    $200 1
It precedes coffee, setter, whiskey & wolfhound
    $200 8
This French emperor's invasion in 1808 helped put the inquisition out of business
    $400 18
This chemical symbol for gold comes from a Latin word meaning "shining dawn"
    $400 13
Bingo is this type of animal
    $400 27
Oliver North
    $400 19
A commercial that ran just once for this computer company helped make Chiat/Day Advertising Age's Agency of the Decade
    $400 2
Jacques Rogge was elected president of this governing body in July 2001
    $400 9
Bans instituted on this ancient book in Castilian or any other vulgar tongue lasted into the 18th century
    $600 24
From the Old French for "trial", this person's job was to evaluate the purity of metals like gold
    $600 14
Musical instrument played by the person in the kitchen with Dinah
    $600 28
John McCain
    $600 20
"Constructive" term for a physical store, as opposed to an online one
    $600 3
Ron Kovic could have called his book "Born on" this--it's the same thing
    $600 10
The inquisition began in Spain to check up on conversos, people of this religion who converted to Christianity
    $800 23
An 18-karat gold alloy consists of this percentage of gold
    $800 15
One of these "lives forever, but not so little boys"
    $800 29
Lee Harvey Oswald
    $800 21
In 2000 Jeffrey Immelt was named to succeed this man nicknamed "Neutron Jack" as General Electric's CEO
    $800 4
This verb form makes the word a command
    DD: $800 11
Property of the condemned person was split among the Inquisition, the Crown & the person who had done this
    $1000 25
(Sarah gives the clue from Marshall Gold Discovery Park.) In the amalgam process, gold is extracted from rock by dissolving it in this chemical element
    $1000 16
It's where "early in the morning" you can "see the little puffer bellies all in a row"
    $1000 30
Scott O'Grady
    $1000 22
In 1997 brewer Guinness PLC merged with Grand Metropolitan PLC, PLC standing for this type of "company"
    $1000 5
The black, shiny crystals of this element are dissolved in alcohol to make an antiseptic
    $1000 12
With Papal approval, this royal pair began the Inquisition in 1478

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Robert Tom Marcy
$600 $800 $3,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Tom Marcy
$2,800 $2,600 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
THEY PLAYED REAL PEOPLE
(Alex: You have to identify the performer.)
HOW NOVEL
LINKIN' WITH LINCOLN
PSYCH 102
(Alex: This is probably gonna be very tough stuff.)
WHERE IS U?
    $400 21
This country is mostly in Africa, but its Sinai peninsula is in Asia
    $400 6
Armed Forces Radio disc jockey Adrian Cronauer (1987)
    $400 1
FBI trainee Clarice Starling gets help from a killer to solve Buffalo Bill's grisly crimes in this novel
    $400 18
The University of this state has branches in Kearney, Omaha & Lincoln
    $400 7
In 1929 Lashley reported that in maze tests these animals figured out how to push back the cover & take a shortcut
    $400 12
1st, 3rd & 5th letter:
out of the ordinary
    $800 22
(I'm Jeff Varner from Survivor.) This large Australian state where "Survivor" was filmed was once the northern part of New South Wales
    $800 14
NYC police officer Frank Serpico (1973)
    $800 2
He completed his medical studies before writing "The Razor's Edge" & "Cakes and Ale"
    $800 19
In 1922 this company acquired the Lincoln Motor Co.
    $800 8
The famous 1899 paper on "The Interpretation of" these was received better by the public than by psychologists
    $800 13
2nd & 6th letter:
a chest of drawers
    $1200 15
Rusty Dennis, mother of Rocky, a child with a rare deformative disease (1985)
    $1200 3
In 1904 this author of "The Jungle" published "Manassas: A Civil War Novel"
    $1200 20
Breeds of these include Lincoln, Cotswold & Leicester
    $1200 9
You are getting sleepy, sleepy, you will buy Clark Hull's landmark 1933 book on this subject
    $1600 16
Erin Brockovich's attorney Ed Masry
    $1600 4
David Balfour ends up on a ship bound for the Carolinas in this novel by Robert Louis Stevenson
    DD: $1,700 23
This Illinois senator, once the subject of great debate, was working for his old foe Lincoln when he died
    $1600 10
Megalomania is also called delusions of this
    $2000 26
The cacao-producing republic of Sao Tome & this lies off Africa's west coast
    $2000 17
Augusto Odone, father of 12-year-old Lorenzo Odone (1992)
    $2000 5
Arthur S. Golden spent 10 years researching geisha culture before publishing this book, his first novel
    $2000 25
This Finnish-born architect designed Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater
    $2000 11
1912 was a big year in psychology; we heard about IQ testing & gestalt, & this man was writing his behaviorist paper
    DD: $4,000 24
Second and fifth letter:
This plant covering the ground in the photo and in much of the south

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Tom Marcy
$4,800 $11,000 $2,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LAW HISTORY
In 1964 he was the prosecutor of Jack Ruby; in 1973 he was the defendant in a landmark Supreme Court case

Final scores:

Robert Tom Marcy
$0 $10,000 $5,400
3rd place: [Prize info not available.] New champion: $10,000 2nd place: [Prize info not available.]

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Robert Tom Marcy
$4,800 $11,000 $8,400
12 R,
3 W
14 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $24,200

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