Show #4031 - Monday, February 25, 2002


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Anthony Trifilio, a construction worker from Brooklyn, New York

Jen Bobolia, a registered nurse from Boston, Massachusetts

Roger Christensen, a registered nurse and pre-med student from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $42,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you a role. You name the Gary who played that role.)
    $200 1
In 1805 this territory was created from the Indiana one, with all or parts of the lower & upper peninsulas
    $200 22
The firefighting museum in Phoenix, Arizona isn't called the Hall of Fame, but the hall of this
    $200 6
Sicilians call this active volcano Mongibello
    $200 8
TV, 1972-1979:
Walter "Radar" O'Reilly
    $200 10
The sacrament of marriage, it's "holy"
    $200 15
Ice can refer to diamonds; chill can mean to do this, maybe with a lawnmower (a machine gun)
    $400 2
In May 1980 at least 26 people were killed when this volcano in Washington erupted
    $400 23
In 24 B.C. this Caesar instituted the "Vigiles", a group of firefighting watchmen
    $400 7
The ruins of Babylon lie on the banks of this river, the longest in southwest Asia
    $400 9
TV, 1978-1986:
Arnold Jackson
    $400 11
"Marry in" this color "and you will always be true", hence the requirement for "something" of it
    $400 16
The 4 techniques a "blacksmith" uses to crack one of these are blow, burn, peel & punch
    $600 3
In September 1664 this governor of New Amsterdam surrendered to the British, ending Dutch power in the New World
    DD: $3,000 25
This city was probably named for Edwin of Northumbria, who built a fort on the Firth of Forth in the 600s
    $600 17
Film, 1942:
Lou Gehrig
    $600 12
Apparel usually tied to the back of the newly-married couple's carriage
    $600 19
To tap a till is to take money out of one of these
    $800 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Gettysburg Cemetery.) In 1863, Lincoln dedicated this cemetery by saying that "we cannot consecrate--we cannot" do this to "this ground"
    $800 29
It was the colorful nickname of oil field firefighter Paul Adair
    $800 26
Large oceangoing vessels can travel from the North Sea inland as far as Hamburg on this river
    $800 18
Film, 1978:
Buddy Holly
    $800 13
Once, a groom paid a sum to the bride's family & she came with a collection of money & property known as this
    $800 20
Mr. Bates, the apple or the mark are terms for the victims in these "games"
    $1000 5
A 1963 treaty with Mexico settled a boundary dispute between Ciudad Juarez & this Texas city
    $1000 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew holds a heavy piece of equipment.) Used by firemen following auto accidents, it's the 3-word term for this important hydraulic rescue tool
    $1000 27
In 1979 an airliner crashed on this Antarctic peak, killing all 257 aboard
    $1000 24
Film, 1994:
Ludwig van Beethoven
    $1000 14
A married couple may start off as a DINK couple, an acronym for this
    $1000 21
A spinner in a car theft ring is the man who sets back these

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

Roger Jen :) Anthony
$1,000 $3,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Jen :) Anthony
$800 $4,800 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Jim Forbes: VH1's...)
    $400 11
Bullwinkle's buddy is one
    $400 22
Chaucer's life & career took a complicating turn in 1386 when he was appointed to this house of Parliament
    $400 17
The first intercollegiate athletic contest in the U.S. was a crew race between Harvard & this school in 1852
    $400 1
This element that makes you organic is part of your proteins as well as your fats
    $400 16
On an invitation, "black tie" & "white tie" each refer to this type of tie
    $400 6
One "Behind the Music" covered this year in which the U.S. re-elected Nixon & tried to deport John Lennon
    $800 12
The fins of the 50-ish true species of these are used like wings as they glide above water
    $800 18
Harvard Law School was the setting for much of this 1973 film for which John Houseman won an Oscar
    $800 2
The eighth most abundant element in the earth's crust & the seventh most abundant in you is this special K
    $800 23
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew purties up.) Howdy, partner! It's the 4-letter name for the Western favorite I'm wearing
    $800 7
This '50s high school love story that's thrilled people since the '70s got its own episode
    $1200 13
An illegal football move, or a police formation used to move into crowds effectively
    $1200 27
In Chaucer's masterpiece "The Canterbury Tales", this bawdy wife tells of her 5 husbands & her desire for a sixth
    $1200 19
The term "campus" began at Princeton Univ. to distinguish its grounds from this pedestrian Harvard area
    DD: $2,000 3
Iodine, used externally in antiseptics, is found internally in hormones in this gland
    $1200 26
An ascot is often secured in place with one of these rather than a knot
    DD: $3,000 8
This show that empowered women in the summer of '97 always closed with Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi"
    $1600 14
An external wall support often used in Gothic cathedrals
    $1600 21
To get to Boston from Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts you'll have to cross this river
    $1600 4
The spleen spends its time taking this element out of the hemoglobin in red blood cells
    $1600 25
This hyphenated term can mean a vehicle drawn by a quartet of horses as well as a long necktie in a slipknot
    $1600 9
"Behind the Music" noted the tragic irony when this activist "Cat's In The Cradle" singer died en route to a benefit concert
    $2000 15
A phantom ship eternally cruising the Cape of Good Hope
    $2000 20
This German-American who designed Harvard's Grad Center headed the Architecture Dept. from 1938 to 1952
    $2000 5
Seen here in a mound, you've got less than a pound of it in your body
    $2000 24
This common tie pattern of wide diagonal stripes is named for a military unit
    $2000 10
One of the most poignant BTM episodes reunited this teen idol with his paralyzed friend Roland Winkler

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roger Jen :) Anthony
$6,200 $11,200 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This orchestral instrument is the first one heard in Stravinsky's "Orpheus" & the second heard in Liszt's "Orpheus"

Final scores:

Roger Jen :) Anthony
$0 $6,350 $16,000
3rd place: trip to Florida + stay at Sonesta Beach Hotel & Spa 2nd place: trip to Allegro Resort Pineapple Beach in Antigua New champion: $16,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roger Jen :) Anthony
$11,400 $11,200 $8,000
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
5 W
14 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,600

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Game tape date: 2001-11-28
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