Show #4113 - Wednesday, June 19, 2002


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Meagan Shelton, a college student from Durant, Oklahoma

Kirik Arata, a lead enrollment representative from Fair Oaks, California

Erin McGrew Herndon, an actor and musician from Rockwall, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $29,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The story of Hans Brinker is set in & around this capital
    $200 11
Dad's, Barq's & Hires are famous brands of this
    $200 1
This "warning" is reached close to halftime & again near the end of the game
    $200 25
Wicks 'n' Sticks is the nation's largest specialty retailer of these decorative items
    $200 15
The last words spoken in this novel are "Hurrah for Karamazov!"
    $200 20
In a 1939 film Margaret Hamilton played this role in Technicolor
    $400 7
The Nobel Peace Prize is the only one of the Nobel Prizes that's awarded in this capital
    $400 12
In the Mexican dish huevos rancheros, huevos are these
    $400 2
Nicknamed Bubba, this defensive tackle was the first player selected in the 1967 draft
    $400 26
You can get this receptacle, for mixing martini ingredients together, in sterling silver
    $400 16
In this last Chekov play, the character Trofimov says, "All Russia is our orchard"
    $400 21
Hamlet's only mad when the wind is in this direction, also in the title of a Hitchcock film
    DD: $1,000 8
It's the capital city where you'd find the Ministry of Defense building seen here
    $600 13
Holy guacamole! Hass & fuerte are varieties of these
    $600 3
First used in 1966, this green synthetic playing surface has been widely used in sports stadiums
    $600 27
(Sofia has the clue.) At the Paris Universal Expo, way back in 1878, it's believed this item first appeared
    $600 17
This 1957 Pasternak novel was finally published in the USSR in 1987
    $600 22
Since William the Conqueror in 1066, English monarchs have been crowned in this London landmark
    $800 9
It was the birthplace of Samuel Goldwyn & Marie Curie
    $800 14
It's the noisy name for crunchy pieces of pork or poultry fat, after it's been rendered
    $800 4
This NFL bowl game was played for the first time Jan. 14, 1951 in Los Angeles
    $800 28
A pen holder and other knickknacks on a white-collar workspace, or a Tracy-Hepburn film
    $800 18
His 1863 novel "The Cossacks" grew out of his service in the Russian Army in the Caucasus
    $800 23
In a nursery rhyme "One flew east, one flew west, one" did this
    $1000 10
(Cheryl gives the clue from Washington, D.C.) The Georgetown section of Washington, D.C., was named for this ruler in 1751
    $1000 30
This "colorful" coffee from Jamaica often sells for over $25 a pound
    $1000 5
Leading the Redskins in 1988, he became the first black quarterback to win the Super Bowl
    $1000 29
Who's a good puppy? He's the cute little doggy-schmoggy seen here, from this factory near Dresden-Wesden
    $1000 19
He was expelled from the Soviet Writer's Union in 1969; in 1970 he won the Nobel Prize for Literature
    $1000 24
4-word piece of advice that precedes "and grow up with the country"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Erin Kirik Meagan
$600 -$400 -$1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Kirik Meagan
$2,400 $2,200 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
Completes the playground rhyme "Step on a line, break your mother's spine; step on a crack..."
    $400 21
According to legend, this advisor to Arthur used his magic to move the stones from Ireland to England
    $400 2
In the film "This is Spinal Tap", the band has a tough time getting to the stage during a live performance in this Ohio city
    $400 26
In 1997 he moved into No. 11 Downing Street with his wife
    $400 1
Chile, the Philippines & Argentina all use this common unit of currency
    $400 12
This light nonflammable gas has the lowest boiling point of any element: -452 degrees F.
    $800 8
The true ones of these bones attach to the breastbone in the front and the spine in the rear
    $800 25
In the 17th Century John Aubrey wrongly opined that Stonehenge had been built by these Celtic priests
    $800 3
In their prime, the concert theatrics of this band included Pete Townshend's ritual smashing of his guitar to bits
    $800 27
On July 20, 1969 the Eagle of this mission landed in the Sea of Tranquility
    $800 17
Until the Euro took over, in Paris one of these equaled 100 centimes
    $800 13
It's the title of a Beatles song & of a book about the Manson Family
    $1200 9
It's the term for just one of the bones in your spinal column
    $1200 24
It's plain that this is the plain where Stonehenge is located
    $1200 4
David Bowie teamed with Mick Jagger to sing "Dancing In The Street" at this 1985 fund-raising concert
    $1200 28
Beginning in 1833, this general served 11 different times as the president of Mexico
    $1200 18
Hopefully not the site of any of his duels, the White House is on the back of the U.S. bill faced by this president
    $1200 14
Points of interest in this city include the Uspensky Cathedral, the Ataneum Art Museum & the Jean Sibelius Monument
    $1600 10
To facilitate childbirth, this bony cavity, formed in part by the lower spine, is wider in women than in men
    $1600 23
The massive bluestones of Stonehenge came from the Preseli Mountains, found 137 miles away in this U.K. country
    $1600 5
This duo's shows carried on the powerful spirit of their old band, Led Zeppelin
    $1600 29
Constantine XI Palaeologus was the last emperor of this empire that fell in 1453
    $1600 19
Flipping coins "heads or tails" dates back to a coin featuring the "head" of this 1st century B.C. Roman dictator
    $1600 15
In this Clive Barker film series, Pinhead was the leader of the demonic Cenobites
    DD: $1,800 11
A spinal tap is also known as a "puncture" of this region
    $2000 22
From the Latin for "boundary", it's the technical name for the stone crosspieces atop Stonehenge's pillars
    DD: $2,000 6
2-word oxymoronic title of the album Jerry Garcia's band recorded at the Fillmore West & the Avalon Ballroom
    $2000 30
There was an 11-day adjustment in 1752 when this calendar was adopted in Great Britain
    $2000 20
This country's banknotes, including the ones seen here, feature African animals
    $2000 16
Possibly from the Scottish for "idler", it's a troublesome or rowdy child

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Erin Kirik Meagan
$400 $13,800 $14,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On this man's death, FDR said, "All mankind are the beneficiaries of his discoveries in... agricultural chemistry"

Final scores:

Erin Kirik Meagan
$100 $13,800 $27,601
3rd place: $1,000 2nd place: $2,000 New champion: $27,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Erin Kirik Meagan
$400 $13,800 $15,800
10 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,000

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Game tape date: 2002-02-20
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