Show #4059 - Thursday, April 4, 2002

Contestants

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Steve Cirelli, an emergency room physician from New Hartford, New York

Cheryl Stauffer, a missionary from Atlanta, Georgia

Bill Alston, an accountant from Durham, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
BALLPARK FOOD
BIBLICAL NUMBERS
GAMES
INITIALLY YOURS
THE "GUN" RACK
    $200 6
The year Bell founded the phone company, this man invented the phonograph
    $200 11
Bison Burgers made from bison raised on his ranch are sold at his Atlanta ballpark
    $200 12
Genesis 7:12 tells us that it rained for this many days & nights on Noah
    $200 1
(The Clue Crew plays a game.) This game brings new meaning to the phrase "contact sports"--left foot-- yellow
    $200 22
He exhibited the original Siamese twins, Chang & Eng, as well as Tom Thumb; what a circus!
    $200 17
Extremely timid or wary of taking risks
    $400 7
Using a gear-toothed wheel & a mirror, Armand Fizeau measured the speed of this in 1849
    $400 27
Alliterative name of the 10-inch ballpark favorite enjoyed in L.A.'s Chavez Ravine
    $400 13
This many friends of Daniel were thrown into the fiery furnace but saved by God
    $400 2
Merriam-Webster is up to the 3rd edition of its "Official" dictionary for players of this game
    $400 23
By the time this retailer died in 1971, there were over 1,600 stores bearing his name
    $400 18
Producers Simpson & Bruckheimer brought this Tom Cruise crowd pleaser to the masses in 1986
    $600 8
Pierre Lallement's "Boneshaker" of 1865 was one of these vehicles
    $600 28
Jacobs Field in this city is famous for its pierogies (well, not famous, but you can buy them there)
    $600 14
According to Psalms, the number of years allotted to each human being; the strong get 10 more
    $600 3
The character seen here
represents this board game
    $600 24
He wrote the children's book "The Trumpet of the Swan" & revised William Strunk's "Elements of Style"
    $600 19
The first name of one of Rick Nelson's sons
    $800 9
In 1835 Rene Dutrochet discovered that chlorophyll was necessary for this process
    DD: $800 29
Ivar's Chowder & Tully's Coffee are available at this American League team's home stadium, opened in 1999
    $800 15
In Genesis 35 Joseph had this many brothers (including half brothers)
    $800 4
To win in Ping-Pong you have to be at least this many points ahead
    $800 25
In 1972 this Texan became the first race car driver to win the Indy 500 for the fourth time
    $800 20
In 2001 he quit as the coach of the New York Knicks
    $1000 10
In 1803 the British army adopted the metal-scattering shell that this man invented back in 1784
    $1000 30
In the '90s this team served tasty viande fume, smoked meat (Would you like pommes frites with that?)
    $1000 16
Joshua & his army circled Jericho for this number of days
    $1000 5
Among its editions are Genus IV, Junior & Millennium
    $1000 26
An army surgeon during the Civil War, he later founded a famous rubber company in Ohio
    $1000 21
Swedish actress Maud Adams was a "Bond girl" in "Octopussy", & this other Bond film

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

Bill Cheryl Steve
$2,800 $3,800 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Cheryl Steve
$6,200 $6,600 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PEOPLE
CINEMATIC TITLE PAIRS
ANTONYMS
WHERE, OH WHERE?
COULD IT "B"?
SATAN
    $400 13
1 of 3 Israeli prime ministers to win the Nobel Peace Prize
    $400 2
1996: "___ and Personal"
    $400 4
World Book informs us the population of Madagascar is 78 percent rural & 22 percent this
    $400 30
This vast bay can be considered an arm of the Atlantic or of the Arctic Ocean, to which it's linked by Foxe Basin
    $400 18
A type of space shuttle rocket, or an enthusiastic supporter who helps a sports team or school
    $400 1
This band's 1967 album was entitled "Their Satanic Majesties Request"
    $800 14
On Oct. 20, 1944 this general told the Philippine people, "The hour of your redemption is here...rally to me"
    $800 9
1985: "___ and Die in L.A."
    $800 5
Spelled with a "gh", it's an antonym of "crooked"; without, it's an antonym of "side"
    $800 29
Ruled by China, this region has an average elevation of around 15,000 feet
    $800 19
Medieval soldiers sometimes used this weapon to smash down castle walls & gates
    $800 3
In 1988 his novel "The Satanic Verses" won England's esteemed Whitbread Prize
    $1200 15
His Native American name was Goyathlay, meaning "one who yawns"
    $1200 10
1987: "___ and Deliver"
    $1200 6
As an adjective, this word is paired with "fine"; as a noun, it's an antonym of "sloven "
    $1200 28
In this country you can visit, though not necessarily pronounce, the historic city of Rzeszow
    $1200 20
(Sarah and Sofia of the Clue Crew ride an amusement park attraction.) 2-word term for the amusement park feature
seen here, also known as dodge 'ems
    $1200 23
Satan & his minions build the city of Pandemonium in Book 1 of this epic poem
    $1600 17
In 1822 this liberator & Jose de San Martin held an historic meeting in Guayaquil, Ecuador
    DD: $6,000 11
1955: "___ and Back"
    $1600 7
In writing it's an antonym of "poetic"; it can also mean dull or commonplace
    DD: $2,000 27
In 1996 a peace accord ended the 36-year civil war in this neighbor of Mexico
    $1600 21
It's the nickname of Ohio State University's sports teams
    $1600 25
Using this name in a Goethe work, Satan appears to Faust & offers him the world in return for his soul
    $2000 16
Born Lorenzo di Bartolo, this Florentine artist famous for his doors was first trained as a goldsmith
    $2000 12
1941: "___ and Sand"
    $2000 8
This antonym of "utopian" applies to the societies in "Brave New World" & "1984"
    $2000 26
Author Paul Bowles was a longtime resident of this city, Morocco's chief port of entry for tourists
    $2000 22
They are the regulations that govern the internal affairs of a company or organization
    $2000 24
This "enigmatic" tale in which Satan walks the earth as a young man is one of Mark Twain's darkest works

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Cheryl Steve
$24,200 $10,200 $2,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN BUSINESS
5 beekeepers near this Iowa city formed a honey co-op in 1921; they named it for the city, but later respelled it

Final scores:

Bill Cheryl Steve
$23,400 $16,300 $2,002
2-day champion: $53,400 2nd place: cruise to the Caribbean by Costa Cruises 3rd place: trip to Rancho Mirage, California & stay at Marriott's Los Palmas Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Cheryl Steve
$20,600 $10,200 $1,600
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $32,400

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