Show #4158 - Wednesday, October 2, 2002


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Tom Kerr, an environmental policy analyst from Washington, D.C.

Teresa Peachey, a meteorologist from Silver Spring, Maryland

Christine Schmidt, a high school teacher from Miami, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $22,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The TV show.)
(Alex: We want you to name the state in...)
    $200 22
In the 14th C. Laos was united into the kingdom Lan Xang, the "land of a million" of these large animals
    $200 18
"Mmm...unprocessed fishsticks" & "Mmm...Soylent Green" are murmurs from this main character
    $200 16
Before the federal takeover, Argenbright was the USA's biggest provider of security at these places
    $200 11
It's not me in the painting seen here, it's this complex island dweller with a taste for conquest
    $200 3
    $200 1
Hulk Hogan's tag-team partner at the first Wrestlemania, he had previously boxed Rocky
    $400 23
Much of Laotian social life centers on the festivals & holidays of this religion
    $400 27
Troy McClure, voiced by this late "NewsRadio" man, acted in such films as "Leper in the Backfield" & "P is for Psycho"
    $400 17
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew) I'm illustrating both parts of this famous security-related advice from a U.S. president
    $400 12
It's not me in the picture seen here, it's a self-portrait of this famous artist
    $400 4
Sarah Lawrence
    $400 2
Piece of meat seen here
    $600 24
This country made Laos a protectorate in the late 1800s & ruled it for over 50 years as part of Indochina
    $600 28
In the "Brother from Another Series" episode, David Hyde Pierce was Cecil, brother to Sideshow Bob, voiced by him
    $600 19
The United Kennel Club says this terrier known for aggression is too friendly to be the best guard dog choice
    $600 13
It's not me in the photo seen here, it's this determined turn-of-the-century teetotaler
    $600 5
    $600 8
In July 2001 Liberty Media's John C. Malone resigned from this company's board of directors
    $800 25
During the Vietnam War, North Vietnam used this famous trail through Laos to move supplies to the south
    $800 29
This nuclear plant owner prefers to call a meltdown an "unrequested fission surplus"
    $800 20
The active ingredient of this "spray" is capsaicin & it makes attackers' eyes burn
    $800 14
No, it's not me in the picture seen here, it's this 16th century man with many mothers-in-law
    $800 6
Holy Cross,
    $800 9
Your immune system sends these out to attack foreign substances; cyclosporine blocks them
    $1000 26
This river & its tributaries are the chief means of transportation in Laos
    $1000 30
"Why Do Fools Fall in Lava?" & "Spay Anything" are "animated" shorts with this violent cat & mouse team
    $1000 21
Concrete barriers that restrict access are named for this state on whose highways they were first used
    $1000 15
It's not me in the portrait seen here, it's this doomed 18th century queen
    DD: $1,000 7
Northwest Christian,
Lewis & Clark
    $1000 10
When you go back to the drawing board you'll find this tool hanging down to help you draw straight lines

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

Christine Teresa Tom
$2,400 $2,200 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Teresa Tom
$6,400 $4,200 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
In 1399 Chaucer leased a house in the gardens of this shrine; in 1400 he was buried in the shrine
    $400 17
Yul Brynner
    $400 1
It comes in 2 forms, CN & CS, & doesn't much affect dogs & horses, so they can still help in riot control
    $400 7
In September 1973 he became the first foreign-born citizen to serve as secretary of state
    $400 12
Though built in the 1800s, Neuschwanstein Castle in this country looks like a medieval fairy tale castle
    $400 24
It's the 3-word command that follows the calling of your name to be a contestant on "The Price Is Right"
    DD: $2,000 3
This Canterbury Tale teller "loved chivalry, truth and honor, freedom and courtesy"
    $800 20
    $800 13
Swamp gas, which is basically methane, is also called this "gas", a synonym for swamp
    DD: $3,000 8
He was the first secretary of state to become president
    $800 15
A memorial dedicated in 1962 was built over this battleship sunk on December 7, 1941
    $800 25
This Beatles song was No. 1 on the charts in 1969
    $1200 4
Chaucer's poem about this man & woman, that old Trojan war horse of a story, was inspired by Boccaccio
    $1200 21
Henry Mancini
    $1200 14
In March 2001 President Bush decided not to begin regulating emissions of this from power plants
    $1200 9
JFK's secretary of state, he continued under LBJ
    $1200 16
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew reports near San Francisco Bay.) In 1854 the first active one of these navigation-aiding structures on the West Coast was completed on Alcatraz Island
    $1200 26
One of this Christmas carol's verses begins, "Sing, choirs of angels, sing in exultation..."
    $1600 5
In 1389 Chaucer became clerk of the King's Works, the king being the doomed second one of this name
    $1600 29
    $1600 18
This poisonous gas, element No. 9, is used in making freon & teflon
    $1600 10
Briefly secretary of state in the 1890s, he is best known for his antitrust act
    $1600 22
Only Mexico has not used U.S. financial aid in building its part of this intercontinental highway
    $1600 27
Proverbially, "Curses, like chickens" do this
    $2000 6
Chaucer was influenced by & translated Boethius' work "The Consolation of" this
    $2000 30
Steve Martin
    $2000 19
Edward Franklin's life work was a list of compounds in which this common gas replaces oxygen
    $2000 11
This person was the second foreign-born citizen to serve as secretary of state
    $2000 23
Built to honor firefighters in this California city, Coit Tower is shaped like a firefighting nozzle
    $2000 28
It's the title of an Oscar-winning film for Shirley Booth

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Teresa Tom
$16,400 $17,200 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Tony-winning actor with the real name Joseph took part of his stage name from a role in "Guys and Dolls"

Final scores:

Christine Teresa Tom
$11,400 $1,599 $0
2-day champion: $33,801 2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Christine Teresa Tom
$15,200 $15,000 $5,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $35,800

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Game tape date: 2002-06-18
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