Show #4352 - Tuesday, July 1, 2003


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Tom Guymon, a business manager from Anaheim, California

Debbie Lerner, an attorney from Brookline, Massachusetts

Matt McPherson, a recent MBA graduate from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $25,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to tell us the country we are describing.)
    $200 1
The historic village of Gokayama & the Itsukushima Shrine
    $200 9
To "paper" someone at his front door is to give him this before turning the place upside-down
    $200 19
Camels were first brought to this continent in 1840 & later transported goods between Adelaide & Perth
    $200 16
Stab with a fork to prevent explosion; set on an oven rack at 400 degrees for 45-60 minutes
    $200 2
Eastman Medical Center hired this very young title M.D.
    $200 23
In Chaucer's "Parliament of Fowls", the fowls gather to choose their mates on this day
    $400 4
The Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye & the Kamchatka volcanic region
    $400 12
A record of arrests, or the name of a hip-hop magazine
    $400 20
From an earlier occupation, this prophet was known as the "Camel Driver of Mecca"
    $400 17
Toss one of the 2 in your right hand to your left; at its highest point, toss the one in your left hand to your right...
    $400 3
Since 1994 it's been set at Cook County Hospital
    $400 24
The first laws against alcohol in the Americas were passed in 1623 with the help of Gov. Francis Wyatt of this colony
    $600 5
The Maulbronn Monastery & the Volklingen Ironworks
    $600 13
Don't sweat it, just tell us "the box" is this investigative machine
    $600 28
Camels are widely used on farms in the Punjab region of India & this country
    $600 18
Decelerate hard, line 'er up, fire up the engines in case the cables don't catch you & you have to take off again
    $600 6
On this series that debuted in 1972, Squad 51 took its patients to Rampart Hospital
    $600 25
This great writer of the Enlightenment was known as "The Plato of the 18th Century"
    $800 10
The Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork & the Wieliczka Salt Mine
    $800 14
Smaller than a precinct, it's the geographic area of an individual patrol; there are 279 in Chicago
    $800 29
(Sofia of the Clue Crew) Also a brand of blue jeans, it's the name for a handler of animals, like camels on a movie set
    $800 21
Get replacement from deceased donor, crack open sternum, sew it in, connect key parts like venae cavae
    $800 7
Since 1977 Dr. Monica Quartermaine has spent a lot of days living out dramas at this hospital
    $800 26
In the 1860's this industrial "commodore" lost the fight for control of the Erie Railroad
    DD: $800 11
Komodo National Park & the Sangiran early man site
    $1000 15
In 1949 the LAPD created this bureau, I.A., to look into police corruption
    $1000 30
This ethnic group, whose name is from the Arabic for "desert dwellers", uses camels for riding & racing
    $1000 22
Sharpen your burin, incise the design, warm & ink the plate, print the design onto paper
    $1000 8
While the series was titled "St. Elsewhere" this was the actual name of the hospital
    $1000 27
From the Latin for "wide vessel", this type of drug does just that; it widens blood vessels

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

Matt Debbie Tom
$2,200 $400 $2,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Debbie Tom
$4,400 $3,000 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
"Eat", an early film by this pop artist, showed fellow artist Robert Indiana eating a mushroom
    $400 25
In 1825 John Nash used his beautiful mind to remodel this London royal residence
    $400 3
The first human to walk on the moon did it on July 20 of this year
    $400 12
His books include "I Am Not Spock" & a photographic study of the female form called "Shekhina"
    $400 1
Hubert Humphrey
    $400 18
It's the national capital a Sinophile would most like to visit
    $800 9
This "American Gothic" painter produced a series of drawings for Sinclair Lewis' "Main Street"
    $800 26
This city's Schonbrunn Garden Palace houses the Museum of Austrian Folk Art & Folk Life
    $800 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew) From the Latin for "wheel track", it's the path a body follows around a larger body, like a planet around the sun
    $800 14
"Ash Wednesday" is a novel about love & marriage by this actor, Uma Thurman's husband
    $800 7
Walter Mondale
    $800 19
A discophile doesn't particularly like discos but does like these, which are used there
    $1200 22
He's the artist who painted the portrait (George Washington) seen here
    $1200 27
It's the largest of the rusticated stone palaces in Florence
    $1200 5
Despite being 10 times the size of the Earth, this sixth planet from the sun would actually float in water
    $1200 15
"You Might Be a Redneck if..." you know this funnyman wrote the book
    $1200 8
Aaron Burr
    $1200 20
A logophile is a lover of these: long or short, Latinate or Anglo-Saxon...
    $1600 23
His "Whaam!" is part of the collection at the Tate Gallery in London
    $1600 28
We wish the walls of this city's Topkapi Palace could talk -- it housed the sultans & their harems
    $1600 6
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew at the Johnson Space Center in Houston) The first voyage in the shuttle program came 20 years to the day after he became the first man in space
    DD: $1,600 16
In a 1995 autobiography this TV & film star told how she made it "After All"
    $1600 10
Chester A. Arthur
    $1600 21
1 of the 2 letters that can begin the standard term for a lover & connoisseur of wine
    $2000 24
Done in monochrome, "White Flag" from 1955 is the largest of his flag paintings
    $2000 29
This palace southeast of Paris is where Napoleon gave up his throne
    DD: $1,000 13
These "clouds" named for a circumnavigating explorer are the nearest galaxies to our own
    $2000 17
In 2002 this Oscar winner published her first novel for young readers, "Deaf Child Crossing"
    $2000 11
John C. Calhoun
    $2000 30
From the French, it's someone who wouldn't miss a Samuel Fuller or Alain Resnais festival

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Debbie Tom
$2,800 $10,600 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Here with the clue is a celebrated world traveler!)
(Alex Trebek delivers the Final clue.) Parts of this 1985 movie were filmed right here in Karen, a suburb of Nairobi

Final scores:

Matt Debbie Tom
$5,600 $4,399 $10,800
2nd place: $2,000 3rd place: $1,000 New champion: $10,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matt Debbie Tom
$3,000 $10,600 $11,000
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
1 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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Game tape date: 2003-03-04
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