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    $2000 11
Rusty-James, whose brother is Motorcycle Boy, is the troubled hero of this teen classic by S.E. Hinton
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Show #4485 - Friday, February 20, 2004

2004 Teen Tournament final game 2.

(Sarah: From the studios of MTV's TRL, we're bringing you TRJ--Total Request Jeopardy!--coming up next!)


Chris Holden, a senior from Carlisle, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $23,300)

Jennifer Wu, a sophomore from Arkadelphia, Arkansas (subtotal of $5,100)

Courtney Bennis, a senior from Virginia Beach, Virginia (subtotal of $0)

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
In December 1993 Toni Morrison became the first African-American woman awarded this international literature prize
    $200 1
(Sarah leads us off from the studios of MTV's TRL.) She said of her hit, "So Yesterday", "When I heard it for the first time on the radio, I was freaking out"

"So yesterday, so yesterday; I'm just a bird that's already..."
    $200 21
This mythic strongman gets the fifth-largest constellation
    $200 11
Gum stuck to your shirt? Stick the shirt in this to harden the gum, then use a credit card to scrape it off
    $200 9
With an annual salary of $179,000, this state's George Pataki is the USA's highest-paid governor
    $200 7
This word comes before duchy, canyon & slam
    $400 13
In October 1967 Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the first African-American one of these
    $400 2
(Sarah continues our tour down TRL memory lane.) This colorful artist's video, "Trouble", was shot on the same location as "Little House on the Prairie". Check it out...

"In my own town; I'm trouble, yeah, trouble now..."
    $400 25
Pictor is this, a painter's stand
    $400 12
Get decorative by gluing stray buttons on these items that hold things to your bulletin board
    $400 10
2 years after his brother was elected President, this senator from Massachusetts took office
    $400 8
Of a person who bowls, a small barrel or a noodle dish, what a kegler does
    $600 15
W.E.B. Du Bois was the first African-American to earn a doctorate from this prestigious Massachusetts university
    $600 3
(Sarah takes us on another stop on TRL Street.) Our Christina Aguilera video is a track on this 2002 CD, also the name of her world tour:

"I am beautiful; no matter what they say..."
    $600 26
Sagittarius is the archer; Sagitta is this
    $600 20
Brewed bags of the chamomile type of this can soothe skin that's been irritated by the sun, but cool them first
    $600 22
In 2000 this current Speaker of the House was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame
    $600 14
It sounds like an illness, but it's the pipe through which smoke passes in a chimney
    $800 16
In 1977 Andrew Young became the first African-American to serve as U.S. ambassador to this body
    $800 5
(We now return you to Sarah in the TRL studios in New York.) Once a backup singer for the likes of Faith Evans and Puff Daddy, she's hit 'em up good ever since. Take a look...

"From the crib to the ride and the clothes; so you better let him know..."
    $800 27
Zodiac constellation illustrated here
    $800 29
The cider type of this salad dressing ingredient is a perfect addition to a soothing bath
    $800 23
This former Democratic running mate announced his candidacy for Presidency on January 13, 2003
    $800 18
It can mean disgusting, or 12 dozen
    $1000 17
In 1978 this escaped slave became the first African-American woman honored on a U.S. postage stamp
    $1000 6
(Sarah wraps things up from New York and TRL.) This next band got its name from a character in an "X-Files" episode:

"Think twice before you touch my girl; come around, come around no more..."
    DD: $1,000 28
Virgo is a maiden; Monoceros is this mythical beast that represents maidenhood
    $1000 30
Hey, pet owners; this clay-based product can help soak up grease spots in the garage
    $1000 24
This West Virginian, who's been in the Senate since 1959, was President Pro Tempore of the Senate twice
    $1000 19
Containing all 5 vowels, this 8-letter word means a feeling of well-being or elation

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

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$1,600 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$3,400 $4,200 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

GO ______
    $400 26
This particle adds to the mass of an atom, but not to the charge
    $400 1
In chapter 3 of this novel, Jo thinks Laurie is going off to college, then finds out that he's only 15
    $400 16
Completes the proverb "Better safe than..."
    $400 4
The Golden Spike historic site in this state commemorates the completion of the first transcontinental railroad
    $400 21
This 1803 territorial acquisition from France doubled the area of the United States
    $400 9
In a rhyming phrase, it means to move with the prevailing trend
    $800 27
Milk of magnesia has a value of about 10.5 on this scale, making it a base
    $800 2
Chapter VI of this novel introduces us to shy 17-year old Melanie, who's in love with Ashley Wilkes
    $800 17
By definition, something 3-dimensional has width, height, & this
    $800 5
This island that was home to a notorious prison is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco
    $800 22
On July 24, 1847 this Mormon leader & his party of 143 reached the Great Salt Lake Valley
    $800 12
Make more effort than required, like by walking 1,760 more yards
    DD: $500 28
Term for a substance that causes or accelerates a chemical reaction without itself being affected
    $1200 3
"This Vast Land" is the fictional diary of 19-year old George Shannon, a real member of this duo's corps of discovery
    $1200 18
This company's name is short of Integrated Electronics
    $1200 6
This D.C. national historic site is the only one that's also an active theater
    $1200 23
On October 22, 1819 the first boat travelled on this canal, from Rome to Utica, New York
    $1200 13
To expire like a bankrupt business or a dead fish
    $1600 29
Usually, in a liquid solution, the less abundant substance is called the solute & the more abundant, this
    $1600 10
In a novel by Oscar Wilde, teenage actress Sibyl Vane falls for this man, the subject of a strange portrait
    $1600 19
In Thailand 95 percent of the people are of this religion
    $1600 7
Commemorating a 1965 civil rights march is the Selma to this city National Historic Trail in Alabama
    DD: $2,006 24
At noon on April 22, 1889 settlers rushed to claim land in this new territory: many entered "sooner" than noon
    $1600 14
A synonym for "get lost"; you might tell Ben Franklin to do it
    $2000 11
Rusty-James, whose brother is Motorcycle Boy, is the troubled hero of this teen classic by S.E. Hinton
    $2000 20
In mythology he's Neptune's Greek equivalent
    $2000 8
This state's only national memorial honors clergyman Roger Williams
    $2000 25
The 1890 Battle of Wounded Knee in this state was the last major conflict between Indians & U.S. troops
    $2000 15
In a wrestling metaphor, to fight fiercely

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$9,800 $15,906 $2,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

This small town in Tuscany was the birthplace of the man who painted the Mona Lisa

Final scores:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$1 $25,906 $0

Cumulative scores:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$1 $31,006 $23,300
2nd runner-up: $15,000 Tournament champion: $75,000 1st runner-up: $25,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$9,800 $16,200 $3,000
16 R,
5 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,000

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