Show #3935 - Friday, October 12, 2001

Introduction of Clue Crew member Sarah.


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Jason Logan, an independent contractor from Atlanta, Georgia

Tanya Knight, an immigration counselor from Toronto, Canada

Jim Krakar, a professional healthcare representative from Clay, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you 2 states, you name the state that borders both of them.)
    $100 1
Kansas & Utah
    $100 16
If you must move a victim with a broken bone, apply one of these to prevent the broken bone from moving
    $100 26
Georgia produces about 40% of the USA's annual crop of this legume
    $100 6
3-word phrase that followed "Good evening, I'm Chevy Chase..."
    $100 19
In 1991 Louis Rich introduced a bacon made out of this meat
    $100 11
If you're hard at work, you're keeping this body part "to the grindstone"
    $200 2
Oklahoma & Arkansas
    $200 17
To control bleeding, apply direct pressure on the wound & on these, which supply blood to the affected area
    $200 27
This Australian gum tree produces a resin, Botany Bay kino, that protects wood against shipworms & other borers
    $200 7
It was how everyone looked according to Fernando, the talk show host played by Billy Crystal
    $200 20
The original shredder was Henry Perky, who in 1892, "shredded" this for breakfast cereal
    $200 12
An empathetic person would give you this body part "to cry on"
    $300 3
New York & Ohio
    $300 18
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports, using a brown bag.) If you're suffering from this 16-letter word, do the following to alleviate it
    DD: $1,000 28
This tree, Acer saccharum, has the strongest & hardest wood of any maple
    $300 8
In a parody of the debates on "60 Minutes", he spoke the immortal line "Jane, you ignorant slut"
    $300 21
Its smiling-faced pitcher was trademarked back in the 1950s
    $300 13
It's what you're said to "hold" when you're keeping your big mouth shut
    $400 4
Montana & Oregon
    $400 24
(Hi, I'm Elisabeth Filarski from Survivor.) If the Heimlich Maneuver fails & a person can't breathe at all, create an airway with this surgical procedure
    $400 29
Modern versions of this flower, also called a clove pink, were developed in France around 1840
    $400 9
(Hi, I'm Rob Schneider.) My "SNL" character Richard "The Richmeister" Laymer coined this 2-word catchphrase for Xeroxing
    $400 22
In 1942 Gordon Harwell & Eric Huzenlaub "converted" this grain
    $400 14
The kind of icy extremities an apprehensive bridegroom gets
    $500 5
North Carolina & West Virginia
    $500 25
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the beach, with Sarah lying down on a blue towel.) For professionals performing CPR, remember your ABCs: airway, breathing & this, which means checking for a pulse
    $500 10
This comic played pathological liar Tommy Flanagan, whose wife was "Morgan Fairchild, yeah, that's the ticket"
    $500 23
Procter & Gamble has found that a form of this fat substitute it uses in WOW! chips can clean up toxic spills
    $500 15
Someone who covets something of great value often says, "I'd give" these canines" "for that"

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

Jim Tanya Jason
$200 $1,400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Tanya Jason
$1,100 $3,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the film.)
    $200 11
He won a 1991 Pulitzer for his comedy "Lost in Yonkers"
    $200 6
Flower girl Eliza Doolittle
    $200 13
In a popular nursery rhyme neither of these 2 groups could put Humpty Dumpty back together again
    $200 23
Present-day Armenia & what is now the eastern part of the nation make up historic Armenia
    $200 18
Certs used this slogan in its first commercial some 40 years ago
    $200 1
Horatio Kitchener was made an earl of this capital of Sudan
    $400 12
"Our Teeth" & "Our Town" have been subjects for this Wisconsin-born playwright
    $400 7
The "Maid" of Sherwood Forest
    $400 15
Famed British group whose work included "The Dead Parrot Sketch" & the "Lumberjack Song"
    $400 19
This Batman villain is former D.A. Harvey Dent
    $400 2
Ding-dong! When Anthony Eden came "calling", people knew he was first earl of this
    $600 14
Ira Levin, author of the creepy "Rosemary's Baby", wrote the jocular play "No Time for" these
    $600 8
Sister Luke
    $600 28
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Sea World in San Diego.) It's a term for a stable group of killer whales, so you could say "as alike as two whales in" one of these
    $600 20
Proverbial phrase that describes what's required to dance to the following
    DD: $500 3
As seventh earl of this, Thomas Bruce is immortalized in Greek marbles
    $800 16
He wrote "To the Ladies" with Marc Connelly & "The Man Who Came to Dinner" with Moss Hart
    $800 9
Susy Hendrix, a blind woman
    $800 27
This "college" not only assists the pope, it elects a new one whenever the papacy is vacant
    $800 26
Armenia declared its independence from this collapsing entity Sept. 23, 1991
    $800 21
This nickname for a person too sweet & innocent to be true goes back to an 18th century children's story
    $800 4
Elizabethans found Robert Devereux, 2nd earl of this, "A nature not to be ruled"
    $1000 17
David Rabe's next play after his 1982 "Goose and Tomtom" was this 1984 chaotic concoction
    $1000 10
Karen Wright, the co-headmistress at a girls' school
    $1000 24
Capricorn, Taurus & Virgo make up this group of Zodiac signs
    $1000 25
In recent years Armenia has fought this nation for control of Armenian-populated Nagorno-Karabakh
    DD: $500 22
In this play Valentine doth say, "Home-keeping youth have ever homely wits"
    $1000 5
Good Lord! Photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones was made Earl of this in 1961

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Tanya Jason
$1,700 $5,700 $100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Alessandro Moreschi, who died in 1922, was the last renowned member of this operatic category of voice

Final scores:

Jim Tanya Jason
$1,400 $3,500 $199
2nd place: Trip to Paris New champion: $3,500 3rd place: Trip to Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Tanya Jason
$1,700 $5,000 $1,100
11 R,
5 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
14 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $7,800

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Game tape date: 2001-08-21
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