Show #3951 - Monday, November 5, 2001

Trevor Norris game 1.


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Trevor Norris, a management analyst from Washington, D.C.

Mary-Beth Prokop, an administrator from Annapolis, Maryland

Ulhas Rajurkar, a human resources specialist from Lorton, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $28,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will include a variation on Polly.)
(Alex: We want you to name the husband.)
    $100 1
The governor's mansion housing George Pataki is in this city
    $100 6
Polli is called a tadpole. Called a tadpole
    $100 11
The International Monetary Fund, established in 1945, is a specialized agency of this organization
    $100 26
The Wise Men brought to Jesus gifts of gold, myrrh & this
    $100 21
Life was a drag for Adam Sandler & this "Just Shoot Me" actor as "Gap Girls" on "SNL"
    $100 16
Martha Custis
    $200 2
In 1861 Abe Lincoln moved from this Illinois city and headed for D.C.
    $200 7
This Polly is blindly optimistic. Optimistic
    $200 12
A leading yardstick of a country's economy is this, abbreviated GDP
    $200 27
Man O' War was a famous one
    $200 22
As TV's Corporal Klinger, this actor who was also born in Toledo dressed to kill (with kindness)
    $200 17
Elizabeth Taylor
(1964-1974, 1975-1976)
    $300 3
Think about it... this city was first settled by John Harris around 1718
    $300 8
Poli holds your dentures in. Your dentures in
    $300 13
Since WWII, not one of these in the U.S. has developed into the next phase, a depression
    $300 28
It can be a 200th anniversary, or something lasting 200 years
    $300 23
We had our "Eyes Wide Shut" when he wore a bra & pink pumps to receive his 1994 Hasty Pudding Award
    $300 18
Anne Boleyn
    DD: $500 4
Huey Long was shot at the state capitol in this city in 1935
    $400 9
Pauly starred in "Jury Duty". Starred in "Jury Duty"
    $400 14
Karl Marx put this system between capitalism & communism
    $400 29
Person to whom you would sing, "Mapmaker, mapmaker, make me a map"
    $400 24
Born in 1908, he was in over 40 silent films before becoming "Mr." (& sometimes Miss) "Television"
    $400 19
Eva Duarte
    $500 5
It's known as "The Crossroads of the Pacific"
    $500 10
Poly believes in many gods. Many gods
    $500 15
Mercantilism was shot down by this economist in his "Wealth of Nations"
    $500 30
(Sofia of the Clue Crew is at Sea World.) To feed, beluga whales use this system where their sounds are reflected back to gauge distances
    $500 25
This Oscar winner was Buffy the gender slayer on "Bosom Buddies"
    $500 20
Marie Josephine Rose Tascher de la Pagerie

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

Ulhas Mary-Beth Trevor
$900 $200 $3,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ulhas Mary-Beth Trevor
$3,500 $400 $3,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Double letters will occur in each correct response.)
    $200 7
The aptly-named Terry Frost created a painting called this season of the year "1956, Yorkshire"
    $200 12
His "Albert Hall" concert of 1966 was finally released in 1998 after decades of bootlegging
    $200 2
Forced to resign as director of this, William Colby was replaced by George Bush
    $200 26
In the U.S. it's 16 fluid ounces
    $200 1
This "Saint Joan" playwright hated Shakespeare so much it would "Be a relief to...dig him up and throw stones at him"
    $200 17
(Sarah of the Clue Crew is at the San Diego Zoo.) Found in northern Australia & New Guinea, the tree variety of this marsupial can grow to 18 pounds
    $400 8
Fittingly, this woman holds a Tudor rose in the portrait by Nicholas Hilliard seen here
    $400 13
On Jan. 6, 1975 "Another World" became the first daytime drama to go to this many minutes
    $400 3
E. Howard Hunt worked initially with this future radio host on many covert activities
    $400 27
In 3/8 time it's 3 beats long
    $400 22
"Life is divided into the horrible and the miserable", said Woody Allen in this 1977 film
    $400 18
When asked what this musical form was, Louis Armstrong replied, "Man, if you gotta ask, you'll never know"
    $600 9
William Hodges journeyed to the south Pacific as an artist to this captain & painted the portrait of him seen here
    $600 14
1911's "The Durbar at Delhi" was the first major film made using this visual advance
    $600 4
Last name of representative John or columnist Jack, who covered the Watergate scandal
    $600 29
In Greece this many lepta equal 1 drachma
    $600 23
"The play was a great success, but the audience was a total failure", he said after "Lady Windemere's Fan" debuted
    $600 19
This bed of heavy netting hung between 2 trees has been the resting place of many a lazy guy
    $800 10
John Hoppner, a favorite royal portrait artist of the late 1700s, was rumored to be an illegitimate son of this king
    $800 15
Disney's first direct-to-video feature was the "Aladdin" sequel "The Return of" this villain
    DD: $1,000 5
Later chief of staff, this adman became Nixon's campaign manager in 1968 & handled the puff 'n stuff pieces
    $800 28
60 minutes -- on a map
    $800 24
Some would "rather read a book about civil servants written by a rabbit" than this bunny book by Richard Adams
    $800 20
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew enjoys a swimming pool.) Hey, Mom, watch me; if you're not watching, OK, I'm going to do this "ballistic" entry into the pool
    $1000 11
This contemporary Brit has long been in the swim with paintings such as "Peter Getting Out of Nick's Pool"
    $1000 16
In 1955 the Independent Television Authority broke this corporation's monopoly on TV in England
    $1000 6
This Indiana senator led the fight against Nixon's Carswell & Haynsworth Supreme Court nominations
    $1000 30
1 sievert is the dose of radiation from 1 milligram of this element in 1 hour at a distance of 1 centimeter
    DD: $200 25
"I find mankind so odious that I should hate to have it approve of me", Alceste says in this Moliere comedy
    $1000 21
This naturally rounded rock larger than a pebble was once used to pave streets

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ulhas Mary-Beth Trevor
$7,100 $3,400 $7,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The king of this Asian country is known as the "Possessor of the 24 Golden Umbrellas"

Final scores:

Ulhas Mary-Beth Trevor
$6,800 $6,700 $14,201
2nd place: Trip to Hakai Beach Resort, Vancouver, British Columbia 3rd place: Shopping Spree New champion: $14,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ulhas Mary-Beth Trevor
$7,100 $3,400 $7,200
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 2001-08-28
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