Show #3957 - Tuesday, November 13, 2001

2001 College Championship quarterfinal game 5.
From the campus at UCLA.

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
A major New York City airport
    $100 15
25 miles north of Terre Haute in this state, you'll find Parke County, the Covered Bridge Capital of the World
    $100 2
The world headquarters for this religion is in Salt Lake City, Utah
    $100 22
Guinness lists the official altitude record for this soaring sport as 14,250.69 feet
    $100 13
Colorful images in this patriotic classic include "purple mountain majesties" & "amber waves of grain"
    $100 1
In a 1961 Joseph Heller novel, "There was only one catch and that was" this
    $200 5
Revolutionary hero seen here
    $200 18
Most cities would cringe, but Hidalgo in this U.S. state embraced being the Killer Bee Capital
    $200 3
This sacred text contains the revelations of Allah to the Prophet Muhammad
    $200 23
A woman from Cyprus spent a record 6 days trapped in one of these, & probably without muzak
    $200 14
This anthem is sung to the tune of the old drinking song "To Anacreon In Heaven"
    $200 10
The narrator of his "Remembrance of Things Past" is named Marcel
    $300 6
North American team sport played with a netted stick
    $300 19
A killer place to visit is the Shark's Tooth Capital of the world in Sarasota County in this state
    $300 7
During religious services, Jewish boys & men traditionally wear these skullcaps
    $300 24
This 70-something actor is listed as the oldest racing driver
    $300 28
Kate Smith blessed the world with the first public rendition of this Irving Berlin song in 1938
    $300 11
The 8,000-copy first printing of this 1967 Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel sold out in a week
    DD: $500 16
Home of Sancho Panza's partner
    $400 20
Miss USA, not Al Gore, was grand marshal at this state's Mule-lennium Party in Columbia, the Mule Capital
    $400 8
This form of Buddhism developed in China in the 500s, then later spread to Japan
    $400 26
Someone get this man a burger! He's starred in more TV ads than any other company founder
    $400 30
Originally released in 1984, this Lee Greenwood crowd pleaser is back on the charts in 2001
    $400 12
This Catherine Marshall novel became a TV series with Kellie Martin teaching in the Appalachians
    $500 17
It confined the Minotaur
    $500 21
Vidalia is not only this state's official vegetable but the city that's the Sweet Onion Capital of the World
    $500 9
During a visit to Connecticut in 1741 he delivered his "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" sermon
    $500 27
Using dishwashing liquid, glycerol, water & a wand, Alan McKay created one of these 105 feet long
    $500 29
Written by clergyman Samuel Smith, this "country" song has the same melody as "God Save The Queen"
    $500 25
This E. Annie Proulx novel gives the "News" on Quoyle, a sad man with a huge chin

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

Thomas Mysti Brett
$1,700 $500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Thomas Mysti Brett
$2,400 $2,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
This over 20-mile-long boulevard has great views of the daily event it's named for
    $200 19
Dear Pindar, good news: when this Macedonian sacked Thebes in 335 B.C., I hear he spared your house
    $200 16
It's the TV cable network that presents "Divas Live"
    $200 1
This author of "Roughing It" was born on November 30, 1835
    $200 4
All was not well in Beantown when Billy, played by Gil Bellows, died of a brain hemorrhage on this Kelley show
    $200 26
All is well if things are on an "even" one of these
    $400 10
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew bench presses... with a little help.) I'm doing some reps at this beach in Venice where Hulk Hogan & Schwarzenegger pumped up
    $400 20
Good news, Praxiteles! Copies of your statue of this kind of part-goat guy... I can't keep 'em in stock
    $400 17
While today's pool balls are made of plastic, they used to be made from this valuable substance
    $400 2
In Great Britain, every November 5 is his "Day", celebrated with fireworks & bonfires
    $400 5
All was not well in Beantown when D.A. Richard Bay was gunned down in his car on this ABC drama
    $400 27
"Batten down" these to prepare for trouble
    $600 11
"First thing you know, ol' Jed's a millionaire, kinfolk said, Jed, move away from there" to this city (in song, that is)
    $600 21
Dear Xenophon, I couldn't put down your book "Memorabilia" about this philosopher & his conversations
    $600 18
Among this state university's songs are "A Hymn To Queens" & "In A Quaint Old Jersey Town"
    $600 3
On Nov. 28, 1520 this explorer & his ships entered the Pacific Ocean, which he named for its calmness
    $600 6
All was not well in Beantown when teacher Harry Senate couldn't save a gangbanger from his fate on this show
    $600 28
"To take" this "out of someone's sails" is to make him halt his activity
    DD: $1,100 12
In 1989 Martin Sheen, honorary mayor of this beach city, home of Pepperdine U., declared it a nuclear-free zone
    $800 22
Hey guy! Aristophanes sure satirized you in "The Frogs"; it was much funnier than your "Medea"
    $800 24
A cavalry horse named Comanche who survived this 1876 battle is preserved & displayed at a museum in Kansas
    DD: $1,000 14
On Nov. 10, 1994 this Mideast king made his first official visit to Israel
    $800 7
After getting shot by a gang member, there was no more hope on this medical drama for Alan Birch
    $800 30
"Lower" this on someone when it's time to make him pay
    $1000 13
This venue, home to the first Super Bowl, was also the site of the 1932 & 1984 Olympic games
    $1000 23
Dear Aristeides, I can't believe this author paralleled your life with that Roman loser Marcus Cato
    $1000 25
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Central Park.) Some people think Mother Goose was inspired by Queen Goosefoot, the mother of this King of the Franks
    $1000 15
The Continental Congress adopted these on Nov. 15, 1777 & submitted them to the states for ratification
    $1000 9
Spontaneous combustion claimed the mayor of Rome, Wi. on this drama with Ray Walston as Judge Bone
    $1000 29
Someone who's a "loose" one of these can be unpredictable trouble in the making

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Thomas Mysti Brett
$8,200 $7,400 $3,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

First & last names of the 2 First Ladies who each had a husband & son serve as president

Final scores:

Thomas Mysti Brett
$14,801 $7,600 $6,600
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Thomas Mysti Brett
$8,000 $7,300 $3,000
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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Game tape date: 2001-10-06
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