Show #3960 - Friday, November 16, 2001

2001 College Championship semifinal game 3.
From the campus at UCLA.


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Matt Schnippert, a sophomore at Florida State University from Jacksonville, Florida

Mysti Kofford, a junior at Boston University from New Orleans, Louisiana

Sara Dean, a junior at Syracuse University from Olney, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
They look a little different now; the 1965 cover seen here was headed, this machine "in Society"
    $100 1
"Criminal Intent" is NBC's latest spin-off of this series
    $100 2
These ever-popular dogs are known as Scotties for short
    $100 21
Every summer it's time to rev your engines for a race to the top of this famous Colorado peak
    $100 26
This brand calls itself "the champagne of bottled waters"
    $100 11
The leg & thigh of the chicken
    $200 17
In 1968 Time said the Pope's "stern no" to this would make the Church's work harder in overpopulated countries
    $200 4
The agency in CBS's "The Agency" & behind ABC's "Alias"
    $200 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from the Page Museum in Los Angeles.) Creatures from 28,000 years ago who sported the look seen here
    DD: $1,000 22
It's the highest mountain in Greece & that's no myth!
    $200 27
The logo of this juice brand is seen here
    $200 12
A competitor who wins unexpectedly
    $300 18
They're the 2 men on the cover here in a hopeful moment in history
    $300 6
This actress "Blue" off "NYPD" & headed to "Philly"
    $300 5
The American curl cat is so-named because this pair of features curls back to give it an alert appearance
    $300 23
These mountains extend into 7 countries, including Colombia, Ecuador & Peru
    $300 28
This soft drink has used the slogan "Image is nothing... obey your thirst"
    $300 13
You'll find a developer, a stop bath & a fixer here
    $400 19
1933 coverage of FDR usually mentioned this ivory accessory between his jaunty lips
    $400 7
Mr. Holland on film, he became Max Bickford on TV
    $400 9
The Clumber breed of this dog was named for Clumber Park, the Duke of Newcastle's estate
    $400 24
Rip Van Winkle took his 20-year snooze in these mountains of New York
    $400 29
It's what the RC stands for in RC Cola
    $400 14
This term referred to a supposed lack of learning in the period from the 400s to the 900s
    $500 20
Governor of the '70s seen here; today, he's a mayor
    $500 8
Rose McGowan is the new Halliwell sister on this WB series
    $500 10
Though this dog is called "Rhodesian", it actually hails from South Africa
    $500 25
Check your map book: these mountains extend more than 1,200 miles across Morocco, Algeria & Tunisia
    $500 30
(Sarah of the Clue Crew sips coffee with Jimmy in New Orleans.) The delicious cafe au lait at the cafe du monde is flavored with this plant; it's related to endive
    $500 15
It's postulated this hypothetical substance accounts for gravitational forces observed in the universe

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

Sara Mysti Matt
$1,500 $300 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Mysti Matt
$2,600 $900 $4,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And they are tricky, so be careful.)
    $200 7
You'll find his office at the Palacio de la Revolution in Havana
    $200 6
Gary's mother had 3 children, one named April, one named June & one named this
    $200 13
This word, used to describe a crowd in a Thomas Hardy title, means "frenzied"
    $200 1
Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker teamed up again in the sequel to this 1998 action comedy
    $200 21
A gascon was a braggart, after the supposedly boastful people of Gascony in this country
    $200 26
Francisco Pizarro was killed by a competing conquistador after looting & destroying this Peruvian empire
    $400 12
This French emperor's return to power in 1815 lasted about one hundred days
    $400 8
Just before Mount Everest was discovered, this was the highest mountain in the world
    $400 14
Barrie, Housman, Shaw & Kipling were pallbearers at Hardy's funeral at this church; his ashes lie in Poets' Corner
    $400 2
John Leguizamo played Toulouse-Lautrec in this 2001 movie musical
    $400 22
A dotard was someone whose intelligence & faculties were faulty for this reason
    $400 27
Pedro Menendez de Aviles founded this Florida city on his way to massacring a rival colony
    $600 17
1 of 2 Yitzhaks since the '70s to serve as prime minister of Israel
    $600 9
Of Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney or Colin Clive, the one who played the title role in the 1931 film "Frankenstein"
    $600 15
This 1891 Hardy novel is subtitled "A Pure Woman"
    $600 3
Charlton Heston had a cameo in this 2001 remake directed by Tim Burton
    $600 23
3-letter word for a mongrel dog or an unsavory person
    DD: $5 28
Burke & Wills were the first to cross this continent south to north; they died on the way back
    $800 18
In February 2001 Jean-Bertrand Aristide returned to power as president of this country
    $800 10
The act of seeing is actually performed by this organ, not the eye
    $800 16
Michael Henchard becomes this town official, the title of an 1886 Hardy novel
    $800 4
Vin Diesel can't drive 55 in this 2001 film that explored the underground world of L.A. street racing
    DD: $1,000 24
The name of this seabird, meaning "one easily fooled", later had -ible added to it
    $800 29
Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo died from complications of a broken leg on San Miguel Island off this state he explored
    $1000 19
In 1910 this European country's last king, Manuel II, was overthrown in a naval revolt
    $1000 11
It's the 11-letter word all Canadians pronounce incorrectly
    $1000 20
Hardy set many of his novels in this imaginary county in southwestern England
    $1000 5
Marcia Gay Harden won an Oscar for playing artist Lee Krasner, this painter's wife, in a 2000 film
    $1000 25
"Rascal" evolved into this longer word that sounds like one who strikes green onions
    $1000 30
The first European to travel the Mississippi: later his men killed him while trying to find the river in Texas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sara Mysti Matt
$3,000 $3,300 $9,895
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Tiger Woods' 22-page booklet "The Making of a Champion" came free on one million boxes of this product

Final scores:

Sara Mysti Matt
$4,000 $6,599 $9,895
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sara Mysti Matt
$4,000 $3,300 $9,100
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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Game tape date: 2001-10-07
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