Show #3965 - Friday, November 23, 2001

Trevor Norris game 5.


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Jake Storms, an actor originally from Sandy, Oregon

Betsy Archbold, a freelance writer and personal shopper from Austin, Texas

Trevor Norris, a management analyst from Washington, D.C. (whose 4-day cash winnings total $38,603)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: 1970s, of course.)
    $100 1
The Spanish called the Muslims Moors, meaning from this country
    $100 4
A real butcher gave his name to this line of processed meats that includes B-O-L-O-G-N-A
    $100 11
"I don't want to hear any jokes about who's buried in my tomb"
    $100 12
Cleavon Little plays Black Bart, the sheriff of Ridge Rock in this 1974 Mel Brooks comedy
    $100 17
This Lexington school abbreviated VMI began admitting women in August 1997
    $100 16
Cosmetic surgery to pull the skin back & up to remove wrinkles
    $200 2
This expensive spice from La Mancha gives paella its golden hue
    $200 5
This brand was named for a rice grower who was known for the quality of his rice
    $200 13
"Here's looking (up) at you, kid"
    $200 15
(Sofia of the Clue Crew rides on the carousel.) I'm riding the Santa Monica Pier carousel, which you may recognize from this 1973 Newman & Redford ragtime film
    $200 24
He was the first man to walk on the moon as an active member of the military
    $200 23
The worth of a stamp or coin stated on it
    $300 3
This 2.25-square-mile area on the Iberian Peninsula belongs to the United Kingdom
    $300 6
A certain sea commander is the namesake of this breakfast cereal
    $300 14
"The inventor you've reached has been disconnected"
    $300 18
George Burns & Walter Matthau are 2 cranky ex-vaudevillians who reunite for a TV special in this 1975 comedy
    $300 25
"Equine" nickname of the WWII plane seen here; it wasn't built by Ford
    $300 28
Maintaining one's reputation
    $400 9
To make port in Porto, Portugal, add this to wine & age
    $400 7
This whiskey was named for its founder, who was born near Lynchburg, Tennessee
    $400 20
69-30 B.C.:
"One day Liz Taylor will play me onscreen (whatever onscreen means)"
    $400 19
Gordon Parks, Sr. directed this 1971 film about a "black private dick that's a sex machine to all the chicks"
    $400 26
The micro version of this Israeli-made submachine gun is seen here
    $400 29
To deal with a pressing problem directly, or the name of a 1980 TV game show similar to "Name That Tune"
    DD: $500 10
Eastern region that's the center of Spain's citrus industry; its oranges are harvested in December
    $500 8
The man was a restaurant & hotel critic; the brand includes cake & muffin mixes & ready-to-spread frostings
    $500 21
"A poet laureate who wouldn't lord it over you"
    $500 22
Oliver Stone won an Oscar for his screenplay of this 1978 film
    $500 27
This man was the first Vietnam veteran nominated for president by either the Democrats or Republicans
    $500 30
Andy Griffith starred as a bumpkin turned TV star in this 1957 movie drama penned by Budd Schulberg

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

Trevor Betsy Jake
$2,100 $1,300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Betsy Jake
$4,200 $2,100 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: It is not necessarily about lightning; we're referring to literature.)
    $200 2
By any means necessary, tell us the name of this black leader seen here
    $200 21
The statue's total weight of 225 tons is made up of about 125 tons of steel & about 90 tons of this metal
    $200 16
"In the Eye of the Storm" chronicles the life of this American general who led Operation Desert Storm
    $200 1
A preliminary contest; when preceded by "dead", it's a tie
    $200 26
The title of Schumann's "Kinderscenen" means "scenes from" this period of life, perhaps his happiest
    $200 6
A group of goats or sheep
    $400 3
This boxing hall of famer seen here "bombed" many an opponent
    DD: $400 22
The American Museum of this was opened in the base of the statue in 1972
    $400 17
This "Little" children's classic begins "Chug, chug, chug. Puff, puff, puff. Ding-dong, ding-dong"
    $400 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reads from the golf course.) This name for my present location sounds like a place to seek shelter from an air raid
    $400 27
In 4 glorious days in 1841, Schumann wrote his first symphony, named for this joyous season
    $400 12
Like a brother
    $600 5
She's the "Caged" poet seen here
    $600 23
This N.Y. World publisher's fundraising efforts to build the base should have won him a prize
    $600 18
The novel that inspired "Blade Runner" was titled "Do Androids Dream of" these
    $600 9
It's a swimming race in which each of the contestants does a different stroke each quarter
    $600 28
Robert's demons were at bay during 6 years in this Saxony city that was firebombed in 1945
    $600 13
A Boeing's body
    $800 7
He started "warming the bench" in 1967
    $800 24
The statue & torch were shipped from this city in France where another famous lady was torched
    DD: $1,000 19
Name shared by a Shakespearean play-within-a-play & a long-running Agatha Christie play that premiered in 1952
    $800 10
A reprise is an attack done in fencing after a brief return to this position
    $800 29
Pathetic & deranged, on February 27, 1854 Schumann attempted suicide by leaping into this river
    $800 14
Cynical cinema style of the '40s
    $1000 8
In 1972 this woman's place was in the House; the House of Representatives
    $1000 25
This Flemish man once owned the island on which the statue sits
    $1000 20
(Hi, I'm Leif Garrett.) In 1983 I appeared with Matt Dillon & C. Thomas Howell in this film adaptation of a bestselling S.E. Hinton novel
    $1000 11
Unless there's a puck in this area in front of a hockey net, attacking players aren't allowed in it
    $1000 30
Robert Schumann died age 46 in an asylum near Bonn, the city where this musical titan was born in 1770
    $1000 15
British bad "Guy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Betsy Jake
$10,000 $4,900 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

According to tradition, he was descended from the clan of the Pontii & killed himself in 39 A.D.

Final scores:

Trevor Betsy Jake
$16,001 $5,000 $6,200
5-day champion: $54,604 3rd place: Trip to Resort at Squaw Creek 2nd place: Trip to Los Cabos, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Trevor Betsy Jake
$10,000 $4,900 $7,800
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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Game tape date: 2001-08-28
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