Show #3996 - Monday, January 7, 2002

Mark Lee game 5.


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David Bell, an advertising executive from Atlanta, Georgia

Dawn Jameson, a human resources consultant from Clarkdale, Georgia

Mark Lee, a sales manager originally from Peoria, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $67,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
A pas de trois is a dance for 3, & this similar term is a dance for 2 performers
    $200 18
In 2001 students held a sit-in to demand this type of "wage" for Harvard service workers
    $200 7
Twin hills called the Paps are part of the scenery of County Kerry in this country
    $200 13
The name of this 3-masted sailing ship used by the Spanish Armada is from the Old Spanish for "galley"
    $200 6
Lorraine Adams of the Dallas Morning News won this prize for Investigative Reporting in 1992
    $200 1
In diner slang, "without moo" means without this
    $400 27
Margot Fonteyn danced divinely in a 1940 ballet inspired by this author of the "Divine Comedy"
    $400 19
Court decisions that seek to make laws rather than interpret them are called this type of "activism"
    $400 8
New Hampshire's mount Washington has the skiing spot called Tuckerman this, a narrow valley or gorge
    $400 14
Used by the Inuit for thousands of years, it has a covered deck & an open cockpit in which the rower sits with his oar
    $400 9
(Here's Cheryl at the Plaza Hotel with this clue.) At the Plaza on February 10, 1964, this group was presented with two gold records from their latest album
    $400 2
Derived from the word bimbo, it's the male equivalent of a bimbo
    $600 28
A male drifter lusts after a garage owner's wife in "The Car Man", inspired by this composer's opera "Carmen"
    $600 20
One day a year Oxfam America asks people in wealthy countries to do this "for a world harvest"
    $600 25
On Emei Shan, a mountain in this country, you'll pass White Dragon Cave & Elephant Bathing Pool
    DD: $1,400 15
Carl J. Eliason is credited with inventing this vehicle in the 1920s by motorizing a toboggan
    $600 10
In 1998 this "Dilbert" creator received the Reuben Award from the National Cartoonists Society
    $600 3
In baseball, dancer is slang for this type of pitch
    $800 21
You could call Julia Butterfly Hill, seen here,
a tree-hugger; she spent two years in one of these California trees
    $800 24
Patagonia is mainly in Argentina but part, including craggy Torres del Paine National Park, is in this country
    $800 16
France's TGV & Japan's Shinkansen trains are more popularly known by this "projectile" name
    $800 11
This man won the 1982 Best Actor Oscar for playing a 1948 assassination victim
    $800 4
(Sofia "rocks" the clue.) In rock-climbing slang, to fall hard to the ground is to do this, also part of a volcano. Aaaah!
    $1000 22
If you live in Brea, California, dislike big government & adore elephants, think of joining the Orange County "Young" these
    $1000 23
For hiking info in this mountainous country, contact the Osterreichischer Alpenverein
    $1000 17
This pioneer wagon could float when the wheels were removed because it was built with the ends higher than the middle
    $1000 12
A 1985 Peabody Award was presented to Bob Geldof for organizing these performance events
    $1000 5
To be compared to a work
by this artist, like the one seen here, is an insult; it means you look better from a distance

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Mark Dawn David
$3,000 $400 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Dawn David
$2,000 $2,600 $9,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
The "Ramayana" is one of the great epic poems written in this classical language
    $400 20
Before WWII this future French pres. criticized his country's military strategy & argued for Panzer-like tank divisions
    $400 11
Brandon Lee, who played this title character who came back to life after being shot, was shot & died during the filming
    $400 8
Christy Turlington, Eva Herzigova or Naomi Campbell
    $400 16
Gustav Klimt's "Judith I"
is an example of the Viennese Secession Movement, also known as this "new art" style
    $400 6
7 years a Saint,
7 years a Bond
    $800 2
Because it was dedicated to the schoolchildren of Soweto, the 1980 book "Fire Flames" was banned in this country
    $800 21
JFK was the youngest man elected president & this man was the youngest to serve as president
    $800 12
People have "shelled out" money for comics & movies based on this Kevin Eastman & Peter Laird quartet
    $800 9
If you say this 34-letter word from "Mary Poppins" "loud enough you'll always sound precocious"
    $800 19
(Take a look.) Goya's "The Third of May"
commemorates the execution of Madrid's citizens by this emperor's troops
    $800 7
The 1999 book "Walk this Way" is about a rock group with this lead singer
    $1200 3
(Let's join Jimmy in New Orleans for this clue) This man from Mississippi wrote his first novel, the 1926 book "Soldier's Pay", while living in the building behind me
    $1200 22
Robbie Robertson is a rock musician; this ex-governor of Wisconsin is Secretary of Health & Human Services
    $1200 13
Fans marveled as Hugh Jackman nailed (or should we say clawed) this hero in 2000
    $1200 10
This "Smooth" Santana album has sold 21 million copies worldwide
    $1200 25
Name repeated in the title of a 1976-77 comedy soap
    DD: $3,000 4
Set during a Cossack uprising, "Hadji Murad" is a short novel by this author also known for a much longer work
    DD: $6,000 23
What couldn't he do? James K. Polk was the only U.S. president to have held this congressional title, 1835-1839
    $1600 14
Shaq smashed as "Steel" & this actor bashed as "Blade"
    $1600 17
In 1006 one of these in the nighttime sky was said to have achieved the brightness of a half-moon
    $1600 26
City that's home to a branch of the University of Texas
    $2000 5
"Before Night Falls", the controversial autobiography of this Cuban author, inspired a 2000 film
    $2000 24
Her People Power Revolution toppled Ferdinand Marcos & led to her becoming President of the Philippines
    $2000 15
This 1995 film cast Sylvester Stallone as a man who was the police, jury & executioner all rolled into one
    $2000 18
On or near the surface, or apparent rather than actual
    $2000 27
It's who led the Peasants' Revolt in England in 1381

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Dawn David
$15,800 $8,200 $14,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2001 a fight over these initials pitted the panda against The Rock

Final scores:

Mark Dawn David
$3,199 $500 $11,999
2nd place 3rd place New champion: $11,999

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Dawn David
$10,000 $8,200 $13,400
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
0 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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Game tape date: 2001-10-29
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