Show #3809 - Thursday, March 8, 2001

Rick Knutsen game 3.


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Pamela Meneley, a production assistant from San Diego, California

Cecil Chang, a physician from Lafayette, California

Rick Knutsen, a musician from Brooklyn, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
In his will, this playwright left his second-best bed to his wife; maybe the best one went to Gwyneth Paltrow
    $100 1
"The Ricardos Change Apartments"
    $100 15
This dazzling rock is so hard it can only be scratched by another one
    $100 18
This company first introduced its MSN Network as part of Windows 95
    $100 26
You'd be "as slow as" this syrup too if you were made from cane sugar
    $100 6
Footgear for Secretariat, or an enjoyable backyard game
    $200 11
Against all odds, Catherine Parr's marriage to this man who'd been wed 5 times before was surprisingly happy
    $200 2
"Wally's Girl Trouble"
    $200 17
Often white & translucent, this delicate variety of gypsum has been used to make statues & vases
    $200 19
Here's the "scoop": this chain began operating in 1978 out of a renovated gas station in Vermont
    $200 27
She's the "syrupy" mrs. seen here:
    $200 7
It can be a business recruiter or a cranium collector
    $300 12
Some say this Scottish queen only married the Earl of Bothwell because he abducted her
    $300 3
"Sheriff Barney"
    $300 23
Red pyrope, a type of this mineral & birthstone, is often sold as an imitation ruby
    $300 20
With its "Softer Side" ads aside, this retailer now offers "The Good Life at a Great Price. Guaranteed."
    $300 28
Mon dieu! This Canadian province produces more maple syrup than any other
    $300 8
The last stage of an undertaking, or the last part of a race
    $400 13
This "Great" czar forced his first wife, Eudoxia, to become a nun, but she gave up the veil & romanced Stepan Glebov
    $400 4
"Hot Lips and Empty Arms"
    $400 24
New Hampshire's state rock of coarse is this common building material
    $400 21
This airline first took to the skies in 1924 as a crop-dusting service based in Macon, Georgia
    $400 29
Used in a variety of foods, this a"maize"ing syrup is made by processing a starch with acids or enzymes
    $400 9
Hawaii favorite flowering here
    $500 14
This philandering U.S. pres. called his wife Florence "The Duchess"; we wonder if she had any choice nicknames for him
    $500 5
"Lovey's Secret Admirer"
    DD: $200 25
A carbonate of copper, the ornamental stone malachite is this color
    $500 22
I can get it for you wholesale at this warehouse chain that merged with Price Club in 1993
    $500 30
After baking, syrup is poured over this multilayered paper-thin Turkish & Greek pastry
    $500 16
Das kapital of das Keystone State

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Rick Cecil Pamela
$2,800 $300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Cecil Pamela
$4,200 $1,200 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The 50-story Canary Wharf Tower in this capital is the U.K.'s tallest building
    $200 15
Three Rivers Stadium opened in 1970, the same year as this city's Riverfront Stadium
    $200 6
It's the part of Julia that poet Robert Herrick said was "as white and hairless as an egg"
    $200 19
Serling's deities
    $200 7
This last name of NYC sports commentator Phil also precedes "Le Pew" & "Le Moko"
    $200 26
His "Impression: Sunrise" was a seascape
    $400 2
Its famous avenue Unter Den Linden connects the Schlossplatz & the Brandenburg Gate
    $400 16
This pro football team had to find a new home with the closure of the stadium
    $400 12
The 1927 book "The Road to Xanadu" was about this poet's sources for "Kubla Khan" & "The Ancient Mariner"
    $400 20
Rickenbacker's flimsy nightwear
    $400 8
He trained at the Actors Studio before starring on "Banacek" & "The A-Team"
    $400 27
He painted the deaths of Lepeletier & Bara, as well as Marat
    $600 3
This city's Christianborg Palace houses parliament & the supreme court
    $600 17
For the Pirates' last home game in the stadium, this "We Are Family" group sang the National Anthem
    $600 13
There was a 6-year gap between the publications of the first 3 books of his "Faerie Queene" & the last 3
    $600 21
Schwarzkopf's latter-day saints
    DD: $1,400 9
It's odd that Charlemagne, the son of this 8th century ruler, was unusually tall
    $600 28
His "Olympia" was a new version of the recumbent Venus popular with Italian masters
    $800 4
To visit the National Museum in Bosnia, head to this capital
    $800 18
As PNC Park replaced Three Rivers, Three Rivers replaced this park
    $800 14
His 1919 novel "The Moon and Sixpence" was turned into an opera in 1957
    $800 22
Brummell's schnoz
    $800 10
He founded the Malibu university where Kenneth Starr was once about to become dean of law
    $800 29
In 1883 he settled in Giverny & built a little pond
    DD: $1,000 5
A castle on the Vltava River in this capital was once home to the kings of Bohemia
    $1000 24
This MVP of the '79 World Series was honored as part of the closing ceremonies
    $1000 25
George Du Maurier's "Trilby" featured this sinister hypnotist
    $1000 23
Eldridge's cloth-makers
    $1000 11
We thought we'd sneak this 17th century diarist into the category even though his name has a long "E" sound
    $1000 30
His painting "The Fifer", seen here, dates from 1866:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Cecil Pamela
$12,000 $5,800 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This president signed the bill to create a transcontinental railroad; he didn't live to see its completion

Final scores:

Rick Cecil Pamela
$12,100 $7,199 $1
3-day champion: $35,500 2nd place: Trip to Switzerland 3rd place: Vocopro Karaoke Machine

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rick Cecil Pamela
$11,500 $5,800 $3,200
32 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
2 W
9 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 2000-11-29
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