Show #3814 - Thursday, March 15, 2001


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David Sales, a physician from Northbrook, Illinois

Nick Ireland, a court reporting instructor from Longview, Texas

Raj Choudhary, a customer care manager from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1999 Gisele Bundchen was this of the Year at the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards
    $100 11
This large barge of the Bible carried passengers in pairs
    $100 1
Akaka & Inouye
    $100 26
Collective name for Tony's backup singers Telma Hopkins & Joyce Vincent
    $100 21
Sri Lanka's port city of Colombo is near the mouth of the Kelani River on this ocean
    $100 16
Proverbially, this action "deserves another"
    $200 7 gives Golden Hitches to these previews of coming attractions
    $200 12
It can be logs lashed together or inflatable rubber
    $200 2
Thurmond & Hollings
    $200 27
In 1980 Tony appeared in a Broadway production of a musical about this circus showman
    $200 22
Dating back 2,000 years, the Kelaniya Raja Mahavihara is Colombo's most prominent temple of this religion
    $200 17
This 4-word phrase means "suitable to be worn by almost everyone"
    DD: $500 8
The Ron Brown Award for Corporate Leadership honors the late secretary of this cabinet department
    $300 13
Take note, these large luxurious ships can hold passengers (& LPs)
    $300 3
Cochran & Lott
    $300 28
In 1977 Orlando announced his retirement after the suicide of this comedian friend
    $300 23
This political official's house in Colombo is known as "Queen's House"
    $300 18
This playground selection system counts closed hands as "spuds"
    $400 9
The M in AMS, which gives awards for predicting the weather, stands for this 14-letter word
    $400 14
In the 1988 America's Cup, the Stars & Stripes, this type of ship, beat New Zealand's entry
    $400 4
Specter & Santorum
    $400 29
Tony wondered about the whereabouts of this title woman in the following:
    $400 24
In 1791 the city of Colombo passed to this empire that made it the capital of its crown colony of Ceylon
    $400 19
This 1954 big screener was highlighted by Marlon Brando as the leader of the "Black Rebels"
    $500 10
In 1979 Philip Johnson was the first winner of the Pritzker Prize in this field
    $500 15
This 19th century speedy, sharp-bowed, fully rigged sailing ship sounds like it went to Barber-y Coast School
    $500 5
Grassley & Harkin
    $500 30
In the early '90s Tony moved to this Missouri city where he opened his own theater
    $500 25
Traders from this Iberian nation arrived in Colombo in the 16th c. & built a fort to protect their spice trade
    $500 20
In a No. 1 R&B hit from 1978, Funkadelic celebrated this "under a groove"

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

Raj Nick David
$500 $900 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Raj Nick David
$1,500 $2,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1920s
(Alex: You have to name the playwright.)
    $200 2
In 1921 this Swiss psychiatrist developed his famous inkblot test
    $200 7
Horse-loving Princess Anne
    $200 22
Introduced into New Zealand in 1906, this fruit was named for the country's national symbol
    $200 15
Who could forget Demi Moore as Hester Prynne in this 1995 film?
    $200 16
"I don't say he's a great man. Willy Loman never made a lot of money"
    $200 26
This drug-addled big screener from 1987 was based on a Bret Easton Ellis novel
    $400 3
During a cruise Harold Vanderbilt perfected the "contract" form of this game
    $400 8
Tricia Cox
    $400 23
The Holy Ghost flower, an orchid, is the national flower of this long, narrow Central American nation
    $400 14
Al Pacino couldn't see but he sure could tango in this 1992 film
    $400 17
"WEAF presents Dinner at Brighton Beach starring the Jacob Jerome family..."
    $400 29
Sappho's birthplace
    $600 4
Awarded a Pulitzer Prize for "Arrowsmith", he said no thanks
    DD: $1,000 9
Ilyasah & Attallah Shabazz
    $600 24
This spice comes from the membrane that covers the nutmeg seed kernel
    $600 13
"They stole his mind, now he wants it back" was a tagline for this Arnold Schwarzenegger film
    $600 18
"I think you ought to know, Doolittle, that Mr. Higgins's intentions are entirely honorable"
    $600 30
This country of southern Africa was formerly known as Basutoland
    $800 5
Expelled from the Communist Party in 1927, he was deported to Turkey in 1929 & later moved to Mexico
    $800 10
Actress Angelina Jolie
    $800 25
By definition, this branch of botany studies fossil plants
    $800 12
John Travolta was the perfect candidate for this 1998 movie based on a book by "Anonymous"
    $800 19
"Good-by, good-by world. Good-by Grover's Corners... Mama and Papa. Good-by to clocks ticking..."
    $800 27
She's the towering Olympic & WNBA standout seen here:
    $1000 6
Some dispute it but Floyd Bennett & this man claimed to have been first to fly over the North Pole in May 1926
    $1000 11
Tennis star Alexandra Stevenson
    $1000 21
In 1742 he became professor of botany at Upsala, Sweden
    DD: $1,500 1
In this 1990 film Robin Williams played a doctor who was able to rouse a group of catatonic patients
    $1000 20
"Gimme a whiskey--ginger ale on the side. And don't be stingy, baby"
    $1000 28
Group name for the islands that extend from Puerto Rico to the northeast coast of South America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Raj Nick David
$7,000 $7,800 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the second-shortest month in most of the U.S., beating out the third-shortest months by one hour

Final scores:

Raj Nick David
$10,000 $1,599 $6,199
3-day champion: $26,800 3rd place: a Natural Wonders gift certificate 2nd place: a trip to Paris courtesy of

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Raj Nick David
$7,000 $7,800 $6,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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Game tape date: 2000-12-05
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