Show #3820 - Friday, March 23, 2001


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Jack Breschard, a high school teacher from Santa Monica, California

Armando Martinez, a golf greenskeeper from Santa Monica, California

Matthew Wiehr, a geology student from Eugene, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

"DO", "RE", "MI"
    $100 3
Walt Whitman's 52-section "Song Of Myself" is the longest work in this collection first published in 1855
    $100 21
Nancy Davis' married name
    $100 11
In August 2000 Lea Thompson sallied forth as Sally Bowles in the Broadway revival of this musical
    $100 20
In 1991 Bahrain was one of the good guys in this conflict & the U.S. sold it Apache helicopters
    $100 15
Jay Leno's show, it sounds like how you address a letter for Sir Galahad
    $100 1
Porky popped out of this type of drum at the end of many a Looney Tune
    $200 5
In this Steinbeck novel, Lennie has nightmarish visions of his dead aunt Clara & of a gigantic rabbit
    $200 22
A small filet of prime beef
    $200 12
In 1992 you could have seen James Gandolfini playing cards with Stanley Kowalski in a revival of this play
    $200 23
This country that controlled Bahrain in the 18th century renewed its claim after its 1979 revolution
    $200 16
A cylindrical storage container for grain, it sounds like an order to exhale quietly
    $200 2
Type of drum seen here, or a dance done to them
    $300 6
In this novel, Javert says, "There is a brigand, there is a convict called Jean Valjean, and I have got him!"
    $300 28
It can mean relating to home or a servant who works there
    $300 13
He starred on Broadway in "The Crucible" in 1991, a few years before becoming president (on TV, that is)
    $300 24
The "humped" shape of a Bahraini island gives it the name Hawer, meaning "young" one of these
    $300 17
A pitcher who comes in late in the game, it sounds like a feeling trees have in the spring
    $300 4
On the web you can find A. Claude Ferguson's masterful manual on playing these eating utensils
    $400 7
This James M. Cain novel, which has been filmed "twice", was written under the title "Bar-B-Q"
    $400 29
This kind of "name" is also known as an Internet address
    $400 14
George Grizzard was on board as Cap'n Andy when this "Ol' Man River" musical rolled into London in 1998
    $400 25
The Khalifa clan, which has ruled Bahrain for 2 centuries, belongs to this majority branch of Islam
    $400 18
It sounds like the kind of personality most likely to have a heart attack in the capital of Taiwan
    $400 9
Originally bean-containing dried gourds on handles, they were named by the Tupi of South America
    $500 8
This Muriel Spark novel is set at the Marcia Blaine School For Girls in Edinburgh
    $500 30
Harmful or poisonous fumes caused by decaying organic matter
    DD: $1,000 27
Ethan Hawke appeared in a 1992 production of this Chekhov play with another bird in its name
    $500 26
A causeway linking Bahrain & Saudi Arabia is named for this man who became Saudi king in 1982
    $500 19
A runway material, it sounds like what you do before you feather your Apple computer
    $500 10
Percussion instrument whose possible changes for a set of five are seen here

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

Matthew Armando Jack
$200 $1,700 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Armando Jack
$1,200 $2,500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to give the location of the main campus in this category)
    $200 23
In the 16th C. the Earl of Surrey helped bring this 14-line poetic form to England
    $200 11
University of Washington
    $200 3
With his new $88.5 million contract, this Laker said, "I'm not really a big spender, I can get a lot of Krispy Kremes"
    $200 1
She done Cary right casting him as her co-star in "She Done Him Wrong"
    $200 8
Wollomombi Falls in northern New South Wales is one of this continent's highest waterfalls
    $200 7
Its state flower is the goldenrod
    $400 12
Kansas State University
    $400 19
Woody Guthrie wrote for this party's paper & joked, "I've been in the red all my life"
    $400 2
In this 1944 film about a pair of murderous aunts, Cary says, "Insanity runs in my family. It practically gallops"
    $400 9
This African waterfall is also known as Mosi-Oa-Tunya, or "Smoke That Thunders"
    $400 16
The Nancy Drew books are written under this pseudonym
    $600 24
Johns Hopkins University
    $600 20
In 1783 he wrote, "There never was a good war or a bad peace"
    $600 4
"High Society" is a musical version of this Cary Grant-Jimmy Stewart-Katharine Hepburn classic
    $600 10
One of the most spectacular sites in this national park is Bridalveil Fall, which drops a misty curtain of water 620 feet
    $600 17
His "Ode To A Nightingale" says, "With beaded bubbles winking at the brim, and purple-stained mouth"
    DD: $1,000 27
As a boy in 1461, the future King Richard III was made Duke of this
    $800 25
University of South Carolina
    $800 21
During the Cuban Missile Crisis, this Sec. of State said, "We're eyeball to eyeball & I think the other fellow just blinked"
    $800 5
Joan Fontaine thinks that hubby Cary Grant is trying to murder her in this Hitchcock film
    $800 13
The height of Shoshone Falls on this river in Idaho exceeds that of Niagara Falls
    $800 15
Former mortuary science student Jonathan Davis plays bagpipes & sings for this "Freak on a Leash" group
    $1000 28
In 1702 military hero John Churchill became this "man" as the first Duke of it
    $1000 26
University of Miami
    $1000 22
This Nixon aide coined the phrase "Twist slowly, slowly in the wind" during a phone call to John Dean
    DD: $2,000 6
This 1957 Cary Grant-Deborah Kerr weepie was a major plot device in "Sleepless In Seattle"
    $1000 14
This scenic waterfall on the Brazil-Argentina border actually consists of about 275 individual cataracts
    $1000 18
This is white wine & creme de cassis; substitute champagne for white wine & it becomes "royale"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Armando Jack
-$1,400 $4,700 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This type of program that began in 1981 was inspired by Green Stamps

Final scores:

Matthew Armando Jack
-$1,400 $0 $4,990
3rd place: Gift Certificate 2nd place: Trip to Hong Kong, courtesy of New champion: $4,990

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matthew Armando Jack
-$400 $5,700 $6,200
11 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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Game tape date: 2000-12-06
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