Show #3821 - Monday, March 26, 2001


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Alex Kania, an economic consultant from Westboro, Massachusetts

Diane Woodson, a safety & human resources assistant from Chevy Chase, Maryland

Jack Breschard, a high school teacher from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,990)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
"Don't Cry For Me," this country
    $100 18
The Indigo Girls joined an effort to get this government body to license low-power FM stations
    $100 19
There's got to be a morning after, when you eat these remains from the night before
    $100 16
Kathryn Glasgow's first novel, "Another Song About the King", features a mom obsessed with this singer
    $100 11
In 2000 he played "Little Nicky", Satan's son
    $100 3
At the beginning of this TV show, the host put on a cardigan sweater & tennis shoes
    $200 2
A schoolyard chant says, "I see London, I see" this country
    $200 25
Starting at KLIF in Dallas, Bill Meeks pioneered these musical arrangements of call letters
    $200 20
Mash alone means a confused mixture; this alliterative longer version, the same thing
    $200 17
2 men travel America with this man's brain in a Tupperware bowl in the true story "Driving Mr. Albert"
    $200 12
This singer was nicknamed "The Lizard King"
    $200 4
Pope John Paul II has given 1,235 people this status, more than all of his predecessors combined
    $300 8
A song in "The Producers" says, "Springtime for Hitler and" this country
    $300 26
This type of sound came to FM radio in the early '60s & to AM 20 years later
    $300 21
A Hungarian stew, or a hodgepodge of items
    $300 22
This prolific novelist proved her "metal" once again with her 2000 bestseller "The House on Hope Street"
    $300 13
Grant Goodeve played David, the oldest of the Bradford children, on this series
    $300 5
Some say he was born at Locksley around 1160 & was really named Robert Fitzooth
    $400 9
"Something is rotten in the state of" this
    $400 27
Brace Beemer was a studio manager at WXYZ Detroit when he was cast as this western hero heard here
    $400 29
It's a mixed heap or mass, or the word puzzle seen here
    $400 23
"Dark Eagle" by historian John Ensor Harr is called "A Novel Of" this traitor "And the American Revolution"
    $400 14
In 1999 this former "Daily Show" host replaced Tom Snyder on "The Late Late Show"
    $400 6
It's Oregon's highest point
    $500 10
Terry Gilliam co-wrote & directed this 1985 film
    DD: $1,000 28
In 1983 Congress established Radio Marti to broadcast accurate news to this country
    $500 30
It's a mix of businesses owned by one company, or a rock that contains a mix of pebbles
    $500 24
The front cover of "Hooking Up" by this "Bonfire of the Vanities" author shows his name but not the book's title
    $500 15
This producer has been called "A boy genius in music, producing, assembling, marketing girl groups"
    $500 7
This organization began as a birth control clinic founded by Margaret Sanger in 1916

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

Jack Diane Alex
$700 $1,200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Diane Alex
$3,100 $2,500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
You're on the money if you know Truman kept a sign on his desk with this famous 4-word motto
    $200 1
Let's all do the Time Warp again while watching this 1975 film starring Tim Curry
    $200 6
Some legends say that in addition to stealing fire from heaven, this Greek also created man from clay
    $200 16
In 1929 she placed third in the first Powder Puff Derby, a cross-country air race for women
    $200 18
A traditional treat served at Wimbledon consists of these berries & cream
    $200 8
A substance like sodium bicarbonate used to neutralize certain stomach fluids
    $400 27
Truman once refused to go on this ride at Disneyland; it looked too much like a Republican symbol
    $400 2
"Chuma" in Hindi, it happened on screen in India for the first time in a mainstream movie in 1977
    $400 7
Icarus' dad, he built the Labyrinth
    $400 17
Former wife of Nelson, she was South Africa's first black medical social worker
    $400 19
In Italy it's a term for sweet treats, or the kind of "vita" you'll have if you eat enough
    $400 9
A hymn of praise or loyalty, perhaps a national one
    $600 28
In 1949 Pres. Truman was on hand when the cornerstone was laid for this organization's NYC headquarters
    $600 3
She won an Oscar for playing Lynn Bracken in "L.A. Confidential"
    $600 13
It's said that his singing & lyre-playing "drew iron tears down Pluto's cheek"
    $600 23
Actress Melina Mercouri twice served as this country's minister of culture
    $600 20
In the U.S. this green vegetable is often creamed; in India cheese is added for saag paneer
    $600 10
Swift bovidae family member seen here
    $800 29
Similar to the New Deal, Truman's domestic policy was called this
    $800 4
This 1975 film classic contains the line "Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries"
    DD: $1,000 14
Perseus came to her rescue & married this woman who was strained, er...chained to a rock
    DD: $1,500 24
During the 1920s she was a government inspector of schools in Italy
    $800 21
Like the slivovitz of other parts of Europe, the Romanian brandy tzuica is made from this fruit
    $800 11
A smaller room serving as an entryway into a larger room
    $1000 30
In 1945 Truman attended this German conference, the last meeting of Allied leaders during WWII
    $1000 5
[Hi, I'm Michael McKean] In 1999 I played Mr. Walsh in this film about a small Alaska town whose hockey team faces off against the New York Rangers
    $1000 15
The mulberry fruit, once white, was stained red by the blood of Pyramus & her
    $1000 25
This photographer known for her pictures of the fantastic & the freakish was the sister of poet Howard Nemerov
    $1000 22
A tasca is a Spanish pub serving a variety of these bartop appetizers
    $1000 12
This adjective describing a mansion built before the Civil War means "before the war"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Diane Alex
$4,300 $4,800 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"The Twist" & this seasonal favorite from 1942 are the only 2 records to re-enter the charts & return to No. 1

Final scores:

Jack Diane Alex
$8,510 $9,499 $7,399
2nd place: Trip to Grand Summit Resort, Attitash, New Hampshire New champion: $9,499 3rd place: Discovery Channel Store Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Diane Alex
$3,800 $6,300 $8,300
13 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 2000-12-12
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