Show #3841 - Monday, April 23, 2001

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Robin O'Brien, a project manager from New York City, New York

Janet Torpy, an anesthesiologist from Rockford, Illinois

Joe Collins, a stagehand from Lincolnwood, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
Alger Hiss got 5 years after his 1950 perjury trial, thanks to this CA. Congressman who had his own legal issues in '74
    $100 6
In 1996 Dr. Samuel Harris cut a simulated strand of this to open the new Museum of Dentistry in Baltimore
    $100 1
Slash & Axl Rose were members of this hard-rockin' L.A. band
    $100 10
The basenji might not make the best guard dog since it can't do this, like other dogs
    $100 23
Colorado has a little "color" in its name, but this state has a "tan"
    $100 16
The snitch knows who bought the Claymore mine & he can get Jonas some AK-47s, first created in this country
    $200 19
This Panamanian "strongman" learned he had 40 years to pump weights in the yard after his 1992 drug trial
    $200 7
The Iroquois celebrate the annual "Rise of" this tree that's tapped for sap
    $200 2
Albums from this group include "What A Long Strange Trip It's Been" & "Terrapin Station"
    $200 11
There are American & English types of this popular breed of dog seen here
    $200 24
No state has a "nip", but this one has a "tuck"
    $200 17
Drake tells Trent he, like this book's Homer Wells, was taught medicine in an orphanage
    $300 20
This controversial comedian who died young received a 4-month stretch after his 1964 obscenity trial
    $300 8
These ceremonies include the extinguishing of the Olympic flame
    $300 3
In 1970 Phil Collins became the drummer for this group after answering an ad in Melody Maker
    $300 12
Breed of dog that became President Clinton's new "buddy" in 1997
    $300 25
A "bra" is supporting this state
    $300 28
As Dr. Malone tells her son he has 2 brothers & their father was last seen on this holiday knights 1st celebrated in 1882
    $400 21
This "Queen of Mean" hotelier found that "the little people" who did pay their taxes didn't get 4 years or $7 million fines
    $400 9
The name of this English dance that began as a spring ritual is an alteration of "moorish"
    $400 4
In 2000 the "original" lineup of this group went on tour -- they've still "got the beat"
    $400 13
Despite a vicious reputation, this German dog, named for its developer, has been used to guide the blind
    $400 26
A small "gin" fizzes in this state
    $400 29
Malone hears his dad vanished the day Carson was killed & was wearing a raincoat named for this Scot
    $500 22
Played by Mark Harmon in a movie, this serial killer received 1-15 years at a 1976 trial & a death sentence in '79
    DD: $500 15
In 1999 83-year-old Kirk Douglas celebrated his second of these, because 70 is a traditional life span
    $500 5
Shirley Manson's group got its name when one of the members commented that its music sounded like this
    $500 14
The name of this English racing dog might remind you of a Devo song
    $500 27
This state has a "sour" center
    $500 30
Carson is alive! He's being held by Benny, Teri's ex, one of these mercenaries, also a magazine title

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

Joe Janet Robin
$1,600 $2,300 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Janet Robin
$3,100 $3,400 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
He wrote "Mein Kampf" in Landsberg Prison in the 1920s
    $200 4
"....and Goliath"
    $200 1
With 50,000 runners, this city's Peachtree Road Race is the world's largest 10K
    $200 3
This 2-piece bathing suit has a tank top & a bikini bottom, hence the name
    $200 18
In 1824 this famous son won a vote in the House of Representatives & became president
    $200 19
It's the part of a pair of overalls that is worn over the chest
    $400 11
This civil rights leader penned his "Letter From the Birmingham Jail" on April 16, 1963
    $400 6
"....and Natasha"
    $400 2
The title character of the book "Marathon Man" trains by circling this in Central Park
    $400 5
Named for the German doctor who created them, this brand of boots, seen here, turned 40 in 2000
    $400 24
After losing the GOP nomination to Ford in 1976, he began his successful effort to snag the 1980 spot
    $400 20
A swimming stroke consisting of alternating overarm strokes & a flutter kick
    $600 12
This Irish wit's "De Profundis" was inspired by his stay at Reading Gaol
    $600 7
"....and the Eye of the Tiger"
    $600 15
Popular Bay Area jogging sites include Lake Merced in San Francisco & Lake Merritt in this city
    $600 28
4-letter term for a fancy fabric woven with metallic threads popular for evening wear
    $600 25
With the ratification of the Treaty of Ghent, this president declared the War of 1812 over
    $600 21
The support for an object set horizontally, as for the receiver of a telephone
    $800 13
His book "The Sixteenth Round: From Number 1 Contender to No. 45472" led the way to his release & a 1999 film
    $800 8
"....and the Snowman"
    $800 16
The name of the C&O Canal, one of Washington, D.C.'s popular running areas, stands for Cheaspeake & this
    $800 29
He studied medicine & served in the Italian army before becoming a clothing designer & opening his Emporio shops
    DD: $1,000 26
John Brown made his most famous raid while this man was president
    DD: $1,300 22
One who appeases or mollifies
    $1000 14
Later president of Sinn Fein, his "Cage Eleven" details his 1970's prison term
    $1000 9
"....and the Little People"
    $1000 17
Popular name of the tough section of the Boston Marathon course seen here
    $1000 30
To be authentic, this type of plaid must be registered & approved by the Lyon Court in Edinburgh
    $1000 27
The first to hold regular press conferences, he began them 7 years before Helen Thomas was born
    $1000 23
To cover, like a layer of snow; or applying to all conditions, like some statements or insurance policies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Janet Robin
$7,000 $4,600 $5,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A Red Sox pitcher, later a Yankee, he held the World Series record for consecutive scoreless innings from 1918 to 1961

Final scores:

Joe Janet Robin
$4,799 $4,500 $9,201
2nd place: Princess Caribbean Cruise 3rd place: VocoPro Wanderer Karaoke System New champion: $9,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Janet Robin
$8,300 $4,600 $6,900
20 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 2001-02-01
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