Show #3842 - Tuesday, April 24, 2001


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Kathleen Hoffman, a graduate student originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Tom Flemma, a high school history teacher from Lakeville, Connecticut

Robin O'Brien, a project manager from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Quotes from the Alfred Hitchcock film)
    $100 1
James Ensor's 1888 painting the "Entry of Christ Into" this Belgian capital "in 1889" was rejected by his fellow artists
    $100 10
A bundle of wheat or of paper
    $100 16
A tap on this tibia-topping joint gives information about the health of the spinal cord
    $100 21
We're positive that an electron has this type of electric charge
    $100 26
On August 1, 1911 Harriet Quimby became the first American woman to get one of these
    $100 5
Norman Bates says that this person -- "What is the phrase? -- she isn't quite herself today"
    $200 2
Australian artist John Olsen painted a mural for this opera house in the early '70s
    $200 11
A nap in Nogales
    $200 17
Among these, A is fat-soluble so your body stores it, but C is water-soluble so you need to take it regularly
    $200 22
Bosons are named for Satyendra Bose, who with this German-American genius described their behavior
    $200 27
"Charlie", now in the Smithsonian, was the plane in which Flying Angel Geraldine Mock did this in 29 days in 1964
    $200 6
At the end of the film, Norman thinks "They'll say, 'Why, she wouldn't even harm'" this insect
    $300 3
This Dutchman portrayed his wife Saskia as a goddess in the 1653 painting seen here
    $300 12
One hung over Damocles
    $300 18
2-word term for the health food seen here, the embryo of the kernel
    $300 23
Particle name of a 1984 Pointer Sisters "dance", or a bomb that destroys people & not buildings
    $300 28
Anne Spencer Morrow's first date with this man, her future husband, was a flying lesson
    $300 7
Norman tells Marion Crane that the Bates Motel has "12 cabins, 12" these
    $400 4
Sir Thomas Brock was knighted at the unveiling of his statue of Queen Victoria in front of this palace
    $400 13
Rio's sweetest mountain
    $400 19
Ballistic, static & contract-relax are the 3 main types of this pre-workout activity
    DD: $1,000 24
One proton makes up over 99% of the mass of an atom of this element, 2 of which are found in water
    $400 29
Some say Ruth Law was the first woman to perform this big circle trick, others say it was Katharine Stinson
    $400 8
Though Norman wears women's clothing at times, Dr. Richard explains that he isn't one of these cross-dressers
    $500 15
The Florentine artist Bronzino served as court painter to Cosimo I of this famous family
    $500 14
It follows Bain de & precedes Moon Frye
    $500 20
2-word phrase for a conditioning exercise or for toys that are made to dance by pulling a string
    $500 25
In 1908 this German physicist "clicked" with his first device to count radioactive particles
    $500 30
Geraldyn Cobb began testing to get into this program in 1960; after besting many of the men, she wasn't allowed in
    $500 9
Norman says his hobby is this art, "Stuffing things" -- birds, mostly

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

Robin Tom Kathleen
$1,500 $800 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Tom Kathleen
$4,300 $1,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you a name & you have to tell us what that person would usually be holding in the course of his or her occupation)
(Alex: The regular kind)
    $200 6
Of Polynesia, Micronesia or Melanesia, the one that means "small islands"
    $200 3
Roger Staubach
    $200 1
On Nove. 19, 1863 Edward Everett gave a 2-hour speech here; it preceded a much shorter & more famous one
    $200 16
This TV "Friend" was one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in 2000
    $200 22
"In" this man "there died the greatest American friend we have ever known"
    $200 17
The exercise of getting in touch with this sounds like it's intended for pregnant women
    $400 8
The Chinese sometimes call it Sha-Mo, or "sand desert"
    $400 12
Nancy Lopez
    $400 2
Rumors of drunkenness persisted, but Lincoln said of him, "I can't spare this man; he fights"
    $400 18
He's the lead singer of Duran Duran
    $400 27
"In war: resolution. In defeat: defiance. In" this: "magnanimity"
    $400 23
If you help & cover up for a chemically dependent spouse, you're the "chief" one of these
    $600 9
This southeast Asian island nation & its capital have the same name
    $600 13
Willie Mosconi
    DD: $1,500 4
Early in the morning of April 15, 1865, David Herold & this man showed up at the home of Dr. Samuel Mudd
    $600 19
(Hi, I'm Nile Rodgers of the group Chic.) In 1978 we invited everyone to "Just come on down to Fifty-Four & find a spot out on the floor" & do this dance
    $600 28
"We must build a kind of United States of" this
    $600 24
This adjective is the H in the AHMA, which sees illness as a dysfunction of the entire person
    DD: $1,500 10
This Michigan city is named for the stream on which an 1820s skirmish occurred between 2 surveyors & 2 Indians
    $800 14
Johnny Rutherford
    $800 5
Kate Clarke, mistress of this outlaw guerrilla leader, opened a brothel in St. Louis with the money he left her
    $800 20
In a 1984 film, she was "The Woman in Red"
    $800 29
"The loss of" this Asian country, "however arising, would be final and fatal to us"
    $800 25
In a song, George Michael promised to be this title type of paternal person
    $1000 11
This Turkish strait's name, Greek for "ox ford", comes from the myth that Io swam it after becoming a heifer
    $1000 15
Bob Seagren
    $1000 7
Though he was born near Petersburg, VA., this "Old Fuss And Feathers" general sided with the Union
    $1000 21
At the end of the 1970s, AMC marketed this Renault model
    $1000 30
"Give us" these "and we will finish the job"
    $1000 26
A shrink created this technique after seeing an actress behave more calmly when she played violent roles

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Tom Kathleen
$9,600 $5,800 $3,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1998 a Guinness record 605-pound bowl of spaghetti was cooked to celebrate the re-release of this 1955 movie

Final scores:

Robin Tom Kathleen
$7,599 $10,800 $5,500
2nd place: Princess Caribbean Cruise New champion: $10,800 3rd place: Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Robin Tom Kathleen
$8,100 $5,800 $4,500
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
0 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 2001-02-01
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