Show #3845 - Friday, April 27, 2001


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Travis Brazil, a waiter and actor from North Hollywood, California

Mollie Tobin, a training specialist from San Diego, California

Steve Goodrich, an attorney from Mesa, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The Anti-Vacks were doctors opposed to this Edward Jenner anti-smallpox method
    $100 6
He's the strange visitor from another planet who inspired the shirt seen here
    $100 14
"My Heart Will Go On"
    $100 11
In January 1991 Operation Desert Shield was renamed this
    $100 22
Americans refer to Emmentaler as this
    $100 21
It's the all-American way of saying "Rouge, blanc et bleu"
    $200 2
S. Weir Mitchell invented the rest cure, pioneered post-trauma research & analyzed this U.S. snake's venom
    $200 7
A game played on horseback shares its name with this style of shirt seen here
    $200 15
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight?"
    $200 12
He told Oprah in 1993 that he had a rare skin disease & was in love with Brooke Shields
    $200 23
King Christian IX is a cheese from this country
    $200 24
It's the English translation of the German word in the lyric "Let me call you liebchen, I'm in love with you"
    $300 3
In the 17th C. Thomas Wharton realized there are endocrine as well as exocrine types of these
    $300 8
Say "Hello" to this Hawaiian shirt seen here:
    $300 18
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing"
    $300 13
Liz met Larry, who became husband number 7 (or is it 8?) in 1991, in this complex
    $300 28
This best-known Greek cheese is pickled in a brine solution
    $300 25
"Benevolenza", you can give old clothes to it or you can have it "toward men"
    $400 4
If Pierre Bretonneau's name for this disease had stuck, we'd talk about Dothienenteritis Mary
    $400 9
It's the fighting force represented by the shirt seen here
    $400 19
"This Used To Be My Playground"
    $400 16
By November 1998, 63 million Americans had this service, many using Startacs to access it
    $400 29
At the Congress of Vienna, in a contest instigated by Talleyrand, this French cheese won the title "Le Roi du Fromage"
    $400 27
Meaning "counselor", it's the Italian word describing Robert Duvall's role in the service of "The Godfather"
    DD: $500 5
Tissue grown for study, known by this "high-toned" name, began with the work of Ross Harrison
    $500 10
From an old Welsh word for sackcloth, it's the nappy shirt fabric seen here
    $500 20
    $500 17
He carried Kerri Strug up to the medal stand at the '96 Olympics
    $500 30
This blue-veined cheese made from ewes' milk was a favorite of Charlemagne's
    $500 26
Literally "God out of a machine", it's the Latin phrase for an unlikely & providential intervention

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

Steve Mollie Travis
$900 $600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Mollie Travis
$900 $1,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will contain the name of a tree.)
    $200 1
James Patterson's sixth Alex Cross thriller, or the line preceding "Violets are blue"
    $200 6
Built by a team that created the James Bond cars, this title automobile celebrated its 30th anniv. in 1998
    $200 12
It was 16th C. mathematician Robert Recorde who first used 2 parallel lines as this
    $200 11
Kimberlite, a variety of peridotite, yields this precious gem in Arkansas & South Africa
    $200 19
More Indonesians live on this island, famous for its coffee, than on any other
    $400 2
Published in 2000, this book tells the history of the Beatles in their own words & pictures
    $400 7
This actor first shaved his head to play Pontius Pilate in 1965's "The Greatest Story Ever Told"
    $400 13
As quoted by James Baldwin, "God gave Noah" this sign, "No more water, the fire next time!"
    $400 15
Although it may have brown streaks, obsidian is primarily this color
    $400 20
America's smallest state in area may have been named for this large island in the Aegean
    $600 3
In 1981 John Irving "checked in" with this bestseller about the eccentric Berry family
    $600 8
For a 1941 film, this man became only the second to be nominated for Best Actor in his film debut
    $600 14
The reference mark seen here shares its name with this weapon
    $600 28
Yes, this "action" is a program trying to end discrimination in employment
    $600 16
This frothy volcanic rock floats on water
    $600 21
This country's Isle of Skye was the original home of the Skye terrier
    $800 4
Harry Patterson wrote the spy novels "Storm Warning" & "The Eagle Has Landed" under this pen name
    DD: $2,500 9
This Hitchcock classic was the first Best Picture Oscar winner with a first name as its one-word title
    $800 24
The international symbol seen here stands for this type of hazard
    DD: $1,400 27
You're in this position if you've been knocked flat on your back
    $800 17
This common rock is piezoelectric & is used to control the frequencies of radio transmitters
    $800 22
This Canadian island across from Greenland is the world's fifth-largest island
    $1000 5
Herman Wouk followed up his bestselling "Winds of War" with this 1978 sequel
    $1000 10
Dag Nabbit! He's the perennial sidekick who won 3 Oscars, including one for 1940's "The Westerner"
    $1000 25
Many Hebrew letters represent numbers; this letter represents 1
    $1000 26
A mottled coat for a horse, there was a gray one in a nursery rhyme
    $1000 18
The Rock of Gibraltar is a huge block of this rock made of calcite, a mineral form of calcium carbonate
    $1000 23
Sapporo is the largest city on this Japanese island

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Mollie Travis
$2,800 $400 $5,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1876 this German wired the king of Greece, "I have gazed upon the face of Agamemnon"

Final scores:

Steve Mollie Travis
$600 $5 $4,399
2nd place: Princess Caribbean Cruise 3rd place: DirecTv Satellite System New champion: $4,399

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Mollie Travis
$4,700 $400 $5,500
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
3 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,600

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Game tape date: 2001-02-01
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