Show #3863 - Wednesday, May 23, 2001


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Ken Beckrich, a consultant from Lawton, Michigan

Rebecca Gold, a systems developer from New York City, New York

Chris Dougherty, a college student from Seattle, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Wolf, this Washington Irving character's dog, fails to recognize his master after a 20-year absence
    $100 15
Try the truffles at Tala' 'bout those Mets?...this network my show is on should give me a raise, huh?
    $100 1
Over 90% of these exported from the U.S. come from California from firms like Robert Mondavi
    $100 20
In 1695 he declared war on the Ottoman Empire, a great move
    $100 9
Fisherman-apostle's high-frequency hi-fi speakers
    $100 24
Connecticut's SJ Ranch is "For the girl who loves" these animals -- & which of them doesn't?
    $200 4
Santiago, the old man in a Hemingway story, struggles mightily with this type of game fish
    $200 22
Sinatra's new box set is heaven...the yams at Remy's, wow...had dinner with this woman, Clinton's Secretary of State
    $200 2
The CAAB is the California advisory board for these, seen here
    $200 12
In 1956 Ingrid Bergman played this possible Romanov
    $200 10
A gospel writer's small songbirds
    $200 25
A building or tent where the kids sleep, or the bed within it
    $300 5
She illustrated the piggies seen here
    $300 23
Don't like seafood much but the eel at Manno's, to die for..."Shopgirl", written by this "All Of Me" star, is a real winner!
    $300 6
Dr. William F. House's cochlear implant is helping bring this to people who couldn't be helped before
    $300 13
She & her lover, Count Orlov, overthrew her husband in a July 1762 palace coup
    $300 11
Patient & faithful Old Testament figure's ear parts
    $300 26
This word for the area down by the lake & activities there is also found in a Brando film title
    $400 7
Moses, a raven, tells the other creatures about a better life to come on Sugar-Candy Mountain in this 1945 novel
    $400 27
Mary had a little lamb but I don't eat veal...I think Ryan Stiles' & Wayne Brady's improv on this show is tops!
    $400 18
Skechers makes these up to size 15 for men
    DD: $400 14
Alexander II added $7,200,000 to Russia's coffers by selling off what's now known as this
    $400 16
Pillar of salt's hubby's collapsible beds
    $400 29
Dating from the 1880s, the oldest camp run by this "Christian" organization is Camp Dudley on Lake Champlain
    $500 8
Jean de Brunhoff wrote & illustrated the first stories about this urbane king of the elephants
    $500 28
I love the hummus at Jorge' pick, Jets by 2...don't miss "Snatch", directed by this husband of Madonna
    $500 19
Callaway's Big Bertha is a titanium one of these
    $500 21
In 1807 Alexander I allied himself with this country; in 1812 the alliance broke & the ex-ally invaded Russia
    $500 17
Noah's son's marine mollusks
    $500 30
A New Hampshire camp is named for this man in tribute to his poem "I Hear America Singing"

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

Chris Rebecca Ken
$0 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Rebecca Ken
$1,500 $1,600 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Based on a History Channel show, which premieres May 28.)
    $200 1
This teeming capital of today is found very near the site of the ancient Egyptian capital of Memphis
    $200 13
Lily Tomlin & this "Divine" woman play 2 sets of identical twins mismatched by accident at birth in "Big Business"
    $200 20
In the 300s B.C., this Greek philosopher used lunar eclipses to prove that the Earth was spherical
    $200 21
Pastel jackets worn over T-shirts were all the rage in the '80s because of this Florida-set TV show
    $200 8
The only even prime number
    $200 26
Only boys with a certain first name can attend this camp with the same name as a Maryland retreat
    $400 2
All classes of society wore these accessories; the poor wore vegetable fiber, while the rich got real hair
    $400 14
These 2 actors were the genetically designed "Twins" in a 1988 film comedy
    DD: $3,000 4
He led a 1676 rebellion in Virginia protesting lack of protection from Indian raids
    $400 22
In Key West, site of his vacation home the "Little White House", he favored loud print shirts like the one seen here
    $400 9
A solid shape with 6 identical faces only
    $400 27
It has a racetrack 5 miles long, & we'll learn the official song, "Doo-dah! Doo-dah!"
    $600 5
13-letter term for the process undergone by the Egyptian seen here
    $600 3
The little boy Danny sees twin sisters in the hallway of the hotel in this creepy 1980 Kubrick classic
    $600 17
This French hero of WWI surrendered to Hitler in 1940 & later headed a collaboration government
    $600 23
Palm Beach County told hot dog vendors wearing these bikinis (later celebrated in a Sisqo song) to cover their buns
    $600 10
Of a proton, neutron or electron, the one that's heaviest
    $600 28
This camp is not for all baseball players, just those who want to be a Hall of Fame catcher
    DD: $2,000 6
Herodotus first used this term from the Greek to describe the region of the Nile near the Mediterranean
    $800 15
This actor turned in 2 performances as twin gynecologists in "Dead Ringers"
    $800 18
In the 1820s, the USA's first coeducational school opened in New Harmony in this Midwestern state
    $800 24
In 1997 this fashion designer known for his "Flash & Trash" chic was slain in front of his Miami Beach mansion
    $800 11
The common name for iron oxide
    $800 29
Stair-climbing & bell-ringing are the big activities here
    $1000 7
Ruler discussed here, ignoring those nasty plagues
    $1000 16
This 1961 twin film, remade in 1998, was based on a German novel
    $1000 19
The beloved of Petrarch, she died in 1348 when a plague swept medieval Europe
    $1000 25
In 2000, the fashion choices of this politician seen here came under a lot of scrutiny
    $1000 12
It's the main artery leaving the heart
    $1000 30
Following the "lucky" story by Bret Harte, we spend the summer here mining, then get wiped out in a flood

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Rebecca Ken
$5,100 $3,400 $11,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

3 of this federation's constituent parts are Ash Shariqah, Al Fujayrah & Umm Al Qaywayn

Final scores:

Chris Rebecca Ken
$3,300 $5,400 $11,400
3rd place: a pair of ebikes (bicycles) from 2nd place: a trip to London, courtesy of New champion: $11,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Rebecca Ken
$5,500 $3,400 $10,500
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 2001-02-14
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