Show #3880 - Friday, June 15, 2001


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Kara Miller, a graduate student from Carlisle, Massachusetts

Sam Meyer, a video editor from Atlanta, Georgia

Liam Healy, an attorney from Needham, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Depicted here, he was the first vice president who never became president
    $100 1
Service that completes "The Few. The Proud..."
    $100 15
In 1862 he succeeded his brother Virgil as marshal of Tombstone
    $100 5
In a '77 film Diane Keaton was looking for him
    $100 24
"Sesame Street",
"Charlie Rose"
    $100 7
It can be people who utter owl noises or the name of a popular chain of restaurants
    $200 11
"Little Lady" depicted here who wrote the bestselling American novel of the 1850s
    $200 2
Dirigo, meaning "I" do this, is the motto of Maine, not of James Cameron or Oliver Stone
    $200 16
In 1876 he led the Indian attack at Little Bighorn; a year later he was killed by a soldier at Fort Robinson, Neb.
    $200 19
Dumas work serialized in Le Siecle in 1844
    $200 25
"Melting Pot",
"Iron Chef",
    $200 8
An informal performance by folksingers & dancers
    $300 12
A senator before he was vice president, he ran for the top job a few years later
    $300 3
This slogan associated with the girl seen here has been used since 1914
    $300 17
In 1861 this "Wild" gunslinger killed David McCanles & 2 others near Fairbury, Neb.; pulp novels upped the account to 30
    $300 23
Laughs disrepectfully
    $300 28
"The Spin Room",
"Capital Gang"
    $300 9
You're "in" this when in a secret partnership with someone
    $400 20
This environmentally-minded Arizona Democrat's strongest run for the presidency came in 1976
    DD: $500 4
The Jesuits' motto "Ad majorem Dei gloriam" translates as "To the greater" this phrase
    $400 18
In 1885 this Sioux leader was allowed to leave the reservation to tour with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
    $400 30
The time during the week when wages are given
    $400 27
"The Daily Show",
"Absolutely Fabulous",
"The Man Show"
    $400 13
A long full article of clothing belled out with circular supports
    $500 21
Towns & counties across America are named for this patriotic Pole
    $500 6
An infamous slogan from concentration camp gates stated that this "will set you free"
    $500 22
In 1860 this Chiricahua Apache was falsely accused of kidnapping a boy in Arizona, which led to a brief war
    $500 29
A spiral galaxy
    $500 26
"Acme Hour",
"Dexter's Laboratory",
"The Powerpuff Girls"
    $500 14
Also known as a hubble-bubble, it's the eastern smoking device seen here

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

Liam Sam Kara
-$800 $1,800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liam Sam Kara
$100 $3,200 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
This largest pachyderm has no sweat glands, so it cools off by rolling in ponds & streams
    $200 11
This author created Ichabod Crane & Rip Van Winkle
    $200 24
A 1968 film based on this Russian novel was released in a shortened 6-hour 13-minute version
    $200 6
Angela Bassett as this singer
    $200 1
W.C. Fields joked that his epitaph should read, "On the whole, I'd rather be in" this city
    $200 26
It's where you hope not to be led to:
[21 Across: _ _ O_]
    $400 17
This fastest feline is now endangered with an estimated 13,000 remaining in the wild
    $400 12
Sean Connery played this character's dad, Henry, in a 1989 film
    $400 21
Dorothy Dunnett's 6-volume Lymond Chronicles begin in this U.K. country in the aftermath of war with England
    $400 7
Tony Curtis as this magician
    $400 2
Located in northwest India, this state is bordered on the north by Jammu & Kashmir
    $400 27
Aluminum silicate mineral:
[6 Across: F E _ D S P A _]
    $600 18
Also known by this 3-letter name, the wildebeest comes in 2 species: black & blue
    $600 13
Cathy reveals that "Suddenly, Last Summer" cousin Sebastian was cannibalized in a play by this man
    $600 22
This 4-word phrase begins the title of Sergio Leone's epic films set "In The West" & "In America"
    $600 8
Ed Harris as this painter
    DD: $600 3
This capital was virtually deserted during the reign of the Khmer Rouge
    $600 28
Type of dance or button:
[45 Across: _ _ _ _ Y]
    $800 19
Most of these flightless birds are found in or near Antarctica, but the jackass species is found off South Africa
    $800 14
"Fast" Eddie Felson challenges this "stately" pool player in "The Hustler"
    $800 23
This "Little" Dickens novel of 1857 runs about 900 pages
    $800 9
Gerard Depardieu as this explorer
    $800 4
More than half the population of this country perished in an 1864-1870 war with Argentina, Brazil & Uruguay
    $800 29
"Hectoring" father:
[12 Across: P R _ _ M]
    $1000 20
Unlike anteaters, this ant-eating "earth pig" has 20 cylindrical, rootless teeth
    DD: $700 15
Like her contemporary James Joyce, this author of "To The Lighthouse" used stream of consciousness
    $1000 25
After "Pamela", Samuel Richardson wrote a million-word novel about this heroine
    $1000 10
Burt Lancaster as this athlete
    $1000 5
Peter Mayle wrote "A Year In" this French region
    $1000 30
Shiver, in Cherbourg:
[17 Across: F _ _ _ _ O N]

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liam Sam Kara
$7,000 $9,600 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On December 16, 2000, the day after his graduation, LSU retired his No. 33 jersey

Final scores:

Liam Sam Kara
$0 $5,199 $8,100
3rd place: a Skagen Denmark shopping spree 2nd place: a trip to Bal Harbour, Florida New champion: $8,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liam Sam Kara
$7,800 $9,600 $4,100
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
0 W
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 2001-02-27
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