Show #3884 - Thursday, June 21, 2001

Lan Djang game 2.


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Richard Connell, a freelance foot model from New York City, New York

Michael Bertin, a freelance writer from Los Angeles, California

Lan Djang, a business analyst from Toronto, Ontario (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: People we've created.)
(Alex: We'll give you the catchphrase.)
    $100 1
In a ship he bought from Bjarni Herjulfsson, he set sail in 1001 & found Vinland
    $100 26
This superhero fights off evildoers who try to snatch the ring before he can give it to the groom
    $100 18
In the early 19th century Barry, a dog of this breed, saved more than 40 people in the Swiss Alps
    $100 6
"Is that your final answer?"
    $100 11
Napoleon divided these troops into light & heavy forces
    $100 16
The color of Ryder trucks; the company website is named for it
    $200 2
Fridtjof Nansen didn't know if this was on land or in mid-ocean, but he really, really wanted to reach it
    $200 27
Many children have grappled with the riddle of why this superhero wears red suspenders
    $200 22
Dogs in B.A.R.K. (Baseball Aquatic Retrieval Korps) fetch homers hit from this team's park into San Francisco Bay
    $200 7
"Sorry about that, Chief"
    $200 12
It's the federal police force of Canada
    $200 17
Little Beaver was this comic strip character's Indian companion; we wonder when he's coming back
    $300 3
In January 1765 John Byron took possession of these islands off South America for Britain, hence its claim to them
    $300 28
No harm will come to residents or theater goers when he's on the job, as seen here
    $300 23
Wounded while flushing out a machine gun nest during WWII, Chips received the Silver Star for valor & this medal
    $300 8
    DD: $1,800 13
A baseball team is named for this noted group of riders that dates back to the 1830s
    $300 19
The new home of this university's basketball-playing Hurricanes is named for Ryder System, Inc., a major donor
    $400 4
Running out of supplies while up the Orinoco, Raleigh called off the search for this fabled land
    $400 29
With a loud croak & a flick of his tongue, he conducts military operations underwater
    $400 24
In May 1805 Scannon, a black Newfoundland, saved several men from a charging buffalo on this pair's expedition
    $400 9
"Sit on it!" & "Aaaaaaaaaaay!"
    $400 14
Argentine literature has a whole category of tales of these horsemen of the Pampas
    $400 20
Her screen debut was in "Lucas", a film that had Corey Haim taking on bullies & joining the football team
    $500 5
In 1682 he claimed, not just part, but the entire Mississippi valley for France
    $500 25
When he first sighted the Pacific in 1513, his only companion was his dog, Leoncico
    $500 10
"Hey now!"
    $500 15
From a word meaning "adventurer" or "vagabond", they were the Russian army's elite horsemen
    $500 21
Go back to this Evelyn Waugh novel & you'll see it's narrated by Charles Ryder

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

Lan Michael Richard
$500 $100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lan Michael Richard
$2,100 $1,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

2 Bs
WE 3
    $200 8
In the '60s Laurence Olivier put on blackface to play this Shakespearean hero
    $200 16
The Dorchester &
the Savoy
    $200 6
One of his self-portraits is seen here
    $200 24
In "The Absent-Minded Professor", Prof. Brainard applies this to the soles of his school's basketball players
    $200 30
They ran after the farmer's wife, so she cut off their tails with a carving knife
    $200 1
The sequel to this 1995 favorite is subtitled "Pig in the City"
    $400 9
Of Shakespeare's history play, she exclaimed, "I am Richard II, know ye not that?"
    $400 17
Hostel Aphrodite &
Hotel Achilleas
    $400 7
On film Anthony Quinn & Donald Sutherland have played this artist, seen here in a self-portrait
    $400 25
17th c. British poet John Suckling invented this card game in which the score is kept by placing pegs in a board
    $400 29
In Christianity, the Father, the Son & the Holy Spirit
    $400 2
A big jazz fan, Clint Eastwood directed this 1988 film bio of Charlie Parker
    $600 10
The American Film Institute says the oldest complete U.S. feature is a 1912 version of this hunchback history
    $600 21
Hostel La Macarena &
Hostel Cervantes
    $600 12
He looks thin in the 1623 self-portrait seen here, unlike the fleshy women he often painted
    $600 18
This kind of lettuce was named for a 19th century American vegetable grower
    $600 28
Eddie Arcaro is the only jockey to have won this twice: with Whirlaway in 1941 & Citation in 1948
    $600 3
Many fans didn't love Lucy when she played the Auntie in this 1974 musical
    $800 11
One of Henry IV's big lines is "Uneasy lies the head that wears" one of these
    $800 22
The Hotel Romischer Kaiser &
the Amadeus Hotel
    $800 13
It's the name of the Venetian artist seen here, or a reddish-brown color, like that of his beard
    DD: $2,000 19
To equivocate, or to find fault for petty reasons
    $800 27
Formed after Caesar was murdered, it consisted of Octavian, Marcus Lepidus & Mark Antony
    $800 4
Warren Beatty won Oscar nominations for Best Actor, Director & Screenwriter for this 1981 film
    $1000 15
Will's friend Ben Jonson wrote in tribute, "He was not of an age, but for" this
    DD: $1,000 23
Hotel Erzsebet &
the Club Hotel Petnehazy
    $1000 14
Feel free to "Scream" out the name of this artist, seen here
    $1000 20
This Ugandan port lies on the northwestern shore of Lake Victoria
    $1000 26
This light Russian sleigh is pulled by a team of 3 horses
    $1000 5
Sean Penn made his feature film debut as a military cadet in this 1981 film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lan Michael Richard
$9,300 $2,900 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we want you to be specific!)
At the beginning of "A Tale of Two Cities", these 2 kings sit on the thrones of England & France

Final scores:

Lan Michael Richard
$10,800 $699 $10,200
2-day champion: $20,800 3rd place: Fisher Soundstage Home Theater System 2nd place: Trip to Grand Case Beach Club, French West Indies

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lan Michael Richard
$11,100 $2,900 $7,100
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
0 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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Game tape date: 2001-02-28
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