Show #3892 - Tuesday, July 3, 2001

Kevin Keach game 5.


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Carol Arlia, a radio programmer from Flushing, New York

Reagan Upshaw, an art dealer from Brooklyn, New York

Kevin Keach, an operations manager from St. Ann, Missouri (whose 4-day cash winnings total $45,303)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
We know Hadrian's study center called the Athenaeum was in this city, we just don't know where
    $100 6
He hit a record 60 home runs in 1927
    $100 11
In 2000 Indiana University researchers found men only listen with the left half of this
    $100 23
Tom Hanks is Fed-Exed to a deserted island & befriends a volleyball
    $100 21
Jules Verne's Phileas Fogg comes across the Pacific on the General Grant, this type of ship
    $100 16
In a 1969 Sam Peckinpah film, William Holden & Ernest Borgnine were part of a "Wild" one
    $200 2
Archimedes figured this value to be between 3 1/7 & 3 10/71
    $200 7
After studying at the Cordon Bleu, she mastered "The Art of French Cooking"
    $200 12
Immune Response Corp. sued UC when a university study said Remune, a drug for this disease, doesn't work
    $200 24
Julia Roberts uses sass, brains & cleavage to punish polluters
    $200 22
Come to your kids' soccer game in the Town & Country, which Chrysler calls "The Best" of these "Ever"
    $200 17
This German chemist was co-discoverer of the element rubidium (we don't know if he used his burner)
    $300 3
Greek architects Callicrates & Ictinus used a Doric design for this Acropolis topper
    $300 8
Farrah's replacement on "Charlie's Angels", she was one of the singing voices on "Josie and the Pussycats"
    $300 13
45% of these products were found to be antibacterial, possibly leading to drug-resistant bacteria
    $300 25
Ben Stiller spends time with his potential in-laws; hijinx ensue
    $300 28
Come to the park in your sulky to participate in this type of racing, seen here
    $300 18
In 1975 Jethro Tull had a hit with this "In The Jungle"
    $400 4
Known for his "Parallel Lives", he also wrote treatises on "Friends and Flatterers" & "Curiosity"
    $400 9
He's the "public enemy" seen here
    $400 14
An 8-year study published in 1997 found that these fields from power lines don't give kids leukemia
    DD: $500 26
People in Tijuana, San Diego & Cincinnati have drug problems
    $400 29
You'll look "sharp" coming to school on this brand of scooter that led a 2000 craze
    $400 19
2 or more computer software programs packaged together are said to be this
    $500 5
Greek city that claimed it was the omphalos, the navel or center of the world
    $500 10
A doctor told this comedian he was fat; when he asked for a second opinion, the doctor said, "You're ugly, too"
    $500 15
These botanical-sounding cells taken from humans have grown into natural tissues in sheep
    $500 27
Mel Gibson fights his inner demons & the Redcoats
    $500 20
A 221-foot-high obelisk commemorating this battle stands on Breed's Hill

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

Kevin Reagan Carol
$0 $600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Reagan Carol
$1,300 $2,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The letter "F" will appear 4 times in each correct response.)
    $200 1
It's the island you're visiting if your plane lands at Chiang Kai-shek Airport
    $200 6
In 1990 they became the first father & son to be Major League teammates
    $200 11
His name has become synonymous with the Viennese waltz
    $200 16
By 1976 these anabolic aids were banned from use by Olympic competitors
    $200 26
Miss Marple dramatically solves this author's "Murder at the Vicarage"
    $200 21
They're the disreputable folks, the rabble
    $400 2
In Africa, not far from Lake Victoria, is this lake named for Queen Victoria's husband
    $400 7
Henry & his sons Henry Jr., Albert, C.F., Theodore & Charles began this family's piano-making dynasty
    $400 12
No Li, this element was discovered by Johann Arfvedson in 1817
    $400 17
The first Olympic Torch Relay carried the flame from Olympia, Greece to this city, the 1936 host
    $400 27
You can't miss with Woody Allen's comedy about U.S. tourists overseas, "Don't" do this
    $400 22
2-word term for secretaries, bookkeepers, receptionists, etc.
    $600 3
In Central America the Trans-Isthmian Highway cuts across this country
    $600 8
The business that drove Charles & Frank Duryea
    $600 13
You should know whether he wrote "The Sorrows of Young Werther" or not
    $600 18
This country has hosted the summer Olympics 4 times, more than any other
    $600 28
(Hi. I'm Wayne Brady.) I did a Florida production of this Lorraine Hansberry play about a black family trying to move up
    $600 23
This group acts as the president's principal military adviser
    DD: $1,000 4
Dijon, France is the largest city of this colorful region that's famous for its wines
    $800 9
Uncle Ben is part of this family's business, as are Forrest Jr., John F. & the Milky Way bar
    $800 14
Author Johann Wyss wrote an early national anthem for this country
    DD: $1,200 19
The number of times the modern Olympics have been canceled due to war
    $800 24
Even odds
    $1000 5
Iran's official name indicates it's this kind of republic
    $1000 10
Travel books are the specialty of this Stuttgart family who followed father Karl into the business
    $1000 15
Without this invention of Johann Cristoph Denner, a Benny Goodman would be hard to find
    $1000 20
Asserting "This flag dips to no earthly king", the U.S. delegation refused to do so at this city's Olympics in 1908
    $1000 25
Flying by the seat of your pants in a speech, you're also doing it this other clothing way

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Reagan Carol
$5,300 $6,000 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The star of one of TV's most popular shows ever, he's the only person to win Emmys for acting, writing & directing

Final scores:

Kevin Reagan Carol
$5,400 $4,000 $100
5-day champion: $50,703 2nd place: Trip to the Bahamia Resort, Grand Bahama Island 3rd place: Capitol Records CD Package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Reagan Carol
$5,000 $6,000 $3,900
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
13 R,
2 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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Game tape date: 2001-03-07
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