Show #3893 - Wednesday, July 4, 2001


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Raymon Colbert, a production artist from Tarzana, California

Ellen Carson, an attorney and physician from Brooklyn, New York

Sharon Rozines, a solutions support engineer from Natick, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
This square has become world-famous for the lighted ball that drops down at midnight on New Year's Eve
    $100 8
In this state it's against the law to sleep in the kitchen at Spago, Chez Panisse or Pacific Dining Car
    $100 27
    $100 21
He not only founded Time, he founded Life magazine as well
    $100 1
It was Disney's sequel to "101 Dalmatians"
    $100 6
Said of someone who is very special

    $200 15
An exhibit inside the base of this statue includes a full-scale replica of one of its enormous feet
    $200 9
Restaurants cannot serve colored margarine in this "Constitution State" unless a notice is posted
    $200 22
This publisher was portrayed by Natalie Wood in the 1964 film "Sex and the Single Girl"
    $200 2
In this summer 2000 release, wheelchair-bound telepath Charles Xavier runs a school for mutants
    $200 7
Better wear your parka when it's this cold:

    $300 18
"A chorus line of goddess figurines with birdlike faces" adorns this huge 5th Ave. art museum's new Cypriot Galleries
    $300 10
Shawnee, in this Boomer state, does not allow dogs to meet on private property without the owner's consent
    $300 26
    $300 23
This Chicago map & atlas maker has also sold airplane tickets & baggage tags
    $300 3
This title Stone Age family was "In Viva Rock Vegas"
    $300 13
When things are still undecided, they're here

    $400 19
When dining at this Oscar-winning actor's Tribeca Grill, look for the artworks by his father, Robert, senior
    $400 11
Across this state, from Westwego to Thibodaux, you cannot legally gargle in public
    DD: $800 24
Richard Simon, co-founder of Simon & Schuster, was once the father-in-law of this singer
    $400 4
In this film Sean Connery plays a reclusive writer who won the Pulitzer Prize for his only novel
    $400 16
It's where Judy Garland wanted to go:

    $500 20
In the 1920s this author's wife Zelda was famous for jumping into the fountain in front of the Plaza Hotel
    $500 12
It's illegal to pawn your wooden leg in this second-smallest state
    $500 25
His father, once a U.S. Senator, gave him the S.F. Examiner; he himself served in the House, 1903-1907
    $500 5
As in the TV series, this actor provided the voice of Charlie, the Angels' unseen boss, in "Charlie's Angels"
    $500 17
It's the clothing article I have on right now:


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

Sharon Ellen Raymon
$800 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Ellen Raymon
$3,200 $1,400 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 4th
    $200 26
Alphabetically, the 4th of the 50 states is this Razorback home
    $200 21
It was first issued in 1866; before that, people talked about plugged quarters
    $200 16
The black one of these, a symbol of Western Australia, is seen here on that state's flag
    $200 2
Word in common in Frank Herbert titles of 1965, 1969, 1976, 1981 & 1985
    $200 1
Betty turned down being Helen Hunt's mom in this film, not liking how Nicholson's character treated the dog
    $200 11
In 1982 these 2 major national health care organizations merged
    $400 22
Nickelodeon launched it in 1985 to target adults nostalgic for the terrible TV shows of their youth
    $400 17
The former French colonies of Ivory Coast & Mali each have flags of this many colors
    $400 3
Dante would have loved this Hawthorne character, Rappaccini's daughter
    $400 7
When this man hosted "The Tonight Show" from 1957 to 1962, Betty White was a regular guest
    $400 12
It's the only "blue" book Dr. Seuss published
    $600 23
A real prince of a guy, Machiavelli would surely let you call him by this first name
    $600 18
The flag seen here is of this Baltic republic, that calls itself "Eesti Vabariik"
    $600 4
Completes the title of the Terry McMillan book "A Day Late and..."
    $600 8
Sitcom in which Betty played Ellen Harper, the daughter of Vicki Lawrence's character
    $600 13
One of these can grow to about 100 feet long & weigh up to 150 tons
    DD: $3,000 28
The 4th monarch of England in the 20th century, he died in 1972
    DD: $600 24
Similar in function to the Berlin Wall, the Green Line divides this Mediterranean island city
    $800 19
In 2001 this U.S. state adopted a new flag incorporating 5 old flags & a tiny Confederate battle emblem
    $800 5
In 1970 he delivered his first novel, "Deliverance"
    $800 9
Name of the show hosted by Betty's character Sue Ann Nivens, on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
    $800 14
A's owner Charlie Finley wanted this pitcher to change his first name to "True"
    $1000 27
The 4th Nobel Prize winner for Physiology/Medicine, this Russian won in 1904 for work in the physiology of digestion
    $1000 25
The gospel according to John tells of this Pharisee who secretly followed Jesus
    $1000 20
The flag seen here represents the president of this country
    $1000 6
"The Red White and Blue" was a 1987 novel by this husband of Joan Didion
    $1000 10
One of Betty's many Emmys was for being a game show host on "Just" this
    $1000 15
In Ethiopia, it's known as the Abbai

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Ellen Raymon
$5,200 $5,600 $500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Around 1912, while recovering in a sanatorium, this former seaman decided to become a playwright

Final scores:

Sharon Ellen Raymon
$5,598 $7,600 $600
2nd place: a trip to Beaches Resort, Negril, Jamaica New champion: $7,600 3rd place: a Meade ETX90 telescope

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sharon Ellen Raymon
$8,200 $5,600 $1,900
21 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
2 W
11 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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Game tape date: 2001-03-07
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