Show #3801 - Monday, February 26, 2001


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Jeff Bowersox, a graduate student from Owensboro, Kentucky

Christy Woodman, a substitute teacher from Canton, Massachusetts

Sid Moore Jr., a human rights investigator from Eugene, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $2,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Rejected in Russia, this Boris Pasternak novel began making house calls in Italy
    $100 1
In 1956 this Giants halfback & future "Monday Night Football" announcer was the NFL's Most Valuable Player
    $100 17
For an astounding 3 decades, he youthfully hosted "American Bandstand"
    $100 11
Emil Pallenberg first trained bears in tightrope walking working for these brothers' circus
    $100 24
In 1913 Pierre de Coubertin designed this event's logo of 5 interlocking rings
    $100 6
Gator relative
    $200 9
Joanne Woodward exhibited a trio of personalities in this 1957 film
    $200 2
In his last game as a player, Super Bowl XXXIII, this Denver QB passed for 336 yards & 1 touchdown
    $200 18
Traditionally, this name is given to a woman whose identity is unknown during legal proceedings
    $200 12
Bruno starred as this TV bear often seen with Clint Howard as Mark Wedloe
    $200 25
In the 1940s Achille Gaggia built an appliance to make this beverage, basis of cappuccino, in your kitchen
    $200 7
"See ya," in Rome
    $300 10
During the summer Ford rolled out this all-new auto; big mistake!
    $300 3
This coach of the Colts & Dolphins is the NFL's winningest coach with 347 career victories
    $300 19
In 1990 Warren Beatty took on the role of this hawk-nosed, jut-jawed crime crusader
    $300 13
Munna, this type of performing bear, made news when India's government took him from trainer Nasir Khan
    DD: $300 26
Though called this, a popular '60s chair was actually filled with tiny polystyrene balls
    $300 14
Turkey slicer
    $400 29
Ceremonies in the U.S. & France marked this statesman's 200th birthday
    $400 4
In July of 2000 this player seen here signed a $42 million, 6-year contract, at the time tops among NFL running backs
    $400 20
(Former Jeopardy! college contestant, Maggie Bandur, who's now a writer on Malcolm in the Middle, delivers the clue.) On an episode of mine, Malcolm's mother, played by this actress, has to go to the funeral of an aunt she hated
    $400 22
Customers at the saloon of this frontier judge would buy sarsaparilla for his bear Bruno
    $400 27
In the 1930s Donald Deskey used this style for the interior of Radio City Music Hall
    $400 15
Don't tell! ___ up
    $500 5
Only 3 players have rushed for more than 2,000 yards in a season: O.J. Simpson, Eric Dickerson & this Lion in 1997
    $500 21
In 1553 this monarch was a true "Nine Days' Wonder"
    $500 23
Bart the Bear terrorized Anthony Hopkins & Alec Baldwin in "The Edge" & Brad Pitt in this film
    $500 28
Harley Earl's designs for GM peaked with this 1959 Cadillac model
    $500 16
Intoned, like a monk

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Sid Christy Jeff
$2,500 $300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Christy Jeff
$2,800 $700 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the actor & the year, you have to name the person portrayed.)
    $200 3
These beautiful Hawaiian garlands aren't always made of flowers: seeds & shells are used, too
    $200 22
"Alive" & "Jeremy" are songs by this band
    $200 1
In 1719 Daniel Defoe wrote "The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of" this character
    $200 20
Jason Scott Lee
    $200 8
While the military type of this composition is usually fast & upbeat, the funeral type is slow & somber
    $200 9
The former mayor of Washington, D.C. who "Can't Smile Without You" "At the Copa, Copacabana"
    $400 4
Once home to Father Damien, this island is so unspoiled that it still has no traffic lights
    $400 23
Nicknamed "The Pearl", he was the captain of the Knicks in the late '70s
    $400 2
Thomas Hardy called his epic work on this emperor "The Dynasts"; "War and Peace" had already been taken
    $400 21
Audie Murphy
    $400 15
A famous series of concertos by Vivaldi, or Frankie Valli's group
    $400 10
Phone call you make to Jack London where he pays the buck, not you
    $600 5
One of the "Big Island"'s biggest thrills is flying in a helicopter over this volcano that's been erupting since 1983
    $600 24
The pearl type of this cassava starch is used to make pudding
    $600 12
This Tennyson poem was published in the Examiner a few weeks after the October 1854 event
    $600 25
Forest Whitaker
    $600 18
It's the rhyming name for the energetic blues-based piano style that became popular in the '30s
    $600 11
Kids' game in which a certain phrase allows you to imitate the movements of this "Odd Couple" playwright
    $800 6
Yee-ha! You'll see Hawaiian cowboys known as Paniolo at this 225,000-acre cattle ranch
    $800 26
This trombonist & bandleader had a smash hit in 1942 with the song heard here
    DD: $1,000 13
An ominous character from this 1949 novel lent his name to a summer 2000 series on CBS
    DD: $400 19
From the passage heard here, it's the common nickname of the following symphony by Haydn
    $800 16
Laura Ingalls Wilder's novel about growing up out west with Garrison Keillor's radio show
    $1000 7
The name of this island sounds like a Hawaiian veranda
    $1000 14
The title of this 1904 W.H. Hudson novel refers to the wild forests of South America
    $1000 17
Norman Mailer's "True Life Novel" about Gary Gilmore that featured Disney's Uncle Remus & Brer Rabbit

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Christy Jeff
$4,200 -$300 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This "Dragon" was first famous for resisting Ottoman domination of Romania

Final scores:

Sid Christy Jeff
$2,599 -$300 $66
3-day champion: $5,199 3rd place: Replay TV Hard Disk Recorder System 2nd place: Trip to Dublin, Ireland courtesy of

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sid Christy Jeff
$4,600 $700 $2,900
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
5 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $8,200

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Game tape date: 2000-11-28
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