Show #3804 - Thursday, March 1, 2001


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Dave Stewart, a waiter from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Correne Boucher, a pediatrician from Middletown, Connecticut

Stephen Mitchell, a marketing manager from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
On February 28, the first of the Forty-Niners to arrive by ship docked at this California port city
    $100 11
A 7-year-old chess prodigy is at the center of this 1993 film that mentions an American chess prodigy in its title
    $100 21
From the ground you only see half of this colorful effect; from a plane it is often seen as a full circle
    $100 16
Tybo & Tilsit are types of these
    $100 1
The ex-Mrs. Billy Joel
    $100 26
Be a stickler! When one proposes, one of these should be "down on" the floor
    $200 7
In 1895 Brooklyn ground to a halt when workers on these electric vehicles went on strike
    $200 12
Even the janitor at M.I.T. is a math genius in this 1997 Oscar-winning film
    $200 22
The winds in this part of a hurricane may be less than 15 miles an hour
    $200 17
To make small squares of food is to dice; to make them a little larger is to do this, the shape of dice
    $200 2
"Hellraiser" horror novelist & director
    $200 27
This is how one asks "the question" if the proposal is unexpected
    $300 8
Savannah's antebellum Green-Meldrim House was built for a wealthy dealer in this "king"ly crop
    $300 13
Chemistry whiz Julius Kelp devises a formula that transforms him into the suave Buddy Love in this 1963 comedy
    $300 23
Known to farmers as "white plague", they travel to Earth at up to 100 miles per hour, damaging crops
    $300 18
This French term refers to food that has been strained & blended to a smooth consistency
    $300 3
Author full of hot "Eyre"
    $300 28
Like the couple in a No. 1 song by the Dixie Cups, one might ask her intended to go to this title place
    $400 9
In 1856 South Carolina Rep. Brooks gave Massachusetts Sen. Sumner a notorious beating with this
    $400 14
A blinding light suddenly turns this actor into a genius in 1996's "Phenomenon"
    $400 24
This is the term for a large group of meteors, or of bees
    $400 19
5-letter word for a male chicken that's been "fixed"
    $400 4
'20s "It" girl
    $400 29
If one is religious, one might lead his intended down the aisle to this part of a church
    $500 10
George Root inspired the Union forces with his song "The Battle Cry Of" this
    $500 15
Woody Allen finds media guru Marshall McLuhan in a theater lobby in this 1977 film
    $500 25
Normally, the trade winds blow in this direction
    DD: $800 20
Roe is fish eggs; roebuck is this meat
    $500 5
Bonnie Parker's partner in crime
    $500 30
One's intentions may be made known by publishing these church announcements

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

Stephen Correne Dave
$300 $1,500 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Correne Dave
$1,700 $3,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not mine, but different people.)
    $200 10
"Cybill Disobedience"
    $200 9
His career included touring migrant camps with actor Will Geer & writing a newspaper column, "Woody Sez"
    $200 7
Every 2 years 1/3 of this body faces re-election
    $200 1
He's the "childish" 19th century outlaw & New York City native seen here
    $200 24
This 6.5-million square-mile nation stretches from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the steppes of central Asia
    $200 2
It's Bogie's trademark line to Ingrid Bergman in "Casablanca", kid
    $400 11
"I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"
    $400 17
"Spider Man Blues" was a record by this "Empress of the Blues"; Sony should be thinking soundtrack!
    $400 8
A state with one representative in the House classifies him as "at-" this
    $400 20
In 1897 this man seen here began a 3-year exile in Siberia
    $400 25
The Avar people of the steppes dominated the Hungarian plain until this Frankish king defeated them around 800
    $400 3
Alice knows it's a mirror
    DD: $800 15
"Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons of a Hardwood Warrior"
    $600 18
This "Something To Talk About" singer & guitarist is on the board of the Rhythm & Blues Foundation
    $600 12
Created by law in 1800, this institution maintains the Dewey Decimal System
    $600 21
She was launched for a second time in 1984
    $600 26
Of the family Muridae, these small rodents from the Eurasian steppes are popular house pets in the U.S.
    $600 4
In this 1929 work, Eugene Gant is Thomas Wolfe's literary alter ego
    $800 16
"Travels with Charley"
    $800 13
The GAO, it can tell you how much the government spent in 1999 on red ink
    $800 22
Controversial American evangelist of the 1920s seen here
    DD: $500 28
Born in 1860, this playwright seen here won the Pushkin Prize for his 1888 short story "The Steppe"
    $800 5
In the title of a 1967 Dusty Springfield hit song, this "is in your eyes"
    $1000 19
"Black Boy"
    $1000 14
It makes the red ink & furnishes blank paper to all the agencies
    $1000 23
This actress seen here dominated French theater for more than half a century
    $1000 27
Vast steppes make up a section of this mountain range that divides Europe & Asia
    $1000 6
With this 1957 play, John Osborne proved he was indeed an angry young man

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Correne Dave
$11,200 $3,400 $2,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Known by a 3-letter abbreviation, it was first proposed in 1989 by software developer Tim Berners-Lee

Final scores:

Stephen Correne Dave
$10,000 $1 $2,525
2-day champion: $22,400 3rd place: Wall Street gift certificate 2nd place: a trip to Singapore courtesy of

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stephen Correne Dave
$11,500 $3,900 $2,500
25 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 2000-11-28
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