Show #3788 - Wednesday, February 7, 2001

2001 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.
From the Las Vegas Hilton.


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Eric Idle, an actor and comedian from Monty Python's Flying Circus

Dana Delany, an actress from China Beach

Wayne Brady, an actor and comedian from Whose Line Is It Anyway?

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A little bit of everything in...)
    $100 1
"Leave it to" this semi-aquatic rodent to cut down a tree over 100 feet tall
    $100 13
All eyes were on Sinatra when he sang this song heard here
    $100 2
At the "World" of these chocolate candies you'll learn about the rigorous training they endure to earn their letters
    $100 3
The sclera, cornea & iris are parts of this
    $100 15
Superstition says don't point at this colorful arch or you may see even wetter weather
    $100 27
On a compass
    $200 6
"Here Comes" this common species of rabbit named for the fluffy white fur found at one end
    $200 19
Appropriately, in 1969 the Apollo 11 crew listened to this Sinatra song, first titled "In Other Words"
    $200 4
The Achilles tendon is in this part of the foot, the only spot where the hero Achilles was vulnerable
    $200 8
(Alex: To help us out with that clue, we have some very special guests) These are members of a wildly popular show created by this man
    $200 26
On a clothing size tag
    DD: $300 7
Common in Dixie, a razorback is a wild one of these
    $300 14
It's the Sinatra classic heard here
    $300 5
When you swallow wrong, food can enter this tube, your airway
    $300 16
A symbol of wisdom, this bird was associated with the goddess Athena
    $300 22
On a report card
    $400 11
In French this curly-haired dog is called a caniche
    $400 20
Singing partners including Bono & Barbra Streisand helped make this 1993 album Frank's biggest success in years
    $400 9
Joseph Murray performed the first successful human organ transplant, of this paired internal organ
    $400 17
Pop classic that includes the line "Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry"
    $400 23
As part of a price in '60s London
    $500 12
The fellow seen here is native to this continent
    $500 21
In the movie "Young at Heart", Sinatra sang this Gershwin gem heard here
    $500 24
Art lover Steve Wynn was once chairman of this Italian-themed hotel which still boasts a grand art gallery
    $500 10
Atelectasis is a doctor's term for the collapse of this organ
    $500 18
Like gumbo, a stew called burgoo is traditionally thickened with this vegetable
    $500 25
As a vocal range in opera

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Wayne Dana Eric
$600 $100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wayne Dana Eric
$3,900 $1,300 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A lot of those in England!)
(Alex: You select which one.)
    $200 23
This star of "Donnie Brasco", "Heat" & "Carlito's Way" made a film in nearly every year of the 1990s
    $200 5
If you want to impress a guy like Mark Antony, barge in on a barge, like this queen
    $200 21
Audiences loved the dialect comedy team of Weber & this man (first name Lew, not W.C.)
    $200 10
If you've flown to this world capital you most likely landed at Orly or Charles de Gaulle Airport
    $200 6
Only a real-life Grumpy wouldn't like this 1937 animated feature from Walt Disney
    DD: $2,300 8
Her 1536 demise was covered in "Anne Affair to Remember: Queen Loses Head Over Her Brother!"
    $400 24
In his first 17 seasons as owner of the Yankees, he changed managers 17 times
    $400 4
If you see a cute chick on a balcony, ignore her; you might end up taking poison, like this hero
    $400 15
The billing of Julian Eltinge, seen here, was "The most beautiful woman in the world is really" this
    $400 18
In Tokyo you can see guys throw their weight around at the Kokugikan, a stadium for this type of wrestling
    $400 14
A 16th century Japanese village is the main setting for this 1954 foreign film classic
    $600 7
She's the subject of the 17th century headline seen here:

"LOCA POCA!! Saves Boy Toy From Fatal Clubbing"
    $600 25
In the original "Jazz Singer", he uttered that famous line "You ain't heard nothin' yet!"
    $600 1
Danish guys look really great in tights; we learned it from this play
    $600 22
Completes Gracie Allen's tag line "Oh George, I bet you say that to..."
    DD: $1,000 11
The Sony Entertainment Center in Berlin offers a virtual reality "fun ride" on this Beatles vehicle
    $600 13
Tom Ewell fantasizes about Marilyn Monroe in this 1955 film
    $800 9
The picture here appeared in 1656 with the headline "Dutch Treat: This Painter's Model Mistress Tells All!"
    $800 26
In 1997 this charismatic minister & civil rights leader made a bid to become mayor of New York City
    $800 2
Richard III knew this London fortress is a great place to hide those pesky nephews
    $800 12
For some chic shopping & great beaches, visit Mykonos, an island of this country
    $800 16
Rod Serling wrote this 1964 drama about a military scheme to overthrow the U.S. government
    $1000 20
Perhaps from a tabloid tablet comes "City-Founding Boys Nursed by Wolf!", about Romulus & this brother
    $1000 3
It's not polite to murder your guest, & it might turn your wife into a sleepwalker, like this "Lady"
    $1000 19
England's most famous square, it's where you'll find Nelson's Column & the National Gallery
    $1000 17
A disillusioned knight plays chess with death in this Ingmar Bergman masterpiece

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wayne Dana Eric
$9,700 $6,100 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In October 1998 this man went into space as the oldest U.S. astronaut ever

Final scores:

Wayne Dana Eric
$11,700 $12,100 $14,000
3rd place: $11,700 for Avon Breast Cancer Crusade 2nd place: $12,100 for Scleroderma Research Foundation Winner: $19,000 for Friends of the Los Angeles Free Clinic

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Wayne Dana Eric
$9,700 $6,100 $4,700
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 2001-01-23
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