Show #3911 - Monday, September 10, 2001

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Brian O'Rourke, a director of development from Marblehead, Massachusetts

Tony Morgan, a financial analyst originally from Jefferson City, Tennessee

Ramsey Campbell, a writer from Newport Beach, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $38,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Tonight, the wooden teeth--fact or fiction? Also, his 1754 Fort Necessity battle loss...Mt. Vernon, hello
    $100 7
Do this if you love Jesus, but don't do it just as the light turns green
    $100 1
"Speak, Speak, Speak"
    $100 26
This great Spanish cubist designed sets & costumes for the 1919 ballet "The Three-Cornered Hat"
    $100 21
90% of Qatar's income comes from the export of this product
    $100 2
If you have other, more important things to do, you "have other' of these "to fry"
    $200 17
I'm all shook up about my next guest & the caller is from his hometown...Tupelo, MS., hello?
    $200 8
The following sound indicates a vehicle in this gear
    $200 9
    $200 27
"Prince Rama & the Demons" was inspired by the "Ramayana", one of the great epic poems of this country
    $200 22
The hills around San Jose are covered with trees growing this, Costa Rica's top export
    $200 3
Big throwing don'ts include "the baby out with the bathwater" & "caution to" this
    $300 18
At the bottom of the hour, bet you won't miss my chat with this all time "hit king" of baseball...Cincinnati, hello?
    $300 10
In September 2000, Congress held hearings on this company's product found on Fords
    $300 12
"Get Out Of Here!"
    $300 28
"Happiness is just a thing called Joe" goes one of the songs in the 1997 ballet about this late sex symbol
    $300 23
This crop is king in Mali; about 1/2 of its export income comes from it
    $300 4
In "A Psalm of Life, " Longfellow tells of leaving these behind "on the sands of time"
    $400 19
A special Larry King tonight this "wubbulous" children's author & his thoughts on Rosie starring in his big Broadway show
    $400 11
Experts disagree on whether 10 & 2 o'clock or 9 & 3 is better for this; no one thinks much of the old wrist drape
    $400 13
"Suspenseful Movie"
    $400 29
Phillip Feeny's eerie music for the British ballet based on this spooky 19th C. novel is heard here
    $400 24
A big export for Tuvalu is copra, the dried meat of this
    $400 5
William Congreve expounded, "heav'n has no rage, like love to hatred turn'd, nor hell a fury like" this
    $500 20
He was 77 when he returned to space in '98; he talks to us now via satellite from Ohio
    $500 15
"Multitudinous" name for this part of the car that transmits gases from the cylinders to the exhaust pipe
    $500 14
"Said Female Belongs To Me"
    DD: $1,000 25
In ancient times, the most famous export of the Phoenician town of Byblos to Greece was this material
    $500 6
This phrase meaning "to betray someone" came from slaves sent illegally via the Mississippi to New Orleans

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

Ramsey Tony Brian
$900 $1,700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ramsey Tony Brian
$3,300 $2,900 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
Therefore it's this 17th century mathematician and philosopher--I think
    $200 14
Humulin, used by diabetics, is short for "human" this
    $200 27
At nearly 11,000 feet this "active" spot is Sicily's highest point
    $200 21
"Ordinary People"
    $200 6
He shuffled off this mortal coil in Warm Springs, GA from a cerebral hemorrhage
    $200 1
The Reinheitsgebot is the law of 1516 governing the purity of this 4-letter drink
    $400 10
Peachy thoughts from this uber philosopher include "God is Dead" & "Is Man only a blunder of God?"
    $400 15
Football coach & triple-bypass patient Dan Reeves advertises Zocor, which mainly aims to lower this
    $400 28
Sicily was ceded to the Romans in 241 B.C. after they won the first of these wars
    $400 22
"Apollo 13"
    $400 7
His passing came in Buffalo, New York from gunshot wounds
    $400 2
Freude is this to which Beethoven composed an ode; Schadenfreude is this at someone else's misfortune
    $600 11
The writings of this man seen here were truly Revolutionary
    $600 16
Advil migraine eases the throbbing with 200 milligrams of this
    DD: $3,000 26
The father of this US Supreme Court Justice was a romance language professor who had emigrated from Sicily
    $600 23
"Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil"
    DD: $1,600 8
He died in the White House, from pneumonia
    $600 3
A bildungsroman is this type of work covering a young hero's development
    $800 12
He coined the term "utopia" now meaning "an ideal place" & used it for the title of a 1516 satire
    $800 17
The arthritis medicine lodine is an NSAID, a non-steroidal anti-this drug
    $800 29
Heading west to Sicily from Calabria, Italy will take you "strait" to this port city of 263,000
    $800 24
"Rachel, Rachel"
    $800 19
The end finally came for this president in Elberon, N.J. from blood poisoning after being shot
    $800 4
Sauerbraten is literally "sour roast"; this is literally "roast sausage"
    $1000 13
By pure reason you should know he's the categorical German seen here
    $1000 18
Chlorpromazine, aka this, was approved by the FDA in 1954 & became the prototype antipsychotic
    $1000 25
"Cradle Will Rock"
    $1000 20
The 2nd Prez to die in the White House, he was felled by acute indigestion (or was it poison?)
    $1000 5
Bismarck & Kissinger are among masters of this, politics based on pragmatic concerns

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ramsey Tony Brian
$10,900 $3,300 $5,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 2001, she produced & hosted the Travel Channel's "Secrets of San Simeon"

Final scores:

Ramsey Tony Brian
$11,001 $0 $99
4-day champion: $49,201 3rd place: a Samsung camera package 2nd place: a 7-night Caribbean cruise

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ramsey Tony Brian
$8,000 $2,300 $5,500
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 2001-04-24
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