Show #3908 - Wednesday, September 5, 2001


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Ramsey Campbell, a writer from Newport Beach, California

Kim Taylor, a consulting attorney from Brooklyn, New York

Bernard Pena, a towboat captain from Marrero, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

I'M 18 & I LIKE IT
(Alex: Just like Jeopardy!)
    $100 26
His book "Christine" is 18--time for a new transmission
    $100 21
It's no news this city's home to the Rocky Mountain News
    $100 11
After mobs attacked several Havana newspapers in January 1898, the U.S. sent this battleship in
    $100 6
In 2000 DreamWorks released "The Road to" this golden city that enticed many explorers
    $100 1
Subic Bay lies just west of the Bataan Peninsula in this country
    $100 16
"Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer..."
    $200 27
This Toys "R" Us offshoot has 18 candles on its cake
    $200 22
Only 4 U.S. papers have circulations of over 1 million & this 5-letter word is in 2 of their names
    $200 12
His "You furnish the pictures & I'll furnish the war" line to Remington seems to be more fiction than fact
    $200 7
In 1988
(why not 1987?)
CBS aired "This is America, Charlie Brown--The Birth of" this document
    $200 2
Nuuk, the capital of this vast, cold island, is on a bay whose name means "bay of good hope"
    $200 17
"Hey, diddle, diddle..."
    $300 28
The mass market versions of these Xavier Roberts dolls first born in 1983 are now ready for college
    $300 23
By their names, it's the frequency of The News in Dayton & The Oklahoman in Oklahoma City
    $300 13
One good thing to come out of the war was achieving the near eradication of this disease
    DD: $400 8
In a Merrie Melodies cartoon title, this historic name precedes "Bunny-Part"
    $300 3
2-word place name in the NHL logo seen here
    $300 18
"Here comes Peter Cottontail..."
    $400 29
"(She's) Sexy And Seventeen" by this group is now 18
    $400 24
Look into it & you'll see this Philly paper's name is spelled with an "I"; the one in Cincinnati, with an "E"
    $400 14
Some of the first American casualties on Cuba were from the cavalry troop nicknamed this
    $400 9
According to Sherman & Mr. Peabody, she had to find oil before she could be the Lady with the Lamp
    $400 4
Directional name for Alameda & Contra Costa Counties, for their relation to San Francisco Bay
    $400 19
"Camptown ladies sing this song..."
    $500 30
This Texas senator turned Republican in 1983 & hasn't gone back
    $500 25
This Connecticut city's Courant covers current affairs
    $500 15
At 5:41 A.M. on May 1, 1898 Dewey told this captain of the Olympia, "You may fire when you are ready"
    $500 10
In 1973's "Robin Hood", Peter Ustinov was the voice of this evil brother of Richard the Lion-Hearted
    $500 5
This New Jersey city whose name starts with "bay" is between Newark & upper New York Bays
    $500 20
"There was a farmer had a dog, and..."

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

Bernard Kim Ramsey
$1,400 $0 $2,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Kim Ramsey
$1,400 $400 $5,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not THE RAPISTS.)
    $200 19
In '89 Connery helped this title character, whom he called "Junior", on his "Last Crusade"
    $200 9
This "Terms of Endearment" star played a troll at an amusement park before a '70s accident put her in a brief coma
    $200 24
What's with the Germans? Iwan Bloch is called the father of this -ology that Dr. Ruth Westheimer is also an expert on
    $200 1
Put the golden barrel or saguaro type of this plant in your mouth only if you want pierced lips
    $200 14
The number after 2 in the product of 9 & 3
    $200 4
You burn one in your fireplace
    $400 20
2000 film in which you'd hear reclusive writer Connery shout, "You're the man now, dog!"
    $400 10
(Hi, I'm Steven Page from Barenaked Ladies.) One legend says the term "Peeping Tom" came from a tailor gazing at this
11th c. barenaked lady on horseback
    $400 25
Internist J.H. Pratt pioneered this "therapy" in 1905 when he brought patients together to discuss how TB made them feel
    $400 2
Socrates could tell you this herb that's sometimes confused with parsley is the perfect garnish for a funeral
    $400 15
In the quotient of 48 & 2
    $400 5
British admiral Edward Vernon was famous for ordering this rum drink to be served to his men
    DD: $3,000 21
Connery has 2 tattoos on his arm; one says "Mom and Dad" & the other, this country "Forever"
    $600 11
His wife found this newsman was "On the Road" long enough to will a $600,000 house to his lady friend of 29 years
    $600 26
Dr. Gilda Karl, seen here, urges women not to bet on this fairy tale royal to make them happy
    $600 3
Stay clear of this Algonquin weapon as well as the same-named cruise missile used in the Persian Gulf War
    $600 16
At 6 degrees of separation below the Fahrenheit freezing point
    $600 6
An atmospheric condition hides dead sailors seeking revenge in this John Carpenter film
    $800 22
Connery escaped Bond-age (& Soviet Russia) as sub captain Marko Ramius in this film
    $800 12
Completes the Dorothy Parker line, "Men seldom make passes at..."
    $800 27
Psychologist & columnist Lee Salk was only the second-most famous Dr. Salk in his family, behind this one
    $800 29
This man, who introduced A.C. current in the U.S., wouldn't recommend putting any appliance in your mouth
    DD: $4,500 17
In the next prime number after 19
    $800 7
Swampy ground
    $1000 23
In '59 Sean favored us with a song, "Pretty Irish Girl", in Disney's this man "and the Little People"
    $1000 13
This NHL team is named for a mythical creature that's the "official state demon" where they play
    $1000 28
The initials of this man with unconventional views of schizophrenia stood for Ronald David
    $1000 30
Discoverer Daniel Rutherford might fertilize with it; don't try to freeze yourself by drinking the liquid form
    $1000 18
In 58 percent of 50 bucks
    $1000 8
Sometimes I feel like a small one of these in the Sony machine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Kim Ramsey
$4,600 $2,200 $16,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

D.H. Lawrence called him "an adventurer into the vaults and...
horrible underground passages of the human soul"

Final scores:

Bernard Kim Ramsey
$4,400 $4,400 $20,000
2nd place: Trip to Honolulu 3rd place: Samsung Camera Package New champion: $20,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bernard Kim Ramsey
$4,500 $2,200 $10,700
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 2001-04-23
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