Show #3900 - Friday, July 13, 2001

Alan Bailey game 2.


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Bill Hart, a home-sale account executive from Mandeville, Louisiana

Mark Brennan, a personal trust officer from Danbury, Connecticut

Alan Bailey, a playwright and director from Sherman Oaks, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Guess what tomorrow is.)
(Alex: We want you to name the puppeteer most closely associated with the puppets we will mention.)
    $100 21
A month before Bastille Day, the Estates--commoners, nobility & this group--became one national assembly
    $100 3
Rowlf the Dog,
Kermit the Frog
    $100 1
He's the popular multiple Tony Award-winning playwright seen here
    $100 9
Who says "real men don't eat" this? Emeril makes one filled with shrimp & cheese & eats it while he's watching football
    $100 23
Muhammad Husayn Fadlallah helped found the Hezbollah Party in Lebanon to promote this religion
    $100 16
    $200 22
This nobleman who aided America during its revolution was head of the Paris National Guard
    $200 5
Lamb Chop,
Charlie Horse,
Hush Puppy
    $200 2
This scandalous wit & playwright seen here died in Paris in 1900
    $200 10
Give Emeril some pork bely & kosher salt & he wont just "bring home" this meat, he'll make it himself
    $200 24
In 1989 ADOC alliance leader Guillermo Endara was elected this country's president, but Noriega nixed it
    $200 17
This small ornamental case for a keepsake is often worn as a pendant
    DD: $600 25
With the coup d'etat of 18 Brumaire in 1799, he overthrew the directory
    $300 8
Cookie Monster,
Miss Piggy
    $300 4
The works of this two-time Pulitzer Prize winner are set largely in the American south
    $300 11
You might like this bird a l'orange; Emeril puts it in his special burritos with--BAM!--chili corn sauce
    $300 28
Mangosuthu Buthelezi's Inkatha Freedom Party operated in this country while the ANC was outlawed
    $300 18
Hairstyle popular among Rastafarians
    $400 26
This national anthem was first sung by patriots from Marseille who aided in the storming of the Tuileries in 1792
    $400 12
    $400 6
Called the most significant British dramatist since Shakespeare, this Irish-born author wrote 50 stage plays
    $400 14
To kick it up a notch, Emeril adds jalapenos to these deep-fried cornmeal balls--that'll shush your doggies!
    $400 29
In 1995 the Inuit Brotherhood held 6 seats in this island's Landsting
    $400 19
This phrase meaning the grave of all who perish at sea dates back about 200 years
    $500 27
On July 13, 1793 this publisher of "L'Ami du peuple" was stabbed to death by Charlotte Corday
    $500 13
    $500 7
This absurdist playwright left them waiting for him at the 1969 Nobel Prize ceremony
    $500 15
Emeril's momma taught him that this pungent bulb is a beautiful thing; he drizzles it with olive oil & roasts it
    $500 30
The True Path Party's Suleyman Demirel became this country's president in 1993
    $500 20
In 1690 this founder of empericism outlined his philosophical doctrine in "An Essay on Human Understanding"

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

Alan Mark Bill
$2,600 $1,300 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Mark Bill
$3,700 $3,800 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

2 "RY"s
(Alex: We are expecting and hoping for a correct response that will have 2 words that sound a lot alike and each word ends in the letters "R-Y".)
(Alex: You have to give the reason in that one.)
    $200 1
When the well's dry, we know the worth of" this
    $200 21
In legend, the Tibetan people originated from the union of a female demon & one of these primates
    $200 6
One's a place for experimentation; the other's a polite word for a bathroom
    $200 25
The desirable total level for this is under 200, with the "bad" kind at under 130
    $200 4
This synonym for wealthy is the last name of billionaire Marc, pardoned by Bill Clinton in 2001
    $200 16
Because the cornea in your eye acts as a magnifying glass & your retina gets burned, even in an eclipse
    $400 2
Ben's epitaph for himself compared him to the cover of one of these, "stript of its lettering and gilding"
    $400 22
Following this large country's 1911 revolution, its influence in Tibet was greatly reduced
    $400 7
One's the place of the crucifixtion; one's a horse-mounted military force
    $400 26
The most common cause of mild anemia is a low level of this mineral
    $400 5
One of Forbes' 50 Wealthiest Americans, this engineering partner of David Packard died in 2001
    $400 17
Because John J. Raskob of GM wanted to outdo Walter Chrysler in skyscraper building
    $600 3
Franklin said the constitution gave the U.S. this form of government, "if you can keep it"
    $600 23
7th century King Song-Tsen Gampo introduced this religion to Tibet by marrying 2 princesses who practiced it
    $600 8
One means to inquire impertinently into someone's affairs; the other means brisk or nimble
    $600 27
Adding this mineral to toothpaste & mouthwashed helps prevent tooth decay
    $600 13
Fees reported at $600 an hour separate most men from this litigator who's argued against Microsoft & for Al Gore
    $600 18
Because he outwitted, outplayed and outlasted 15 others on Pulau Tiga
    DD: $1,000 11
This present state "resembles a beer barrel, tapped at both ends," with the beer "running into Philadelphia & New York"
    DD: $500 24
Also known as Mitoh-Kangmi, this legendary creature is mentioned in early Tibetian stories
    $800 9
One's a room where food is kept; one's an adjective for an insultingly small amount
    $800 28
A normal blood pressure reading is said to be 120/80 (systolic/this)
    $800 14
In 2000 this AOL CEO announced a merger with Time Warner
    $800 19
Because Columbus thought he had sailed around the world & he called the people what he thought they were
    $1000 12
Final reason for choosing an older woman as a mistress: "They are so" this
    $1000 30
In the 13th Century, these conquerors incorporated Tibet into their empire
    $1000 10
One means showy clothing or ornaments; the other is a place that prepares petroleum
    $1000 29
This process, EKG for short, records electric impulses from the heart to diagnose disorders like arrhythmia
    $1000 15
This brash owner of the Washington Redskins made his fortune in marketing & advertising
    $1000 20
Because he wanted to hear the sirens, but not steer the ship to them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Mark Bill
$5,700 $8,700 $5,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This classic 1952 movie was based on the story "The Tin Star"

Final scores:

Alan Mark Bill
$11,400 $5,999 $9,200
2-day champion: $21,601 3rd place: $1000 shopping spree, courtesy of the Sony Card 2nd place: Trip to the Lucayan on Grand Bahama Island

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Alan Mark Bill
$5,700 $8,700 $5,500
21 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 2001-03-21
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