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    $300 8
This girl group gave us the '80s albums "Beauty and the Beat" & "Vacation"

Show #3787 - Tuesday, February 6, 2001

2001 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 2.
From the Las Vegas Hilton.

(John Lauderdale: This used to be Elvis Presley's dressing room here at the Hilton; now it belongs to Alex Trebek. Alex, 30 seconds!)
(Alex: [Dressed in an Elvis outfit] Thank you, John, thank you! Yeah!)


Charles Barkley, a former pro basketball player from Turner Network Television

Martha Stewart, a TV personality from Martha Stewart Living

Jeff Probst, a TV personality from Rock & Roll Jeopardy! and Survivor

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A whole category about zoos.)
    $100 13
Ken Blackburn, seen here, has set a world record for time aloft for one of these, & he's written books on them
    $100 22
You'll feel like Santa when you ride a sleigh pulled by these animals at the Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg
    $100 11
Cigars from this island 90 miles south of Florida are treasured by some as the best in the world
    $100 1
What Little Miss Muffet was eating while she sat on her tuffet
    $100 6
The 1976 concert film "The Song Remains the Same" starred this "Stairway to Heaven" group
    $100 23
Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, this photo copier company adopted its present name in 1961
    $200 14
Max Allan Collins wrote the novelization of this film starring Harrison Ford as President Marshall
    $200 21
This British city's zoo in Regent's Park claims that its reptile house, opened in 1849, was the world's first
    $200 12
Homes list for well over $1 million on this valuable "Vineyard" island of Massachusetts
    $200 3
Gotham City's dynamic duo
    $200 7
"I remember when rock was young" is the first line of this singer's hit "Crocodile Rock"
    $200 24
It's the visionary technique used to create the image seen here
    $300 15
Eric Stoltz is heard here reading A. Scott Berg's biography of this man
    $300 20
The Henry Doorly Zoo in this Nebraska city boasts "The World's Largest Indoor Tropical Rainforest"
    $300 2
Seen here, they were quite a pair
    $300 8
This girl group gave us the '80s albums "Beauty and the Beat" & "Vacation"
    $400 16
In 1997 Norman Franks & Alan Bennett investigated the 1918 "Last Flight" of this German ace
    $400 19
If you visit the Singapore Zoo, stay til late afternoon & have this British meal with an orangutan
    $400 4
In the Bible, the first 2 brothers mentioned
    $400 9
A member of this "Eye of the Tiger" group is suing CBS for trademark infringement
    $500 17
Piers Paul Read's "Alive" is the true tale of a rugby team whose plane crashed in these South American mountains
    $500 18
Dozens of Guinea baboons frolic on Baboon Island at the Brookfield Zoo in this Midwest state
    $500 5
Songwriting team who gave us "The Sound of Music"
    DD: $600 10
This interracial soul group got "Everyday People" to "Dance to the Music"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jeff Martha Charles
$700 $900 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Martha Charles
$1,100 $1,500 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 19
Custer's Last Stand is also known by the oxymoronic name "Little Big" this
    $200 12
In 1990 the lights on the Strip were dimmed for 10 minutes to honor this late, great "Candy Man" performer
    $200 11
Only a few living things, like some germs, can live without this gas symbolized O
    $200 1
On January 13, 1999 this Chicago Bulls player retired after 13 seasons in which he averaged 31.5 points a game
    $400 20
In the 1950s, if your button said, "I Like Ike", he was your man
    $400 13
The girl in the Rat Pack, she later played a cranky former first lady in 1994's "Guarding Tess"
    $400 5
In Nov. 2000 Phil Mickelson caught this Tiger by the tail, winning the Tour Championship PGA tournament by 2 strokes
    $400 4
For his role in "Cast Away", Tom Hanks won one of these awards in 2001
    $600 21
Born in Tennessee, Davy Crockett died in what's now this state
    $600 14
In a 1953 film Dean Martin sang this song, heard here
    $600 10
Though the Earth isn't a perfect sphere, its eastern & western halves are each called this
    $600 6
In 1998 this Cardinal first baseman had a National League record 162 walks to go along with his 70 home runs
    $600 2
Seen here, he was a U.S. presidential candidate in 1964
    DD: $2,000 22
William Cody's 2-word nickname, or perhaps what he sent out to his clients at the end of each month
    $800 15
This Rat Packer played Joey Barnes on his self-titled '60s sitcom
    $800 18
No Doubt sang, "Thank you for turning on the lights. Thank you, now you're" this organism that lives off a host
    $800 7
This NFL team plays its home games in the Georgia Dome
    $800 3
Using his laptop computer, this actor helps save the human race in the 1996 film "Independence Day"
    $1000 16
This British Rat Packer with a reputation as a playboy was one of the "Sergeants 3" in a 1962 film
    $1000 17
This man seen here, born in Oxford in 1942, is among the greatest physicists of our time
    $1000 8
America's oldest regularly contested foot race, it's been held since 1897 when the length was 24.5 miles
    $1000 9
There are European & American varieties of this songbird, seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Martha Charles
$3,500 $2,300 $1,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

In an interview, Jackie confided that JFK regularly fell asleep listening to the soundtrack of this Broadway play

Final scores:

Jeff Martha Charles
$2,300 $3,300 $0
2nd place: $10,000 for Beagles and Buddies Winner: $15,000 for College of the Atlantic 3rd place: $10,000 for Cornerstone Schools of Alabama

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jeff Martha Charles
$4,100 $4,300 $1,800
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $10,200

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