Suggest correction - #3881 - 2001-06-18

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    $800 13
Prince Schwarzenberg helped restore this dynasty's control after the 1848 revolutions

Show #3881 - Monday, June 18, 2001


Stuart Leeman, an executive from Coral Springs, Florida

Chip Rossetti, an editor from Brooklyn, New York

Kara Miller, a graduate student from Carlisle, Massachusetts (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $8,100)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
En Francais, the title of an 1831 work is "Notre-Dame de" zis city
    $100 6
Goodyear's The Eagle
    $100 16
Calling Grand Central Station could get you this hold music
    $100 11
This magazine's NYC galleries house the toy soldiers, Monopoly games & Faberge eggs collected by publisher Malcolm
    $100 21
The song "That's Amore" is on the soundtrack to this 1987 Cher film
    $100 26
A 1997 report indicates that Daniel "Peg Leg" Sullivan framed this woman & her cow for the 1871 Chicago Fire
    $200 2
Betty Smith wrote about her hometown in the classic "A Tree Grows in" this borough
    $200 7
Disney's Herbie
    $200 17
Hopefully you didn't get this music while on hold with the National Weather Service
    $200 12
Collectors of Tom Tierney's paper dolls prize the one of this princess with her charity auction dresses
    $200 22
This adjective means "purely academic" or "irrelevant"
    $200 27
At the 1939 World's Fair in New York City, the Borden exhibit featured a live version of this trademarked cow
    $300 3
In his first novel, Michael Chabon revealed "The Mysteries of" this steel city
    $300 8
The Spruce Goose
    $300 18
You might get this hold music when calling the auto club for directions
    $300 13
The Danbury Mint could make a mint with its porcelain tea set adorned with pictures of this dimpled darling of the '30s
    $300 23
This stir-fried Chinese dish that contains shredded pork, scallions & egg is rolled in a thin pancake
    $300 28
A cow's stomach has this many compartments
    DD: $500 4
In a middle English classic, travelers make a pilgrimage from Southwark to this city in Kent
    $400 9
Names for these include hogs & choppers
    $400 19
It seems to always be this song when my butcher shop puts me on hold
    $400 14
The GWTW movie museum in Atlanta displays a figurine of this black actress in her film role as Prissy
    $400 24
It's another name for a person born under the sign of Cancer
    $400 29
One of the 2 breeds of milk cows named for English Channel islands
    $500 5
An author succumbs to cholera, leading to his "Death in" this Italian city
    $500 10
The Flying Dutchman in opera
    $500 20
This song would be great hold music for a pediatrician
    $500 15
Seen here, Rachel was this regal company's Figure of the Year for 2000
    $500 25
This Cab Calloway song includes the lines "Hi-De-Hi-De-Hi-De-Hi!" & "Ho-De-Ho-De-Ho-De-Ho!"
    $500 30
This beef grade comes from pampered cows that are massaged with sake & fed lots of beer

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

Kara Chip Stuart
$200 $600 $2,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kara Chip Stuart
$1,000 $2,500 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's a category we haven't used in a long time.)
(Alex: And who isn't?)
    $200 21
In 1768 his son Carl Philipp Emanuel became the musical director for the 5 main churches in Hamburg
    $200 15
In a popular 1960 western, Yul Brynner & Charles Bronson are 2 of these title defenders of a Mexican town
    $200 20
1 of only 3 islands in the world larger than Madagascar
    $200 1
Some refer to this spicy dish as a "bowl o' red"
    $200 6
Born in Bohemia in 1884, Edward Benes was the first foreign minister & second president of this country
    $200 16
Ship-launching Greek beauty's cantaloupes
    $400 22
One of Brahms' best-known orchestral works is his "Variations on a Theme by" this "Papa"
    $400 9
(Hi, I'm Nathan Lane, hold it down!) I was the voice of Snowball the Cat in this 1999 film based on an E.B. White book
    $400 2
In English trifle the "soft" type of this puddinglike dessert is mixed with fruit & spongecake
    $400 7
19th century chess genius Wilhelm Steinitz was renowned for his use of these front-liners
    $400 17
Galahad's special bucket to hold a special chalice
    $600 23
In 1897 Gustav Mahler became the artistic director of this city's Imperial Opera, a post he held for 10 years
    DD: $600 10
The composition heard here was appropriately played in this 1994 Hugh Grant film:
    $600 27
Madagascar is one of the leading producers of this bean used as a popular flavor of ice cream
    $600 3
Head south of the border or to any good Mexican restaurant for one of these deep-fried burritos
    $600 8
Rabbi Zechariah Frankel originated this movement, which falls between Orthodox & Reform Judaism
    $600 18
Norse underworld goddess' hollow metal ringers
    $800 24
This Frenchman did not allow the publication of his "Carnival of the Animals" during his lifetime
    $800 11
In 1970 Richard Harris played this 17th century British "protector" at odds with King Charles I
    $800 28
Between 1960 & 1975 Madagascar was known as this "republic"
    $800 4
Originally from Naples, it's a single serving stuffed pizza in the shape of a turnover
    $800 13
Prince Schwarzenberg helped restore this dynasty's control after the 1848 revolutions
    $800 19
Roman agriculture god's sewing aids
    $1000 25
In 1874 Richard Wagner & his wife moved into Haus Wahnfried, a home in this city, paid for by KIng Ludwig
    $1000 12
In "Dante's Inferno", Oliver Reed played this pre-Raphaelite artist & poet
    $1000 5
Anatomical name of the squash seen here:
    $1000 14
This Bohemian-born father of Madeleine K. Albright taught international relations in the U.S.
    $1000 26
Falcon-headed Egyptian god's repeated song verses

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kara Chip Stuart
$3,200 $7,300 $6,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

Oscar Wilde said of this title place "The warder is despair"

Final scores:

Kara Chip Stuart
$0 $12,201 $2,200
3rd place: Sony Card $1,000 Shopping Spree New champion: $12,201 2nd place: Trip to Beaches Resort & Spa, Turks & Caicos

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kara Chip Stuart
$3,200 $7,300 $6,000
11 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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