Show #3938 - Wednesday, October 17, 2001

Contestants

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Pamela Robinson, a legal association manager from Chicago, Illinois

Ulhas Rajurkar, a human resources specialist from Lorton, Virginia

Sharon Forsher, a character interpreter coach from Williamsburg, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

MAMMALS
POP STARS A.K.A.
AWARENESS MONTHS
AUNTIQUITY
BEANS
"OLD" RHYMES
    $100 11
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is at Sea World in San Diego.) Here comes the Asian small-clawed type of this, which is smaller than the river type of North America
    $100 6
R&B legend William Robinson
    $100 12
November is the national month for this condition, both insulin-dependent & non-
    $100 26
In the 15th century B.C. Hatshepsut ruled this country as regent for her nephew Thutmose
    $100 17
Also called butter beans, these beans have been cultivated in Peru for thousands of years
    $100 1
In the movie, it's "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"
    $200 22
The Malayan flying fox, with a wingspan of over 5 feet, is really one of these mammals
    $200 7
Drummer Richard Starkey
    $200 13
Like the month of October, the stamp seen here promotes awareness of this disease
    $200 27
Eurynoe, a Macedonian princess of the 300s B.C., had this great nephew -- not great-nephew, great nephew
    $200 18
A certain military branch has served this bean as a staple since the mid-1800s, hence its name
    $200 2
A story relegated to the bottom half of a newspaper page is "below" this
    $300 23
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at the San Diego Zoo.) The pacarana, which had an ancestor the size of a rhinoceros, is one of the largest of this order of mammals
    $300 8
Folk rocker Robert Zimmerman
    DD: $300 14
It's National Stress-Free Family Holidays Month
    $300 28
Under Shotoku & his aunt Suiko, Japan established relations with the Sui dynasty in this country
    $300 19
This bean is named for the sound it makes when broken in half
    $300 3
We think THIS FACE should be familiar to you
    $400 24
What we call a moose is known in Europe by this 3-letter name
    $400 9
Airplane flyer Grace Wing
    $400 15
This association whose symbol is seen here sponsors Breathe Easy Month each May
    $400 29
In Celtic myth, Furbaidhe kills his aunt Medb by shooting a hard piece of this dairy food from a slingshot
    $400 20
The name of this bean is Spanish for "painted"
    $400 4
It often follows "Going once, going twice..."
    $500 25
One of these monkeys used in medical research was also the first mammal to go into space
    $500 10
Youthful-looking singer-songwriter Kenneth Edmonds
    $500 16
November has been picked to increase knowledge of these donors who help leukemia patients
    $500 30
As Abraham's wife, the biblical Sarah was the aunt of this man who settled in Sodom
    $500 21
Products made from this legume include tofu & miso
    $500 5
To chide or reprimand, or a person who constantly does so

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Sharon Ulhas Pamela
$200 $1,500 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Ulhas Pamela
$900 $3,400 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. MEMORIALS
SPORTS PEOPLE WHO ARE PLACES
CROSS-EXAMINING THE WITS
DOUBLE-VOWEL WORDS
(Alex: Same vowel, twice in a row.)
LAWRENCE
OF ARABIA
    $200 8
A memorial to this day was dedicated June 6, 2001 in Bedford, Virginia
    $200 3
If he blows a last second shot for the N.Y. Knicks, they'd say this guard we have a problem
    $200 26
According to Mr. Boswell's statement, you & he first met in 1763. Is that correct?
    $200 1
A tiny wrinkle at the corner of the eye is called a crow's this
    $200 16
Running for almost 3 decades, this bandleader's TV show premiered in 1955
    $200 21
When this waterway opened in 1869, it brought Arabia into much closer touch with the outside world
    $400 9
A memorial to him, seen here, is at the National Academy of Sciences
    $400 4
He's the Laker phenom whom opponents might wish played in Japan
    $400 27
"A cynic...knows the price of everything and the value of nothing." Tell the court what you meant
    $400 2
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is at the Santa Monica Pier.) This character sometimes dreams that he's a World War I flying ace, battling the Red Baron
    $400 17
This linebacker broke Joe Theismann's leg on "Monday Night Football"
    $400 22
One of the earliest Arab kingdoms was Saba, which may be identical with this one mentioned in the Bible
    DD: $1,000 10
A memorial named for this fictional woman, symbol of WWII laborers, is at a former shipyard in Richmond, Calif.
    $600 5
This ex-49er QB kindly helped out Ronnie Lott's painful itching in a parody TV ad
    $600 28
Did you or did you not write, in "Man and Superman", "Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it"
    DD: $1,200 13
An uninterrupted series or extent, like the space-time one
    $600 18
He privately published "Lady Chatterley's Lover" in 1928
    $600 23
The Arabs of Arabia look upon themselves as the descendants of this son of Noah
    $800 11
The fisherman's memorial seen here is in this Massachusetts city
    $800 6
Drew Carey knows Hall of Fame pitcher Grover Alexander's middle name is this
    $800 29
So you, a humble Baltimore writer, called Puritanism "The haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy"
    $800 14
A Mideastern marketplace, or a charity sale
    $800 19
In "Romeo & Juliet", he marries Romeo & Juliet
    $800 24
Once divided into a North & South, it's the second-largest nation on the peninsula
    $1000 12
Part of the new national memorial, in this state capital, is seen here
    $1000 7
Geographic nickname of boxer Joe Walcott, shown what exit to take when he was KO'd in '52 by Rocky Marciano
    $1000 30
You said of your shared office with Dorothy Parker, "One cubic foot less and it would have constituted adultery"
    $1000 15
In 79 A.D. this city could have used the Imperial Emergency Management Agency
    $1000 20
This beat poet penned "A Coney Island of the Mind"
    $1000 25
By population, it's the largest city on the Arabian Peninsula

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sharon Ulhas Pamela
$4,100 $6,400 $3,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC & THE MOVIES
(Alex: Been to the movies in the last decade?)
The soundtrack of this 1992 film is the bestselling movie soundtrack of the 1990s

Final scores:

Sharon Ulhas Pamela
$100 $4,599 $0
2nd place: Trip to Rasa Ria Resort, Borneo New champion: $4,599 3rd place: Trip to Roosevelt Hotel, New York City

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sharon Ulhas Pamela
$4,100 $7,400 $4,700
9 R,
1 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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