Show #3968 - Wednesday, November 28, 2001

(Cheryl: This is Cheryl from the Jeopardy! Clue Crew, and we're at Sea World, where the entertainers get paid in fish. Anyone got change for a fin?)

Contestants

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Trish Miller, an administrative assistant from Boston, Massachusetts

Susan Rathke, a residential caregiver from Madison, Wisconsin

Rebekah Lacey, an environmental scientist from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $20,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. SKYLINE TOURS
FUN WITH COLORS
4-LETTER ORGANIZATIONS
"OW"
YOU HIT ME IN THE FACE!
IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE?
    $200 16
Many of the hills in this city were leveled in the early 1900s because it was feared they would hinder expansion
    $200 1
Dennis Franz has won several Emmys for playing detective Andy Sipowicz on this TV drama
    $200 21
A civil rights group founded in 1942, or where an apple's seeds are
    $200 11
It's the Biblical structure that wasn't completed due to language problems
    $200 6
Beverly Hills cop Paul Kramer got a real slap in the face when she said no thanks, dahling, to a 1989 ticket
    $200 26
D.V.M.
    $400 17
This city houses the nation's first city-owned opera house
    $400 2
2-word phrase for a region whose definitions & categories become unclear
    $400 22
Its original force of 275 dealt with bad men selling liquor to the Canadian natives
    $400 12
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew is at Sea World in San Diego.) A muscular flap covers this, & is closed to provide a watertight seal when the dolphin is relaxed
    $400 7
"She's my sister (slap); my daughter (slap)"; forget it, Jake, it's this 1974 film
    $400 27
Ed.D.
    $600 18
This city has served as a federal & as a state capital
    $600 3
Coach Scotty Bowman led this team to the NHL's Stanley Cup series 3 times in the 1990s, winning the title twice
    $600 23
Not to be confused with OPEC, APEC stands for Asia-Pacific this type of Cooperation
    $600 13
Boog, Colin or Bud
    $600 8
Love-struck in "Moonstruck", she struck Nicolas Cage to get him to "Snap out of it!"
    $600 28
Th.D.
    $800 19
The first steel-framework skyscraper was built in this city
    $800 4
Jimi Hendrix sang that this "is all in my brain, lately things just don't seem the same"
    $800 24
The ICSW, an anti-poverty, pro-food group, is the International Council on Social this
    $800 14
Meteorological phenomenon that precedes trout & bridge
    DD: $1,000 9
In a battle between this talk show host's nose & a chair, he got a "20/20" view of his nose being broken
    $800 29
D.B.A.
    $1000 20
This Southern capital owes its location to a railroad, rather than a river
    $1000 5
Now illegal, this "contract" stipulates that a worker will not join a union during his course of employment
    $1000 25
The AAGC is the American Academy certifying these "counselors" who pop up when tragedy strikes
    $1000 15
It's a comparitively short-barreled cannon used to reach a target behind cover
    $1000 10
In a 1994 boxing match, Danny Bonaduce bloodied this "Puppy Love" singer's nose & won a decision
    $1000 30
D.D.

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Rebekah Susan Trish
$1,200 $5,600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rebekah Susan Trish
$1,200 $7,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
'70s SONGS
(Alex: Alright, good stuff!)
QUEEN ME
FOODSPEAK
MY GOD
(Alex: We name the god or gods, you have to give us the religion in this category.)
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 11
Jack Stanton, the governor of a Southern state, was a leading character in this 1996 roman a clef by "Anonymous"
    $400 5
In 1978 we were dancing to this group's "Macho Man" & "Y.M.C.A."
    $400 26
In the Bible's first book of Kings, this queen calls on King Solomon
    $400 21
In 1985 a Seattle company began selling these luscious cinnamon rolls, mostly through mall outlets
    $400 16
Adonai,
Ha-Shem
    $400 1
Classic Beatles song that "leads to your door", especially when there's a dead animal in the street
    $800 12
This author's 7 Glass children, including Franny & Zooey, were on the radio quiz show "It's a Wise Child"
    $800 6
In 1979 Chic had a No. 1 hit with this song, also the name of a popular sitcom of the time
    $800 27
It's the 4-word "royal" title of the TV character seen here played by Gena Lee Nolin
    $800 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is attempting to eat a sandwich.) The type of sandwich which I'm attempting to eat is named for this comic strip character
    $800 17
Shiva,
Vishnu
    $800 2
A judge like Stephen Breyer or David Souter fights crime in this group with Superman & Wonder Woman
    $1200 13
In a 1972 book, Hunter S. Thompson sent Raoul Duke & Dr. Gonzo to this city to cover the Mint 400 race
    DD: $1,000 7
(Hi, I'm KC of KC and the Sunshine Band.) Originally a sexier song, this 1975 hit had to be toned down, uh-huh, uh-huh
    $1200 28
She followed William IV as the monarch of Great Britain
    $1200 23
During World War I this fast food favorite was renamed a "Liberty Sandwich"
    $1200 18
Ling-Pao,
Lao-Tzu,
Lao-Chun
    $1200 3
Classic Dickens book in which Scrooge's mom to Marcia, Jan, Cindy, Greg, Peter & Bobby
    DD: $1,000 14
He's the Winston Groom title character who had an IQ near 70
    $1600 9
In a 1972 hit Neil Young was "A Miner for" this
    $1600 29
Busted, she's the prominent Egyptian queen seen here
    $1600 24
The small curd type of this product that describes some "thighs" has about 220 calories per cup
    $1600 19
Aizen-Myo-o,
Mahabrama,
Yama
    $1600 4
It's "Just the facts, ma'am", that this "Dragnet" cop is an "unlucky" 1980 horror film
    $2000 15
The politics in Prague turn Tomas from medicine to washing windows in this conundrum from Kundera
    $2000 10
In 1977 Waylon Jennings sang about going to this Texas town "with Waylon & Willie & the boys"
    $2000 30
The woeful queen of Troy, she became Odysseus' slave following the Trojan War
    $2000 25
Creme brulee is literally French for this type of "cream"
    $2000 20
Ahura Mazda
    $2000 8
Alex Comfort's romantic how-to guide for Johnny Rotten & Sid Vicious' band

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rebekah Susan Trish
$11,200 $15,400 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACTRESSES
In 1999 Liz Smith quoted her as saying, "I look at the Empire State Building and I feel like it belongs to me"

Final scores:

Rebekah Susan Trish
$6,200 $23,400 $15,000
3rd place: Trip to Grand Summit Ski Resort, New Hampshire New champion: $23,400 2nd place: Trip to Madrid, Spain

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rebekah Susan Trish
$12,000 $15,200 $8,000
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $35,200

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