Show #3870 - Friday, June 1, 2001

Contestants

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Michael Delgado, a graduate student from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Isabelle Cullinen, a restaurant and tour consultant from New York City, New York

Katie Sunseri, a teacher of the visually impaired from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT ORIGINS
WHITE WINE
FIRST MAN IN SPACE FROM...
TV OR NOT TV
(Alex: We want you to identify the title that was not a network series.)
WHALE OF FORTUNE
(Alex: Vanna hasn't gained that much weight, has she?)
"GEO" PARTY!
(Alex: Audience, oh be quiet!)
    $100 14
2 guys in what is now this country were the oom-papas of the tuba, patenting it in 1835
    $100 3
A dry martini is made with dry gin & the dry type of this fortified white wine
    $100 26
Vladimir Gurragcha was the first in outer space from this "outer" area
    $100 1
"My Four Daughters",
"My Three Sons",
"My Two Dads"
    $100 15
Baleen whales strain food like plankton from the water because they don't have these
    $100 9
Type of math comparing lines & angles that the writer of this clue nearly failed in high school
    $200 20
This ancient Oriental instrument was put to good use in 1976 by Chuck Barris
    $200 6
This grape whose name is synonymous with white wine is the most planted varietal in California
    $200 27
Marc Garneau headed south from this country to head up from Cape Canaveral in 1984
    $200 2
"My Mother The Car",
"His Gal Shirley",
"Your Show Of Shows"
    $200 16
Of the 5 senses, the one that whales do not possess
    $200 10
It's "Just an old sweet song" that keeps this on Ray Charles' mind
    $300 21
Last name of the man who invented the instrument seen here:
    $300 7
In the names of white wine grapes, this word precedes blanc & grigio
    $300 28
In 1980 Arnaldo Tamayo-Mendez' route out of this country was very different than Elian Gonzalez'
    $300 4
"The Rat Patrol",
"Horse Squad",
"Duckman"
    $300 17
Experts can identify whales by the height & shape of this, the cloud produced when a whale exhales
    $300 11
"Hippy Dippy" comic who offered, "If you can't beat them, arrange to have them beaten"
    $400 22
The history of this brass instrument "slides" back to the 15th century sackbut
    $400 24
A specific dry white wine originated in & was named for this French town in the Yonne Department
    DD: $500 29
In 1978 men from this country took residence in the Vatican & the Salyut 6 space station
    $400 5
"Men Into Space",
"Men Behaving Badly",
"Men Of La Mancha"
    $400 18
Scientists classify these mammals as whales, but don't count on seeing the NFL "Miami Whales" anytime soon
    $400 12
Known for its photographs & maps, this magazine was founded in 1888
    $500 23
Last name of the man seen here; his invention, introduced in 1964, changed the music industry:
    $500 25
This man who coined the term "fume blanc" has a Napa Valley winery named for him
    $500 8
"Make 'Em Pay",
"Make Me Laugh",
"Make The Grade"
    $500 19
Shamu can look forward to AARP newsletters because the life span of orcas, or this whale type, can be 60 years
    $500 13
Mr. Rush of "Quills", or Mr. Giraffe of Toys "R" Us

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

Katie Isabelle Michael
$2,700 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Isabelle Michael
$4,100 $300 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TOUGH ISLANDS
TONY WINNERS OF THE '40s
PEOPLE IN HISTORY
PACKAGING
CHARACTER REFERENCE
ISLAMIC CLUES "K"
    $200 1
Pelican Island, a wildlife refuge, is off the coast of this "Sunshine State", not Louisiana
    $200 2
Arthur Kennedy won for this play in 1949, like Brian Dennehy in another role 50 years later
    $200 4
In 1922 Charles Granville Bruce led the second attempt to climb this mountain, reaching a height of 27,300 feet
    $200 20
One of these often comes attached to an individual kids' juice box
    $200 11
Peter Quint is a ghost in "The Turn of the Screw" & Quint is an Amity Island fisherman in this 1974 novel
    $200 22
In Arabic this book is literally "The Reading"
    $400 17
The westernmost point of this Portuguese island group is only about 1,200 miles from Newfoundland
    $400 3
Jose Ferrer didn't win by a nose with this role in 1947, he tied with Fredric March
    $400 5
One of the most powerful Queen Mothers ever, this Medici was the mother of the last 3 Valois kings of France
    $400 21
In this process, a clear film is wound around an object, then heated to tighten it
    $400 12
Beatty is the captain of the firemen in this futuristic novel that's been inflaming readers since June 1953
    $400 23
It's the Muslim term for "fate" or "destiny"
    $600 18
In this Pacific kingdom's constitution, males 16 or older are guaranteed a plot of land for farming
    $600 8
For her role in "Happy Birthday", this first lady of the American theater picked up a Tony in the award's first year
    $600 6
This Borgia, seen here, looks far more innocent than all those nasty rumors would imply
    $600 24
Pill bottles with push-down caps are child-resistant; sealed ones mandated in 1982 are this-resistant
    DD: $1,500 13
He created William Budd, a sailor on the Indomitable
    $600 27
The majority of the 2 million people in this nation on the Arabian coast are Sunni Muslims
    $800 19
At 16,500 feet Puncak Jaya on this "new" island is the world's higest island peak
    $800 9
Henry Fonda was so shipshape in this best play in 1948 that he won Best Actor
    $800 7
"Democracy And Social Ethics" is a 1902 book by this founder of Hull House
    $800 25
Plastic encasing a product against a cardboard sheet is called bubble pack or this more painful name
    $800 14
John Grimes is a Harlem youth who has a tough time finding his black identity in this James Baldwin work
    $1000 10
Agnes de Mille won in 1947 for choreographing this musical & maybe in 100 years she'll win again for it
    $1000 16
This Belgian-born empress of Mexico outlived her husband Maximilian by 60 years, dying in 1927
    $1000 26
This company's slick new Uneeda Biscuit package of 1899 was a milestone in food marketing
    $1000 15
Vera Chipmunk-5 Zappa & Wilbur Swain are friends in his "Slapstick"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Isabelle Michael
$7,900 $3,700 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS
In the 5 major U.S. pro team sports, it's the only team bearing the name of an insect

Final scores:

Katie Isabelle Michael
$9,801 $4,300 $8,051
3-day champion: $32,001 3rd place: Novica.com Shopping Spree 2nd place: Trip to Florida's Space Coast

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Katie Isabelle Michael
$7,900 $3,700 $3,900
21 R,
1 W
10 R,
2 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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