Show #3871 - Monday, June 4, 2001

Jason Block game 1.

Contestants

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Susan Canavello, an attorney from New Orleans, Louisiana

Jason Block, an Internet researcher from Brooklyn, New York

Katie Sunseri, a teacher of the visually impaired from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 3-day cash winnings total $32,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE FATHER OF HIS COUNTRY
NO LONGER AN OLYMPIC SPORT
LET'S GET GRAPHIC
THAT'S MISTER TO YOU
WHAT A TOOL
YOU COULD PUT OUT AN "I"
    $100 6
On Sept. 17, 1787 George Washington & James Madison became the only presidents to sign this document
    $100 24
One of the first contests open to women was this discontinued lawn game that uses a mallet
    $100 16
It's a prototype layout of a graphic work, or one of the positions in bridge
    $100 1
In 1916 a Virginia schoolgirl won $5 in a contest for drawing what became this Planters trademark
    $100 19
Dead blow,
soft face,
claw,
ball peen
    $100 9
A massive floating body broken away from a glacier
    $200 7
Washington's first cabinet appointments were Randolph, Knox, Jefferson & this treasury secretary
    $200 25
1936 was the last year this team sport on horseback was included
    $200 17
During papermaking a dandy roll presses these into the paper & you can see them by holding the paper up to a light
    $200 2
Seen here, he makes bathtime fun:
    $200 20
Bent nose,
duckbill,
channel lock,
needle nose
    $200 10
An erroneous perception of reality, perhaps a "grand" one
    $300 8
Washington received his surveyor's commission from this Virginia college in 1749
    DD: $1,700 26
Last won by Great Britain in 1920, this team sport required moving the opposing team 6 feet forward
    $300 18
This is not all good; in fact, it's colored aluminum:
[video clue]
    $300 3
Pity the fool who doesn't know that he played Clubber Lang in "Rocky III"
    $300 21
Dovetail,
dry wall,
pull,
hack
    $300 11
One who engages in deception under an assumed name or identity
    $400 14
Despite his wealth, Washington had to borrow 600 pounds to get to this city for his inauguration
    $400 29
Early gymnastic events included club swinging & the speed climbing of one of these
    $400 27
Kerning is the adjustment of the spaces between these; ours, as you can see, is just perfect
    $400 4
"From Rags to Bitches" is the autobiography of this man known for his worst-dressed lists
    $400 22
Drum,
corner,
random orbit,
belt
    $400 12
The inward collapse of a building that is being demolished
    $500 15
When Washington crossed the Delaware to attack British forces, it was to reach this New Jersey city
    $500 30
Surprisingly, this internationally popular sport similar to football hasn't been played in the Olympics since 1924
    $500 28
Logo is short for this
    $500 5
Counting Crows made their name with this song
    $500 23
Bench,
block,
shaping,
smooth
    $500 13
To sacrifice, especially by fire

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

Katie Jason Susan
$800 $2,500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Jason Susan
$300 $3,900 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE COUNTRY OF HIS FATHER
(Alex: We'll give you the name of a famous American, you tell me where his father was from.)
WORLD LITERATURE
WOMEN
THE SILVER SCREEN
BIBLICAL PEOPLE
FROM "C" TO SHINING "C"
(Alex: A correct response in each clue will begin and end with the letter "C".)
    $200 26
Filmmaker Frank Capra
    $200 21
It consists of a story-telling contest to pass the time on a trip to the shrine of St. Thomas A Becket
    $200 8
In 1982 her workout video was the bestselling video to that date
    $200 1
This Jim Carrey film & "Mission: Impossible 2" were the only 2 films to top $200 million at the box office in 2000
    $200 3
Once Moses' aide, he led the Israelites into the promised land
    $200 12
This word for stylish or elegant can describe an outfit or a restaurant
    $400 22
Don Quixote gave this name to Aldonza Lorenzo, a peasant girl who was his ideal lady
    $400 9
Tennis star Anna Kournikova did ads for this product with the slogan "Only The Ball Should Bounce"
    $400 2
Those who had cameos in 1984's "Gremlins" include Steven Spielberg, animator Chuck Jones & this 1950s movie robot
    $400 4
This man was imprisoned after denouncing Herod Antipas for marrying Herodias, his brother's wife
    $400 13
In addition to co-anchoring "Today", she's also a contributing anchor for "Dateline NBC"
    $600 29
Actor Andy Garcia
    DD: $1,500 23
This 1532 work is dedicated to Lorenzo the Magnificent, son of Piero de Medici
    $600 18
The association for this sport played by women in schools & colleges was founded in 1922
    $600 10
"Shadow of the Vampire" starring Willem Dafoe as actor Max Schreck was inspired by this 1922 German film
    $600 5
The Philistines made sport of him "and they set him between the pillars"
    $600 14
You probably avoid elevators if you're this type of person who fears being in a closed place
    $800 27
Writer Carl Sandburg
    $800 24
In "1984" Winston Smith works for the Ministry of this
    $800 19
"Mother And Child" was a constant theme in the art of this American woman in 1890s Paris
    $800 11
The trial of Esmeralda in the silent "Hunchback of Notre Dame" was directed by this star & makeup genius
    $800 6
When David said, "How the mighty have fallen!", he was referring to the deaths of this king & his son Jonathan
    DD: $1,500 16
This geologic "era" is sometimes called the age of mammals
    $1000 28
Politician Ralph Nader
    $1000 25
14 of the books in the "Odyssey" are set on this rocky homeland of Odysseus
    $1000 20
This dancer, once the mistress of Bavaria's Ludwig I, died in obscurity in 1861
    $1000 15
For this 1983 film, Horton Foote won an Oscar for his screenplay & Robert Duvall won for his performance
    $1000 7
Hagar was this woman's maidservant
    $1000 17
He was twice prime minister of France before he was elected president in 1995

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Jason Susan
$1,500 $6,000 $1,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. MILITARY MATTERS
In 1933 what was known as the Militia Bureau was officially renamed this

Final scores:

Katie Jason Susan
$1,500 $4,000 $0
2nd place: Trip to Club Med, Mexico New champion: $4,000 3rd place: DirecTV Satellite Package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Katie Jason Susan
$1,500 $5,300 $4,800
6 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
24 R,
8 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $11,600

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