Show #3872 - Tuesday, June 5, 2001

Jason Block game 2.

Contestants

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Bob Kennelly, an executive from Marlborough, New Hampshire

Kathy Bubbeo, a freelance editor from East Meadow, New York

Jason Block, an Internet researcher from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRICELINE
AMAZON
REAL AUDIO
I WON
THE ONION
"E" BAY
    $100 18
John Heywood's 16th century book of proverbs mentioned this price "for your thoughts" (What a cheapskate!)
    $100 13
Beginning in Peru, the Amazon flows over 4,000 miles to this ocean
    $100 6
His "Rock & Roll Music" includes "Maybellene" & "Roll Over Beethoven"
    $100 1
One of the few victories the Romans ever won against this Carthaginian general was at Zuma in 202 B.C.
    $100 25
Sulfuric compounds in onions induce these in humans who are slicing them
    $100 8
An upright frame for displaying or supporting an artist's canvas
    $200 19
In the 1960s this famous structure really was "falling down", so Robert McCulloch paid $2,460,000 & moved it to Arizona
    $200 14
Abundant in the Amazon River, this feared fish is also known as a caribe
    $200 7
"People" & "Back To Broadway" are No. 1 albums by this woman
    $200 2
As the Dixiecrat nominee, this South Carolina senator, then governor, won 39 electoral votes in 1948
    $200 26
These small onions often used in cream sauces bear the name of a gem
    $200 9
A crude figure or dummy representing a disliked person
    $300 20
These early movie theatres were so named because they charged only 5 cents admission
    $300 23
The upper Amazon is known as the Solimoes River until it reaches this nation's city of Manaus
    $300 10
Moby's version of "South Side" features Gwen Stefani, the lead singer of this group
    $300 3
The author of "A Beggar In Jerusalem", this concentration camp survivor won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986
    $300 27
"I will not move my army without onions!" once declared this 18th U.S. president
    $300 15
1981 Wimbledon winner seen here:
    $400 21
At a 1996 auction Jimmy Buffett paid $43,700 for a Jamie Wyeth lithograph of this president in a sailboat
    $400 24
A 1542 attack by female warriors against explorers from this country led to the Amazon receiving its name
    $400 11
It's the instrument in the title of the following:
[audio clue]
    DD: $600 4
Pitted against Clarence Darrow, this man won his case on July 21, 1925 & then died 5 days later
    $400 28
This onion relative is a national emblem of Wales
    $400 16
From the Latin for "inlaid design", it's an object or representation that functions as a symbol
    $500 22
Famous price of "Stella Delorme" & many other lurid novels by Ned Buntline
    $500 30
These water boas of the Amazon region can grow to over 200 pounds & over 20 feet
    $500 12
"Summer Nights" helped this soundtrack dominate the No. 1 spot during the summer of 1978
    $500 5
This "hazardous" naval officer won the decisive 1813 Battle of Lake Erie over the British
    $500 29
Grown on the slopes of Haleakala, this Hawaiian island's onions are among the world's tastiest
    $500 17
This nation west of Russia borders the Baltic

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

Jason Kathy Bob
$1,500 $300 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Kathy Bob
$4,300 $700 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS & THEIR WORKS
THE FILM VAULT
DEAR JOHN
AUTHOR! AUTHOR!
GREASY SPOON PHRASE BOOK
FILL 'ER UP?
    $200 15
Graham Sutherland's 1949 portrait of this "Of Human Bondage" author is in the Tate Gallery
    $200 19
Cecil B. De Mille directed 2 versions of this Biblical epic, one in 1923 & one in 1956
    $200 7
He was actress Drew's famous grandfather
    $200 26
"The Book of Daniel",
"Ragtime"
    $200 1
Whether Arabica or robusta, order a cup of this & you'll hear "Draw One!"
    $200 5
"You can trust your car to the man who wears the star", the big, bright one of this station
    $400 16
The Uffizi is home to Nicolas Froment's triptych "The Raising of" this Biblical man
    $400 20
In 1963 Richard Burton played this Roman on the big screen
    $400 11
Though gold was found at his mill in 1848, by 1852 he was bankrupt
    $400 30
"Marjorie Morningstar",
"The Caine Mutiny"
    $400 2
Calling out "BLT, hold the mayo" gets you this kind of sandwich
    $400 6
Esso stood for S.O., which stood for this
    DD: $2,100 17
This artist famed for his mobiles created a miniature circus that's in the Whitney Museum of American Art
    $600 21
This 1955 James Dean classic was advertised with the tagline "Teenage Terror Torn from Today's Headlines"
    $600 12
He & Priscilla Mullens were among the first Pilgrim couples to marry in America
    $600 29
"Amelie",
"Tom Jones"
    $600 3
Order "Adam & Eve on a Raft" & you'll get poached eggs on this
    DD: $1,500 8
Gulf Oil goes back to the famous oil find at Spindletop in this state in 1901
    $800 18
"The Disasters of War" is a grim series of etchings that this Spaniard began in 1810
    $800 22
This Swedish actress made her breakthrough film in 1936, then later came to the U.S. to star in a 1939 English remake
    $800 13
While in prison, this "Pilgrim's Progress" author supported his family by making shoelaces
    $800 28
"Of Love and Shadows",
"The House of the Spirits"
    $800 4
In a greasy spoon these paired seasonings are "Mike & Ike"
    $800 9
East coast brand whose logo is seen here:
    $1000 23
"The Laughing Cavalier", seen here, may be the most famous portrait by this Antwerp-born artist
    $1000 24
Frank Sinatra is "The Man" who fights to break his drug addiction in this screen version of an Algren novel
    $1000 14
In 1821 the remains of this major, who conspired with Benedict Arnold, were moved to Westminster Abbey
    $1000 27
"The House of Mirth",
"Ethan Frome"
    $1000 25
A request for this style of cooked eggs makes the waitress yell out "Wreck 'em!"
    $1000 10
In the '40s this gas company used the slogan "Best in the long run" (Get it? Long run)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Kathy Bob
$8,600 $7,200 $3,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
Show inspired by an article saying about 30% of the people who married in 1965 had kids from a previous marriage

Final scores:

Jason Kathy Bob
$14,401 $10,000 $6,000
2-day champion: $18,401 2nd place: Trip/Viking Cruise down European Rivers 3rd place: Panasonic Mini Digital Camcorder

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Kathy Bob
$8,300 $5,700 $3,300
29 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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