Show #3828 - Wednesday, April 4, 2001

Ryan Moore game 1.

Contestants

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Ryan Moore, a dot-com start-up partner from Venice, California

Steve Gelder, a stand-up comedian from Raleigh, North Carolina

Jessica Raine, a graduate student from Brookline, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN GEOGRAPHY
ANNUAL EVENTS
DUETS
WORD SMITHS
WHATSITS, DOOHICKEYS, THINGAMABOBS
"PIN" ME
    $100 5
The Hungarians call this "Beautiful Blue" river the Duna
    $100 21
Pearl Harbor Day is observed on this date
    $100 1
He was Michael Jackson's duet partner on "Say, Say, Say" & Stevie Wonder's on "Ebony and Ivory"
    $100 10
"The Frugal Gourmet Cooks With Wine" is a book by this chef
    $100 14
A tailor's term, it's also the spiral part of a screw
    $100 26
Disney brought this character to life on the big screen in 1940
    $200 7
Strictly speaking, the name of this volcano in southern Italy refers only to a crater inside Monte Somma
    $200 22
Pardeeville, Wisconsin hosts a yearly competition for the eating & seed-spitting of this fruit
    $200 2
In 1994 he charted a new version of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart", this time with RuPaul
    $200 11
This gossip columnist gives the scoop on herself in the 2000 autobiography "Natural Blonde"
    $200 15
Also a body part, in plumbing it's the fitting used to connect the joints of 2 pipes that meet at an angle
    $200 27
The name of this rum cocktail is Spanish for "strained pineapple"
    $300 8
Until 1940, Lake Ladoga, the largest entirely within Europe, was shared by Russia & this country to the west
    $300 23
In May at the Calaveras County Fair in Calif., more than 3,000 of these critters take part in a jumping jubilee
    DD: $500 3
(Hi, I'm Randy Travis, here at the Hollywood Bowl.) On my 1990 "Heroes & Friends" album, this legend joined me in singing...
"Happy Trails to You"
    $300 13
His translation of "The Book of Mormon" was published in 1830
    $300 16
To set up one of these in the Northern Hemisphere, point the gnomon on its face to the North Pole
    $300 28
After deposing president Salvador Allende, he served as the dictator of Chile
    $400 9
Germany's tallest peak, Zugspitze, lies in these Alps
    $400 24
These relatives have their own special day, the first Sunday in September after Labor Day
    $400 4
It might ring a "Belle" that Celine Dion & Peabo Bryson had a 1992 hit with this movie theme
    $400 19
"White Teeth", a 2000 bestseller by this woman, isn't a dental handbook, but a novel about 2 London families
    $400 17
A key is inserted into this part of a lock that contains the pins, springs & plug
    $400 29
Cio-Cio-San's marriage to this character ends badly in "Madam Butterfly"
    $500 12
This Estonian capital was founded by Danish forces who occupied the area in 1219
    $500 25
This middle leg of the Triple Crown in horse racing is run the third Saturday in May
    $500 6
This singer featured on "Ally McBeal" duetted with Dan Hill on 1987's "Can't We Try"
    $500 20
In a 1776 work, he inquired into laissez-faire economics
    $500 18
It's a trough used by "carriers" for carrying bricks
    $500 30
In the portrait of Teddy Roosevelt seen here, it's the accessory that fits the category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jessica Steve Ryan
$400 $100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Steve Ryan
$1,800 $1,300 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
FEATURE FILM DEBUTS
NOTORIOUS FACES
HEADQUARTER CITIES
WHERE THERE'S A WILL
THERE'S A "WAY"
    $200 26
Silver iodide & silver bromide are sensitive to this, hence their use in photography
    $200 20
Megan Mullally of "Will & Grace" debuted as a call girl in this 1983 Tom Cruise classic
    $200 1
She's the accused murderer from Fall River seen here:
    $200 7
Dow Jones & Company
    $200 6
A line in his will that forbade tampering with his work foiled Ted Turner's attempt to colorize his "Citizen Kane"
    $200 12
Collectively, brothers Keenen, Damon, Shawn & Marlon
    $400 27
Term for the edible endospermic seeds of an ear of corn
    $400 21
Before he saw dead people in "The Sixth Sense", Haley Joel Osment played the son of this Tom Hanks title character
    $400 2
His execution in the 1970s opened the doors to many more:
    $400 17
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing
    $400 8
A will naming Melvin Dummar as beneficiary of 1/16 of this reclusive billionaire's estate was found to be a fraud
    $400 13
7-letter word for one who turns away from what's right or proper; a son can be described this way
    $600 28
Sore, stiff joints are one symptom of this condition suffered by sailors off the C, vitamin C
    $600 22
The 1971 biker epic "Angels Hard as They Come" introduced this actor who later played Buddy Holly
    $600 3
"Motherly" 1930s criminal seen here:
    DD: $200 18
Aetna U.S. Healthcare
    DD: $500 9
In 1933 this president left a will consisting of a single sentence, leaving everything to his wife
    $600 14
The 18th century's "Mad Anthony" or the 20th century's "Duke"
    $800 29
Though his work was "uncertain", he won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1932, just on "principle"
    $800 23
She made her big-screen debut as one of Cher's daughters in "Mermaids"; we think of her every "Wednesday"
    $800 4
Hitchcock's "Rope" was based on a 1924 murder committed by these two, seen here:
    $800 19
Aluminum Company of America
    $800 10
This "All That Jazz" director left $25,000 so friends could buy a dinner on him -- must've been some meal
    $800 15
People who travel by foot, or a type of eyewear
    $1000 30
The element named for him wasn't one of the ones he left a gap for in the periodic table; it came in at 101
    $1000 24
Helena Bonham Carter lost her head over her first film role, as this nine-day queen of England
    $1000 5
This long-time international fugitive "animal" was captured in 1994:
    $1000 25
Eastman Kodak Company
    $1000 11
This ex-Playboy playmate won round 1 (& $449 million) contesting her late 90-year-old husband's will
    $1000 16
Bill Archer was the chairman of this committee in the House of Representatives

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jessica Steve Ryan
$4,900 $5,900 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PEOPLE
A copper statue of this hero of the 1960s welcomes visitors to Star City near Moscow

Final scores:

Jessica Steve Ryan
$3,700 $1,999 $9,800
2nd place: a Caribbean cruise on Carnival Cruise Lines 3rd place: a Novica.com shopping spree New champion: $9,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jessica Steve Ryan
$6,300 $5,900 $4,900
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
2 W
14 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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