Show #3830 - Friday, April 6, 2001

Ryan Moore game 3.

Contestants

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Ross Hooper, a law clerk from New York City, New York

Brad Savage, a law student originally from Columbus, Ohio

Ryan Moore, a dot-com start-up partner from Venice, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE LAST HALF OF THE 20th CENTURY
WORLD OF ANIMATION
IT'S A MYSTERY
LET'S PLAY CHICKEN
SO YOU WANT TO JOIN THE LAPD
WHAT ARE YOU ON?
    $100 1
On October 26, 1972 this future U.S. Secretary of State declared that "Peace is at hand" in Vietnam
    $100 7
German Lotte Reiniger pioneered animation using these dark cutouts on a light background
    $100 12
"Spider's Web" in 2000 was the third adaptation of one of her plays into a novel
    $100 16
This canned tuna company has been using a mermaid on its logo since 1952
    $100 23
To join the LAPD you must be younger than 35, but at least this age at the time of hire
    $100 6
A doctor who may be summoned at any time, especially by phone
    $200 2
In 1990 Guillermo Endara became Panama's president after this strongman surrendered to U.S. officials
    $200 13
The first British feature-length cartoon was a 1955 version of this beastly Orwell novel
    $200 14
Under the name Maxwell Grant, Walter B. Gibson created this hero who could cloud men's minds
    $200 17
This fast food chain told us to "Save the Chickens...Eat a Whopper"
    $200 27
During the physical abilities test, this must be maintained for 30 seconds while standing on a platform
    $200 8
Engulfed in flames
    $300 3
On March 1, 1954 5 Congressmen were wounded by supporters of independence for this commonwealth
    $300 20
A very late rabbit is featured in Czech master Jan Svankmajer's 1988 version of the story of this girl
    $300 15
Day job of the mystery-solving character Roger Dowling
    $300 24
The unofficial theme song of this Warner Brothers blabberbeak is "Camptown Races"
...doo dah
    $300 28
Of weight, height or hearing requirements, the one dropped by the LAPD as of March 1997
    $300 9
Getting British unemployment benefits begun in 1911
    $400 4
In 1961 military leaders killed this Caribbean nation's dictator Rafael Trujillo
    $400 21
Like George Pal's "Toons", director Ladislas Starevich was best known for animation using these 3-D figures
    DD: $700 18
FDR & Isaac Asimov were among members of the BSI, this group of Sherlock Holmes fans
    $400 25
It's often performed at wedding receptions
    $400 10
Like woman Penelope Cruz in a 2000 film title
    $500 5
In the 1980s Bulgaria ordered this ethnic minority from a neighbor to the southeast to take Slavic names
    $500 22
In the 1950s the Zagreb School in this country gained notice for its unDisneyfied style
    $500 19
In 1972 Faye Marder married this man; in 1985 they each put out their first mystery novels
    $500 26
Created by Jay Ward & Bill Scott, his secret identity was Henry Cabot Henhaus III
    $500 11
Acting as judge in a trial or not picked to participate in your team's baseball game

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

Ryan Brad Ross
$1,100 -$600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Brad Ross
$1,000 -$400 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS LEADERS
DEM BONES
TV COMMERCIALS
TOPS OF THE WORLD, MA!
(Alex: We'll give you the highest point, you identify the country)
MESSAGE CENTER
CIRCUS TALK
    $200 3
He's the late religious leader & political figure seen here
    $200 12
You can toss a ball with a flick of this because the carpal bones articulate with the radius & ulna
    $200 1
In an ad for these khakis, a couple chases a mouse & ends up keeping it as a pet
    $200 8
Mount McKinley
    $200 28
The homing type of these carried Olympic news in ancient times & U.S. Army messages in the 20th century
    $200 21
Circus folk call this animal a "convict" (no offense; just think of its appearance)
    $400 4
Founder of her own AnGeL Ministries, Anne Lotz is the daughter of this famous evangelist & his wife Ruth
    $400 17
A bone called the vomer makes up much of this dividing wall in your nose
    $400 2
Claymation California raisins danced to this Marvin Gaye hit
    $400 9
Mont Blanc
    $400 22
This 4-letter name is circus slang for a "clown"; it's also the role Matt LeBlanc plays on "Friends"
    $600 5
In 1564 this Scottish Reformation leader teed off Mary Queen of Scots by marrying a relative of hers
    $600 18
From the Latin for "to chew", it's the technical name for the bone seen here
    $600 11
In the '80s a sleazy salesman named Joe boasted that this car make had "more seats than the Astrodome"
    $600 10
Mount Olympus
    $600 23
To toot up means to get the crowd's attention with this object heard here
    DD: $600 6
In his "day", the early 1900s, this baseball player turned preacher is estimated to have converted 300,000 people
    $800 19
Moving up the spine, you have 5 lumbar vertebrae, 12 thoracic vertebrae & 7 of these in the neck
    DD: $1,000 13
A peanut-butter-eating Alexander Hamilton buff can't articulate the name of this VP since he hasn't "got milk"
    $800 15
Blue Mountain Peak, mon
    $800 26
The Voyager crafts carried messages from Jimmy Carter & this U.N. Secretary-General
    $800 27
A fight on a circus lot is called one of these, also the name of Red Skelton's Kadiddlehopper
    $1000 7
The beginnings of this religious group came around 1647 with the preaching of George Fox of England
    $1000 20
Medical term for the growth & renewal of bone; more generally, it means becoming hardened & unchanging
    $1000 14
John Moschitta Jr.'s motormouth spiel for this company was No. 2 on Entertainment Weekly's 50 Best Commercials List
    $1000 16
Mount Meron
    $1000 24
In 1898 Lt. Andrew Rowan made it through a Spanish blockade to get "a message to" this Cuban general
    $1000 25
This word for the attention-getting talk used to lure customers inside became a synonym for exaggerated publicity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Brad Ross
$5,400 $1,800 -$200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY ENTERTAINMENT
Truffaut's "The 400 Blows" & the Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer" were both part of movements named this

Final scores:

Ryan Brad Ross
$3,600 $0 -$200
3-day champion: $23,800 2nd place: Costa Caribbean Cruise 3rd place: Epson Prize Package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ryan Brad Ross
$6,300 $1,600 -$200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $7,700

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