Show #3834 - Thursday, April 12, 2001

Larry Cloud game 1.

Contestants

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Janet Crum, a medical librarian from Portland, Oregon

Larry Cloud, a computer consultant from Inglewood, California

Donna Rosen, a housewife from Studio City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN GEOGRAPHY
BON APPE-"T"
MONEY SLANG
AIN'T THAT AMERICA
WHY?
THE BUTLER DID IT
    $100 6
The Qattara Depression, one of Africa's lowest points, lies 300 miles southwest of this country's pyramids
    $100 16
A folded tortilla filled with various ingredients
    $100 1
Cheap way off a rodeo bronco
    $100 11
The Mackinac Bridge joins the upper & lower peninsulas of this U.S. state
    $100 21
These events occur because gas-filled magma is forced to the surface by pressure from solid rock
    $100 26
Ted Cassidy played Bigfoot on "The Six Million Dollar Man" & filled this servant's shoes on "The Addams Family"
    $200 7
Arabs call this Libyan capital Tarabulus
    $200 17
This "steak" is a hot dog
    $200 2
No "Wonder" you're on a "roll" -- you're not a "loaf"er & you're earning a lot of this
    $200 12
This state was named for a man who was a European king from 1643 to 1715
    $200 22
They're "unlucky" because in the Middle Ages they were thought to be the mascots of witches
    $200 27
He must have a great benefit plan; Alfred began his service to this crime fighter way back in 1943
    $300 8
Most of Africa's major rivers, including the Congo & the Niger, flow into this ocean
    $300 18
This root vegetable often has white skin & a purple-tinged top
    $300 3
If you have the itch to start a business "from" it, you'll certainly need some of it
    $300 13
There are more farms in this large southwestern state than in any other
    $300 23
According to Genesis 3:14, because it tricked Eve
    $300 28
Robert Guillaume cleaned up on "Soap" before moving to the governor's mansion on this series
    $400 9
In addition to its bountiful wildlife, this desert is the site of the Orapa diamond mine, one of the world's largest
    $400 19
It's a cross between a pomelo & a tangerine
    $400 4
Bank notes that sing before fa-so-la
    $400 14
This town bearing the name of an old TV game show is the seat of Sierra County, New Mexico
    $400 24
To punish Vronsky for turning cold to her, & to escape from everything
    $400 29
Daniel Davis played Niles the butler on this "Fine" TV comedy that featured the Sheffield family
    DD: $1,500 10
Jebel Musa, a promontory in this mountain range, is one of the Pillars of Hercules
    $500 20
A yellow cheddar from Oregon
    $500 5
2-word phrase for Henny Penny's lunch
    $500 15
On June 17, 1969 this controversial erotic revue opened off-Broadway; oh my!
    $500 25
Because bacteria from carbon dioxide bubbles around which the curd hardens
    $500 30
Giles was the first name of this Sebastian Cabot character on "Family Affair"

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

Donna Larry Janet
$300 $3,700 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Larry Janet
$1,700 $4,800 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
THE MELBOURNE OLYMPICS, 1956
WRITERS CUBED
(Alex: Each correct response has 3 names in it)
BRITISH ROYAL HOUSES
AND I QUOTE
THE "BUTLER" DID IT
    $200 6
In the East Indies certain species of this reptile are called flying dragons because they can glide from tree to tree
    $200 26
As an 8-year-old in 1956, she sang with a group welcoming Queen Elizabeth II; later she sang to open the 2000 games
    $200 11
In 1845 he published "The Raven and Other Poems"; the other poems include "The Conqueror Worm"
    $200 16
Henry VIII
    $200 21
Type of quotations in the title of "Bartlett's"
    $200 1
Film character who said, "You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how"
    $400 7
Newton, Cassegrain, Schmidt & Maksutov all have types of this instrument named for them
    $400 27
Teams were pulling out left & right, some in protest of the Soviet invasion of this country
    $400 12
In 1977 a reconstruction of her "Little House" was put on the original site 13 miles southwest of Independence
    $400 17
George VI
    $400 22
A quote can be taken "out of" this, from the Latin for "to weave together"
    $400 2
A former Dodger outfielder & TV's "Grace Under Fire" both go by this name
    DD: $1,800 8
The flexible neck of this bird of prey allows it to rotate its head an amazing 270 degrees
    $600 28
Like Korea in 2000, this country entered the stadium in 1956 as a "United" team
    $600 13
19th century minister of the Second Church of Boston, known for essays like "Self-Reliance"
    $600 18
Richard I
    $600 23
Kim Walker's character in "Say Anything" has this annoying habit when quoting
    $600 3
This Irish poet who penned "The Winding Stair" shares his middle name with his brother Jack & father John
    $800 9
Change 1 letter in "protest" to get this word for a protozoan & others in its kingdom
    $800 14
Her 2000 novel "Blonde" is, of course, about Marilyn Monroe
    DD: $2,000 19
James I
    $800 24
3-word phrase for a quote meant for attribution, or a quote like "Gretzky's 92 goals are unbeatable!"
    $800 4
In his 1872 novel "Erewhon", poverty is considered a crime
    $1000 10
Sir Humphry Davy named this yellowish-green gas from a Greek word meaning "greenish-yellow"
    $1000 15
"Before I Say Good-Bye" is her 22nd romantic thriller, so it's no mystery -- she's good
    $1000 20
George III
    $1000 25
Publishing term for the type of quote seen here: [Trebek's...made it into record books as host of television's #1-rated quiz show.]
    $1000 5
The mission statement of this school says it's located "In...Indianapolis, one of America's most livable cities"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Donna Larry Janet
$3,500 $13,400 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THEATRE
The 1996 musical "Play On!" gets its title from the first line of this Shakespeare play, on which it is based

Final scores:

Donna Larry Janet
$0 $17,400 $0
2nd place: Trip to Wyndham Morgan Bay Resort, St. Lucia, West Indies New champion: $17,400 3rd place: Casablanca Avio Desktop Video Editor

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Donna Larry Janet
$3,500 $10,000 $3,000
8 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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