Show #3823 - Wednesday, March 28, 2001

Bob Fleenor game 1.

Contestants

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Sally Mouzon, an opera singer from Belmont, California

Bob Fleenor, a newspaper copy editor from Martinsburg, West Virginia

Philip Hain, a marketing manager from Glendale, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BODY HUMAN
MACON WHOOPEE
WHERE WERE YOU IN WORLD WAR II?
DESPERATE MEASURES
MUSIC OF THE '90s
"C" ME
    $100 24
Of 106, 206 or 306, the number of bones an average adult has
    $100 16
Macon's Cannonball House at 856 Mulberry Street was hit by a cannonball during this war
    $100 11
Co-president, then sole president, of the French Committee of National Liberation
    $100 21
It holds 31 to 42 gallons of a liquid -- oil for example
    $100 6
In a 1999 Britney Spears hit, it follows, "When I'm not with you I lose my mind, give me a sign, hit me baby..."
    $100 1
An evil prayer appealing for harm to come to another
    $200 25
One of the main functions of this organ pair is to filter out waste from the blood
    $200 17
Born in Macon, this rock legend had hits like "Good Golly, Miss Molly"
    $200 12
Jailed by the British in Poona, August 1942 to May 1944
    $200 22
There are 43,560 square feet in a standard one of these
    $200 7
In 1991 Michael Bolton scored with this single, a No. 1 hit for Percy Sledge 25 years earlier
    $200 2
A structure for venting gas or smoke
    $300 26
Heartburn has nothing to do with the heart; it's caused by acid from the stomach rising back into this tube
    DD: $500 18
Each March a Macon festival celebrates the blooming of over 100,000 of the Yoshino variety of these trees
    $300 13
Hitler's designated successor, looting Europe for his own art collection
    $300 23
From a Germanic word meaning "ball", it's a large bundle of collected cotton
    $300 8
John Williams received a 1991 Oscar nomination for "When You're Alone" from this Spielberg version of "Peter Pan"
    $300 3
The state of sexual abstinence
    $400 27
By puberty these 2 small growths of lymphoid tissue above the tonsils usually disappear
    $400 19
The African-American museum on Walnut St. bears the name of this female "railroader"
    $400 14
When not slapping soldiers, leading the Third Army across Germany:
[video clue]
    $400 29
There are 192 of these in 12 pounds
    $400 9
In 1997 songwriter Bill Mack & singer LeAnn Rimes won Grammys for this "colorful" song
    $400 4
Thailand & Laos both border this nation
    $500 28
Hardening of these main arteries of the head & neck can lead to a stroke
    $500 20
Order fried green tomatoes at this cafe just north of Macon where "Fried Green Tomatoes" was filmed
    $500 15
Japanese prime minister until his resignation after the U.S. captured Saipan
    $500 30
It's the beverage container seen here that measures up:
[video clue]
    $500 10
In 1990 his sons Gunnar & Matthew topped the charts with "(Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection"
    $500 5
A group of eggs, or a device that transfers power from the engine to the gearbox

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

Philip Bob Sally
$1,200 $2,500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Philip Bob Sally
$1,800 $4,000 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CINEMA
THAT'S MY NICKNAME, DON'T WEAR IT OUT
CLICHES
THE END
OF THE WORLD
AS WE KNOW IT
    $200 1
1 of 4 Olympic medalists who played Tarzan in feature films
    $200 2
Baseball's "Dizzy" pitching phenom of the 1930s
    $200 11
A dedicated athlete is said to "give" this, equal to 55/50
    $200 16
This Shakespearean title character kills Laertes & the king, then dies from poisoning
    $200 26
This U.S. city was the birthplace of Connie Chung, Edward Herrmann & John F. Kennedy, Jr.
    $200 21
A reverse-charge call in Britain is what Americans usually term this
    $400 6
In 1950 this comic pair were "In The Foreign Legion"
    $400 3
This 19th century U.S. president was known as "Old Three Stars"
    $400 12
A child following in parental footsteps often hears that this "never falls far from the tree"
    $400 17
In a 1901 story, Sherlock Holmes solves the death of this gentleman who's been killed by a large dog
    $400 27
Great Britain controls the strategic island of Diego Garcia, found in this third-largest ocean
    $400 22
In 2000 Penn State's faculty senate denounced football fans' "negative cheering", or this activity
    $600 7
In this film Johnny Depp, as journalist Raoul Duke, goes to Las Vegas to report on a motorcycle race
    $600 4
A politician:
"Tail Gunner Joe"
    $600 13
If someone has sold you this list of products, you've been taken
    $600 18
In this book Miss Havisham dies when her wedding dress catches on fire
    $600 28
This river runs through Kazan on its way to the Caspian Sea
    $600 23
Aberican Heritage defides it as a viral infection idflabing bucous bebrades liding upper respiratory passages
    $800 8
Duchess, voiced by Eva Gabor, was the mother of Berlioz, Marie & Toulouse in this Disney film
    $800 5
He was the "Boy Producer" of the movies who married Norma Shearer
    $800 14
In toasty terms, to be keenly aware of one's own interests is to "know" this
    $800 19
Hit by a stray bullet, Paul Baumer dies at the end of this Erich Maria Remarque novel
    $800 29
This Western Hemisphere nation is home to 100 million souls, one-fifth of them in its capital city
    DD: $800 24
Aristotle called this type of drama "The imitation of an action that is serious and...complete in itself"
    $1000 9
[Hi, I'm Vince Neil] My debut single "You're Invited But Your Friend Can't Come", appeared in this 1992 Brendan Fraser-Pauly Shore comedy
    $1000 10
Henry VIII's fourth wife, known as the "Flanders Mare"
    $1000 15
This regretful 5-word sentence is a Thomas Wolfe book title
    $1000 20
This captain & his ship disappear into a maelstrom at the end of a Jules Verne tale
    DD: $1,100 30
1 of the 2 non-European countries closest to Cannes, France
    $1000 25
The name of this Wisconsin city is French for "root"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Philip Bob Sally
$5,800 $6,200 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN AUTHORS
In 1900 he sent the Library of Congress $2.20 to copyright his "The Navy Alphabet" & another, more "Wonderful", book

Final scores:

Philip Bob Sally
$4,800 $12,400 $0
2nd place: Trip to Harvey's Resort Hotel/Casino, Lake Tahoe New champion: $12,400 3rd place: Outdoor Products Travel Gear

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Philip Bob Sally
$5,800 $6,200 $5,900
10 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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