Show #3824 - Thursday, March 29, 2001

Bob Fleenor game 2.

Contestants

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Nancy Goldstone, an academic specialist from Brookline, Massachusetts

Paul Kalomiris, a legislative director from Germantown, Maryland

Bob Fleenor, a newspaper copy editor from Martinsburg, West Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

LESSER-KNOWN BIBLICAL FOLK
ON THE $1 BILL
(Alex: No, you can't pull one out right now!)
ALBUMS
JOHN GRISHAM'S LAW BOOKS
"OR"
COKE'S NON-SECRET INGREDIENTS
    $100 26
Achan went against Joshua's order not to take any spoils from this dis-walled city
    $100 1
The seal of this government cabinet department is featured on the front
    $100 6
His 1973 album "Aloha From Hawaii Via Satellite" was from a televised concert said to have reached 1 billion people
    $100 11
Type of document concerned with pelicans
    $100 12
In a holiday rhyme this precedes "Give me something good to eat"
    $100 17
The first ingredient listed on the label is this type of water
    $200 27
Sisere commanded a fleet of 900 of these vehicles
    $200 2
Total number of signatures that appear on the bill
    $200 7
The Beatles sang "Come Together" on this, their last album recorded together, though not the last released
    $200 22
Specifically, Bendini, Lambert & Locke
    $200 13
To Hamlet, this "Is the question"
    $200 18
Regular Coke may contain this, also called fruit sugar
    $300 28
Haggith was one of his wives, but she was no Bathsheba
    $300 3
The Roman numerals at the base of the pyramid on the back represent this year
    $300 8
With this 1995 album, Alanis Morissette became the first Canadian woman to top Billboard's album chart
    $300 23
For lawyer Reggie Love, it's young Mark Sway
    $300 14
Phrase associated with the following:
[video clue]
    $300 19
Regular Coke contains the phosphoric type; Diet Coke has citric, too
    $400 29
Hoglah, a daughter of Zelophehad, could sing with Shirley & Keith, as her name means this
    $400 4
This artist's 1796 portrait of George Washington appears on the bill
    DD: $800 9
This Who album's title refers to the double schizophrenia of Jimmy, its protagonist
    $400 24
Group that was "Runaway"
    $400 15
This 3-word question covers your preference for payment & for bags at the grocery store checkout stand
    $400 20
If you don't like this Coke ingredient, there's a brand that's called "free" of it
    $500 30
Doeg the Edomite was a henchman of this man, Israel's first king
    $500 5
As stated on the front, the one-dollar bill is legal tender for these 2 kinds of debts
    $500 10
(Hi, I'm Brian McKnight.) In 1993 I sang on & also co-produced these guys' "Christmas Interpretations" album
    $500 25
Its prequel might be "The Last Will"
    $500 16
Ed Wood starred in this 1953 schlockfest, his debut as a feature film director
    $500 21
What's called this on a Diet Coke label is also marketed as NutraSweet

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bob Paul Nancy
$1,900 $2,400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Paul Nancy
$3,800 $4,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICA AT WAR
TV TITLE ROLES
FAMOUS UKRAINIANS
OPEN THE GATE!
BELOW THE WAIST
ANIMAL WORDS & PHRASES
    $200 6
Like Pillsbury's Poppin' Fresh, an American soldier during WWI was called this
    $200 1
Vampire with a soul David Boreanaz
    $200 26
Ukraine-born composer Prokofiev lost some headlines by dying March 4, 1953, the day before this leader
    $200 11
This business mogul & his future partner Paul Allen met while students at Seattle's Lakeside School
    $200 21
The calcaneal tendon is better known by this well-heeled name
    $200 16
This term for a male horse at stud also refers to a virile man
    $400 7
As a result of this war, America gained the islands of Puerto Rico, Guam & the Philippines
    $400 2
Cranky cop Abe Vigoda
    $400 27
Ukrainian patriot Ivan Mazepa often rode with these fierce steppe-dwelling people
    $400 12
2-word name for a strait, a bridge or a San Francisco university
    $400 22
When warts are on the sole, this is the sole adjective applied
    $400 17
Freed slaves were told they'd get "40 acres and" one of these, so the phrase now signifies an empty promise
    $600 8
The 50th anniv. of this Asian conflict often called "The Forgotten War" was observed nationally July 27, 2000
    $600 3
SFPD special investigator Don Johnson
    $600 28
First name shared by the first 2 presidents of post-USSR Ukraine, Kravchuk & Kuchma
    $600 13
Gateway of India, a landmark in this busiest port, was named because it was the 1st thing seen by visitors to the city
    $600 23
3 to 5 vertebrae fuse to form the tailbone, also called this for its resemblance to a cuckoo's beak
    $600 18
Shakespeare's character named Pistol says the world is his this, "Which I with sword will open"
    DD: $1,500 9
In 1779 John Paul Jones defeated the Serapis but lost this ship, named in honor of Ben Franklin
    $800 4
Orphaned 7-year-old Emmanuel Lewis
    $800 29
Seen here, he was born in Kiev in 1890 & died in London in 1950
    DD: $2,000 14
This unfinished Rodin work depicts scenes from Dante's "Inferno" on 2 bronze doors
    $800 24
You can call this pair of leg bones the pin & pipe; that's what their names mean
    $800 19
Philosophically speaking, "All" of these "are gray in the dark"
    $1000 10
This future president became a hero after defeating Santa Anna during the Mexican War
    $1000 5
Futuristic talking head Matt Frewer
    $1000 30
19th century author of "Dead Souls", "The Nose" & the Danny Kaye inspiration "The Inspector General"
    $1000 15
This Roman god of gates & doors is depicted with 2 faces: one looking to the past & one to the future
    $1000 25
The major pressure point for leg injuries is where this artery crosses the joint between the pelvis & leg
    $1000 20
A type of fish, or a short-on-top, long-in-back hairstyle that was big in the '80s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Paul Nancy
$10,300 $5,000 $1,200
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BORN IN THE 1960s
She was on the April 22, 1974 cover of People magazine, holding an Oscar

Final scores:

Bob Paul Nancy
$10,500 $5,000 $200
2-day champion: $22,900 2nd place: Trip to the Resort at Squaw Creek, Squaw Valley, California 3rd place: Panasonic Mini Digital Camcorder

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Paul Nancy
$11,600 $4,600 $1,200
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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