Show #3812 - Tuesday, March 13, 2001

Contestants

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Raj Choudhary, a customer care manager from Houston, Texas

Sean Barry, a writer and stay-at-home dad from Stanford, Connecticut

Siobhan Burke, a college student and tutor from Petaluma, California

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. BODIES OF WATER
WE'RE NO. 1!
FILM FACTS
VISUALIZE THE VEEPS
BEHIND THE ZODIAC
SECOND LETTER "Y"
    $100 12
This state's lakes include Leech & Otter Tail, but no Lake Wobegon
    $100 26
Get up & identify this "Sex Machine"; he's Soul Brother Number 1
    $100 1
In this 1997 film, Jack Dawson's nude sketch of Rose was actually drawn by director James Cameron
    $100 6
James is the real first name of this veep:
    $100 11
When you cast your eyes on this constellation, know that half of it may represent Castor
    $100 16
Connection on the street for the hose
    $200 13
When Midshipmen from Annapolis sit on the dock of the bay, it's usually this one that divides Maryland in two
    $200 27
In 1998 Billy Boat started the Indianapolis 500 from the No. 1 spot, also called this
    $200 2
Jim Hanks doubled for brother Tom in some of the running scenes in this 1994 movie
    $200 7
From a famous family, he was an expert on Latin America
    $200 14
Cancer is the crab that attacked this hero who was battling the Hydra
    $200 19
Cher lumped them with tramps & thieves
    $300 15
This large inlet in Washington state was named for Captain George Vancouver's aide
    $300 28
"The Tower Treasure" is book No. 1 in a series of the adventures of these brothers
    DD: $500 3
In a 2000 film, this woman has a cameo as a waitress named Julia & waited on Julia Roberts, who was playing her
    $300 8
He was twice elected mayor of Minneapolis
    $300 23
This device belongs to Astraea
    $300 20
Each word in this clue has just one
    $400 17
At Three Forks, Montana, the Jefferson, Madison & Gallatin rivers merge to form this lengthy river
    $400 29
On "Star Trek", when Captain Picard calls for Number 1, this officer comes running
    $400 4
This author appears briefly in "The Cider House Rules" as a train stationmaster, but he didn't give himself any lines
    $400 9
He was the son of an American mother & a Greek-born father
    $400 24
This constellation, Chiron, is the "centaur" of attention
    $400 21
It's the only U.S. state whose unabbreviated name fits the category
    $500 18
Lying in the bowl of an extinct volcano in the Cascade Mountains, it's America's deepest lake
    $500 30
Joycelyn Elders was the first African-American to hold this post created in 1870 to direct the Marine Hospital Service
    $500 5
Robert De Niro put on more than 50 pounds to play this boxer
    $500 10
Following 2 years as veep & 6 years as president, this man died in 1933
    $500 25
Europa was carried off by Zeus who was in the shape of this constellation
    $500 22
It's the term for the steel tower that supports high tension wires

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

Siobhan Sean Raj
$900 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Siobhan Sean Raj
$400 $3,500 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE VIETNAM WAR
GRAMMY-WINNING FEMALE SINGERS
FOREIGN FASHION
BLACK & WHITE
"AND" READ
ALL OVER
    $200 2
Dale Buis, the first U.S. officer killed, was in Vietnam as one of what were usually called "military" these
    $200 1
"What's Love Got To Do With It"
(1984)
    $200 26
Before a Swede puts on his skor, these, he puts on his sockor
    $200 21
The black & white stripes on the endangered Grevy's species of this are narrow & closely spaced
    $200 12
In this Tolstoy work, Countess Bezuhov finds herself, like Mary MacGregor, torn between two lovers
    $200 7
On Sept. 10, 2000, after 7,485 performances "Now & Forever" became finite in this Broadway show
    $400 3
Eddie Adams of this news service took the famous photo of a summary execution in Saigon
    $400 13
"I Am Woman"
(1972)
    $400 27
A generous Turk may give you the gomlek, this, off his arka
    $400 22
This black & white carnivore can get you even if you're standing 10 feet behind it
    $400 14
Nursery-rhyme pair who are the title of a book by Louisa May Alcott & a less innocent book by James Patterson
    $400 8
On Sept. 20, 1999 this NHL team played its last game at The Forum, winning 8-1
    $600 4
4-letter nickname of the UH-1 helicopter used to transport troops & evacuate wounded
    $600 18
"Building A Mystery"
(1997)
    $600 28
In the U.S. Army & in a Barry Sadler song, these French accessories are "green"
    $600 23
Founded in 1905, the DCA claims to have written the "official" book of this dog breed
    DD: $1,000 15
Logically, this 1862 Turgenev novel addresses generational conflict
    $600 9
In 1999, after a 35-year run, this soap was all washed up as NBC dropped it for "Passions"
    $800 5
U.S. pilots feared the Soviet-made SAMs, short for these
    $800 19
"I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)"
(1987)
    $800 29
Tell Mrs. Freud her unterrock, this, is showing
    DD: $800 24
Sea World San Diego's encounter for these has about 400 of them in a 25-degree indoor habitat
    $800 16
Title shared by an 1855 Elizabeth Gaskell work & a 1982 John Jakes work
    $800 10
April 1644 is recognized as the last month this dynasty was in power in China
    $1000 6
3-letter name of the old Vietnamese capital that saw fierce fighting in the Tet Offensive
    $1000 20
"Is That All There Is"
(1969)
    $1000 30
An Italian's cintura portadenari is this type of belt
    $1000 25
These spiral-tusked whales are a mottled black & white
    $1000 17
The heroine of this Sean O'Casey play is so named because she was born in June
    $1000 11
His last song collection, "Swan Song", was written in 1828; his "Unfinished Symphony", back in 1822

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Siobhan Sean Raj
$1,600 $6,500 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
Lucio Costa designed this new capital in 1957 to hold 500,000 people; today it has more than 3 times that number

Final scores:

Siobhan Sean Raj
$100 $0 $1,400
2nd place: a trip to Sydney, Australia 3rd place: a Bikeshop.com gift certificate New champion: $1,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Siobhan Sean Raj
$2,400 $6,500 $7,200
8 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
6 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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