Show #3838 - Wednesday, April 18, 2001

Larry Cloud game 5.

Contestants

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Jesse Lamovsky, a call center representative from Kent, Ohio

Jill Whitehead, a graduate student from Natchitoches, Louisiana

Larry Cloud, a computer consultant from Inglewood, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $52,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

TEENS IN LITERATURE
ILLEGALITIES
GOING IN FOR THE KRILL
HOLLYWOOD
MISC.
STATE OF "GRACE"
    $100 22
Flirtatious 15-year-old Lydia Bennet elopes with Mr. Wickham in this Jane Austen classic
    $100 21
On Jan. 12, 1998 NYC mayor Giuliani announced he'd crack down on these pedestrian miscreants
    $100 1
These creatures also called prawns may feed on krill, their fellow crustaceans
    $100 16
Anyone born with the name William Claude Dukenfield, like this man seen here, can't be all bad
    $100 6
Long before it was newburged or thermidored, it was so plentiful it was a food for the poor
    $100 10
Its address is 3764 Elvis Presley Blvd.
    $200 27
As a teen, this brooding Bronte hero displays "An almost idiotic excess of unsociable moroseness"
    $200 23
Anti-gang laws target this, defined as hanging around or moving too slowly
    $200 2
This krill-eater similar to the octopus has 8 arms & 2 tentacles
    $200 17
Her last film was the 1963 musical "I Could Go On Singing"
    $200 7
Virgil wrote "Latet anguis in herba", "A snake lurks in" this
    $200 11
Before dialing M for Monaco, she was born in Philadelphia on Nov. 12, 1929
    $300 28
Joel Knox is the teenage hero of this "In Cold Blood" author's novel "Other Voices, Other Rooms"
    $300 24
This adjective often found before "exposure" means the exposer knows others can see
    $300 3
A 1910 rhyme called Boston "The Home of the Bean" and this krill-eating fish
    $300 18
Will Rogers said, "Everytime I see him work, it looks to me like a bunch of firecrackers going off all at once"
    $300 8
Of a place in Massachusetts, a tuna salad or 2 glasses pressed together, what Sandwich glass is named for
    $300 12
Proverbially, "There but for" this "go I"
    DD: $1,000 29
Thinking home is no "paradise", Cathy fakes her own death & runs away in this classic Steinbeck novel
    $400 25
From the same root as consecration, this opposite term is sometimes done to flags
    $400 4
Also called whalebone, it's the filter that allows many whales to feed on krill
    $400 19
The man seen here didn't wear an undershirt in this 1934 film, setting a trend for decades
    $400 9
David Clark, Lawrence Heath & Harry B. Reese made their names making these
    $400 13
A co-pilot of the Jefferson Starship
    $500 30
Mick Kelly is a gangly teenager who befriends the mysterious Mr. Singer in this Carson McCullers novel
    $500 26
In 1931 Al Capone got 11 years not for murder or bootlegging but for this
    $500 5
This krill-eating whale got its name because it seemed like the proper or correct one to hunt
    $500 20
Seen here, this actress was at the peak of her popularity when she was killed in a plane crash in 1942
    $500 15
James Plimpton is credited with inventing these in 1863; they were worn by Heather Graham in "Boogie Nights"
    $500 14
Sean Hayes is "just Jack" on this sitcom

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

Larry Jill Jesse
$2,400 $1,100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Jill Jesse
$5,600 $2,200 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE NEW YORK TIMES HEADLINES
LET'S GET MOVING
B-BOYS
LOUIS ARMSTRONG
"EURO"TALK
STATE OF CONFUSION
    $200 11
He's the subject of the September 7, 1901 headline seen here:
[President Shot At Buffalo Fair]
    $200 16
The Blueback, Bonefish & Barbel were the U.S. Navy's last new diesel-powered subs before the move to these
    $200 6
Shared a Nobel Prize with Sadat
    $200 24
Armstrong learned cornet at the Colored Waifs' Home; he switched to this larger instrument later
    $200 21
Adjective for one who thinks the continent is the focal point of world culture & progress
    $200 1
In 1876 this state sent 2 different slates to the Electoral College; 124 years later, it threatened to do it again
    $400 12
July 5, 1986 reported "A Very Special Day: Millions Watch Festive Harbor Salute To" this
    $400 17
In the abbreviation COE, the part of a truck that is over the engine
    $400 7
"M*A*S*H"'s Radar O'Reilly
    $400 26
Armstrong used this nickname as the title of his 1954 autobiography
    $400 22
A disparaging term for a playboy with an accent, or a TV show co-hosted by Jean-Paul Gaultier
    $400 2
In this state you can ski at Big Bear, change your mind, drive about 2 hours to Redondo Beach & hit the surf
    DD: $2,000 13
Month & year of the historic headline seen here:
[Stocks Collapse in 16,410,030-Share Day But Rally At Close Cheers Brokers Bankers Optimistic, To Continue...]
    $600 18
It's the PB in the APBA, a group whose categories include outboard drag & inboard endurance
    $600 8
Co-creator of "Hill Street Blues" & "NYPD Blue"
    $600 27
Armstrong's 1926 recording heard here is one of the first examples of this technique
    $600 23
Punning term for the red-tape-wielding staffers at Common Market headquarters
    $600 3
We hope someone "volunteers" a reason why Kentucky Lake is the largest artificial lake in this state
    $800 14
Losers reported on Oct. 16, 1964 included the Yankees in the World Series & this ousted Soviet leader
    DD: $2,600 19
Lufthansa is the No. 1 customer of this European company, flying its A320 & A340, among others
    $800 9
Oscar nominee for "Starman"
    $800 28
Armstrong performed "Basin Street Blues" in this 1947 film that shares its name with his hometown
    $800 25
This train that began service in 1994 links London, Paris & Brussels at up to 186 MPH
    $800 4
This state got its Upper Peninsula from Wisconsin in 1837, making up for its loss of Toledo to Ohio
    $1000 15
In a 1983 headline this man "Dies On 112th Day With Permanent Artificial Heart"
    $1000 20
Carroll Shelby, known for this "reptilian" '60s sports car, also helped design the Dodge Viper
    $1000 10
Leader of the Zulus & the Inkatha Freedom Party
    $1000 29
Armstrong helped launch this Fats Waller tune with his performance in the revue "Connie's Hot Chocolates"
    $1000 30
Among the few distinctions of this element, symbol Eu, is that it helps put the red in color TV
    $1000 5
Western counties in a Confederate state seceded & formed this state in 1863

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Larry Jill Jesse
$13,000 $5,800 $6,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD RELIGION
The world's largest religious structure, Angkor Wat in Cambodia, was built to honor this preserver deity

Final scores:

Larry Jill Jesse
$13,800 $1 $1
5-day champion: $66,100 3rd place: Panasonic PalmCam Digital Camera 2nd place: Trip to Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Larry Jill Jesse
$10,600 $5,800 $4,700
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
0 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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