Show #3840 - Friday, April 20, 2001

Contestants

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Joe Collins, a stagehand from Lincolnwood, Illinois

Nancy Mitchell, a human resources systems manager from Easthampton, Massachusetts

Ashley Ward, an actress originally from Conyers, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NORTHERNMOST CAPITAL CITY
POINTING THE FINGER
SELF-TITLED ALBUMS
IT'S A DISASTER!
I AM THE WALRUS
"GOO" GOO G'JOOB
    $100 21
Paris,
Madrid,
Rome
    $100 6
"Digital" slogan used by KFC
    $100 1
This 1999 album contains "Livin' La Vida Loca" & "Shake Your Bon-Bon"
    $100 14
In 1917 an ammunition ship explosion in this Nova Scotia capital leveled 2 square miles & killed 1,600 people
    $100 11
These "elephantine" features on walruses can be up to 3 feet long & weigh 12 pounds
    $100 16
Proverbially, what's good for it is also good for the gander
    $200 22
Beirut,
Ankara,
Tel Aviv
    $200 7
The work seen here is located in this chapel, erected 1473-1481
    $200 2
No. 1 songs from this 1990 album included "Vision Of Love" & "Someday"
    $200 25
This Pennsylvania city had more than $200 million in damage when it was flooded yet again in 1977
    $200 12
The walrus is valued by Eskimos for this, a fat layer under the skin from which oil is made
    $200 17
Disney character who hit the big time in 1932's "Mickey's Revue"
    $300 23
Canberra,
Wellington,
Jakarta
    $300 8
Equal to about 9 inches, a span is measured from the tip of the thumb to the tip of this
    $300 3
"Sailing" sailed off this 1980 album
    $300 26
In 1992 "He" hit the Bahamas, Florida & Louisiana, causing about $22 billion in damage
    $300 13
Some walruses can live up to this many years, or 20 terms for a U.S. Congressman
    $300 18
A "nutty" state nickname for Georgia
    $400 24
Brasilia,
Santiago,
Caracas
    DD: $400 9
Dactyloscopy is the practice of using these as a means of identification
    $400 4
"That's The Way Love Goes" is on this album, period
    $400 27
Egyptair flight 990 went down in the waters of Nantucket not far from where this Italian liner sank in 1956
    $400 15
A walrus feeds on these mollusks, though we doubt they're served "casino"
    $400 19
Term for a black-footed albatross found on islands in the Pacific
    $500 30
New Delhi,
Beijing,
Islamabad
    $500 10
Keuka, Seneca & Cayuga, for example
    $500 5
"Dimelo (I Need To Know)" the title of this album that includes that song
    $500 28
In the worst aviation disaster, nearly 600 people were killed when 2 jets collided on Tenerife in this island group
    $500 29
Nicknamed "The Walrus", this golfer seen here won the 1982 Masters
    $500 20
She's the British chimp expert born April 3, 1934

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

Ashley Nancy Joe
$2,000 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Nancy Joe
$2,700 $3,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
NAME THE MOVIE
NEW JERSEYITES
HISTORICAL NOVELS
SECTIONS
ALPHABETICALLY BEFORE AFTER
    $200 25
Templar enlistment rose dramatically following writings by this medieval saint who shares his name with a dog breed
    $200 1
1964:
"I sold flowers. I didn't sell myself. Now you've made a lady of me, I'm not fit to sell anything else"
    $200 16
What was once the town of Raritan is now named for this "inventive" New Jersey resident
    $200 6
Adina de Zavala, who barricaded herself inside this San Antonio landmark to save it in 1908, inspired a 1999 novel
    $200 11
Section of the Los Angeles Times that covers money matters like the stock market & personal finance
    $200 17
Less than a friend, one may be "passing"
    $400 26
Burned at the stake in 1314, Jacques De Molay was the last Templar of this title, today used by chess players
    $400 2
1974:
"No, it's pronounced Eye-Gor"
    $400 18
Known as "Bull", this WWII admiral from Elizabeth said he didn't trust a man who doesn't drink or smoke
    $400 7
"Henry St. John, Gentleman" is set in this Virginia valley at the onset of the American Revolution
    $400 12
The cabaletta is the last section of one of these songs in an opera
    $400 21
This term for what an adolescent grows into comes from the same Latin root
    $600 27
By arresting them all & seizing their property in 1307, this country's Philip IV began the suppression of the Templars
    DD: $1,700 3
1970:
"All you have to do is hold the chicken, bring me the toast, give me a check for the chicken salad sandwich..."
    $600 19
New Jersey-born singer-actor seen here:
    $600 8
The 3rd book in James Reasoner's Civil War saga is named for this Maryland battle the Rebels called Sharpsburg
    $600 13
The ordinary conic sections are the hyperbola, the parabola, the ellipse & this
    $600 22
They're what the 2 "A"s in NASA stand for
    $800 28
Only Templar knights wore the distinctive white surcoats emblazoned with this symbol
    $800 4
1992:
"You be sweet to your wife. My husband wasn't sweet to me and look how I turned out"
    $800 20
This director of "Lone Star", "Passion Fish" & "Return of the Secaucus Seven" has long been based in Hoboken
    $800 9
Jane Porter's 1810 novel "The Scottish Chiefs" tells the story of this man, the hero of "Braveheart"
    $800 14
The banana section rooted for its own celebrity couple on this Bert Convy show
    $800 23
Meaning "walking", it's how Shakespeare's Henry V & Sherlock Holmes described "the game"
    $1000 29
The last Templar headquarters & base for attacks on Palestine was this eastern Mediterranean island
    $1000 5
1988:
"I have a head for business and a bod for sin"
    DD: $700 30
James Bayley, bishop of Newark, named this Jersey school after his aunt, the first U.S.-born saint
    $1000 10
The first novel written by a Zulu in the Zulu language was John L. Dube's novel about this great Zulu chief
    $1000 15
Gandy dancer is a slang term for a gang laborer who maintains sections of this
    $1000 24
Term for a person who studies or teaches the ABCs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ashley Nancy Joe
$4,100 $4,700 $9,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ENGINEERING
The first one, built in 1893, consisted of 2,200 tons of steel, rose 268 feet & had 36 cars each carrying 60 people

Final scores:

Ashley Nancy Joe
$3,399 $3,000 $9,401
2nd place: Trip to the Lucayan Resort, Grand Bahama Island 3rd place: Samsung Digital Camera Package New champion: $9,401

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ashley Nancy Joe
$4,100 $4,700 $8,700
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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