Show #3843 - Wednesday, April 25, 2001

Contestants

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Martha Reilly, a training coordinator from Toronto, Ontario

Tim O'Brien, a freelance writer from Chicago, Illinois

Tom Flemma, a high school history teacher from Lakeville, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE KEYSTONE STATE
BOOB TUBE OFFSPRING
(Alex: You have to name the TV show)
SIT ON IT!
QUOTABLE WOMEN
EDIBLE EUPHEMISMS
SOLD "AMERICAN"
    $100 9
Overlooking the Susquehanna River, the Pennsylvania governor's mansion is found in this city
    $100 4
Pugsley & Wednesday
    $100 26
The chair seen here is sold to go in one of these shops
    $100 1
In "You Learn By Living", this First Lady of the 1940s challenged, "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"
    $100 10
Hog innards, usually called these in the South, have also been called Kentucky oysters
    $100 12
Unflattering slang term for a U.S. citizen abroad who gives his fellow countrymen a bad image
    $200 11
This "cat" is the only variety of wild feline found in Pennsylvania
    $200 5
Tracy, Chris, Danny, Laurie & Keith
    $200 27
At the Jackie Kennedy Onassis auction in 1996, one of these chairs used by JFK sold for $442,500
    $200 2
This Bronte sister revealed in an 1840s letter, "I am neither a man nor a woman but an author"
    $200 13
According to its California producers, it's the new correct 2-word term of the food seen here:
[prunes]
    $200 14
It's a Grateful Dead album, or a hybrid variety of cultivated rose with deep pink to crimson flowers
    $300 19
It's the Pennsylvania city where the Ohio River begins
    $300 6
Robbie, Mike & Chip
    $300 3
While San Francisco mayor, this Calif. senator remarked, "Toughness doesn't have to come in a pinstripe suit"
    DD: $700 22
This soup flavored by a calf's head shares its name with the Lewis Carroll character seen here
    $300 15
Samuel Gompers became the first president of this organization, also known as the AFL, in 1886
    $400 20
This baseball team has the oldest team name in the National League
    $400 7
Dewey, Reese, Francis & Malcolm
    $400 16
"Some of us are becoming the men we wanted to marry", confided this co-founder of Ms. magazine
    $400 23
Chevre is a Gallicism for cheese made from this animal's milk
    $400 18
This U.S. territory, about 2,300 miles southwest of Hawaii, includes the island of Tutuila
    $500 21
During this 1794 uprising, President Washington sent troops into western Penn. to restore order
    $500 8
Cissy, Jody & Buffy
    $500 17
In "The Second Sex", this French author declared, "One is not born a woman, one becomes one"
    $500 25
This type of steak with the name of female apparel is more bluntly a cow's diaphragm
    $500 24
Edward James Olmos made his directorial debut & brought us some Folsom Prison blues with this 1992 film

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

Tom Tim Martha
$700 $1,500 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Tim Martha
$1,600 $2,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

LOS ANGELES
HOLLYWOOD
CENTURY CITY
WATTS
"LONG" BEACH
BEVERLY SILLS
    $200 7
In 1994 a freeway collapse during this event showed why La Cienega Blvd.'s name means "The Swamp"
    $200 1
He came back as a kinder, gentler cyborg in 1991's "Terminator 2"
    $200 18
In 1800 the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons was chartered in this city
    $200 6
To know watt's watt, you have to study the life of James Watt, an inventor from this country
    $200 9
Stretching 118 miles, it had a population boom in Nassau & Suffolk counties starting in the 1940s
    $200 24
The difficult role of this Egyptian in Handel's "Julius Caesar" made Sills a superstar
    $400 8
If you're visiting your grandma at Forest Lawn, this type of place, you can stop in on Errol Flynn & Chico Marx
    $400 2
Steve Martin was a dad who had prenuptial jitters in an update of this Spencer Tracy movie
    $400 19
Following the defeat of his rivals in 1600, Ieyasu moved his capital from Kyoto to this city
    $400 14
GE's standard incandescent A-line soft white bulbs range in wattage from 40 to this
    $400 10
The first one, on Aug. 10, 1876, went from Brantford, Ontario to Alexander Graham Bell about 10 miles away
    $400 25
In 1964 Sills wowed critics in this composer's "Don Giovanni" & "The Abduction from the Seraglio"
    $600 23
It's the "mighty" body of water seen here
    $600 3
David Mamet wrote the screenplay for this 1987 film about Eliot Ness & Co.
    $600 20
The world exposition held in this European capital in 1900 attracted over 40 million visiteurs
    $600 15
One watt is equal to one ampere moving at one this
    $600 11
He spent 13 years as a lineman for the NFL's Raiders & has been with Fox Sports the last 6
    $600 28
In 1975 Sills got an 18-minute ovation at her long-awaited debut with this company in her hometown
    $800 26
The Westwood area is dominated by this educational institution
    $800 4
It's not monkey business when Ronald Reagan steals a chimp to test heredity vs. environment in this comedy
    DD: $1,000 21
Following the success of the first Crusade, Baldwin I was crowned king of this city in 1100
    $800 16
Used by truckers, these radios with 40 channels have an output limit of 4 watts
    $800 12
Play in which James Tyrone's insensitivity drives his wife Mary mad
    DD: $500 29
At age 17, Sills made her operatic debut as the gypsy Frasquita in this opera
    $1000 27
A sizable Mexican-American community was evicted from this ravine so Dodger Stadium could be built
    $1000 5
This landmark D.W. Griffith epic interweaves 4 stories of prejudice & inhumanity from ancient times on
    $1000 22
In 1500 Lodovico Sforza recaptured this northern Italian capital of the Lombardy region
    $1000 17
Some worried about the safety of using this element to produce wattage for the Ulysses Space Probe
    $1000 13
It lasted without a break from 1640 to 1653 & ordered Charles I's execution

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Tim Martha
$3,000 $4,500 $0

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MATERIALS
The name of the sheet seen here is derived from the name of this material

Final scores:

Tom Tim Martha
$3,000 $2,999 $0
2-day champion: $13,800 2nd place: Princess Caribbean Cruise 3rd place: Skagen Denmark Shopping Spree

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Tim Martha
$3,700 $5,000 $1,000
16 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,700

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