Show #3844 - Thursday, April 26, 2001

Contestants

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Steve Goodrich, an attorney from Mesa, Arizona

Sanjit Das, a television producer originally from Charlottesville, Virginia

Tom Flemma, a high school history teacher from Lakeville, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
THE "WEST" WING
BEAUTY PAGEANTRY
GENESIS BASICS
LEAF ME ALONE PLEASE
49ers
    $100 1
As a child, he was known as "Little Ike"; he later dropped the "Little"
    $100 11
In 1863 it was admitted to the Union as the 35th state
    $100 21
As its name suggests, Mrs. United States calls itself "The Premier Pageant For" women of this status
    $100 23
It sets sail in Genesis 7
    $100 16
The 4-H Club uses one of these in its symbol
    $100 6
A 1982 playoff reception by Dwight Clark from this quarterback is simply known as "The Catch"
    $200 2
He was so big that a bathtub large enough to hold 4 men was installed in the White House for him
    $200 12
He founded the electric company bearing his name in 1886
    $200 22
2001 is the 50th anniversary of this grandiose title currently held by Lara Dutta of India
    $200 24
He is slain in Genesis 4
    $200 17
This team won its first Stanley Cup in 1932
    $200 7
Hugh McElhenny, who once averaged 8 yards a carry for a season, had this nickname, like Elvis
    $300 3
To some, he was "Tippecanoe"; to others, "Old Tip"
    $300 13
During the 2000 election, this winter resort city of southeast Florida gained unexpected notoriety
    $300 27
In 1947 Barbara Walker was the last Miss America to be crowned wearing one of these
    $300 25
These metropolises are destroyed in Genesis 19
    $300 18
A myth has it that the best ones are made from leaves rolled on the legs of Cuban women
    $300 8
This 49er seen here, one of the Bay's most eligible bachelors, finally wed in 2000
    $400 4
This word became forever linked with Warren Harding when he mispronounced the word "normality" in a 1920 speech
    $400 14
These islands separate the Caribbean Sea from the Atlantic Ocean
    $400 29
Seen here, Marjon Brady was a "sweetheart" as "Miss" this "USA 2000"
    $400 26
The
start
of
this
structure
is found in
Genesis 11
    $400 19
In 1874 the dome of the state house in Boston was carved in this, replacing Revere's copper sheathing
    $400 9
Coach Red Hickey pioneered this formation, with the quarterback standing well behind the line to take the snap
    $500 5
In a tragic coincidence, his mother & his first wife, Alice, both died on Valentine's Day in 1884
    $500 15
Her films include 1933's "I'm No Angel"
    $500 30
Women representing this South American country have won 5 Miss World titles
    DD: $1,000 28
In Genesis 40 he takes a job as a dream interpreter
    $500 20
The American leaf-nosed species of this mammal mainly eats insects, but may chow down on an occasional frog
    $500 10
This defensive back known for hard hitting entered the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000

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

Tom Sanjit Steve
$900 -$100 $2,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Sanjit Steve
$1,300 $0 $4,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS
FOOD CROSSWORD CLUES
FAMOUS BUILDINGS
AT THE INTERNATIONAL CINEPLEX
TAKE A LETTER
'49ers
(Alex: A different group, perhaps)
    $200 21
San Jose, San Juan & Concepcion are missions in this city, though we left out the most famous one
    $200 26
Popeye's power source
(7)
    $200 1
Andy Warhol made an 8-hour-film of one facade of this New York City landmark
    $200 16
In Hong Kong, this film was "Special Unit in Black Sunglasses"; in Taiwan, "Interstellar Fighting Police"
    $200 11
On January 10, 1845 he wrote, "I love your verses with all my heart, dear Miss Barrett"
    $200 4
In 1949 the Bridges family produced Jeff & this acting dynasty brought forth Keith
    $400 22
Fredericksburg, hometown of Chester W. Nimitz, has a garden of peace given by this country Nimitz fought
    $400 28
Peachy relative
(9)
    $400 2
The Nobel Prize Dinner is held each December in the Blue Hall of this city's Stadshuset, seen here
    $400 17
Bill Murray may have played Bosley but we think fans in Taiwan showed up to see these title "Hot Babes"
    $400 12
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote Walt Whitman that this book was a "most extraordinary piece of wit and wisdom"
    $400 5
Born in 1949, he graduated Harvard law in '78 & published the novel "The Burden of Proof" in '90
    $600 23
You'll find the main store of Neiman-Marcus on Main Street in this big city
    $600 3
In July 2000 a production of "Oedipus Rex" was the 1st spectacle staged in this Roman arena in 1,500 years
    $600 18
In Hungary they know Jack Nicholson won a '97 Oscar for "It Might Not Get Any Better"; we know it as this
    $600 13
His famous love letter began, "Though still in bed my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved"
    $600 6
Bruce Springsteen was born in '49 1 month after this rocker & "General Hospital" star
    DD: $1,000 24
This national park is named for its location on the Rio Grande, seen here
    $800 7
The Winter Palace is one of the 4 buildings that make up this Russian museum complex
    $800 19
Latin America saw right through this 2000 Kevin Bacon thriller, known there as "The Man Without Shadow"
    $800 14
In 1610 he described the moon as seen in his telescope as having a "rough and unequal" surface
    $800 9
These 2 younger brothers of Barry Gibb were born Dec. 22, 1949
    $1000 25
This city southwest of Midland got its name from homesick Russian railroad workers
    $1000 27
Crooner Crosby's fruit?
(4,6)
    DD: $800 8
On Aug. 25, 1995 about 35,000 couples were married at the Olympic Stadium in this world city
    $1000 20
Jennifer Love Hewitt fans got hooked in Oslo watching "Summer Of Fear", known here as this
    $1000 15
In 1912 Robert Scott wrote to this creator of "Peter Pan", asking him to take care of "my widow and my boy..."
    $1000 10
The second U.S. woman in space, she flew on the Discovery & perished with the Challenger

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Sanjit Steve
$3,700 $2,800 $9,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE MOONS OF URANUS
Pixie Chasma & Sprite Vallis are features on this moon of Uranus named for a character in "The Tempest"

Final scores:

Tom Sanjit Steve
$1,700 $1,800 $8,800
3rd place: Epson Prize Package 2nd place: Princess Caribbean Cruise New champion: $8,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Sanjit Steve
$3,700 $4,000 $9,400
15 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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