Show #3867 - Tuesday, May 29, 2001

Contestants

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Daniel Melcher, a forensic engineer from West Palm Beach, Florida

Bob Waterfall, an environmental engineer from Troy, New York

Jean Lucasey, a judicial clerk from Hartsdale, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

NO OIL PAINTING
DESCRIBING THE SPORT
CHINESE INVENTIONS
PRESIDENTIAL PETS
CITIES BY HOTEL
ISN'T IT "GRAND"?
    $100 1
J.P. Morgan suffered from rhinophyma, which turned this part of his anatomy into a swollen horror
    $100 2
Hit tiny spheroid into woods, curse, hit into lake, curse, score round of 120, go to clubhouse for needed beer
    $100 21
During the Han dynasty, over 2,000 years ago, the Chinese were out flying these
    $100 26
In 1989 this springer spaniel made the cover of Life magazine along with her new puppies & Barbara Bush
    $100 14
The Waldorf-Astoria,
The Plaza,
The St. Regis
    $100 9
This group decides whether there's enough evidence to try a person in a criminal court of law
    $200 3
This onetime freak show performer, whose head was 3 feet around, died in a London hospital in 1890
    $200 4
Protect oval spheroid like it was Hope Diamond, drag it across line to score 6, then throw it away & dance!
    $200 22
Way before using it at sea, the Chinese had this device with a floating magnetized needle
    $200 27
She's the First Daughter seen here with First Cat Misty Malarkey Ying-Yang
    $200 15
The Venetian,
The Sahara,
The Luxor
    $200 10
Each day over a half million people pass through this place located on 42nd Street at Park Avenue
    $300 5
Louis XI of France earned this nickname by his unpleasant appearance & by weaving webs of intrigue
    $300 6
Throw spheroid called horsehide, but not always made of such, run 360 feet to score, get $252 million contract
    $300 23
In the T'ang dynasty the Chinese came up with this bone-hard white ceramic also called china
    $300 28
You'll earn a feather for your cap if you know Caroline Kennedy had a pony named this
    $300 16
The Ambassador, site of RFK's assassination in 1968
    $300 11
"Should auld acquaintance be forgot, keep your eye on" this
    $400 19
This successor to Queen Elizabeth I ate like a slob because of his malformed jaws
    $400 7
Swat at disk of vulcanized rubber, hit twine to score, spend 5 minutes in the box for fighting, feel shame
    DD: $800 24
Legend says Emperor Huangdi's wife invented the loom to weave this fabric
    $400 29
Thomas Jefferson's pet grizzly bears were a present from this pair of travelers
    $400 17
The Fairmont, after which James Brolin's TV "Hotel" was modeled
    $400 12
Bobby Fischer was only 15 when he earned this title in 1958
    $500 20
In the work seen here, the artist obeyed this 17th century English leader's wish to be shown, warts & all
    $500 8
Go 500 miles but only turn left, score points for Winston Cup, be very prepared to talk about your sponsors
    $500 25
In the 8th century the mechanical clocks in China were driven by this
    $500 30
The FDR Memorial in Washington includes a statue of Roosevelt with this famous Scottie at his feet
    $500 18
Copley Square Hotel,
The Omni Parker House,
Back Bay Hilton
    $500 13
In bridge it's winning all 13 tricks

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

Jean Bob Daniel
$800 $1,400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Bob Daniel
$2,800 $2,700 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

OIL PAINTING
"SPACE" MOVIES
WARRIORS
GONE FISHING
ISRAEL
HOMOPHONES
    $200 21
Working outdoors became easier when these replaced animal bladders as the way to transport oil paints
    $200 1
This TV show made it to the big screen in 1998 with William Hurt as John Robinson
    $200 16
In mythology, Hippolyta was a queen of these warriors
    $200 6
Attached to the butt of a rod, it's used to let out or bring in line
    $200 26
Carried by roughly 40% of Israelis, they were popularized by a 2.5-cents-a-minute offer in 1994
    $200 11
Shy or reserved, or a Japanese pond fish
    $400 22
This painting surface may be linen or cotton & is placed on a frame called a stretcher
    $400 2
Characters in this 1987 movie parody include Lord Dark Helmet & Pizza the Hutt
    $400 17
These warriors followed a code of conduct, called bushido, meaning "The way of the warriors"
    $400 7
From where they prefer to dine, sole & catfish are classified as these
    $400 27
Bat Yam, or "Daughter of the Sea", is a suburb of this Mediterranean metropolis
    $400 12
Snoops into someone's affairs, or an award for winning a contest
    DD: $2,200 23
The 18th century work seen here is titled this "With Salmon, a Lemon & Three Vessels"
    $600 3
Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing & Larry Bird are also in this 1996 sports film
    $600 18
Luke had to feel the force to become one of these warriors
    $600 8
Term for a person who fishes with a hook & line; you may be a "compleat" one
    $600 28
Among those buried on this Jerusalem mount, or believed to be, are the prophet Haggai & Prince Philip's mother
    $600 13
Correct, or a proper religious ceremony
    $800 24
Gericault's best-known work is "The Raft of" this wrecked ship
    $800 4
Bela Lugosi makes a short appearance in this Ed Wood film, hailed as the worst ever made
    $800 19
This warrior-king of the Franks was crowned emperor in 800
    DD: $1,100 9
Yes, pal, it's ground up bits of bait or food spread out over the water to attract game fish
    $800 14
Emanated beams of light, or a sudden attack by the police
    $1000 25
"Look Back" in this 19th century French master whose work is seen here
    $1000 5
A small town is invaded by blood-drinking aliens that look like clowns in this 1988 cult movie
    $1000 20
In India's caste system, the Kshatriyas, or warriors, were ranked second; this caste was number 1
    $1000 10
On a slow boat to somewhere? Try this method of fishing by towing a baited hook
    $1000 15
Cry like a banshee, or a ridge in corduroy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jean Bob Daniel
$5,800 $10,000 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POETS
These 2 great English romantic poets died while still in their 20s, one in 1821 & one in 1822

Final scores:

Jean Bob Daniel
$0 $8,399 $7,198
3rd place: Casablanca Avio Desktop Video Editor New champion: $8,399 2nd place: Visit to San Diego Zoo/Wild Animal Park

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jean Bob Daniel
$5,400 $8,100 $3,600
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
11 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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