Show #3882 - Tuesday, June 19, 2001

Contestants

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Jay Robison, an administrative assistant from Austin, Texas

Marian Chen, a graduate student from Jersey City, New Jersey

Chip Rossetti, an editor from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

EARTH SCIENCES
ANTIQUES
(Alex: Old stuff!)
HAIL TO THE CHIEF
SATURDAY NIGHT LIVES
TRAVEL FUN
MUSICAL GENRES
    $100 12
The Earth is the only planet in our solar system to have 2/3 of its surface covered by this
    $100 1
In the 19th century Baccarat made prized examples of these objects, to be used on a desk when the window's open
    $100 24
He appeared in films with his first wife Jane & his second wife Nancy
    $100 19
His classic characters on "SNL" included the Killer Bee, Joe Cocker & the Samurai Warrior
    $100 11
You can cuddle a koala at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane in this country
    $100 6
A light blow, as on a door or across the knuckles
    $200 17
The Earth's crust & lithosphere are broken into these whose movements against each other cause earthquakes
    $200 2
A popular porcelain item is this type of bowl in which a party drink is served
    $200 25
He met wife Mamie Doud in 1915 at Fort Sam Houston when they were introduced by the wife of a fellow officer
    $200 20
In the fall of 1976, this star of "Fletch" became one of the first cast members to leave the show
    $200 13
The 50-story replica of the Eiffel Tower seen here isn't in Paris, France, but in this city
    $200 7
A mass of mineral matter
    $300 18
The name of this phylum that includes lobsters & spiders means "jointed foot"
    $300 3
In 1998 a drinking flagon made of this tin alloy sold for a record $145,500
    $300 26
In his 1805 inaugural, he said, "I know that the acquisition of Louisiana has been disapproved by some"
    $300 21
The show's original cast members were billed as these "players"
    $300 14
If it's August & you're in Austin, Texas, indulge in a romantic dinner cruise to watch these flying mammals
    $300 8
The book of Matthew, Mark, Luke or John
    DD: $300 29
In 1952 she quit her job at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to devote all her time to her writing
    $400 4
3-word name for the piece of antique furniture seen here
    $400 27
Some opponents called him the "Raw Dealocrat"
    $400 22
For 2 seasons Don Novello appeared regularly on the show as this "Father"
    $400 15
Consider riding a narrow-gauge train into a salt mine at Bex in this country's Vaud canton
    $400 9
To burst, like a balloon
    $500 30
In 1911 Arthur Holmes used the decay of this element to lead to measure the age of the Earth
    $500 5
The "Antiques Roadshow" website calls this "a fancy word" for who owned an object, when & where
    $500 28
He died of a stroke on August 2, 1923, right after his wife read an article about him, "A Calm View of a Calm Man"
    $500 23
Cast member Nora Dunn boycotted the final show of the '89-90 season when this controversial comedian hosted
    $500 16
A snowman known as Bonhomme is the symbol of Le Carnaval D'Hiver, the winter carnival in this Canadian city
    $500 10
A rural district, or a nation

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

Chip Marian Jay
$1,100 $1,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chip Marian Jay
$3,000 $2,200 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

OFF & RUNNING
"TRAC" MEET
LITERATURE
NOT REALLY RELATED
THE ASTRONAUT HALL OF FAME
CITIES IN INDIA
    $200 24
In Olympic track & field events, this many runners make up a relay team
    $200 16
A farming vehicle with large, heavily-treaded tires
    $200 2
James Fenimore Cooper's 1823 novel "The Pioneers" was the first in a series of these 5 "Tales"
    $200 21
"You're So Vain" singer & pieman meeter
    $200 1
State in which the Hall of Fame is located
    $200 7
Until 1912 it was the capital of British India (black hole & all)
    $400 25
She won 3 track & field gold medals at the 1988 Summer Olympics
    $400 17
It's a commercially released album of music used in a film
    $400 9
In 1919 Booth Tarkington won a Pulitzer Prize for this "Magnificent" novel; in 1922 he won again for "Alice Adams"
    $400 22
"Cruelty" singer & chocolate chip cookie maker
    $400 3
His historic 1962 orbital flight was marked by drama over a possibly loose heat shield
    $400 8
In this city you'll find the National Museum & the Rashtrapati Bhavan or President's House
    DD: $1,100 26
In 1985 this American middle-distance runner married discus thrower Richard Slaney
    $600 18
Oops! It's a newspaper's printed correction
    $600 11
In this 1952 short story, Hemingway wrote, "A man can be destroyed but not defeated"
    $600 23
Etiquette expert promoting restraint & a parking place to hold your horses
    $600 4
While others moonwalked, this vehicle was piloted by Michael Collins on Apollo 11 & Ronald Evans on Apollo 17
    $600 10
This heavily populated port city & capital of Maharashtra state is the leading financial center of India
    $800 27
Finland's Olympic Stadium prominently features a statue of this distance runner
    $800 19
It can mean a passage from a book or a concentrated food flavoring like vanilla
    $800 12
In "A Scandal in" this, Sherlock Holmes calls Dr. Watson his "Boswell"
    $800 29
Ring in with these, a "JAG" star & a Philadelphia landmark
    $800 5
The other Mercury astronauts knew him as "Wally"
    $800 14
Over 2,000 died when the Union Carbide chemical plant in this city leaked toxic gas in 1984
    $1000 28
Runners must clear hurdles & water jumps in this 3,000-meter track & field event
    DD: $1,500 20
It can be a type of non-representational art or a printed summary of a longer text
    $1000 13
Graham Greene's "A Gun For Sale" was published in the U.S. under this title
    $1000 30
"Lady's Not For Burning" playwright & potato product not for burning at McDonald's
    $1000 6
This astronaut's sunken Mercury capsule was recovered in 1999
    $1000 15
Mumtaz knows it's the northern India city that's home to the Pearl Mosque & the Taj Mahal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chip Marian Jay
$3,400 $7,300 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HITCHCOCK FILMS
The action of this 1959 film moves from New York to South Dakota

Final scores:

Chip Marian Jay
$5,400 $14,600 $15,000
3rd place: DirecTV Satellite System Package 2nd place: Costa Cruises 7-Night Caribbean Cruise New champion: $15,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chip Marian Jay
$3,500 $6,800 $7,500
17 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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