Show #3883 - Wednesday, June 20, 2001

Lan Djang game 1.

Contestants

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Lan Djang, a business analyst from Toronto, Ontario

Eleanor Bukowsky, a librarian from Brooklyn, New York

Jay Robison, an administrative assistant from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

100 YEARS AGO
SURVIVOR 12: THE MUPPETS
YOU'RE AN ANIMAL!
AIRPORT CODES
(Alex: We want you to name the airport or the place it serves.)
FRANKS
"BEAN"S
    $100 1
In 1901 Switzerland's Jean-Henri Dunant, who founded this organization, shared the Nobel Peace Prize
    $100 6
This garbage can dweller is so cranky that he's the first one voted off the island
    $100 14
The giant moray variety of this critter is seen here
    $100 21
Let freedom ring:
PHL
    $100 9
He died just 83 days after starting his fourth term as president
    $100 22
A folk tale written down by Joseph Jacobs told of a boy who got a nice aerobic workout climbing this
    $200 2
In the fall, the USA's Columbia defeated Britain's Shamrock II to win this trophy
    $200 7
Before the show even ends, this Muppet gets a contract to endorse the letter "C" & Oreos
    $200 15
Take a gander, & you'll know the birds seen here are known as these when young
    $200 23
Odds are good you'll get here:
LAS
    $200 10
Her "diary" became a Pulitzer Prize-winning Broadway play in 1956
    $200 24
Roger Clemens was accused of throwing one of these at Mike Piazza on July 8, 2000
    DD: $500 3
In a major address on March 4, he stated that the U.S. "must remain close friends" with Cuba
    $300 8
This Transylvanian nobleman wins 1...2...3...4...5 immunity challenges
    $300 16
A crab-eating variety of this mammal lives in northern South America
    $300 28
Still one of the busiest:
ORD
    $300 11
On "M*A*S*H", Hot Lips mixed with this "Lipless Wonder" to have a "major" affair
    $300 25
Dinky the Dodo Bird, Issy & Eggs the Bear were among the "Most Wanted" at this toy's website
    $400 4
On February 25 J.P. Morgan & others organized this company, the world's first billion-dollar corporation
    $400 12
The other Muppets were offended by this bear, who told bad jokes while walking around naked
    $400 19
Known scientifically as felis pardalis, there are only about 100 of these cats left in Texas
    $400 29
A lovers' triangle:
BDA
    $400 17
900th floor please; during his 7-decade career, this architect made plans for a mile-high skyscraper
    $400 26
It's been posed: Is this type of bean shaped like a body organ, or is the body organ the shape of this bean?
    $500 5
On Sept. 7, 1901 China's Manchu government signed an agreement with 11 nations ending this uprising
    $500 13
Blaming all mishaps on an unseen mastodon-like creature, he outlasted the others to win $1 million
    $500 20
A popular housepet, the birds seen here originally came from this continent
    $500 30
A capital place:
IAD
    $500 18
The Atreides family, exiled on Arrakis, starred in the "Chronicles of Dune" by this sci-fi author
    $500 27
This West Texas judge of the 1800s fined a corpse $40 for carrying a concealed weapon

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

Jay Eleanor Lan
$2,100 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Eleanor Lan
$2,100 $1,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNERS
WHICH CAME FIRST?
AH, FLORIDA!
BEFORE & AFTER AT THE MOVIES
"HY" SCIENCE
BEYOND BELIEF
    $200 1
This author's "Sophie's Choice" was the hardcover choice for 1980
    $200 20
Presidents
Harding,
Hoover,
Hayes
    $200 26
You can see many specimens of this common swamp-dwelling tree in the Winter Haven "Gardens" that bear its name
    $200 12
Joseph Fiennes as the Bard meets Ali MacGraw, a dying girl & never says "Sorry"
    $200 6
Before it's galvanized, iron is cleaned with this very caustic acid
    $200 11
Adjective associated with the character seen here
[The Hulk]
    $400 2
Mr. Sammler, Augie March & Herzog are title characters who've won this author 3 awards
    $400 22
"All My Children",
"All in the Family",
"All-Star Anything Goes"
    $400 27
These islands stretch out about 150 miles from Biscayne Bay into the Gulf of Mexico
    $400 13
Kathleen Turner goes back to high school to wed & become the widow of a Goodfella
    $400 7
It's the main branch of engineering that studies the mechanical properties of fluids
    $400 16
When Nazi Rudolf Hess landed in Britain, this man told Parliament, "The imagination is baffled by the facts"
    $600 3
Category in which Philip Levine & Wallace Stevens each won twice
    $600 23
Arizona statehood,
California statehood,
Wisconsin statehood
    $600 28
Called the Tangerine Bowl until 1983, the Citrus Bowl is held annually in this city
    $600 14
Street hustler Eddie Murphy swaps lives with cotton farmer Sally Field
    DD: $1,600 8
These tiny coelenterates equipped with stinging tentacles are found in ponds
    $600 17
The expression "Tell it to" them comes from British Navy men, who thought them gullible
    $800 4
He had a long career: his "Wapshot Chronicle" won in 1958 & his "Stories" in 1981
    $800 24
The books "For Whom the Bell Tolls",
"The Sun Also Rises",
"A Moveable Feast"
    $800 29
Legalized in Florida in 1931, this track sport was devised by Owen Patrick Smith
    $800 15
In this black & white horror classic, zombies also "Seize the Day" with Robin Williams
    $800 9
It's an icon or special text on a web page that, when clicked on, moves you to a related page
    $800 18
The game seen here, or what something unbelievable might do to your mind
    $1000 5
"A Fable" was a winner for this author in 1955
    $1000 25
Ramses II,
Khufu (AKA Cheops),
Thutmose III
    $1000 30
He's the Florida-born country music legend heard here
    $1000 21
Charlie Chaplin in the Yukon wears down the shoe leather patrolling with Hong Kong detective Jackie Chan
    $1000 10
His contribution to science was the celluloid strip used in film, not the sanitary strip used in hotels
    DD: $1,000 19
Old English for "to confuse" gave us a noun that's a synonym for "labyrinth" as well as this 5-letter verb

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Eleanor Lan
$3,900 $4,400 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICAL ISSUES
(Alex: Have you got one? I do!)
Muhammad Ali & Michael J. Fox have gone to Capitol Hill to speak about this disease

Final scores:

Jay Eleanor Lan
$7,800 $8,700 $10,000
3rd place: TicketsNow.com Gift Certificate 2nd place: Trip to the Hilton at Short Hills, New Jersey New champion: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Eleanor Lan
$3,900 $5,400 $7,000
18 R,
4 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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