Show #3888 - Wednesday, June 27, 2001

Kevin Keach game 1.

Contestants

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Chris Howard, a heavy equipment sales representative from Mississauga, Ontario

Elizabeth Heichler, a newswire editor from Arlington, Massachusetts

Kevin Keach, an operations manager from St. Ann, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LIT
SO YOU WANT TO BE IN MOVIES
SURVIVAL SKILLS
ANIMALS
YOU SAY POTATO
CROSSWORD CLUES "K"
    $100 1
In "Blessed By Thunder", Flor Fernandez Barrios describes growing up in this country during Castro's revolution
    $100 26
From the Latin for "hearing", it's a short performance by an actor applying for a role
    $100 11
Lie flat on your back with arms & legs outstretched to avoid sinking in this, which is just sand mixed with upwelling water
    $100 2
It's the common term for the young of a whale as well as a cow
    $100 17
The Russet Burbank potato is also known by this "state"ly name
    $100 12
Derby state
(8)
    $200 6
His 1999 memoir "'Tis" opens in 1949, when he emigrated from Ireland to America at age 19
    $200 27
This name for the Hollywood actor's necessity seen here sounds like a boxing blow to the skull
    $200 22
[Hi, I'm Jeff Probst of "Survivor"] Stings from this marine creature, also called a medusa, should be washed with rubbing alcohol or vinegar
    $200 3
Of a wild dog, a rabbit or a bird, what a jackdaw is
    $200 18
At a New Jersey spelling bee in 1992, he insisted that "potato" was spelled with an "E" at the end
    $200 13
Chivalrous chesspiece
(6)
    $300 7
Euphrase Kezilahabi of Tanzania wrote his novel "Rosa Mistika" in this African language
    $300 28
Important on-set experience can be gained working as one of these AKA atmospheres or background artists
    $300 23
A person who's suffered this "stroke" should be cooled quickly -- he may have a high fever & have stopped sweating
    $300 4
This civet relative not only kills cobras but mice, rats & poultry as well
    $300 19
Don Rickles voiced Mr. Potato Head in this 1995 film
    $300 14
Cinematic knockout Novak
(3)
    $400 8
Some find that reading this marquis' 18th century novel "Justine" is pure torture
    $400 29
For practice, many Hollywood actors memorize one of these long passages in a play spoken by only one character
    $400 24
Direct pressure & elevation can control bleeding; this device -- a last resort -- can cause gangrene & the loss of the limb
    $400 5
These mollusks, not oysters, are the most common source for freshwater pearls
    $400 20
This snack company uses over 5 billion pounds of potatoes annually to make Ruffles & other chips
    $400 15
Canadian river, or singer Lainie
(5)
    $500 9
This Canadian author of "The Handmaid's Tale" set her novel "Cat's Eye" in Toronto
    $500 30
They're the 2 main unions that represent professional TV & film actors in Hollywood
    $500 25
If attacked by a python or boa, this type of snake that coils to suffocate its prey, try to control its tail & uncoil it
    $500 10
"Euell" be glad to know these small apes are the only ones to habitually walk erect
    DD: $1,000 21
In Gaelic it's known as "An Gorta Mor" (The Great Hunger)
    $500 16
A gazebo, or an outdoor newsstand
(5)

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

Kevin Elizabeth Chris
$1,100 $1,100 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Elizabeth Chris
$2,500 $2,000 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

RUSSIAN HISTORY
CALLED ON THE CARPET
ITALIAN MUSICAL TERMS
SPORTS NICKNAMES
WAY OUT WEST
"WO" IS ME
    $200 1
In December 1994 Russia sent troops into this breakaway republic to quell an independence movement
    $200 26
The 3 main types of woven rugs, velvet, Wilton & Axminster, are made on different types of this machine
    $200 21
This interval is an ottava
    $200 6
He really delivers as the "Mailman"
    $200 16
The "suite" about this Arizona landmark had its debut in 1931 in -- Chicago
    $200 10
Garrison's sorrowful lake
    $400 2
After marrying Nicholas II, German princess Alix of Hesse-Darmstadt took this Russian name
    $400 30
Seen here is an example of the Tabriz school of this geographical type of carpet
    $400 22
Meaning "cadence", it's a virtuoso solo passage
    $400 7
Football fans nicknamed him "Big Sky"
    $400 17
Originally called Church Island, Antelope Island is the largest island in this lake
    $400 11
Asian archenemy of "Hawaii Five-O"
    DD: $1,000 3
On Feb. 8, 1904 this country attacked Port Arthur, a Chinese port leased by the Russians, beginning a 19-month war
    $600 29
This type of rug covers only part of a room, much less than the same type of "code"
    $600 24
5-letter word for "very slow", even slower than lento
    $600 8
This tennis player is the "Iron Maiden" & "Tini Linguini"
    $600 18
Legend says that in 1859 he bought the Nevada lode now named for him for a bottle of whiskey & a blind horse
    $600 12
Queeg's creator
    $800 4
In 1240 his grandson Batu invaded Kiev & Russia became part of the Mongol empire
    $800 28
This room, seen here, is recognizable partly by its floor covering
    $800 27
Many a classical movement is this, Italian for "joke"
    $800 9
In the '20s & '30s this "Norwegian Doll" was the "Queen of the Ice" & a "Symphony on Silver Skates"
    $800 19
Founded in Pasadena in 1891 as the Throop University, it has many Nobel-winning alumni
    $800 13
"Weekly" Anglo-Saxon god
    $1000 5
In 1783, after defeating the Turks, Russia annexed this Ukrainian peninsula
    $1000 25
These large, delicately woven rugs are named for the French village of their manufacture
    $1000 23
Beethoven's Fifth Symphony begins "with vigor", allegro con this
    DD: $1,000 15
This golfer was once known by the uncomplimentary nickname "Ohio Fats"
    $1000 20
In 1909 the Bishops opened their new plant in this Oregon town to make Indian blankets
    $1000 14
A Polish Pope

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Elizabeth Chris
$7,900 $2,000 $3,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS COUPLES
The inscription on their crypt reads "Together Again" with the dates 1902-1964 & 1896-1996

Final scores:

Kevin Elizabeth Chris
$7,100 $1 $4,100
New champion: $7,100 3rd place: a Sony Card $1,000 shopping spree 2nd place: a trip to Marriott's Desert Springs Villas, Palm Desert, California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kevin Elizabeth Chris
$7,900 $1,600 $3,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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