Show #3889 - Thursday, June 28, 2001

Kevin Keach game 2.

Contestants

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Robyn Reilly, a teacher from Middletown, Rhode Island

Joann Mickens, a consultant from Jackson, Mississippi

Kevin Keach, an operations manager from St. Ann, Missouri (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
WOMEN'S FIRSTS
"B" IN ROCK
ALGONQUIN ROUND TABLE QUOTES
COLOR MY WORLD
STOP!
    $100 1
A 1960 Grammy went to Marty Robbins for his tune named for this west Texas town on the I-10
    $100 26
Formerly mayor of San Juan, in 2001 Sila Calderon became the first woman governor of this U.S. commonwealth
    $100 21
On a "Manic Monday", this group taught us to "Walk Like An Egyptian"
    $100 6
Franklin P. Adams:
"Words that are weighty with nothing but trouble: 'Tinker to Evers to'" him
    $100 16
Skelton or Buttons
    $100 11
A stop bath is one of the steps in doing this
    $200 2
It's the largest city in population on the eastern side of San Francisco Bay
    $200 27
Harriet Quimby was the first woman to fly across this, 14 years before Gertrude Ederle swam it
    $200 22
Soap star Katherine Kelly Lang was in many of this group's music videos, as the modern "California Girl"
    $200 7
Dorothy Parker:
"Guns aren't lawful; nooses give; gas smells awful; you might as well" do this
    $200 17
A possession costly to maintain, or a rare variety of pachyderm
    $200 12
An auto racer makes one of these to refuel
    $300 3
If you want "mo" money, go to this Missouri city, home to the Tenth Federal Reserve Bank
    $300 28
In 1993 Sheila Widnall was flying high as the first woman secretary of this military branch
    $300 23
Elvis' last Top 10 hit, it says, "I feel my temperature rising, help me I'm flaming I must be a hundred and nine"
    $300 8
George S. Kaufman:
"I saw the play under bad conditions." This "was up"
    $300 18
If your business is turning a profit, you're "in" this
    $300 13
A cask has a hole named for this stopper
    $400 4
Skinner's Mudhole is a nickname of this Oregon city; it was named for Mr. Skinner
    $400 29
In the '70s this former child star was America's first female chief of protocol in the State Department
    $400 24
Adam Yauch & Michael Diamond are 2 of the 3 "Boys" in this group
    $400 9
Harold Ross, upon founding this magazine:
"(It) will not be edited for the old lady from Dubuque"
    $400 19
As an adjective it can mean either sexually explicit or Puritanical
    $400 14
On a typewriter the width of these 2 areas & the range of the printing are determined by stops
    DD: $600 5
This New Mexico town was named for the grave markers of some of its earlier settlers
    $500 30
Calling herself a conservative & conservationist, Gale Norton is the first woman to head this cabinet dept.
    $500 25
Shawn Stockman, Nathan Morris, Michael McCary & Wanya Morris are this "Boy" group
    $500 10
Robert Benchley:
"In America, there are two classes of travel -- first class, and with" these people
    $500 20
Jaundice & liver degeneration mark the second stage of this viral disease
    $500 15
Term for a political campaign along a train route

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Kevin Joann Robyn
$1,100 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Joann Robyn
$2,300 $300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS
FROM THE LAND DOWN UNDER
AUTHORS ON FILM
THIS & THAT
STIFLE YOURSELF EDICT
"ACT" UP
    $200 11
My name is C2H5OH & I'm this type of compound found in some beverages
    $200 14
G'day mate! He's the actor who plays "Crocodile Dundee"
    $200 1
Danny Kaye sang "Inchworm" & "Thumbelina" in a delightful musical about this children's author
    $200 6
This "Star Search" host recently launched a new search for the "Next Big Star" on the Internet
    $200 24
In 1602 Henry IV of France declared in an edict that participation in a duel was punishable by this
    $200 19
An ardent pursuer of political or social ends
    $400 12
This synonym for "fragrant" is used of a group of hydrocarbons that includes Benzene
    $400 15
In 1973 this media mogul made his first U.S. acquisition, the San Antonio Express & News
    $400 2
In the movie "In Love & War", Chris O'Donnell played this American author wounded in Italy during WWI
    $400 7
"The Future of Poison Gas" was among the condensed articles in this magazine's 1922 premiere issue
    $400 25
Time's Man of the Year in 1980, he was famous for an edict or fatwa to silence an author
    $400 20
NYC school of Palance, Brando & Newman
    $600 13
Instead of this bath product brand name, you could cry "Sodium hexametaphosphate, take me away!"
    $600 16
Look out for this "Great White Shark" seen here
    $600 3
His relationship with his wife & with Anais Nin was the basis for the movie "Henry & June"
    $600 8
This baseball team plays its home games at Cinergy Field
    $600 26
In 1616 books based on this Pole's heliocentric theory were censored by church edict
    $600 21
Full title of the fifth book of the New Testament
    DD: $500 29
Rhyming names of 2 common petroleum products, one used in your tank & one on your skin
    $800 17
A little thorn bird told us that before she took up writing, she was a neurophysiologist
    $800 4
Bette Midler got all "dolled up" to play this '60s bestselling author in "Isn't She Great"
    $800 9
This state is the traditional home of the Passamaquoddy & Penobscot Indians
    DD: $200 27
After Charles V, this priest is the next person mentioned by name in the 1521 edict of the Diet of Worms
    $800 22
An insurance statistician
    $1000 18
This character seen here is played by Barry Humphries
    $1000 5
In "Julia", Jane Fonda played Lillian Hellman & Jason Robards played this author, her lover
    $1000 10
At his death in 1941, this pianist was president of Poland's exiled government
    $1000 28
The 1598 edict of this put a temporary end to a long series of wars between French Catholics & Protestants
    $1000 23
A mythological hunter turned into a stag by Artemis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Joann Robyn
$8,800 $2,900 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS SHIPS
A highlight of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is the bell from this ship that sank in 1975

Final scores:

Kevin Joann Robyn
$11,001 $5,800 $2,000
2-day champion: $18,101 2nd place: Trip to Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort, Dana Point, California 3rd place: Zenith 36" TV

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Joann Robyn
$10,300 $2,900 $5,500
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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