Show #3897 - Tuesday, July 10, 2001

Contestants

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Kelly Suber, a client services consultant from Lexington, Massachusetts

Michael Hall, a graduate student originally from Irwin, Pennsylvania

Pat Phillips, an administrative assistant from Brea, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $15,302)

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
HIT SONGS
AMERICAN HISTORY
GRAPE JAM
CHRISTIAN NAMES
DOUBLE "E"
    $100 11
King Juan Carlos' main home, Zarzuela Palace, lies just outside this capital
    $100 21
"Smoke on the Water" was a 1973 hit for this British band
    $100 6
After his 1859 hanging, Civil War troops sang of this abolitionist's body "mouldering in the grave"
    $100 26
In an Aesop tale this animal decided the grapes he couldn't reach had to be sour
    $100 16
This name belongs to the last martyred Pope & to actor Sheen
    $100 1
The jubilant delight with which Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer's friends shouted
    $200 12
Pyongyang is the capital of North Korea; this is the capital of South Korea
    $200 22
In 1987 jazz vocalist Al Jarreau had a pop hit with the theme from this Cybill Shepherd-Bruce Willis series
    $200 7
In 1913 the 16th Amendment was passed allowing Congress to collect taxes on this
    $200 27
A form of this company's grape & apple logo, seen here, dates back to 1851
    $200 17
An apostle, or a son of Queen Elizabeth II
    $200 2
A hoarse whistling sound produced by breathing
    $300 13
Augustus Caesar said he found it "A city of bricks and left it a city of marble"
    $300 23
This group's gold records include "After the Love has Gone", "Boogie Wonderland" & "Let's Groove"
    $300 8
Plessy vs. Ferguson, which upheld segregation, was overturned by this 1954 case
    $300 28
Mae West's famous order in "I'm No Angel"
    $300 18
Meaning "harvester", it was the name taken by one of the most famous nuns of the 20th century
    $300 3
They're the periods each fall, winter & spring when TV ratings are collected so that ad rates can be reset
    $400 14
It's served by Saddam International Airport
    $400 24
This group made its U.S. Top 40 debut with "Brass in Pocket" in 1980
    $400 9
During WWII America won its 1st major victory over Japan in this naval battle, about 1,200 miles from Hawaii
    $400 29
This dentist & prohibitionist began selling his "unfermented wine" in 1869; in 1890 he renamed it "Grape Juice"
    $400 19
"Speak out" with this given name of the noted Christian seen here
    $400 4
It means strange & frightening, but it sounds like a big lake
    $500 15
This Ecuadorian capital is located near the foot of the volcano Pichincha
    $500 25
What a delight! This band's "Afternoon Delight" topped the charts & went gold
    $500 10
Bushrod, the favorite nephew of this president, became a Supreme Court justice in 1798
    DD: $500 30
1939 book dedicated in part "To Tom Who Lived It"
    $500 20
The original name of St. Peter & the name of Mr. Pure in an 18th century play
    $500 5
Emma Peel's John on TV's "The Avengers"

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

Pat Michael Kelly
$1,900 $1,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Michael Kelly
$2,800 $2,900 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPERA
ART SUPPLIES
DIRECTORS
8-LETTER WORDS
GEOLOGY
PEOPLE EAT THAT?
    $200 21
Henry Purcell wrote operas about "The Faery" one & "The Indian" one
    $200 7
It's the type of paper used in the artwork seen here
    $200 2
"E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial"
    $200 1
Having no idea, like Alicia Silverstone in a 1995 movie
    $200 26
The mineral Andalusite was discovered in & named for a region in this country
    $200 12
We wonder if this variety meat tastes you while you're tasting it
    $400 22
In 1829, after his move to Paris, this Italian composer wrote "William Tell"
    $400 8
A pad of paper for quick drawings, it appears in a Washington Irving title along with Geoffrey Crayon
    $400 3
"Fargo"
    $400 17
This buttoned sweater & a matching shell usually make up a twin set
    $400 27
Fluvial is a term that refers to these geographic features
    $400 13
Don't put your PB&J on this -- it's the thymus gland or pancreas of a calf
    $600 23
Lorenzo Da Ponte supplied composers with over 40 librettos, including "Cosi fan tutte" for this man
    $600 9
This Hunt Corporation brand, seen here, has been on the cutting edge for over 50 years
    $600 4
"Paper Moon"
    $600 18
This wood, seen here, gives a room a solid feeling
    $600 28
Granite is composed mainly of feldspar & this transparent crystalline material
    DD: $1,500 14
This word for beef stomach lining has become a slang term for "rubbish"
    $800 24
He was in his 70s when he composed "Otello" in 1887 & "Falstaff" in 1893
    $800 10
A smooth, heavy cardboard is called this "board", after a city west of London
    $800 5
"The Apostle"
    $800 19
A type of anesthesia used during childbirth, or the space around the spinal cord where it is injected
    $800 29
A 79 A.D. letter about the death of this "Elder" scientist had the first accurate description of a volcanic eruption
    $800 15
A sausage made out of trotters is made from these parts of a pig or a sheep
    DD: $1,500 25
After his 1711 opera "Rinaldo" made his name, he immediately moved from Hanover to England
    $1000 11
This term for Plaster of Paris mixed with glue to prepare a surface comes from the Latin "gypsum"
    $1000 6
"Dead Man Walking"
    $1000 20
This type of chemical bond can be polar, nonpolar, single, double, triple or coordinate
    $1000 30
In 1812 this German scientist devised a scale to measure the hardness of minerals
    $1000 16
Often sauteed with onions (probably to mask the taste), this brownish large organ has great nutritional value

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Michael Kelly
$4,100 $7,600 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ORGANIZATIONS
"A Simple, Decent Place to Live" is Millard Fuller's book about the history of this organization

Final scores:

Pat Michael Kelly
$8,199 $12,600 $200
2nd place: Forever Resorts Northern California Houseboat Vacation New champion: $12,600 3rd place: Pinseeker Golf Clubs

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Michael Kelly
$3,700 $7,100 $6,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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