Show #3796 - Monday, February 19, 2001

Contestants

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Brooke Scarpa, a web design manager from Boston, Massachusetts

Kent Coker, an advertising sales representative from River Ridge, Louisiana

Mark Stacy, a newspaper copy editor from Morgantown, West Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $13,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ARTS THE NEW YORK TIMES
HISTORIC NAMES
'90s SITCOMS
LITERARY CHARACTERS
THAT'S JUST "GREAT"
JEOPARDY! PLACE
(Alex: Another exciting category dedicated to our ongoing soap opera!)
    $100 11
Hooray! Dan Castellaneta's wild 1-man stage show named for this artist doesn't have "a single ear reference"
    $100 24
This "Bloody" queen was the daughter of King Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon
    $100 1
On this series, baby Maggie's first words, "Dah-dee", were spoken by Elizabeth Taylor
    $100 16
In this novel, Jack Kerouac depicted himself as Sal Paradise, tagging along after the charismatic Dean Moriarty
    $100 6
Michigan, Erie & 3 others
    $100 19
Emily, sobbing, tells Jonas Teri wants her to plead guilty; Jonas starts singing this 1988 Bobby McFerrin hit
    $200 12
The 100th birthday of this New England city's Symphony Hall inspired the line "A plain home with a sense of place"
    $200 25
When he visited Europe in 1971, he became the first Japanese monarch to go abroad during his reign
    $200 2
Roz Doyle is his producer & call-screener at Seattle's KACL Radio
    $200 17
This Conrad character hasn't been dubbed "Lord" yet when he wimps out in a maritime emergency
    $200 7
Proverbially, these "think alike"
    $200 20
Jonas slips Emily a fake passport & a plane ticket to this city, Brazil's most populous
    $300 13
"As if St. Thomas Church were not making enough good music with its own choir", this abbey's choir visited in Oct. 2000
    DD: $1,400 26
American flags flew at half-mast when this Frenchman died in Paris May 20, 1834
    $300 3
In 1997 Carol Burnett won an Emmy for playing Teresa Stemple, Jamie Buchman's mother on this series
    $300 18
He does quite a bit of bed-hopping in the 4 John Updike novels featuring him
    $300 8
In 1861 Dickens finished writing this novel
    $300 21
FBI agent Malone comes into town to find out how a claymore mine got there & see his mom, one of these blood doctors
    $400 14
The Chamber Music Society of this "Center" put the Times "in a millennial mood" with a "Thousand Years of Love"
    $400 27
To help him build a poweful navy, this "Magnificent" Ottoman ruler enlisted the aid of Barbarossa
    $400 4
MIchelangelo is the middle name of Lewis Kiniski, Ryan Stiles' character on this sitcom
    $400 22
WWII spymaster Vera Atkins inspired this secretary of M in James Bond novels
    $400 9
This vast geographic plateau stretches from northern Colorado to southern Texas
    $500 15
Gore Vidal told the Times that JFK gave him one of the lines he used in this 1960 play, revived on Broadway in 2000
    $500 28
Stricken with leprosy, this Scottish king died in seclusion in 1329
    $500 5
This sitcom was based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning columns by humorist Dave Barry
    $500 23
A medieval epic about this grail-seeking hero was turned into an opera by Wagner
    $500 10
Under the leadership of this man, seen here, his nation doubled in size & became a major European power

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

Mark Kent Brooke
$1,800 $1,100 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kent Brooke
$2,800 $2,600 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS
"B" SURE
BIG SCREEN BRAINBUSTERS
TRIP
THE LIGHT
FANTASTIC
    $200 19
At the Centennial Exposition in 1876, he was on call to introduce his new telephone
    $200 1
Type of creature seen here
    $200 13
Advertising for this Eastwood film included the line "For 3 men the Civil War wasn't hell. It was practice!"
    $200 4
To walk through the Garden of Ruins in this country, head southwest from Budapest to Szekesfehervar
    $200 17
E.T. had one that Neil Diamond sang about
    $200 2
Sword & sorcery author Ru Emerson has been writing TV tie-in novels featuring this warrior princess
    $400 20
In 132 Zhang Heng developed a crude one of these instruments that registers earthquakes
    $400 9
A type of unglazed china, or a thick cream soup often made with lobster
    $400 14
Regarding the food of the future, Charlton Heston reveals it's people! in this "colorful" film
    $400 5
If you make it to this London museum's rooms 91-93, you'll see decorative snuff boxes & the Darnley Ring
    $400 21
In the mid-19th century kerosene replaced this as the main oil used in lamps
    $400 3
"Doom" video game designer American McGee has put a demented twist on this heroine, as seen here
    $600 23
In 1862 he patented America's first practical quick-firing machine gun
    DD: $2,000 10
This ethnic group lives in the Pyrenees & speaks Euskera
    $600 15
John Leguizamo, Patrick Swayze & this man "dragged" through 1995's "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar"
    $600 6
This North American city's Faubourg Ste-Catherine is similar to Boston's Quincy Market
    $600 22
Luminescence is caused by the movements of these particles from more to less energetic states
    $800 24
For developing this nylon fastener, George de Mestral is stuck in the National Inventors Hall of Fame
    $800 11
It's the capital of Slovakia
    $800 16
In "The Final Countdown", this aircraft carrier travels back in time to just before the attack on Pearl Harbor
    $800 7
Button up your Cote D'Azur & visit this city's Carnival to watch the flower battles
    $1000 25
In his 1619 "Harmonice Mundi', he announced his third law of planetary motion
    $1000 12
It's the 19th century German style of furniture seen here
    $1000 18
Chicago newspaperman Jimmy Stewart helps a woman prove her son's innocence in this 1948 classic
    DD: $800 8
The Palacio Nacional de Mafra in this country was built with gold from Brazil

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kent Brooke
$6,000 $2,600 -$1,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE U.S. SPACE PROGRAM
(Alex: Remember it?... Still going on!)
Of the Apollo missions, the total number that successfully landed men on the Moon

Final scores:

Mark Kent Brooke
$5,300 $0 -$1,900
4-day champion: $18,500 2nd place: Trip to Stockholm, Sweden, courtesy of Priceline.com 3rd place: Epson Digital Camera/Printer Prize Package

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Kent Brooke
$3,500 $2,600 -$1,100
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
17 R,
3 W
3 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $5,000

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