Show #3802 - Tuesday, February 27, 2001

Contestants

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Darren Millam, a customer service representative originally from Kansas City, Missouri

Jennifer Fall, an English teacher from Port Chester, New York

Sid Moore Jr., a human rights investigator from Eugene, Oregon (whose 3-day cash winnings total $5,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL DEMISES
DEVILISH MOVIES
MYTHELLANEOUS
FAST CARS
LET'S PUT ON AN OPERA!
"NO" WAY
    $100 1
At 46 years, 177 days, he died at the youngest age of any president
    $100 7
A very sexy Satan, this supermodel tempts Brendan Fraser in 2000's "Bedazzled"
    $100 21
The priest Laocoon was dead set against letting a large wooden horse into this city
    $100 12
In the U.S. a limited edition of these new VWs in vapor blue & reflex yellow were available only online
    $100 26
We hope our tardy cellists show up for this instrumental prelude to the opera
    $100 2
In recipes, it often comes between "tuna" & "casserole"
    $200 3
At his death on October 20, 1964, he had survived his presidency longer than any other president: 31 years, 231 days
    $200 8
Poor little Regan MacNeil is possessed by the devil in this 1973 classic
    $200 22
Calypso kept this hero on an island all day, all night for 1 to 10 years, depending on who tells the tale
    $200 13
Sting rides around in the back of an S-type sedan in TV commercials for this car
    $200 27
We'll let Uncle Charlie be a "carrier" of one of these in the battle scene
    $200 14
This head movement can indicate approval or sleepiness
    DD: $200 4
He preferred to be buried at West Point, but thought his wife couldn't be buried there, so NYC became his final resting place
    $300 9
Max von Sydow was Leland Gaunt, AKA the Devil, in "Needful Things", based on one of this author's novels
    $300 23
As Zeus is to Jupiter, she is to Juno
    $300 15
This automaker's TT Roadster goes from 0 to 60 in 6.7 seconds
    $300 28
Let's move the duel upstage so no one falls onto the musicians in this area
    $300 17
167 died in a 1988 oil rig explosion off Britain in this sea
    $400 5
In March 1930, a month after he retired from the Supreme Court, his funeral was one of the first heard on radio
    $400 10
Could it be Satan who fathered Mia Farrow's child in this 1968 flick?
    $400 24
2 offspring that Poseidon & Medusa may have produced are the giant Chrysaor & this winged horse
    $400 16
In 1993 New York's Museum of Modern Art dedicated the exhibit "Designed for Speed" to this Italian automaker
    $400 29
We've got basses, we've got tenors, but we can't find one of these like the guy on the CD
[audio clip]
    $400 18
Adjacent border towns in Arizona & Mexico share this name
    $500 6
Abraham Lincoln was assassinated during Act 3, Scene 2 of this stage comedy starring Laura Keene
    $500 11
Keanu Reeves works for Al Pacino, one hell of a lawyer, in this 1997 film
    $500 25
The first 3 ports of call of this ship were Lemnos, Samothrace & Cyzicus
    $500 19
It's the make & model of the fast car seen here
    $500 30
From dealing with Betsy, I know why this 2-word Italian term can mean a diva or a real pain
    $500 20
Last name of noted sculptor Isamu or celebrity coroner Thomas

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Sid Jennifer Darren
$1,900 $200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Jennifer Darren
$2,700 $700 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL TRILOGIES
SHOW TUNES
BREAK OUT THE ATLAS
NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNERS
THE JAMES GANG
NEW ASTROLOGY?
(Alex: We have created a new astrology using some Latin words.)
    $200 24
This Scot is the royal Bruce referred to in the title of "The Bruce Trilogy" by NIgel Tanter
    $200 25
"Tradition",
"If I Were a Rich Man"
    $200 3
In 1956 it was Hail Tunisia! which announced its independence from this European nation
    $200 27
In 1993 the prize was given jointly to F.W. de Klerk & this leader who succeeded him
    $200 19
The Handgun Violence Prevention Act is named for him
    $200 2
A partner born under Porcus, the sign of this, may try to take more than his share
    $400 10
Riccardo Bacchelli wrote a trilogy about one of these "On the Po", not "On the Floss"
    $400 1
"See Me, Feel Me",
"Pinball Wizard"
    $400 4
This country with a coastline on the Black Sea shares its name with a U.S. state
    $400 26
Afraid that Poland would bar his return from Oslo, he received his 1983 prize in absentia
    $400 20
Mary Matalin, George Bush's deputy campaign manager in '92, wed this chief Clinton strategist in 1993
    $400 14
Beware of staring into headlights is your sign is Cervus, this animal
    $600 11
"Hordubal", "Meteor" & "An Ordinary Life" make up a novel trilogy by this "R.U.R." playwright
    $600 6
"Happy Talk",
"Some Enchanted Evening"
    $600 5
Sudbury's annual Cinefest is one of this country's largest international film festivals, eh
    DD: $2,500 28
1 of only 2 U.S. presidents to win the prize
    $600 21
Hirschfeld's portrayal of this "Titanic" director is seen here
    $600 16
Those born under Vulpes, sign of this animal, tend to be attractive but devious
    $800 12
Such diverse personalities as Isadora Duncan & Eugene Debs enliven this John Dos Passos trilogy
    $800 7
"Hosanna",
"I Don't Know How to Love Him"
    $800 8
Now independent, this nation of 50 million seen here is a former republic of the Soviet Union
    $800 29
An advocate for human rights, Rigoberta Menchu of this Central American country won the 1992 prize
    $800 22
"Cover Her Face" was the first of her mysteries to feature her detective Adam Dalgliesh, a Scotland Yard man
    $800 18
Under the sign of Apis, this creature, you'll find busy people who still stop to smell the flowers
    $1000 13
His 1901 novel "The Octopus" is part of his unfinished trilogy "The Epic of the Wheat"
    DD: $1,500 9
"A Little More Mascara",
"I Am What I Am"
    $1000 15
Formerly German Southwest Africa, this country's name includes the name of a desert found there
    $1000 23
The R&B hit "At Last" by this "Matriarch of the Blues" was used in car commercials
    $1000 17
If you're highly intelligent but given to imitating others, your sign may be Simius, this animal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sid Jennifer Darren
$5,700 $1,100 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRAND NAMES
A 1909 suit said this product must contain enough of the actual bean & leaf in order to claim its distinctive name

Final scores:

Sid Jennifer Darren
$10,801 $2,150 $8,599
4-day champion: $16,000 3rd place: Meade ETX90 Telescope 2nd place: Trip to Sydney, Australia courtesy of Priceline.com

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sid Jennifer Darren
$5,700 $5,100 $5,500
17 R,
1 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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