Show #3805 - Friday, March 2, 2001

Contestants

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Sharon Morgan, an ecologist from El Paso, Texas

Paul Park, a foreign exchange trader from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Stephen Mitchell, a marketing manager from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY WITH MR. PEABODY & SHERMAN
CLASSIC SITCOMS BY CHARACTER
(Alex: You identify the sitcom for us.)
ORGANIZATIONS
THE BIRDS & THE BEES
LET IT "SNOW"
STUPID ANSWERS
    $100 6
Mr. Peabody & Sherman have to trick Kublai Khan to rescue this Italian traveler from prison
    $100 1
Cliff,
Carla,
Coach Pantusso
    $100 16
As you might guess, the Country Music Association is based in this city
    $100 19
Only female bees possess these poison-injecting organs
    $100 11
In one version of the Grimm story, she had a sister named Rose Red
    $100 26
This nickname of Delaware refers to the fact that it was the first state to ratify the Constitution
    $200 7
At Bunker Hill, the colonists can't obey this command because the British have sunglasses on
    $200 2
Bud,
Kelly,
Peg,
Al
    $200 17
This group for persons 50 & over is the largest private nonprofit organization in the world
    $200 20
Bees & other animals also have wings, but birds are the only animals with these often colorful features
    $200 12
2-word phrase for an attempt to deceive by using flattery
    $200 27
On 7/11/2000 this company announced the opening of its 20,000th store, a new one in Tokyo
    $300 8
Mr. Peabody has to concoct a special poison to foil this woman from a famous Italian family
    $300 3
Floyd,
Opie,
Emmett
    $300 18
This group also known as ZPG has used slogans like "Stop Heir Pollution" & "The Pill in Time Saves Nine"
    $300 23
These small yellow finches were once used by coal miners to detect deadly gases
    $300 13
Found in the mountains of central Asia, this feline is also known as an ounce
    $300 28
In 1976 Marcel Marceau had the only spoken line in this otherwise silent movie
    $400 9
It turns out it's this Roman emperor's violin teacher that's the arsonist
    $400 4
Rosie,
Dr. Sidney Friedman,
Father Mulcahy
    $400 21
Founded in 1913, it's the organization whose symbol is seen here
    $400 24
It's the only continent without bees
    $400 14
In 1970 Anne Murray urged it to "spread your tiny wings and fly away"
    $400 29
Author Ralph Ellison was born in this Oklahoma city in 1914
    $500 10
In one episode an Inca chief puts this explorer before a spear-throwing squad
    $500 5
Wrangler Jane,
Corporal Agarn,
Chief Wild Eagle
    DD: $600 22
This group, LLLI for short, provides support for nursing mothers & babies in over 60 countries
    $500 25
Aaaack! It's the variety of Australian parrot seen here
    $500 15
Antony Armstrong-Jones, who married & divorced Princess Margaret, holds this title
    $500 30
This 1984 Mario Puzo novel was based on the life of the Sicilian bandit-hero Salvatore Giuliano

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

Stephen Paul Sharon
$1,900 $1,400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Paul Sharon
$2,700 $3,000 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOK LEARNIN'
NHL LOGOS
SUPREME COURT JUSTICES
THE WESTERN U.S.
SCRAMBLED OPERAS
BEASTLY EXPRESSIONS
    $200 14
The National Education Association's Read Across America day is March 2, the birthday of this kids' author
    $200 24
Team whose logo is seen here
[they play their home games at Nassau Coliseum]
    $200 3
In September 1981 she became the 102nd justice of the Supreme Court
    $200 1
The Oregon Spectator was the first of these on the Pacific coast
    $200 8
Rossini:
"It'll Aim Well"
    $200 19
When you obtain information first hand, you get it "straight from" this animal's mouth
    $400 15
"Focus", Arthur Miller's only novel, deals with this type of prejudice that affected Miller personally
    $400 25
Historic stars of this team include Bobby Hull & Denis Savard
    $400 4
This future justice was chief counsel for the NAACP from 1938 to 1950
    $400 2
The Plaza has been the heart of this Southwestern state capital since it was founded in 1610
    $400 10
Verdi:
"Trite Logo"
    $400 20
A useful tool, it's also what you "throw" when you disrupt or sabotage something
    $600 16
In an Elie Wiesel novel, an anxious young man waits for this title time to break
    $600 26
In 2000 this team's goalie became the NHL's all-time winningest
    $600 5
Appointed in 1972, he's currently the longest-serving member of the court
    $600 9
San Rafael is the seat of this affluent county north of San Francisco
    $600 11
Puccini:
"Oh Be Lame"
    $600 21
If you have one of these seabirds "around your neck", you have a big problem
    DD: $1,000 17
A 19th C. British chief justice proposed that a writer whose book lacked this feature be fined & lose his copyright
    $800 27
On December 1, 1924 they beat the Montreal Maroons in their first game
    $800 6
John Rutledge briefly succeeded this first chief justice, until his nomination was rejected
    $800 28
Coined in the Book of Mormon, this word meaning "honeybee" was applied to Utah before it became "Utah"
    $800 12
Gounod:
"Us Fat"
    $800 22
This 2-word term meaning the best or largest portion of something comes from one of Aesop's Fables
    $1000 18
"Consider" these: "They toil not, neither do they spin," & they're the title of a novel by William E. Barrett
    $1000 30
This team won the Stanley Cup in 1974 & 1975
    DD: $2,000 7
A private university in Waltham, Mass. is named for this Jewish justice who served from 1916 to 1939
    $1000 29
Early residents of this "Gem State" included the Pend D'Oreille Indians, named for their earrings
    $1000 13
Wagner:
"Frail Sap"
    $1000 23
A type of polecat gave rise to this expression meaning to search for or seek out, like "the truth"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Paul Sharon
$12,900 $5,600 $1,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC & THE MOVIES
When this 1940 classic was on the drawing board, it was referred to simply as "The Concert Feature"

Final scores:

Stephen Paul Sharon
$14,000 $8,600 $1,900
3-day champion: $36,400 2nd place: Trip to London courtesy of Priceline.com 3rd place: Zenith 36" Color TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stephen Paul Sharon
$11,700 $5,500 $1,000
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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