Show #3807 - Tuesday, March 6, 2001

Rick Knutsen game 1.

Contestants

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Bryan Southard, a chief financial officer from Chamblee, Georgia

Rick Knutsen, a musician from Brooklyn, New York

Lynne Langhammer Conover, a stay-at-home mom from Windsor, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

EAST TIMOR
BETTER KNOWN AS...
MOVIE REVIEWS
OLD HICKORY
DECOR
"E" DOCK
    $100 11
They're the geographic "Indies" where you'll find East Timor
    $100 17
"Stardust" man David Jones
    $100 12
Variety said expand the scene in "Annie Hall" where Woody visits Diane Keaton's family & you've got this Ben Stiller comedy
    $100 2
With no $7 bill, seventh president Andrew Jackson is honored on this currency denomination
    $100 26
Traditionally, hotel lobbies have these "potted" trees for detectives to hide behind
    $100 1
Name shared by the fathers of Ethelred the Unready & Candice Bergen
    $200 22
Of 1955, 1975 or 1995, the year Indonesia invaded East Timor
    $200 18
"Home"y heartthrob Jonathan Taylor Weiss
    $200 13
The Sacramento Bee said this film, Cameron Crowe's saga of '70s rock, is "Almost Fabulous"
    $200 7
In 1787 Jackson set up his office to practice this in McLeansville, North Carolina
    $200 27
Shelves on these chunks of concrete that include bits of coal can lend a collegiate look
    $200 3
This dark, hard wood family includes the persimmon
    $300 23
In 1999 this organization oversaw a referendum on independence for East Timor
    $300 19
Late sportscaster Howard Cohen
    $300 14
"The Return of the Blah Witch" was the L.A. Times' headline to this sequel subtitled "Blair Witch 2"
    $300 8
On June 6, 1833 Jackson became the first sitting president to take a ride on one of these
    $300 28
Inserted in a window, it's meant to be seen through; as a room partition, it's not
    $300 4
We recognize this senator from North Carolina who chaired the Watergate Committee
    $400 24
90 percent of Indonesians are Muslims, while the majority of East Timorese are of this fatih
    $400 20
Singer Helen Folasade Adu
    $400 15
Entertainment Weekly called this John Travolta-Lisa Kudrow flick "A Lotto Malarkey"
    $400 9
Waightstill Avery in 1787 & Charles Dickinson in 1806 are 2 of about 100 men Jackson faced in these
    $400 29
Nationality of designer Arne Jacobsen, or the "modern" style he helped popularize
    $400 5
Completes the sign P.T. Barnum used to steer foot traffic moving through his museum, "This Way to the...."
    $500 25
In the 16th century East Timor became a colony of this southern European nation
    $500 21
Older brother Lloyd Vernet Bridges III
    DD: $500 16
The N.Y. Daily News played on a line from "On The Waterfront" in its review of this Joan Allen political drama
    $500 10
This 6th president wouldn't attend Jackson's inauguration or his honorary degree ceremony at Harvard
    $500 30
The name of this decorative fixture seen here comes from the Latin for "to hide"
    $500 6
Meaning "universal", it's a type of council convoked by the Pope

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

Lynne Rick Bryan
$600 $1,700 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Rick Bryan
$1,500 $3,200 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHEMISTRY
JAZZ
SHAKESPEARE SLAYS ME
LINES
U.S.A.
I WANT SOME "MO"
    $200 1
It's the smallest unit of a substance that shows all the chemical properties of that substance
    $200 2
She recorded her first hit, "A-Tisket, A-Tasket", with Chick Webb's band
    $200 17
Othello believes the lies of Iago & murders this wife
    $200 23
If you agree to all the terms, you "sign on" this
    $200 12
Border cities in this state include Texarkana & Texhoma
    $200 7
A musical one often hangs above a baby's crib
    $400 28
The atoms of this element have only one proton & no neutrons in the nucleus
    $400 3
Recorded in 1937, "One O' Clock Jump" became this bandleader's theme
    $400 18
Hamlet fatally stabs this father of Ophelia & Laertes through a curtain
    $400 27
Not George Hamilton, it's the term in geometry for the straight line seen here
    $400 13
Kentucky was the last state to get one of these on the U.S. flag
    $400 8
It's also called "La Gioconda"
    $600 30
This creator of the Periodic Table directed the Bureau of Weights & Measures in St. Petersburg from 1893 to 1917
    $600 4
The Benny Goodman Quartet consisted of Goodman, Gene Krupa, Teddy Wilson & this vibes player
    $600 19
Moments after Macbeth claims he can't be killed by any man born of woman, this thane of Fife performs the deed
    $600 22
From the Greek for "under one", there's a short one of these between Toulouse & Lautrec
    $600 14
This gorge in Idaho is a lot deeper than the Grand Canyon
    $600 9
This lustrous fiber is derived from the coat of the Angora goat
    DD: $400 26
Sodium & this yellow-green gas are produced when salt is melted down & an electrical current is run through it
    $800 5
His inability to read music didn't prevent this keyboardist from composing many songs, including "Misty"
    $800 20
Named for the god of thievery, this friend of Romeo is slain by Juliet's cousin Tybalt
    $800 25
Standards for these, abbreviated UPC, were set April 3, 1973
    DD: $1,000 15
The racetrack, Giants Stadium & the Continental Airlines Arena form this complex
    $800 10
It's a repeated figure in a design, or a recurrent theme in music
    $1000 29
This is any substance that when dissolved can carry an electric current
    $1000 6
In Woody Allen's "Sweet And Lowdown", Sean Penn idolizes this great gypsy jazz guitarist
    $1000 21
He kills Richard III & declares an end to the Wars of the Roses
    $1000 24
Samuel Plimsoll had a line on these named for him
    $1000 16
In 1802 Eleuthere Irenee Du Pont built his new gunpowder factory in this state
    $1000 11
Fighting in this city has left many buildings in ruin, including Somalia's national university

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Rick Bryan
$3,500 $10,200 -$100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE ON POSTAGE
In 1893 this 15th century monarch became the first woman to appear on a U.S. postage stamp

Final scores:

Lynne Rick Bryan
$6,999 $8,400 -$100
2nd place: Trip to Amsterdam New champion: $8,400 3rd place: MyPoints.com Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynne Rick Bryan
$3,500 $10,600 $1,400
12 R,
3 W
27 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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