Show #3598 - Wednesday, April 5, 2000

Contestants

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Russell Walks, a customer service representative from Billings, Montana

Bernadette Hanson, a print production manager from Putnam Valley, New York

Saran Fox, a writer and story editor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL QUOTES
TRANSPORTATION SLANG
4-LETTER MAGAZINES
FOOD & DRINK
HIGHWAY 61 REVISITED
BOB DYLAN
    $100 18
In an 1864 letter, Abraham Lincoln wrote, "If" this "is not wrong, nothing is wrong"
    $100 10
You auto know a ragtop is one of these
    $100 5
Henry Luce helped create these 2 magazines, one in 1923, the other in 1936
    $100 12
Pisum sativum, the garden variety of this legume, usually bears 5 to 10 seeds in its pods
    $100 23
The famed rhyming signs of this shaving product first appeared on Highway 61 in Minnesota
    $100 1
Jenna Elfman played drums when Bob made an appearance on this ABC sitcom
    $200 19
In a televised speech, he told the nation, "I misled people, including my wife. I deeply regret that"
    $200 11
Slang for a ship, it's what you'll find a nursery rhyme trio sailing in
    $200 6
It's how you say "She" in France & Korea & Romania & 29 other international editions
    $200 13
If you eat it slowly, this cereal might increase your "word power":
    $200 24
The highway passes Castle Danger & Knife River as it skirts this Great Lake en route to Duluth
    $200 2
In 1998 a man with "Soy Bomb" marked on his chest interrupted Bob's performance at this awards show
    $300 20
On January 8, 1947, he told Congress that "America was not built on fear. America was built on courage"
    $300 17
Rhyme time term for a huge 18-wheeler
    $300 7
People sure are saying things about this new magazine from Tina Brown
    $300 14
You're heading for this brand of beer when you "Head for the Mountains"
    $300 25
As a boy, this late entertainment giant lived in the Highway 61 town of Leland, where his best friend was named Kermit
    $300 3
In 1975 Bob spoke out for this imprisoned boxer; in 1999 Denzel Washington played him on film
    $400 21
Concerning this 1773 event, John Adams wrote, "This is the most magnificent movement of all"
    $400 29
It's not madness, a reefer is this type of railroad car
    $400 8
Mary J. Blige got personal in the Sept. 1999 issue of this hip-hop music magazine founded by Quincy Jones
    $400 15
Of crunchy, smoke flavored or less sodium, the one not yet a variety of Spam
    $400 26
In the 1980s this evangelist confessed to sins he'd committed in motels along Highway 61 in Louisiana
    $400 4
When this Robbie Robertson group first backed Dylan in the '60s, it was known as The Hawks
    $500 22
He was the 1st president to call the White House "A bully pulpit"
    DD: $1,000 30
An eggbeater is one of these
    $500 9
Carey Lowell wrote about Deepak Chopra for this Conde Nast magazine of personal well-being
    $500 27
This Swiss chard relative found in Florentine dishes probably comes from Asia & was used medicinally
    $500 28
Highway 61 leads to the Delta city of Clarksdale in this state
    $500 16
Bob's "Lay Lady Lay" was considered for this 1969 Jon Voight film, but didn't make the soundtrack

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

Saran Bernadette Russell
$500 $1,400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Saran Bernadette Russell
$2,900 $2,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

RECONSTRUCTION
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
18th CENTURY THEATER
NATIONAL NAMES
(Alex: We'll give you the name in the local language, you give us the English version.)
BEING JOHN MALKOVICH FILMS
NEWSPEAK
    $200 15
This largest Tennessee city needed its own reconstruction after 1866 race riots there
    $200 11
In 1926 the Peet Bros. merged their soap company with this one, which then merged with Colgate
    $200 19
Voltaire thought this man was the greatest sage of all time & wrote "The Chinese Orphan" to show his morals
    $200 16
Ukrayina
    $200 1
John played this doctor & his potion-drinking alter ego in 1996's "Mary Reilly"
    $200 6
The "sport" of quickly scanning through TV stations by remote control
    $400 24
The 1876 exposition celebrating this helped reconcile North & South
    $400 12
In the 1950s Dannon popularized this product in the U.S.
    $400 20
This "Tom Jones" author's political satire "Pasquin" wasn't well received by the government
    $400 17
Eire
    $400 2
John Malkovich & Glenn Close play a game of intrigue & seduction in this 1988 costume drama
    $400 7
Multislacking means playing with one of these instead of working
    $600 25
From what he's carrying, it's the nickname of the Northerner seen here:
    $600 13
This family's Texas "ranch" covers 825,000 acres, an area bigger than Rhode Island
    $600 21
In 1777, over 100 years after Moliere's "The School for Wives", Sheridan wrote "The School" for this
    $600 18
Osterreich
    DD: $1,000 3
John played Lennie & Gary Sinise was George in a 1992 film adaptation of this Steinbeck novel
    $600 8
It's the diesel-powered multipurpose U.S. military vehicle that replaced the Jeep
    $800 26
To rejoin the Union, Southern states had to ratify this amendment giving citizenship to ex-slaves
    $800 14
In the 1970s, this white buck-shoed singer & his family endorsed the West Bend coffee maker
    $800 22
Schiller's "The Robbers" was part of this 3-word German literary movement
    $800 4
Clint Eastwood protects the president from would-be assassin John Malkovich in this 1993 thriller
    $800 9
Achieve 3 sports championships in a row like the Chicago Bulls & you've achieved one of these triples
    $1000 27
Andrew Johnson provoked his own impeachment when he fired Edwin Stanton from this post
    $1000 23
Sir Joshua Reynolds painted this British actress as the tragic muse seen here:
    $1000 5
1999's "Being John Malkovich" has John being John Malkovich & this star being a puppeteer
    $1000 10
A modern soldier no longer eats C-rations but instead gobbles up these, known as MREs for short

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Saran Bernadette Russell
$5,500 -$600 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN AUTHORS
The name of this author who died in 1924 has become an adjective meaning surreal or nightmarish

Final scores:

Saran Bernadette Russell
$11,000 -$600 $11,001
2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii 3rd place: $1,000 Shopping Spree courtesy of Sony Card New champion: $11,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Saran Bernadette Russell
$5,500 -$600 $7,900
18 R,
2 W
10 R,
5 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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