Show #3765 - Friday, January 5, 2001

Contestants

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Mark Venezia, a high school teacher from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Erin Gantt, a marine engineering manager from Prince Georges County, Maryland

Adam Taxin, a graduate student originally from Rose Valley, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BODY HUMAN
GARMENT BAG
SPOUSE IN COMMON
"ART" CLASS
A ROYAL PAIN
IN THE BUTTE
    $100 2
The auricle is the fleshy outer portion of this organ
    $100 21
Traditionally, nothing is worn under this garment seen here
    $100 20
Sonny Bono,
Gregg Allman
    $100 14
A member of the thistle family, its leaves are tasty when dipped in melted butter or hollandaise sauce
    $100 7
It's the royal title held by Heliogabalus, assassinated in his bathroom by his own Praetorian Guard
    $100 1
In 1912 Butte's new one of these judicial buildings cost twice as much as the state capitol
    $200 3
Also called the voice box, it's larger in men than in women
    $200 22
Brand name for the boating shoes from Sperry seen here; they've been sold in the same style for over 60 years
    $200 19
Amy Irving,
Kate Capshaw
    $200 15
The richest women, each worth $16 billion, are the widow & daughter of Sam Walton, founder of this chain
    $200 11
In 1789 pesky revolutionaries imprisoned this king & his family in the Tuileries Palace
    $200 24
Seen here, a 90-foot statue overlooking Butte is called Our Lady of these mountains
    $300 4
Estradiol is the strongest form of these female hormones
    $300 23
In "Flashdance" this actress wore the top that inspired the fashion seen here
    $300 18
Judy Carne,
Loni Anderson
    $300 30
This adjective can describe a poorly executed painting or Paul Simon's solo career
    $300 10
Bad report card? In the 1580s this royal Russian killed his son & heir in a fit of rage
    $300 27
"Southwest Montana's Premier Performing Arts Center" has this "maternal" name of a vein of ore
    $400 5
The longest muscle in a human, the sartorius is flat & narrow & lies within this part of the body
    $400 25
Similar to a djellaba & a dashiki, this tunic is worn from north Africa to the Middle East
    $400 17
William Powell,
Clark Gable
    $400 13
In a 1941 film he said, "Let's talk about the black bird"
    $400 9
When assassinated in 1908, Carlos I of this Iberian country was in a virtual state of war with his subjects
    $400 28
Famous Butteites (Butte-ies?) include this motorcycle daredevil, born there in 1938
    $500 6
Ligaments in the elbow connect the radius & the ulna to this bone
    $500 26
This Scottish hat seen here is also the first word of a David Mamet play title
    $500 16
Jeff Goldblum,
Renny Harlin
    $500 12
Made of plastic & aluminum, the Jarvik-7 is this type of device
    DD: $300 8
In 711 a large Muslim army crossed this strait & defeated Roderick, the last Visigoth king of Spain
    $500 29
Led by the Anaconda Company, by 1900 Butte was the world's largest producer of this metal

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

Adam Erin Mark
$1,100 $500 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Erin Mark
$2,000 $3,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

VERY GRIMM TALES
(Alex: A reference to the brothers Grimm.)
DICTATORS BY BIRTHPLACE
H.H.
OH, NO! OPERA!
SEE HOW THEY RUN
THE "EVIL" WITHIN
(Alex: And the 4 letters, "evil", wiil be found within each correct response.)
    $200 6
In the original Grimm Brothers version, after the miller's daughter guessed his name, he tore himself in two
    $200 5
August 29, 1941:
Pozarevac, Serbia
    $200 25
The first of his Playboy Clubs opened in 1960; the last closed in 1988
    $200 12
This famous martyr is the heroine of many operas, including "The Maid of Orleans"
    $200 30
For men they're 42 inches high at the 110-meter distance, 36 inches high at 400 meters
    $200 29
Middle name of appeasing British PM Arthur Chamberlain
    $400 19
She got only crab shells to eat, while the witch gave her brother all the best food to plump him up for eating
    $400 4
April 28, 1937:
Tikrit, Iraq
    $400 15
While serving as vice president in the 1960s, he chaired the Council on Economic Opportunity
    $400 11
Thea Musgrave's 1995 opera about this South American liberator premiered in Virginia, not Venezuela
    $400 26
Ty Cobb led the league in these in 1911, but lost out in 1912 to Clyde "Deerfoot" Milan
    $400 28
This NHL team whose logo is seen here calls East Rutherford home
    $600 18
For fetching her golden ball out of the well, the princess promised this animal she'd eat, sleep & play with him
    $600 3
May 19, 1925:
Kompong Thom, Cambodia
    $600 14
This author was a bookseller & mechanic before writing such books as "Steppenwolf" & "Siddhartha"
    $600 10
The Seattle Opera is famous for its back-to-back productions of this composer's "Ring" cycle, in German & English
    $600 24
In 1954 Diane Leather was the first woman under 5 minutes in the mile & he was the first man under 4
    $600 27
From a Spanish place name, it's a shade of orange
    $800 17
One-Eye & Three-Eyes hated their sister because she had these, like the common folk
    $800 2
September 11, 1917:
Sarrat, Philippines
    $800 13
This Peter Noone-led group was originally called The Heartbeats
    $800 9
She wrote the libretto for "The Mother of Us All"; maybe that's why it features a character named "Gertrude S."
    $800 23
This winged horse follows "Fusaichi" in the name of the 2000 Kentucky Derby winner
    DD: $3,000 21
This verb's synonyms include vilify, abuse, berate & disparage
    $1000 16
Guys who failed to figure out how the 12 princesses wore these out each night were killed, simple as that
    $1000 1
January 26, 1918:
Scornicesti, Romania
    $1000 7
In the 1530s this "Younger" German became court painter to King Henry VIII; his duties included designing jewelry
    DD: $1,400 8
The 1981 opera based on this Tolstoy novel begins, & ends, at a Moscow railway station
    $1000 22
This Wisconsin running back won the Heisman Trophy in 1999 & was Rose Bowl MVP in 2000
    $1000 20
"Colorful" Tennessee town that's home to President Andrew Johnson's tailor shop

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Erin Mark
$11,600 $6,600 -$200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LIFE SCIENCE
A study done in South Africa put these non-primates above chimpanzees, making them the world's second-smartest species

Final scores:

Adam Erin Mark
$13,500 $0 -$200
2-day champion: $28,200 2nd place: Trip to Miami & Miami Film Festival 3rd place: American Historic Society Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Adam Erin Mark
$11,400 $6,600 $2,800
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
18 R,
1 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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