Show #3768 - Wednesday, January 10, 2001

Michael Arnone game 2.

Contestants

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Brian Lynch, a public relations expert from Kenosha, Wisconsin

Jolynn Brooks, a caterer from Washington, D.C.

Michael Arnone, a graduate student originally from Pennington, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

"OLD" ENGLAND
WHAT'S FOR BREAKFAST?
THE BIBLE
RETIRED JERSEYS
(Alex: Obviously, a reference to sports.)
WORD PUZZLES
WITCHCRAFT
    $100 8
A cottage in Yealmpton purports to be the residence of this nursery rhyme housekeeper
    $100 5
If you're watching your cholesterol, you can make the Denver type of this with egg whites only
    $100 1
This prophet passed the time he spent inside a fish offering up prayers
    $100 26
Edmonton Oilers
No. 99
    $100 11
Part of our national Pledge of Allegiance:
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GOD
ONE NATION
    $100 20
This 4-letter word for a witch's potion is also a slang term for a beer
    $200 9
It's the nickname of the Central Criminal Court of the city of London
    $200 6
Indulge yourself on one of these fruit-filled pastries, even if it's not really from Copenhagen
    $200 18
It's what God "did there confound" to frustrate the building of the Tower of Babel
    $200 27
Los Angeles Lakers
No. 33
    $200 12
Financial status of our writers before joining "Jeopardy!":
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DEdeeplyBT
    $200 21
Until Dorothy showed up, these small folks toiled as slaves for Oz' Wicked Witch of the East
    $300 10
In 1963 this London theatre became the temporary home of the National Theatre
    $300 16
Cash in on a plateful of these small pancakes with a monetary name
    $300 2
When Miriam displeases God in Numbers 12, she comes down with a case of this dreaded skin disease
    $300 30
Miami Dolphins
No. 13
    $300 13
Where some firing squads take place:
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UP THE
---------WALL
    DD: $900 22
Shakespeare may have written this 1606 play in part to appeal to King James I's interest in witchcraft
    $400 19
Dates in England before 1752 are described as this if they are left in the Julian calendar
    $400 17
This favorite from Denny's comes with 2 eggs, 2 hotcakes, 2 slices of bacon & 2 sausage links
    $400 3
In Exodus 19, God says that if the children of Israel keep this bargain, they'll be a "peculiar treasure"
    $400 28
Boston Celtics
No. 33
    $400 14
Someone to be avoided , especially if you're Julius Caesar:
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REBBATS
    $400 23
She's the fun-loving, formerly cigar-smoking witch of newspaper comics
    $500 25
They're worn by businessmen who want to be recognizable to their former classmates
    $500 7
Grab one of these cereal bars from Kellogg's, either the original or the twist
    $500 4
Paul wrote his first letter to the people of this Greek port after he spent a year & a half there
    $500 29
Kansas City Royals
No. 5
    $500 15
The delayed & often undesirable results of a stimulus:
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EFFECTS THE
    $500 24
One "testing" device for suspected witches was this stool

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Michael Jolynn Brian
$2,000 -$400 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jolynn Brian
$3,100 -$600 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CINEMA
AKRONYMS
(Alex: Notice the "K" there.)
SCANDALOUS WOMEN
REPETITION AGAIN
IF THEY WERE MUSICALS...
WHICH CRAFT?
    $200 14
Promoter Carl Denham billed this inhabitant of Skull Island as the "Eighth Wonder of the World"
    $200 3
In 1870 B.F. Goodrich brought to Akron this industry that eventually dominated the city
    $200 17
Marie-Louise gave birth to another man's children after this man, her husband, was exiled on Elba
    $200 15
It was Cyndi Lauper's first No. 1 hit
    $200 4
The musical based on this Coleridge poem could include the catchy "Why'd Hafta Go and Shoot the Bird?"
    $400 13
In this film Jim Carrey's Stanley Ipkiss transforms into a zoot-suited superdude who acts out his alter ego's fantasies
    $400 16
Dion Boucicault's play "Belle Lamar" is said to be based on Belle Boyd, imprisoned as a spy during this war
    $400 5
"That Rascal Raskolnikov" sings Petrovich while awaiting a confession in the musical based on this novel
    $400 24
It's the French-derived name for the craft that produced the object seen here
    $600 12
Some TV prints of this 1959 film expand to widescreen format for the chariot race only
    DD: $1,000 27
You could take 12 steps up the walk of Dr. Bob's home in Akron, a museum of memorabilia of this organization
    $600 1
During his 1920 presidential campaign, a big payoff kept Carrie Phillips quiet about her affair with him
    $600 19
It's the book of love poems by King Solomon
    DD: $700 6
As a musical, this Poe tale ends with Roderick & Madeline singing, "Our house, in the middle of a lake"
    $600 21
The craft of encasing tomes, especially in fine leather
    $800 11
This prison film starring Tim Robbins is based on a Stephen King story
    $800 26
Akron lies on this river famous for catching fire at Cleveland
    $800 9
The power-hungry Duchess of Portsmouth may have been the most disliked mistress of this "Merry Monarch"
    $800 18
How a dramatist is paid, or a job for a sports announcer
    $800 7
In this Chekhov-based show, Olga, Masha, & Irina have the high-kicking number "Moscow, Here We Come"
    $800 22
In 1912 Picasso helped popularize this artistic craft seen here
    $1000 10
Country star Clint Black played a "sweet-faced gambler" in this western based on a James Garner TV series
    $1000 25
This man began his news empire, later merged with Ridder's, by buying the Akron Beacon Journal
    $1000 2
Bianca Capello marred into this famed Florentine famliy by passing off another woman's baby as her own
    $1000 20
This revue "by Sondheim" was once guest-hosted on Broadway by Kukla & Ollie
    $1000 8
"Stop and Smell the Cake and Tea" is a showstopping number in the musical based on this 7-part Proust work
    $1000 23
From the Latin for "stonecutter", it's the cutting, polishing & engraving of gemstones

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Jolynn Brian
$7,600 $0 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD RECORDS
In May 2000 Babu Chhiri, a Sherpa, set a record doing the last portion of this in about 16 hours

Final scores:

Michael Jolynn Brian
$12,600 $0 $6,100
2-day champion: $15,900 3rd place: Skagen Denmark Shopping Spree 2nd place: Trip to Mazatlan, Mexico courtesy of Yahoo! Travel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Jolynn Brian
$8,500 $0 $7,000
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
7 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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