Show #3776 - Monday, January 22, 2001

Contestants

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Jenny Fielding, a marketing coordinator from Beverly, Massachusetts

Mike Emerman, a campaign administrator from Boston, Massachusetts

Gina Morse, a high school librarian from Elmira, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

AFTER THE WHITE HOUSE
NETWORKING
(Alex: We'll give you the shows, you have to name the network on which they appear.)
WILD KINGDOM
IN THE BOOKSTORE
WE'RE OFF TO SEA
THE WIZARD OF "O"s
    $100 21
In 1999 he celebrated his 75th birthday by jumping from a plane over the grounds of his Texas library
    $100 6
"Movies in Time",
"Time Lab 2000",
"History Undercover"
    $100 16
This bird of prey is the national symbol of 2 North American countries
    $100 1
"A Killing on" this "Street: An Investment Mystery" is part financial advice & part whodunit
    $100 26
To get underway we'll "weigh" this large metal device that's been holding our ship in place
    $100 11
Jack Ruby fatally shot him November 24, 1963
    $200 22
He not only designed the buildings for the University of Virginia, he also chose the faculty & curriculum
    $200 7
"Up Close",
"Sportscenter",
"NBA 2Night"
    $200 17
Thought to be reincarnations of Hindu saints, rats roam free in a temple in this country's city of Deshnoke
    $200 2
She called her book "Vittorio the Vampire" a vampire version of "Romeo and Juliet"
    $200 27
This record of our ship's journey sounds like a large section of a tree trunk
    $200 12
It's Rhode Island's watery nickname
    $300 23
An avid golfer, he scored a hole-in-one during a round in Palm Springs in 1968
    $300 8
"Jailbait",
"120 Minutes",
"Celebrity Deathmatch"
    $300 18
Since it's only 1 inch in length, "taming" the Etruscan type of this animal might be difficult
    $300 3
"In Our Humble Opinion" collects the rants & raves of Click & Clack, the motormouth hosts of this NPR show
    $300 28
It's the person who gives detailed information on our course ahead; Abel Tasman was a famous one
    $300 13
It's the last name of NBA great Hakeem
    $400 24
In 1913 he headed to the Brazilian jungle for a 7-month-long expedition
    $400 9
"Inside NASCAR",
"Grand Ole Opry Live",
"Bill Dance Outdoors"
    $400 19
The white-headed variety of this high-flying scavenger is seen here
    DD: $500 4
The title of William F. Buckley's novel "The Redhunter" refers to this man who made some see red in the '50s
    $400 29
If we get bored, on board, we can always play this classic board game seen here
("You sunk my...")
    $400 14
These native North American people are also known as the Chippewa
    $500 25
He went on to preside over the American Bar Association & over the Supreme Court of the U.S.
    $500 10
"First Wave",
"Farscape",
"Lexx"
    $500 20
The greater wax & lesser wax types of this insect are major enemies of bees; their larvae eat the hive!
    $500 5
This author's "Original Whistle Stop Cafe Cookbook" tells how to make fried green tomatoes
    $500 30
On our trip we'll be entering one of these gated canal sections in which water levels are raised & lowered
    $500 15
He's best-known for his plays "Waiting for Lefty" & "Golden Boy"

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

Gina Mike Jenny
$1,500 $800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gina Mike Jenny
$1,700 $2,500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS
"A" IN COLLEGE
WISH I'D SEEN THAT MUSICAL!
FAMOUS ARTS
IT'S OUR ISLAND
(Alex: We want you to name the country that controls each place.)
SPEAK OF THE DEAD
    $200 6
Time Magazine named him the "Person of the Century"
    $200 4
On its Tempe campus, you'll find the Herberger Center for Design Excellence & Sun Devil Stadium
    $200 3
Orson Welles, Cole Porter songs & a train wreck were highlights of "Around the World", based on this novel
    $200 12
In 1992 this columnist won a lawsuit which held that his idea was the basis for the movie "Coming to America"
    $200 26
Hong Kong
    $200 1
An ancient belief says this bird "sings before death" (& maybe dances by the lake)
    $400 8
Astronomer Pierre Janssen discovered this element while studying a solar eclipse
    $400 7
(Here's former NFL star Kevin Greene) I played for the Tigers of this Alabama school whose name is also a color
    $400 5
"Her First Roman" starred Richard Kiley as Julius Caesar & Leslie Uggams as this captivating queen
    $400 22
This game show host didn't put guests in "Jeopardy!" as an usher at David Eisenhower & Julie Nixon's wedding
    $400 27
Elba
    $400 2
Oscar Wilde's reported last words, "One of us must go", meant him or this
    $600 9
If you know he's "The Father of the Kodak", say Cheese!
    $600 14
In 1986 gunmen abducted the acting comptroller at this school -- the one in Beirut, not in Washington, D.C.
    DD: $500 15
Saints alive! Ann Reinking starred as this saint in "Goodtime Charley", opposite Joel Grey as the Dauphin
    DD: $800 23
Born in 1895, he made the diagram seen here part of American culture
(dance steps)
    $600 28
Pitcairn
    $600 13
Completes the Stevie Smith line, "I was much further out than you thought/and not waving but" this
    $800 10
His supercomputer earned him a place in the National Inventors Hall of Fame
    $800 18
It follows "Gustavus" in the name of a St. Peter, Minnesota school
    $800 16
TV's Herman Munster, he co-starred with Stephen Collins & Meat Loaf in the 1974 musical "More Than You Deserve"
    $800 24
In 1992 this Washington Redskin became the NFL's career receptions leader with his 820th catch
    $800 20
"The great thing about the dead, they make space", he wrote in "Rabbit is Rich"
    $1000 11
The company founded by this plow maker is today the world's leading producer of agricultural equipment
    $1000 19
The Delphian is the student newspaper of this Garden City, New York university
    $1000 17
The 1969 musical "Come Summer" reunited Ray Bolger with this Wicked Witch co-star from "The Wizard of Oz"
    $1000 25
He's the jazz pianist heard here
    $1000 21
Poet who implored you, "Do not go gentle into that good night/old age should burn and rave at close of day"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gina Mike Jenny
$3,800 $5,300 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD MONUMENTS
A statue of Chang & Eng Bunker stands in Samut Songkram in this country

Final scores:

Gina Mike Jenny
$2,200 $7,601 $4,200
3rd place: Zenith 36" High-Resolution Television New champion: $7,601 2nd place: Trip to Cancun courtesy of Yahoo! Travel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gina Mike Jenny
$3,900 $6,000 $2,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $12,100

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