Show #3779 - Thursday, January 25, 2001

Contestants

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Jeremy Ochsenbein, an urban planner from Encino, California

Ron Shinkman, a journalist from Sherman Oaks, California

Jim Britton, an agricultural researcher from Butte, Montana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE FLAGS
STYLISH CELEBRITIES
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
YOU GOTTA HAVE FAITH
STRIKE!
WHILE THE "IRON" IS HOT
    $100 14
The 8 stripes on its flag represent the 8 main islands
    $100 11
She was busting out all over in bustiers by Jean Paul Gaultier on her "Blond Ambition" tour
    $100 17
Of the mother duck's offspring, he was the best swimmer
    $100 26
It's the original paradise recorded in Genesis
    $100 6
In bowling, a turkey is this many strikes
    $100 1
Slang for a steam-powered railroad locomotive
    $200 19
This state's flag, adopted in 1839, was the third design used when it was a republic
    $200 12
She really is a "Working Girl" now selling goddess dresses & beads on her website
    $200 18
She froze to death on New Year's Eve, but not before seeing visions of a Christmas tree & her grandmother
    $200 27
One who divines by examining the creases in a person's hand
    $200 7
When you "strike" this fuel, natural gas mixed in with it can expand & propel it upward through the drill bore
    $200 2
It began about 1500 B.C., period
    $300 20
The grizzly bear prominently featured on this state's flag dates back to 1846
    $300 13
Supermodel Niki Taylor hit the "bull's eye" in 2000 with her own line of clothing for this chain
    $300 23
In one Andersen tale, a one-legged toy soldier made of this was in love with a dancing paper doll
    $300 28
3-word term for verbalizing incomprehensible, nonhuman or mystical language while in a state of ecstasy
    $300 8
It strikes when electric potential in the atmosphere tops 10,000 volts per centimeter
    $300 3
A 19th century warship armored with metal plates
    $400 21
State whose flag is seen here
(in the Southwest)
    $400 15
(Hi, I'm Vanna White with designer Pamela Dennis) In 1999 this daughter of an Aerosmith singer wore a gorgeous Pamela Dennis gown to the Oscars
    DD: $500 24
Tale in which one of the villains asks, "Has your majesty ever worn a shirt so light and of such splendid colour?"
    $400 29
A member of a Muslim religious order known for its frenzied, whirling devotional practices
    $400 9
Something that sounds familiar strikes one of these musical combinations
    $400 4
A medieval torture device shaped like a human body
    $500 22
It's the only state with a different design on the reverse of its flag: a yellow beaver
    $500 16
This brunette beauty won an Emmy for "Once and Again" in an eye-popping black leather bodice
    $500 25
She slept in a polished walnut shell, using blue violet petals as a mattress & a rose petal for a quilt
    $500 30
This "Green" is a heaven reserved for sailors, not violinists
    $500 10
For striking in 1981 in defiance of his orders, this man fired 11,345 members of the air traffic controllers' union
    $500 5
Bismarck's moniker

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

Jim Ron Jeremy
$1,300 $400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ron Jeremy
$2,400 $1,800 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1860s
ALMOST REAL
ON THE ROAD WITH BOB & BING
20th CENTURY ARCHITECTURE
CLASSICAL COMPOSITIONS
(Alex: Talking about music.)
FAMOUS PAIRS
    $200 1
East met west when the final spike of this was hammered in at Promontory, Utah
    $200 7
Amusing rhyme time name for phony currency
    $200 26
Bing sells Bob to a slave trader in "Road to" this north African country
    $200 8
What Albert Speer was to Hitler, Marcello Piacentini was to this man
    $200 19
Zafred, Faccio & Mercadante all wrote these based on "Hamlet"
    $200 4
Game in which you'd hear the phrase "Ready or not, here I come"
    $400 2
This Swede came up with a dynamite invention & patented it in 1867
    $400 11
A superficial illusion of something, or the front of a building
    $400 30
In "Road to" this South American city, Bob asks Dorothy Lamour, "How did you get into that dress -- with a spraygun?"
    $400 15
Native country of the appropriately named progressive architect Rem Koolhaas
    $400 20
Schumann's "Nachtlied" is a "Night" this
    $400 9
Sewing items felt by a foot waking up
    $600 3
In 1865 William Booth founded what would become this organization
    $600 12
This computer-generated Gungan from Naboo didn't get good reviews from the "Star Wars" fans
    $600 29
In 1940, the first "Road" movie found Bing & Bob swearing off women & hiding out in this Asian city-state
    $600 16
L.A. residents fondly nicknamed Cesar Pelli's Pacific Design Center, seen here, after this huge animal
    $600 21
Mozart wrote over 20 for piano & orchestra, including the "Coronation" one
    $600 10
Colorful (or is it colorless?) phrase meaning clear-cut, without a doubt
    $800 5
This "Equality State" was still a territory when it gave women the right to vote in 1869
    $800 13
This training device puts a pilot in a replica of a cockpit
    $800 27
Lush trappings & jungle perils dogged Bob & Bing's heels when they took the "Road to" this Indonesian island
    DD: $2,000 17
I.M. Pei's L'Enfant Plaza opened to acclaim in this city in 1968
    $800 22
Term for Schubert's "Death and the Maiden", heard here, or the type of group playing it
    $800 24
Now referring to a rule that's rigidly enforced, it used to refer to a ship that had run aground
    $1000 6
With 1,000 Redshirts to cover his back, he captured Sicily & Naples in 1860
    $1000 14
From the German for "a substitute", it's the term for something like a coffee made from grain
    DD: $3,000 28
The quest for an African diamond mine is taken up by Bob & Bing in "Road to" this Tanzanian region
    $1000 18
In 1906 this partner of McKim & Mead built a Presbyterian church & was killed by a jealous husband
    $1000 23
Tchaikovsky wrote these "On A Rococo Theme"
    $1000 25
This phrase for decided & fixed comes from how herbs were sold

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ron Jeremy
$8,200 $8,600 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTISTS
Bertrand Russell said that "What Galileo and Newton were to the 17th century," this man "was to the 19th"

Final scores:

Jim Ron Jeremy
$4,200 $16,401 $100
2nd place: Trip to Los Cabos, Mexico courtesy of Yahoo! Travel New champion: $16,401 3rd place: Meade ETX90 Telescope

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jim Ron Jeremy
$6,200 $7,300 $2,000
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,500

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