Show #3912 - Tuesday, September 11, 2001

Pre-empted in many markets in its original run for September 11th news coverage. Aired on GSN on 2005-06-21.

Contestants

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Kevin Laude, a telecommunications consultant from Mission Viejo, California

Nancy Casbeer, a law student originally from Forest City, Arkansas

Ramsey Campbell, a writer from Newport Beach, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
U.S. CITY SONGS
WEAPONS OF WAR
LET'S NOT SPREAD 'EM AROUND
GIVE PEAS A CHANCE
GOODWILL TOWARD "MEN"
    $100 6
Gauguin's mom was Peruvian, & from 1851 to 1855 he lived with her in this capital city
    $100 11
It's "my kind of town"
    $100 1
This projectile's name comes from the Late Latin for "pomegranate"
    $100 21
Isolated in 1983, the virus that causes AIDS is known today by this acronym
    $100 26
In his heredity experiments this 19th century monk cross-pollinated garden pea plants
    $100 16
A mint-tasting compound from peppermint oil
    $200 7
In 1766 George Stubbs, a noted painter of these animals, published a book on their anatomy
    $200 12
In 1976 Billy Joel was in this city's "state of mind"
    $200 2
These rifle additions gained their first prominence in the 17th century
    $200 22
Seeing Koplik's spots on the inside of your cheeks is a sign you've "spotted" this viral infection
    $200 27
It's the husk that peas come in & may be edible
    $200 17
An experienced advisor & teacher
    $300 8
Masterpieces in this Manhattan museum include "Starry Night" & "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon"
    $300 13
In a 1932 standard, it's the city you "shuffle off to"
    $300 3
A 15th-century drawing of the medieval variety of this siege weapon is seen here
    $300 23
It's the B form of this inflammation of the liver that's spread by some kinds of personal contact
    $300 28
This sea-faring fashion seen here is popular with sailors & fishermen
    $300 18
A high-IQ organization
    $400 9
This abstract artist's method of applying paint, as in "Autumn Rhythm", earned him the nickname "Jack the Dripper"
    $400 14
The song "Way Down Yonder In" this city goes way back to 1922
    $400 4
Alphanumeric designation of the American standard used in Vietnam, seen here
    DD: $2,900 24
A fatal form of blood poisoning in cattle, or the group that recorded the 1985 album "Spreading the Disease"
    $400 29
In an Edward Lear nonsense poem, this title duo goes to sea in a pea-green boat
    $400 19
A wild animal exhibit
    $500 10
This American woman scoffed at charges that her close-up paintings of flowers had sexual imagery
    $500 15
Glen Campbell had hits all over the map: Phoenix, Wichita & this Texas city
    $500 5
It's the impressive weapon seen here that can take off & land vertically
    $500 25
This lung disease, isolated in 1882, has been found in an ancient mummy, so there should be hieroglyphic Christmas Seals
    $500 30
Widely cultivated for their edible seeds, these peas are also called garbanzos
    $500 20
Chemical element 101

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

Ramsey Nancy Kevin
$2,200 $400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ramsey Nancy Kevin
$600 $900 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN FOLKLORE
MOVIE ROLES
COUNTRIES IN SPANISH
SINGING STYLES
B.C. PEOPLE
REDUNDANCY & REPETITION
    $200 1
Traveling on foot, he planted apple orchards all over the Middle West
    $200 6
(Hi, I'm Seth Green.) He played my dad in both of the "Austin Powers" movies
    $200 16
Sudafrica
    $200 21
The type of establishment represented here, or a style of four-part harmony singing
    $200 11
At the Academy, Plato nicknamed this student "The Reader" because of his love of books
    $200 26
Technically, it's superfluous to use this word after "chili"
    $400 2
Febold Feboldson was a giant who performed amazing feats on the plains of Nebraska & this "Sunflower State"
    $400 7
Anne Archer received an Oscar nomination for playing Michael Douglas' wife in this thriller
    $400 17
Argelia
    $400 22
A singing style practiced in Tuva in Central Asia is named for this body part, which must get "sore"
    $400 12
Known for his theory of right triangles, he believed that the planets create their own sounds in their orbits
    $400 27
This word found on signs before "pit" & "trench" is superfluous; it's an inherent quality of pits & trenches
    $600 3
This lumberjack's tales appeared in a 1914 booklet published by the Red River Lumber Company of Minneapolis
    $600 8
Elvis made his feature film debut as Clint Reno in this 1956 western
    $600 18
Libano
    DD: $1,200 23
Tremolo is sometimes used synonymously with this other Italian term for a "quavering" effect
    $600 13
Of the 23 Ptolemys who ruled Egypt, she was the only one who bothered to learn the Egyptian language
    $600 28
A Toronto institution is somewhat redundantly named this "for Sick Children"
    $800 4
Folk tales of this legendary keelboatman began appearing shortly after his 1823 death
    $800 9
Private dick Steve Martin interacts with clips from '40s noir films in this 1982 crime comedy
    $800 19
Suecia
    $800 24
In 1933 it had to be Bing Crosby who introduced the song "Learn To" do this
    $800 14
In 221 B.C. he took command of the Carthaginian Army in Spain from his brother-in-law
    $800 29
It's redundant to refer to this "system of measurement", since the word means "relating to measurement"
    $1000 5
This Texas cowboy who used a Bowie knife as a teething ring was created by journalist Edward O'Reilly in 1923
    $1000 10
In a 1982 movie, Jessica Lange played this actress of the '30s & '40s who was institutionalized & lobotomized
    $1000 20
Paises Bajos
    $1000 25
Appropriate nickname of singer Jay Hawkins, heard here
    $1000 15
The "Histories" of this "Father of History" told of the Persian Empire's invasions of Greece in 490 & 480 B.C.
    DD: $300 30
This common legal order to terminate an activity includes 2 synonyms for "stop"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ramsey Nancy Kevin
$3,600 $5,000 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

VOLCANOS
Of the U.S. states with active volcanos, this state is farthest south

Final scores:

Ramsey Nancy Kevin
$5,001 $1,500 $8,100
2nd place 3rd place New champion: $8,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ramsey Nancy Kevin
$7,700 $5,700 $4,100
25 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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