Show #3915 - Friday, September 14, 2001

Mark Dawson game 1.

Contestants

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Mark Dawson, a business manager from Chamblee, Georgia

Marielsa Ruiz, a flight attendant from New York, New York

Jennifer Hartford, an insurance adjuster from West Covina, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANAGRAMMED WORLD CAPITALS
FAMOUS PAIRS
IN THE MARCH 28, 2000 NEWSPAPER
(Alex: I hope you remember that edition.)
THAT'S A FACT!
PROFESSORS
THE HIGH & THE MIGHTY
    $100 9
In Asia:
OK TOY
    $100 1
In a Sinatra song, "Love and marriage go together like" these 2 things
    $100 17
The AP reported this Iraqi leader's son won 99.99% of the vote in his National Assembly race
    $100 2
To save energy, L.A. is changing this color traffic lights bulbs to LEDs, as on average, they're on the longest
    $100 16
"GYN/Ecology" author Mary Daly has fought Boston College for the right to exclude these people from class
    $100 22
It's the C of BMOC
    $200 12
In South America:
AS I TANGO
    $200 7
Tools of the trade for William Tell & Cupid
    $200 18
In business, Cisco edged this rival led by the world's richest man to become the world's most valuable company
    $200 3
This South Carolinian wasn't on the ballot for a U.S. senator in 1954, but won as a write-in
    $200 24
John Kenneth Galbraith is the Paul M. Warburg professor emeritus of this at Harvard
    $200 23
From their businesswear, the executives in the office are known as these
    $300 13
In the Americas:
MY TOXIC ICE
    $300 8
This company has cleaned up with such products as Bold, Comet & Camay soap
    $300 19
Turning to sports, the Braves denied rumors about trading this controversial lefty to a foreign team, the Expos
    $300 4
The origin of these instruments goes back to 55-gallon oil containers discarded by U.S. military bases
    $300 25
MIT genius Norbert Wiener was famous as one of these, also a Fred MacMurray title role
    $300 26
Don't monkey with the 800-pound one of these
    $400 14
On the Mediterranean:
HE'S TAN
    $400 10
"Reunited" & "Shake Your Groove Thing" were big hits for this R&B pair
    $400 20
In entertainment, he was free to go to "Wall Street" or "Spin City" for that matter; his probation ended
    $400 5
These holidays were first celebrated in the U.S. May 10, 1908 & June 19, 1910
    $400 27
Karl Barth began publishing "church dogmatics" as professor of this -ology at Bonn
    $500 15
In North Africa:
LIP RIOT
    DD: $600 11
This retailer that once specialized in outdoor gear outfitted Teddy Roosevelt & Robert Peary for their expeditions
    $500 21
In the funnies, this strip was a rerun; its creator might have been on vacation with his wife Jane Pauley
    $500 6
In 1993, this kids' book line came under fire when one of the people you could find in it was a topless woman on a beach
    $500 28
He advanced his behaviorist view as a Johns Hopkins psych prof from 1908 to 1920

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jennifer Marielsa Mark
$1,600 -$300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Marielsa Mark
$1,800 $0 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

WHO LET THE DOGS OUT?
(Alex: Woof... woof... woof.)
WHAT'S MY LINE?
(Alex: We want you to complete each line of poetry for us.)
WHERE THE "BOY"s ARE?
WHEN WAS THAT, BORIS?
WHY DID THEY MAKE THIS MOVIE?
HOW DO YOU WORK THIS THING?
    $200 2
Designed to prevent wild dogs from killing sheep, the 3,300-mile-long "Dog Fence" in this country is the world's longest
    $200 1
Kipling:
"By the livin' gawd that made you, you're a better man than I am,..."
    $200 12
A restaurant employee who clears away dirty dishes
    $200 20
Czar Alexander II freed the serfs in this year, the same year the U.S. Civil War began
    $200 17
The 1973 film adaptation of this Richard Bach novel was "strictly for the birds"
    $200 5
Insert the metal fitting into the buckle & tighten by pulling on the loose end of the strap
    $400 3
Like ducks, the Portuguese water dog & the Chesapeake Bay retreiver have this distinctive kind of feet
    $400 27
Ernest Lawrence Thayer:
"But there is no joy in Mudville..."
    $400 13
To abstain from using or buying something as a form of protest
    $400 23
Of 1447, 1547 or 1647, the year Ivan the Terrible was crowned the first czar of Russia
    $400 18
Leonard Maltin complained that this 1980 Western, a debacle for Michael Cimino, was missing just one thing: a story
    $400 7
Insert in drain; crank handle clockwise while moving wire to dislodge clog; hike up pants
    DD: $1,200 4
When he lived in Glendale, California as a young boy, John Wayne's family had an Airedale named this
    $600 14
It's the title of the 1941 hit song heard here

"He was a top man at his craft /
But then his number came up /
And he was gone with the draft /
He's in the Army now /
A-blowin’ reveille..."
    $600 24
From 1712 to 1918, this metropolis served as Russia's capital city
    $600 19
Patrick Swayze is a world-class bouncer (with a Ph.D. in philosophy!) in this 1989 action flick
    $600 8
Fold the left side over the right across your chest & tie it in place with an obi
    $800 6
George W. Bush's springer spaniel Spot is the daughter of this dog once owned by Barbara Bush
    $800 15
This adjective often used of Liberace can mean resplendent or marked by striking audacity
    $800 25
In this year, 3 years after the Revolution began, the Bolsheviks decisively defeated their rivals, the Whites
    $800 21
This comic returns to Earth in the form of Benji to solve his own murder in 1980's "Oh, Heavenly Dog!"
    $800 10
Lean it against your right shoulder, pluck the strings with both hands, work the pedals with your feet
    $1000 9
In Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar " Mark Antony declares "Cry 'Havoc' and let slip" these canines
    $1000 16
It's the prickly bramble seen here
    $1000 26
Beginning an 18-month war with Russia, this nation launched a surprise attack on Port Arthur in February 1904
    $1000 22
Rex Reed gets a sex change operation & becomes Raquel Welch in this 1970 Mae West film
    DD: $500 11
Despite the name, heat the water in the bottom pan only to a simmer so it doesn't bubble over

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Marielsa Mark
$7,600 $200 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMER'S DICTIONARY
This word comes from a Greek phrase meaning "circle of animals"

Final scores:

Jennifer Marielsa Mark
$9,000 $0 $13,599
2nd place: trip to Hong Kong & stay at Regal Hong Kong Hotel 3rd place: Pinseeker his or hers golf clubs New champion: $13,599

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jennifer Marielsa Mark
$7,600 $200 $7,500
22 R,
4 W
7 R,
6 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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