Show #3784 - Thursday, February 1, 2001

Contestants

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Jenny Scharf, an author and physics teacher from Virginia Beach, Virginia

Andrew Greenbaum, a stay-at-home dad from Coppell, Texas

Mark Stacy, a newspaper copy editor from Morgantown, West Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE HISTORY CHANNEL
DIANA ROSS
THE COMPUTER AGE
CONSTELLATIONS
EAT YOUR VEGGIES
CROSSWORD CLUES "K"
    $100 11
The program on this country "& Iraq" includes the 1997 election of moderate Mohammed Khatami as president
    $100 22
Diana played a fashion designer in this 1975 film & also sang its theme, "Do You Know Where You're Going To"
    $100 10
According to Moore's Law, named for a founder of Intel, these double in power roughly every 18 months
    $100 14
Dutch astronomer Petrus Plancius named Columba for the dove sent out by this Biblical character
    $100 6
Paris Silverskins are the small ones of these used in Gibson cocktails
    $100 1
Tissue trademark
(7)
    $200 12
From the "Founding Fathers" series, the following is a look at the composition of this document:

"He's got a copy of the draft of the Virginia constitution and old writings for the Continental Congress and puts them together"
    $200 23
In March 2000 Diana inducted this lady who sang the blues into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    $200 18
Dan Bricklin developed VISICALC, the first of these programs, similar to an accounting ledger
    $200 27
With this constellation winding around it, Ursa Minor must hope it isn't fire-breathing
    $200 7
Yes, they were named after the capital of Peru
    $200 2
Kith's partner
(3)
    $300 15
The channel's website tells us that this country's King Carlos was assassinated on Feb. 1 in 1908
    $300 24
This No. 1 hit that Diana sang with the Supremes was later recorded by Phil Collins in a 1982 hit
    $300 19
Coherent & Xenix are 2 of these, part of the abbreviation in the better-known MS-DOS
    $300 28
The brightest star in Bootes is this color giant & is 100 times more luminous than the sun
    $300 8
In Asian cuisine, sprouts are from beans & shoots are usually from this
    $300 3
Granny, or Gordian
(4)
    $400 16
The show on the transatlantic cable was subtitled "2500 Miles of" this elemental metal
    $400 25
The most successful duet of the '80s was this ballad that Diana recorded with Lionel Richie
    $400 20
This programming language was named for calculating-machine inventor Blaise
    DD: $500 29
The Pup is the companion to this star in Canis Major
    $400 9
The Dutch type of this is white, as it's grown underground; the American is green, as the spears are grown above
    $400 4
A medieval foot soldier, or composer Jerome
(4)
    $500 17
One show covered this Vietnam battle where Springsteen "had a brother" in "Born In The U.S.A."
    $500 26
The 1985 hit heard here was a tribute to this singer:

"Oooh, ooh, I'm missing you /
Tell me where the road turns..."
    $500 21
Among Internet users, the World Wide Web has surpassed the system named for this burrowing rodent
    $500 13
Antoine-Auguste Parmentier pushed this tuber on Louis XVI; now Parmentier in a recipe means "with" it
    $500 5
Pakistan's principal port
(7)

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

Mark Andrew Jenny
$1,400 $700 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Andrew Jenny
$2,400 $1,600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CHANNEL HISTORY
(Alex: Not THE HISTORY CHANNEL.)
ART MUSEUMS
POETS WHO RHYME
(Alex: Example: Canterbury Tales author who rhymes with a dish: Chaucer (Saucer).)
DISNEY FILM VOICES
QUOTATIONS
"CAN" IT!
    $200 16
4 English Channel lighthouses have been built on the Eddystone Rocks, famed cause of these disasters
    $200 26
2 old palaces in Barcelona house a museum of this cubist's works
    $200 21
19th century lord whose last name rhymes with deer meat
    $200 5
Buddy Hackett played Scuttle the Seagull in this seagoing fairy tale in 1989
    $200 11
At the 1988 Democratic Convention he said, "We are all precious in God's sight--the real Rainbow Coalition"
    $200 1
In 1973 Cape Kennedy's name reverted to this
    $400 17
The Cinque Ports, an 11th century confederation, were Sandwich, Dover, Hythe, Romney & this 1066 battle site
    $400 27
This prestigious art museum in London recently opened a new & separate gallery of modern art
    $400 22
Irish poet who rhymes with wooden boxes for packing
    $400 6
Rosie O'Donnell went "ape" as the voice of Terk in this 1999 adventure
    $400 12
Advice from this American author: "When angry, count four; when very angry, swear"
    $400 2
Served as an appetizer, they're crackers or pieces of bread garnished with tasty toppings
    $600 18
These air-cushion vehicles that were "full of eels" in a Monty Python sketch first crossed the Channel in 1959
    $600 28
It houses the largest collection of art in the Netherlands
    $600 23
Ode-acious poet who rhymes with red root vegetables
    $600 7
Seen here, Charles Kimbrough was Jim Dial on "Murphy Brown" when he won the role of a gargoyle in this film
    $600 13
In 1939 Churchill said the action of Russia "is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside" this
    $600 3
"Sweet" term for a teen girl who does volunteer work at a hospital
    $800 19
Victor Hugo lived for 15 years on this Channel Island, the largest after Jersey
    DD: $600 29
If you get a chance, visit the Munch Museum in this world capital; it's a real scream!
    $800 24
"Gunga Din" author who rhymes with habitual drinking
    $800 8
(Hi, I'm Donny Osmond.) I provided the singing voice of Captain Shang for this 1998 animated Disney film
    DD: $800 14
This innovative American director said, "Everybody denies I am a genius--but nobody ever called me one!"
    $800 4
"Sweet Thursday" is John Steinbeck's sequel to this novel
    $1000 20
On Aug. 19, 1942 an Allied force took heavy casualties in an attack on this fort fortified by Germans
    $1000 25
New Englander who rhymes with a price or sacrifice
    $1000 9
Young Kathryn Beaumont was so good as the voice of this title girl in 1951 that she got to play Wendy in "Peter Pan", too
    $1000 15
In "The Power of Myth" he says, "Follow your bliss"
    $1000 10
He painted the view of Venice seen here:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Andrew Jenny
$5,800 $2,600 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
The promotional slogan of this territory is "Where America's Day Begins"

Final scores:

Mark Andrew Jenny
$5,300 $2 $400
2-day champion: $10,900 3rd place: Eagle Creek luggage gift certificate 2nd place: Trip to Switzerland

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Andrew Jenny
$5,800 $3,400 $3,600
18 R,
1 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,800

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