Show #3895 - Friday, July 6, 2001

Contestants

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Mark Horner, a truck driver from Big Bear Lake, California

Chris Soth, a small business owner originally from Northfield, Minnesota

Pat Phillips, an administrative assistant from Brea, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

BOOK LEARNIN'
FORDS ON FILM
1973
TRIVIALICIOUS
NATIONAL FOODS
(Alex: Each response will contain a nationality.)
BEASTLY RHYME TIME
    $100 12
In the Grimm Bros. version, the Evil Queen uses a tight-fitting corset to try & kill this pure young woman
    $100 7
The 2000 AFI Lifetime Achievement Award went to this Indiana Jones actor
    $100 26
In April of 1973 many went through a blue period mourning this artist's death at the age of 91
    $100 6
Second from the sun, it's also the only planet that rotates in a retrograde motion
    $100 1
Pray tell! You'll find slices of this "holey" product on a Reuben sandwich
    $100 17
A loud call of distress by a "rainbow" fish
    $200 13
Winston Smith lives in Oceania in this George Orwell work
    $200 8
Credits on 1935's "The Informer" include Francis Ford as Flynn & this director, Francis' brother
    $200 30
One of 1973's top-grossing films was this music-packed feature set in the summer of '62
    $200 23
The first product to have a bar code was a pack of this company's gum
    $200 2
This breakfast favorite is sliced bread soaked in an egg mixture & lightly fried
    $200 18
Long-handled garden tool for collecting boas & pythons
    $300 14
"They Were Expendable" & "Thirty Seconds Over Toyko" are books that take place during this war
    $300 9
Ford Sterling ineptly enforced the law as the chief of these silent movie policemen
    DD: $2,500 27
In October, on this holy day, war erupted in the Middle East
    $300 22
Daniel Boone & Betsy Ross are the only real people ever to have been the head on these candy dispensers
    $300 3
These ground beef treats in a brown sauce make the "rounds" at parties & at smorgasbords
    $300 19
A pleasurable stroll for a bird of prey
    $400 15
This character from "Winnie the Pooh" is a small oinker
    $400 10
He's the star seen here
    $400 28
In this landmark case, the Supreme Court handed down its controversial ruling on abortion
    $400 24
The first CD pressed for sale in the United States was this album by Bruce Springsteen
    $400 4
For a picnic in Hamburg pack plenty of this tuber treat mixed with bacon & vinegar; eat it hot or cold!
    $400 20
A dramatic part for a burrowing mammal
    $500 16
In his "Anthology" he created Lucinda Matlock of the town of Spoon River
    $500 11
Paul Ford, Col. Hall to this man's Sgt. Bilko, co-starred with him on film in "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World"
    $500 29
Don't cry for this leader--after nearly 18 years in exile, he returned to Argentina in June
    $500 25
This product's official full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts
    $500 5
This British dish contains melted cheddar mixed with beer & served on bread or crackers, but no bunny
    $500 21
A flimsy building for your Tibetan ox

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

Pat Chris Mark
$2,700 $1,300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Chris Mark
$2,700 $5,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

NEW U.S. SENATORS
EMMY-WINNING ROLES
(Alex: You have to name the actor.)
LET'S TAKE A WORLD TOUR
UNDER THE MICROSCOPE
SO YOU'VE REACHED LEGAL DRINKING AGE
P IS FOR...
(Alex: Notice the P is not in quotation marks, so don't be misled there.)
    $200 26
Absentee ballots gave Maria Cantwell victory in this "Evergreen State" by just 2,000 votes
    $200 11
Bartender Woody Boyd
    $200 18
It's the sacred river that runs through Kanpur & Allahabad
    $200 1
Symbol of lightness seen here on a slide
    $200 16
You'll sound classy specifying the brand of this liqueur in your martini, like Tanqueray or Bombay Sapphire
    $200 6
[In this category Alex began each clue with "P is for" or "Is for"] Pan, who had the horns, legs & ears of this animal
    DD: $3,500 29
Debbie Stabenow beat Dick Chrysler in a 1996 Congress race & in 2000, became this state's first female senator
    $400 12
Thomas Magnum
    $400 20
Southern Cross University & Lake Tuggeranong College are found in this large country
    $400 2
These grains seen here are vital to plant propagation
    $400 17
These, which make you sneeze, are smaller in champagne than in cheap sparkling wine
    $400 7
Plutonium, an element with this stinky abbreviation
    $600 13
Bionic Woman Jaime Sommers
    $600 21
Newspapers in this Asian kingdom include the Phuket Gazette & The Chiangmai Trader News
    $600 3
Many-layered lily family member whose skin is seen here
    $600 19
For a 170-pound man who has 4 beers on an empty stomach, this figure is .08
    $600 8
Perez de Cuellar, the former U.N. Secretary-Genarl who is now prime minister of this country
    $800 27
In a battle of Bills, Nelson beat McCollum in this state where another race got a bit more press
    $800 14
L.A. detective David Addison
    $800 22
Originally settled by the Dutch, this country of NE South America came under British control in the 19th century
    $800 4
The slide here shows this type of tissue so named because it basically holds you together
    $800 24
It's the 2-letter word you use when you want your drink without ice
    DD: $2,600 9
Pasteurella, a genus of this named for chemist Louis
    $1000 28
The governor of Missouri died shortly before his election win; this wife said she'd serve in his place
    $1000 15
Col. Wilhelm Klink
    $1000 23
In 1935 the Italians launched an invasion of Ethiopia from what is now this country, once part of Ethiopia
    $1000 5
Following prophase, metaphase & anaphase, seen here is this end phase of mitosis
    $1000 25
Don't use French pronunciation for this, a restaurant's fee for serving wine that you bring in
    $1000 10
Punjab, the only state in India in which this religious group has the majority

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Chris Mark
$10,600 $10,800 $2,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC MONARCHS
This monarch, who sold the United States its 2nd-largest piece of territory, was the second to bear his name

Final scores:

Pat Chris Mark
$4,601 $399 $1,300
2-day champion: $11,602 3rd place: Novica.com shopping spree 2nd place: trip to New York City and stay at Renaissance Hotel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Chris Mark
$7,500 $6,800 $2,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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