Show #2801 - Monday, November 4, 1996

Contestants

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Frank Sitarski, a manager from Plainville, Massachusetts

Alice Rote, a high school teacher from Doylestown, Ohio

Kalyan Farrington, a retired engineer from Honolulu, Hawaii (whose 3-day cash winnings total $26,955)

Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL JEALOUSY
COMMERCIALS
QUOTATIONS
DANCE
ANNUAL EVENTS
"M"ENAGERIE
    $100 3
Barnabas & this apostle were expelled from the city of Antioch by jealous Jewish leaders
    $100 1
Frogs & the "I Love You, Man" men promote this company's beers
    $100 12
Ernest Newman called this jazz "Duke" "A Harlem Dionysus drunk on bad bootleg liquor"
    $100 26
Name shared by a Spanish dance in 3/8 time & a game played on horseback
    $100 21
Fort Valley, Georgia, a center for growing this fruit, honors it with an annual festival
    $100 17
This extinct elephant-like animal was stockier than the mammoth but not as tall
    $200 4
He was sold into slavery because his brothers believed their father "loved him more"
    $200 2
Sprint's spokeswoman
    $200 13
Robert Frost wrote that "A poem...begins as a lump in" this
    $200 27
The kolo is a central European folk dance performed in this formation, with the soloists in the center
    $200 22
Shoot-outs on Main Street are a highlight of Parada del Sol in this SW city named for Winfield Scott
    $200 8
In Guyana these sea cows have been used to keep waterways free of weeds
    $300 9
The Philistines filled this son of Abraham's wells with dirt because of his success with cattle & crops
    $300 5
This department store wants you to check out its "Softer Side"
    $300 14
Andrew Johnson said, "Honest conviction is my courage;" this document "is my guide"
    $300 28
Playing with an apron is the feature of the saltarello, a lively dance that originated in this country
    $300 23
Ocean City in this state is the home of the Ward World Wildfowl Carving Championship
    $300 18
Mother-of-pearl from the freshwater species of this bivalve was once used to make buttons
    DD: $700 10
When he heard women praising David's battle victory in song, this king became jealous of David
    $400 6
Actors from this sitcom appear in ads for American Express & Clairol's Nice 'N Easy
    $400 15
In "The Red Badge of Courage", this author called war "the blood-swollen god"
    $400 29
The oberek is similar to this folk dance originated by the Mazurs but is usually faster
    $400 24
Mineral Point in this "Badger State" celebrates its heritage with an annual Cornish festival
    $400 19
This old world monkey has ribbed blue cheeks, a flat red nose & a red & blue rump
    $500 11
This son of Nun & aide to Moses became jealous of Eldad & Medad when they prophesied
    $500 7
Elaine Irwin Mellencamp & Daisy Fuentes are among the "hairs" apparent in ads for this Pro-V shampoo
    $500 16
Bartlett's quotes this reggae singer's "We're leaving Babylon, we're going to our father's land"
    $500 25
Mason City, the birthplace of this "Music Man" composer, is home to the North Iowa Band Festival
    $500 20
This large salamander is also called a water dog

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Kalyan Alice Frank
$200 $1,400 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kalyan Alice Frank
$1,600 $3,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN 1975
SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS
LITERATURE
BLACK ACTORS & ACTRESSES
EUROPEAN HISTORY
MEDIEVAL WORDS
    $200 16
The National Council of Women awarded this anthropologist its annual Woman of Conscience Award
    $200 1
William Congreve developed the type of this whose "red glare" appears in "The Star-Spangled Banner"
    $200 6
In disguise, the wicked queen sold this fair maiden a poisoned comb
    $200 19
In the 3 "Lethal Weapon" films, he played detective Roger Murtaugh
    $200 7
During this country's civil war, 1936-1939, an autonomous Basque state was established by the republic
    DD: $1,000 17
On October 10, 15 months after she divorced her 5th husband in Switzerland, she remarried him in Botswana
    $400 2
In January 1610 he discovered the 4 largest moons of Jupiter
    $400 12
Leopold Bloom, an advertising salesman, is the Homeric title character of this James Joyce novel
    $400 20
He reprised his starring role as a teacher for the 1996 TV movie "To Sir with Love II"
    $400 8
On Nov. 15, 1994 this German chancellor won reelection to a fourth term as the country's leader
    $600 18
This 18-year-old defected from Czechoslovakia & was granted asylum in the U.S.
    DD: $800 3
As a child this American inventor was called Finley
    $600 13
Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" is narrated by this orphan
    $600 21
In 1995 he & "White Men Can't Jump" co-star Woody Harrelson hopped aboard the "Money Train"
    $600 9
In 1297 this principality was acquired by the house of Grimaldi
    $800 25
It was a first when women participated in the ceremony canonizing this 1st U.S.-born saint
    $800 4
This Frenchman was the first to demonstrate that fermentation is a biochemical process
    $800 14
"Rip Van Winkle" & other stories appeared in his "Sketch Book" published under the pseudonym Geoffrey Crayon
    $800 22
Her portrayals have included Betty Shabazz in "Malcolm X" & Tina Turner in "What's Love Got to Do with It?"
    $800 10
In 1861 the principalities of Walachia & Moldavia united to form this nation
    $800 27
A knight's overcoat, or the name of the inn where Chaucer's pilgrims stop
    $1000 24
This future queen was still a princess when she attended the ceremony marking Suriname's independence
    $1000 5
In 1895 Louis Lumiere adapted the presser foot of a sewing machine to this type of camera
    $1000 15
When this affable Rabelais prince is 524 years old, he sires Pantagruel
    $1000 23
He won critical acclaim as John Travolta's hit man partner in "Pulp Fiction"
    $1000 11
Prince Klemens von Metternich, Austrian minister of state, served as president of this 1814-1815 congress
    $1000 26
The sackbut was the medieval form of this modern brass musical instrument

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kalyan Alice Frank
$5,600 $8,800 -$1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
He was the last president born in the 19th century

Final scores:

Kalyan Alice Frank
$2,273 $6,399 -$1,600
2nd place: Trip to Harbor Village Resort, Bonaire New champion: $6,399 3rd place: PeopleLounger massage chaise lounger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Kalyan Alice Frank
$5,600 $8,500 -$1,400
17 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,700

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