Show #3928 - Wednesday, October 3, 2001

Contestants

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Kathryn Masters, a stage manager from Marlborough, Massachusetts

Rod Sanders, a master control operator from Corpus Christi, Texas

Jeff Rhodes, a publication editor from Marietta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE THEATRE
TILL DEATH DO US PART--NOT!
SPORTS & GAMES
SECOND-LARGEST CITIES
SAUCEY!
"HAM" IMPROVEMENT
    $100 3
"Let the Sunshine In" on your original Broadway cast album of "Hair": this "Annie Hall" star sings on it
    $100 22
After leaving hubby Dennis Quaid, she split from hunky Russell Crowe
    $100 1
In checkers this piece can move forwards & backwards
    $100 17
In China, it's second in population to Shanghai
    $100 11
Basil & pine nuts go into this classic sauce from Genoa
    $100 12
A hanging bed made of canvas or netting
    $200 4
(Hi, I'm Paula Cale of Providence.) I starred on the New York stage in the play "Bunny Bunny" as this late, great "Saturday Night Live" actress
    $200 23
After splitting with Ted Turner she's said she's finished with men, has quit making movies & never exercises
    $200 2
Bet "impair" on a French roulette table & you're betting the number will be this; it pays even money if you win
    $200 18
In Vietnam, it's second to Ho Chi Minh City
    $200 27
Restaurateur Signore di Lello is credited with creating this sauce named for him & served over fettucine
    $200 13
The distinctive features of this critter seen here have allowed it to make sharper turns than others of its kind
    $300 5
It's the high school attended by Danny & Sandy in "Grease"
    $300 24
This country superstar & wife Sandy called it quits in 2000 after nearly 14 years of marriage
    $300 8
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Porter Valley Country Club.) A game score in tennis, or the court I'm in to receive serve
    $300 19
This seaport is the second most populous city in France
    $300 28
This chicken topper whose name is from the Aztec for "chili sauce" has a bit of chocolate in it
    $300 14
Now consigned to history, it's the symbol seen here
    $400 6
James Gandolfini played the Rod Steiger role when this Marlon Brando film was adapted as a play in 1995
    $400 25
When he & Patricia Arquette split up, he was "Gone in 60 Seconds"
    $400 9
Join in & tell us that this is the lowest-rated suit in contract bridge
    $400 20
In Spain, it's second to Madrid
    $400 29
This hot creamy sauce made with tarragon & vinegar is traditionally served with chateaubriand
    $400 15
Almost 2 million people live in this major seaport of northern Germany
    $500 7
"A Grand Night for Singing" featured the songs of this duo, including "Some Enchanted Evening"
    $500 26
This star of the 2001 sitcom "My Wife & Kids" split from his real wife in 2000
    $500 10
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from Porter Valley Country Club.) In 1990 coach Carole Kleinfelder led Harvard to the NCAA title in this sport
    $500 21
In Mexico, it's second to Mexico City
    DD: $500 30
The name of this seasoned tomato sauce comes from the Italian word for "seafaring"
    $500 16
Seen here, he died tragically on July 12, 1804

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

Jeff Rod Kathryn
$700 $2,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rod Kathryn
$1,000 $3,200 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

INSPIRED CHARACTERS
IF IT'S WEDNESDAY THEY MUST BE BELGIANS
BEATLES NO. 1 HITS
JUST "ASP"
MATH
AFTERMATH
    $200 6
Professor Bhaer, introduced in this 1860s novel, may have been based on William Rimmer, a teacher Louisa May Alcott knew
    $200 9
In 1946 Belgian Paul-Henri Spaak became the first president of this organization's General Assembly
    $200 1
"Yeh, yeh, yeh" it followed "I Want To Hold Your Hand" into the top position in March 1964
    $200 14
Hopefully you won't hit this tree while skiing in the Colorado town named for it
    $200 19
This point is the dot (comma in Europe) in numbers like 23.91
    $200 24
In 1912, in the aftermath of the "scramble for" this continent, Britain & France controlled most of it
    $400 7
In his novel "The Possessed", Karamazinov is a satirical depiction of his rival Ivan Turgenev
    $400 10
Eddy Merckx won this noted bike race 5 times, the first in 1969 when he was 24
    $400 2
It begins, "In the town where I was born lived a man who sailed the sea"
    $400 15
C9H8O4:
Take 2 & call me in the morning
    $400 20
Common 2-word phrase for the operation of figuring out how many times 73 goes into 2,701
    $400 25
Trummerfrauen or "rubble women" worked in this bombed capital in the aftermath of World War II
    $600 8
This Victorian P.M.'s scandalous affair with Lady Henrietta Sykes inspired his 1877 novel "Henrietta Temple"
    $600 11
This Belgian missionary is noted for his work with the lepers of Molokai
    $600 3
This hit is written in the form of a letter to a publisher
    $600 16
It's a plant of the lily family whose shoots can be eaten as a vegetable
    $600 21
Solve equations with this type of multiplication, one fraction's numerator times another's denominator
    DD: $1,500 26
The Massachusetts General Court eventually annulled the convictions in this 1692 event
    $800 12
David Bowie & Frank Sinatra have recorded songs by this prolific Belgian who is eternally "Alive... in Paris"
    DD: $1,800 4
This 1966 hit was inspired by Paul trying to smooth things over with girlfriend Jane Asher
    $800 17
I'll choke you until you do this if you don't come up with the right word
    $800 22
5-letter name for the type of section shown here
    $1000 13
This Belgian guitarist was a member of the Quintette du Hot Club de France
    $1000 5
This song from "Let It Be" was the Beatles' 20th & final No. 1 single in the U.S.
    $1000 18
This ratio on a TV screen is 4 to 3, unless you're rich enough to own an HDTV
    $1000 23
Named for logician John, it's the diagram seen here that shows relations between sets

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rod Kathryn
$200 $7,500 $500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TRANSPORTATION
The 3 bases for these in the U.S. are at Pompano Beach, Fla., Carson, Calif. & Suffield, Oh., just east of Akron

Final scores:

Jeff Rod Kathryn
$399 $5,000 $401
3rd place: Trip to Sonata Resort & Spa, Key Biscayne, Florida New champion: $5,000 2nd place: Trip to Wyndham Morgan Bay Resort, St. Lucia, West Indies

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Rod Kathryn
$200 $8,400 $1,000
6 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,600

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