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    $500 22
You know so much about policy, you qualify as this
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Show #3751 - Monday, December 18, 2000

Contestants

Ben Merritt, a computer consultant from Trophy Club, Texas

Vicky Kaufman, an operations manager from Newington, Connecticut

John Draz, a culinary school instructor from Chicago, Illinois (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $26,002)

Jeopardy! Round

ROYAL FEMALE NICKNAMES
TV ACTORS & ROLES
TRAVEL & TOURISM
"I" LADS
FOREWORDS
BACKWORDS
(Alex: The response will be found within the clue, but in reverse order.)
    $100 2
Prime Minister Tony Blair dubbed her "The People's Princess"
    $100 8
Once Tommy Mullaney on "L.A. Law", John Spencer now plays White House chief of staff Leo McGarry on this series
    $100 1
The Cinderella Castle Mystery Tour is a highlight of this Asian city's Disneyland
    $100 13
This punk rock hitmaker heard here has had numerous hits on both sides of the Atlantic
    $100 23
"Conrad begins (and ends) Marlow's journey... on the Thames, on the yawl, Nellie", says the foreword to this novel
    $100 17
We'll look smart in these vehicles that returned to London in 1999
    $200 4
She was "The Untamed Heifer" & "The Virgin Queen"
    $200 9
Barbra Streisand knows he played Lt. Col. Bill "Raider" Kelly on "Pensacola: Wings of Gold"
    $200 3
The home of silk merchant Jim Thompson, who disappeared in 1967, is a tourist attraction in this Thai city
    $200 14
Czar at 17, he was famous for extraordinary sadism & cruelty, even as a boy
    $200 24
Part 2 "is Lilliput in reverse, but...also offers some of" his "fiercest assaults upon the behavior of" his countrymen
    $200 19
Ed leaves pools of water on the carpet when he comes in from sailing this boat
    $300 5
Mark Antony called her "The Queen of Queens"
    $300 10
(Hi, I'm Wallace Langham) I played Don Kirshner in VH1's TV movie about this quartet who sang "Daydream Believer"
    $300 27
We're not stringing you along: this capital of the Czech Republic is famous for its puppet theatres
    $300 15
Nudge, nudge, wink, wink! This man seen here starred on a classic British comedy show
    $300 25
She said that her husband Frank O'Connor was the fuel that kept her spirited while she wrote "The Fountainhead"
    $300 20
You'd be naive to think you can make bottled water that's more popular than this
    $400 6
The 19th century's "Widow of Windsor"
    $400 11
Teri Hatcher looked "shipshape" as one of the singing "mermaids" who jumped on board this cruisin' series in 1985
    DD: $500 28
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport serves this world capital
    $400 16
His is the first & longest book of the Bible's major prophets
    $400 26
One edition calls this Darwin opus one of "the most readable and approachable" of revolutionary scientific works
    $400 21
Aye, lass, I'll wed thee ere this has dried on the fields
    $500 7
"The Catholic" of 15th century Spain
    $500 12
On "Saturday Night Live", he's famous for playing Craig the Cheerleader, Janet Reno & moi
    $500 29
Andrea Palladio's 1554 book on "The Antiquities of" this city was the standard guidebook for some 200 years
    $500 18
This auto exec's autobiography is one of the bestselling nonfiction works in publishing history
    $500 22
You know so much about policy, you qualify as this

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

John Vicky Ben
$300 $2,100 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Vicky Ben
$1,000 $1,300 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE IN HISTORY
CINEMATIC DICTIONARY
IT'S OURS!
(Alex: You have to identify the country that controls each place that we mention.)
BRITISH FASHION
ANDY WARHOL
THEATRE CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
    $200 10
After a 15-year stay in England, this proprietor of Pennsylvania returned to his colony in 1699
    $200 1
SFX is the standard abbreviation for these, from the rustling of trees to cannon fire
    $200 17
Saint-Pierre & Miquelon
    $200 3
Designer Vivienne Westwood ran a shop with Malcolm McLaren, who launched this Johnny Rotten band
    $200 23
Because he had the same thing for lunch every day for 20 years, Andy Warhol painted these, beginning in 1962
    $200 2
Lerner & Loewe's "Lusty Month"
(3)
    $400 11
This young man put his savings into a small Cleveland refinery in 1862 & eventually had an oil monopoly
    $400 5
Term for the flow of a film, maintained by keeping details consistent throughout a scene
    $400 18
Montserrat
    $400 4
Star designer John Galliano was born Juan Carlos Galliano in this British possession at the tip of Spain
    $400 24
Warhol went against his Capitalist tendencies with his portrait of this man, seen here
    $400 6
Patrick Dennis' "Auntie"
(4)
    $600 12
First Lady Helen Taft led a fund-raising drive for a memorial to this 1912 marine disaster
    $600 7
Garland Jeffreys sang of having star-studded "dreams" of this size, like movie film
    $600 19
Cook Islands
    $600 28
Katharine Hamnett created the '80s T-shirt telling us to "choose" this
    $600 25
Andy's "15 minutes of fame" quote was once the motto of this magazine
    $600 14
It "Becomes Electra"
(8)
    $800 13
This Chiricahua Apache was a popular attraction at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis
    DD: $1,000 8
The inventors of this camera-stabilizing device won a special 1977 Oscar
    $800 20
Madeira Islands
    DD: $2,000 26
Andy's loft on East 47th Street got this nickname from its former use & Andy's mass-production techniques
    $800 15
Colchian jilted by Jason
(5)
    $1000 22
In 1801 this onetime VP compiled "A Manual of Parliamentary Practice" still used in the U.S. Senate
    $1000 9
Near the end of the credits comes the "cutter" of this, the exposed but unfinished film
    $1000 21
Northern Mariana Islands
    $1000 27
Warhol became the manager of this Lou Reed rock group in 1965 & produced their first album
    $1000 16
Faust's fiendish foe
(14)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Vicky Ben
$4,000 $1,500 $6,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS LEGENDS
If Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak had gone one more game in 1941, this company would have given him a $10,000 contract

Final scores:

John Vicky Ben
$100 $0 $8,001
2nd place: Trip to El Cid Resort, Mazatlan, Mexico 3rd place: Discovery Channel Store Gift Certificate New champion: $8,001

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

John Vicky Ben
$3,700 $3,500 $6,100
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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