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    $200 18
"Get down to" these & you're working on what's important
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Show #3963 - Wednesday, November 21, 2001

Trevor Norris game 3.

(Sofia: I'm Sofia of the Clue Crew at the Page Museum and the La Brea Tar Pits. We've got some new fossils for you today on Jeopardy!)

Contestants

Eamon Blake, a police lieutenant from New York, New York

Jacqui Sukie, a worker's compensation consultant from Akron, Ohio

Trevor Norris, a management analyst from Washington, D.C. (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $18,601)

Jeopardy! Round

DAMN YANKEES
GREECE
CAMEL LOT
HELLO, DALAI
I EAT A...
THE VIRGINIA MONOLOGUES
    $100 1
This catcher known for his malaprops said of a restaurant, "Nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded"
    $100 6
Popular Greek beverages include beer & retsina, a type of this potent potable flavored by pine resin
    $100 23
For over 40 years, Virginia City, an old mining town in this state, has hosted yearly camel races
    $100 18
On Feb. 2, 1986 this important religious leader met with the Dalai Lama in India
    $100 8
...corned beef, Swiss cheese & sauerkraut sandwich on rye that is fried & named this
    $100 13
In 1826, on his deathbed, he said, "This is the 4th?"
    $200 2
Catfish Hunter said when you unwrap a candy bar named for this ex-Yank seen here, "It tells you how good it is"
    $200 7
About 1% of the population of Greece is ethnically from this neighboring European country
    $200 24
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at the Orange County Fair.) Mostly made of fat, this part of the camel can weigh over 80 pounds
    $200 19
Of 5, 15 or 25, the age at which the current Dalai Lama got the job
    $200 9
...Denver omelet, which is usually made with ham, onion & the bell type of these
    $200 14
Richmond man who asked "Bugsy" co-star Annette "If she wanted to have dinner and have a baby and she said 'Yes'"
    $300 3
Where have you gone, this Yankee slugger? At age 18, it was to the midst of a 61-game Pacific Coast League hit streak
    $300 28
A limestone hill in the southwest of Athens, it houses the temple of Athena Nike
    $300 25
(Alex: Jimmy's still there.) Camel hairs are sometimes used to make these for artists
    $300 20
This country denounced the awarding of the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize to the Dalai Lama as politically motivated
    $300 10
...bowl of this Creole specialty, whose name comes from an African word for okra
    $300 15
Born in Roanoke in 1942, his most famous song includes "Danke Schoen, thank you for walks down Lovers' Lane"
    $400 4
In 1956 this Oklahoman won the Triple Crown, hitting .353, with 52 HRs & 130 RBIs
    $400 29
Greece's national emblem features a white cross surrounded by a wreath of this
    $400 26
From the Greek for "running", it's another name for the Arabian camel
    DD: $400 21
These dogs developed in Tibet historically have been given as gifts to dignitaries by the Dalai Lama
    $400 11
...pita dipped in this thick Middle Eastern sauce made from chickpeas
    $400 16
Born in Wise, he called the 1970 Oscars "a 2-hour meat parade, a public display with contrived suspense"
    $500 5
This "Iron Horse" pulled himself from the Yankee lineup on May 2, 1939 after 2,130 consecutive games
    $500 30
The excavated ancient palace of Knossos can be seen when visiting this large Greek island
    $500 27
2 of the 4 members of the camel family that live in South America
    $500 22
The fifth Dalai Lama was installed as Tibet's leader in 1642 by Gushri Khan, the leader of these people
    $500 12
...creamy potato & leek soup served cold that's called this
    $500 17
"You can't hold a man down without staying down with him" is attributed to this "Up from Slavery" author born in Virginia

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

Trevor Jacqui Eamon
$1,300 -$300 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Jacqui Eamon
$1,400 -$300 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR
(Alex: Ours.)
THE MOVIES
COMPOSE YOURSELF!
SHAKESPEARE'S COMIC CAST
(Alex: We'll give you the cast, you identify the play.)
THE BRASS
"BI"-BYE
    $200 4
In the Battle of Trenton, these German mercenaries were under the command of Col. Johann Rall
    $200 1
(Hi, I'm Danny Nucci.) I played Fabrizio De Rossi, Leonardo DiCaprio's best friend, in this 1997 blockbuster
    $200 11
In 1899 this composer wrote the "Maple Leaf Rag", which increased the popularity of ragtime music
    $200 26
Portia,
Antonio,
Bassanio
    $200 18
"Get down to" these & you're working on what's important
    $200 13
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew is at the Page Museum.) Correct scientific name of this ancient beast; 60 million of his descendants once roamed North America
    $400 5
As the war dawned, America's main arms storehouse was located in this town about 20 miles from Boston
    $400 2
This actor pursues class brain Ione Skye in 1989's "Say Anything..."
    $400 12
This major German composed the overture in C major heard here
    $400 27
Lucentio,
Bianca,
Katharina
    $400 19
This H.G. Wells title device came back "A little travel worn...a brass rail bent"
    $400 14
When a Mr. has 2 Mrs., he's committing this
    $600 6
The Battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778 in this state was the last major battle in the north
    $600 3
(Sarah of the Clue Crew is at the beach, dressed in a black wig; with Jimmy right behind her.) The tagline from this 1965 Frankie & Annette movie was "It's a game -- separate the girls & the boys into groups of two"
    $600 23
This Italian composed 27 operas, including "Stiffelio", "Nabucco" & "Otello"
    $600 20
The instruments in a brass band range in pitch from the cornet to the bombardon, a bass one of these
    $600 15
Term for something that occurs every 2 years
    DD: $2,000 7
In 1778 this American captain & his crew looted the Earl of Selkirk's caste in Solway Firth, Scotland
    $800 8
Daniel Day-Lewis says, "You stay alive, no matter what occurs!" in this 1992 film of a James Fenimore Cooper classic
    $800 24
The explosive conclusion of this Tchaikovsky composition is heard here
    $800 21
Architectural bronze is a brass alloy of mainly this metal with a little lead, tin & zinc thrown in
    DD: $800 16
Alternating between manic & depressive states is part of this affective disorder
    $1000 10
In May 1775 Benedict Arnold & Ethan Allen captured Forts Crown Point & Ticonderoga on this lake
    $1000 9
(Hi, I'm Rob Schneider.) This "Survivor" co-starred in my 2001 comedy "The Animal"
    $1000 25
At his peak he composed 2 or 3 operas a year like "Lucia di Lammermoor"
    $1000 22
The art of this involves taking a crayon or wax stick to paper atop a design in metal to transfer the design
    $1000 17
Also called a cocked hat, this hat with the front brim turned up was popular around 1800

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Trevor Jacqui Eamon
$4,600 $2,100 $5,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
It's the only island whose territory makes up parts of 3 different independent nations

Final scores:

Trevor Jacqui Eamon
$4,201 $800 $699
3-day champion: $22,802 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Krystal Zona Rosa, Mexico City 3rd place: Trip to John Carver Inn, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Trevor Jacqui Eamon
$5,000 $2,100 $7,300
14 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,400

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