Responses for Show #3900 - Friday, July 13, 2001

Alan Bailey game 2.

Contestants

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Bill Hart, a home-sale account executive from Mandeville, Louisiana

Mark Brennan, a personal trust officer from Danbury, Connecticut

Alan Bailey, a playwright and director from Sherman Oaks, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,201)

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Jeopardy! Round responses

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
(Alex: Guess what tomorrow is.)
PUPPETS FOR DUMMIES
(Alex: We want you to name the puppeteer most closely associated with the puppets we will mention.)
PRESENTING THE PLAYWRIGHTS
EMERIL'S TV DINNERS
IT'S MY FOREIGN PARTY
"LOCK"S
    $100 21
the clergy

Triple Stumper
    $100 3
Jim Henson

Alan
    $100 1
Neil Simon

Alan
    $100 9
quiche

Alan
    $100 23
Islam

Mark
    $100 16
lockjaw

Bill
    $200 22
Lafayette

Alan
    $200 5
(Bill: Who is Sheree North?)

Shari Lewis

AlanBill
    $200 2
Oscar Wilde

Mark
    $200 10
bacon

Bill
    $200 24
(Bill: What is Nicaragua?)

Panama

MarkBill
    $200 17
a locket

Alan
    $600 25
Napoleon

Mark
    $300 8
Frank Oz

Alan
    $300 4
Tennessee Williams

Mark
    $300 11
duck

Mark
    $300 28
South Africa

Mark
    $300 18
dreadlocks

Alan
    $400 26
"La Marseillaise"

Mark
    $400 12
[Alex reads in an imitative voice.]

SeƱor Wences

Bill
    $400 6
(George Bernard) Shaw

Alan
    $400 14
hush puppies

Alan
    $400 29
Greenland

Mark
    $400 19
Davy Jones's locker

Alan
    $500 27
Marat

Mark
    $500 13
Wayland Flowers

Alan
    $500 7
(Bill: Who is Jean-Paul Sartre?)

(Samuel) Beckett

MarkBill
    $500 15
garlic

Alan
    $500 30
Turkey

Triple Stumper
    $500 20
John Locke

Bill

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

Alan Mark Bill
$2,600 $1,300 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Mark Bill
$3,700 $3,800 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

THE WORDS OF BEN FRANKLIN
EARLY TIBET
2 "RY"s
(Alex: We are expecting and hoping for a correct response that will have 2 words that sound a lot alike and each word ends in the letters "RY.")
HEALTHY
WEALTHY
WHYS
(Alex: You have to give the reason in that one.)
    $200 1
water

Bill
    $200 21
(Bill: What is the yeti?)
...
(Alex: Not a match made in heaven, if you ask me.)

a monkey

Bill
Triple Stumper
    $200 6
a laboratory & a lavatory

Alan
    $200 25
cholesterol

Mark
    $200 4
Rich

Mark
    $200 16
why you shouldn't look at the sun

Alan
    $400 2
a book

Mark
    $400 22
China

Mark
    $400 7
cavalry & Calvary

Alan
    $400 26
iron

Alan
    $400 5
Hewlett

Alan
    $400 17
Why was the Empire State Building built to the height it was built?

Bill
    $600 3
(Mark: What is democracy?)

a republic

Mark
Triple Stumper
    $600 23
Buddhism

Mark
    $600 8
pry & spry

Alan
    $600 27
fluoride

Alan
    $600 13
David Boies

Triple Stumper
    $600 18
(Alan: Who is Richard Hatch?)
(Alex: No.)
(Mark: What is [*]?)

why Richard Hatch was the Survivor

AlanMark
    $1,000 11
New Jersey

Bill
    $500 24
the Yeti (the Abominable Snowman)

Mark
    $800 9
pantry & paltry

Triple Stumper
    $800 28
diastolic

Alan
    $800 14
(Steve) Case

Mark
    $800 19
why we call them Indians

Mark
    $1000 12
(Alan: What is experienced?)

grateful

AlanMark
    $1000 30
the Mongols

Bill
    $1000 10
finery & refinery

Bill
    $1000 29
an electrocardiogram

Bill
    $1000 15
(Alex: You'll be hearing a lot more from him in the months to come--Mr. [*].)

Snyder

Triple Stumper
    $1000 20
(Bill: [After blowing a raspberry] Try saying that with a straight face.)
[Laughter]

Why was Odysseus lashed--why did he have himself lashed to the mast?

Bill

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Mark Bill
$5,700 $8,700 $5,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

THE MOVIES
(Alex: "The Tin Star". At the end of the film Gary Cooper drops the star. He doesn't want to have anything to do with that town any more.)
AlanWhat is High Noon?
$5,700
BillWhat is High Noon?
$3,500
MarkWhat is _
$2,701
High Noon

Final scores:

Alan Mark Bill
$11,400 $5,999 $9,200
2-day champion: $21,601 3rd place: $1000 shopping spree, courtesy of the Sony Card 2nd place: Trip to the Lucayan on Grand Bahama Island

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Alan Mark Bill
$5,700 $8,700 $5,500
21 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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Game tape date: 2001-03-21
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