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    $600 8
Jacques-Louis David's 1787 painting of "The Death of" this man features a cup of hemlock
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Show #3869 - Thursday, May 31, 2001

Contestants

Nancy Wolf, a retail manager from Metairie, Louisiana

Jon Sawyer, a graphic artist from Toronto, Ontario

Katie Sunseri, a teacher of the visually impaired from New Orleans, Louisiana (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,200)

Jeopardy! Round

RADIOLOGY
SAINTLY PEOPLE
NEW YORK, NEW YORK
(Alex: A wonderful town.)
ELVES SIGHTINGS
(Alex: Not Elvis.)
MOVIE VILLAINS
(Alex: We'll give you the villains, you name the film.)
QUASI-RELATED PAIRS
    $100 16
The field of therapeutic radiology concentrates on radiation treatment for this disease
    $100 22
Last name of Louis, who left as Canada's PM in 1957, & of Yves, who became head of Dior in 1957
    $100 6
The New York Stock Exchange has been called the heart of this street (we can hear the ticker ticking)
    $100 11
An elf named Dobby implores this young hero not to return to school at Hogwarts
    $100 1
The one-armed man who kills Helen Kimble
    $100 17
"Designing Women" actress Annie & unfavorable reviews
    $200 27
The American College of Radiology wants increased Medicare reimbursement for this breast imaging
    $200 23
This redheaded actress dated Henry Kissinger & married Robert Wagner
    $200 7
The main area of Vegas' New York-New York casino is made to look like this park, without the pigeons
    $200 12
The Erlking or king of the elves is a malicious spirit of this German forest who lures kids to their doom
    $200 2
Emperor Commodus of Rome
    $200 18
Edwin Starr's No. 1 hit that says, "What is it good for?" & pod veggies
    $300 28
This element, symbol Ba, is used to coat your innards for better viewing
    $300 24
Videos directed by Randee St. Nicholas include Whitney Houston's "I'm Every Woman" & this singer's "Breathe Again"
    $300 8
To celebrate the new millennium, this huge 5th Ave. art museum presented a special exhibit on the year one
    $300 13
Colorful name of the type of elf seen here
    $300 3
Mental hospital worker Nurse Ratched
    $300 19
Guess? model Anna Nicole & the vegetable oil brand Florence Henderson endorsed in TV ads
    DD: $2,000 29
Radiology began with a discovery by this German-born scientist
    $400 25
This French composer was separated from his wife from 1881 to his death in 1921
    $400 9
Music lovers Iove to take guided tours of this famous concert hall on 57th Street at 7th Avenue
    $400 14
"Santaland Diaries" is David Sedaris' funny yet painful tale of being an elf at this Herald Square store
    $400 4
Mr. Potter, a Bedford Falls banker
    $400 20
"Melrose Place" actor Grant & legendary Swiss archer William
    $500 30
This sophisticated imaging technique sends the patient into a machine like the one seen here
    $500 26
This singer & activist who emerged in the '60s was born to Cree parents in Saskatchewan
    $500 10
Dorothy Parker & Robert Benchley once traded quips at the famous "Round Table" at this hotel on West 44th Street
    $500 15
As you recall, in this man's books, elves flourished until Morgoth destroyed the Eldarin realms of Beleriand
    $500 5
The T-1000 killing machine
    $500 21
The family of the Umbellularia californica tree & "Return of the Native" author Thomas

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

Katie Jon Nancy
$700 $1,700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Jon Nancy
$1,200 $5,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

RADIO-LOGY
FRENCH ART & ARTISTS
HOME STATES
I'M CZAR-Y, SO CZAR-Y
POETS & POETRY
4-LETTER "W"ORDS
    $200 20
In 1984 this "royal" band went crazy with "Radio Ga-Ga"
    $200 3
In the 1860s this Frenchman, truly a deep "thinker", briefly studied for the religious life
    $200 10
Butch Cassidy, Roseanne, Donny Osmond
    $200 25
Czar Paul's mother was this "Great" empress, Paul's father was probably her husband Czar Peter III
    $200 9
Robert Burns wrote, "O, my love is like a red, red" one of these "that's newly sprung in June"
    $200 1
Walk through shallow water
    $400 21
The song "Radio Free Europe" can be found on this group's album "Murmur"
    $400 5
You'll find Pierre Puvis de Chavannes' "Young Girls by the Edge of the Sea" seen here in this city's Musee d'Orsay
    $400 12
Robert Motherwell, Kurt Cobain, Bill Gates
    $400 27
Type of weapon used to assassinate Czar Alexander II in 1881
    $400 11
Included in his "Chicago Poems" collection is that one about fog coming "on little cat feet"
    $400 2
Withdraw gradually from some habit, or get a baby to give up its bottle
    $600 22
In 2001 "Kid A" by this British band with lead singer Thom Yorke was nominated for an Album of the Year Grammy
    $600 8
Jacques-Louis David's 1787 painting of "The Death of" this man features a cup of hemlock
    $600 17
Thomas Dewey, Henry Ford, Madonna
    $600 28
Boris Godunov recolonized this area stretching north to the Arctic Ocean; we're not sure why he wanted it
    $600 15
A trip to Ravenna in 1819 inspired Byron to write "The Prophecy" of this Italian poet
    $600 4
The shortest verse in the King James Bible says "Jesus" did this
    $800 23
Foreseeing the future, in 1979 this group sang "Video Killed the Radio Star"
    DD: $4,000 13
You'll know that he painted the "Musicians of the Orchestra", seen here, if you look at the performers in the background
    $800 18
Dana Carvey, Evel Knievel, Jeannette Rankin
    DD: $600 29
The first Czar of this name came to power in 1825; the second & last, in 1894
    $800 16
In T.S. Eliot's "Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock", "The women come and go talking of" him
    $800 6
It's a forsaken & homeless child, like "The Little Match Girl"
    $1000 24
This song by Wall of Voodoo says, "I wish I was in Tijuana eating barbecued iguana, I'd take requests on the telephone"
    $1000 14
Honore Daumier was imprisoned in 1832 for depicting King Louis Philippe as this Rabelaisian giant
    $1000 19
Amelia Earhart, Edgar Lee Masters, Dennis Hopper
    $1000 26
This Robert Frost poem ends with the line "Good fences make good neighbors"
    $1000 7
Distort, or the threads that run lengthwise on a loom

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Katie Jon Nancy
$7,000 $12,100 $4,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
2 of the 4 smallest non-island nations in area

Final scores:

Katie Jon Nancy
$10,000 $9,600 $0
2-day champion: $22,200 2nd place: a week's trip to Puerto Rico at the Wyndham El Conquistador Resort & Country Club 3rd place: music CDs from Capital Records

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Katie Jon Nancy
$7,200 $7,300 $4,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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