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    $400 25
The Byzantine Empire came to an end in 1453 with the fall of this capital city to the Ottomans

Show #3890 - Friday, June 29, 2001

Kevin Keach game 3.


Bonnie Zaben, a university administrator from New York City, New York

Allen Gallehugh, an advertising copywriter from Woodside, New York

Kevin Keach, an operations manager from St. Ann, Missouri (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $18,101)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to identify the show)
    $100 22
Burned at the stake in 1431, she was pronounced innocent by the Pope 25 years later (Oops)
    $100 2
"Sunny day, sweepin' the clouds away, on my way to where the air is sweet"
    $100 1
14-year-old Orion Howe, a Civil War drummer boy from Waukegan, was awarded this high "honor" during that war
    $100 7
When this collie came to radio, the dog actually barked but a human did the panting & growling
    $100 17
We're into hydrotherapy -- can we try out your whirlpool one of these?
    $100 12
One-word description of a "drummer boy" or an "engine that could"
    $200 23
As part of a dowry, the Orkney & Shetland Islands were turned over to this country in 1472
    $200 3
"Whenever he gets in a fix, he reaches into his bag of tricks"
    $200 27
Before 1992, the last time Illinois voted for a Democrat in the presidential election was for this man in 1964
    $200 8
In a book by Michael Bond, "Mr. and Mrs. Brown first met" this bear "on a railway platform"
    $200 18
Look, Honey! It's the old bonnet type of this, like Grandma sat under to get her bouffant
    $200 13
Adjective before Britain, Dane or "Gatsby"
    $300 24
From 1495 to 1497 Leonardo Da Vinci was busy painting this mural in the refectory of a Milan monastery
    $300 4
"Rollin' rollin' rollin' though the streams are swollen, keep them dogies rollin'"
    $300 28
This Illinois event lasted 27 hours, killed 250 people & destroyed 17,450 buildings
    $300 9
Bullwinkle's buddy Rocky is this animal, scientific name glaucomys volans
    $300 19
So they're still making these chairs whose sidepanels give them this "avian" name
    $300 14
Term preceding Smokey, Faithful or "Yeller"
    $400 25
The Byzantine Empire came to an end in 1453 with the fall of this capital city to the Ottomans
    DD: $500 5
"Fish don't fry in the kitchen, beans don't burn on the grill, took a whole of tryin' just to get up that hill"
    $400 29
Kaskaskia Island may be the only part of Illinois that lies west of this river
    $400 10
Swoop is the mascot of this Philadelphia NFL team
    $400 20
What flexibility you have with this type of lighting, named for what the lights move along
    $400 15
TV's Simpson or football's Starr
    $500 26
This country's oldest institution of higher learning, the University of Uppsala, was founded in 1477
    $500 6
"We're goin' hoppin' (Hop!), we're goin' hoppin' today, where things are poppin' (Pop!) the Philadelphia way..."
    $500 30
Known as the "Second City", Chicago actually ranks in this position by population in the U.S.
    $500 11
Drawn by the author, the creature seen here is Kipling's this "animal that played with the sea"
    $500 21
Love the Polynesian feeling you got with these images of deities, like the one seen here
    $500 16
Judy's puppet partner, or a "Hawaiian" beverage

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

Kevin Allen Bonnie
$1,700 $1,300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Allen Bonnie
$3,300 $1,900 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
The 1st edition of her novel "Pride and Prejudice" was simply credited to "The Author of 'Sense and Sensibility'"
    $200 7
For a side dish you might make sauteed cherry ones of these or fried green ones
    $200 12
To reset a tripped one of these in your house, flip it over to full "off" before returning it to "on"
    $200 2
Some archaeologists think the site of this first Biblical patriarch's home was in Iraq, some in Turkey
    $200 26
In this 1996 Tom Cruise film, Emmanuelle Beart played Claire, the wife of Jim Phelps
    $200 1
An angry argument or dispute between 2 or more people
    $400 18
The movie "2001" was based on a short story by this author; his novel "2001" emerged from making the film
    $400 8
Add this vegetable to corned beef hash & it becomes red flannel hash
    $400 13
Useful in bolting, they're the "screwy" companions seen here
    $400 3
The 2000 discovery of 7,500-year-old artifacts deep in this "colorful" Asian sea suggests a deluge-like flood
    $400 27
In 2000 this Oscar winner for "The English Patient" was dipped in "Chocolat"
    $400 22
It's the timepiece mineral seen here
    DD: $1,000 19
Walt Whitman's "A Passage to India" was written partly in celebration of this canal
    $600 9
A summer favorite, vitello tonnato is this meat served cold in a tuna sauce
    $600 14
Perhaps from the Latin for "split", it's a thin piece of asphalt laid in overlapping rows to cover a roof
    $600 4
A stele unearthed in 1993 in these "heights" bears the name of King David & may confirm his historic reality
    $600 28
Sophie Marceau bonded with Pierce Brosnan in this 1999 007 film
    $600 23
No doubt about it, it's a pang of conscience
    $800 20
The last name of Irvine, the Scottish author of "Trainspotting"; it's also another U.K. nationality
    $800 10
This rich chocolate cake with a layer of apricot jam bears the name of a famous hotel in Vienna
    $800 15
Holes in household objects made of wood & metal can be easily patched with this "glass", AKA spun glass
    $800 5
Recent studies of this historic Biblical linen have focused on pollens imbedded in it
    $800 29
Singer & actress Vanessa Paradis has borne this American actor a daughter, Lily Rose Melody
    $800 24
Its electrical charge can be equal to one-third of an electron
    $1000 21
Spencer Johnson's bestseller on adapting to change is titled "Who Moved" this
    $1000 11
When serving sushi, make sure you have plenty of this green horseradish condiment to go along with it
    DD: $1,000 16
You can produce shapely wooden legs using this machine in which the piece is held, rotated & a tool applied to it
    $1000 6
The 1999 removal of tons of rock & soil from this Jerusalem "mount" caused great archaeological controversy
    $1000 30
Virginie Ledoyen, star of 1995's "A Single Girl", paired up with Leo DiCaprio in this 2000 pic
    $1000 25
A thick-shelled edible clam of the north Atlantic coast

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Allen Bonnie
$9,100 $1,300 $7,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was born in 1577 on the eve of the feast day of two apostles

Final scores:

Kevin Allen Bonnie
$15,201 $2 $15,200
3-day champion: $33,302 3rd place: DirecTV Satellite System 2nd place: Sanyo Blimp Trip anywhere in U.S.

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kevin Allen Bonnie
$9,600 $1,300 $7,600
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
2 W
21 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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