From Pannoni, April 10, 2002, Lynda Del Genis vs. Lori Wright vs. Umiko Post.
Baltimorean Lynda was pretty happy to get GEOGRAPHIC "LAND"S for $200.
DJ features a partial alphabetical run of categories. Pairs up well will the full alphabet they did a couple of years earlier
The triply-stumping correct response in B.C. for $2000 would show up again for a clue just a month later, May 13, in NEAR EAST ANCIENT HISTORY for $2000. Seeing as that was the Million Dollar Masters Tournament, though, it was not a triple stumper then. It hasn't been seen in as a correct response since, however. I guess the Pavlov prompt would be "Egyptian + Temple + Site"? The location name in a clue suggests a response of Ramses, so maybe (+ Ramses)?
B.C. for $2000: Carved out near Aswan around 1250 B.C., the temples at this Egyptian site were moved in the 1960s A.D.
NEAR EAST ANCIENT HISTORY for $2000: We know Carians were in Egypt from graffiti they carved into a big Ramses statue at this temple site
Nobody likes you, GENERAL HOSPITAL
Clue of the game will be FJ, in the category MOVIE DIRECTORS, one I missed when originally aired, but have not forgotten since:
Appropriately, the last name of this current director mean "characterized by abject fear"
Have a good night, all.