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Monday, February 5, 2001 Game Recap and Discussion (SPOILERS)

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FINAL JEOPARDY! CATEGORY
FAMOUS SHIPS

FINAL JEOPARDY! CLUE
In December 1620 this vessel came ashore at a secondary destination because of a shortage of beer

Jodie Foster: 8300+8300=16600 ($21,600 to charity due to bonus $5,000 for winning the match)
Nathan Lane: 11100-10000=1100 ($10,000 to charity)
Harry Connick, Jr.: 4800-4700=100 ($10,000 to charity)

Correct response:
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the Mayflower (Nathan – the Budweiser) (Harry – H.M.S. Budwieser)

Daily Doubles
Jodie: 200+500
Nathan: 4100+3000
Jodie: 5800+2500

Coryats
Jodie: 6600
Nathan: 8900
Harry: 4800

Combined: 20,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round
Jodie: 1800
Nathan: 2100
Harry: 1000

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Only one clue not seen so that alone tells you it was one of the better celeb games.

Funny that the guys had the same wrong guess for the FJ! clue while 1620 would be enough for many to solve it.

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MarkBarrett wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:26 am
Only one clue not seen so that alone tells you it was one of the better celeb games.

Funny that the guys had the same wrong guess for the FJ! clue while 1620 would be enough for many to solve it.
1620 almost threw me off because I was sitting there thinking "there is no way this is this easy. Right?"

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mas3cf wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 3:47 pm
MarkBarrett wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:26 am
Only one clue not seen so that alone tells you it was one of the better celeb games.

Funny that the guys had the same wrong guess for the FJ! clue while 1620 would be enough for many to solve it.
1620 almost threw me off because I was sitting there thinking "there is no way this is this easy. Right?"
It is a celebrity game. I bet Nathan’s charity was thrilled to learn he threw away $11,100 on a joke answer.

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Did they edit out discussion of the players’ charities? It looked like there was an awkward cut during Lane’s interview and I don’t recall hearing it anywhere else, other than AT’s mention of Lane’s charity during FJ.

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Woppy T wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:55 pm
Did they edit out discussion of the players’ charities? It looked like there was an awkward cut during Lane’s interview and I don’t recall hearing it anywhere else, other than AT’s mention of Lane’s charity during FJ.
I noticed that too. A search of the CC file confirms we didn't miss anything. It wasn't there. Weird. My wild guess is that Foster chose NARAL and Connick Jr chose a New Orleans Catholic crisis pregnancy center.

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opusthepenguin wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 8:39 pm
Woppy T wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:55 pm
Did they edit out discussion of the players’ charities? It looked like there was an awkward cut during Lane’s interview and I don’t recall hearing it anywhere else, other than AT’s mention of Lane’s charity during FJ.
I noticed that too. A search of the CC file confirms we didn't miss anything. It wasn't there. Weird. My wild guess is that Foster chose NARAL and Connick Jr chose a New Orleans Catholic crisis pregnancy center.
Cutting out the charity talk from the original broadcast that had them is an easy way to shave time and make room for Alex's new opening.

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When Harry didn't ring in for the Frank Sinatra question, he had to be just being modest, right?

A few other stand and stares had me slack jawed as well. Fort Worth, Philadelphia.....

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Category 13 wrote:
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When Harry didn't ring in for the Frank Sinatra question, he had to be just being modest, right?
Or jealous! :D

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opusthepenguin wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 8:39 pm
Woppy T wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:55 pm
Did they edit out discussion of the players’ charities? It looked like there was an awkward cut during Lane’s interview and I don’t recall hearing it anywhere else, other than AT’s mention of Lane’s charity during FJ.
I noticed that too. A search of the CC file confirms we didn't miss anything. It wasn't there. Weird. My wild guess is that Foster chose NARAL and Connick Jr chose a New Orleans Catholic crisis pregnancy center.
I had the same thought, that maybe one of the charities was deemed controversial today so they scrubbed the entire thing. I thought I remembered from the original airing connick’s charity being a school, but after all this time...

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I had FJ correct (even if I wasn’t 100% sure), but what was it w/ the men’s guesses?! :lol:
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I wonder if Budweiser paid anything for that.
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I've realized a benefit of celebrity reruns: I generally don't bother with celebrity games on J! Archive, so the material (though easier) and outcomes aren't old news to me.

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That was a baller lineup.

Also, I'm stealing Jodie's 'J' for my own signature. (I've already stolen Harvey Keitel's 'D' (according to Pulp Fiction), so she's in good company) :lol:
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This originally aired the second week I owned a DVR (I saw a TiVo in action at a Super Bowl party on January 28, 2001, and bought one at Best Buy the next day).

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Believe it or not, I actually recorded this ep when it first aired. XD That "HMS Budweiser" moment makes me laugh.

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theFJguy wrote:
Tue Jul 28, 2020 10:11 am
Jodie Foster: 8300+8300=16600 ($16,600 to charity)
As Jodie was being announced as the winner, her score display changed to $21,600, and that is what Alex said that her charity would be receiving.

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