Show #3674 - Thursday, July 20, 2000

Tad Carithers game 5.


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Maureen Colahan, a superior court clerk from San Diego, California

Ann Sanders, a project manager from Topeka, Kansas

Tad Carithers, an attorney from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $48,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This brand has been jokingly called "ham that failed its physical"
    $100 3
In a 1933 film this big ape was brought to America from his island home on a huge raft
    $100 21
Galen's neighbors heard the squeals of stuck pigs when he proved that veins carry this, not air
    $100 12
When the new "Love Boat" set sail in 1998, this "Vega$" star was in the captain's seat
    $100 7
In 1990 these insects on the lam from South America since 1957 reached Texas
    $100 26
In the '60s it meant trendy or hip, like a member of a TV "Squad"
    $200 2
Ham lover seen here:
    $200 17
In 1982 this film's original Japanese version, "Gojira", was shown in America without Raymond Burr's scene
    $200 22
In 1952 Hershey & Chase used a Waring model of this machine to study bacteria-eating viruses
    $200 13
This "Exodus" author returned in 1999 with a new political novel, "A God In Ruins"
    $200 8
The Aum Shinrikyo cult was behind a March 1995 nerve gas attack on this city's subway
    $200 27
For 5 & 7 it's 12
    $300 4
This company that makes canned deviled ham once used the slogan "Branded with the devil but fit for the gods"
    $300 18
The old Gypsy Maleva tells this dead character, "Your suffering is find peace for eternity"
    $300 23
Josef Stefan heated up physics by showing that radiation from a glowing wire was proportional to this
    $300 14
In 1987 he outraced his son to win his fourth Indianapolis 500
    $300 9
"(Hi, I'm Billy Warlock of "General Hospital") In the TV movie "Honor Thy Father And Mother: The True Story Of" these "Murders", I played Lyle"
    $300 28
A criminal charge, it's listed on a "sheet"
    $400 5
To be given this name, hams must be cured & processed in the Virginia area of the same name
    $400 19
Dr. Jack Griffin was the real name of this Claude Rains character; there's more to him than meets the eye
    DD: $600 24
NASA's passive seismic experiment detected thousands of lunar seismic events, called these
    $400 15
This Norwegian star of such movies as "Autumn Sonata" was actually born in Japan
    $400 10
To get the crown for himself, this Shakespearean king murders 2 little princes
    $400 29
I can't tell either of these 2 3-letter words; I only tell the truth
    $500 6
Parma ham is the true form of this, Italian for "ham"
    $500 20
Also known as the Gill-Man, he was played by Ben Chapman; underwater scenes were done by Ricou Browning
    $500 25
1887's Michelson-Morley experiment demolished the idea of this medium that supposedly conducted light
    $500 16
Once a staff writer for The New Yorker, this "Rabbit, Run" author still contributes regularly
    $500 11
The savage Gilles de Rais probably inspired this "colorful" character who keeps bodies in a locked room
    $500 30
A gullible person, or the juice in a tree

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

Tad Ann Maureen
$2,200 $1,700 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tad Ann Maureen
$3,800 $3,100 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The play, of course)
(Alex: Don't be misled by this category; there will be 3 "D"s; 3 of the letter D in each correct response)
    $200 1
She tells Laertes, "There's rosemary, that's for remembrance....and there is pansies, that's for thoughts"
    $200 2
When you see this singer, tell her "We're Doing Fine"
    $200 11
Ferdinand IV rocked! He conquered this rock in 1309
    $200 16
The WAVES were these "Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service"
    $200 24
Quebec & this adjacent province are both on the board
    $200 17
This is the way the ladies sometimes ride
    $400 7
Laertes' dad, he says of Hamlet, "Though this be madness, yet there is method in it"
    $400 3
Hats off to this singer who gave a gutsy performance in "The Newton Boys"
    $400 12
While king of this country from 1914 to 1927, Ferdinand acquired Transylvania
    $400 22
Line that follows "O beautiful for spacious skies"
    $400 25
Found on the board, it's the 2-word term for the region which includes Morocco & Algeria
    $400 18
It's the next federal holiday after Memorial Day
    $600 8
Character whose lines are heard here: "I am forbid to tell the secrets of my prison house. I could a tale unfold..."
    $600 4
In the early '60s fans went "Crazy" for her
    $600 13
Ferdinand II of Bohemia joined this sort-of-lengthy war in 1619 when he fought a usurper
    $600 23
The man waving, seen here, was designed by this astronomer
    DD: $1,000 26
This old name of a southeast Asian kingdom lives on in the game
    $600 19
This arachnid is also known as a harvestman
    DD: $700 9
Hamlet's former schoolmates, these 2 minor characters in Shakespeare are title characters in a Stoppard play
    $800 5
This "outlaw" was Buddy Holly's bass player
    $800 14
The central power of this empire was dissolved in 1648 during Ferdinand III's watch
    $800 29
First name of Paris stylist Grateau, who introduced his wave in 1872
    $800 27
If you go north from the Risk territory of Northern Europe, you get to this peninsular territory
    $800 20
It's a supplement to a book
    $1000 10
At Hamlet's death, he says, "Good night, sweet prince; and flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!"
    $1000 6
He was born Harold Lloyd Jenkins, but we know him better by this name
    $1000 15
Trying to take Castile, Portugal's Ferdinand II aligned himself with the Duke of Lancaster, John of this
    $1000 30
To do the wave in the world's biggest stadium, head south to the Maracana in this city
    $1000 28
In the atlas, this country that gets its own territory is between Pakistan & Turkmenistan
    $1000 21
Wild Bill Hickok cashed his chips in this town

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tad Ann Maureen
$6,600 $5,900 $5,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Siegfried's funeral march was played when this man's coffin reached the train station in 1883

Final scores:

Tad Ann Maureen
$11,900 $11,700 $10,000
5-day champion: $60,400 2nd place: Trip to Almond Resorts, Barbados 3rd place: Lobster Gram Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tad Ann Maureen
$6,600 $5,300 $5,700
24 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 2000-04-13
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