Show #3832 - Tuesday, April 10, 2001

Ryan Moore game 5.


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Pete Sekula, a stay-at-home dad from Brookfield, Wisconsin

Doug Kollasch, a college student from Colfax, Iowa

Ryan Moore, a dot-com start-up partner from Venice, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $29,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the city served by those airports.)
    $100 18
On Aug. 2, 2000 this nominee for VP said, "These have been years of prosperity...but little purpose in the White House"
    $100 1
This hit song by Ritchie Valens was originally the B-side of "Donna"
    $100 11
You may have a lei-over there:
    $100 16
On the housefly, these are large, compound & composed of up to 4,000 individual lenses
    $100 26
Tylenol spokeswoman Susan Sullivan is now the uptight mother of this husband to Dharma
    $100 6
It's made by bees & is an important food for bears & badgers
    $200 19
Accepting his party's nomination, JFK said, "We stand today on the edge of a new" one of these
    $200 2
This region in south-central Spain is the setting for Cervantes' "Don Quixote"
    $200 12
An hour later you'll want to go back:
    $200 17
Like most insects, all flies are divided into 3 parts: thorax, abdomen & this
    $200 27
This former MTV personality seen here now dispenses political comedy nightly
    $200 7
In the titles of Top 40 hits, it precedes "I Need Your Loving" & "I Love Your Way"
    $300 20
This phrase for a "room" where candidates are picked emerged from the 1920 convention that nominated Harding
    $300 3
Bolivia's largest city, it was founded in 1548 on the site of an Inca village
    $300 13
The cream of Bavaria:
    $300 23
Of major insect groups, flies are the only one with just one real pair of these
    $300 28
In 2000 this "Seinfeld" co-star briefly returned to series TV playing a private eye
    $300 8
In the book of Judges, this type of being tells Gideon, "The Lord is with thee"
    $400 21
This 1988 nominee honored his immigrant father's "Abiding faith in the promise of America"
    $400 4
George Hearn won a 1984 Tony for his role as Albin opposite Gene Barry's Georges in this Broadway musical
    $400 14
Place for endive & sprouts:
    $400 24
From the Spanish for "little fly", this fly variety has hypodermic mouth parts to pierce skin
    $400 29
She's been seen on "ET", hosted documentaries on "E!" & is now seen on "Extra":
    $400 9
The most popular endearment among members of the gourd family, beating out "melon" & "squash"
    DD: $600 22
Ford was "The first incumbent president since" this Republican who could say "'America is at peace'"
    $500 5
Before he was elected mayor of New York City in 1933, he served 14 years in the U.S. House of Representatives
    $500 15
Same city:
    $500 25
These large, speedy biting flies with an animal name are also known as gadflies & greenheads
    $500 30
This late Oscar winner's '50s show was originally titled "A Letter To Loretta"
    $500 10
Collusion between management & union officials may result in this type of "deal" or "contract"

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

Ryan Doug Pete
$900 $1,400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Doug Pete
$2,700 $2,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
When a critter is said to be a Maltese, it's often a white one of these animals
    $200 16
Not surprisingly her website lists as one of her favorite actresses her sister Ashley
    $200 1
Call Ishmael the narrator of this 19th century novel
    $200 17
Washington's Sacajawea State Park is located on the site where this expedition camped in 1805
    $200 19
Lepke Buchalter of Murder, Inc. is credited with first using this 3-letter word for an arranged killing
    $200 11
You can do this to present a toast or offer marriage
    $400 7
Charles V, who held this "Holy" title, granted Malta to the Knights of St. John in 1530
    $400 22
There must have been some "Achy Breaky Hearts" when his ponytail was auctioned off for charity
    $400 2
Margaret has big questions for the big guy in this Judy Blume favorite
    $400 18
Custer State Park in South Dakota has one of the world's largest free-roaming herds of these
    $400 21
Profession of Mary Kay Letourneau, jailed in 1997 for an affair with a 13-year-old
    $400 12
Your nose, from the Latin for "to feed"
    $600 8
The whole island of Malta was awarded the George Cross for bravery & heroism during this war
    $600 23
This "Gambler" recently hit the jackpot with "Buy Me A Rose", his first chart-topper in 13 years
    $600 3
Meursault, whose mother might have died today, narrates this work
    DD: $700 20
A New Mexico state park named for this bandit lies on the site of his raid into U.S. territory in 1916
    $600 26
This larcenous family that included brothers Ike & Billy went up against the Earps at the O.K. Corral
    $600 13
He had a happy homecoming in Luke 15: 11-32
    $800 9
Pressure from this admiral drove Napoleon & his forces from Malta in 1800
    $800 24
In 2000 these 2 lovebirds sizzled on their "Soul2Soul" tour
    DD: $600 4
William Styron opted for Stingo to narrate this novel
    $800 29
Visitors to Crater of Diamonds State Park in this state may keep any precious or semiprecious stones they find
    $800 27
Real-life thief Henri Charriere was played by Steve McQueen in this film set on Devil's Island
    $800 14
Mel Brooks won a Best Screenplay Oscar for this 1968 comedy
    $1000 10
In the first century A.D., this important Christian leader was shipwrecked on Malta for 3 months
    $1000 25
In 1997 this singer seen here took off with a CMA Award for her "455 Rocket" music video
    $1000 5
Jim Burden reminisces about his Nebraska childhood & a certain Bohemian farm girl in this Cather classic
    $1000 28
This 1930s radio personality seen here was pastor of the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan
    $1000 15
The trade name for the drug fluoxetine, or Elizabeth Wurtzel's "nation"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Doug Pete
$7,400 $5,400 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T" in 1953 was the 1st live-action feature film from this author's works; a 2nd was released in 2000

Final scores:

Ryan Doug Pete
$10,800 $10,401 $0
5-day champion: $39,800 2nd place: a trip on a Sanyo Blimp in the U.S. 3rd place: a Meade EFX90 Autostar telescope

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Doug Pete
$7,200 $6,000 $5,200
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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Game tape date: 2000-12-14
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