Show #3629 - Thursday, May 18, 2000

2000 Tournament of Champions final game 1.
From the Atlanta Civic Center.


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Steve Fried, a technical support specialist from Phoenix, Arizona

Jeremy Bate, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Robin Carroll, a research assistant from Marietta, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
This imaginary line lies at about 66 degrees 30 minutes south latitude
    $100 2
Before she was Will's Grace, Debra Messing was Gail O'Grady's sister Dana Abandando on this cop drama
    $100 26
On September 9, 1976 this Communist chairman died
    $100 11
On April 1, 1998 a Little Rock judge threw out this woman's lawsuit against President Clinton
    $100 1
"Legs" is William Kennedy's novel about this "gem" of a gangster
    $100 21
On a kahua pohili, "baseball field", you'll find a yuao, "umpire", behind this, pahu eo
    $200 20
Antarctica's largest human community, McMurdo Station, is maintained by this country
    $200 3
"(Hi, I'm A Martinez) Before joining "General Hospital", I won an Emmy playing Cruz on this California-based soap"
    $200 27
Name for the style seen here after a king who reigned from 1643 to 1715:
    $200 12
An American teenager given a controversial caning in May 1994 was allowed to leave this country in June
    $200 7
Thea Kronborg battles adversity to become an opera star in "Song Of The Lark" by this "O Pioneers!" author
    $200 22
Lihilihi maka kuyi are false ones of these for women (no, think higher up)
    $300 19
This big city lies just 30 miles north of the Cape of Good Hope
    $300 9
This gritty drama focuses on the police, paramedics & firefighters who work the 3-11 P.M. shift
    DD: $900 28
After his presidency, this West Point graduate was imprisoned for 2 years
    $300 13
In 1990 4 performance artists sued this government body for denying them grants
    $300 6
The real-life murder of a Moscow student inspired him to write his 1872 novel "The Possessed"
    $300 23
Holi hau is to do this, something a player of hoke has to learn
    $400 18
Stewart Island extends south of South Island in this nation
    $400 8
Frankie Muniz is the title kid on this quirky family sitcom that premiered on FOX in 2000
    $400 29
In 1904 this man's running mate was Charles W. Fairbanks
    $400 14
In July 1999 Disney settled its suit with this former executive for hundreds of millions of dollars
    $400 4
Your mail carrier may know this was James M. Cain's first novel
    $400 24
Pea kina translates to "Chinese bear", meaning this
    $500 17
In Antarctica, Mount Erebus occupies an island at the edge of this ice shelf
    $500 10
On "The Simpsons", the chief executive of Springfield is this corrupt mayor nicknamed Diamond Joe
    $500 30
Given their part-French name in the 1960s, by 1975 this Asian group controlled its country of origin
    $500 15
Before he died in 1996, this Chicago cardinal gave us the bestseller "The Gift Of Peace"
    $500 5
He was a natural as a novelist, as his first novel, "The Natural", proved
    $500 25
A Hawaiian version of this musical would feature the scale song "Pa-Ko-Li"

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

Robin Jeremy Steve
$1,600 $1,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Jeremy Steve
$3,000 $1,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
This author of "Volpone" inspired a generation of younger writers called the "Sons of Ben"
    $200 8
This lemon-lime drink from the Coca-Cola Company was introduced in 1961
    $200 3
In both Canada & the U.S., Father's Day falls on the third Sunday in this month
    $200 18
In 1999 she entered the Pro Figure Skating Championships, as they weren't covered under her lifetime ban
    $200 23
This explorer's January 20, 1778 landing site in Hawaii is an historic landmark
    $200 1
Mr. Flintstone & the first "Spice Girl" to quit the group
    $400 14
This king whose Latin name gave us the word "Jacobean" suppressed the satire "A Game At Chess"
    $400 9
A heartwarming Coke commercial from 1979 featured this Steelers lineman
    $400 4
On Halloween children collect money for this agency using official orange cartons
    $400 19
Around 1846 Sarah Bagley became the first female "operator" of this device
    $400 25
The Pecos Pueblo in this state is in a sorry state from weather erosion
    $400 2
An examination supervisor & what people do in a casino
    $600 15
The title character is strangled in Act IV of John Webster's "The Duchess of" this
    $600 10
In a 1940s hit the Andrews Sisters were drinking this with their Coca-Cola
    $600 5
This general's birthday, July 24, is a national holiday in Ecuador & Venezuela
    $600 20
Aaron Copland composed "Appalachian Spring" for this choreographer
    $600 26
You'll find this plant wizard's house & garden in Santa Rosa, California on the list
    $600 24
Another name for a mongrel & actor Goldblum
    $800 16
Francis Beaumont's usual partner, he may have teamed up with Shakespeare to write "The Two Noble Kinsmen"
    $800 11
A part of Coca-Cola, this company named for its orange juice also makes Hi-C
    $800 6
Boston's annual marathon takes place on this Massachusetts holiday, the third Monday in April
    $800 21
Chicago got its first black mayor, Harold Washington, 4 years after its first woman mayor, her
    $800 27
You can stand with feet of clay, Henry Clay, at the reconstructed home where he lived from 1811 to 1852 in this state
    $800 29
The "colorfully" depressed & popular Old West writer Zane
    DD: $700 17
This author of the play "The Widow's Tears" also did a Homer translation that blew John Keats away
    $1000 12
Coca-Cola first advertised on live network TV in 1950 as a sponsor of this ventriloquist
    $1000 7
This Swedish holiday goes back to Viking times when the night of Dec. 12-13 was the year's longest
    $1000 22
This "Backlash" author won a Pulitzer for a story she wrote while at the Wall Street Journal
    DD: $1,600 28
The Chadds Ford Township, Penn. house & studio in which this artist trained Andrew & James is an historic landmark
    $1000 30
The computer in the movie "Alien" & French Chef Julia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Jeremy Steve
$10,000 $4,600 $6,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: American history!)
He administered the presidential oath of office more times than any other chief justice -- 9 times

Final scores:

Robin Jeremy Steve
$8,000 $7,000 $4,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Robin Jeremy Steve
$8,800 $5,300 $6,000
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 2000-03-19
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