Show #3637 - Tuesday, May 30, 2000


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Joseph Crippen, a Lutheran pastor from Northfield, Minnesota

Susan Wozny, a speech pathologist from West Orange, New Jersey

Ginny Reynolds, a writer and production coordinator from Patterson, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In Grant Wood's "American Gothic", a farmer is holding this implement in his right hand
    $100 3
Buddy Sorrell,
Sally Rogers,
Rob Petrie
    $100 11
The USA's largest rodent, it has a flat tail that acts as a rudder in water
    $100 26
On May 10, 1869 it became the first continent to have a rail line running from its east coast to its west coast
    $100 12
Something known to be feasible is this "and true"
    $100 21
The Marine Corps motto, it means "Always Faithful"
    $200 2
Portraitist Gilbert Stuart produced over 1,100 paintings, 104 of which were likenesses of this man
    $200 7
Don Hollinger,
Lou Marie,
Ann Marie
    $200 17
The black panther is actually this cat with a black coat through which traces of spots can still be seen
    $200 27
In the early 1990s the Ford Taurus overtook this model of Honda as No. 1 in U.S. auto sales
    $200 13
Mount a picture, or contrive evidence to make an innocent person look guilty
    $200 22
Ground troops are based at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina & this camp near San Diego
    $300 4
In the early 19th century, this Spaniard created a sensation with his "Majas" paintings, one clothed & one nude
    $300 8
Jonas Grumby,
Roy Hinkley,
Mary Ann Summers
    $300 18
The Indian species of this large land mammal has only 1 horn; other species have 2
    $300 28
This wheeled war vehicle was introduced to the Egyptians around 1600 B.C. by an invading people called the Hyksos
    $300 14
This synonym for fast can also refer to all the ships in a navy
    DD: $600 23
In the Mexican War the Marines raised the flag over the National Palace, known by this phrase in their hymn
    $400 5
His 17th century work seen here is known as "The Jewish Bride":
    $400 9
Murray Slaughter,
Sue Ann Nivens,
Ted Baxter
    $400 19
The 2 species of alligator are the American & the Chinese, which inhabits the basin of this longest Asian river
    $400 29
The SR.N4 MK III, one of the largest of these, crosses the English Channel on a cushion of air
    $400 15
Skip school, or the furrow on the side of the road
    $400 24
During the Spanish-American War, the Marines were the first Americans to land in Cuba, seizing this bay
    $500 6
This French fauvist's "Joie De Vivre" features naked women frolicking & lounging in a field
    $500 10
Bud & Kitten Anderson
    $500 20
This deer's name is from a Canadian Indian word for "snow shoveler" because it paws for food in the snow
    $500 30
In 1993 this former Denver mayor became the first Hispanic-American Secretary of Transportation
    $500 16
A superlative form of little, it's an antonym of utmost
    $500 25
The conquest of this Pacific island in February & March 1945 was the largest all-Marine battle in U.S. history

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

Ginny Susan Joseph
$1,500 $1,200 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ginny Susan Joseph
$2,200 $1,000 $4,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hey, that's a hotel!)
    $200 14
A suicide note that called life "A lonely street" helped inspire the lyrics to this No. 1 song from 1956
    $200 15
When hanging around urban plazas, the rock dove is usually called this
    $200 9
"The Four Seasons" consists of 4 concertos for this instrument & orchestra
    $200 1
We hope you don't contract a virus on your scenic boating holiday in this country's Ebola River region
    $200 6
A subpoena is a writ to call you to testify; this writ calls you to defend yourself in a lawsuit
    $200 20
He added a sleeping basket to the presidential yacht, the U.S.S. Potomac, for his dog Fala
    $400 16
Rob Lowe & Jodie Foster starred in this 1984 movie based on a John Irving novel
    $400 27
This capital city's Zocalo or Plaza de la Constitucion is on the former area of the main Aztec temple
    $400 10
The concerto for this season depicts peasants celebrating the harvest
    $400 2
An active holiday in this European nation might begin with becoming radioactive in its Kiev Reservoir region
    $400 7
(Hi, I'm Greg Gerrmann and I play Richard Fish on Ally McBeal.) This name for a variety of legal writs comes from the Latin for "you have the body"
    $400 21
This multimillionaire used to sail with dad Malcolm on the family yacht, The Highlander
    $600 17
"Life In The Fast Lane" & "New Kid In Town" are songs from this album
    $600 28
The American People's Encyclopedia Yearbook called this type of place "A 1960 neoglism":
    $600 11
This man who composed the work was very popular in his time & a major influence on Bach
    $600 3
Holiday in this Asian capital to visit a former U.S. embassy & the killing fields of Choeung Ek
    $600 8
When a writ of dower is issued, it normally follows a death & assigns property to this person
    DD: $1,000 22
Part of a 1997 opera named for this American woman is set on the yacht Christina
    $800 18
Greta Garbo & John Barrymore are 2 of the guests in this 1932 movie blockbuster
    DD: $800 29
Manhattan's Grand Army Plaza has a statue of this general, something probably not too common in Atlanta
    $800 12
The excerpt heard here depicts this dental event caused by winter cold:
    $800 4
The Cite Soleil shantytown is not to be missed on a holiday in this Caribbean nation of 7 million
    $800 25
Land can be transferred with a writ of this, which we guess is 9/10 of a writ of law
    $800 23
In June 1999 Michael Douglas & this Welsh beauty were spotted, as a London paper put it, canoodling on his yacht
    $1000 19
In a 1974 song, Leonard Cohen remembered you well in this hotel
    $1000 30
In Barcelona, you can call it the Plaza del Rei, or you can translate it to this person's "Square"
    $1000 13
"The Four Seasons" is part of a work titled "Il Cimento Dell'armonia...", "The Test of" this
    $1000 5
On holiday in this disputed territory where you'll find K2, you might be served Indian food one day & Pakistani the next
    $1000 26
The name of this writ ordering a specific action is Latin for "we command"
    $1000 24
In 1988 Gary Hart had a merry time with Donna Rice aboard this yacht

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ginny Susan Joseph
$9,800 $1,800 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

While pregnant with him, the mother of this actor, gazing at the Uffizi's art, 1st felt him move, hence his 1st name

Final scores:

Ginny Susan Joseph
$17,000 $1,000 $19,601
2nd place: Konka HDTV Set & DirecTv Satellite Service 3rd place: Lobster Gram Gift Certificate New champion: $19,601

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ginny Susan Joseph
$9,800 $2,800 $9,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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Game tape date: 2000-02-28
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