Show #3583 - Wednesday, March 15, 2000

Robin Carroll game 3.


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Mollie Fucilla, an elementary school teacher from San Francisco, California

Steve Tanner, an administrative assistant from Los Angeles, California

Robin Carroll, a researcher from Marietta, Georgia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In almost a blink of an eye, a blepharoplasty operation can remove excess skin from these
    $100 26
To be good in this sport, practice shooting from different points on the court, not just the free-throw line
    $100 23
In Chinese cooking, a hearty pork soup is called "Hot &" this
    $100 8
Peter Pan saved her from the clutches of Captain Hook
    $100 13
To overturn a boat is to do this to it
    $100 18
Bullhead City,
    $200 2
Anosmia is the loss of this sense; you get it if your olfactory bulb stops working
    $200 27
Most amateur teams in this sport play slow pitch
    $200 6
Until they're 2 1/2 months old, cheetahs have these long growths of hair more associated with lions
    $200 9
Longfellow wrote, "At the feet of" this maid "Hiawatha laid his burden"
    $200 14
Name shared by the mother of 3 kings of France & a "Great" Russian empress
    $200 19
Coos Bay,
Klamath Falls
    $300 3
Paresthesia is the term for when you "feel" these sewing items
    $300 28
Played inside a gym or out on the beach, you have to know how to bump, set & serve to play it
    $300 7
In 1997 5 orthodox Jewish students shocked by this Conn. school's co-ed dorms asked to live off campus
    $300 10
On this TV series, Princess Summerfall Winterspring was first a puppet; then Judy Tyler played the role
    $300 15
At times, only the grin of this Lewis Carroll feline could be seen
    $300 20
    $400 4
For this, the book "Skin Deep" recommends such treatments as witch hazel or a cool bath
    DD: $700 29
The Brooklyn Blades is a woman's team in this sport
    $400 24
Benozzo Gozzoli's fame rests on a set of frescoes in the Medici Palace in this city
    $400 11
This baseball team's mascot Chief Nokahoma lived in a teepee in the outfield stands
    $400 16
Clint Black knows it's the organization abbreviated CMA
    $400 21
Schuylkill Haven,
    $500 5
A condition that features involuntary tics, it's part of Sydenham's & Huntington's diseases
    $500 30
Teams of 10 men or 12 women play this sport seen here
    $500 25
In 1993 & 1994 this leader was convicted in Panama of involvement in the killing of political foes
    $500 12
In a 1960 No. 1 hit by Johnny Preston, this young Indian brave "Loved Little White Dove with a love big as the sky"
    $500 17
This official name of the Ivory Coast is the country's name in French
    $500 22

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

Robin Steve Mollie
$700 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Steve Mollie
$3,500 $1,900 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the spelling)
    $200 26
Thomas More learned this profession at London's Lincoln Inn
    $200 1
"Fantasy Island"'s Tattoo, he played Nick Nack in the James Bond flick "The Man With The Golden Gun"
    $200 17
The Earth's greatest circumference lies along a circle just south of this imaginary line
    $200 12
Pricey shops on this NYC thoroughfare include Tiffany's & Saks
    $200 7
"Dick Tracy",
    $200 21
To indicate this, say "denaro" or "soldi", or just rub your thumb against your finger
    $400 27
This honor was bestowed upon More in 1935, the quadricentennial of his death
    $400 2
(Hi, I'm Richard Kind of "Spin City".) I provided the voice of Molt, the annoying grasshopper, in this 1998 animated Disney film
    $400 6
The strongest shaking in an earthquake is usually felt at this point on the Earth's surface above the focus
    $400 13
It's the road on which you could "Get Your Kicks" in the theme song of a 1960s TV show
    $400 8
"Gilligan's Island",
"The Andy Griffith Show",
"Petticoat Junction"
    $400 22
Prego, "You're Welcome", is the usual response to this Italian word
    $600 28
On perjured testimony, More was convicted of this crime in 1535 & beheaded 5 days later
    $600 3
She found out about "Sex And The City" in "L.A. Story" & "Honeymoon In Vegas"
    $600 18
The entire bottom of this rocky "skin" of the Earth is called the Mohorovicic Discontinuity
    DD: $1,000 14
This highway stretches from Jacksonville, Florida to Santa Monica, California
    $600 9
"Some Girls",
"Sticky Fingers",
"Voodoo Lounge"
    $600 23
This word is Italian for "May", so you'd think the "Yankee Clipper" had his best games in that month
    $800 29
In 1529 More succeeded Cardinal Wolsey in this office whose duties included keeping the Great Seal
    $800 4
He appeared as Ali MacGraw's dad in "Goodbye, Columbus" before he was TV's Oscar Madison
    DD: $1,000 19
Today, it lies near Ellef Ringnes Island in northern Canada
    $800 15
You'll find many embassies on this Washington, D.C. avenue bearing the name of the sixth state to join the Union
    $800 10
"Oliver Twist",
"Nicholas Nickleby",
"The Mystery of Edwin Drood"
    $800 24
Abbastanza, meaning "enough", is often shortened to this 5-letter word
    $1000 30
This German-born artist did the 1527 painting of More seen here
    $1000 5
John Mahoney of "Frasier" played one of the guys who sold aluminum siding in this Barry Levinson film
    $1000 20
Almost all weather takes place in this lowest part of the atmosphere
    $1000 16
Victoria Street, Queen Street & Queen's Park Circle are all found in this Canadian city
    $1000 11
Millard Fillmore,
Zachary Taylor,
Franklin Pierce
    $1000 25
It precedes "far niente" in a phrase meaning "sweet inactivity"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Steve Mollie
$11,500 $5,500 $1,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

As of Oct. 1999, of the 10 most expensive paintings sold at public auction, these 2 artists had 4 each on the list

Final scores:

Robin Steve Mollie
$11,100 $250 $2,901
3-day champion: $37,100 3rd place: JVC FS-800 Stereo System & 32 Jazz CDs 2nd place: Trip to Pueblo Bonito Blanco Resort, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Robin Steve Mollie
$10,800 $6,500 $1,500
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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Game tape date: 1999-12-15
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