Show #3572 - Tuesday, February 29, 2000


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Jeff Gregory, a graphic designer from Atlanta, Georgia

Paula Rice, a test chef from Long Beach, California

Tim Hughes, a grocery clerk from Rockville, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the cereal.)
    $100 20
The Eiffel Tower is its most popular tourist attraction
    $100 6
The studio wanted Tab Hunter, but finally agreed to let this man play the lead
    $100 1
Tony the Tiger
    $100 21
Life-size replicas of 9 gunfighters mark this site of a shoot-out in Tombstone, Arizona
    $100 16
I'm Jack Ryan, a CIA analyst who first appeared in this Tom Clancy novel
    $100 11
It can be caused by a blow to your reputation or to your peeper
    $200 24
The crescent-shaped plaza Puerta del Sol marks the center of this capital's downtown area
    $200 7
The hero's main problem is lack of understanding from this man, played by Jim Backus
    $200 2
Snap! Crackle! Pop!
    $200 23
Mud Island in Memphis, Tennessee boasts a 5-block-long miniature model of this river
    $200 17
I'm Ashenden, Somerset Maugham's self-portrait of his spy days during this war
    $200 12
What you could call that run-down abandoned house you're sick of looking at
    $300 25
This capital's transportation system includes the S-Bahn rapid transit line & the U-Bahn, its subway
    $300 8
Her lines include "All the time I've been looking for someone to love me, and now I love somebody"
    $300 3
Lucky the Leprechaun
    DD: $1,000 28
In Fort Stockton, Texas, 11 ft. tall Paisano Pete, seen here, is one of these birds
    $300 18
I'm the title orphan of a Kipling novel who helps the English sercret service in India
    $300 13
An Ohioan
    $400 26
It lies on a plain at the south end of Attica, a peninsula that extends into the Aegean Sea
    $400 9
Oscar-nominated for his role as the doomed Plato, he lost to Jack Lemmon for "Mister Roberts"
    $400 4
Dig'em Frog
    $400 29
In 1993 a museum was built around one of the world's largest balls of string in this Missouri resort city
    $400 19
I'm the master spy introduced in John le Carre's first novel, "Call for the Dead"
    $400 14
Type of "optimist" in the song from "South Pacific"
    $500 27
The free university of this capital is actually 2 schools: one for French-speaking students & one for Flemish
    $500 10
This setting where the characters go to see stars symbolized the uncaring universe
    $500 5
Mikey (he likes it!)
    $500 30
Glendon, Alberta's love of this Ukrainian dumpling inspired the monument seen here:
    $500 22
I'm the "unexpected" elderly lady who works for the CIA in books by Dorothy Gilman
    $500 15
The imaginative part of your brain useful for picturing a scene

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

Tim Paula Jeff
$800 $1,900 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Paula Jeff
$2,200 $2,900 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the show or series.)
    $200 6
Mitch Albom chronicled visits to a dying old friend in "Tuesdays with" him
    $200 23
This country's 250-guilder note features lighthouses on both the front & back
    $200 1
"Chuckles Bites the Dust"
    $200 9
She published her "Notes on Nursing" in 1859
    $200 18
The hospital ward for heart-related cases, its name is from the Greek for "heart"
    $200 11
Contrary to its name, this yellow mustard brand introduced in 1904 is American
    $400 7
M. Scott Peck's book about this "Road" takes its title from a Robert Frost poem
    $400 24
Virginia's Old Carpe Henry lighthouse on this bay was one of the first public works authorized by Congress
    $400 2
"Dr. Pierce and Mr. Hyde"
    $400 10
Known for her "Turkish Trousers", she introduced Susan B. Anthony to Elizabeth Cady Stanton
    $400 19
From the Latin for "to bring back to the heart" it is used today for "to copy sounds or images on tape"
    $400 12
Ask a speaker of Sanskrit "What's the matr?" & he'll translate it as this relative
    $600 8
In this '90s blockbuster, No. 5 is "Don't call him and rarely return his calls"
    DD: $500 25
Now restored, Old Point Loma lighthouse is part of Cabrillo National Monument in this California city
    $600 3
"Louie's Mom Remarries"
    $600 17
Opera singer Helen Porter Mitchell took this last name from the Australian city near which she was "bourne"
    $600 20
Meaning "heart apart", it's a clash of musical notes
    $600 13
An old adage says that the only part of a pig which can't be eaten is this
    $800 16
According to Publishers Weekly, this Italian's teaching "Method" was the No. 2 bestseller of 1912
    $800 26
Due to constant soil erosion, this North Carolina cape's lighthouse, the USA's tallest, was moved
    $800 4
"Hot Rod Herman"
    $800 28
In 1848 a feminist paper called for this novelist, famous all over France, to run for office; she declined
    $800 21
A person with a yellow streak lacks this word from the Old French & Latin for "heart"
    $800 14
In 1977 women wanted Farrah's feathered hairdo; the previous year they wanted this skater's wedge
    $1000 27
The drawing seen here comes from this drawing text whose first edition appeared in 1979
    $1000 30
In the Middle Ages, the Arabs replaced this Egyptian lighthouse with a small mosque
    $1000 5
"Wojo's Girl"
    $1000 29
Born in 1858, she grew up to be the last queen of Hawaii
    DD: $600 22
A warm & friendly liqueur, it goes back to the Latin for "of the heart"
    $1000 15
The 2 Best Musical Tony winners with the longest titles are "How to Succeed..." in 1962 & this one in 1963

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Paula Jeff
$5,500 $2,300 $4,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 2 original colonies whose names came from American Indian words

Final scores:

Tim Paula Jeff
$7,500 $3,200 $8,199
2nd place: trip to Napa & stay at Dr. Wilkinson's Hot Springs Mud Baths Resort 3rd place: Edge Company Catalog gift certificate New champion: $8,199

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Paula Jeff
$5,300 $2,300 $5,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,000

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Game tape date: 1999-12-01
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