Show #3574 - Thursday, March 2, 2000


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Jim Bush, an attorney and mediator from Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California

Kristi Barksdale, a computer systems administrator from Atlanta, Georgia

Susan Caylor, an account manager from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will be 2 words.)
    $100 7
While trying to create these precious stones in a lab, Edward Acheson came up with carborundum
    $100 26
On March 29, 1996 he played Nash Bridges for the first time, in an episode entitled "Genesis"
    $100 6
In 1969 the Vatican removed this patron saint of England from the official calendar of saints
    $100 1
"All my life I've been waiting for someone, and when I find her, she's a fish"
    $100 17
Frontier writer Fenimore
    $100 12
Meaning of the sign seen here:
["P" with line drawn through it]
    $200 8
In 1890 William Halsted became the first surgeon to wear these during an operation
    $200 27
During the 1920s Charles Nash was president of a company that made these
    $200 22
(Alex Trebek reads from England.) In 1214 barons fed up with King John met at the abbey whose ruins we see here; the result a year later was this charter
    $200 2
"I suppose it'd been better if I'd never been born at all"
    $200 18
"Wayside" writer Wadsworth
    $200 13
IV, meaning 4, for example
    $300 9
He was just trying to make things glow in the dark when he discovered X-rays in 1895
    $300 28
The city of Nashville was named for Francis Nash, a noted general in this war
    $300 23
In 1593 he published his first work, not a play but a poem called "Venus and Adonis"
    $300 3
"You're a woman of many parts, Pussy"
    $300 19
19th century American essayist & novelist David
    $300 14
Uh-oh! The sentence "I don't have no money." features one
    $400 10
In 1895 Aleksandr Popov & this Italian separately came up with the antenna to improve radio reception
    $400 29
Architect John Nash is known for his redesign of the Royal Pavilion in this British seaside resort
    $400 24
Now owned by Mohamed Al-Fayed, it began as a small 19th century grocery shop
    $400 4
"Will the dancing Hitlers please wait in the wings? We are only seeing singing Hitlers"
    $400 20
20th century American critic & novelist Carol
    $400 15
If you're given full discretionary power, you've been given this, French for "blank document"
    $500 11
In 1892 Jupiter's moon Amalthea became the last satellite discovered without using this process
    $500 30
This poet with a wry sense of humor was born in Rye, New York in 1902
    $500 25
This national stadium has played host to the Olympics, the World Cup & Live Aid
    DD: $500 5
"You only gave me books with the word 'death' in the title"
    $500 21
Novelist & editor Madox
    $500 16
Abbreviated C.O., it's a person who refuses to bear arms due to moral or religious principles

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Susan Kristi Jim
$1,000 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Kristi Jim
$2,300 $3,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: What a team!)
(Alex: A better team!)
"S" & "M"
    $200 8
Ferdinand helped Isabella win her war of succession against Alfonso V of this neighboring country
    $200 7
Potatoes served "au" this are baked with cheese in a shallow dish of the same name
    $200 4
The deepest known area on Earth, the Mariana Trench, is found in this ocean
    $200 1
In 1989 the aging members of this band toured with a special version of the rock opera "Tommy"
    $200 12
In 1997 this politician got in trouble over his courses at Georgia's Kennesaw State & Reinhardt College
    $200 22
This tree swinger of South America is noted for its exceptionally long limbs
    $400 21
In 1492 Ferdinand & Isabella expelled the Sephardim, members of this religion
    $400 9
It's the word for meat & potatoes cooked in a rich broth, or for what you may do waiting for it to get done
    $400 11
Of 6, 12 or 18, the number of streets that radiate out from the Arc de Triomphe
    $400 2
This 1968 Beatles film is subtitled "Nothing Is Real"
    $400 13
In "Casablanca", it's whom Claude Rains intends to "round up" after the Nazi major is shot
    $400 25
In the theater, this person runs a production from behind the scenes
    $600 26
This group's nearly 800-year rule of Spain ended when Ferdinand took Granada in 1492
    $600 10
You might like fries with this "messy" sandwich of ground beef cooked in a tomato sauce
    $600 18
Romanian ports on this colorful sea include Mamaia & Constanta
    $600 3
If your memory of Survivor survives, it's probably because of this 1982 smash hit from "Rocky III"
    $600 14
This plant dye, now largely synthetic, traditionally puts the blue in blue jeans
    $600 24
Invented in Sweden, they can only be ignited on a special surface
    $800 27
Ferdinand added Italian territory to this kingdom by becoming king of Naples & of this island
    $800 16
This meaty "pie" is topped with a browned mashed potato crust
    $800 19
Small numbers of reindeer imported to Alaska from this Russian region eventually increased to more than 500,000
    $800 5
Korn howled at this TV figure, "You told me everybody was my neighbor... they took advantage of me"
    $800 15
4-letter word for stockings or nylons; in the 1500s men wore them too
    DD: $2,500 29
Georgia site seen here:
    $1000 28
Isabella took an interest in helping religious orders, especially this "poor" order of nuns
    DD: $1,000 23
To save room for a baked potato, don't order this large steak named for a type of tavern
    $1000 20
This mountain climbs to 15,771 feet in the Savoy Alps
    $1000 6
It's "More Than A Feeling" that this group's 1976 debut album was one of the biggest sellers in rock history
    $1000 17
In court you're an affiant if you make one of these sworn written statements
    $1000 30
St. Augustine's mom

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Kristi Jim
$7,900 $7,600 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This U.S. firm is the world's largest processor of tomatoes

Final scores:

Susan Kristi Jim
$12,901 $10,000 $2,500
2-day champion: $24,202 2nd place: Trip to Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort & Spa 3rd place: Siemens Gigaset 2420 Cordless Phone

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Susan Kristi Jim
$7,900 $8,600 $4,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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Game tape date: 1999-12-01
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