Show #3681 - Monday, September 11, 2000


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Mark Staloff, an editor from Somerville, Massachusetts

Fran Balin, a business analyst from Sharon, Massachusetts

Michel Phillips, a lawyer from Smyrna, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $34,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
One of Galen's favorite animals to dissect was this "ape" of Gibraltar
    $100 11
Hey, gimme an I-5, "I" being short for this
    $100 17
This Maryland signer of the Constitution got a fort named for him
    $100 16
A stage musical based on this 1997 film about stripping steel mill workers opened in 2000
    $100 4
Shortly before midnight April 14, 1912 it struck an iceberg & sank by 2:30 A.M.
    $100 1
It's a painting of an artist by the artist
    $200 27
In 1894 Kitasato found the bacillus that caused this scourge of the Middle Ages
    $200 12
In the case of Piccadilly, it's 1-ring, not 3-ring
    $200 19
In the '80s this California preschool was involved in what was then the USA's longest, costliest criminal trial
    $200 18
1978 classic in which Bluto sneaks a peek at Mandy undressing
    $200 5
On Sept. 30, 1993 a 6.4 earthquake rocked villages in the Maharashtra state in this country, killing thousands
    $200 2
It's used as a plea in court to justify the defendant's use of physical force against an attacker
    $300 28
Alfred Lovell's Jodrell Bank radio telescope was finished in 1957 just in time to track this 1st artificial satellite
    $300 13
Hey bud, it's "My way or" this
    $300 23
"Blackboard Jungle" author Evan Hunter writes the 87th Precinct mysteries under this name
    $300 20
She was stripper Erin Grant in the 1996 classic "Striptease"
    $300 6
This exploded about 70 seconds after lift-off from Cape Canaveral Jan. 28, 1986
    $300 3
A positive sense of this represents how valuable you think you are
    $400 14
A ring road surrounding an urban area; on a diet you may have to tighten it a notch
    $400 24
Seen here, his film roles include a Scottish slacker & a Jedi knight
    $400 21
(Hi, I'm Kari Wuhrer.) In "The Crossing Guard" I had to do a (very provocative) striptease in front of this actor; that role wasn't one of my five easy pieces
    $400 7
On Feb. 3, 1998 a low-flying jet clipped a ski lift cable, killing 20 in the Dolomite Mountains in this country
    $400 9
In 1980 Spain granted the Basques this, though it was limited
    DD: $800 29
To make his barometer, Evangelista Torricelli inverted a glass tube in a dish of this
    $500 15
Spanish for "road"; for Tennessee Williams it was the "real" thing
    $500 25
This WWF head coined the phrase "sports entertainment" to suggest pro wrestling isn't pure athletics
    $500 22
In this Altman film, singer Sueleen strips before a rowdy crowd at a fund-raiser
    $500 8
This captain was killed in a skirmish with natives at Kealakekua Bay on Feb. 14, 1779
    $500 10
This prophecy comes about through a tendency to make events confirm to a predicted outcome

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

Michel Fran Mark
$1,900 $700 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michel Fran Mark
$2,300 $1,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
No. 5 Domgasse, known as the Figarohaus, was this man's home in 1785
    $200 1
Timon, Pumbaa & Simba are all characters in this musical
    $200 2
The sayings in this book include "When pride cometh, then cometh shame; but with the lowly is wisdom"
    $200 21
Some species of this eel have teeth that are modified for crushing hard-shelled animals
    $200 22
Reliable security seen here
    $200 13
From 1880 to 1892, this patriotic composer directed the U.S. Marine Corps Band
    $400 12
Royal apartments in the Hofburg Palace, once home to Maria Theresa, now house the person in this post
    $400 5
There's trouble in River City when professor Harold Hill comes a-calling in this musical
    $400 3
Leviticus 16 describes the day of this, the holiest & most solemn in the Jewish calendar
    $400 27
The name of this small shrimp-like animal that lives on plankton is from the Norwegian for "young of fish"
    $400 23
Over a million people clog through this port city of southwestern Holland
    $400 17
Flying or not, this Marine Corps nickname refers to a collar once part of the uniform
    $600 14
More useful in olden wars, they were demolished around 1860 to make room for the Ring Boulevard
    $600 6
Damon Runyon's short story "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown" inspired this musical
    $600 4
In the first book of this man, he anoints Saul as king
    $600 28
In England the dogfish species of this sea creature is often used in preparing fish & chips
    $600 24
No one will ever accuse me of serving this cheap, inferior liquor
    $600 18
One of the Marine Corps main training sites is Parris Island in this state
    $800 15
This hotel famous for its torte was founded in 1876, though there might be one born every minute
    $800 7
Many of the songs associated with Louis Jordan are featured in "Five Guys Named" this
    DD: $1,000 9
Chapter 3 of the "Epistle to" these people explains why Christ is superior to Moses
    $800 29
The sea urchin is covered with sharp, pointed items called these with which it moves along the seafloor
    $800 25
This author created David Alan Kepesh, Nathan Zuckerman & Alexander Portnoy
    DD: $1,000 19
The Marine Corps Hymn was written following the capture of this foreign capital in 1847
    $1000 16
This Vienna Woods village was the scene of the mysterious 1889 death of Crown Prince Rudolf
    $1000 8
This matrimonial '60s musical! musical! was based on the play "The Fourposter"
    $1000 10
Nebuchadnezzar besieges Jerusalem in the first verse of the book of this man
    $1000 30
The most common species of this commercial fish is red; it doesn't turn orange until it's out of the water
    $1000 26
Works by this Russian-born U.S. abstract impressionist include "Brown, Black and Blue"
    $1000 20
It's the enlisted Marine rank between private & corporal

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michel Fran Mark
$4,500 $3,200 $9,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1961 John F. Kennedy helped this man's widow get permission to go to Cuba to pick up her late husband's papers

Final scores:

Michel Fran Mark
$6,401 $6,400 $9,799
2nd place: Forever Resorts Northern California Houseboat Vacation 3rd place: Skagen Denmark Shopping Spree New champion: $9,799

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michel Fran Mark
$4,500 $4,200 $8,900
20 R,
5 W
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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Game tape date: 2000-07-26
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