Show #3682 - Tuesday, September 12, 2000


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Steven King, an elementary school principal from Phoenix, Arizona

Lisa Manley, a homemaker from Frisco, Texas

Mark Staloff, an editor from Somerville, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: An all-celebrity category.)
(Alex: We're talking about the Internet here.)
    $100 1
He was at radio station WHO back in the 1930s & while president, went back to Des Moines
    $100 6
[Hi, I'm Dick Butkus, Hall of Fame linebacker of the Chicago Bears] Before moving to Soldier Field in 1971, the Bears played its home games for 50 seasons in this Cubs park
    $100 12
One of the hottest stocks of summer 2000 was for this nautical action film starring George Clooney
    $100 13
Created by God to rule the Earth in Genesis
    $100 24
It's the double-talk name for the tropical food fish also known as the dolphinfish
    $100 11
One of these might be thrown in an English pub or shot from a blowgun in Peru
    $200 2
He dedicated the Rathbun Dam July 31, 1971
    $200 7
[Hi, I'm Champ Bailey, college football's top defensive player of 1998] The award for top defensive player in college football is named for Bronislaw Nagurski, whose nickname was this
    $200 14
With the release of "Me, Myself, and Irene", this actor's HSX stock shot up $125
    $200 20
Jesus' Earthly parents
    $200 27
A bean with mottled markings shares its name with this equine
    $200 18
In a nursery rhyme, a queen makes some of these only to have them stolen by a knave
    $300 3
Lincoln has a monument in Council Bluffs; this other president has a grave in West Branch
    DD: $400 8
[Hi, I'm Franco Harris, Hall of Fame running back of the Pittsburgh Steelers] In the 1972 playoff game against the Oakland Raiders, I caught a miraculous, game-winning pass that's been nicknamed this
    $300 15
Millions of HSX shares of this scary movie "project" were traded a full year before it was released
    $300 21
"Hairy" couple from Judges 16
    $300 28
You'll have a leg up if you know this is the correct term for a baby hippo
    $300 19
Grammatically speaking, the word "the" is definitely one of these
    $400 4
In 1887 Cleveland attended this city's Corn Palace (or should we say Maize Palace)
    $400 9
(Hi, I'm Raghib Ismail of the Dallas Cowboys.) While at this school, I was named MVP of the Orange Bowl on the first day of the '90s
    $400 16
"RBRIDE" was the HSX designation for this hot-performing stock & movie
    $400 22
The sons of Rebekah
    $400 29
Ethiopian feline variety seen here
    $400 25
They can be a city's highways or a person's blood vessels
    $500 5
In 1975 Ford attended this, the subject of a 1945 Rodgers & Hammerstein film musical
    $500 10
[Hi, I'm Shannon Sharpe of the Denver Broncos] In 1995 this Cowboys running back tied Jim Brown's record by scoring his 100th career TD in his 93rd NFL game
    $500 17
At $4,147 a share, this star of "Firestarter" is one of the highest-valued actresses listed on HSX
    $500 23
God & Jesus are called by these 2 Greek letters in Revelation
    $500 30
Useful in long-term avian study, it's the placing of metal identification tags on the legs of wild birds
    $500 26
One of these might be flip, flow or pie

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Mark Lisa Steven
$400 $1,300 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Lisa Steven
$4,300 $2,100 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
A third, more sexually explicit version of this 1928 D.H. Lawrence novel was finally published in the U.S. in 1959
    $200 17
In 44 B.C. the senate of Rome wanted his head -- on all silver coins
    $200 1
Completed in 1345, the Ponte Vecchio crosses over the Arno River in this European country
    $200 6
    $200 20
He began composing "The Nutcracker Suite" in 1891
    $200 14
In baseball one's behind home plate & one's behind each base
    $400 11
"The Parson's Tale", which deals at length with the 7 deadly sins, concludes this 14th century work
    $400 19
The animal featured on the electrum coin of Lydia, it got the world's coinage off to a roaring success
    $400 2
It's the largest Scottish city on the banks of the Firth of Forth
    $400 8
Aviation's "Mysterious Billionaire"
    $400 21
"Suite Bergamasque" contains this composer's famous piece "Clair De Lune"
    $400 18
It's bordered by Kenya to the east & Sudan to the north
    $600 10
Ian Fleming introduced James Bond in this 1953 novel, which became a 1967 film starring David Niven
    $600 23
Around 334 B.C. this Macedonian's stater became a world currency
    $600 3
Granite pillars support the roof of this man's burial "hall" near "The Gate of Heavenly Peace"
    $600 9
Georgia's "Miss Lillian"
    DD: $300 30
It's the title of the "chasmic" 1931 suite heard here
    $600 22
It's the island instrument heard here
    $800 12
This James Joyce work is a dream sequence in the minds of the Earwicker family
    DD: $1,000 24
A Knossos coin of the 4th century B.C. had this creature on the front & a labyrinth on the reverse
    $800 4
In 1995 the Pacific island of Kiribati shifted this "line", making it the first nation to see the morning sun each day
    $800 15
Cinema's "Man of A Thousand Faces"
    $800 29
Go "trolling" with this Edvard Grieg suite that shares its name with an Ibsen work
    $800 26
In a hit song by the Irish Rovers, these animals didn't make it onto Noah's Ark
    $1000 13
The title of this E.M. Forster novel refers to the house that belonged to Henry Wilcox' first wife
    $1000 25
Smyrna, which claimed to be the birthplace of this poet, put him on a 2nd century B.C. coin
    $1000 5
It's the river that runs through Ludwigshafen & Mannheim
    $1000 16
"The People's Lawyer" & 2000 Green Party presidential candidate
    $1000 28
"Mars" & "Uranus" are famous works within his 1916 suite "The Planets"
    $1000 27
This technique uses high-frequency waves & is often used to view fetuses

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Lisa Steven
$8,100 $8,800 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Using the aliases James Ryan & Harry Place, they boarded a steamer for Argentina in February 1901

Final scores:

Mark Lisa Steven
$1,402 $16,201 $9,300
3rd place: High Sierra Outdoor Gear Collection New champion: $16,201 2nd place: Trip to Sheraton Bougainvilla Resort, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mark Lisa Steven
$8,100 $9,100 $6,500
20 R,
0 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,700

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Game tape date: 2000-07-26
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