Show #3617 - Tuesday, May 2, 2000


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Rosemary Wiseman, an office manager from Oldsmar, Florida

Dan Felsenheld, a marketing manager from Arlington, Virginia

Alan Taber, a mechanical engineer from Lancaster, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $46,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The beak of this flightless bird of Antarctica can be black, red, orange or bright purple
    $100 12
"Life on the Street" in Baltimore included Richard Belzer as Det. John Munch on this gritty drama
    $100 11
    $100 22
Of port, starboard, fore or aft, the one usually yelled by a golfer
    $100 14
Donald Duck could tell you it's the occupational hat seen here:
    $100 6
Wet, sticky substance campaigners "sling"
    $200 2
Buckskin was originally made from the mule & white-tailed species of this ungulate
    $200 13
(Hi, I'm Brook Kerr from the soap opera Passions.) With elements of the supernatural, "Passions" has been described as "'Peyton Place' meets" this Fox series
    $200 27
    $200 23
Of Jungle Jim, Slim Jim, Lord Jim or Home Gym, the one made by Goodmark Foods
    $200 15
From the Latin for "device", it's the traditional occupation of this hat's wearer:
    $200 7
A thesaurus lists among this 2-letter word's synonyms: "Over one's dead body" & "Not for all the tea in China"
    $300 3
A species of this insect, Apidae Bombus, ranges from above the Arctic Circle to as far south as Tierra del Fuego
    $300 19
Stu & Didi Pickles are Tommy's parents on this Nickelodeon cartoon
    $300 28
New Mexico:
    $300 24
Of Alpha, Bravo, Charlie or Delta, the national cable TV network
    $300 16
The hat seen here is worn by police in this European nation of almost 60 million:
    $300 8
Insult a Finn & he may just turn his other poski, this
    $400 4
In a boon to lab research, in 1956 it was found that this "golden" rodent could be infected with the common cold
    $400 20
Barnabas Collins was a 200-year-old vampire on this serial that premiered in 1966
    $400 29
    $400 25
Of dipthong, Haiphong, souchong or Howie Long, the tea
    $400 17
Hats like the one seen here are worn by this group that was named for a Mennonite elder:
    DD: $500 9
The name of this cookie made from sugar, egg whites & almond paste comes from the same root as the name of a pasta
    $500 5
This flightless South American bird often associates with guanacos, forming mixed herds
    $500 21
In 1999 stockade humor made a short-lived comeback in "Thanks", a sitcom set in 1621 in this colony
    $500 30
New Jersey:
    $500 26
Of Tic Tac, knickknack, bric-a-brac or Micmac, the one that definitely won't fit in your pocket
    $500 18
It's the "exhausting" style of hat seen here:
    $500 10
As a noun, it's a short whip; as a verb, to trim a photo

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

Alan Dan Rosemary
$200 -$400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Dan Rosemary
$1,900 $1,100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This trailblazer held a series of political offices in Kentucky including sheriff & deputy surveyor
    $200 8
Type of flag seen here
    $200 4
"Let It Bleed",
"Tattoo You",
"Beggars Banquet"
    $200 25
Geometrically speaking, to travel 360 degrees, returning to an earlier position
    $200 12
Joseph Heller was born in 1923 in this section of Brooklyn that shares its name with an amusement park
    $200 15
In December 1999 her tomb at the foot of the Mount of Olives flooded, ruining many icons
    $400 2
He was off Flamborough Head, England on September 23, 1779 when he said, "I have not yet begun to fight"
    $400 9
A flagpole is also called a staff or this nautical term
    $400 5
"Shake it Up",
"Heartbeat City"
    $400 26
When someone "gets" this, it's regarded as a just punishment
    $400 13
What Heller did in the Army Air Forces during WWII, or in his play title, what "We" did "In New Haven"
    $400 16
A December 1999 storm in this city flooded the basement of the State Hermitage Museum
    DD: $800 3
He served jointly with William Hunter as Postmaster General of the colonies from 1753 to 1774
    $600 11
It can be a flag flown from a naval ship, or the lowest rank of commissioned officer on it
    $600 6
"Automatic for the People"
    $600 27
Plan ahead as your "chickens" might make this undesirable return
    $600 14
In the '60s Heller wrote for this Ernest Borgnine sitcom under the name Max Orange
    $600 17
In September & October 1999 much of this country's city of Villahermosa was under water
    $800 18
Despite victories in the Northwest Territory, this general & his men received no pay for their services in the revolution
    DD: $1,500 20
This word for the upper left part of a flag is a place name on maps of China & Ohio
    $800 7
"On the Border",
"Hell Freezes Over",
"Hotel California"
    $800 23
Heller was one of the uncredited contributors to the screenplay of this 1967 James Bond comedy
    $800 22
Flooding in this country's Quang Ngai province in late 1999 destroyed hundreds of homes
    $1000 19
On September 27, 1779 this ex-chief justice of New York was named minister plenipotentiary to Spain
    $1000 21
A tapering flag that ends in 2 points is named for its resemblance to this bird's "tail"
    $1000 10
"Dreamboat Annie",
"Little Queen",
"Bad Animals"
    $1000 24
Heller was going to number "Catch-22" this, but Leon Uris had already used it with "Mila"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Alan Dan Rosemary
$5,000 $3,500 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"Built From Scratch" is a book on how Bernie Marcus & Arthur Blank remodeled this chain founded in 1978

Final scores:

Alan Dan Rosemary
$2,999 $5,601 $0
2nd place: Zenith 36" TV & Tivo Hard Disk Recorder Service New champion: $5,601 3rd place: LobsterGram Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Alan Dan Rosemary
$4,800 $3,500 $2,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
7 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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Game tape date: 2000-02-15
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