Show #3528 - Wednesday, December 29, 1999

Jack Archey game 1.


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Jack Archey, a C.P.A. and comedian from Los Angeles, California

Terri Jones, an auditor from Columbus, Ohio

Judith Martin Straw, a writer and bookseller from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Seems like yesterday!)
(Alex: We'll give you the king, you identify the country.)
    $100 21
In the 1763 Treaty of Paris France ceded to England all its land east of the Mississippi, except for this city
    $100 1
She's not only the center square on "Hollywood Squares", she's the show's executive producer
    $100 16
In baseball, it's also known as a round-tripper
    $100 26
The red on the flag stands for this spilled by the patriots
    $100 11
Dan Aykroyd played Mack Sennett in this 1992 biopic starring Robert Downey, Jr.
    $100 6
Victor Emmanuel II,
Umberto I,
Victor Emmanuel III
    $200 22
The August 1857 Indian Massacre of surrendered American & English troops is in this 1826 Cooper novel
    $200 2
She's the stand-up comic seen here:
    $200 17
This Tim Allen show premiered on September 17, 1991
    $200 27
It stands to reason Colombia's highest peak is named for this explorer
    $200 12
Of "Bingo!", "Birdy" or "Bugsy", the one that starred an animal
    $200 7
Olaf I Tryggvason,
Olaf II Haraldsson,
Olaf IV Haakonsson
    $300 23
In 1753, concerned over French fort-building in the Ohio Valley, Virginia sent this 21-year-old to check things out
    $300 3
She didn't become a zany redhead until MGM dyed her hair that color for a movie
    $300 18
It's the classic American song heard here:
    $300 28
Lying in a basin high in the Andes, it's Colombia's largest city
    $300 13
The cover of the video to this 1997 comedy features Jack Nicholson & a dog
    $300 8
Albert I,
Leopold III,
    $400 24
In 1692 a 14-year-old girl defended a Canadian fort against warriors from this 5-nation Indian group
    $400 4
(Hi, I'm Kathy Griffin from "Suddenly Susan") This funny lady, my TV mom, had the first show on the Fox network when it premiered in 1986
    $400 19
Incorporated in 1978, this company claims to be the largest do-it-yourself retailer in the U.S.A.
    DD: $300 29
Unable to conclude a treaty with Colombia in 1903, the U.S. helped this country secede & made one with it
    $400 14
First name of the former first lady guarded by Nicolas Cage as Doug Chesnic
    $400 9
Abdullah II
    $500 25
On May 9, 1712, during Queen Anne's War, this American colony split into 2 parts
    $500 5
She "takes on" such characters as spinster Kay Clark & airport security guard Sheneesha Turner
    $500 20
Many Yanks know "The Kids in the Hall" first aired in the U.S. on this cable channel in the late 1980s
    $500 30
It may not be the gem of the ocean, but this gem is the "green gold" natives once threw into Lake Guatavita
    $500 15
This actress has played Shelby Eatenton Latcherie & Mary Reilly
    $500 10
Ferdinand VII,
Juan Carlos

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

Judith Terri Jack
$1,300 $900 $2,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judith Terri Jack
$3,600 $1,400 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the TV show that featured these addresses.)
(Alex: These are not real elements, these are just words that, and like so many elements, end in "-ium".)
    $200 1
Familiar songs in this opera include Don Jose's "Flower Song" & Escamillo's "Toreador Song"
    $200 13
This industry is the subject of Robert Cringely's column & of his PBS documentary, "Triumph of the Nerds"
    $200 4
Ford Madox Ford's trilogy "The Fifth Queen" centers on Catherine Howard, this king's fifth wife
    $200 2
322 Maple Road, Mayberry, N.C.
    $200 8
Of the Haunted Mansion, the Jungle Cruise or the monorail, the one that's been at Disneyland since opening day
    $200 23
Orchestra conductors & public speakers often have this element under their feet
    $400 18
Cio-Cio-San's better-known name
    $400 14
This humorist writes for The Miami Herald & plays lead guitar in an all-author band, The Rock Bottom Remainders
    DD: $1,000 20
It's the first book in a historical trilogy that continues with "Men Against the Sea" & "Pitcairn's Island"
    $400 3
Paradise Cove Trailer Colony, Malibu Beach, Calif.
    $400 9
A contest for blowing these shells is a highlight of Old Island Days in Key West, Florida
    $400 24
This element has the distinctive aroma of high school assemblies & basketball games
    $600 19
This Ethiopian princess was captured by the Egyptians & made a slave to Princess Amneris
    $600 15
(Hi, I'm Wendi Malick from "Just Shoot Me!") I played both of these columnists in a 1999 TV movie titled "Take My Advice"
    $600 21
Books titled "The Town" are part of trilogies by Conrad Richter & by this Mississippian
    $600 5
1313 Mockingbird Lane, Mockingbird Heights, USA
    $600 10
The International Rose Test Gardens may be the most fragrant attraction in this, Oregon's "City of Roses"
    $600 25
You buy, not rent, units of this element
    $800 27
Its 4 musical dramas are "Das Rheingold", "Die Walkure", "Siegfried" & "Gotterdammerung"
    $800 16
The Chicago Tribune filled his empty column with tributes from readers the day after his April 1997 death
    $800 22
Olivia Manning's "Balkan Trilogy" depicts a British couple living in the Balkans during this war
    $800 6
1619 Pine Street, Boulder, Colo.
    DD: $1,000 11
Ape Cave in this state is named for the St. Helen's Apes, the local Boy Scout troop who first explored it
    $800 26
This "element" comes in red & white types, seen here:
    $1000 29
In this opera Violetta bids farewell to the past by singing "Addio del passato"
    $1000 17
She quit her New York Times column in 1994, the same year she published her novel "One True Thing"
    $1000 28
"Coningsby, or the New Generation" is the 1st book in a trilogy he wrote before becoming a Victorian prime minister
    $1000 7
148 Bonnie Meadow Road, New Rochelle, N.Y.
    $1000 12
This Tennessee city boasts a 32-story pyramid with a base the size of 6 football fields
    $1000 30
A large store selling a variety of articles might be built from this element

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judith Terri Jack
$8,800 $1,800 $10,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
A change of procedure in 1979 led to 3 of these being named Bob, David & Frederic

Final scores:

Judith Terri Jack
$16,800 $3,600 $17,601
2nd place: Sony Home Entertainment System with Web TV 3rd place: Zenith 36" Stereo TV New champion: $17,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Judith Terri Jack
$8,200 $1,800 $10,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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Game tape date: 1999-11-02
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