Show #3529 - Thursday, December 30, 1999

Jack Archey game 2.


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Rosemarie Rinaldi, an attorney from Miami, Florida

Matthew McCarthy, a college sophomore from Miami, Florida

Jack Archey, a C.P.A. and comedian from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the state governor.)
    $100 4
In the summer of '93, parts of Illinois, Iowa & 7 other states became disaster areas due to this disaster
    $100 22
It can be a group of desert travelers journeying together, or the name of a Dodge minivan
    $100 1
Gene Siskel was such a fan of this film that he once owned Travolta's white disco suit from it
    $100 14
    $100 13
This popular fortune-telling device takes its name from the German & French words for "yes"
    $100 3
During WWII, this mythical American soldier left the impression that he "Was Here"
    $200 5
Patricia Brentrup fought for custody of her 6 children, including this "Home Alone" star
    $200 23
This Ford model is named for the Zodiac sign of the wives of several men who developed it
    $200 2
It's the Travolta film that featured the memorable music heard here:
    $200 15
New York
    $200 24
A popular game show shares its name with this tarot card
    $200 6
The raised ribs on this fabric are also called wales
    $300 9
In 1992 U.S. forces left these Pacific islands occupied in the Spanish-American War
    $300 28
General Motors' first new nameplate in over 60 years, it bears the name of the sixth planet
    $300 19
John played a Miami mobster who wanted to make movies in this 1995 film
    $300 16
1963-1967; 1971-1979
    $300 25
Depossession & releasement are synonyms for this ritual designed to drive out spirits
    $300 7
He's George Jetson's boy
    $400 10
She was the lead prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson criminal trial
    $400 29
The name of this rear-engined Chevy model brought out in 1959 was originally on an experimental Corvette
    $400 20
John was a real "knockout" in the movie seen here:
    $400 17
    $400 26
PK, the ability to move objects with one's mind, stands for this
    $400 8
In a children's book, Cedric Errol of New York City becomes this little lord
    $500 11
This filmmaker is heard reading from a book based on one of his PBS series:
("A resourceful young Otsego player named Abner Doubleday sat down & on the spot drew up the rules for a brand new game & called it baseball.")
    DD: $400 30
One of the longest-lived model names, this Buick line dating from 1959 means "the sword" in French
    $500 21
In "Carrie" & again in "Blow Out", Travolta was directed by this man
    $500 18
    $500 27
Named for its Russian discoverers, this type of photography captures auras
    $500 12
Title for an official who rules a colony in the name of a king

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

Jack Matthew Rosemarie
$1,100 $900 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Matthew Rosemarie
$3,400 $2,900 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Before WWII this German city was the most populous city on the European mainland
    $200 11
American buffalo
    $200 2
"Picture yourself" in this psychedelic classic about "a girl with kaleidoscope eyes"
    $200 18
Oscar Wilde attended Trinity College in this city
    $200 26
It's the sign that weighs in between Virgo & Scorpio
    $200 12
Begun again, like a magazine subscription
    $400 4
Pull out the stopper! It's Ireland's second most populous city
    $400 17
The caribou
    $400 3
This girl group's first No. 1 hit was 1964's "Where Did Our Love Go?"
    $400 19
Basil Hallward painted the title picture in this book, Wilde's only novel
    $400 27
It's what the Romans called their month that came between Junius & Augustus
    $400 13
A small beer-making operation is considered a "micro" one of these
    $600 5
Si, this city is noted for its oranges, its barber & its 1992 World's Fair
    $600 23
The dugong or the manatee
    $600 8
Bobby "Boris" Pickett recorded this classic Halloween song with the Crypt-Kickers
    $600 20
Wilde wrote of inhuman prison conditions in this 1898 "ballad"
    $600 28
In tenpin bowling, it's the number of the pin in the middle of the triangle
    $600 14
A stereoscope is a 3-D one
    $800 6
The U.S. signed a famous treaty in this city December 24, 1814
    $800 24
The stoat
    $800 9
For ? (Question Mark) & the Mysterians, this many was "Too many teardrops for one heart"
    $800 21
A fan is given as a birthday present in this comedy of manners
    $800 29
He rode west with Melchior & Balthasar
    DD: $1,000 15
This type of embroidery using worsted yarn sounds harsh
    $1000 7
After Marseille, this city on the English Channel is France's busiest seaport
    $1000 25
Hard-shell or littleneck clam
    $1000 10
The Beach Boys made "good" use of the strange musical device known as a theremin on this 1966 No. 1 hit
    $1000 22
One of Oscar's last plays, it was made into a film starring Rupert Everett & Minnie Driver in 1999
    DD: $1,000 30
Staying in the U.S. & going by land, you can't go from Massachusetts to Maine without going through this state
    $1000 16
Paul Scott's "The Raj Quartet" became this TV miniseries

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Matthew Rosemarie
$6,800 $8,300 $2,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

"'Yes,' said he, with a kind smile, lifting his cap slightly" was the reply to this 1871 question

Final scores:

Jack Matthew Rosemarie
$5,299 $1,501 $1,600
2-day champion: $22,900 3rd place: Polaroid Photomax Digital Camera Creative Kit 2nd place: Trip & Broadway Show to Roosevelt Hotel, New York City

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jack Matthew Rosemarie
$6,900 $8,300 $2,100
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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Game tape date: 1999-11-02
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