Show #3532 - Tuesday, January 4, 2000

Jack Archey game 5.


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Molly Secrest, a speech pathologist from Westborough, Massachusetts

Arrington Widemire, a chef and hotel manager from Flowery Branch, Georgia

Jack Archey, a C.P.A. and comedian from Los Angeles, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $40,502)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The film.)
(Alex: And these are all lines from the King James Version of the Bible.)
    $100 16
Though sparks flew when they played Rick & Ilsa, they never acted on screen together again
    $100 19
Can't get enough of this beverage? QVC sells a set of lipsticks flavored like it (luckily, they're caffeine-free)
    $100 3
In I Samuel 13:
"A man after his own ____"
    $100 21
Albania honored this Disney character's 70th anniversary with 60-, 80-, 110- & 150-lek stamps
    $100 1
This university's Twin Cities campus has one of the USA's largest enrollments with roughly 40,000 students
    $100 11
To lose consciousness abruptly is to do this
    $200 17
This character seen here has perhaps the most famous name in the film:
(play it again)
    $200 20
Elle magazine touted harem, zucchini & cash as trendy eye shadow shades of this color
    $200 5
In Luke 4:
"Physician, ____ thyself"
    $200 26
An Isle of Man series honoring this group has "Night Fever", "Words" & "Massachusetts" stamps
    $200 2
Founded in 1538, the University of Santo Domingo in this country is the oldest in the Western Hemisphere
    $200 12
It covers the walls
    $300 18
It completes the film's last line, "Louis, I think this is the beginning of..."
    $300 24
It's the last name of cosmetics queen Tova, seen here, with her famous husband:
    $300 7
In Revelation 9:
"The bottomless ____"
    $300 27
Janusz Wysocki designed this country's 1.40-zloty rollerblading stamp
    $300 4
H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College is a liberal arts school affiliated with this New Orleans school
    $300 13
An extremely virtuous person, especially after canonization
    DD: $1,600 22
The dashing resistance hero played by Paul Henreid, he's been "killed in five different places"
    $400 25
You can apply make-up to Cindy Crawford on the virtual faces section of this cosmetic company's website
    $400 8
In Isaiah 65:
"I am holier than ____"
    $400 28
A Bugatti was on the 1999 stamp honoring the 70th anniversary of this principality's Grand Prix race
    $400 6
The Gazette of this school in Hanover, N.H. began as a commercial paper in 1799 & moved on campus in 1839
    $400 14
To contaminate or morally corrupt is to do this
    $500 23
That crucial flight at the end of the film is bound for this city
    $500 30
A former make-up collection by Lancome shared its name with this Voltaire novel
    $500 9
In Daniel 5:
"Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found ____"
    $500 29
Several countries honored this "Faust" author's 250th birthday with new stamps
    $500 10
This school's team nickname, the Hoyas, comes from "Hoya saxa", a phrase meaning "What Rocks!"
    $500 15
In other words, odd in an old-fashioned sort of way

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

Jack Arrington Molly
$1,600 $600 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Arrington Molly
$3,800 $1,000 $4,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The city.)
    $200 21
With about 3 million people, Casablanca is this country's biggest city by far
    $200 1
In the pilot of this acclaimed HBO series, a mob boss starts seeing a therapist
    $200 6
He was Secretary of State for the whole time Lincoln was in office
    $200 8
A library at Mississippi State University has a room honoring this "Pelican Brief" author
    $200 15
Bob Hope started in show biz in this theatrical form as half of the dance team Hope & Rosequist
    $200 9
Title of a 1972 Don McLean hit & a 1999 teen comedy, both about losing one's innocence
    $400 22
The Portuguese called the city Casa Branca, which, like its present name, means this
    $400 2
In 1975 David McCallum could be seen (sometimes) in a pilot based on this H.G. Wells novel
    $400 7
Salmon P. Chase thought Lincoln wasn't on the money with a moderate anti-slavery position & resigned as this
    $400 10
He ventured from Oxford to Hollywood to write for the movies, including "The Big Sleep"
    $400 16
He retired in 1998, passing on his lordship of the dance to John Carey
    $400 11
A blue movie featuring the young Sylvester Stallone was re-released with this rhyming title
    $600 23
Like Toronto's Skydome, Casablanca's Hassan II Mosque has this feature for variable weather
    $600 3
In an unsold pilot, this "Fame" singer starred as aspiring singer "Irene"
    $600 20
Edwin M. Stanton refused to be dismissed as secretary of this by Andrew Johnson
    $600 26
His given names were Thomas Lanier, but he adopted a more "stately" name
    $600 17
In 1999 Bernadette Peters returned to Broadway in this show that says "There's no people like show people"
    DD: $1,000 12
The development of this hands-on technique is credited to 19th century Stockholmer Per Henrik Ling
    $800 24
Casablanca is this type of "port" for European ships, a 3-word phrase referring to their brief stays
    $800 4
(Hi, I'm Bob Goen, a former host of "Wheel of Fortune",) The original "Wheel of Fortune" pilot was hosted by Edd Byrnes, best known as Kookie on this TV show
    DD: $600 28
Taking the speedy trial requirement literally, we assume, Lincoln appointed James Speed this in 1864
    $800 27
This "Native Son" was born near Natchez in 1908 & died in Paris in 1960
    $800 18
In her one-woman show, she's "still here, dammit":
    $800 13
Ficus elastica, which grows in southern Asia, produces this substance used to make erasers
    $1000 25
The old section of Casablanca is called this, like Islam's second-holiest pilgrimage city
    $1000 5
The pilot of this show about a romantic young couple aired as a 1982 "Happy Days" episode
    $1000 29
John Usher was secretary of this in 1863, 2 years after Albert Fall, a later secretary, was born
    $1000 19
This "SCTV" veteran with a new talk show played 8 roles in Broadway's "Little Me"
    $1000 14
It can refer to a vinaigrette, or to a more glutinous orange preparation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Arrington Molly
$10,800 $1,200 $4,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1999 this state acquired the rights to use John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" to promote tourism

Final scores:

Jack Arrington Molly
$10,800 $1 $101
5-day champion: $51,302 3rd place: High Sierra Sport Company Gift Certificate 2nd place: Trip to Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch, Tucson, Arizona

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jack Arrington Molly
$11,400 $2,200 $3,300
25 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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Game tape date: 1999-11-03
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