Show #3537 - Tuesday, January 11, 2000


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Cheryl Lopes, a research psychologist from Providence, Rhode Island

Terence Caulfield, a chief estimator from Silver Spring, Maryland

Jerry Crowley, a law student from Tallahassee, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you a Bogie role, you have to identify the film.)
    $100 10
He was living in Tahiti when he painted "Poemes Barbares" in 1896
    $100 1
Rick Blaine
    $100 24
You shouldn't "cast" them "before swine", but you can give them for a 12th or 30th anniversary gift
    $100 13
A bumpkin, perhaps a local one
    $100 2
TV show whose theme says, "The Minnow will be lost"
    $100 9
Agnes Baden-Powell helped found the Girl Guides soon after her brother Robert founded this movement
    $200 17
We know he painted the absinthe drinker seen here, though there's nary a tutu in sight:
    $200 7
Sam Spade
    $200 25
It's a nice gift for the 35th, but if you take it out of a U.S. reef you may be arrested
    $200 14
"Meshugge" means crazy in this language of Europe's Ashkenazic Jews
    $200 3
Lost in the forest, this pair happens upon a house made of bread, cake & sugar
    $200 11
Ben Franklin helped found this Ivy League school that had the USA's first medical school
    $300 20
Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun was noted for portraits of this queen, including the one with her children, seen here:
    $300 8
Captain Queeg
    $300 26
In one form or another you can fork over this metal on the 5th or 25th anniversary
    $300 18
It can be a standard for comparison, or a measuring rod 3 feet in length
    $300 4
Presumably she was lost at sea after vanishing in the central Pacific in July 1937
    DD: $600 12
In the early 1900s William Durant put together Buick, Oldsmobile & other companies to found this corporation
    $400 29
Andre Derain was a prominent painter in this style whose name is from the French for "wild beasts"
    $400 15
Fred C. Dobbs
    $400 27
19th century American "King of the South" that's a 2nd anniversary gift
    $400 19
First name shared by monsieurs Saint Laurent & Montand
    $400 5
It's said that this gem was cut from a stone called the French Blue, which was lost after a crown jewel heist in 1792
    $400 22
Fritz & Laura Perls founded this school of psychotherapy, from German for "form"
    $500 30
This resident of Argenteuil painted "The Regatta at Argenteuil", seen here:
    $500 16
Charlie Allnut
    $500 28
This 10th anniversary present is present in the name of a 20th anniversary gift -- platinum
    $500 21
Aden is the second-largest city in this Middle Eastern hot spot
    $500 6
Performed annually in North Carolina, "The Lost Colony" is an outdoor drama about this lost colony
    $500 23
Cowboy nickname of William Donovan, founder of the OSS & of modern U.S. intelligence

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Jerry Terence Cheryl
$2,000 $700 -$500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Terence Cheryl
$3,300 $1,000 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It's the only provincial capital with its own Major League Baseball team
    $200 2
In 1990 she lost the race for California governor; in 1992 she won the race for California senator
    $200 11
His First Symphony debuted April 2 in Vienna; 8 to go...
    $200 16
In a 1979 hit by the Police she's told, "You don't have to sell your body to the night"
    $200 21
    $200 26
Rarebit, as in Welsh Rarebit, is an alteration of this word that's not an ingredient in Welsh Rarebit
    $400 3
This Manitoba capital's name is derived from 2 Cree Indian words meaning "murky water"
    $400 4
Politician seen here in 1962, the year he was first elected to the Senate:
    $400 12
This vulcanization inventor was born a bouncing baby boy in 1800
    $400 17
You might think this Cars leader is married to supermodel Paulina Porizkova (& you'd be right)
    $400 22
    $400 27
From the Welsh for "dwarf dog", it's also a miniature toy car brand
    $600 7
Vancouver isn't on Vancouver Island, but this capital is
    $600 5
When admiring the Stamford train station, thank this state's Christopher Dodd, who helped secure funding
    $600 13
William Herschel discovered these "rays" beyond the red end of the visible spectrum
    $600 18
A drum machine christened "Echo" helped launch this hopping band to fame & fortune
    $600 23
    $600 28
"Arthur-itative" sources say her name is Welsh for "white" or "fair"
    DD: $2,000 8
Now a provincial capital, it was once the capital of New France
    $800 6
An IRA that allows tax-free withdrawals is named for this Delaware senator
    $800 14
France got this territory back from Spain in 1800, saying it wouldn't transfer it again to anyone but Spain
    $800 19
Last name of Gary, the former Tubeway Army leader who charted with New Wave hits like "Cars"
    DD: $500 24
    $800 29
The name of this Olympic weapon may go back to the Welsh gaflach, "forked branch"
    $1000 9
In 1947 huge oil deposits were discovered in this city 175 miles north of Calgary; it's now Canada's oil capital
    $1000 10
This man has 26 years of seniority on his fellow West Virginia senator Jay Rockefeller
    $1000 15
His "The Wealth of Nations" was one of the first books bought to stock the new Library of Congress
    $1000 20
(Hi, I'm Jane Wiedlin) Among my credits is this song that starts, "Can you hear them? Talkin' about us, telling lies..."
    $1000 25
Walter M.,
    $1000 30
Perhaps from the Welsh for "goblin", Elwood P. Dowd's Harvey was a famous one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry Terence Cheryl
$8,500 $4,800 $800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the late '60s this character was created to show children it's okay to be grumpy

Final scores:

Jerry Terence Cheryl
$500 $9,600 $1,599
3rd place: Ricardo Beverly Hills Big Sur Collection luggage New champion: $9,600 2nd place: a Toshiba big screen TV & DirecTV satellite service

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jerry Terence Cheryl
$7,300 $5,400 $1,100
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
22 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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Game tape date: 1999-11-09
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