Show #3538 - Wednesday, January 12, 2000


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Frank Butterworth, a business development manager from Hingham, Massachusetts

Kevin O'Neill, a stay-at-home father from Strongsville, Ohio

Terence Caulfield, a chief estimator from Silver Spring, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Time magazine.)
    $100 10
The movie "Kramer vs. Kramer" was pulled from the cover by the taking of U.S. hostages in this country in 1979
    $100 20
Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam filled in for Jim Morrison when this group performed at its 1993 induction
    $100 15
Avalon & Corolla
    $100 26
Traditionally, a married woman lights 2 candles for the sabbath just before this event on Friday
    $100 1
Members on the extreme periphery of a political or social group are part of this "fringe"
    $100 6
Built for Spanish trade with Asia, this Mexican city is now famous for the cliff divers of La Quebrada
    $200 11
A cover titled "Declining American Birthrate" was canceled in 1974 when this man was pardoned
    $200 21
"What a Wonderful World" when this jazz trumpeter was inducted for his influence on rock
    $200 16
Grand Am & Grand Prix
    $200 27
Observance of the sabbath appears on this do's-&-dont's list in Exodus 20
    $200 2
It's the raising of a body into the air by supernatural means
    $200 7
La Libertad is a port supplying this alliterative capital of El Salvador
    $300 12
Actress Geraldine Fitzgerald made her exit from the cover when this began in 1939
    $300 22
This producer famous for his "Wall of Sound" was inducted in 1989
    $300 17
Sable & Villager
    $300 28
A portion of this scroll, whose name means "law", is read during the Saturday service
    $300 3
Fishy slang term for a person who lends money at excessively high interest rates
    DD: $500 8
This Australian city was given its name by a former HMS Beagle sailor
    $400 13
A Time cover called "Wonders of the Cosmos" was bumped after the assassination of this prime minister in 1995
    $400 23
(Hi everybody, I'm Graham Nash.) He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 as a group member & then in 1999 as a solo performer
    $400 18
Neon & Stratus
    $400 29
2 loaves are blessed; the 2nd one represents the extra portion of this God gave out on Fridays in the desert
    $400 4
Types of these include ovate, obovate & oblong
    $400 9
If you take the last train to this Tennessee port, you'll be at the junction of the Red & Cumberland Rivers
    $500 14
In 1978 a cover on black holes was sucked into oblivion with the selection of this pope, the second of 3 that year
    $500 24
In 1986 the first group of inductees included Elvis Presley & this founder of Sun Records
    $500 19
Sebring & Town & Country
    $500 30
Title of a Shabbat hymn, or pen name of the creator of Tevye the dairyman
    $500 5
This word refers to the track of one's descent from an ancestor
    $500 25
5 years as an unsold slave in this north African capital inspired Cervantes' play "El Trato de Angel"

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

Terence Kevin Frank
$1,600 $400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terence Kevin Frank
$2,300 $400 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Good year!)
    $200 15
A controversy over interracial dating provoked an anti-one of these dances for Randolph County, Alabama students
    $200 21
Lindsay Davenport said, "It really felt awesome" to win a 1996 Olympic gold medal in this sport
    $200 7
In 1998 Eric Stoltz joined the cast of this medical drama as a surgeon with a background in Eastern medicine
    $200 26
The annual Classic Yacht Regatta highlights a visit to this "City by the Sea"
    $200 2
It can mean "large" like an oak, or precede Joe Young
    $200 1
Fine port that can be drunk at once may be marked L.B.V., "Late Bottled" this
    $400 17
Sergei Krikalev "found" himself the first Russian to fly on a U.S. spacecraft, this space shuttle
    $400 22
Sadly, this studio fired Judy Garland after "Summer Stock" in 1950, & she never made another film there
    $400 8
In 1998 Ted Danson debuted as a cranky doctor practicing in the Bronx on this show
    $400 27
This chicken, the state bird, had its beginnings on a farm in Little Compton in the 1850s
    $400 3
In 1961 Newton Minow described television as this type of "wasteland"
    $400 12
Port got a boost from the 1703 Methuen Treaty, which gave Portuguese goods low tariffs in this country
    $600 18
The U.S. got help in beating this country in World Cup soccer when Andres Escobar scored into his own net
    $600 23
When some folks ask "How's Trix?", they mean this current Dutch queen (her nickname is Trix)
    $600 9
In the early '80s this "Jessie's Girl" singer played Dr. Noah Drake on "General Hospital"
    DD: $600 28
University Hall at this school served as barracks for troops during the Revolutionary War
    $600 4
The name of this giant Biblical animal is from Hebrew for "beasts"
    DD: $1,000 13
The drier white port is served as this, a French term for a drink to stimulate appetite
    $800 19
With a December release, this actress seen here caught the public eye:
    $800 24
In 1988 she was an indomitable 82 when she choreographed the ballet "The Informer" from her wheelchair
    $800 10
What a stretch -- husband & wife William Daniels & Bonnie Bartlett played Dr. & Mrs. Mark Craig on this '80s medical drama
    $800 5
In book titles it precedes e.e. cummings' "Room" & Grace Paley's "Changes at the Last Minute"
    $800 14
Because of the deposit it leaves in the bottle, one must do this to crusted port before serving
    $1000 20
This ex-CIA official who sold agents' identities to the Russians received a life sentence
    $1000 25
In 1974 this publisher of the Washington Post became the 1st woman elected to the board of the Associated Press
    $1000 11
Michael Steadman on the show "thirtysomething", he became an "L.A. Doctor" on TV in 1998
    $1000 6
From the same Latin root as "immeasurable", it's a 2-syllable equivalent
    $1000 16
Port gets its name from this second-largest Portuguese city that's 2 letters longer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terence Kevin Frank
$5,700 $5,200 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In his 1984 novel "Neuromancer", William Gibson coined this 10-letter term for a virtual reality computer network

Final scores:

Terence Kevin Frank
$500 $200 $5,400
2nd place: Trip to Wyndham Morgan Bay Resort, St. Lucia, West Indies 3rd place: Panasonic PalmCam Digital Camera Kit New champion: $5,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Terence Kevin Frank
$5,700 $5,400 $2,500
15 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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Game tape date: 1999-11-09
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