Show #3551 - Monday, January 31, 2000

Lee Lassiter game 5.


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Arnie Perlstein, a real estate and business lawyer from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Jose Siri, a graduate student from Ann Arbor, Michigan

Lee Lassiter, a computer programmer from Topeka, Kansas (whose 4-day cash winnings total $48,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
In 1959 the Soviet Union's Luna 3 became the first space probe to photograph the far side of this celestial body
    $100 1
Number of teaspoons in a tablespoon
    $100 2
A large stiff feather, or a porcupine spine
    $100 12
Scottish for "pretty", it can be used as a name or an adjective
    $100 19
The lowest grade of commissioned officer, it comes from a medieval phrase meaning "place holding"
    $100 26
Luke & Laura's 1981 wedding on this daytime serial drew 30 million viewers over 2 days
    $200 13
In 1984 Bruce McCandless became the first human to perform an untethered EVA, which stands for this
    $200 3
A surveyor's chain has 100 of these
    $200 5
It's a boneless portion of fish or meat
    $200 14
The last name in clinics, it's from a Norman form of Matthew
    $200 20
On the ocean, an "ordinary" one isn't quite as able as an "able" one
    $200 27
This scheming "All My Children" character has been married 9 times to 6 men in 29 years
    $300 16
(Hi, I'm Commander Charlie Precourt aboard space shuttle Discovery) The 1st U.S.-Russian space venture was the 1975 Apollo linkup with this spacecraft named for the Russian word "union"
    $300 4
On this scale, normal human body temperature is 37 degrees
    $300 6
This police officer's weapon is also known as a nightstick
    $300 15
Go to Ellen in the name books & you'll find it's a form of this name from Greek myth
    $300 21
A U.S. brigadier general wears 1 star; this is the next grade up with 2
    $300 28
This Louise Lasser serial began with the murder of 5 people, 2 goats & 8 chickens
    $400 17
In June 1963 she orbited 48 times in 70 hours, 50 minutes
    $400 9
A man weighing 210 pounds is said in Great Britain to weigh 15 of these
    $400 7
A woman's brimless hat, or a place for your aspirin
    $400 24
This Jackson was born in 1966, 11 years after her name was retired from the hurricane list
    $400 22
In the Royal Navy, this important job is just below the rank of commodore
    DD: $1,800 29
Despite this ABC soap's title, its character Vicki Lord has had at least 5 personalities
    $500 18
After its July 4, 1997 landing on Mars, this lander was renamed the Carl Sagan Memorial Station
    $500 10
This liquor measurement is equivalent to 1.6 pints, or about 25 shots
    $500 8
From the Latin for "illegal" or "against the law", it can denote certain activities or drugs
    $500 25
This novelist who wrote screenplays for Howard Hawks has a last name that means "one who works with falcons"
    $500 23
In the RAF, a wing commander immediately outranks a leader of this group
    $500 30
Broadcasting's longest-running serial, it began on radio 62 years ago as the story of a small-town pastor

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

Lee Jose Arnie
$2,000 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Jose Arnie
$500 $900 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Name the film.)
    $200 9
3 men form a fraternal bond on the back of the medal for this
    $200 4
Elvis incarcerated
    $200 1
Civilization that built Machu Picchu, a stronghold in the Andes
    $200 24
This Minnesota governor's 1999 inaugural festivities included a potluck lunch on a farm
    $200 28
"Blessed is the man who expects" this, "for he shall never be disappointed"
    $200 16
1971 Miss America who should "watch out for that tree"
    $400 10
The medal for this shows a singing muse & some lines from Virgil
    $400 5
Break-out film for Eastwood
    $400 2
In 1992 he suspended the constitution & began to rule by decree
    $400 21
1 of 2 U.S. senators from Hawaii; they share a first name & middle initial
    $400 26
"But thousands die, without or this & that, die, and endow a college, or" this pet
    $400 17
John Milton's epic poem about a heavenly place to seek out your misplaced belongings
    $600 11
A sick girl's thirst is about to be quenched in the image on this medal
    $600 6
Not a Turkish delight for Brad Davis
    DD: $500 3
He's the only Peruvian to become secretary-general of the U.N.
    $600 22
Defeated in the 1994 election for Florida governor, he won in 1998 by over 400,000 votes
    $600 27
This creature's "Touch, how exquisitely fine! Feels at each thread, and lives along the line"
    $600 18
Garden of Eden plant in the memoir of Mark Twain's days as a steamboat pilot
    $800 12
At the bottom of this discipline's medal, you can see crossed horns of plenty
    $800 7
Butterflies aren't free for Dustin Hoffman
    $800 14
In May 1975 this Indian language joined Spanish as an official language of Peru
    $800 23
A 1940 anti-FDR window sticker read, "No Third Term! Democrats for" this Republican
    DD: $700 29
"Nature, and nature's laws lay hid in night. God said 'Let'" this scientist "'Be!', and all was light"
    $800 19
Hit Broadway musical starring the grotesquely deformed John Merrick as Don Quixote
    $1000 13
The medal showing nature as a goddess is given for these 2 sciences
    $1000 8
Tim Robbins caged
    $1000 15
This small, orange-red furred relative of the llama can be found in the Andes of Peru
    $1000 25
From 1869 to 1875, this Maine Republican was Speaker of the House
    $1000 20
Grim Charles Dickens novel about Winnie, Piglet & Christopher Robin waiting in vain for an inheritance

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lee Jose Arnie
$3,000 $1,500 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Hans Christian Andersen's "The Nightingale" was inspired by this famous woman

Final scores:

Lee Jose Arnie
$5,899 $500 $5,600
5-day champion: $54,599 3rd place: Fisher Home Theater System 2nd place: Trip to Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lee Jose Arnie
$5,500 $1,500 $6,300
18 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
4 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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Game tape date: 1999-11-17
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