Show #3566 - Monday, February 21, 2000

Jeremy Bate game 2.


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Robert Oakley, an environmental attorney from McLean, Virginia

Emily Evans, an advertising producer from Studio City, California

Jeremy Bate, a writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are Romans you may have heard of, but not in the actual context; but in each case they will end in the letters -us.)
    $100 6
On April 18, 1775 he was captured by the British but released; he had to walk back to Lexington
    $100 11
A coif-de-mailles protected this part of the knight
    $100 16
Don Shula & this Dallas Cowboys coach both coached a record 36 post-season games in the NFL
    $100 30
A slow growth company that invests little in R&D & has a steady profit is a "cash" one of these animals
    $100 1
"The Naked and the Dead",
"Existential Errands",
"The Executioner's Song"
    $100 19
This little-known Roman was exactly half as wide as his Greek friend Diameter
    $200 7
On September 8, 1974, he was granted "A full, free and absolute pardon"
    $200 12
Agrappes were armor fasteners of the hook-&-this type
    $200 17
This 49er entered the 1999 season with a record 64 games of 100 yards receiving
    $200 29
This word for some doors also applies to credit that maintains a limit & requires periodic payments
    $200 2
"The Great American Novel",
"Zuckerman Bound",
"Portnoy's Complaint"
    $200 20
This ancient Roman had trouble understanding others because of the ringing in his ears
    $300 8
FDR's statement "The United States of America was...deliberately attacked by...Japan" was made on this date
    $300 13
It's what's jammed into a jamb
    $300 18
Past home fields of this current team include L.A. Memorial Coliseum & Candlestick Park
    $300 28
A trailer full of goods that goes from truck to plane goes "birdyback"; from trailer to train, this way
    $300 3
"Welcome to the Monkey House",
"Player Piano"
    $300 21
Everything this Roman did was counterfeit or fake
    $400 9
In 1824 Andrew Jackson received more popular & electoral votes, but the House declared this man president
    $400 14
A verb meaning to remove rust from armor; today you "re"-do it to old furniture or homes
    $400 24
(Hi, I'm Bob Costas) Only 2 players have been named Super Bowl MVP 2 years in a row: Bart Starr & this Steelers QB in 1979 & 1980
    $400 27
During a compressed week an employee still works 40 hours, but usually does it in this many days
    $400 4
"The 158-Pound Marriage",
"The Cider House Rules",
"A Son of the Circus"
    $400 22
He was difficult to understand because his jaw muscles were always locking up
    $500 10
Hostilities in the Spanish-American War ended when Manila surrendered to General Merritt & this admiral
    $500 15
The rerebrace & vambrace protected the rear & fore part of this
    DD: $800 25
In 1995 this expansion team played its first season's home games at Clemson
    $500 26
Acronym that's the reverse of "FIFO"
    $500 5
"No Name",
"The Woman in White",
"The Moonstone"
    $500 23
This Roman was always interrupting his projects for an extended break, especially over the summer

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

Jeremy Emily Robert
$300 $1,000 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Emily Robert
$2,100 $2,100 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the actor.)
    $200 19
Politically, it's divided into Spain, Portugal & Gibraltar
    $200 1
"Lawrence of Arabia"
    $200 6
If Ovid warned you that "Tempus fugit", this is what he meant
    $200 14
Illustrator Sidney Paget, not his creator, gave this character his deerstalker cap
    $200 11
Under the main heading of astrology, subheadings include these 2 "A" signs
    $200 26
The grandiflora varieties of this flower were developed from crossing hybrid teas with floribundas
    $400 22
The cities of Cancun, Mexico & Belmopan, Belize lie on this large peninsula
    $400 2
"Edward Scissorhands"
    $400 7
When this famous oft-quoted New York Yankee was asked "What time is it?" he answered, "You mean now?"
    $400 15
1960s works by this children's author include "Higglety Pigglety Pop!" & the "Nutshell Library"
    $400 12
He was spared by a lion he had de-thorned
    $400 27
The stems of this jungle palm tree, genus Calamus, are often used to make baskets & furniture
    DD: $1,000 23
This peninsula has long served as the land bridge between Egypt & Asia
    $600 3
"Hudson Hawk"
    $600 8
Tennessee Williams wrote that "Time is the longest distance between 2 places" in this 1945 play
    $600 16
His work appeared in Playboy & Stars & Stripes before he gained fame with "The Giving Tree"
    $600 13
Process for determining the amount & type of metals present in ores
    $600 28
The Washington navel orange is also called the Bahia; it was imported from the state of Bahia in this country
    $800 24
Arhus is the largest city on this peninsula which includes all of mainland Denmark
    $800 4
"My Man Godfrey"
    DD: $700 9
In 1969 this politician predicted, "No woman in my time will be prime minister"; she was wrong
    $800 17
Ralph Steadman did the suitably wild illustrations for this author's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"
    $800 20
Abbreviated Sb, it may be what a divorced chemist has to pay to his ex-wife
    $1000 25
The Isthmus of Perekop connects it to the mainland of Ukraine
    $1000 5
    $1000 10
In "Blithe Spirit" he wrote "Time is the reef upon which all our frail mystic ships are wrecked"
    $1000 18
This New Yorker genius illustrated some famous poems as seen here:
    $1000 21
A popular WWI song told of a mademoiselle from this city, hinky dinky parlay voo

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Emily Robert
$9,600 $2,300 $3,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This city's flag shows 2 rivers joining behind a fleur-de-lis

Final scores:

Jeremy Emily Robert
$11,700 $1 $6,700
2-day champion: $22,200 3rd place: Clio PC Companion 2nd place: Trip to Delta Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, Canada

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Emily Robert
$9,300 $2,300 $4,500
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
10 R,
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1999-11-30
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