Show #3568 - Wednesday, February 23, 2000

Jeremy Bate game 4.


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Celiane Levy Reiner, a technical data analyst from Briarcliff Manor, New York

Mark Sewell, an OB/GYN intern from Kensington, Maryland

Jeremy Bate, a writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Saturday Night Live; you have to tell us who spoke the words.)
    $100 8
Utah's Antelope Island State Park in this lake is home to a buffalo herd
    $100 20
"Love Me Do",
"Love Bites",
"Love Is A Many Splendored Thing"
    $100 17
His wife had a pet parrot which he hated; perhaps it perched in his cherry tree
    $100 2
"Well, isn't that special"
    $100 6
Until 1984 Volkswagen's Golf hopped down the trail under this name in the U.S.
    $100 7
Aesop's shepherd boy got his kicks from falsely crying this
    $200 9
This national symbol for fire prevention is buried in a state park named for him in Capitan, N.M.
    $200 21
The Miami Heat,
the Chicago Bulls,
the Boston Celtics
    $200 25
Although called the "First Cat", he's actually Chelsea's cat
    $200 3
"It's always something"
    $200 13
Upstanding citizens have been driving this make of Honda around the city since 1972
    $200 15
A fourflusher is a person who bluffs, specifically at this card game
    $300 10
North Dakota's Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park was once a fort commanded by this lt. colonel from 1873 to 1876
    $300 22
Ian Holm,
Ian Fleming,
Ian Paisley
    $300 28
This first daughter had a dog named Pushinka given to her by Khrushchev & a pony named Macaroni
    $300 4
    $300 14
To get somewhere quickly in an emergency, you might call upon this most popular model of Porsche
    $300 19
This dairy food "wouldn't melt in the mouth" of a bad person who acts innocent
    $400 11
This president's 2-story birthplace in Denison, Texas is now a state historical park
    $400 23
"This Side of Paradise",
"The Last Tycoon",
"The Great Gatsby"
    DD: $1,000 29
Presidential pooch whose sculpture is seen here:
    $400 5
"We are two wild and crazy guys"
    $400 16
A line of Ford Explorers & Expeditions sports the logo of this sporty company from Seattle
    $400 26
One might say that a deception done like a magic trick is done with "smoke and" these
    $500 12
A California park named for this author contains the ruins of Wolf House, the mansion he built but never lived in
    $500 24
The founding of Los Angeles,
the founding of San Francisco,
the founding of San Diego
    $500 30
His favorite horse, Old Whitey, who served him in the Mexican War, roamed the White House lawn in 1849 & 1850
    $500 1
"You'll be livin' in a van down by the river"
    $500 18
This South Korean company has been driving up business with its Sportage & Sephia
    $500 27
This word can mean a fake, a faker or a covering for a pillow

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

Jeremy Mark Celiane
$1,200 $600 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Mark Celiane
$2,600 $1,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the month of the event we will give you in the clue.)
    $200 11
Oh, round about 10, maybe 20 billion years ago, somewhere in there
    $200 16
Mother's Day
    $200 1
Signor Del Sarto, or Ms. McArdle
    $200 2
A member of The Yardbirds, this guitarist formed Led Zeppelin under the name The New Yardbirds
    $200 21
Thailand's most venerated object, the Emerald Buddha, is enshrined in the Wat Phra Keo in this city
    $200 26
Cashmere traditionally comes from animals roaming this highest mountain range
    $400 17
Like some doors & minds, it's what the universe is if it eventually starts to shrink again
    $400 15
Flag Day
    $400 6
"Fiddler on the Roof" takes place in this village
    $400 3
It's said that the band's name was coined by Keith Moon, the drummer of this band
    $400 22
The city of Amritsar in this country grew up around the Golden Temple, the center of the Sikh faith
    $400 27
Some shearing goes on, but removal of fibers from the Kashmir goat is usually done with this "Kookie" accessory
    $600 18
The Cosmic Background Explorer satellite studied the "background" type of this left over from the Bang
    $600 12
Black History Month
    $600 8
(Hi, I'm Kari Wuhrer of "Sliders") In 1997 I headed into the Amazon with Jennifer Lopez to film a lost tribe & got tangled up with this title creature
    $600 4
Led Zeppelin called it quits in 1980 after the death of this drummer
    $600 23
The USA's oldest existing Jewish house of worship is the Touro Synagogue, located in this Rhode Island city
    $800 19
The fact that it's the second most abundant gas supports the Big Bang, as stars haven't had time to make it all
    DD: $1,500 13
It's National Hot Dog Month & National Baked Bean Month
    $800 9
Type of "hearing aid" seen here:
(listening to noises from outer space, perhaps)
    $800 5
Considered the band's masterpiece, this song was never released as a single; "Ooh, it makes me wonder"
    $800 24
This TV show emanates from the worship services conducted by Robert Schuller at the Crystal Cathedral
    DD: $1,000 20
This American's 1920s discovery that the universe is expanding is a basis of the Big Bang Theory
    $1000 14
National Arbor Day
    $1000 10
A literary work written in defense of one's ideas or actions
    $1000 7
Led Zeppelin's only Top 10 single, it was reportedly based on Willie Dixon's "You Need Love"
    $1000 25
Turkey's August 1999 earthquake didn't damage this colorful Istanbul landmark that has 6 minarets

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Mark Celiane
$7,000 $6,100 $200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On May 2, 1936 "Peter and the Wolf" had its world premiere in this capital city

Final scores:

Jeremy Mark Celiane
$12,000 $5,199 $0
4-day champion: $45,100 2nd place: Sony Home Entertainment System featuring WebTV 3rd place: 7.5 HR Treadmill

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Mark Celiane
$7,000 $6,400 $1,200
23 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,600

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Game tape date: 1999-11-30
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