Show #3612 - Tuesday, April 25, 2000


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Suzanne Kling, a former English teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana

Chris Sanders, an investment broker from Phoenix, Arizona

Greg Dwyer, a software developer from Houston, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Chronological order.)
(Alex: A whole category on...)
    $100 16
This sea was home base for all those Barbary pirates
    $100 6
She's the rock & roll legend who died at L.A.'s Landmark Hotel October 4, 1970
    $100 18
"Leave it to Beaver",
"The Honeymooners",
    $100 8
Rank shared by Kirk, Kidd & Kangaroo
    $100 1
Montana's schnozz
    $100 26
A gutbucket is a bass fiddle consisting of a stick on an inverted tub with this many strings
    $200 17
After the pasha of Tripoli cut this down outside the U.S. consulate, Congress authorized the use of force
    $200 7
Vincent Price rap-narrates the now classic video to this Michael Jackson song
    $200 19
The Hustle,
the Charleston,
the Funky Chicken
    $200 10
His "New Clothes" were no clothes
    $200 2
A gymnastic celebrity of the parallel or horizontal
    $200 27
A joke goes, modern kids play cell phones by using 2 of these with no string between them
    $300 23
This branch of the U.S. armed forces mentions the war's setting in its hymn
    $300 9
(Hi, I'm George Clinton) Funk music traces its beginnings to songs like "Out of Sight" & "Cold Sweat" by this legend
    $300 20
    $300 13
This army rank's name can be extended with "issimo"
    $300 3
A saintly protector of your hockey team's net
    $300 28
From the French for "little Mary", it's another name for a string puppet
    $400 24
Tripoli pasha Yusuf Karamanli managed to keep his throne until 1835, when this empire again took over
    $400 11
This man's hit song "Superstition" was originally written for guitarist Jeff Beck
    $400 21
The Bonhomme Richard,
the Mayflower,
the Beagle
    $400 14
Title for the sovereign prince of Austria's royal family; Francis Ferdinand was one
    $400 4
A notebook in which to record your slow & steady running workouts
    $400 29
This toy is a rudimentary airfoil whose height is controlled by playing out the string
    $500 25
This "Our Country, Right or Wrong" seaman led a U.S. mission to destroy the Philadelphia, a ship captured by Tripoli
    $500 12
This man with a 1961 No. 1 hit had a father with a 1935 No. 1 & 2 sons who teamed up for a 1990 No. 1
    DD: $500 22
"Uncle Tom's Cabin",
"Little Women"
    $500 15
The daughter of an English monarch is a princess; of a Spanish monarch, this
    $500 5
One part of a meal for Seattle Slew or Man O' War
    $500 30
1726 character who awoke after a shipwreck to find himself tied down with string

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

Greg Chris Suzanne
$3,100 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Chris Suzanne
$3,800 $1,500 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Part of this nursery rhyme reads, "This is the dog, that worried the cat, that killed the rat..."
    $200 2
Ding dong! In 1999 Andrea Jung came calling as this company's first woman CEO
    $200 14
Among these, nitric & hydrochloric are "strong", meaning they ionize readily in water
    $200 12
In 1996 Elijah Wood played Sandy, a pal to this title dolphin
    $200 1
Many tourists like to shop in this Mexican city just south of San Diego
    $200 26
    $400 8
The legend of a family curse permeates this Hawthorne work published in 1851
    $400 3
After C. Everett flew the koop, Antonia Novello became the first woman to hold this post
    $400 15
Nobel Laureate Ahmed Zewail uses bursts of light from this device to study chemical reactions
    $400 13
In "Dragon" Lauren Holly played this martial artist's wife, Linda
    $400 19
A real gated community, its old city contains the gates of Herod, Zion & Jaffa
    $600 9
Tigger makes his first appearance in this sequel to "Winnie-the-Pooh"
    $600 4
In 1937 Gale Sondergaard became the first woman to win an Oscar in this category
    $600 16
In the "dynamic" type of this state, 2 reactions are taking place, but at equal speed
    $600 25
(Hi, I'm Kevin Spirtas from Days of Our Lives.) In 1994 I played Hollywood agent Tim Burke in a TV mini-series based on this Jacqueline Susann bestseller
    $600 20
Present name of the largest city on the Saigon River
    $800 10
Considered by some to be Dickens' best, this novel tells the story of a family waiting in vain to inherit a fortune
    $800 5
Cokie Roberts' mom, Lindy Boggs, was the first woman elected to Congress from this state; she served 9 terms
    DD: $1,000 17
This word means to remove 2 hydrogen atoms from a compound for each oxygen atom removed
    $800 24
He could have played himself in "Man on the Moon", but he played Andy's manager George Shapiro
    DD: $2,500 21
Emperor Menelik II founded this African capital in 1887
    $800 27
    $1000 11
First produced in 1920, this Shaw comedy takes place in the unconventional home of elderly Capt. Shotover
    $1000 6
In 1933 she became America's first woman cabinet member when FDR appointed her labor secretary
    $1000 18
It's the passage of water through a cell membrane; the "reverse" type is a desalination process
    $1000 23
This Cambodian-born doctor won an Oscar for his portrayal of Dith Pran in "The Killing Fields"
    $1000 22
This chief city of South Australia was named for the wife of Britain's King William IV
    $1000 28

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Chris Suzanne
$6,200 $1,000 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Jean Moulin was one of the chief organizers & martyrs of this movement

Final scores:

Greg Chris Suzanne
$3,100 $50 $1
2-day champion: $10,400 2nd place: Trip to Grand Lido Braco Resort, Jamaica 3rd place: Lobster Gram Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Greg Chris Suzanne
$6,700 $4,500 $4,600
22 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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