Show #3638 - Wednesday, May 31, 2000


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Kate Walton, a stay-at-home mom from Henniker, New Hampshire

Jamie Meyers, a systems administrator from Toledo, Ohio

Joseph Crippen, a Lutheran pastor from Northfield, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Also known as.)
    $100 26
The ciliata are considered the most highly evolved organisms consisting of just 1 of these
    $100 11
He was born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr.
    $100 8
This novel about a mouse-like boy became a 1999 movie
    $100 7
This California city also includes 90211 & 90212
    $100 3
The "sweet" type of this has about 120 calories per 4 baked ounces, no more than the regular type
    $100 1
Release kitty from confinement in a sack
    $200 27
To draw food in, vorticella create one of these, also called a vortex
    $200 12
This coin is 2 bits
    $200 10
In the 1999 movie version of this Shakespeare play, Rupert Everett & Michelle Pfeiffer are the king & queen of fairies
    $200 9
ZIP codes starting with 999 are in this state, in places like Ketchikan & Metlakatla
    $200 22
This sweet substance has about 145 calories per ounce & each American consumes about 11 pounds of it a year
    $200 2
Resembling H2O dripping down from one mallard's dorsal region
    $300 28
This organism seen here always has pseudopods & sometimes an "O" in its name:
    $300 13
Bird that's the "bushman's clock" in Australia
    $300 16
Winston Groom's novel was the basis for this 1994 film about a man with an IQ of 75
    $300 19
This Virginia suburb where famous dead are remembered has the easily remembered code 22222
    $300 23
If you can afford the calories as well as the price, a tablespoon of this sturgeon product has about 40
    $300 4
Participating with one cent, participating with 100 p.
    $400 29
Radiolarians have tiny versions of these supporting structures, made of silica rather than bone
    $400 14
It's also called catmint
    DD: $500 17
John Irving adapted his own novel into this 1999 film in which orphan Tobey Maguire works in an apple orchard
    $400 20
50010 is found in the heartland, Ames in this state
    $400 24
A large one has about 80 calories, so that was 4,000 calories for Cool Hand Luke
    $400 5
Having sufficient volume to rouse corpses from their slumbers
    $500 30
One nasty flagellate causes African trypanosomiasis, this disease marked by lethargy
    $500 15
Also known as Wild Bill, Mr. Hickok's real first name was this, not William
    $500 18
David Guterson's book about racism in the Pacific Northwest became this 1999 film that stars a brooding Ethan Hawke
    $500 21
In the '90s the Spiegel Catalog warehouse moved to Groveport, Ohio 43125 from this city 60609
    $500 25
This McDonald's item "weighs" in at 430 calories -- with cheese, 530
    $500 6
Relate stories while not within a learning establishment

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Joseph Jamie Kate
$1,000 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Jamie Kate
$2,300 $3,700 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

"PHIL" IN THE ____
    $200 6
President Reagan's alliterative description of the USSR; he softened it at a 1988 summit meaning
    $200 11
Introduced in 1948, these items let jazz become more complex by allowing longer performances on a single side
    $200 21
Before "NYPD Blue", Dennis Franz played detective Sal Benedetto & Lt. Norman Buntz on this cop drama
    $200 12
If this insect were to "fly away home", it might fly to Massachusetts, where it's the state insect
    $200 27
She's 1 of 2 Clinton appointees
    $200 1
"Magandang Gabi" means "Good Evening" in Tagalog, a major language spoken in ____
    $400 7
Future leader Yuri Andropov was the double-dealing envoy to this country before the 1956 uprising
    $400 17
Look away, look away, look away, it's a revivalist style of New Orleans jazz
    $400 22
Franz Gruber wrote the music & Joseph Mohr the lyrics to this "quiet" Christmas carol
    $400 13
West Virginia shares this "sweet" state tree with 3 other states, including Vermont
    $400 28
This great-grandson of a slave served as an associate justice from 1967 to 1991
    $400 2
The person seen here is an avid ____:
    $600 8
In 1978 & 1981 Soviet defector Viktor Korchnoi lost championship chess matches to this Russian "K"
    $600 18
Billy Strayhorn composed classics like "Take The 'A' Train" during his collaboration with this bandleader
    $600 23
Max Brod befriended this budding writer while in college in Prague
    $600 14
It's the state gem of Arkansas
    $600 26
Hot dog! This justice appointed by FDR was born in Vienna
    $600 3
According to Hamlet, "There are more things in heaven and Earth... than are dreamt of in your ____"
    $800 9
Before Leningrad, St. Petersburg was given this Russian-sounding name at the start of WWI
    $800 19
In 1998 Ellis, patriarch of this jazz family, released his own trio album, "Twelve's It"
    $800 24
In 1925 Prof. Franz Boas sent this author & anthropologist on her first field study in American Samoa
    $800 15
It's the "Granite State"
    DD: $2,500 29
A famous 1794 treaty resolving disputes between the U.S. & Britain is named for this chief justice who negotiated it
    DD: $2,500 4
By nationality, the guy in the foreground in the Biblical illustration seen here is a ____:
    $1000 10
Stalin suppressed nationalities in Russia, though he came from this region that's now its own country
    $1000 20
In the '70s Weather Report had "nuclear" results with this style that combined jazz & rock
    $1000 25
Franz Schubert wrote over 600 musical pieces known by this German word for songs
    $1000 16
Contrary to popular opinion, this yellowish state flower of Nebraska & Kentucky doesn't cause hay fever
    $1000 30
Before becoming chief justice in 1864, he'd been Secretary of the Treasury & governor of Ohio
    $1000 5
Dennis Rodman's father, who reportedly has 27 children, has the first name ____, which means "to womanize"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Jamie Kate
$6,000 $14,400 $3,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Article of clothing named for an old character who dressed in loose trousers in Commedia Dell'arte

Final scores:

Joseph Jamie Kate
$5,399 $12,800 $6,300
3rd place: VTech cordless phones New champion: $12,800 2nd place: a trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joseph Jamie Kate
$4,300 $12,700 $3,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
31 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 2000-02-28
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