Show #3556 - Monday, February 7, 2000

2000-A College Championship quarterfinal game 1.
The contestants were introduced from the left to right positions, entering the auditorium and pausing to be introduced before taking their places behind their lecterns.


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Janet Wong, a senior at Drew University from Eatontown, New Jersey

Darren Bates, a senior at UC San Diego from Sherman Oaks, California

Marcail Moran, a sophomore at Hollins University from New Orleans, Louisiana

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
It begins, "We the people of the United States, in order to form..."
    $100 6
In this show's 1983 finale, the Korean War ends but Hawkeye has a nervous breakdown
    $100 16
The San Francisco garden named for this British bard features plants mentioned in his works
    $100 11
This snack is healthiest when prepared in a hot-air popper
    $100 22
Her diary was first published in 1947 under its Dutch title "Het Achterhuis"
    $100 21
Exactly the same, like some twins
    $200 2
While he rarely appears in the Senate, it's his job to cast the deciding vote when there's a tie
    $200 7
Paddy Moloney of The Chieftains produced the soundtrack for PBS' series on these people "in America"
    $200 17
You might stay in one of the River Run Cottages if you visit this actor's Sundance Village in Utah
    $200 12
Snack-sized sticks of mozzarella are sold under this name because they can be pulled apart into strands
    $200 27
On the big screen, Genevieve Bujold & Merle Oberon have both played this wife of Henry VIII
    $200 23
Pay no attention to
    $300 3
It's the body that meets here:
    DD: $500 8
The cable film about this secretary of state "and Nixon" aired days before Oliver Stone's "Nixon" came out
    $300 18
Open since 1982, its name is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow
    $300 13
A popular way to make smooth peanut butter go crunch is to spread it on stalks of this green veggie
    $300 28
She took on the role of doomed showerer Marion Crane in the 1998 remake of "Psycho"
    $300 24
From the Latin for "to read", it means "impossible to read"
    $400 4
This daily account of the goings-on in the House & Senate has been published by the government since 1873
    $400 9
In a 1992 TV movie Robert Duvall played Stalin & Maximilian Schell was this predecessor
    $400 19
You can ride a streetcar or a sternwheeler to this city's Audubon Zoo
    $400 14
Fresh varieties of this dairy treat with a Turkish name have more active bacteria than the frozen
    $400 29
Sting wrote the song "Moon Over Bourbon Street" about a vampire named Louis, one of this author's characters
    $400 25
A carved image of a deity, or any object of adoration
    $500 5
It's no longer a secret -- in 1856 Millard Fillmore ran for president on this party's ticket & lost
    $500 10
The footage seen here is from the History Channel's show this man "and the Age of Steel":
    $500 20
Octagon House in Washington, D.C. is the place where the Treaty of Ghent that ended this war was signed in 1815
    $500 15
Related to poison ivy, this kidney-shaped snack nut is sold without its toxic shell
    $500 30
In 1887 she became Helen Keller's teacher
    $500 26
A Muslim priest

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

Marcail Darren Janet
$600 $100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marcail Darren Janet
$2,400 $1,600 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Well I'll be a monkey's uncle, in 1859 he shocked the world with his "Origin of Species"
    $200 24
You may eat this candied tuber at Thanksgiving
    $200 11
The man-eating Grendel, Grendel's mom & a fire-breathing dragon are slain in this epic from the 8th century
    $200 21
The big Gobi event of 1955 was the completion of one of these spanning the desert
    $200 12
Jay-Z joins her on "Heartbreaker"
    $200 1
Number of stripes on the flag of France plus the number of stripes on the flag of Italy
    $400 7
He's the emperor portrayed here in 1804, clad in his elaborate coronation dress:
    $400 25
Nervously walk back & forth across the cape
    $400 17
The second line of this Dylan Thomas poem says, "Old age should burn and rave at close of day"
    $400 22
In July 1993 an egg containing the embryo of one of these was found at Ukhaa Tolgod in the Gobi
    $400 13
Formerly known as Prince, he's now calling himself by this 2-word name
    $400 2
"Dollars" paid for Manhattan plus the number of eggs in 2 dozen
    $600 8
This king of the Huns is said to have been a small man with a big head & a flat nose; not too attractive!
    $600 28
When he gets a wild blue idea, Rodney goes off there
    $600 18
His 1915 novel "The Rainbow" was declared obscene; so was his 1928 novel
    $600 23
These climatic events are common in the Gobi; a severe one may be called the "black wind"
    $600 14
She's the doll seen here:
    $600 3
Number of continents whose names begin with "E" plus the number of degrees in a right angle
    $800 9
This author of "The Prince" was briefly imprisoned for allegedly conspiring against the Medicis
    $800 29
To gaze at the obverse side
    DD: $700 19
"The Lamb", one of his "Songs of Innocence", asks, "Little lamb, who made thee?"
    $800 26
"Gobi" means "waterless place" in the Altaic languages collectively called this national language
    $800 15
This ex-Spice Girl was once a model on the Turkish version of "Let's Make a Deal"
    $800 4
Number of U.S. states with a Pacific coast plus the number of U.S. presidents named Robert
    $1000 10
For helping the Lincoln conspirators, she was the first woman hanged by the U.S. government
    $1000 30
Mama Mia! An Italian might dream about this person
    $1000 20
This 1651 whale of a treatise on government by Thomas Hobbes is a defense of secular monarchy
    DD: $2,000 27
Gobi explorer Nikolai Przhevalski discovered a wild camel & the world's last surviving wild species of this
    $1000 16
Her career became even more fruitful after "Tidal" went triple platinum
    $1000 5
The number of tons in a kiloton plus the atomic number of hydrogen

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marcail Darren Janet
$4,600 $2,200 $7,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

The land closest to zero longitude, zero latitude & zero altitude, Cape Three Points is found on this continent

Final scores:

Marcail Darren Janet
$2,500 $2 $9,300
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marcail Darren Janet
$4,600 $4,200 $7,900
12 R,
1 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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Game tape date: 2000-01-15
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