Show #3504 - Thursday, November 25, 1999


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Ryan Gravilla, a technical supervisor from Detroit, Michigan

Maureen Yeager, an information systems manager from New York City, New York

Karen Golojuch, a sign language interpreter from Arlington, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
It's the saltiest of the oceans & the second largest
    $100 4
Now practicing on "Ally McBeal", Peter MacNicol was killed off as a lawyer on this Midwestern medical show
    $100 11
Lunar light, or "lunar" liquor
    $100 2
Just a thrace of Turkey, about 3% of its area, is on this continent
    $100 19
At Thanksgiving dinner, pass the gravy made with these turkey innards including the heart & gizzard
    $100 26
In a 1999 interview, she told Barbara Walters that she hates being called Liz
    $200 5
2 of South America's longest rivers, the Madeira & the Purus, flow into this even longer river
    $200 7
Once Ferris Bueller's best friend Cameron, Alan Ruck plays the mayor's chief of staff on this sitcom
    $200 12
Tomorrow, in Tijuana
    $200 3
Usually, tales of Mideast hospitality include the serving of the Turkish type of this in tiny cups
    $200 20
Tired of turkey? Why not serve the Smithfield or country-style type of this
    $200 27
Beverly Hills is a sister city of this film capital on the French Riviera
    $300 8
For about 70 miles the Douro River forms the border between these 2 Iberian countries
    $300 16
The romantic Taster's Choice-loving neighbor in TV ads, Anthony Stewart Head is now Giles on this show
    $300 13
Macaques & marmosets
    $300 6
As seen here, Turkey has some of the best preserved of these structures from Roman times:
    $300 21
An English prime rib dinner isn't complete without this cross between a popover & a souffle
    $300 28
Tacky, yes, but in a Best of Las Vegas survey, readers named these clocks as the best souvenir
    $400 9
This sea may have been named for Theseus' father
    $400 17
Well known as Barney Miller's wife, Barbara Barrie now plays Brooke Shields' nana on this sitcom
    $400 14
Faux face
    $400 24
In 1999 Turkish operatives captured Abdullah Ocalan, a guerrilla leader of this minority group
    $400 22
We owe thanks to this country for sharing with us its Chicken Paprikash
    $400 29
Before their royal wedding, Edward & Sophie were given the titles Earl & Countess of this
    DD: $600 10
To reach the Bay of Tangier, head straight through this strait
    $500 18
Now a mom on "That '70s Show", Tanya Roberts was sexy P.I. Julie Rogers on this '70s show
    $500 15
60-second beef dish
    $500 25
Turkey is a major producer of this mineral particularly valued by pipe smokers
    $500 23
For an elegant dinner, serve Coquilles St. Jacques, these shellfish in a wine sauce

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

Karen Maureen Ryan
$1,900 $1,000 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Maureen Ryan
$3,700 $1,300 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
After a rough 66-day voyage, the Mayflower set anchor in Provincetown Harbor off this cape
    $200 1
She was a political science professor when she was appointed U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations:
    $200 6
A top seller in 1749, we've been "Fielding" responses on this book since our first season
    $200 8
    $200 15
In Botticelli's "Birth of Venus", Venus is standing on this
    $200 13
An oft-misquoted Shakespeare line goes "To gild refined gold, to paint" this flower
    $400 24
Additional ships came, but this colony's population never exceeded 300 during its first 10 years
    $400 2
Despite this prime minister's efforts, war "in our time" could not be avoided:
    $400 7
P.S., T.S. is the central character of this 1978 John Irving novel
    $400 9
    $400 16
This style of painting is characterized by broad transparent areas of paint called washes
    $400 14
This positive expression used since the 1940s promotes a type of stove
    $600 25
Around 1627 Miles Standish & this husband of Priscilla Mullens founded the town of Duxbury
    $600 3
His candidacy for prime minister of India ended on May 21, 1991:
    $600 20
This 1837 Dickens work is not only picaresque, it sounds like it
    $600 10
    $600 17
In the 1740s this "Blue Boy" painter worked as a restorer of paintings for art dealers
    DD: $2,000 28
The lesser members of an organization, or the vertical & horizontal rows on a chessboard
    $800 26
In 1621, his first year as governor, he organized the first Thanksgiving
    $800 4
This former U.N. Secretary-General was educated at the University of Paris & Columbia University:
    DD: $1,000 21
It's Jerzy Kosinski's tale of Chance (Chance the gardener, that is)
    $800 11
    $800 18
A caption on this famous Lichtenstein painting reads in part, "...ahead of me rockets blazed through the sky"
    $1000 27
The first English child born in New England, he was born in December 1620 aboard the Mayflower off Massachusetts
    $1000 5
He's the beastly early century free thinker seen here:
    $1000 22
Paul Theroux' title "Saint", he's an expatriate in Singapore
    $1000 12
    $1000 19
In 1516 he succeeded Giovanni Bellini as state painter of the government of Venice

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Maureen Ryan
$5,300 $500 $1,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 states which have "Waltz" in the title of their state songs

Final scores:

Karen Maureen Ryan
$7,800 $500 $1,001
2-day champion: $13,600 3rd place: Kathy Ireland/Spalding fitness equipment 2nd place: a trip to Hakai Beach Resort, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Karen Maureen Ryan
$7,000 $500 $1,100
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
2 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $8,600

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Game tape date: 1999-08-24
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