Show #3507 - Tuesday, November 30, 1999


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Delori Hawkins, an administrator from Cincinnati, Ohio

Eric Wagner, a high school English teacher from Corona, California

Chris Schlekat, an environmental scientist from Menlo Park, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I'll give you the year & the quote; you identify the film for me.)
A LITTLE "R" & "R"
    $100 15
On Sundays, in front of the Gothic Cathedral, people perform the Sardana, one of these
    $100 1
These important pieces of evidence might contain loops, arches & whorls
    $100 24
In 1690 "Publick Occurrences" became the first one of these published in the colonies; it lasted one issue
    $100 3
" good!
Greed is right!
Greed works!"
    $100 16
He said, "What a good boy am I!" after pulling a plum out of his Christmas pie
    $100 10
It's not a 100-meter dash for rodents, but a tiring, meaningless competitve activity
    $200 19
A statue of this explorer points to the sea from atop a 167' column near Barcelona's harbor
    $200 2
It's the "unfashionable" name for officers who do not wear uniforms when on duty
    $200 29
In 1694 Anne Arundel Town became the capital of Maryland & soon changed its name to this
    $200 4
"I'll have what she's having"
    $200 17
French for plum, it means a dried plum in English
    $200 12
This hit song reached No. 2 twice, by Bobby Day in 1958 & by Michael Jackson in 1972
    $300 22
The women of Barcelona's Carrer Avinyo inspired this cubist's "Les Demoiselles D'Avignon"
    $300 5
From the Middle English for "lively", it's the police activity seen here:
    $300 28
In 1694 this Virginia college received a coat of arms from the College of Arms in London
    $300 7
"Is it safe?"
    $300 18
In Chinese restaurants plum sauce is also known by this "fowl" name
    $300 13
Like John Doe, this name is often used in legal proceedings to designate an unidentified male
    DD: $300 25
(Hello, I'm Jay Leno) In this year, Barcelona hosted the Olympics & I became the permanent host of "The Tonight Show"
    $400 6
When cops put out an APB on a suspect, APB stands for this
    $400 27
On July 6, 1699 this pirate was captured in Boston
    $400 8
"The numbers all go to 11...right across the board..." "Most amps go up to 10?..." "These go to 11"
    $400 20
This famed horticulturist developed the Santa Rosa plum
    $400 14
This engine is used to arrest or reverse the motion of a missile
    $500 26
Once suppressed under Franco, this native language is again widely used in Barcelona
    $500 11
It's the numerical response that means "Message confirmed", good buddy
    $500 30
With the French & Indian War, some New Hampshire towns considered a re-annexation to this colony in March 1690
    $500 9
"You all think I'm licked. Well, I'm not licked, & I'm going to stay right here & fight for this just cause"
    $500 21
A wild European plum, this fruit of the blackthorn is steeped in gin to make a type of liqueur
    $500 23
Officially, this celebrated regiment was named the First United States Volunteer Cavalry

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

Chris Eric Delori
$1,600 $1,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Eric Delori
$3,500 $2,900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you a clue, you have to spell the word the way the British people would spell it.)
    $200 4
These devices use electromagnets to increase the velocity & energy of charged particles
    $200 15
This Wyoming city known for its planetarium was named for a cavalry lieutenant, not for a friendly ghost
    $200 1
    $200 3
After Othello stabs him, this villain says, "I bleed, sir, but not kill'd"
    $200 14
A telly that isn't black & white must be this
    $400 5
It's the hypothetical fusion of atomic nuclei at a lower temperature & pressure than now required
    $400 17
Alabama's official state one of these is the tarpon
    $400 2
Baskerville Hall
    $400 24
(Hi, I'm Wesley Walls of the Carolina Panthers) I played in this building for the 49ers in the Super Bowl; later, I played there for the Saints
    $400 7
This mischievous trickster delivers the epilogue to "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
    $400 16
It's the British version of the word we spell C-O-N-N-E-C-T-I-O-N
    $600 6
These elementary particles can be designated up, down, strange, charm, beauty, bottom, truth or top
    $600 18
Shoppers love Freeport, the "Birthplace of" this state; it has more than 100 stores, including L.L. Bean
    $600 11
8th or 9th century B.C.:
The Land of the Lotus-Eaters
    $600 23
For first-class Thai kick-boxing action, head for Rajadamnoen Stadium in this city
    $600 8
In the lottery of the caskets in "The Merchant of Venice", Bassanio chooses a casket made of this element
    $600 20
When parked facing down Notting Hill, turn your tyres into this pavement edge
    $800 19
Named for a German physicist, this device detects the radiation of subatomic particles
    $800 21
This city is home to the University of Vermont
    $800 12
    DD: $1,100 25
Fondly remembered Flatbush Avenue structure seen here:
    $800 9
As he dies in Alexandria, his last words are "Now my spirit is going. I can no more"
    $800 27
A game of tic-tac-toe is a game of these & crosses
    $1000 22
This Boston library was founded in 1807; its name may be "Greek" to you
    $1000 13
    $1000 26
Remember this arena -- the 1999 NBA champions play there
    DD: $1,000 10
This title character imprisons his brother, the Duke of Clarence, in the Tower of London

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Eric Delori
$6,000 $7,700 $2,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Comedian Harry Anderson was among those who gave eulogies at this singer's June 1999 funeral

Final scores:

Chris Eric Delori
$1 $12,001 $899
3rd place: Yahoo! Shopping Gift Certificate/Shopping Spree New champion: $12,001 2nd place: Gateway 466C Desktop Computer & Broyhill Computer Home Office Cabinet

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Eric Delori
$5,700 $7,700 $2,700
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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Game tape date: 1999-08-25
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