Show #3520 - Friday, December 17, 1999


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Roy Flynn, a public television producer from Centerville, Ohio

Maureen Madison, a Ph.D. candidate from Washington, D.C.

John Trzaska, a fleet service clerk from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I'll give you an organization & you tell me which cabinet department.)
    $100 2
Cities in this nation include Iskenderun, Islahiye & Istanbul
    $100 7
Roz Doyle, a character on this sitcom, is named for a late producer of the NBC sitcom "Wings"
    $100 1
"Sleep in heavenly peace" is a line from this carol
    $100 19
Radio pioneer Reginald Fessenden, holder of 500 patents, once worked in this man's New Jersey lab
    $100 13
The Federal Aviation Administration
    $100 12
In abbreviations of 3 or more capital letters, like NCAA, these marks are often omitted
    $200 3
By population, it's the second-largest city in New York
    $200 8
This Emmy-winning drama series features the opening heard here:
("In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate & equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime, & the district attorneys who prosecute the offenders. These are their stories.")
    $200 20
"Oh" this, this, this, "I made it out of clay...and when it's dry and ready then" this "I shall play"
    $200 15
(OSHA) The Occupational Safety and Health Administration
    $200 14
Shorter than a dash, it came between the Angles & Saxons
    $300 4
In 1903 Wilbur & Orville flew to new heights near this city
    $300 9
Robert Pastorelli was the star of "Cracker", but he's best-known for playing Eldin the Painter on this sitcom
    $300 21
(Hi, I'm Art Alexakis of the rock group Everclear.) In a 1998 holiday ad for The Gap, my band did a rendition of this song about an alienated animal
    $300 16
The Bureau of Prisons
    $300 24
3-letter word commonly replaced in a sentence by a semicolon
    $400 5
Saddle up! These high pressure belts are located on either side of the Doldrums
    $400 10
Diane Keaton directed an episode of this David Lynch series about a strange town in the Northwest
    $400 22
"Put on your yarmulke, it's time for Chanukah" is a line from his "Chanukah Song"
    $400 17
The Fish & Wildlife Service
    DD: $600 25
It turned the 46th state into the title of a musical
    $500 6
These Spanish islands were named for a breed of large dog Romans found there, not a yellow songbird
    $500 11
In the mid-'80s Barbara Bel Geddes left this series & Donna Reed stepped in briefly as Miss Ellie
    $500 23
Bobby Helms charted (several times) with this song that mentions "glidin' in a one-horse sleigh"
    $500 18
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms
    $500 26
If 1 of these takes 3 paragraphs, the marks go at the start of each paragraph & at the end of only the third

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

John Maureen Roy
$900 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Maureen Roy
$800 $400 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
It wasn't until 7 years after publishing "Lord of the Flies" that he retired from teaching in England
    $200 6
"Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?"
    $200 23
Hedgehogs make themselves at home in flower beds, in compost heaps &, obviously under these
    $200 16
Now in prime time, she was an original "Not Ready for Prime Time Player"
    $200 11
It's the creature from which hats like the one seen here were originally made:
    $200 21
Around 405 A.D. this future patron saint was captured by pirates & sold as a slave in Ireland
    DD: $1,000 2
In 1974 this Brit turned out another novel like clockwork, "The Clockwork Testament"
    $400 7
"God didn't make Rambo. I made him"
    $400 27
Folk belief has it that hedgehogs do this to sleeping cows
    $400 17
She was nominated for a 1993 Best Director Oscar
    $400 12
A man with the head of a hawk crowned with a solar disk represents this ancient Egyptian sun god
    $400 22
Together they wrote "The Pirates of Penzance" in 1879
    $600 3
Mrs. Morel in "Sons and Lovers" is based in part on his own mom
    DD: $600 8
"I'll see you on the beach"
    $600 18
She's an Agatha Christie detective
    $600 13
Frank Gorshin played him on the small screen, Jim Carrey on the big
    $600 24
The ruins of ancient Carthage lie just outside this capital city enriched by pirating in the 1600s & 1700s
    $800 4
Let the trumpets sound! Bang "The Tin Drum"! He won the 1999 Nobel Prize for Literature
    $800 9
"Wherever there's a fight so hungry people can eat, I'll be there"
    $800 19
Ronald Reagan's ex-wife
    $800 14
It's a stream of particles or waves emitted as the result of nuclear decay
    $800 25
This name for a swift pirate ship comes from the Latin cursus, meaning "plunder"
    $1000 5
Barbara Vine is a pseudonym of this leading British mystery writer of today
    $1000 10
"We rob banks"
    $1000 28
The hedgehog genus Hemiechinus is notable for the length of these sensory appendages
    $1000 20
French director Roger Vadim was this American actress' first husband
    $1000 15
An 11-letter word meaning extreme conservative opponent of progress or liberalism
    $1000 26
Celebrating his victory over the Barbary Pirates, this naval hero toasted "Our country, right or wrong!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Maureen Roy
$2,200 $5,400 $2,700
(lock-tie game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Name shared by a British film company & an American who made millions in oil & pharmaceuticals

Final scores:

John Maureen Roy
$1 $5,300 $100
3rd place: a Meade ETX90 telescope New champion: $5,300 2nd place: a Princess cruise to Bermuda

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

John Maureen Roy
$2,200 $5,400 $3,300
10 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,900

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Game tape date: 1999-10-26
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