Show #3522 - Tuesday, December 21, 1999


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Yancy Naughton, a golf magazine publisher from Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania

Susan Kahn, a part-time bookkeeper from Los Angeles, California

Maureen Madison, a Ph.D. candidate from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the artist as we give you the...)
(Alex: Notice the spelling.)
    $100 26
Of the first 2 people to make offerings to God, the one who had his rejected
    $100 11
The Museum of Fine Arts in this Massachusetts capital is noted for its Asiatic collection
    $100 3
    $100 1
He gave his "Liberty or Death" speech in St. John's Church in Richmond, Virginia
    $100 21
It's what you should have in your hand when you say "Kippis!" or "Skal!"
    $100 16
So he wants a divorce. Suggest a "trial" one of these -- maybe you'll find life better without the bum
    $200 27
Proverbs 31 says an ideal one is industrious, helps the needy & gives advice to those less wise
    $200 12
At Universal Studios Florida, a calamitous log flume ride down Ripsaw Falls is named for this cartoon Mountie
    $200 4
"Ropin' The Wind"
    $200 10
Belle Boyd, who was imprisoned for being one of these during the Civil War, later became an actress
    $200 22
If your Finnish isn't up to snuff, you may ask "Puhutteko Englantia?", meaning this
    $200 17
You make your boyfriend feel inadequate because no man ever loses his awe of this woman
    $300 28
As a bride price, Saul asked David to kill 100 of these people & bring back proof
    $300 13
The Kennebunk area, including Kennebunk Beach, is one of this state's most popular resort destinations
    $300 5
    $300 9
Stonewall Jackson called him "The only man I know whom I would follow blindfold"
    $300 23
It's where Finns traditionally go to feel the loyly, "steam heat", & get hikinen, "sweaty"
    $300 18
Hmm. You get to your job early, stay late, won't delegate & have no friends -- you may be this type of "holic"
    $400 29
Made of metal, tseltselim, the only percussion instruments in the temple orchestra, are these
    $400 14
When in this city, find time to explore the National Geographic Society's Explorers Hall
    $400 6
    $400 2
The home this president bought for his mother Mary is a tourist attraction in Fredericksburg
    $400 24
If you pull into the full service lane, you'll need to know "tankki tayteen", this phrase
    $400 19
My feeling is your boyfriend has this fetish called retifism - so see if you're missing any Ferragamos or Guccis
    $500 30
He's the one lamenting in the book of Lamentations
    $500 15
It isn't forbidden to visit the Forbidden Caverns near Sevierville in this "Volunteer State"
    $500 7
"Forever Your Girl"
    DD: $500 8
This teenager was the second of John Rolfe's 3 wives
    $500 25
Voileipapoyta, literally "buttered bread table", is the Finnish equivalent of this Swedish spread
    $500 20
One little change affects the rest of your life like a stone dropped in a pond - I call that this "effect"

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

Maureen Susan Yancy
$1,900 $700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Maureen Susan Yancy
$2,500 $2,000 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 9
"Why England Slept"
    $200 15
This Greek became a flower after killing himself when he tried to touch his reflection in a pool
    $200 19
Shock treatment for epilepsy was once administered using this freshwater fish, Malapterus electricus
    $200 22
If this monster of Greek mythology had an eye on you, that was all the eyes he had
    $200 3
Like Mathew Brady in the Civil War, Roger Fenton is famous for doing this during the Crimean War
    $200 23
The Han River flows through this capital whose name in Korean means "center"
    $400 10
"Through the Brazilian Wilderness"
    $400 16
This flower, a popular source of tea, was named for Jesuit & botanist Georg Kamel
    $400 4
The leading resort town of the Crimean Peninsula; the Big 3 met there
    $400 24
In 1909 the first kibbutz was founded in this river's valley
    $600 12
"Principles of Mining"
    $600 17
A genus of shrubs & trees is named for this biographer of Samuel Johnson
    DD: $500 5
In 1954 Russia transferred the province of Crimea to this republic
    $600 25
The Rhine of Germany & the Netherlands flows into this sea
    DD: $2,500 11
"At Ease"
    $800 14
The Fitzroya was named for Robert FitzRoy, captain of this ship on which Darwin sailed
    $800 8
Seen here, the temple of this goddess was moved brick-by-brick to save it from rising waters
    $800 1
This "Insane in the Brain" Latino hip-hop group was named after a street in L.A.
    $800 6
Catherine the Great fortified the port settlement of Akhtiar & renamed it this
    $800 20
The outus of the Indus is this sea
    $1000 13
"No More Vietnams"
    $1000 18
The Sinowilsonia was named for Dr. E.H. Wilson who introduced plants from this country to England
    $1000 21
It was the first national capital city occupied by U.S. troops
    $1000 2
Isn't that sweet? It's just short for cyclohexylsulfamate
    $1000 7
After being wounded by natives while in Africa with Speke, he served as a noncombatant in the Crimean War

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Maureen Susan Yancy
$2,600 $2,200 $7,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The final episode of this sitcom was called "The Final Frontier"

Final scores:

Maureen Susan Yancy
$0 $4,398 $5,831
3rd place: World of Science Shopping Spree 2nd place: Intel PC Camera Pro Pack & Compaq Presario Internet Desktop PC New champion: $5,831

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Maureen Susan Yancy
$3,100 $2,200 $6,100
10 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $11,400

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Game tape date: 1999-10-27
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