Show #3738 - Wednesday, November 29, 2000


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Tim Morton, a military analyst from Stevensville, Maryland

Deb Fleisig, a network analyst from Cranston, Rhode Island

Scott Rogers, a magazine editor from Alexandria, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The status weapon of a viking, he'd decorate it to the hilt (& then decorate the hilt, too)
    $100 2
This nickname of Mrs. Gore comes from a song recorded by Jan August & The Harmonicats
    $100 7
State domestic animal:
dairy cow
    $100 17
Used during the Vietnam War, this defoliant was named for the color of its container
    $100 12
Franklin Pangborn was this comic's foil in "The Bank Dick" & "Never Give A Sucker An Even Break"
    $100 20
Collective term for victories in horse racing's 3 major events
    $200 13
On this island the "Smoky Bay", or Reykjavik, was settled first
    $200 3
The nickname of a Notre Dame star played by Ronald Reagan, it was later applied to Reagan himself
    $200 8
State sport:
    $200 18
For his 11th labor, Hercules stole these from the tree guarded by the Hesperides
    $200 19
Dudley Moore was part of this famous show & later parodied its title with "Behind the Fridge"
    $200 21
Tantalizing variety of lunch seen here:
(Dagwood would approve!)
    $300 14
Contrary to operatic cliche, the Vikings didn't have war helmets with these on them
    $300 4
Nickname of Jack, whose actions resulted in the 1888 resignation of Scotland Yard commissioner Charles Warren
    $300 9
State flower:
Pua Aloalo
    $300 22
This juice orange is the world's most popular variety of orange
    $300 28
Legend of early TV seen here in his 1946 feature film debut:
(Imogene Coca was later his comic foil)
    $300 25
In 2000 Randy Velarde pulled off only the 10th unassisted one of these in regular season major league history
    $400 15
Svein Forkbeard conquered this island realm in 1013; Canute had to reconquer it 3 years later
    $400 5
Though Mets fans insist on "Larry", this is the nickname of Atlanta Braves MVP Jones
    $400 10
State tree:
Black Hills Spruce
    $400 23
This U.S. college's athletic teams are known as the Orangemen
    $400 29
This late actress earned Oscar nominations for "Blazing Saddles" & "Paper Moon"
    $400 26
This sweet, colorless liqueur is an ingredient in a Kamikaze
    $500 16
Olaf Haraldsson Christianized this country & later was named Saint Olaf of it
    $500 6
Superstar Wilt Chamberlain was "The Big" one
    $500 11
State animal:
Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep
    $500 24
In an oldie, "Shoo Fly Pie and" this baked dish "makes your eyes light up , your tummy say Howdy"
    DD: $800 30
"How to Talk Jewish" is a book by this man who wows 'em on Broadway
    $500 27
It was formed in 1882 by Germany, Austria-Hungary & Italy

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Scott Deb Tim
$1,700 $1,200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Deb Tim
$2,300 $900 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with the letter "B" and it refers to something that occurred in 1952.)
    $200 1
Anatomically, dorsal is the opposite of ventral & this is the opposite of anterior
    $200 13
Truman, referring to this man, said, "I like old Joe! He is a decent fellow. But a prisoner of the Politburo"
    $200 8
"And the Beat Goes On"
    $200 15
On June 18, 1952 this film star gave birth to daughter Isabella in Rome
    $200 26
As a rookie, Shaq brought down the house when he brought down this, a la Darryl Dawkins, in Phoenix
    $200 2
In Georgia you can hike the Appalachian National Scenic one, or see history on the Antebellum one
    $400 3
Women once dreaded puerperal fever, a common result of unsterile practices during this
    $400 14
His "Greatest One Liners" said, "I've been in love with the same woman for 41 years. If my wife finds out she'll kill me"
    $400 9
"Rhinestone Cowboy"
    $400 16
This West Virginian won election to the House in 1952, beginning nearly 5 decades in Congress
    $400 7
You can enter the "Big Pit" & tour a real coal mine at Blaenavon in this U.K. country
    $600 4
Alliterative name for abdominoplasty
    $600 25
In a speech in Kulmbach, Germany in 1928 he said, "Struggle is the father of all things"
    $600 10
1999's "To Hell and Back"
    $600 17
In 1952 he overthrew president Carlos Prio Socarras to seize power in Cuba
    $600 20
Go due west from Sao Paulo & you'll next make your guay into this country
    $800 5
Kaposi's is one type of the tumors known as these
    $800 24
"The unexamined life is not worth living", said this Greek who took his own life
    DD: $800 11
"I Used to be an Animal, but I'm All Right Now"
    DD: $1,400 18
Opposing Ben-Gurion, this future Israeli PM led a protest against accepting German reparations
    $800 21
The mosque seen here is in this fabled city of Mali, once a center of trade & Islamic learning
    $1000 6
Alliterative name for a sprain of the metatarsophalangeal joint caused by playing on artificial grass
    $1000 23
He told the panel at Worms, "Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise"
    $1000 12
"Dreamgirl and Supreme Faith"
    $1000 19
This historian, elected for life to the National Institute of Arts & Letters in '52, published a vast new book in 2000
    $1000 22
Roam to this former SSR on the Gulf of Finland & you'll hear a language closely related to Finnish

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Deb Tim
$3,700 $1,700 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1829 he leaves an islet in Marseille's harbor & finds treasure on an islet in Italy's Tuscan Archipelago

Final scores:

Scott Deb Tim
$500 $2 $3,099
2nd place: Caribbean Cruise courtesy of 3rd place: High Sierra Sport Company AT Gear Collection New champion: $3,099

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Scott Deb Tim
$3,700 $3,300 $4,800
15 R,
3 W
16 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,800

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Game tape date: 2000-10-03
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