Show #3741 - Monday, December 4, 2000


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Holly Klatt, an investment services specialist from Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin

Josh Small, a second-year medical student from New York City, New York

Pat Grady, a computer analyst from Palatine, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A whole category devoted to...)
(Alex: You identify the country as we present the cheeses for you.)
    $100 24
Harding's veep, he succeeded Harding as president
    $100 6
    $100 12
This Ed was Johnny's sidekick on "Who Do You Trust?"
    $100 1
"Plain Speaking: An Oral Biography" was co-written by Merle Miller & this man
    $100 18
This non-representational type of art emerged in the work of Kandinsky & Kupka
    $100 3
A work stoppage worth 10 points
    $200 25
In 1903 Warren was elected lieutenant governor of this state; later he was one of its U.S. senators
    $200 13
    $200 14
This Edd made his debut May 25, 1992
    $200 2
Clint Eastwood played him 5 times on the big screen -- or was it six, punk? In all the excitement, I kind of forgot myself
    $200 19
He's the 15th century Fra, or brother, whose work is seen here:
    $200 4
It can be a rainwater channel, or a bad place for your ball
    $300 26
It's what Warren Harding's middle initial G. stood for
    $300 15
Crema Danica
    $300 21
When he temped at the announcer mike Tommy Newsom took over the band
    $300 9
She sang lead on the No. 1 hit "Heart of Glass"
    $300 20
Title of the work seen here in which an angel tells Mary the news:
    $300 5
An incrimination of an innocent person; 10 are in a standard game
    $400 28
Albert Fall, Harding's secretary of this cabinet dept., took the fall for the Teapot Dome scandal
    $400 16
    $400 22
He had 20/20 concentration as Jack Paar's announcer & sidekick
    $400 10
For more than a day-o he co-starred with Dorothy Dandridge in "Carmen Jones"
    $400 27
Someone must have said, "Watch the birdie" & "Draw the birdie" to this Franco-American naturalist
    $400 7
A type of cat, or a building where a "cat" might bowl
    DD: $500 29
Some claim that Harding coined this alliterative phrase for the leaders of the American Revolution
    $500 17
    $500 23
He filled in the ____ as Steve Allen's announcer; it was quite a "Match"
    $500 11
This turn-of-the-century man began his career as a teenager doing card magic as "Eric The Great"
    $500 30
Realistic school of art represented on the U.S. stamp seen here:
    $500 8
The head of a crime ring, found right in front

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Pat Josh Holly
$2,500 $0 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Josh Holly
$4,500 $100 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
This park contains more than 10,000 thermal sites, the greatest such concentration in the world
    $200 10
With the Oakland A's in 1990, Ozzie Canseco was a teammate of this better-known twin brother
    $200 26
Octavian, a close friend of Virgil's, ruled Rome as emperor under this name
    $200 2
Moses & Ben-Hur
    $200 1
Elections held following WWII in 1946 made this group the dominant Czech political party
    $200 11
In one year it runs from Aries to Pisces
    $400 21
Cape Sable, the southernmost point on the U.S. mainland, is located in this Florida national park
    $400 12
Last name of actor twins Jeremy, seen on "Party of Five", & Jason, seen in "Jason and the Argonauts"
    $400 27
Virgil served as a tour guide for this poet in "The Divine Comedy"
    $400 6
Hamlet & William Wallace
    $400 3
This labor union whose members forge Fords left the AFL-CIO in 1968 but rejoined in 1981
    $400 16
Shaka was their warrior chief
    $600 22
This Arizona park is named for the huge cacti that are unique to the region
    $600 13
Twins Mandy & Sandy Bentley keep company with this septuagenarian playboy
    $600 28
A mosaic found near Carthage shows Virgil between Melpomene & Clio, 2 members of this famous group
    $600 7
Axel Foley & Sherman Klump
    DD: $1,000 4
Medieval plagues were caused in part by widespread killing of these now common animals, then considered evil
    $600 17
Also the name of a wine, it's the most common red wine grape grown in California
    $800 23
This state's Theodore Roosevelt Nat'l Park encompasses Teddy's Elkhorn Ranch & part of the Badlands
    $800 14
This actress' twin sister Leslie played her double in "Terminator 2"
    $800 29
Scholars have used Virgil's fourth "Eclogue" as proof that a pagan Roman had foretold of this person's birth
    $800 8
The Great Waldo Pepper & The Great Gatsby
    $800 5
On August 22, 1922 gunmen took the life of this Irish leader played by Liam Neeson on the big screen
    $800 18
Popular music style heard here, y'all:
(around New Orleans)
    $1000 24
Although Glacier Bay National Park is in Alaska, Glacier National Park is in this state
    $1000 25
The first names of the Mowry twins, & of their twin characters on "Sister, Sister"
    DD: $100 30
Virgil praised the Hellenism of this Italian "New City" that had been founded by the Greeks
    $1000 9
Ophelia & Rose DeWitt Bukater
    $1000 15
In 1598 Henry IV granted French Protestants religious freedom by issuing this edict
    $1000 19
It's someone who shows excessive enthusiasm for a cause, especially a religious one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Josh Holly
$8,700 $4,400 $2,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: There's no longer a space race, but there used to be, some years ago.)
In 1957 the Soviets sent up Sputnik 1 carrying a radio beacon & Sputnik 2 carrying one of these animals

Final scores:

Pat Josh Holly
$8,801 $8,600 $4,500
3-day champion: $24,600 2nd place: Trip to Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort, Dana Point, California 3rd place: Assortment of Samsung Cameras

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Josh Holly
$8,700 $5,500 $2,300
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 2000-10-04
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