Show #3771 - Monday, January 15, 2001

Michael Arnone game 5.


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Woody Kennedy, a middle school assistant principal from Clearwater Beach, Florida

Laurie Martin, a computer programmer and analyst from Wantagh, New York

Michael Arnone, a graduate student originally from Pennington, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $51,699)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Yes indeed, it is!)
    $100 6
Born in Shawnee, Oklahoma in 1963, he's People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive for the second time
    $100 26
On March 16, 1974 this president played "God Bless America" on the piano at the dedication of the new Opry house
    $100 11
This 1995 film is based on the book "The Sheep-Pig"
    $100 16
To wander, or a European capital
    $100 21
While the Mounds bar was introduced in 1920, this nutty counterpart didn't appear until 1946
    $100 1
Brat Packer haunted by Patrick Swayze in "Ghost"
    $200 7
This school in Stillwater opened in the 1890s as the Oklahoma Agricultural & Mechanical College
    $200 27
From 1980 through 1993, this "stately" group led by Randy Owen had 32 of its 42 charted singles reach No. 1
    $200 12
Piggy is one of the boys stranded on a desert island in his "Lord of the Flies"
    $200 17
A big gun, or a book of religious law
    $200 22
These malted milk balls were first sold unwrapped, 2 for a penny; today they come in milk carton packaging
    $200 2
The Lone Ranger
    DD: $600 8
This Apache leader was a prisoner of war at Oklahoma's Fort Sill from 1894 until his death in 1909
    $300 28
She's the famous fiddler & singer seen here
    $300 13
In "Charlotte's Web", Charlotte helps keep this pig from becoming Christmas dinner
    $300 18
A member of a royal family, or some photographs
    $300 23
Fire Stix was the first flavor of this candy to be introduced
    $300 3
A big screen Bond
    $400 9
Peter Sellers could tell you that the "Pink Panther" movies were produced & directed by this Oklahomie
    $400 29
Released in May 1992, his debut album "Some Gave All" was certified triple platinum by July
    $400 14
This author wrote about Piglet, a toy that had been a gift to his son from a neighbor
    $400 19
Large ocean mammals, or a small division of Great Britain
    $400 24
A little birdie told me these classic candies are simply licorice-flavored dots
    $400 4
A would-be Gerald Ford assassin
    $500 10
As it crosses Oklahoma, U.S. Highway 81 follows or parallels this famous 1800s cattle trail
    $500 15
Ferocious man-eating wild boars appear in this author's "Hannibal"
    $500 20
Masticates, or select
    $500 25
A baby's first words might be the name of this chocolate, peanut, marshmallow & caramel treat created in 1912
    $500 5
His handiwork is seen here
("Locking Piece")

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Michael Laurie Woody
$1,900 $100 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Laurie Woody
$3,200 $700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
(Hi, I'm Yolanda King) In 1963 my father delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech before this monument in Washington, D.C.
    $200 6
Jimmy Stewart fights kidnappers in "The Man Who Knew" this
    $200 11
God actually told him to transport 7 pairs of each clean animal
    $200 12
Expect cloudy days when a cold one of these catches a warm one & forms an occluded one
    $200 17
A dentist may employ 1 or more of these licensed technicians to clean teeth & to provide other preventive care
    $200 1
On TV Sally Field played a flying one
    $400 27
(Hi, I'm Reverend Bernice A. King) As an advocate of nonviolence, my father, Martin Luther King, Jr., embraced the philosophy & teachings of this Indian leader
    $400 7
In "Safari", Victor Mature gets the girl played by this actress seen here
    $400 22
Mary "brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in" these, "and laid him in a manger"
    $400 13
This type of air from above 66 degrees north latitude will send the mercury falling
    $400 18
Apothecary is an old-fashioned term for this professional
    $400 2
This automaker has asked you to "Enjoy the Ride" in its models that include the Sentra, Altima & Maxima
    $600 28
(Hi, I'm Christine King Farris) As a student at Morehouse College, my brother was inspired by this writer's essay on "Civil Disobedience"
    $600 8
This musical opens at the premiere of a movie starring Gene Kelly's & Jean Hagen's characters
    DD: $2,000 23
Absalom was killed during a rebellion against this man, his father
    $600 14
Don't worry about Ulka yet -- she's not a hurricane, just one of these "storms" with winds over 38 MPH
    $600 19
From the Latin word for "wine", it's a person who makes or sells wine
    DD: $1,000 3
It's usually used to describe a treaty calling for the cessation of the spread of nuclear weapons
    $800 29
(Hi, I'm Martin Luther King III) In 1998 I became president of this organization co-founded by my father & known as the SCLC for short
    $800 9
Norma Shearer played Elizabeth Barrett Browning in a 1934 film version of "The Barretts of" this street
    $800 24
Shamgar the judge passed sentences on 600 Philistines by killing them with a goad for this animal
    $800 15
Brace yourself for storms -- we're in one of these elongated low-pressure areas, like a hungry pig
    $800 20
The manager of a hotel or the headwaiter at a restaurant often goes by this French title
    $800 4
A slang term for the head, it can also be a small mug or cup
    $1000 30
(Yolanda King speaking) In 1960 my father, MLK Jr., joined my grandfather as co-pastor of this Baptist church in Atlanta
    $1000 10
This director made a splash with the 1962 film "Noz W Wodzie" or "Knife in the Water"
    $1000 26
While this king was boasting about Babylon, a voice from heaven said, "The kingdom is departed from thee"
    $1000 16
Poor air quality will result from this layer in which the atmosphere warms as you go higher
    $1000 21
It's a type of criminal, or a person who heats & hammers metal into shape
    $1000 5
A 9-sided closed plane figure

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Laurie Woody
$6,800 $3,500 $400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Introduced to desktops in 1950, it was designed by Arnold Neustadter & featured a ball-bearing clutch

Final scores:

Michael Laurie Woody
$2,800 $300 $0
5-day champion: $54,499 2nd place: Trip to Grand Summit Resort at Attitash Bear Peak, New Hampshire 3rd place: Panasonic Portable DVD Player

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Laurie Woody
$6,800 $5,500 $1,100
16 R,
0 W
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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Game tape date: 2000-11-07
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