Show #3726 - Monday, November 13, 2000

2000-B College Championship quarterfinal game 4.
From the University of Washington in Seattle.


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Erin Milligan, a freshman at the University of Delaware from Bear, Delaware

Carl Gilbertsen, a junior at the University of Illinois from Chicago, Illinois

Mitali Banerjee, a freshman at Rice University from Houston, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: So I hope you're up on your Spanish!)
    $100 1
The first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, this man is pictured on the $10 bill
    $100 17
Samuel L. Jackson played this cool detective in a 2000 remake
    $100 26
Robyn Hitchcock's song "Viva! Sea-Tac" rhymes, "Coming and going it has to be" this transportation company
    $100 6
A male one of these is a drake
    $100 8
This famous frog cut the ribbon for the official opening of Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts
    $100 16
No bull, it's "Bravo!"
    $200 2
This Greek's "oath" is administered to those about to enter the medical profession
    $200 22
Anthony Hopkins' portrayal of this president in a 1995 film was a bit more serious than Dan Hedaya's in 1999
    $200 27
This company had its genesis when 2 Seattle boys read an article about the Altair 8800
    $200 7
A flock of these is a gaggle
    $200 9
TV fans like to visit Roslyn, Washington, which was transformed into the town of Cicely, Alaska for this '90s series
    $200 18
In 1980 Roberto Duran said to Sugar Ray Leonard, "No" this, meaning "no more"
    DD: $500 3
A cousin of Trajan, this Roman emperor built a 2nd century protective wall across Britain
    $300 23
The L.A. Times said this 2000 Nick Park animated film was "Poultry in Motion"
    $300 28
(Hi, I'm Jeff Bezos, founder & CEO of Like many tech companies, is listed on this stock exchange -- symbol AMZN
    $300 11
Flying at 100-200 MPH, this bird is fast as its name implies; in fact, it's one of the fastest
    $300 10
Holey Cow! The city of Monroe in this state calls itself the "Swiss Cheese Capital of the U.S.A."
    $300 19
Old Mexican movies & telenovelas end with this 3-letter word
    $400 4
In the 18th century B.C., this ruler's code governed Babylon
    $400 24
As "Gladiator" Maximus, he instructs, "At my signal, unleash Hell"
    $400 29
Architecture firm NBBJ designed Safeco Field & this structure seen here that it replaced
    $400 12
The Egyptian plover is also called this, from the old belief it cleaned the teeth of a Nile reptile
    $400 14
This 19th century religious leader's winter home is one of the top attractions in St. George, Utah
    $400 20
Domingo, Lunes or Martes, for example
    $500 5
"Demian" & "Journey to the East" are 2 novels by this Nobel Prize winner who wrote in German
    $500 25
In a 1996 film this actor proclaimed, "The Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday"
    $500 30
Money from the Alaskan Gold Rush started this fashion retailer whose name means "North River"
    $500 13
From the elaborate dwellings wrens build, their Latin family name is this, meaning "cave-dweller"
    $500 15
History buffs enjoy touring Bonanzaville, USA, a reconstructed pioneer village in West Fargo in this state
    $500 21
In Spanish it means "with"; in English, "against"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Mitali Carl Erin
$1,600 $1,100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mitali Carl Erin
$2,000 $4,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Many historians disagree with Shakespeare's portrayal of this king as a hunchbacked, villainous monster
    $200 26
German fans & English hooligans clashed before their teams met up at this sport's Euro 2000 match
    $200 1
Brushing & flossing can prevent & treat this, the inflammation of the gums
    $200 15
This king was granted his wish to have the golden touch before he realized he couldn't eat gold food
    $200 25
Alphabetically, it's the last of the Scandinavian countries
    $200 20
Ore-extracting spot
    $400 6
In "The Tempest" he was the rightful Duke of Milan, although his brother threw him out of the city
    $400 30
2 of the 3 Major League Baseball teams named for a bird
    $400 2
This greenish fluid is produced in the liver from the breakdown of red blood cells & is stored in the gallbladder
    $400 14
If Paris hadn't run off with her, there wouldn't have been a Trojan War
    $400 24
It's the pre-1989 name for the Asian country of Myanmar
    $400 19
Cord made from strands twisted together
    DD: $800 5
His daughters drive this man to cry out, "I am a man more sinned against than sinning"
    $600 29
Kobe Bryant & Shaquille O'Neal led the Lakers to their first NBA crown in 12 years, defeating this team in the finals
    DD: $2,000 8
The Greek word for "wrist" gives us this adjective used to describe a syndrome that affects the wrist
    $600 13
Thrym the frost giant shouldn't have stolen this tool from Thor; Thor got it back & killed him with it
    $600 23
In German, this country is known as Vereinigte Staaten
    $600 16
Boars, hogs & pigs, collectively
    $800 4
Play that contains the line "For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so"
    $800 28
5-touch bouts pertain to this combat sport
    $800 9
This fibrous protein is the main constituent of the outermost layers of skin, nails & hair
    $800 12
Anchises bragged about romancing this Greek love goddess, so Zeus struck him with lightning
    $800 22
The Strait of Hormuz divides the Arabian Peninsula from this nation
    $800 17
The tomb of a holy person
    $1000 3
After masquerading as Benedick, Claudio says, "All hearts in love use their own tongues" in this comedy
    $1000 27
This actress is in a league of her own -- she nearly made the 2000 U.S. Olympic Women's Archery Team
    $1000 10
This flap of cartilage covers the larynx when you swallow so that food doesn't go down your windpipe
    $1000 11
This husband of Eurydice so offended a band of women that they tore him to pieces
    $1000 21
1 of the 2 South American countries directly east of Ecuador
    $1000 18
In polygamous societies, a secondary mate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mitali Carl Erin
$7,200 $12,400 $6,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

Cub Scouting & many of its terms like "akela", "law of the pack", "den" & "wolf" were inspired by this British work

Final scores:

Mitali Carl Erin
$9,000 $14,401 $7,500
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mitali Carl Erin
$6,800 $11,000 $6,000
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $23,800

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Game tape date: 2000-09-15
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