Show #3727 - Tuesday, November 14, 2000

2000-B College Championship quarterfinal game 5.
From the University of Washington in Seattle.


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Rob Schickler, a senior at Baylor University from Arlington, Virginia

Iyesatu Kamara, a sophomore at the University of Washington from Seattle, Washington

Matt Keller, a sophomore at Vanderbilt University from Bettendorf, Iowa

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the work we will describe.)
(Alex: How appropriate in this city!)
    $100 5
Girl falls asleep, has some really weird dreams, wakes up, goes to tea
    $100 15
In 1971, before you were born, this coffee company opened its first location, at Seattle's Pike Place Market
    $100 1
I've had it "on my mind" that this state has joined the Union 3 times, in 1788, 1868 & 1870
    $100 4
Messenger-god planet
    $100 20
To the surprise of many, she & Bruce Willis called it quits in 1998
    $100 26
This trademarked semisolid theatrical make-up sounds like you'd find it at IHOP
    $200 9
Young Civil War soldier has dreams of glory, but in his first battle he runs in the wrong direction
    $200 16
The fictional Seattle coffeehouse in the picture seen here is featured on this TV show
(Cafe Nervosa)
    $200 2
A federal law from 1950 prohibited the labeling of colored oleo as this
    $200 8
Duchovny's "Fox"iest role
    $200 21
In October 1999 he shocked radio listeners by announcing that he & wife Alison were splitting up
    $200 27
To become red in the face, or a reddish product that accents the cheekbones
    $300 10
Monster & mom munch; devour drinking Danes; hearty hero hacks; deadly duo dies
    $300 17
True Kona coffee is grown in the rich volcanic soil of this "Big Island"
    $300 3
The Dept. of Agriculture began a new version of this program in 1964; by 1975 it was helping over 17 million people
    $300 13
    $300 22
After his breakup with Brooke Shields, he found a love match with Steffi Graf
    $300 28
An Algerian region shares its name with this eyelash-enhancing make-up
    $400 11
Man kills his dad & marries his mom, & that's before the play even begins!
    $400 18
This 3-word term is French for "coffee with milk"
    $400 6
This commodore became a friend to Japan in 1854, showing them the telegraph & a daguerreotype camera
    $400 14
Carnegie's partner, in a university name
    $400 23
Looks like he's going to be "Home Alone" since he & Rachel Miner called it quits
    $400 29
General term for the bottom layer of make-up that serves as a base for more
    $500 12
Sea captain cares more about his cargo of breadfruit trees than he does about his crew; crew senses this
    DD: $600 25
If you know your java, you know this is the top coffee-growing country in Asia
    $500 7
Name that completed an 1856 Republican slogan, "Free soil, free speech, free men and ..."
    $500 19
"Peace"ful space station
    $500 24
Before becoming Mrs. Antonio Banderas, Melanie Griffith married & divorced this actor twice
    $500 30
The study, the art & the profession of using make-up is this -ology

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

Matt Iyesatu Rob
$1,600 $100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Iyesatu Rob
$2,500 $2,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not the books.)
    $200 8
The Cliffs of Moher, 5 miles long & over 700 feet high, are a highlight of County Clare in this country
    $200 5
In "Medicine Man" Sean Connery finds a cure for this but then loses it -- don't you hate when that happens?
    $200 1
In poker:
royal flush,
straight flush...
    $200 2
King George enjoyed this man's "Water Music" so much during a 1717 party that he ordered it played 3 times that day
    $200 17
According to Jeff Foxworthy, "If you've got more than 3 cousins named Bubba" you might be one of these
    $200 22
The phrase "Beware of Greeks bearing gifts" goes back to this gift in mythology
    $400 26
A New Mexico national monument preserves cliff dwellings near this "monstrous" river
    $400 9
John Cusack is among the scientists building this in "Fat Man and Little Boy"
    $400 13
In the Olympics:
400-meter run,
800-meter run...
    $400 3
This "Rite of Spring" composer accepted such commissions as a dance for circus elephants
    $400 18
Anthony Kiedis & Flea of this group played in their first band together while attending L.A.'s Fairfax High
    $400 23
In the magazine title, YM orginally stood for Young Miss; now it stands for Young & this
    $600 27
If you own a cliff with a broad, steep face, it's what you might "call your" this
    $600 10
On "Friends", David Schwimmer plays this type of scientist
    $600 14
At the movies:
"Batman Returns",
"Batman Forever"...
    $600 4
Both he & his father Leopold were concertmasters for the archbishop of Salzburg
    $600 19
Until 1907 this American League baseball team was nicknamed the Pilgrims
    $600 24
This fermented soy bean paste flavors & lends its name to popular soups of Japan
    DD: $1,000 29
This point seen here in extreme southwestern England shares its name with a clothing catalogue
    $800 11
Famous for playing a scientist's creation, he plays a scientist here
("Before I Hang")
    DD: $1,200 15
Chief justices:
Earl Warren,
Warren Burger...
    $800 6
He was born in Ciboure, France, near the Spanish border; thus, the Spanish influence in such works as "Bolero"
    $800 20
The president of the U.S. is the honorary chairman of this organization founded by Clara Barton
    $800 25
Famous for the Gettysburg "Charge" named for him, after the Civil War he became an insurance agent
    $1000 30
1,000-foot cliffs line the Arkansas River above this gorge near Colorado Springs
    $1000 12
Elisabeth Shue masters cold fusion & Val Kilmer tries to steal the secret in this 1997 film
    $1000 16
Presidential succession:
Vice president,
Speaker of the House...
    $1000 7
When his father died, he moved to Ohrdruf to live & study the organ with his brother Johann Christoph
    $1000 21
In "The Gift", part one of this Steinbeck short novel, Jody Tiflin is given a young horse to care for
    $1000 28
NASA honored this English navigator by naming the Endeavour & Discovery shuttles after his ships

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Iyesatu Rob
$9,700 $5,100 $1,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

David Ben-Gurion described her as "the only man in my cabinet"

Final scores:

Matt Iyesatu Rob
$10,201 $2,500 $600
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Iyesatu Rob
$10,900 $6,100 $1,200
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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Game tape date: 2000-09-15
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