Show #3490 - Friday, November 5, 1999

1999-B Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.


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Erin Gell, a senior from Boca Raton, Florida

Scott Duquette, a junior from South Hamilton, Massachusetts

Emily Deveau, a junior from St. Johns, Michigan

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Some tourists save money by staying at the Bangkok YMCA in this country
    $100 6
Time flies! This "Reds" actor-director & wife Annette Bening now have 3 kids
    $100 26
(Hi, I'm Tim Russ.) On Voyager I play Tuvok, the first "Star Trek" series regular from this race since Spock
    $100 1
A gentleman caller breaks Laura's unicorn figurine in this Tennessee Williams play
    $100 20
Nitrogen oxides combined with hydrocarbons in sunlight cause ground-level ozone, AKA this urban pollution
    $100 11
Even if you're not a lumberjack, things can be as easy as falling off one of these
    $200 16
When visiting this island country, you might buy some of its famous "shorts" in Hamilton, the capital
    $200 7
Ed Asner & Ted Knight co-starred, but it was this actress' "Show" from 1970 to 1977
    $200 27
Voyager in the Delta Quadrant is trying to get back to this quadrant, its home
    $200 2
Southern inhospitality drives her 1939 play "The Little Foxes"
    DD: $500 21
It's what the sign seen here is asking you to do (don't throw away those soda cans)
    $200 12
If your wits don't "dessert" you, this clue will be "as easy as pie", or "a piece of" this
    $300 17
Retiro Park in this capital was once a private playground for the Spanish royal family
    $300 9
Born in 1931, this Australian-born owner of Fox Broadcasting is now a U.S. citizen
    $300 28
(Hi, I'm Ethan Phillips.) Neelix was given this job so that we could save the power the food replicators required
    $300 3
Discovering water pollution makes Dr. Stockmann "An Enemy of the People" in this Norwegian's play
    $300 23
"Save the Planet" is a motto of this chain of musical "cafes" that once kept a tally of the shrinking rain forest
    $300 13
On the Beaufort scale, any wind with a speed of 4 to 31 mph is designated this
    $400 18
Westernland, not Frontierland, is the Old West-themed area of this Asian city's Disneyland
    $400 10
This Arizona senator & presidential candidate was a P.O.W. for 5 1/2 years during the Vietnam War
    $400 29
The 100th episode was directed by this man, Geordi La Forge on "The Next Generation"
    $400 4
Some time passes before Jerry tells what happened at the zoo in this playwright's "The Zoo Story"
    $400 24
"Ecology and the Human Spirit" is the subtitle of this man's book "Earth in the Balance"
    $400 14
You can make a simple "soup" with something "like water off" this bird's "back"
    $500 19
Some travelers hike the Inca Trail to get to Machu Picchu in this country
    $500 22
Canadian prime minister Jean Chretien, the 18th of 19 children, was born in this province in 1934
    $500 30
(Hello, I'm Robert Picardo.) With my mobile emitter, I can now go anywhere, but initially I was limited to this area on Voyager
    $500 5
A woman wants to bury her brother against the king's wishes in this tragedy by Sophocles
    $500 25
Sulfur & nitrogen compounds mix with water, lowering the pH level, & produce this kind of precipitation
    $500 15
Alphabetically, you'll find things as easy as this tune, the Jackson 5's second No. 1 hit

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Emily Scott Erin
$700 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Scott Erin
$2,000 $600 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to identify the group.)
    $200 4
He lived to see his son become president as well, but died during his son's term in office
    $200 19
Dasher, Dancer, Prancer & 5 other tiny pullers
    $200 24
The Mesozoic era is known as the Age of these, such as snakes & iguanas today
    $200 14
This actor was "Missing in Action" & feeling "Silent Rage" before he became TV's "Walker, Texas Ranger"
    $200 3
Terrytop & Whuppity Stoorie are variant names of this gold-spinning gnome
    $200 1
It's the present tense of the sentence "I have lain."
    $400 8
For his work in founding the League of Nations, he received the 1919 Nobel Peace Prize
    $400 20
Isaac, Taylor & Zac on drums
    $400 25
In 1942 scientists got a much higher yield of this antibiotic from a moldy cantaloupe than with previous ways
    $400 15
Randy Quaid & Will Smith help save the Earth in this 1996 action thriller
    $400 6
In different versions, this one-shoed girl is named Rashin Coatie, Aschenputtel & Zezolla
    $400 2
Of "hurt", "spurt" or "blurt", the one that stays the same in the past tense
    $600 9
He's the hero seen here with his famous regiment before taking charge of the White House
    $600 21
Gawain, Lancelot, Tristram & many other knights, named because they sat as equals
    DD: $700 26
The life of these in your body ranges from 3 days in your intestine to a lifetime in your brain
    $600 16
Jeff Goldblum starred in this 1997 sequel about Jurassic predators
    $600 7
Blunderbore, Thundel & Galligantus are all bested by this giant-killer
    $600 5
This letter hides when "hide" is conjugated in the past tense
    DD: $800 12
This president's grandfather, James Knox, was a captain in the American Revolution
    $800 22
Gummo, Zeppo, Harpo, Chico & Groucho
    $800 27
Your baroreceptors are sensory devices that keep this steady
    $800 17
With films like "Rush Hour", this Chinese action hero's star is rising in the U.S.
    $800 10
During his adventures, this tiny "digital" favorite is swallowed by a cow, a giant & a fish
    $800 29
If you used "brung" in one of your essays, replace it with this word
    $1000 13
His tenure as president from 1817 to 1825 is often referred to as the "Era of Good Feeling"
    $1000 23
Sabrina Duncan, Jill Munroe & Kelly Garrett
    $1000 28
The highest level of activity in this organ of your body is in the Fovea Centralis
    $1000 18
These 2 actors play detectives Riggs & Murtaugh in the "Lethal Weapon" movies
    $1000 11
After receiving footwear, this clever kitty helps its owner get rich
    $1000 30
This verb is so irregular, it has 8 different verb forms (one form is in this clue, twice)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Scott Erin
$9,100 $2,800 $5,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

Common name given Douglas Engelbart's device, an "X-Y position indicator for a display system"

Final scores:

Emily Scott Erin
$7,300 $1,000 $5,900
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emily Scott Erin
$9,000 $2,800 $5,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1999-09-13
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