Show #3402 - Tuesday, May 25, 1999

Michael Rooney game 5.


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Elena McFann, a vice president of network management from Long Beach, California

Andy Miller, a foreign service officer from Tel Aviv, Israel

Michael Rooney, a college instructor from Pasadena, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $40,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1840s
(Alex: I will give you a clue, you have to come up with the incorrect word in the clue that I will read.)
    $100 24
The Black Swan Pas De Deux is one of the most famous dances in this ballet
    $100 15
"Little Red Riding Hood", a film he animated in 1922, was found in London around 20 years ago
    $100 2
In October 1845 the U.S. opened its naval academy at Fort Severn in this city
    $100 3
On this sitcom in 1998, Tim Taylor's son Randy ran off to work in a Costa Rican rainforest
    $100 12
Drive by the cops when you put the pedal to the metal on most of these high-speed German highways
    $100 1
Oh, to be in Yonkers,/
now that April's there
    $200 16
Famous nickname of John Birks Gillespie
    $200 8
On August 19, 1848 the New York Herald reported the discovery of this, 7 months after the event
    $200 4
On her self-titled sitcom, she worked at a plastics factory & a beauty salon before opening her own diner
    $200 13
Krasnaya Ploshchad is the local name for this square you can drive by, but not across
    $200 22
Had we but world enough, and time,/This coyness, baby, were no crime
    $300 19
This famous U-2 reconnaissance pilot later became a helicopter traffic reporter
    $300 9
Lucretia Mott & Elizabeth Cady Stanton got the idea to fight for women's rights at an 1840 convention against this
    DD: $200 5
(Hi, I'm Jon Lovitz) In 1998 I joined the cast of this sitcom as Max Lewis, a man with a few insecurities
    $300 14
High degree Freemasons know it can be hard to drive by this L.A. auditorium on Jefferson Blvd. on Oscar night
    $300 25
An earnest man's the noblest work of God
    $400 20
This cartoonist famous for his "Family" published "Drawn and Quartered" in 1942
    $400 10
It wasn't Providence that gave this state 2 differently elected & feuding governors at one time in 1842
    $400 6
On "The Cosby Show", daughter Denise left for Hillman College & this spin-off
    $400 17
You'll reach the president's office in this country driving to the union buildings on Government Ave. in Pretoria
    $400 23
I should have been a pair of ragged jaws/scuttling across the floors of silent seas
    $500 21
It's what the "D" stands for in the names of all those John D. Rockefellers
    $500 11
A March 1845 act gave government subsidies to steamships that carried this
    $500 7
In 1979 when its main setting moved to a bar, "All In The Family" took this new title
    $500 18
Drive down Obala Vojvode Stepe in this city & relive the street's most famous moment of June 28, 1914
    $500 26
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will/to strive, to seek, to dive and not to yield

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

Michael Andy Elena
$600 $500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Andy Elena
$1,900 $1,300 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
During the Middle Ages, this capital was mostly confined to Stadsholmen & Riddarholmen islands
    $200 1
For your renewal ceremony in Vegas, Pete Willcox will officiate dressed as this man, "The King!"
    $200 21
Tradition says that in August 30 B.C., she committed suicide with the bite of an asp, a symbol of divine royalty
    $200 26
Daniel Stern & Joe Pesci played the burglars who tormented this young actor when he was "Home Alone"
    $200 11
He declared in 1992 that if Clinton & Gore were moderates, "I'm a world champion speller"
    $200 16
It's the "unspeakable" term for underwear such as teddies, thongs & Wonderbras
    $400 7
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the center of this Bulgarian city celebrates its liberation from the Turks
    $400 2
In a Protestant wedding, it's the role of the father of the bride
    $400 22
In Genesis 3:13 Eve said, this creature "Beguiled me, and I did eat"
    $400 27
In 1978 Gene Hackman planned to destroy the West Coast of the U.S. as this superhero-fighting villain
    $400 12
Appropriately, this "silent" president's VP, Charles Dawes, criticized the Senate for filibustering
    $400 17
It's the kind of bread in Exodus 12:15
    $600 8
In this capital you can watch the sun turn the Tagus' estuary into Mar de Palha, the "sea of straw"
    $600 3
(Hi, I'm Ingo Rademacher from General Hospital) Luke & Laura's 1981 wedding was crashed by Scotty, played by Kin Shriner, & Helena Cassadine, played by this superstar
    $600 23
Patriotic flags of the American Revolution depicted a coiled timber rattlesnake & this motto
    $600 13
John Nance Garner called the vice presidency this object "on the automobile of government"
    $600 18
From the Latin for "small wave", it describes a sinuous, rippling wavelike motion
    $800 9
Diplomats live in the Chanakyapuri section of this capital designed by Edwin Lutyens & Herbert Baker
    $800 4
The 2-month salary benchmark for a ring-buying budget was set by this diamond mining company in the 1980s
    DD: $2,400 24
Reptilian nickname used for Union Democrats who opposed Lincoln's efforts to free the slaves during the Civil War
    $800 28
A perennial good guy now, in Bruce Lee's "Return of the Dragon" this American TV star played a martial arts villain
    $800 14
In 1978 Walter Mondale called this earlier VP, Mondale's mentor, "His country's conscience"
    $800 19
Carl Jung often spoke of the "collective" one
    DD: $2,000 10
From 1936 to 1961 this Caribbean capital was known as Ciudad Trujillo in honor of dictator Rafael Trujillo
    $1000 5
This composer was 17, a legal age for men in Mississippi to marry, when he began work on the following:
    $1000 25
This ancient winged staff featuring 2 intertwined snakes is now the symbol of the U.S. Army Medical Corps
    $1000 15
As FDR's VP, this future Progressive candidate hailed "The century of the common man"
    $1000 20
This Percy Shelley work about a mythical fire-stealer opens in "a ravine of icy rocks"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Andy Elena
$7,900 $5,100 $2,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The 2 Roman emperors during the time that Jesus Christ walked the Earth

Final scores:

Michael Andy Elena
$10,200 $0 $2,800
5-day champion: $50,201 3rd place: Marantz Stereo Combo 2nd place: Techmedia Desktop PC system

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michael Andy Elena
$6,900 $3,500 $2,900
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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Game tape date: 1999-02-23
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