Show #3758 - Wednesday, December 27, 2000

2000 Holiday Kids Week game 3.


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Mike Kim, a 12-year-old from Wiesbaden, Germany

Alycia Kennedy, a 13-year-old from Lynnfield, Massachusetts

Adam Bock, a 13-year-old from St. Louis, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The 12 disciples whom Jesus chose to be his special messengers were called these
    $100 2
Seen here, the centerpiece of Disney's Animal Kingdom is called the "Tree of" this, not the "Circle of" it
    $100 11
The USA's highest mountain is found in this state, the USA's largest
    $100 26
Save these from your popsicles & you can make a picture frame
    $100 21
Charles Lindbergh made all the papers in May 1927 when he flew solo over this ocean
    $100 16
2-letter term for what you become when you're tagged in tag
    $200 7
In Exodus the feast of unleavened bread is combined with this holiday
    $200 3
This "swinging" character really "Rocks!" in a live stage show that also features Jane & Terk
    $200 12
Spanning from Europe to the Pacific, it's the largest country in the world
    $200 27
You can fashion pot holders, pillows & more by weaving pieces of yarn on one of these special frames
    $200 22
Hindu leader Mohandas Gandhi fought without the use of violence for this country's independence
    $200 17
Keebler claims these creatures make its cookies
    $300 8
Containing 150 songs of praise including "The Lord is my shepherd...", it's the Bible's longest book
    $300 4
The Kilimanjaro Safari's Ride, seen here, is the main attraction in this area named for this continent
    $300 13
A view is seen here of this city with the largest population of any urban area in the world
    $300 28
Instead of using bits of colored tiles or stones to make this type of picture, try dried beans
    $300 23
Over 2 million blocks went into building Khufu's Great one of these, & we're not talking Lego!
    $300 18
Alphabetically, the 7 colors of the visible light spectrum run from this to violet
    $400 9
Though born in Bethlehem, Jesus was raised in this town in Galilee
    $400 5
The thrill ride once known as "Countdown to Extinction" was renamed for this 2000 film about prehistoric times
    $400 14
1 of the 2 countries on whose border you'll find the world's highest mountain
    $400 29
Knot a plain T-shirt with rubber bands & dip in different colors to make this type of psychedelic shirt
    $400 24
Montezuma II's reign over this civilization lasted 18 years
    $400 19
As of July 1, 2002 this currency of Italy will be no more; that's when Europe switches to using Euros for everything
    $500 10
The Queen of Sheba told this king, "Thy wisdom and prosperity exceedeth the fame which I heard"
    $500 6
This Disney heroine "and Her Forest Friends" appear in a live stage show with Grandmother Willow
    $500 15
Glaciers cover nearly 15% of this island nation east of Greenland
    $500 30
It's the Japanese name for the craft that produced the figures seen here
    DD: $1,000 25
The term "czar" came from the family name of this Roman, stabbed by Brutus & others in 44 B.C.
    $500 20
This publisher who died in 1911 set up a prize fund for awards in journalism, literature, music & drama

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

Adam Alycia Mike
$2,200 -$100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Alycia Mike
$2,600 $900 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Those letters "ME" will come up about in the middle of each correct response.)
    $200 6
In the 1830s he was postmaster of New Salem, Illinois & supplemented his income by railsplitting & surveying
    $200 26
There's no place like this cozy page, the first page of a website
    $200 21
To examine your throat, the doctor needs a "depressor" for this
    $200 11
One advantage of the Yankees' pinstripes is that in the '20s they made this tubby home run king look thinner
    $200 16
In the 1800s H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine" & "The War of the Worlds" pioneered this type of "fiction"
    $200 1
A guy who tells jokes for a living
    $400 7
In 1961 this president appointed his brother-in-law Sargent Shriver as director of the Peace Corps
    $400 27
Yeehaw! It's the world's most popular Internet directory
    $400 22
The doctor may have you say "99" to hear the vibrations of these cords go down into the chest
    $400 12
6' 7" Carl Henkel is a scary sight at the net in the beach type of this sport
    $400 17
This hero gets adopted in the last chapter, so the book could have been called "Oliver Brownlow"
    $400 2
With this weapon, what goes around comes around
    DD: $1,000 8
This president is seen here in his 1947 class portrait at the U.S. Naval Academy
    $600 28
In Internet domain names, .gov stands for government, .net for network & .org for this
    $600 23
The name of the otoscope, seen here, means to view this organ, & that's what a doctor does with it
    $600 13
In 1996 Akakide Kakhiashvilis set a world record total in this sport with 926 lbs., over 4 times his own poundage
    $600 18
The title character in "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" foolishly kills an albatross, one of these
    $600 3
In this math course you'll learn all the angles
    $800 9
Almost defeating President Ford in the 1976 GOP primary, he won the nomination & the presidency 4 years later
    $800 29
This type of "space" is slang for the Internet
    DD: $1,000 24
When measuring this, the doctor uses his fingers, not his thumb, because the thumb has its own
    $800 14
Basketball fans will miss this man who recently retired from the Houston Rockets
    $800 19
We'll leave it up to you whether this author was a "Plain Jane"
    $800 4
It's a city in Oz or a green gem
    $1000 10
In January 1918 he set forth his "Fourteen Points" on which he thought lasting peace could be made
    $1000 25
A thermometer has to be shaken to be used again because this liquid metal stays at the last reading
    $1000 15
It's the nickname of 6' 4", 265-lb. Tennessee Titan Jevon Kearse, though we're not sure we'd use it to his face
    $1000 20
In works by John Milton, this was "Lost" in 1667 but "Regained" in 1671
    $1000 5
It's the British equivalent of our Congress

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adam Alycia Mike
$8,200 $3,900 $3,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hope you've been studying your American history!)
For his service in the Civil War Congress made him General in Chief of the Armies

Final scores:

Adam Alycia Mike
$8,800 $2,800 $6,799
Winner: $13,800 + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii 3rd place: gift certificate + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii 2nd place: gift certificate + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Adam Alycia Mike
$9,200 $3,900 $3,900
22 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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Game tape date: 2000-08-09
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