Show #3661 - Monday, July 3, 2000


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Mike Fazioli, an editor from Fairfield, Connecticut

Glen Savory, an Air Force contracting officer originally from Georgetown, Massachusetts

Jeeks Rajagopal, a library technician from Fallon, Nevada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not the "under-".)
    $100 13
Canada's "Great Bear" one covers over 12,000 square miles
    $100 3
Played by Neil Patrick Harris, this genius graduated from med school at age 14
    $100 1
Of 570, 1170 or 1570, the traditional year of the prophet Muhammad's birth
    $100 9
They're a plant's anchor & can have a fibrous or tap system
    $100 21
When you have something more important to do, you have "other" these "to fry"
    $100 26
They can be demi-, underwire or push-up
    $200 14
Some geographers say there's an "Antarctic" one of these, formed by the southern parts of the big 3
    $200 4
This Warner Bros. cartoon rooster once attempted to band with Junior, the Widow Hen's genius son -- didn't work
    $200 2
Qiblah is the term for the direction Muslims face when praying towards this city
    $200 10
Around 1940 scientists found that mutations in these chromosomal units result in defective enzymes
    $200 22
It's the "canine" term for a simple form of swimming
    $200 27
It's worn around the waist & clipped to the tops of stockings to keep them in place
    $300 15
A constricted passageway, specifically one that follows "Verrazano" in the name of a bridge
    $300 5
This title boy genius of a FOX sitcom has 2 older brothers, Francis & Reese, & one younger, Dewey
    $300 6
Reflecting its origin in a pre-Islamic solar calendar, the name of this Muslim holy month means "great heat"
    $300 18
3 kinds of these are sensory, motor & mixed
    $300 23
Someone who's quite timid can't "say boo to" this silly bird
    $300 28
Used for lingerie & blouses, crepe de Chine is traditionally made from this insect fiber
    $400 16
Listen -- Albemarle, Pamlico & Long Island are famous ones
    $400 11
Achievements of this "Family Matters" nerd included time travel & cloning
    $400 7
Referring to "The Sanctuary" of King Solomon's temple once found there, the Muslim name for this city is Al-Quds
    $400 19
This calcified tissue that surrounds the pulp cavity of a tooth is a bone-like substance
    $400 24
Proverbially, this crafty animal may grow gray, but never good
    $400 29
A Carroll Baker title role, or a short nightgown that can be sheer or opaque
    $500 17
On Florida's coast, Waccasassa is a bay, but Horseshoe, just north, is this 4-letter inlet
    $500 12
This Cartoon Network boy has a rival, Mandark, who has a laboratory of his own
    DD: $400 8
Considered a prophet of Islam, this founder of another religion is known as Isa Ibn Maryam
    $500 20
This "ology" is concerned with the development of the fertilized egg & the growth of the fetus
    $500 25
To confront someone defiantly, perhaps on his home turf, is to "beard" this animal "in his den"
    $500 30
From Latin for "linen shirt", it's a short lingerie top that's fitted over the bust & ends at the waistline

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jeeks Glen Mike
$1,100 $800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeeks Glen Mike
$1,700 $600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
An environmental revolution was ignited in the '80s after scientists discovered a "hole" in this
    $200 26
"Wild Man Blues" chronicles this film director & clarinetist's 1996 European tour
    $200 6
The tale of these 2 cities is told in "A Tale Of Two Cities"
    $200 13
This president who made Georges Pompidou premier in 1962 was succeeded by him as president in 1969
    $200 1
Traditionally you make a Caesar salad with this type of lettuce
    $200 21
He works in a funeral home
    $400 9
MTV launched the music-television revolution in 1981, one year after this channel began the news revolution
    $400 27
Subject of the Rick Burns film seen here & shown as part of the "American Experience" on PBS (skyline with the World Trade Center)
    $400 7
The harsh conditions of this industry were exposed in Upton Sinclair's "The Jungle"
    $400 14
If Georges Nagelmackers hadn't set up this railroad line in 1883, we'd have 1 less Agatha Christie novel
    $400 2
New Zealanders have been known to use the fuzzy skin of this fruit to fix bicycle tire punctures
    $400 22
A freshman or a sophomore
    $600 10
In 1978 California voters revolted, passing Proposition 13 to cut these taxes
    $600 28
The title of "The Thin Blue Line", about a man convicted of murder, refers to this group
    $600 18
This historic figure is the title subject of Robert Bolt's "A Man For All Seasons"
    $600 15
In 1919 this French premier helped negotiate the Treaty of Versailles
    DD: $1,200 3
This melon is named for a former Papal summer home near Rome
    $600 23
One who learns another actor's part in case an emergency replacement is needed
    $800 11
The information revolution goes back in part to the internet Vinton Cerf set up in 1973 for this Cabinet dept.
    DD: $1,100 29
This strategist, the "Ragin' Cajun", is one of the stars of "The War Room", about the 1992 Clinton campaign
    $800 19
Algernon is one of these unfortunate creatures in "Flowers For Algernon"
    $800 16
Made an apprentice house painter in 1899, in 1902 he moved to Paris & helped start Cubism
    $800 4
Montmorency & Morello are 2 sour varieties of this fruit
    $800 24
The supporting framework beneath a vehicle
    $1000 12
The June 27, 1969 police raid at this Greenwich Village bar sparked a gay & lesbian revolution
    $1000 30
Wim Wenders directed this acclaimed 1999 film about legendary Cuban musicians
    $1000 20
In the collections "My Man Jeeves", "Very Good, Jeeves" & "Thank You, Jeeves", he's Jeeves' employer
    $1000 17
Encarta credits Georges Auguste Escoffier with the creation of 10,000 of these
    $1000 5
Native to Mexico, this small green vegetable is the main ingredient in salsa verde
    $1000 25
In WWII Winston Churchill called Italy the soft this of the Axis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeeks Glen Mike
$5,200 $5,200 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Good year!)
On October 28, 1962 this 68-year-old world leader "blinked"

Final scores:

Jeeks Glen Mike
$10,200 $10,400 $10,400
2nd place: a trip and cruise to Hawaii New co-champion: $10,400 New co-champion: $10,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeeks Glen Mike
$5,300 $4,600 $5,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 2000-04-11
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