Show #3665 - Friday, July 7, 2000

Doug Lach game 2.


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Mary Albanese, a teacher from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Marc Singer, a teacher and theater professional from Charlotte, North Carolina

Doug Lach, a product development manager from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to name the country)
"OO"! "OO"!
    $100 6
One of Louis Pasteur's pupils developed a fermenting agent for this famous beer
    $100 11
These animals, the only mammals that can truly fly, are not rodents
    $100 1
This silversmith briefly served in the militia taking part in the disastrous Penobscot Expedition
    $100 20
Kim Basinger hails from this Georgia city whose name may be Greek to you
    $100 18
Brazil & Panama
    $100 16
It's what George Bush labeled Reagan's "economics" in 1980
    $200 7
A Dutch treat is kaasdoop, a fondue usually made with this type of Dutch cheese
    $200 12
This vital organ is the largest gland in the human body
    $200 2
Pass the bottle! This Sept. 11, 1777 battle near Philadelphia was a British victory over Washington's troops
    $200 21
This star of "The Piano" learned how to play the piano while she was growing up in Conyers, Georgia
    $200 19
Tanzania & Ethiopia
    $200 17
Meaning "unencumbered", it goes with fancy-free
    $300 8
Day or night you can buy (& eat) these fish, raw or pickled, served with gherkins & onions
    $300 13
These disease-causers have a nucleic acid in a protein shell, but not even a single cell
    $300 3
The first Continental Congress met in 1774 to protest 4 British acts collectively called this
    $300 22
If you know this man seen here was born in Atlanta in 1958, you might be a redneck!
    DD: $500 24
Norway & China
    $300 27
In a nursery rhyme this barnyard cry precedes "My dame has lost her shoe"
    $400 9
The Dutch are famous for genever, this type of liquor
    $400 14
Not Darwin, but Herbert Spencer coined this 4-word phrase that sums up natural selection
    $400 4
On December 31, 1775 American general Montgomery was killed in the assault on this Canadian city
    $400 23
This Georgia-born hunk delivered the performance of his career as a macho Georgian named Lewis in "Deliverance"
    $400 25
Switzerland & Poland
    $400 28
It's the transparent section above a car driver's head
    $500 10
The Rijsttafel ("Rice Table") is a feast that was imported from this former Dutch colony
    $500 15
The monera kingdom consists of bacteria & the blue-green species of this
    $500 5
As prime minister, this lord carried out King George's taxation policies although he felt the measures were unwise
    $500 30
This actress from Thomasville won a Golden Globe for "Rachel, Rachel", the first film directed by Paul Newman
    $500 26
Algeria & Libya
    $500 29
A Maine river, or an 1838-1839 war that set the Maine-New Brunswick border

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

Doug Marc Mary
$2,400 -$500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Marc Mary
$4,300 $400 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
In the 1674 Treaty of Westminster, the Dutch returned New York & this other "new" colony to the British
    $200 21
At 26 cycles a second felines do this about twice as fast as an idling diesel engine
    $200 1
Osric is a fatuous fop at the Danish court in this tragedy
    $200 16
In 1978 the first champion of this tournament in the Flushing Meadows era was crowned
    $200 8
This 1969 invention of Don Wetzel is associated with a P.I.N.
    $200 3
On October 8, 1918 this U.S. Army corporal, later sergeant, killed over 20 Germans & captured 132 others
    $400 27
In the Treaty of The Hague, this country's Philip V ended his unequal war with the Quadruple Alliance
    $400 22
Of 6 million, 60 million or 600 million, the number of pet cats in the USA
    $400 2
Her nurse says of her, "Come Lammas-eve at night shall she be fourteen"
    DD: $3,000 17
A grand champion of a tournament in this sport is called a yokozuna
    $400 10
On Feb. 21, 1947 Edwin Land demonstrated one of these to the Optical Society of America
    $400 4
This Japanese naval officer was given the title Admiral of the Fleet after he was killed in the Solomons in 1943
    $600 28
A 1948 Dutch truce with Indonesia was signed on a ship off this city, then called Batavia
    $600 23
The xuloitzcuintli, resembling the Chihuahua, is the national dog of this country
    $600 9
It's the play in which Hecate says, "And now about the caldron sing, like elves and fairies in a ring"
    $600 18
This motorless vehicle tournament crowns its champion each year in Akron, Ohio
    $600 11
In the 1960s this U.S. firm released the first word processor, an adaptation of its Selectric typewriter
    $600 5
In 1986 this former test pilot was named to the committee investigating the Challenger disaster
    DD: $5,000 29
In 1958 the Netherlands & 2 other Low Countries signed a treaty creating this economic union
    $800 24
Garm, the hound of Hel in Norse mythology, is often compared to this canine of Greek mythology
    $800 14
In "The Tempest", this beastlike character is described as a "born devil" & "a monster"
    $800 19
After being crowned a champ at the Golden Gloves tournament, this "Hit Man" turned pro in 1977
    $800 12
Without this 1947 invention of Shockley, Bardeen & Brattain, we'd have 40-pound Walkmans
    $800 6
In 1968 this future Detroit mayor became the first black member of the Democratic National Committee
    $1000 30
A famous 18th century peace was signed at this city once called Ultrajectum
    $1000 25
The official dog of this nation's army, the Briard was once rare because so many were lost in World War I
    $1000 15
Marina is captured by pirates & sold to a brothel in the play named for this Prince of Tyre
    $1000 20
The 2 teams that always qualify for soccer's World Cup are the previous champs & this nation -- in 1994 it was the U.S.
    $1000 13
Almost 40 years after Otis invented the safety elevator, Jesse Reno developed this people mover
    $1000 7
During his 20-year career with the Brewers, he had 3,142 hits & a major league record 123 sacrifice flies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Marc Mary
$21,100 $4,600 $2,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Dee Dee Myers is a consultant to this drama series

Final scores:

Doug Marc Mary
$32,600 $4,999 $4,100
2-day champion: $48,500 2nd place: Trip to New York to see the Broadway play "Aida" 3rd place: VTech Cordless Phones

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Marc Mary
$14,300 $4,400 $2,100
36 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
9 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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Game tape date: 2000-04-11
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