Suggest correction - #3535 - 2000-01-07

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    $500 15
Financiers take note -- this company measures success "One Investor at a Time"

Show #3535 - Friday, January 7, 2000


Jeff Robinson, an artist from Los Angeles, California

Justin T. Bradford, Jr., an educator from Canyon Country, California

Mike Monday, a legal staffing specialist originally from Brookfield, Wisconsin (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $5,701)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the state, of course.)
    $100 1
    $100 2
On April 1, 1997 this "Wheel of Fortune" host guest hosted "Jeopardy!"
    $100 29
This "King of the Wild Frontier" "Kilt him a b'ar when he was only three"
    $100 11
Many people "Love that chicken" from this sailor's restaurant
    $100 16
It's the letter replaced by an apostrophe in o'er & ne'er
    $100 21
Sticky substance into which medieval lords usually inserted their signet rings
    $200 7
Winter Haven,
    $200 3
Lara Flynn Boyle of "The Practice" guested on this show & suggested Calista Flockhart eat a cookie
    $200 30
This steel drivin' man used 2 20-pound hammers in his contest with a steam drill
    $200 12
You'll give presents or cards from this company "When You Care Enough to Send the Very Best"
    $200 17
Something done to perfection is said to be done "to" this letter
    $200 22
Also available in a "Silly" type, it's a mix of powdered chalk & linseed oil used to seal glass panes into frames
    $300 8
New Bern,
    $300 4
On May 3, 1999 Bill Cosby played Hilton Lucas on 4 consecutive sitcoms on this network
    $300 26
Immortalized in song, this engineer of the Cannonball Express died in a 1900 crash, saving everyone aboard
    $300 13
On cable TV, it boasts that "No Place on Earth has Better Weather"
    $300 18
This cable television network uses an exclamation point in its name
    $300 23
From Old English for "grit", it's used to fill the joints between the tiles in your shower
    $400 9
    $400 5
(Hi, I'm Julie Pinson) On "Port Charles", Lynn Herring plays my nemesis Lucy Coe, a role she plays on this other soap
    $400 27
This New Hampshire orator is said to have outsmarted the Devil himself
    $400 14
This product softens your hands "While You do Dishes"
    $400 19
Played by Desmond Llewelyn, he supplies James Bond with his special gadgets
    $400 24
It's defined as a metal alloy melted with an iron & used to join 2 metal parts together
    $500 10
    $500 6
A 1999 episode of "Early Edition" featured Sammo Hung, star of this kung fu cop show
    DD: $600 28
This cowpoke taught broncos how to buck, & rode a cyclone without a saddle
    $500 15
Financiers take note -- this company measures success "One Investor at a Time"
    $500 20
This symbol for computer storage is equivalent to 1024 bytes
    $500 25
This dark, sticky substance distilled from coal, wood tar or petroleum is used in paving & waterproofing

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

Mike Justin Jeff
$2,200 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Justin Jeff
$2,900 $1,600 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to identify the country.)
    $200 26
In September 1990 Liechtenstein became a full member of this international organization
    $200 21
Blumberg & Millman shot into the Hall in 1993 with their vaccine for the B strain of this
    $200 16
Yale, Yale the gang's all here, in this city founded in 1638 by Puritans from Boston
    $200 6
In Greek myth the whirlpool Charybdis lay opposite this sea monster with 6 dogs' heads
    $200 1
"Like Water for Chocolate"
    $200 9
It's the 7th rock from the sun
    $400 27
Most Liechtensteiners speak Alemannic, a dialect of this language
    $400 22
This botanist was inducted in 1986 for his peach, not his potato
    $400 17
Geranium is a plant; Germanium is one of these
    $400 7
In Japanese mythology, Inari is the god of this grain
    $400 2
"Jesus of Montreal"
    $400 10
The first in a "league" of popes to bear this name began his reign in 222
    $600 28
Liechtenstein has been independent since 1719 except for a brief period in the early 1800s when this emperor controlled it
    $600 23
His peers inducted this plow man in 1989
    $600 18
William Baffin was on a voyage in search of this when he first reached Baffin Bay
    $600 8
On doomsday this Norse thunder god will kill the Midgard serpent, then drown in its venom
    $600 3
"My Life as a Dog"
    $600 11
Term for a one-house legislature, like that of Nebraska
    DD: $100 29
This river provides the entire western border of Liechtenstein
    $800 24
Eugene Houdry came up with the basic catalytic converter found in this car part
    $800 19
In 1842 Edwin P. Christy formed his troupe of these
    $800 14
Some Jewish legends portray this monster, whose name means "unformed", as a defender of the Jews
    $800 4
"Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!"
    DD: $800 12
Designed by Vasari, this palace in Florence houses one of the world's great art collections
    $1000 30
This Liechtenstein capital is known for its postal museum & state art collection
    $1000 25
He got a lift when installed in 1988 for the brake he invented for a hoisting apparatus
    $1000 20
Country Bobby Fischer was in in 1972 when he became the 1st American to win the World Chess Championship
    $1000 15
Mixcoatl, the Aztec god of this activity, carried a bow & arrow & had the characteristics of a deer or a rabbit
    $1000 5
"Babette's Feast"
    $1000 13
This "unattractive" Jamaican fruit may be a hybrid of a grapefruit, orange & tangerine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Justin Jeff
$5,100 $3,600 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: History was made there a few months ago.)
A plaque in Monument Park honors this ex-"Cardinal" for a 1979 event held at the stadium

Final scores:

Mike Justin Jeff
$100 $3,001 $599
3rd place: Oz Airlines Hot Air Balloon Flight over Southern California New champion: $3,001 2nd place: Toshiba Big Screen TV & DirecTV Satellite System

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Mike Justin Jeff
$5,900 $3,600 $6,700
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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