Show #3663 - Wednesday, July 5, 2000

Johnny Gilbert accidentally announces Alex as "Glenn Trebek".

Contestants

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Bill Wilcox, a project manager from San Diego, California

Cindy Olson, a dermatologist from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Glen Savory, an Air Force contracting officer originally from Georgetown, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
SPORTSTALK
(Alex: In which you have to identify the sport.)
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
ON THE "OUT"s
CHINA
RICE, RICE BABY
    $100 16
The 27th of these begins, "The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear?"
    $100 1
Submarine,
steal,
knuckleball
    $100 6
This term for the assistant to the majority or minority leader in the House will get you cracking
    $100 10
Lose consciousness or turn out all the lights as an air raid precaution
    $100 26
The Huang He or Yellow River is called "China's Sorrow" because of its habit of doing this
    $100 21
In 1999 this "treat" sponsored the annual San Francisco cable car bell-ringing contest
    $200 17
Jacob wrestled this new name out of an angel
    $200 2
Between the pipes,
icing,
bodycheck
    $200 7
After spending about $76 million this publisher canceled himself out of the 2000 presidential race
    $200 11
The American Cancer Society organized the first "Great American" one of these in 1977
    $200 27
In the 16th century Chinese play "Journey to the West", the hero seeks scriptures of this religion
    $200 22
Low walls of earth called bunds enclose the water-covered rice fields known as these
    $300 18
In the King James Version, these large black birds fed Elijah in hiding by the brook Cherith
    $300 3
Flip-flop,
flea-flicker,
flying wedge
    $300 8
The site for the White House was chosen by James Hoban, Charles L' Enfant & this man
    $300 12
One of these occurs when prisoners illegally leave the prison or when some people eat strawberries
    $300 28
His second name is Zedong in the Pinyin Romanization System, Tse-tung according to the older Wade-Giles
    $300 23
Eating unpolished rice may help prevent this disease disease caused by the lack of thiamine
    $400 19
This first Christian martyr saw "the heavens opened" right before he was stoned to death
    $400 4
Creeper,
nose hit,
open frame
    $400 9
(Jimmy Carter reads the clue.) In 1999 the Carter Center monitored this process in the Cherokee nations, Nigeria, East Timor & some Chinese villages
    DD: $800 14
It may be emotional consequences or radioactive ash
    $400 29
Chengdu is the capital city of this province famous for its pig bristle production & spicy food
    $400 24
Long grain rice is rich in amylose, a component of this carbohydrate, making it dry & fluffy when cooked
    $500 20
Both the gospel of Luke & this book are addressed to someone named Theophilus
    $500 5
Corner,
header,
bicycle
    $500 13
The next amendment to be tacked on to the Constitution will sport this number
    $500 15
It carries the rainwater from the gutter on the roof to the ground
    $500 30
Like Vietnam's Haiphong, China's city of Beihai is a major port receiving shipping on this gulf
    $500 25
As with wheat, a process known as this is done after harvesting to separate the grains from the plants

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

Glen Cindy Bill
$2,400 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Glen Cindy Bill
$3,600 $3,400 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
20TH CENTURY AMERICA
TITLE FILM FOLK
(Alex: Who played 'em?)
WHERE IT HAPPENED
FRENCH WEIGHTS & MEASURES
ENDS IN "TT"
    $200 1
"Les chatiments" is a group of satirical poems attacking Napoleon III by this creator of Quasimodo
    $200 11
In 1976 this former president was disbarred in New York State
    $200 6
"Evita"
(1996)
    $200 16
In 1858 John Hanning Speke discovered the largest lake on this continent
    $200 26
Pull up to le garage & you'll get your essence, "gas", in these units
    $200 21
On April 12, 1998 Mark O' Meara sank a 20-foot one & won the Masters golf tournament by 1 stroke
    $400 2
The Jindyworobak Movement of the 1930s celebrated this country's Aboriginal culture
    $400 12
In 1987 he claimed God would take him if he didn't raise $8 million
    $400 7
"Erin Brockovich"
(2000)
    $400 17
In Bennington, Vermont you can visit the site of the Catamount Tavern where this Ethan Allen gang met
    $400 30
It's trois heures moins le quart, this time, & there's no one in the place except you & me
    $400 22
This unit of electrical power is abbreviated kW
    DD: $800 3
The heroine of her 1849 novel "Shirley" was inspired by her late sister Emily
    $600 13
In 1901 after 2 years in the pen, William Sydney Porter continued to write under this pen name
    $600 8
"Selena"
(1997)
    $600 18
Around 1271 the city of Herat, Afghanistan was visited by this famous Venetian
    DD: $2,200 29
The becquerel is a unit of radiation that has replaced this, the name of Henri Becquerel's co-Nobel Prize winners
    $600 23
Last name shared by the current Secretary of the Interior & a Sinclair Lewis title character
    $800 4
The title of this poet-playwright's 1893 book "The Celtic Twilight" became a synonym for the Irish literary revival
    $800 14
In 1917 tons of fruit pits, especially peach pits, were collected to make filters for these
    $800 9
"Shaft"
(1971)
    $800 19
In 1958 this nuclear-powered craft passed near Point Barrow on its way into the Arctic basin
    $800 28
Heavier than a foil, but lighter than a sabre, this fencing weapon weighs 770 grams
    $800 24
Synonym for a Latvian
    $1000 5
This South African called her 1965 story collection "Not For Publication"
    $1000 15
In 1943 Selman Waksman discovered streptomycin, a drug classified under this term he coined in 1941
    $1000 10
"Pat and Mike"
(1952)
    $1000 20
Current foreign capital in which the Gadsden Purchase was negotiated
    $1000 27
An "effect" of water spiraling down a drain & a force acting on projectiles are named for this Frenchman
    $1000 25
Arms of this Rhode Island bay include Greenwich Bay, Mount Hope Bay & the Providence River

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Glen Cindy Bill
$10,600 $11,000 $1,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

INVENTIONS
The delivery system for Ban deodorant, introduced in 1955, was based on this invention, patented in 1938

Final scores:

Glen Cindy Bill
$6,600 $700 $3,000
3-day champion: $33,600 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Glen Cindy Bill
$8,400 $11,000 $1,500
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
22 R,
1 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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