Show #3673 - Wednesday, July 19, 2000

Tad Carithers game 4.

Contestants

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Matt Landig, a tutor and actor from Los Angeles, California

Lisa Stevens, a physician from New York City, New York

Tad Carithers, an attorney from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $38,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

GENERAL SCIENCE
GETTING POSSESSIVE
FLAGS OF THE WORLD
ARCHITECTS
1994 FILMS
THE EYES HAVE IT
    $100 15
This white, glossy coating on your teeth is the hardest substance in the human body
    $100 22
This bovine took the rap for the disastrous fire of October 8, 1871
    $100 1
It's the kingdom whose flag is seen here (Union Jack)
    $100 16
Minoru Yamasaki reached new heights with this New York City complex
    $100 3
Quentin Tarantino directed this film & also had a bit role as Jimmy of Toluca Lake
    $100 2
A student, or a minor in Roman law
    $200 18
The time it takes for 50% of the atoms to decay in a radioactive substance is called this
    $200 23
At 14,140 feet, this Rocky Mountain peak discovered in 1806 is one of Colorado's highest
    $200 4
Seen here is the flag of this nation (the home of Bollywood)
    $200 27
William Pereira erected his Transamerica "Pyramid" in this city
    $200 5
As mad bomber Howard Payne in this film, Dennis Hopper planted a bomb on an L.A. area transit bus
    $200 12
A blow with a whip
    $300 19
While compounds of this element are added to table salt, in its pure form it's quite poisonous
    $300 24
While one creation slept, God took this to make Eve
    $300 9
Andy Garcia is a native of this country whose flag is seen here
    $300 28
Charles Bulfinch, who contributed to the Capitol in Washington, D.C., designed this city's state house on Beacon Hill
    $300 6
Jean Vander Pyl, who played Wilma in the original cartoon series, played Mrs. Feldspar in this movie adaptation
    $300 13
A hollow area that holds a light bulb
    $400 20
The "super" class of these stars, the largest known, includes Antares & Betelgeuse
    $400 25
You'll find this triangular island about 4 miles off the southeast coast of Massachusetts
    $400 10
In the 1990s, this nation whose flag is seen here moved its seat of government to a different city
    $400 29
Dallas-Fort Worth Airport architect Gyo Obata helped design this Smithsonian museum
    $400 7
Containing the hit "Can You Feel The Love Tonight", it was Disney's first animated feature not based on an existing story
    $400 14
Flower seen here (that fits the category)
    $500 21
On the pH scale, a pH of 7 indicates this type of solution
    $500 26
In Exodus, this was thrown down before Pharaoh at Moses' instruction
    $500 11
This Mediterranean country whose flag is seen here is "The Word"
    $500 30
Louis Skidmore designed the secret atomic site that became this Tennessee town
    DD: $800 8
In this film Martin Scorsese says the TV audience wants "To watch the money"
    $500 17
People say these are what you need to make it in Hollywood

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

Tad Lisa Matt
$2,600 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tad Lisa Matt
$3,300 $2,500 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ALASKA
INTERNATIONAL SPORTSMEN
DRAMA QUEENS
ANGELS
IN EXILE
THE "I"s HAVE IT
    $200 20
4 different species of bears live in Alaska: Kodiak, grizzly, black & this
    $200 19
Nike's stock fell when this basketball player announced his retirement in January 1999
    $200 2
In Euripides' play about this famed beauty, it's her double who goes to Troy
    $200 16
In 1996 John Travolta spread his wings as this archangel
    $200 8
Porfirio Diaz seized power in this country in 1876, ruled for 35 years, fled in 1911 & died in exile
    $200 1
This term for a fluid can also mean "to sign" as a contract
    $400 21
Tony Knowles is pulling in $81,648 per annum in this job
    $400 22
Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima began playing this sport for Brazil's national team at age 17
    $400 4
In a Shaw play, Caesar finds her hiding on a Sphinx
    $400 17
In Book III of "Paradise Lost", the angels play these, which are "golden" & "ever-tuned"
    $400 11
In 1462 this printer known for movable type had to move out of Mainz
    $400 3
Style of the 1877 painting seen here
    $600 28
This second-largest Alaskan city wasn't named for an actor
    $600 23
Vladimir Samsonov is touted as Europe's only hope against China in this game
    $600 5
A 1952 play covered the young life of this queen, like a 1998 Cate Blanchett film
    $600 18
ABBA sang about these & Curtis Lee sang about "Pretty Little" these
    $600 12
Exiled for manslaughter, Eric the Red was forced to leave this country around 981
    $600 9
Arabic for "son of", it comes before names like Saud
    DD: $800 29
One of the 3 mottos that have been featured on regular Alaskan license plates
    $800 24
The Times of London estimates this chess player is taking home $20 mil. a year; that's some check, mate!
    DD: $1,500 6
In 1935 & '36 Helen Hayes reigned for 517 Broadway performances as this queen who reigned for 63 years
    $800 26
Group whose feast day is October 2, or a group founded in 1979 by Curtis Sliwa
    $800 14
David Ben-Gurion went to the U.S. in 1915 when this empire exiled Zionists from Palestine
    $800 10
From the Latin for "to overhang", it means "likely to happen at any moment"
    $1000 30
The mainland peninsula closest to Russia is named for this man
    $1000 25
New Zealand-born Jonah Lamu is tops on the pitch of this sport
    $1000 7
The queen in Marlowe's "Edward II" is named this, like a famous queen of Spain
    $1000 27
With an appropriate-sounding name, John Dye plays the angel of this on "Touched By An Angel"
    $1000 15
Moshoeshoe II was exiled twice before regaining this southern African country's throne in 1995
    $1000 13
Some scientists believe that the universe is undergoing expansion called this, also an economic term

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tad Lisa Matt
$10,100 $4,300 $4,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE MAP OF EUROPE
Bordering Italy, Austria, Hungary & Croatia, it's one of the world's newest independent countries

Final scores:

Tad Lisa Matt
$10,200 $1 $4,800
4-day champion: $48,500 3rd place: a 1-800 gift certificate 2nd place: a trip to Atlantis Paradise Resort & Casino, Bahamas

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tad Lisa Matt
$9,800 $4,300 $4,200
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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