Show #3482 - Tuesday, October 26, 1999

Eddie Timanus game 5.

Contestants

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Ted Hawks, a real estate agent from Mesa, Arizona

Jane Giliberti, a sales administrator from Colgate, Wisconsin

Eddie Timanus, a sportswriter from Reston, Virginia (whose 4-day cash winnings total $56,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
TV HOSTS
(Alex: Name the host; we'll give you the program.)
COLD-BLOODED ANIMALS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
BIBLICAL QUOTES
GIVE ME A "HAND"
    $100 1
At 33 miles in length, the Kaukonahua Stream is this state's longest river
    $100 2
"America's Funniest Home Videos"
1990-1997
    $100 21
An earthworm has 10 of these, so the beat goes on & on & on & on...
    $100 30
Past directors of this agency include Clarence M. Kelley, William Webster & William Sessions
    $100 27
He was "Six hundred years old when the flood of waters was upon the Earth"
    $100 15
Cervantes wrote that it's "worth two in the bush"
    $200 3
Communities on this cape include Pilgrim Heights & Mayflower Heights
    $200 9
"Wonderful World of Color"
1961-1969
    $200 28
This designation for oysters came from an ancient Roman term for the 2 halves of a folding door
    $200 29
In 1984 this Colorado senator was runner-up to Walter Mondale at the Democratic National Convention
    $200 26
Herodias' daughter said, "Give me here" his "head in a charger"
    $200 17
Your brother's outgrown clothes worn by you... whether you like it or not
    $300 5
The name of this Iowa capital may come from an Indian word for "River of the Mounds"
    $300 10
"Wild Kingdom"
1963-1971
    $300 25
The Egyptian type of this snake has long moveable ribs that stretch out loose skin to form a "hood"
    $300 13
In 1981 this man became the only candidate for NYC mayor endorsed by both the Democratic & Republican parties
    $300 22
"It is easier for" this animal "to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God"
    $300 18
One who assigns the weight a horse must carry in thoroughbred racing
    $400 4
These beautiful New York mountains are associated with the area once known as the "Borscht Belt"
    $400 11
"You Bet Your Life"
1950-1961
    $400 14
The tuatara, a reptile of New Zealand, is known for its 3rd one of these, located on top of its brain
    $400 7
Article I of the U.S. Constitution deals with this branch of government
    $400 23
"Yea, though I walk through" this valley, "I will fear no evil, for thou art with me"
    $400 19
The Beatles' first No. 1 hit in the U.S.
    $500 6
This state's "Northwest Angle" lies in Lake of the Woods County north of the 49th parallel
    $500 12
"Night Gallery"
1970-1973
    $500 16
What we call a turtle may also be a tortoise or this other "T"
    DD: $900 8
By law, these 2 cabinet officers are members of the National Security Council
    $500 24
"No man can serve two masters... ye cannot serve God and" this
    $500 20
In 1941 this "Father of the Blues" wrote a book on black musicians, "Unsung Americans Sung"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Eddie Jane Ted
$2,500 $300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eddie Jane Ted
$4,600 $1,700 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIOGRAPHIES
'80s FILM COMEDY
HANNIBAL LECTURE
A WORLD OF KNOWLEDGE
THE 20th CENTURY
THE SHORT VERSION
    $200 1
Noel Riley Fitch cooked up a fine biography of this "French Chef" called "Appetite for Life"
    $200 7
Golf course groundskeeper Bill Murray battles gophers in this laugh riot
    $200 6
Hannibal's capture of the Roman city of Saguntum precipitated the second of these wars
    $200 28
She won 3 straight elections for British prime minister, but had to resign in 1990
    $200 30
In the 1920s this sport featured The Galloping Ghost & The Four Horsemen
    $200 16
To an usher:
SRO
    $400 2
William Manchester kept this soldier from fading away in his biography "American Caesar"
    $400 8
SCTV's Bob & Doug McKenzie foamed up on the big screen in this 1983 movie
    $400 24
Of Hannibib, Hamilcar or Hasdrubal, it's the name of Hannibal's Roma-phobic father
    $400 27
Alba was the old Celtic name for this United Kingdom country
    $400 15
In 1920 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was taken in by photos of these taken by little Frances & Elsie
    $400 20
To a candidate:
PAC
    $600 5
This actress' "Me: Stories Of My Life" was the bestselling nonfiction book of 1991
    $600 9
He played movie star & TV guest star Alan Swann in 1982's "My Favorite Year"
    $600 25
To avoid being handed over to the Romans, Hannibal chose this form of suicide, also chosen by Romeo
    $600 22
The name of this Brazilian dance style means "to rub navels together"
    $600 14
In November 1969 American Indian Movement members began their 19-month occupation of this island
    $600 17
To a chop suey cook:
MSG
    DD: $1,600 3
A decade before "Roots", Alex Haley collaborated on "The Autobiography Of" this man
    $800 10
This film starring Ally Sheedy, Steve Guttenberg & a robot electrified audiences in '86
    $800 26
One of Hannibal's first victories in Italy was against the chief town of the Taurini people, today this "shrouded" city
    $800 21
This city in southwest France that lends its name to a type of wine was the national seat of government in 1914
    DD: $4,000 13
This aviator landed in Dublin in 1938; only problem was, he was supposed to be landing in California
    $800 18
To a mailman:
RFD
    $1000 4
As well as fiction, he wrote "Marilyn: A Biography" of Marilyn Monroe
    $1000 11
It's the film in which Tom Hanks & Shelley Long buy a dream house that turns into a nightmare
    $1000 29
In order to attack Rome in 218 B.C., Hannibal's forces crossed the Alps & this other major mountain range
    $1000 23
Paramaribo is the capital city of this nation that's between Guyana & French Guiana
    $1000 12
This 26-year-old lowland gorilla fielded questions during an April 1998 Internet chat
    $1000 19
To a retiree on a fixed income:
COLA

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eddie Jane Ted
$6,600 $6,500 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS HISTORY
Anglicanism got its name from the Latin "Anglicana Ecclesia", a phrase in this 13th century document

Final scores:

Eddie Jane Ted
$13,200 $7,500 $8,000
5-day champion: $69,700 3rd place: Travelpro Luggage 2nd place: Trip to Couples Resorts, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eddie Jane Ted
$6,200 $6,500 $7,600
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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