Show #3584 - Thursday, March 16, 2000

Robin Carroll game 4.

Contestants

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Ruben Mancillas, a special education teacher from Long Beach, California

Brigid Callinan, a pastry chef originally from Pocatello, Idaho

Robin Carroll, a researcher from Marietta, Georgia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $37,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE SWEET 1600s
THE NATIONAL PASTIME
"E"OGRAPHY
CHRISTIANITY
A FASHIONABLE CATEGORY
"IRISH" STEW
    $100 9
William Harvey showed that this organ is the center of circulation, not the liver as had been thought
    $100 30
On July 12, 1998 this Cardinal hit HR No. 40 in his 281st at-bat of the season -- the fewest ever needed to reach that total
    $100 20
This country borders Colombia & Peru
    $100 1
According to tradition, Dismas & Gestas were the names of the 2 who died with Jesus on this hill
    $100 12
A geographic promontory, or the clothing article seen here
    $100 6
According to the classic tune, they steal your heart away
    DD: $700 17
In 1657 the first shop opened to sell Londoners this beverage, a gift of the Aztecs
    $200 21
Holy Cow! He was in the broadcast booth 53 years, the last 16 with the Cubs
    $200 22
This 363-mile canal runs from Buffalo to Albany
    $200 2
Baptism is the first & extreme unction is the last of these Catholic rites
    $200 13
Flattering to faces & long, thin bodies, it's the "reptilian" style of sweater seen here
    $200 7
The St. George's Channel leads into this body of water
    $300 18
The kingdom of Buganda rose to prominence on the shores of this African lake
    $300 29
Known as "The Express", he led the AL in strikeouts 9 times while with Texas & California
    $300 24
Napoleon was able to leave this island February 26, 1815
    $300 3
Often considered a "fallen angel", he leads his angels against Michael in Revelation
    $300 14
Seen here on Dame Edna's dress, these sparkly decorations take their name from an old Italian coin:
    $300 8
In 1972 Colgate introduced this deodorant soap -- manly, yes, but I like it too
    $400 19
In 1638 this king's wife Anne of Austria gave birth to a son & future sun king
    $400 26
Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente played his entire 18-year career with this National League team
    $400 25
The site of a famous 1976 rescue, this city was the capital of Uganda from 1893 to 1962
    $400 4
The English name of this Christian holiday may come from a pagan Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring
    $400 15
From the French word for its country of origin, it's the treated leather coat fabric seen here
    $400 10
In 1988 the Irish Lotto replaced this fund raiser
    $500 23
Last name of freethinker Baruch or Benedict, expelled in 1656 from Amsterdam's Jewish community
    $500 28
This Padres player's 1994 batting average of .394 is the highest since 1950
    $500 27
This horn of Africa nation was reunified by Menelik II after 1889
    $500 5
Of 66, 166 or 666, the number of books in the King James Version of the Bible
    $500 16
It's the narrow, lined suit fabric seen here
    $500 11
It's the tallest dog known

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Robin Brigid Ruben
$1,700 $1,500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Brigid Ruben
$4,700 $2,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN DIPLOMATS
POETIC FEET
(Alex: What?)
HISTORIC AMOURS
THE JIMMY STEWART FILM FESTIVAL
LITERARY CROSSWORD CLUES "T"
EUPHEMISMS
    $200 23
In 1976 Robert P. Smith replaced her as ambassador to Ghana
    $200 13
This word for an unstressed syllable followed by a stressed one actually has the reverse pattern
    $200 11
Actress Laetitia Cross did more than cross paths with this "great" czar when he visited London
    $200 6
The first film Jimmy made after serving in WWII was this holiday perennial
    $200 1
Sherwood Forest friar
(4)
    $200 18
From Greek for "sleeping place", this word is now often replaced by "memorial park"
    $400 24
Washington appointed him to Portugal, but his father changed his posting to Prussia
    $400 14
This word for a type of spoken stress pattern is from Greek for "finger"; it's also found after "ptero"
    $400 12
This Scottish queen married the Earl of Bothwell even though he may have murdered her second husband
    $400 7
Jimmy crossed the pond in this "spirited" 1957 classic
    $400 2
Karenina's creator
(7)
    $400 19
2 letters are dropped from "gambling" to get this word that sounds more genteel
    DD: $2,000 25
Philip W. Bonsal, serving in 1959 & 1960, was the last U.S. ambassador to this country
    $600 28
A foot of 2 unstressed syllables or a costly type of "victory"
    $600 15
Lady Hamilton was the lover of this British admiral honored in Trafalgar Square
    DD: $1,000 8
Dizziness & loss of balance characterize this mental condition in the title of a 1958 Jimmy Stewart film
    $600 3
Gogol's Bulba
(5)
    $600 20
Nations once called 'backward" are now called this, like a Polaroid print
    $800 26
During the happenings that led to Iran-Contra, Harry E. Bergold, Jr. was ambassador to this country
    $800 29
This word for the poetic movement including Keats & Byron is an example of an amphibrach
    $800 16
Let's be candid: Madame du Chatelet was the long-time lover of this "Candide" author
    $800 9
Jimmy convincingly played this popular bandleader in a sentimental 1954 musical biography
    $800 4
Dalton, of the "Hollywood Ten"
(6)
    $800 21
This 2-word term often heard in the Balkans means a majority is trying to wipe out a minority
    $1000 27
We sent Lindy Boggs there; they sent Archbishop Gabriel Montalvo here
    $1000 30
A fine example of verse written in anapests is this first line of "That's Amore"
    $1000 17
Talk about cardinal sin! Cardinal Decio Azzolino was the rumored lover of this queen of Sweden
    $1000 10
In his last role, Jimmy voiced the character of Sheriff Wylie Burp in this animated sequel to "An American Tale"
    $1000 5
She trilled for Svengali
(6)
    $1000 22
It's done to an error or a course, & it refers delicately to a fall in stock prices

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robin Brigid Ruben
$13,900 $3,100 $6,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPACE
On Nov. 13, 1999 a body circling HD 209458 became the first new planet to be photographed since this one

Final scores:

Robin Brigid Ruben
$14,000 $2,901 $6,201
4-day champion: $51,100 3rd place: DirecTV Satellite System 2nd place: Pair of ebike Electronic Bikes

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robin Brigid Ruben
$12,000 $3,100 $6,000
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
3 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,100

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