Show #3571 - Monday, February 28, 2000

Contestants

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Chris Stokes, a financial analyst from Marietta, Georgia

Janet Byrne, an accounting manager from Mansfield, Massachusetts

Tim Hughes, a grocery clerk from Rockville, Maryland (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MADE UP
HISTORIC LEADERS
3-LETTER ANIMALS
50 YEARS OF PEANUTS
(Alex: The comic strip)
THEY'RE LYRICAL
EXCLAMATIONS!
    $100 9
This makeup line that includes Great Lash mascara takes its name from its founder's sister Mabel
    $100 14
Mongol Khan:
1206-1227
    $100 1
In the zodiac it represents Aries
    $100 3
This character is disparaged in the first "Peanuts" strip, which appeared October 2, 1950
    $100 21
Elton John's "Your Song" is his song too
    $100 23
Divine bovine!
    $200 10
In ads for Revlon's Colorstay liquid lip, this country diva sings "Man! I feel like a woman"
    $200 15
President of Russia:
1991-1999
    $200 2
The red species of this canine eats 'most anything, except perhaps sour grapes
    $200 4
Family name of siblings Lucy, Linus & Rerun
    $200 22
He wrote the lyrics to " 's Wonderful"; his brother wrote the wonderful music
    $200 24
It precedes "whillikers" & "whiz" & will cause your horse to turn right
    $300 11
This company introduced Vamp, a black-red nail polish & a matching lipstick also called Vamp
    $300 18
U.S. President:
1801-1809
    $300 8
Sounds fishy, but the conger variety of this can reach over 6 feet long
    $300 5
Snoopy spent his puppy days at this farm
    $300 28
He wrote, "At night we ride through mansions of glory in suicide machines"
    $300 25
It can be an interjection by itself or be tacked onto the end of "gad"
    DD: $300 12
The name of this brand of cosmetics is a French word for a type of hospital
    $400 19
"Great" Roman Emperor:
324-337 A.D.
    $400 16
In ancient times this killer cobra was used to execute criminals
    $400 6
The dust cloud surrounding this character got him a 1993 commercial for vacuum cleaners
    $400 29
Born in 1878, his middle initial M. stood for Michael
    $400 26
An appearance as if by magic may be accompanied by this, French for "see there"
    $500 13
This brand known for its clear glycerin soap introduced Lip Plush lipsticks
    $500 20
Iran's Shah:
1941-1979
    $500 17
In India the tail of this wild ox is used to swat flies
    $500 7
This jazz pianist composed the song heard here:
    $500 30
Neil Sedaka co-wrote & sang this song that reached the Top 10 in 1962 & again in 1975
    $500 27
From the Dutch for "hold fast", it's a pirate's order to stop

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

Tim Janet Chris
$900 $900 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Janet Chris
$3,100 $2,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

MADE UP
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
NOTED NATIVE AMERICANS
ARTISTS ON FILM
"Q" ME
    $200 26
Nickname of Eddie Felson, a pool hustler of novels & films
    $200 4
In 1957 Lake Seminole was created on the Apalachicola River in this state but most of it lies in Georgia
    $200 1
In 1892 the Illinois legislature made this president's birthday a legal holiday
    $200 18
Chief Blackfish adopted this Kentucky explorer, guide & later state legislator
    $200 8
Charlton Heston in "The Agony and the Ecstasy"
    $200 13
Tremble, or a place to keep your arrows
    $400 27
Edgar Rice Burroughs created "John Carter Of" this nearby planet
    DD: $1,000 5
The U.S. Bureau of the Census says its metropolitan area covers parts of 3 states: Wisconsin, Illinois & Indiana
    $400 2
Canada honors its soldiers on Remembrance Day, the same date as this U.S. holiday
    $400 19
Cameahwait had planned on attacking this pair's expedition, until he noticed their guide was his sister
    DD: $2,000 9
Jose Ferrer in "Moulin Rouge"
    $400 14
In math, divide one number by another & you'll get this
    $600 28
Alden Pyle, Graham Greene's "Quiet American", is a CIA agent in this Asian country when the French still run it
    $600 6
The Humboldt River, this state's longest, flows through the cities of Winnemucca & Elko
    $600 3
Girls in this country display valuable dolls that are family heirlooms on Hina Matsuri
    $600 20
Of Meadowlark, Geese or Curly, the Crow who served as a scout for Custer at Little Big Horn
    $600 10
Anthony Quinn in "Lust for Life"
    $600 15
Because it's liquid & flows rapidly, Mercury is also known by this name
    $800 29
Pulp writer Max Brand created this doctor played on TV by Richard Chamberlain
    $800 7
The name of this iron ore-producing range in Minnesota comes from an Indian word for "giant"
    $800 21
In July Tahitians celebrate Tiurai, centered around this French holiday, with dance contests & other activities
    $800 22
He was an ally of the British in the War of 1812 & a Wisconsin city is named for him, b'gosh
    $800 11
David Bowie in "Basquiat"
    $800 16
Located just south of the Equator, it's South America's oldest capital
    $1000 30
We get misty thinking of this Jules Verne Englishman who goes "Around The World In 80 Days"
    $1000 25
This presidential mountain in New Hampshire is the tallest peak in the northeastern United States
    $1000 24
Guy Fawkes Day commemorates the Gunpowder Plot in which Guy Fawkes tried to blow up this king & his parliament
    $1000 23
Hiawatha was the founder of this Native American league
    $1000 12
Gerard Depardieu in "Camille Claudel"
    $1000 17
This term for a traitor comes from the name of a Norwegian traitor of WWII

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Janet Chris
$9,100 $2,900 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1999 BOOKS
This controversial biography of a famous American has a foreign nationality as its title

Final scores:

Tim Janet Chris
$6,100 $5,700 $100
2-day champion: $16,300 2nd place: Trip to Club Med in Mexico 3rd place: Panasonic Digital Shot Palmcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Janet Chris
$7,500 $3,000 $4,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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