Show #3690 - Friday, September 22, 2000

Andrew Garen game 3.

Contestants

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Daniel Ellis, a graduate student from New Orleans, Louisiana

Stephanie Overby, an online journalist from Boston, Massachusetts

Andrew Garen, a project manager from Mamaroneck, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

IN A PIG'S EYE!
BALDER-DASH!
RUBBISH!
TOMMY ROT!
FIDDLESTICKS!
"PH"OOEY!
    $100 11
It can be the dark circular opening in a pig's eye or a young pig learning to be a hog
    $100 21
Sometimes called the father of the Norse gods, he was specifically the father of Balder
    $100 15
This kitchen device compresses garbage into easily disposed of units
    $100 1
This inventor is buried on the grounds of Glenmont, his West Orange, New Jersey home
    $100 26
The shape & design of the modern bow were developed by Francois Tourte in this city
    $100 6
A shop for selling or dispensing drugs
    $200 12
This swelling of an eyelid at the base of an eyelash shares its name with a place where pigs are kept
    $200 22
Balder could have returned from the dead if every creature had done this, but Thokk remained dry-eyed
    $200 16
Diving into one of these trademarked containers seen here can be very dangerous (of course it can!)
    $200 2
Oddly, his tombstone mentions nothing about him being president
    $200 27
The frog of the bow is often made of this black wood also found on some piano keyboards
    $200 7
Mr. Gramm, Mr. Esposito or Mr. Collins
    $300 13
This light-sensitive tissue makes up the innermost layer of the wall of a pig's eyeball
    $300 23
The Balder story largely comes from Snorri Sturluson, writing on this island
    $300 17
This rubbish synonym can also mean a group of puppies or a stretcher to transport the wounded
    $300 3
This English portrait painter died in 1788 & was buried in Kew Churchyard
    $300 28
A bow's tiny projections that make strings vibrate are called these, also found on fish & snakes
    $300 8
A distinguishable period or stage in a process
    $400 14
Above each of a pig's eyes you'll find these glands that secrete saline lubrication
    $400 24
A dwarf named Lit was burned up along with Balder in this funeral structure
    DD: $600 18
This Australian slang term for a trash man is also the last name of a famous Swedish actress
    $400 4
Like Norse warriors, this trombonist & bandleader is in Valhalla -- Valhalla, New York's Kensico Cemetery
    $400 29
A violin bow traditionally uses hairs taken from the tail of this animal
    $400 9
Fashionable critter seen here
    $500 20
The vitreous type of this jellylike substance makes up most of a pig's eye
    $500 25
This sneaky Norse god was responsible for the plot that led to Balder's death
    $500 19
A Dutch word for "boat pole" gave us this word for a large flat barge for hauling garbage
    $500 5
In 1955 this novelist wasn't buried at "Magic Mountain" but in Kilchberg, near Zurich
    $500 30
This yellowish substance rubbed on the bow comes from the distillation of turpentine
    $500 10
The internal workings of living things are studied in this branch of biology

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

Andrew Stephanie Daniel
$1,000 $1,600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Stephanie Daniel
$2,200 $2,000 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

MIDWESTERN CITIES
THE DIRECTOR'S CHAIR
STEINBECK
CONGRESS
THE CENTURY IN WHICH...
FOOD PHRASES
    $200 24
Bay City in this state is named for its location near Saginaw Bay
    $200 14
"Big",
"Awakenings",
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
    $200 8
John Steinbeck was born February 27, 1902 in this state, the setting of many of his tales
    $200 17
Between 1789 & 1865 this group invalidated only 2 of the statutes passed by Congress; since 1865, over 100
    $200 3
The League of Nations held its first meeting
    $200 1
When embarrassed you're said to have this, like a small child eating an omelet
    $400 25
Parma, Euclid & Shaker Heights are communities in its metropolitan area
    $400 20
"Shaft",
"Poetic Justice",
"Boyz n the Hood"
    $400 9
It's not about Ms. Bailey or Ms. Buck, it's a tale of Kino the fisherman
    $400 18
The man in this post swears in new senators
    $400 4
George Washington was born
    $400 2
If you deserve your salary, you're "worth your" this, which is what "salarium" refers to in Latin
    $600 26
In this big city the Midway Plaisance ("Pleasure Place") connects Jackson & Washington Parks
    $600 21
"Piranha II",
"The Abyss",
"Terminator 2"
    DD: $1,400 10
In creating Ethan for this book, Steinbeck was thinking of "Richard III"
    $600 19
The Majority Leader is second to this person in power in the House
    $600 5
England had its last Saxon king
    DD: $1,000 11
[Hi, I'm Freddie Jones of the NFL] I get hungry when I look at these marks that run across the yard lines
    $800 27
A family arriving in this seat of Tippecanoe County, Indiana might say, "We are here"
    $800 29
"The Night the Banshee Cried",
"Plan 9 From Outer Space",
"Necromania"
    $800 15
For the dramatic version of "Of Mice and Men", Steinbeck worked with this Hart-less playwright
    $800 22
The regular House & Senate select committees meeting on this are usually closed-door -- smart!
    $800 6
Columbus made his fourth & final voyage to the New World
    $800 12
This 3-word phrase meaning "to overact" comes from a 19th century song
    $1000 28
Of the Quad Cities, this Iowa one is where you'd most likely want to sit down & put your feet up
    $1000 30
"White Squall",
"1492: Conquest of Paradise",
"Thelma & Louise"
    $1000 16
When John wrote the screenplay for this tale, he moved the dead horse scene to the end
    $1000 23
High school students can use this only with a note from their principal saying other sources didn't pan out
    $1000 7
The Hundred Years' War & the Great Schism that divided the Roman Catholic Church both began
    $1000 13
Meaty phrase meaning to increase the force or quantity of something

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Stephanie Daniel
$4,600 $3,200 $6,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE THEATRE
The inspiration for this 1913 play was taken in part from the life of an Edwardian philologist named Henry Sweet

Final scores:

Andrew Stephanie Daniel
$6,800 $2,200 $3,800
3-day champion: $31,300 3rd place: Blockbuster Gift Card 2nd place: Trip to Oahu, Hawaii from Yahoo! Travel

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Stephanie Daniel
$4,600 $3,800 $7,800
15 R,
4 W
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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