Show #3692 - Tuesday, September 26, 2000

Andrew Garen game 5.

Contestants

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Frank Lloyd, an international business school executive from Scottsdale, Arizona

Penny Bloedel, an Army officer from Winfield, Kansas

Andrew Garen, a project manager from Mamaroneck, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $41,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

ROYALTY
BOY SCOUT MERIT BADGES
POP GOES THE BALLET
AUTUMN-ATIC
FAMOUS BUILDINGS
SOUNDS "ISH"Y TO ME
    $100 1
All of this country's Capetian kings descended from Robert the Strong, Count of Anjou & Blois
    $100 7
A boy doesn't have to shoot a bullseye to earn the badge seen here for this sport
    $100 6
The rock & roll ballet "Blue Suede Shoes" celebrates the music & the spirit of this legendary star
    $100 11
Around Thanksgiving you start to see store ads reminding you that there are only about 28 of these "before Christmas"
    $100 23
U.S. Army engineers built it in the early 1940s to house all of what was then the offices of the Department of War
    $100 18
From Flanders
    $200 2
This "Great" czar got rid of his powerful half-sister Sophia by sending her off to a convent
    $200 10
You must earn the hiking, swimming or cycling badge to become this type of scout
    $200 8
"Deuce Coupe" is danced to "Little Deuce Coupe", "Catch A Wave" & other songs made famous by this group
    DD: $500 12
Each November this sporting event starts in Staten Island & ends hours later in Central Park
    $200 24
This Italian campanile has an inclination of about 6 degrees, or about 13 feet from the vertical
    $200 19
The opposite of penny wise
    $300 3
This 18th dynasty queen's painted limestone bust is in a museum, but her real body has never been found
    $300 28
The name of this badge seen here comes from a group of Greek sister goddesses
[badge with a harp]
    $300 9
The 1988 ballet "A Fool For You" is performed to this star's hits, including "I Got A Woman" & "Hit The Road Jack"
    $300 13
In-ciders know October is the national month for this fruit
    $300 25
The name of this Indian mausoleum means "crown of the palace"
    $300 20
It's also known as a crawdad
    $400 4
After seizing the English throne, Canute of Denmark married Emma, widow of this "Unready" king
    $400 29
If you can describe a float, trap & drainpipe, you're on your way to a badge in this field
    $400 15
"Sex" & "Horror" are compositions this member of the Marsalis family wrote for the ballet "Them Twos"
    $400 14
Every October 19 this Virginia town remembers the last major battle of the American Revolution
    $400 26
This 77-story Manhattan building with a stainless steel spire was inspired by art deco & machine forms
    $400 21
A fixation, or a magical object of worship
    $500 5
Sadly, Juana La Loca was insane by the time she inherited the Castilian throne from this woman, her mother
    $500 30
The name of the badge seen here, or an unfortunate investment for the Clintons
    $500 16
"Laura's Women" was inspired by the music of this singer-songwriter who wrote for Streisand & Three Dog Night
    $500 17
On October 12 many Latinos celebrate El Dia de la Raza, meaning "The Day of" this
    $500 27
The Palace of Nations lies near the shore of this Swiss lake
    $500 22
To restock depleted supplies

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Andrew Penny Frank
$1,900 $900 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Penny Frank
$4,800 $1,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

PACIFIC ISLANDS
HARRISON FORD
FAMOUS NICKNAMES
BIBLICAL ANIMALS
ONE MAN'S "MEAT"
ANOTHER MAN'S POISON
    $200 26
If you travel to French Polynesia, your plane will land at Faaa Int'l Airport near Papeete on this island
    $200 21
1 of the 4 characters Ford has played more than once on film
    $200 1
"The Lord of San Simeon"
    $200 3
For his last trip to Jerusalem, Jesus sent 2 disciples to Bethphage to get him one of these
    $200 8
This term for anything essential or basic could also refer to steak & home fries
    $200 16
King & spitting are types of this snake whose venom attacks the nervous system
    $400 27
This largest Japanese island covers about 60% of the country's total area
    $400 22
In 1969 Ford appeared on this comedy anthology series in the segment "Love and the Former Marriage"
    $400 2
In movies, Hope & Crosby's "Sarong Girl"
    $400 4
Proverbs compares "A fair woman...without discretion" to a jewel in this animal's snout
    $400 9
Bill Murray summer camped it up in this 1979 comedy
    $400 17
The EPA names deteriorating paint & contaminated dust & soil as leading sources of poison from this metal
    DD: $1,000 28
Adamstown, this island's only village, is located on its northern coast near Bounty Bay
    $600 23
Ford began his film career as a contract player in this studio's "pictures"
    $600 13
The Wild West's "Little Sure Shot"
    $600 5
An angry King David is compared to one of these animals robbed of her cubs
    $600 10
(Hi, I'm Earl Brown.) In 1978 two out of three wasn't bad for this singer who I played on VH1 in 2000
    $600 18
Its name comes from the Greek strychnos, a type of nightshade
    $800 29
In 1878 the U.S. acquired Pago Pago as a coaling station in this Pacific island group
    $800 24
Ford's cameo in this 1982 Spielberg film, written by his now-wife Melissa Mathison, got cut
    DD: $1,600 14
In the 1960s he became "The Assassin's Assassin"
    $800 6
In the Song of Solomon, "The little" ones of these "spoil the vines"
    $800 11
Slang term for a singles bar, or any place with a similar atmosphere
    $800 19
As Heinrich Himmler found out, this poison smells like bitter almonds
    $1000 30
Spanish & Rapanui are principal languages spoken on this island 2,300 miles west of Chile
    $1000 25
In the 1979 film "The Frisco Kid" cowboy Ford ran into a rabbi played by this comic actor
    $1000 15
The "One-Legged Governor" of New Netherland
    $1000 7
Jesus called the Pharisees "Blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow" this
    $1000 12
For example: bonbons, chocolate, toffee...anyone hungry yet?
    $1000 20
The element with atomic number 33, or the poisonous compound made from it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Penny Frank
$13,000 $1,500 $5,500
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORD ORIGINS
This term for those not Roman or Greek derives from the fact their languages sounded unintelligible

Final scores:

Andrew Penny Frank
$14,999 $2,500 $6,000
5-day champion: $56,100 3rd place: Kaypro 2100 Desktop Computer Package 2nd place: Trip to the Cayman Islands courtesy of Yahoo! Travel

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Penny Frank
$12,200 $1,200 $5,100
29 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
5 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,500

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