Show #3706 - Monday, October 16, 2000

Contestants

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Pat Burghardt, a computer analyst from Cincinnati, Ohio

Linda Davis, a music teacher from Fairborn, Ohio

David Tepper, an attorney from Richmond, Virginia (whose 3-day cash winnings total $25,902)

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Jeopardy! Round

THEATRE
TAX TIME
THIS MEANS WAR!
CAPITAL TOURISM
'TOON IN
DROP "OUT"
    $100 21
In 1999 comic Eddie Izzard portrayed this comic in a London production of "Lenny"
    $100 3
For the general public in the U.S., it was due April 17, 2000, as the 15th was on a weekend
    $100 2
The USA's began in 1861, Angola's in 1975
    $100 14
On a clear day you can see the pyramids from the Ramses Hilton in this city
    $100 27
In 1937 the spinach-growing town of Crystal City, Texas erected a statue of this animated character
    $100 1
A rough idea of a proposed plan; H.G. Wells had one of "History"
    $200 22
In Tony Award categories, it's the term for a new production of an old play
    $200 4
This should ring a bell--it's a tax or fee charged for using a bridge or a road
    $200 12
The Pequot, Pontiac's & the Nez Perce were 3 of these "wars"
    $200 15
Butterflies will flutter all around you at the Spyrogyra Butterfly Garden in this Costa Rican capital
    $200 28
A mint condition copy of the 10-cent comic book that featured this hero's 1938 debut is worth $185,000 today
    $200 5
A movie scene that's filmed but not used in the final version
    $300 24
(Hi, I'm Andy Richter.) I've portrayed this TV patriarch in the New York & L.A. productions of "The Real Live Brady Bunch"
    $300 9
This excise tax on things like yachts can also be found on Monopoly boards
    $300 13
A theory formed in the 1980s says this type of "war" would be followed by the same type of "winter"
    $300 16
Wood carvings are popular souvenirs of this African capital known as Dar for short
    $300 30
It's the longest-running animated prime time series in the history of television
    $300 6
Beyond the designated borders of a sports playing field
    $400 26
This acclaimed Broadway musical of 2000 is not an adaptation of the Jodie Foster space movie of the same name
    $400 10
A tax on exported or imported goods; a scout pledges to do this
    $400 19
(Hi, I'm Andy Summers.) The U.S. government called the Korean War this, which sounds like a lawsuit by my old band
    $400 17
Seen here, the abstract monument to Jean Sibelius is a highlight of a trip to this city
    $400 23
This first completely computer-generated feature film was released in 1995
    $400 7
A type of medical care in which the subject doesn't spend the night in the hospital
    $500 25
(Hi, I'm S. Epatha Merkerson.) I won a Tony nomination for playing Berneice in this playwright's 1990 Pulitzer Prize-winning play "The Piano Lesson"
    $500 11
You may get a refund of the VAT, this tax on goods in Europe, if they were bought for commercial use
    $500 20
18th c. Europe was "throne" into confusion by the War of the Austrian one & the war of the Spanish one
    DD: $2,000 18
You may get dizzy teeing off at the world's highest golf course, at Malasilla in this capital
    $500 29
Launched Oct. 2, 1950, it went on to achieve the largest & most devoted following of any comic strip in history
    $500 8
Sydney Pollack directed this 1985 Best Picture Oscar winner

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

David Linda Pat
$2,000 $1,500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Linda Pat
$700 $1,500 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
A FILM ON YOUR TEETH
NAMES IN NATURE
OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
MUSIC
FELINE PHRASES
    $200 16
This continent still has a Van Diemen Gulf, though Van Diemen's Land became Tasmania
    $200 21
In this 1970 film dentist "Painless Pole" Waldowski "dies" to the strains of "Suicide is Painless"
    $200 9
This legume can be "crimson", "sweet" &, occasionally, four-leafed
    $200 3
In Peru:
Quechua, Aymara & this
    $200 6
A typical symphony orchestra has 32 of these instruments, but only 1 tuba
    $200 29
Some of our contestants are "nervous as a long-tailed cat in a roomful of" these pieces of furniture
    $400 17
The Archipelago de los Colorados lies in this gulf along Cuba's northwest coast
    $400 28
In this 1976 drama, Laurence Olivier checks out Dustin Hoffman's dental work
    $400 27
The wolf & this rodent both have "red" & "gray" types, but there's no flying wolf
    $400 4
In Haiti:
Haitian Creole & this
    $400 11
An 1846 Berlioz work on "The Damnation of" this man goes back to the Goethe tale
    $400 30
This expression is used to caution someone dangerously inquisitive
    $600 18
This sea is about 1,400 miles long, running from the Strait of Bab el Mandeb to Suez, Egypt
    $600 14
In the 1948 comedy "The Paleface" he was "Painless" Peter Potter, an inept dentist in the Old West
    $600 26
This type of "bear" is a caterpillar
    $600 8
In Switzerland:
German, French, Romansch & this
    $600 12
You may want to check out the "Dumky Trio" composed by this "New World" Czech
    $600 24
(Hi, I'm C.C. DeVille.) This comment on a surprise arrival is also the title of a hit album by my band Poison
    DD: $2,000 20
In 1898 Dewey won a great victory in this bay; now you can see lovely sunsets over it
    $800 10
Steve Martin played Orin Scrivello, D.D.S. in this 1986 remake
    $800 25
Solitary type of thrush that's the state bird of Vermont
    $800 7
In Kenya:
English & this
    $800 13
Vaughan Williams is among composers who wrote music for Larry Adler to play on this instrument
    $800 23
It's the game being played by a strong player toying with a weaker one
    $1000 19
"Servile" name of the fifth-largest North American lake; you'll find Yellowknife on its shores
    $1000 15
This "L.A. Law" actor was back at the old drill in the 1998 horror sequel "The Dentist 2: Brace Yourself"
    $1000 2
Check out the hind feet on this hare & you'll see how it got its name
    DD: $1,000 1
In Cyprus:
Greek & this
    $1000 5
One of the first composers to make records, he supervised his own "Pagliacci" for one in 1907
    $1000 22
Royalty is cut down to size in the expression "A cat may" do this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Linda Pat
$3,100 $3,700 $12,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS STARS
The Warriors, the 76ers, the Lakers & the Harlem Globetrotters all retired his number

Final scores:

David Linda Pat
$3,100 $3,700 $8,400
3rd place: Pair of Bicycles from ebike.com 2nd place: Trip to Palm Island Resort in the Grenadines New champion: $8,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Linda Pat
$5,100 $3,700 $11,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
3 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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