Show #3708 - Wednesday, October 18, 2000

Contestants

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Chris Dawson, a legislative consultant from Sacramento, California

Martha Temple, an attorney from Hampden, Maine

Pat Burghardt, a computer analyst from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

BEHIND BARS
'90s SITCOMS
NAME THE ARTIST
NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARD WINNERS
IT'S A DOG'S LIFE
THAT'S SO CLICHE!
    $100 18
Antonio Gramsci wrote classics of Marxist theory while jailed by this Italian regime in the 1930s
    $100 1
The pals in this sitcom hang out & down a few brews at Cleveland's Warsaw Tavern
    $100 6
1876:
"Ballet Rehearsal"
    $100 24
In 1999 Time won for Public Interest & this competitor won for News Reporting
    $100 16
Lassie could tell you that the Shetland sheepdog is a miniature version of this breed
    $100 8
If you complain in vain, you may be doing this "up the wrong tree"
    $200 20
Jailed in 2000 for this crime, journalist Tim Crews said of the judge, "The feeling is...mutual"
    $200 2
Guest telephone callers to KACL in this sitcom have included Mel Brooks, Randy Travis & Jane Pauley
    $200 7
1890:
"Starry Night"
    $200 25
It won for General Excellence in 1989, the year of its 25th anniversary swimsuit issue -- coincidence?!
    $200 17
Yo quiero this breed whose origins are shrouded in mystery
    $200 9
The gang that couldn't shoot straight couldn't "hit the broad side of" one of these structures
    $300 21
For violating parole on 1996 drug & gun charges, this "Chaplin" actor got 3 years in maximum security
    $300 3
Viewers finally got to see Wilson's face when the cast took their bows on this sitcom's last episode
    DD: $800 10
1895:
"Au Salon de la Rue des Moulins"
    $300 28
1997's winner for Special Interests was this magazine from our nation's attic
    $300 19
With 49 of the 2,541 postal worker/dog bite incidents reported in '98, this largest Texas city led the nation
    $300 13
When I get nutty, people say I've "got bats in" this lofty place
    $400 22
Dan White, paroled in 1984 after killing the mayor & a supervisor of this city, killed himself in 1985
    $400 4
This NBC series was named for the autobiographical comic strip written by its perky heroine
    $400 11
1911:
"Nude Descending A Staircase"
    $400 29
In 2000 it won for General Excellence, Public Interest & Fiction, not for its cartoons
    $400 26
An excellent watchdog, this breed is named for a town on northern Honshu island
    $400 14
By leaving a place or situation you don't like, you "vote with" these body parts
    $500 23
In 2000 Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin, once known as this black militant, was arrested after an Atlanta shooting
    $500 5
On "Seinfeld", it's the catalog company for which Elaine worked as a copywriter
    $500 12
1893:
"The Scream"
    $500 30
This 1971 winner for Specialized Journalism was the subject of a 1973 song by Dr. Hook
    $500 27
A dog named Buck lives by "The Law of Club and Fang" in this Jack London novel
    $500 15
Dealing with one's obsession is like having one of these animals "by the tail"

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

Pat Martha Chris
$1,900 $600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Martha Chris
$2,800 $1,800 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

BEHIND BARS
ITALIAN COMPOSERS
THE CINEMA: 50 YEARS AGO
AROUND THE WORLD
"G" MEN
9-LETTER WORDS
    $200 2
Wyborowa is a popular Polish brand of this liquor also associated with Russia
    $200 16
Bertolucci's movie "1900" is about 2 men born the day this "Aida" composer died
    $200 7
Joseph L. Mankiewicz based his screenplay for this film on Mary Orr's story "The Wisdom of Eve"
    $200 12
Prior to 1992 this country had 3 historical regions: Moravia, Bohemia & Slovakia
    $200 18
This influential modern jazz trumpeter was born in Cheraw, South Carolina in 1917
    $200 23
From the Greek for "treasury", it's a treasury of synonyms & antonyms
    $400 3
Look for the pirate on the label of the Captain Morgan brand of this
    $400 17
17th C. composer Frescobaldi was organist at this Rome basilica for about 30 years -- pretty good gig
    $400 8
This Spencer Tracy-Elizabeth Taylor film was followed 1 year later with a sequel, "Father's Little Dividend"
    $400 13
In 1905, 110 years after it was founded, this city became capital of Alberta
    $400 19
In 1957 this comrade became Soviet foreign minister
    $400 24
This explosive substance originally consisted of saltpeter, charcoal & sulfur
    $600 4
In the 1890s Adolphus Busch developed this superpremium beer still marketed by Anheuser-Busch
    DD: $2,500 21
This 19th century virtuoso wrote 24 fiendishly difficult caprices for solo violin
    $600 9
Jose Ferrer won an Oscar for playing this 1950 title role
    $600 14
Madrid is in the region of central Spain known as this; it even has its own language
    $600 20
He was Mary Wollstonecraft's husband & Mary Shelley's father
    $600 26
This term for a broad, tree-lined street comes from the Dutch for "bulwark"
    $800 5
Seeing the symbol of this German drink may induce a college flashback
    $800 22
Niccolo Jommelli, "The Italian Gluck", came from this southern city known for songs like "O Sole Mio"
    $800 10
Harry James dubbed the trumpet playing for this actor in "Young Man With A Horn"
    DD: $2,500 15
This island is home to orangutans & the Sultan of Brunei
    $800 30
This general skillfully led the left side of American forces at the battles of Trenton & Brandywine
    $800 27
Worn as a symbol of penitence, this garment is made of camel or goat hair
    $1000 6
Last name of Edouard, who created a new liqueur by blending sweet & bitter orange peels
    $1000 29
Bellissima! Bellini wrote for singers in this style, Italian for "beautiful singing"
    $1000 11
Judy Holliday reprised her stage role as Billie Dawn in this George Cukor-directed comedy classic
    $1000 1
You'll find Ho Chi Minh City on this river (they didn't change its name)
    $1000 28
The theories of this 2nd century Greek physician influenced medical practice for centuries
    $1000 25
This square dance of French origin is composed of 5 formations & danced by 4 couples

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Martha Chris
$9,400 $1,400 $7,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS
It took nearly 22 hours to achieve this in 1875; in 1994 it took only 7 hours & 17 minutes

Final scores:

Pat Martha Chris
$2,999 $0 $15,799
2nd place: Trip to the Roosevelt Hotel, New York City 3rd place: Delta Air Lines Luggage Set New champion: $15,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pat Martha Chris
$5,800 $2,200 $7,900
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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