Show #3711 - Monday, October 23, 2000

Contestants

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Kirsten Edwards, a college student from Chicago, Illinois

Matt Blum, a web designer from Burlington, Massachusetts

Marjorie Goldman, an actor and homemaker from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
IRISH EYES
INTERNATIONAL ROAD VEHICLE STICKERS
(Alex: You have to name the country each one represents.)
THE "HALL"S
OF MONTEZUMA
    $100 6
In the old railway line it fell between Atchison & Santa Fe
    $100 10
"Postcards from the Edge" is loosely based on her life & her relationship with mom, Debbie Reynolds
    $100 16
This Boomtown Rat organized Band Aid
    $100 17
GB
    $100 1
Noted for its rich acoustics, it's located on NYC's West 57th Street
    $100 22
From 1502 to 1520 Montezuma II ruled these people
    $200 7
Capitals named for women include the capital of Maryland & this Maine capital
    $200 11
"Peggy Sue Got Married" is one of the movies he directed that featured nephew Nicolas Cage
    $200 27
This man with a grandmother from Cork played an Irish-American boxer in 1952's "The Quiet Man"
    $200 18
BR
    $200 2
Once a popular talk show host, he's now the 1-800-COLLECT Man
    $200 23
One of these works entitled "Montezuma" was composed by Roger Sessions in 1964
    $300 8
It's the capital of the state nicknamed "Heart of Dixie"
    $300 13
Between the 2 of them, Dionne Warwick & this cousin have had more than 50 Top 40 hits
    $300 28
Hey, 20 bucks says that you know this president's father was from County Antrim & his mother was Irish, too
    $300 19
DK
    $300 3
1996's "Brain Candy" was this troupe's big screen debut
    $300 24
This defeater of Montezuma reached Mexico in 1519 & some historians believe he was mistaken for a god
    DD: $600 9
In 1999 the team once known as the Houston Oilers made a slick move to this capital
    $400 14
She's mum to actresses Joely & Natasha Richardson
    $400 29
The record says in 1759 he opened his brewery at St. James Gate
    $400 20
KZ
    $400 4
Specific term for the place where Jehovah's Witnesses meet to practice their faith
    $400 25
Reputedly, Montezuma drank as many as 50 cups a day of this drink which the Spanish made sweeter
    $500 12
A synonym for this New England state capital could be what's symbolized by the sign here
[Deer Crossing]
    $500 15
(Hi, I'm Candice Bergen.) My father Edgar Bergen created 2 of the world's most beloved ventriloquist dummies... Charlie McCarthy & this goofy sidekick
    $500 30
Everyone knew when it was windy, but not how windy until this Irishman came up with his scale in 1805
    $500 21
SGP
    $500 5
It's the former name of the college football bowl game now known as the Outback Bowl
    $500 26
With some of the USA's best-preserved cliff dwellings, Montezuma Castle National Monument is in this state

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

Marjorie Matt Kirsten
$1,200 $200 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marjorie Matt Kirsten
$2,200 $1,600 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART FOR ART'S SAKE
ONCE THEY WERE ANGELS
(Alex: That's Charlie's Angels we're talking about.)
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
DEAD POETS SOCIETY
MAKE-UP TEST
PHRENCH PHRASES
    $200 6
Now at the Huntington Gallery, it's the "colorful" Sir Thomas Lawrence work seen here
    $200 23
The December 1995 & July 1997 editions of Playboy featured revealing photo spreads of this ex-Angel
    $200 11
Term for 1/36 of a yard
    $200 1
In an Ernest Thayer poem, Cooney, Burrows, Flynn & Blake preceded this man to the plate
    $200 21
Ballerina Julie Kent told Vogue she wears lots of the waterproof type of this instead of false eyelashes
    $200 16
Sam Goldwyn stood on the deck of a departing ship & shouted this to his friends on shore
    $400 7
Edouard Manet painted his portrait of this American author seen here from a daguerreotype
    $400 27
She's had a clothing line at K-Mart since 1985
    $400 12
The Greek letter lambda, which stood for 30, was adopted by the Romans as this value
    $400 2
In "Sea Fever" all John Masefield asked for "is a tall ship and a star to" do this
    $400 22
This shy Disney dwarf shares his name with a shade of Club Monaco's Cheek Dew
    $400 17
A volte-face is the French equivalent of this military maneuver
    $600 8
This innovative painter & print maker seen here passed on to his surrealistic reward in 1989
    $600 28
She's Midge Pinciotti on "That '70s Show"
    $600 13
To get the paper size known as an octavo, you fold the paper this many times, creating 8 parts
    DD: $1,000 3
Whitman's "When Lilies Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd" was an elegy for this man
    $600 24
Madame Curie would like this shade of Urban Decay eyeliner named for a radioactive element
    $600 18
This severe epileptic seizure, literally "great illness", involves a wide area of the brain
    $800 9
He's the masterful German composer seen here in a 1746 portrait by Haussmann
    $800 29
A star of the 1973 TV movie "Satan's School for Girls", she was back in the 2000 remake
    $800 14
To figure out your latitude you need the exact time & this instrument that replaced the octant
    $800 4
This Harlem Renaissance poet wondered, "What happens to a dream deferred?"
    $800 25
The Max Factor make-up inspired by this 1999 Shakespeare film features colors like Cob Web & Mustard Seed
    $800 19
An impressive display of power or skill; you might say Lance Armstrong put one on in 1999 & in 2000
    $1000 10
The clouds tell you why this work by Giorgione shares its name with a Shakespeare play
    $1000 30
Kris Munroe as an Angel, she later set up shop at TV's "One West Waikiki"
    $1000 15
Quick, it's the term for 1 billionth of a second
    $1000 5
By the title, it's what Keats' "La Belle Dame" was "Sans"
    DD: $1,000 26
The name of this Cristina Carlino cosmetics line is from the Greek for "love of wisdom"
    $1000 20
(Hi, I'm Mick Jones of Foreigner.) In French, this title of a Foreigner album means someone who incites others to civil unrest

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marjorie Matt Kirsten
$2,200 $7,400 $6,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANATOMY
The petrous temporal bone, the hardest in the body, encases the delicate structures of this organ

Final scores:

Marjorie Matt Kirsten
$1,100 $999 $3,900
2nd place: Trip to Stockholm, Sweden courtesy of Priceline.com 3rd place: Zenith 36" TV New champion: $3,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marjorie Matt Kirsten
$2,800 $7,000 $6,900
12 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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