Show #3722 - Tuesday, November 7, 2000

Contestants

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Bruce Leggat, a nonprofit consultant from Westford, Massachusetts

Carol Coltz, a bookseller from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Bob Ryan, a certified public accountant from Gig Harbor, Washington (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

ELECTION DAY
(Alex: How appropriate!)
TV SETTINGS
CLEO POTPOURRIO
RODENT, MARSUPIAL OR PRIMATE
HOW SOON WE FORGET
WORLD OF WORDS
    $100 1
In 1960 Richard Daley's political machine gave JFK a narrow, disputed win in this state
    $100 6
It's the Flintstones' home town
    $100 21
Magellan data indicate the Cleopatra crater on this inner planet is of impact, not volcanic, origin
    $100 11
The porcupine
    $100 16
In 1993 Polish-born general John Shalikashvili became chairman of this group
    $100 23
If a Canadian says to you, "Hey, hoser, uncork me a Molson, eh", he wants you to do this
    $200 2
His 1956 victory was the first time in over a century that the party of the presidential winner didn't control Congress
    $200 7
In a current show residents of this New England city include Dr. Sydney Hansen & her father Jim, a veterinarian
    $200 22
Tamara Dobson played this secret agent in 2 1970s films
    $200 12
The Tasmanian Devil
    $200 17
We forget this impassioned man, then remember him again every election year
    $200 24
In Hebrew it can mean hello. goodbye or well-being
    $300 3
In 1980 Carter gave this "speech" at 9:50 P.M., the earliest since Alton B. Parker in 1904
    DD: $600 8
This favorite of the '60s was set at Coral Key Park in Florida
    $300 28
In the '60s this man & woman made their first record as Caesar & Cleo
    $300 13
The chinchilla
    $300 18
At sporting events "Rainbow Man" Stewart often promoted this chapter & verse of the gospel of John
    $300 25
From the Latin for "to lick", it's a ridiculing satire & a Harvard magazine
    $400 4
In 1944 this victorious running mate sent FDR a telegram reading, "Isolationism is dead"
    $400 9
In the '60s this town full of secrets was home to the Harringtons & the Mackenzies
    $400 29
A 1989 biography dubbed this singer-dancer "Jazz Cleopatra"
    $400 14
The macaque
    $400 19
At age 70, this former action star won the 1998 Best Supporting Actor Oscar for "Affliction"
    $400 26
Based on its etymology, it's the period in a human's life when you'd expect him or her to be speechless
    $500 5
In 1988 Bush beat Dukakis on this, the latest possible election day
    $500 10
Burt Reynolds' character Wood Newton was a football coach in this title town
    $500 30
Designed around 1500 B.C., it was set up on the Thames embankment in the 1870s
    $500 15
The wombat
    $500 20
"Colorful" name of the IBM computer that lost to Garry Kasparov in 1996 & beat him in '97
    $500 27
The spirit or outlook of a period or generation, it's German for "time spirit"

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

Bob Carol Bruce
$2,400 $300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Carol Bruce
$3,800 $700 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATELY HOMES
THE DRAWING ROOM
THE DINING ROOM
THE LIBRARY
THE LADIES ROOM
THE STUD "E"
    $200 7
State where you'll find the homes of Harry Truman & Jesse James
    $200 21
Former newspaper illustrator Chester Gould created this comic strip about a police detective
    $200 16
French for "sherbet", it's often served as a palate refresher between courses
    $200 1
First published in 1937, it was revised in 1951 to bring it into line with "The Lord of the Rings"
    $200 26
In 1990 MTV banned her steamy video for "Justify My Love"
    $200 6
Proverbially, it "gets the worm"
    $400 8
A house in this state's city of Hackensack was given to Baron von Steuben for service to the U.S.; he sold it
    $400 22
Joe Shuster, who co-created this comic book hero in 1934, was destitute by the '70s
    $400 17
For your dining pleasure, we'll be serving this meat tonight with a Marsala sauce, or in osso buco
    $400 2
Chapters in the autobiography of this man include "Harlemite", "Hustler" & "Black Muslims"
    $400 27
She founded the Church of Christ Scientist, which relies on spiritual healing
    $400 10
Far-flung Philly fans are fanatical for this football franchise, the pro champs in '48 & '49
    $600 9
The L.L. Nunn House is an architectural highlight of Telluride in this state
    $600 23
10-time Hugo Award winner Kelly Freas is famous for illustrating the magazine called "Astounding" this genre
    $600 18
It's a spicy soup made with tripe & calves' feet, or the name of Ricky Martin's old group
    $600 3
These are usually written in prose, but Pope's "On Man" & "On Criticism" are poems
    $600 28
A bestselling book by this woman seen here grew out of her commencement speech at Holy Cross
    $600 11
Title held in different countries at different times by Balbinus, Bao Dai & Bidatsu
    $800 14
You can visit the mansion of shipping magnate Jeremiah Lee in Marblehead in this state
    $800 24
Daumier pioneered this type of exaggerated cartoon by showing King Louis Philippe as a giant pear
    $800 19
Often stuffed with meat & cheese, this ring-shaped pasta is a specialty of Bologna, Italy
    DD: $800 4
This satirist's 1734 "Lettres Anglaises" extols England & by implication criticizes France
    $800 29
Al Gore's mom, Pauline, was the only woman in this Nashville university's law school Class of 1936
    $800 12
With an extensile glutinous tongue, this spiny Australian monotreme mercilessly slurps up its insect prey
    $1000 15
The home of Jonathan Hager stands in the "town" named for him in this state
    $1000 25
He drew the New Yorker cover "View of the World from Ninth Avenue", much copied as a poster
    DD: $1,500 20
Impress your guests by serving this dish, also called Bei Jing Kao Ya
    $1000 5
"Blue at the Mizzen" is the 20th of his books detailing the naval career of Jack Aubrey
    $1000 30
The title of this columnist's 1992 book asserted that she "Can't Say That, Can She?"
    $1000 13
The turning point in the war in north Africa, this October 1942 battle saw the Brits kick serious Nazi butt

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Carol Bruce
$9,700 $2,300 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE MOVIES
The night before their first mass jump in 1940, paratroopers at Fort Benning saw a Western about this man

Final scores:

Bob Carol Bruce
$13,801 $0 $10,000
2-day champion: $22,301 3rd place: Pair of Ebikes (bicycles) 2nd place: Trip to Kona, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Carol Bruce
$8,900 $2,300 $7,600
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
3 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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