Show #3734 - Thursday, November 23, 2000

Contestants

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Sabin Speiser, an internet consultant from San Francisco, California

Michelle Bowen-Ziecheck, a film student from Laurel, Maryland

Bob Ryan, a certified public accountant from Gig Harbor, Washington (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,701)

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Jeopardy! Round

TURKEY, THE BIRD
1970s ALBUMS
CATHOLICISM
THE MOSTEST
PLAYS BY CHARACTERS
(Alex: We'll give you the characters.)
GIVING "THANK"S
    $100 6
Turkey carving step 1: Cut the band of skin holding the legs which are known as these
    $100 11
The Beverly Hills Hotel was the actual hotel shown on the cover of this Eagles LP
    $100 26
This country's 1689 Bill of Rights stated that no Roman Catholic would ever rule it
    $100 16
Herbert Spencer summed up Darwin's theory as "Survival of" these
    $100 21
John Darling,
Wendy Darling,
Tinker Bell
    $100 1
From "The Big Broadcast of 1938", it's Bob Hope's theme song
    $200 7
This 19th C. British author is credited with making the turkey a popular choice for Christmas dinners
    $200 12
At the top spot for 5 weeks, "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" was his only No. 1 album
    $200 27
In 1983 the church reaffirmed its ban on members joining these lodges, York or Scottish
    $200 17
In 1999 Guinness assigned this record to Vostok, Antarctica
    $200 22
Harold Mitchell,
Eunice Hubbell,
Stella Kowalski
    $200 2
Maurice Chevalier crooned this delightful ditty in the film "Gigi"
    $300 8
A male turkey's snood hangs directly over this part of its body
    $300 13
Beginning with 1970's "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!", this group had a Top 10 LP every year of the decade except 1979
    $300 28
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it publishes its own newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano
    $300 18
People magazine began an annual tradition when it named Mel Gibson this for 1985
    $300 23
Chiffon,
Mushnik,
Audrey Two
    $300 3
On Martin Luther King, Jr.'s gravestone these 3 words follow "Free at Last, Free at Last..."
    $400 9
Turkey that joined Henny-Penny's "Sky is Falling" campaign
    DD: $700 14
His "Moody Blue" album entered the Top 40 on July 30, 1977; 17 days later he was dead
    $400 29
Presidents Clinton & Bush were on hand in May 2000 to see him entombed in St. Patrick's Cathedral
    $400 19
Song that includes the following
[Whitney Houston]
    $400 24
Count Orsini-Rosenberg,
Joseph II,
Antonio Salieri
    $400 4
From April 1975, it was John Denver's third No. 1 hit
    $500 10
This top-selling U.S. turkey brand turned 45 in 1999
    $500 15
1-word title of the 1971 Janis Joplin album that contained the No. 1 hit "Me and Bobby McGee"
    $500 30
Ideas in his "Summa Theologica" formed the basis of many Roman Catholic doctrines
    $500 20
Mark Antony described Caesar's seeing Brutus among the assassins as this "of all"
    $500 25
Nicely-Nicely Johnson,
Sky Masterson,
Nathan Detroit
    $500 5
This disco-rific film from 1978 starred Jeff Goldblum & Donna Summer

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

Bob Michelle Sabin
$700 $1,500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Michelle Sabin
$200 $3,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

TURKMENISTAN, THE COUNTRY
MAGAZINES
MUSICAL DICTIONARY
ACRONYMS
INTERNATIONAL STARS
(Alex: You give the country of birth.)
THE HISTORY CHANNEL
(Alex: In particular, we are going to deal with clues about their Founding Fathers series.)
    $200 21
Decade during which Turkmenistan most recently became an independent country
    $200 2
This newspaper's Sunday mag features "What They Were Thinking", "The Way We Live Now" & a tough crossword
    $200 26
In song, "A pretty girl is like" one
    $200 7
Acronymically, "KISS" means "Keep it" this way, "stupid"
    $200 12
Antonio Banderas
    $200 1
Famous alarmist depicted in the following

"His mission, to warn Adams and Hancock, hiding out in a Lexington parsonage..."
    $400 22
The Turkmen language was 1st written in this script, then Latin, then Cyrillic, & now it's going back to Latin
    $400 3
Attention, cheaters: A Michigan magazine for new parents is cleverly titled these "notes"
    $400 27
The treble one is also called the G one
    $400 8
"Serpentine" acronym for a 1985 law that maintains health insurance if you're fired
    $400 13
Arnold Schwarzenegger
    $400 17
Man whose earlier life is the subject here

"His business ventures made him wealthy, free to pursue his experiments and inventions and to devote his life..."
    $600 23
This crop is "king" in the country's agricultural economy
    $600 4
John Rocker got in trouble for remarks quoted in the Dec. 27, 1999 issue of this magazine
    $600 28
The crwth of this country is a type of lyre played with a bow
    $600 9
Astrophysicists have postulated the "weakly interacting massive" one of these, or WIMP
    DD: $1,000 14
Salma Hayek
    $600 18
"Salvador" & "Citizen Cohn" star heard here as the voice of John Adams

"Vanity, I am sensible, is my cardinal vice..."
    $800 24
After joining the IMF, Turkmenistan replaced this unit of currency with the manat
    $800 5
In Ebony's first 50 years, 1945 to 1995, this pop superstar graced the cover a record 17 times
    $800 29
The wide end of a trumpet
    $800 10
One of Mobil Corporation's ancestors was SOCONY, this "Company of New York"
    $800 15
Jean-Claude Van Damme
    $800 19
Revolutionary inspiration whose work is read here

"These are times that try men's souls..."
    $1000 25
Fresh water is tough to get; this large "sea" forming the western border is salt water
    DD: $1,100 6
Milton Friedman, or a London magazine founded in 1843 that might discuss his views
    $1000 30
Meaning "music loving", it follows Berlin & Vienna
    $1000 11
In NYC acronyms, Soho is joined by Brooklyn's DUMBO, "Down Under" this structure's "Overpass"
    $1000 16
Natalie Portman
    $1000 20
Patriot discussed in the following clip

"He had been a failure in everything that he did, until the revolution; his father gave him a lot of money..."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Michelle Sabin
$3,800 $8,700 $4,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
This Midwest city is the only state capital whose unabbreviated name starts with 3 consonants

Final scores:

Bob Michelle Sabin
$0 $8,400 $0
3rd place: VocoPro Digital Karaoke System New champion: $8,400 2nd place: Trip to the Lucayan Resort on Grand Bahama Island

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Michelle Sabin
$3,400 $8,300 $4,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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