Show #3531 - Monday, January 3, 2000

Jack Archey game 4.

Contestants

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Allan Kreda, a journalist from New York City, New York

Jeannie Sanke, a Ph.D. candidate and part-time bank teller from Evanston, Illinois

Jack Archey, a C.P.A. and comedian from Los Angeles, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE GLOBE
TV PERSONALITIES
ENGLISH SHIPS
CALL ME STEVE
I WROTE A BOOK!
CONVERBS
(Alex: As opposed to proverbs.)
    $100 11
It's the only Canadian province on the Pacific Ocean
    $100 1
The 19th time was the charm for this soap star, who finally won her first Emmy in 1999
    $100 21
On April 15, 1912 the Carpathia picked up its SOS & radioed back, "Coming hard"
    $100 6
He starred in "Wanted: Dead or Alive" on TV & in "Papillon" on the big screen
    $100 16
Familiar TV voice & now author heard here

"When Pearl Harbor made it irrefutably clear that America was not a fortress, this generation was summoned to the parade ground and told to train for war."
    $100 23
"A watched pot never" does this
    $200 12
Called the "Eighth Natural Wonder of the World", it stretches over 1,250 miles off Australia's east coast
    $200 2
This "20/20" co-anchor is Mrs. Maury Povich
    $200 22
128 Americans died when this British liner was torpedoed by a German submarine on May 7, 1915
    $200 7
He threw 6 touchdown passes when the 49ers beat the Chargers in Super Bowl XXIX
    $200 17
Perhaps referring to her marriage to Arnold Schwarzenegger, she wrote the kids' book "What's Heaven?"
    $200 24
"Don't cross" one of these "til you come to it"
    $300 13
Much of Pakistan's trade passes through this largest city's port on the island of Kiamari
    $300 3
On her 1998 Oscar Night Special, she asked Will Smith, "Do you think I'm getting jiggy with it?"
    DD: $500 26
Built in 1765, this admiral's flagship the Victory is preserved & on display in Portsmouth, England
    $300 8
He reached No. 17 on the Billboard charts in 1978 with "King Tut"
    $300 18
This former "Candid Camera" personality reads her literary work here

"Baby girl, I wrote to tell you that I do not have good news about your mother, but it is not terrible news, either."
    $300 25
"Never rub your eye but with" this body part (it's sort of impossible anyway)
    $400 14
The Volga River contributes some 75% of all river water in this, the globe's largest lake
    $400 4
This cartoon family watches the zany antics of a TV personality known as "Bumblebee Man"
    $400 27
Francis Drake's flagship the Pelican was renamed this, after passing through the Strait of Magellan
    $400 9
This man hosted "Meeting of Minds" for PBS & an early version of "The Tonight Show" for NBC
    $400 19
On "Feel this Book", Ben Stiller collaborated with this actress & frequent co-star
    $400 29
This "never comes" as it's always a day away
    $500 15
In the early 19th century, this capital of French Polynesia became a favorite port of call for South Pacific whalers
    $500 5
(I'm Jon Stewart.) I took over as host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" after this man left for CBS
    $500 28
In 1791 the HMS Pandora sailed into Tahiti to seize several of this ship's crew
    $500 10
In TV commercials, the U.S. Postal Service uses his band's hit song "Fly Like An Eagle"
    $500 20
This low-budget legend wrote "How I Made a Hundred Movies in Hollywood and Never Lost a Dime"
    $500 30
These "will happen", but "don't make the same" one "twice"

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

Jack Jeannie Allan
$2,500 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Jeannie Allan
$2,900 $2,000 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
MUSCLING IN
IMAX FILMS
THE RAINBOW
VEEPS BY MIDDLE NAME
(Alex: Vice presidents of the United States.)
SPEAK IN HAWAIIAN
    $200 2
The senator with this title presides over the Senate in the absence of the vice president
    $200 13
Working these muscles, including the transverse & oblique ones, can give you a "six-pack"
    $200 24
In 1996 David Breashears led an IMAX film crew to the top of this Himalayan peak
    $200 12
In "The Muppet Movie", this Muppet sang "The Rainbow Connection"
    $200 7
1969-1973:
Theodore
    $200 1
You say goodbye & I say hello, but we can both use this word
    $400 3
This cabinet department administers the Food Stamp program
    $400 20
This word precedes minimus, medius & maximus in the names of the 3 large muscles of the buttocks
    $400 25
An IMAX film shown in Tusayan, Arizona shows "Hidden Secrets" of this nearby national park
    $400 18
As raindrops sometimes do, this device separates white light into the color spectrum
    $400 8
1974-1977:
Aldrich
    $400 14
Perhaps Yoko could tell you this word means delicious
    $600 4
This office supplies paper & ink to government offices & distributes publications for them
    $600 21
4 muscles make up this "cuff" that pitchers dread tearing
    $600 26
Omar Sharif starred in the 1999 IMAX film "The Mysteries of" this country
    $600 19
It's what ROY stands for in the acronym ROY G. BIV
    $600 9
1857-1861:
Cabell
    $600 15
This term for a priest or teacher often follows "Big"
    $800 5
This cabinet member is custodian of the Great Seal of the United States
    DD: $500 22
According to its name, this knee-straightening muscle has twice as many heads as the biceps
    $800 27
Astronauts became cinematographers for the 1997 film "Mission to" this space station
    DD: $1,000 10
1825-1832:
Caldwell
    $800 16
Fast on the buzzer now: it means "hurry hurry"
    $1000 6
It's the only word in the presidential oath of office that may be replaced with another
    $1000 23
A muscle that draws a body part away from the middle of the body, or a synonym for "kidnapper"
    $1000 11
1925-1929:
Gates
    $1000 17
"Oh we're going to" join the villagers in this form of net-fishing where "all the ama-ama come a-swimming to me"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Jeannie Allan
$6,000 $3,600 $1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FROM PLAY TO BALLET
This character became the heroine of the dramatic ballet "The Moor's Pavane"

Final scores:

Jack Jeannie Allan
$7,201 $600 $3,599
4-day champion: $40,502 3rd place: Siemens Gigaset 2420 cordless phone system 2nd place: Kaypro 2100 Desktop PC + a Topix Online gift certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jack Jeannie Allan
$6,300 $3,600 $2,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,200

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