Show #3536 - Monday, January 10, 2000

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Contestants

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Moira Byrnes, a director originally from Rockport, New York

Jerry Crowley, a law student from Tallahassee, Florida

Justin T. Bradford, Jr., an educator from Canyon Country, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

LIFE
TOTAL
SPECIAL "K"
LUCKY CHARMS
FRUIT LOOPS
CZECHS
(Alex: There's a theme there!)
    $100 1
Pulmonology is the study of the physiology & pathology of these organs
    $100 6
Total number of ounces of orange juice needed to make a classic mimosa with 2 ounces of champagne
    $100 11
In the comics this substance comes in many colors but only the green one can kill Superman
    $100 15
This turkey part is luckier for the person who breaks off the longer piece
    $100 19
This present state, scene of a famous 1621 Thanksgiving feast, is a leading cranberry producer
    $100 27
Czech-born director Forman & Czech prime minister Zeman share this first name
    $200 2
This "new world" marsupial isn't "playing dead" when threatened -- it is shocked into a catatonic faint
    $200 7
Total number of strokes it takes a golfer to double bogey a par 4 hole
    $200 12
[unavailable audio on video clue]
    $200 17
"See" one of these. "pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck"
    $200 22
This western state leads the U.S. in the production of pears as well as apples
    $200 28
After 74 years together, it was splitsville for the Czech Republic & this nation on January 1, 1993
    $300 3
In 1953 Watson, Crick & Wilkins proposed the double helix model for this generic material
    $300 8
Total number of miles a car that gets 20 MPG can go on 11 gallons of gas
    $300 13
In a traditional Japanese wedding the bride wears a white one of these robes; the groom wears black
    $300 18
This lucky "numerical" plant promises the finder fame, wealth, a faithful lover & glorious health
    $300 23
If you need a papaya in the face, go to this state that produces almost the entire U.S. crop
    $300 29
This international alliance welcomed the Czech Republic as a member in March 1999
    $400 4
Named for a many-headed monster of myth, this genus of invertebrates can regenerate injured parts
    DD: $700 9
Total number of revolutions made by an old vinyl LP to play a 3-minute song
    $400 14
"The prettiest picture you've ever seen is Christmas in" this Irish town
    $400 20
These birds meant good fortune for ancient mariners, unless a sailor killed one
    $400 24
The Winter Haven area of this state is home to an annual citrus festival
    $400 30
The Bohemian Czech king Charles IV held this "Holy" title from 1355 to 1378
    $500 5
Named for their disk-like shape, these smallest formed elements in the blood aid in clotting
    $500 10
Total number of liters of water needed to fill a 10-centimeter cube
    $500 16
During their daily prayers Muslims face toward this sacred shrine
    $500 21
In hopes of future wealth, a bride might have one of these English coins in her shoe
    $500 25
The area around Traverse City in this state is famous for its cherries
    $500 26
Prominent 20th C. Czech writers include Jaroslav Seifert & this "Unbearable Lightness of Being" author

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

Justin Jerry Moira
$800 -$500 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Jerry Moira
$1,000 $1,200 -$800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICAN LIT
ILLINOISE
DICTATORS
SOCIAL SCIENTIST'S DICTIONARY
SUBATOMIC PARTICLES
WHAT'S IN A DOG'S NAME?
    $200 6
The title of Sherman Alexie's 1993 short story collection asserts this man & Tonto "Fistfight in Heaven"
    $200 11
On this street, "that great street, I just wanna say, they do things they don't do on Broadway"
    $200 16
England:
1653-1658
    $200 21
Kshatriyas & Vaisyas are 2 of these hereditary social divisions of Hinduism
    $200 26
A cloud of these, the first particle discovered, may surround the nucleus
    $200 1
Rottweil, home of the Rottweiler, is a city in this country
    $400 7
Novelist James Welch's first book of nonfiction was 1994's "Killing" this cavalryman
    $400 12
Songs by this Billy Corgan band out of Chicago include "Tonight, Tonight" & "Today"
    $400 17
Nicaragua:
1967-1979
    $400 22
Technically it's any ethnic group in which the average height of adult males is less than 4' 11"
    $400 27
The heaviest one of the 6 particles known as these is the top one
    $400 2
This silky-haired, droopy-eared variety is just a "Spanish" dog
    $600 8
This "Gorky Park" author drew on his Pueblo heritage to write the 1986 thriller "Stallion Gate"
    $600 13
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One of my influences was this bluesman who was born Chester Burnett but nicknamed for his howling vocals
    $600 18
North Korea:
1948-1994
    $600 23
Authority is held by females in this type of family or society
    $600 3
Some claim it's the plural of mosenji, a Lingala word for "native"
    $800 9
This "Chief" appeared in the film "Little Big Man" & wrote the poetry collection "My Heart Soars"
    DD: $1,000 14
This folk music expert & "Big Daddy" of film was born in Illinois with the last name Ivanhoe
    $800 19
Portugal:
1932-1968
    $800 24
Ceremonies that mark important transitional periods in a person's life as these kinds of "rites"
    DD: $1,000 4
The name terrier goes back to the Latin word for this
    $1000 10
In a 1932 book, this Oglala Sioux holy man "Speaks" his life story to poet John Neihardt
    $1000 15
This jazz trumpeter responsible for the "Birth of the Cool" was born in Alton, Illinois in 1926
    $1000 20
Central African Republic (later empire):
1966-1979
    $1000 25
The results are in -- it's the quantitative study of human populations
    $1000 5
This royal dog of Egypt was named for a town in Arabia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Justin Jerry Moira
$3,400 $5,200 -$3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICAL HISTORY
Anne Miller, the first person whose life was saved by this drug, lived 57 more years, dying in 1999

Final scores:

Justin Jerry Moira
$6,799 $10,400 -$3,000
2nd place: Trip to Spa Atlantis in Pompano Beach, Florida New champion: $10,400 3rd place: Meade ETX 90 telescope

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Justin Jerry Moira
$4,100 $5,200 -$1,000
19 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
10 R,
10 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $8,300

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