Show #3547 - Tuesday, January 25, 2000

Lee Lassiter game 1.

Contestants

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Glenn Sloat, a project coordinator from West Islip, New York

Lee Lassiter, a computer programmer from Topeka, Kansas

Lynn Walters, a stay-at-home mom from St. Louis, Missouri (whose 4-day cash winnings total $30,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY ANIMALS
NO. 3 SONGS
(Alex: Not No. 1.)
HOTELS
BERRIES
PSYCHOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
THE SHORT VERSION
    $100 1
Cadpig was the smallest & prettiest of Pongo's 15 puppies in this 1956 Dodie Smith novel
    $100 11
The Beatles sang that he "doesn't have a point of view, knows not where he's going to"
    $100 6
Le Champollion is the gourmet restaurant of this city's Le Meridien Hotel, on an island in the Nile
    $100 21
It's "hound"ed by its resemblance to the blueberry, but it has fewer seeds
    $100 26
Just because you have this pervasive suspicion of others, doesn't mean they're not out to get you
    $100 16
A translation of the Bible:
KJV
    $200 2
Cottontail & these 2 "went down the lane to gather blackberries" in "The Tale of Peter Rabbit"
    $200 12
Her "True Blue" peaked at No. 3 just a few weeks after "Papa Don't Preach" topped the charts
    $200 7
(Hi, I'm Brad Garrett of "Everybody Loves Raymond") I opened for Frank Sinatra at this Vegas hotel, now closed, where the Rat Pack held a "summit" in 1960
    $200 22
The berry of this unassuming shrub produces the oil commonly used to flavor gin
    $200 27
Maybe Alfred Adler didn't think he was good enough when he identified & named this complex
    $200 17
To a dog lover:
ASPCA
    $300 3
This old grey donkey was Winnie-the-Pooh's friend who always saw things in a gloomy light
    $300 13
Singer of the No. 3 hit heard here:
("I Feel Good")
    DD: $600 8
We'll tell you "diplomatically" that this L.A. hotel was the home of the Coconut Grove nightclub
    $300 23
The tart, red cowberry is also called the "mountain" type of this berry, it is likewise used for sauce
    $300 28
This self-absorbed personality disorder is named for a mythical youth who loved his reflection
    $300 18
A women's society:
DAR
    $400 4
This brown bear in Kipling's "The Jungle Book" taught the wolf cubs the law of the jungle & was later Mowgli's teacher
    $400 14
In 1985 David Lee Roth reached No. 3 with "California Girls", 20 years after this group did the same
    $400 9
The most famous hotel of this Canadian city is seen here:
(Chateau Frontenac)
    $400 24
A judge crossed California & Texas blackberries & created these which bear his name
    $400 29
Logorrhea, also called verbomania, is doing this excessively or uncontrollably
    $400 19
A paranormal "experience":
OBE
    $500 5
Anna Sewell wrote her only novel about this title animal as a plea for the proper care of horses
    $500 15
No. 3 Simon & Garfunkel hit that ends, "And an island never cries"
    $500 10
He opened his own hotel in Paris in 1898 & soon started running the Carlton in London
    $500 25
This small berry shares its name with a dried fruit once shipped from Corinth
    $500 30
Washers & hoarders are types of people with OCD, which stands for this
    $500 20
To an infantryman:
APC

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

Lynn Lee Glenn
$2,300 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Lee Glenn
$3,100 $2,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
CONTESTS
THE ASSASSIN'S VICTIM
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
GOLD RUSH
MODERN "TIME"S
    $200 1
About 1 out of every 10 Japanese people lives in this city's metropolitan area
    $200 2
134-pound Hirofumi Nakajima holds the record of eating 24 1/2 of these in 12 minutes at the Nathan's July 4th contest
    $200 3
44 B.C.:
Casca & company
    $200 12
A 1915 film named for Charlie's most famous character was called simply this (no "Little")
    $200 21
In 1880 Joseph Juneau & Richard T. Harris found gold in the Gastineau Channel of this U.S. territory
    $200 9
Eastern, Central, Mountain, Pacific
    $400 6
In 1973 a highway bridge opened connecting the European & Asian parts of this Turkish city
    $400 15
This cruise ship favorite played on a 52-foot court is an event at the National Senior Games
    $400 4
1881:
Charles Guiteau
    $400 30
Chaplin went on stage at age 5 in this type of "hall", the British equivalent of vaudeville
    $400 22
The Black Hills Gold Rush of 1874 spilled over into territory claimed by this Native American tribe
    $400 10
It's the "Fox"y TV spinoff seen here:
    $600 24
It served as Australia's capital from 1901 to 1927
    $600 16
Theta Tau at Purdue holds a contest for convoluted machines in the spirit of this cartoonist
    $600 5
1984:
Beant Singh & Satwant Singh
    $600 29
Nigel Bruce of Dr. Watson fame played an impresario in this "glowing" 1952 Chaplin film
    $600 23
Tourists now rush to this man's 1839 Adobe Fort in Sacramento, California
    $600 11
It's the parent company of CNN
    $800 19
This Cairo suburb, near the Pyramids, is home to most of Egypt's motion picture industry
    $800 17
In 1999 'N Sync performed at the 17th annual pageant to crown Miss this
    $800 7
1901:
Leon Czolgosz
    $800 28
The last of Chaplin's 4 teenage brides was Oona, this playwright's daughter
    $800 25
An 1859 gold strike brought miners to Cherry Creek, the site of this future state capital
    $800 13
To own a property jointly with others & use it in common but at different times
    $1000 20
Recife is called "The Venice of" this South American country
    $1000 18
At the 1999 Westminster Dog Show, CH Loteki Supernatural Being won this award for matching the breed standard
    DD: $800 8
1170:
Reginald Fitzurse & 3 other knights
    $1000 27
Charlie made 35 films in about a year at this Mack Sennett studio
    DD: $1,200 26
Forty-niners from this European country were called Keskydees, a corruption of an oft-used phrase
    $1000 14
Bob Dylan's 1964 hit song about the inevitable passing of the years

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynn Lee Glenn
$5,300 $5,600 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE TONY AWARDS
(Hi, I'm Brian Dennehy) This man won a Tony for writing the Best Play of 1949 and I had the honor of presenting him with a Lifetime Achievement Tony in 1999

Final scores:

Lynn Lee Glenn
$6,601 $11,200 $1,999
2nd place: Kaypro 2100 Desktop PC & Biomorph Computer Furniture New champion: $11,200 3rd place: Epson Photo PC750Z Camera & Stylus 900 Printer

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynn Lee Glenn
$6,100 $6,800 $3,500
23 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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