Show #3554 - Thursday, February 3, 2000

Contestants

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Kathy Holden, an attorney from Chula Vista, California

Tim Barley, an inventory control analyst from Hermosa Beach, California

Angela Toussaint, a schoolteacher from West Roxbury, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM
(Alex: We'll give it to you, you name the country.)
TRAVEL & TOURISM
R-RATED OPERA
LET'S BE FRANK
"B"ELIEVE IT OR NOT
    $100 1
In May 1692 this village's jails were filled with witchcraft suspects, eventually totaling 150
    $100 3
1968:
"War and Peace"
    $100 14
Plush accommodations in this city include the King David Hotel near the Tower of David Museum
    $100 26
In a jealous rage, a soldier murders the gypsy with whom he's had a passionate affair in this Bizet opera
    $100 18
On November 7, 1951 he married Ava Gardner
    $100 9
For water, it's 212 degrees Fahrenheit
    $200 2
In 1900 Sanford B. Dole became the first governor of this U.S. territory
    $200 4
1983:
"Fanny and Alexander"
    $200 15
This capital's O'Connell Street, one of Europe's widest, was previously called Sackville Street
    $200 27
Some dance to remember; she dances for the head of John the Baptist after he resists her advances
    $200 19
In 1971 he joined the "Monday Night Football" announcing team
    $200 10
North American hard worker seen here:
    $300 7
During the naval battle for this Alabama bay, David Farragut uttered, "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!"
    $300 5
1989:
"Cinema Paradiso"
    $300 16
Chinese New Year is greeted with dancing dragon parades & firecrackers in this largest B.C. city
    $300 28
In this composer's "Don Giovanni", the title character seduces women, kills a man & is dragged down to Hell
    $300 20
His directing credits include "Lost Horizon", "Arsenic and Old Lace" & "It Happened One Night"
    $300 11
The Osmond Family Theater & the Mel Tillis Theater are found in this Missouri city
    $400 17
In 1888 he won the presidency using the campaign song "Grandfather's Hat Fits Ben"
    DD: $500 6
1992:
"Indochine"
    $400 23
Launched in 1967, it's the only luxury liner now making regular transatlantic crossings
    $400 29
Canio isn't clowning around when he stabs his wife & her lover to death in this Leoncavallo opera
    $400 21
This founder of Barking Pumpkin Records was the leader of the Mothers of Invention
    $400 12
From the Old English for "signal", it's a flashing light to guide or warn ships
    $500 25
During the War of 1812, he had command of 3 brigs, 5 schooners & a sloop on Lake Erie
    $500 8
1967:
"Closely Watched Trains"
    $500 24
This Salt Lake City home of Brigham Young is named for the item placed atop the cupola on its roof
    $500 30
The discovery of Tristan's affair with this woman, his uncle's wife, leads to the lovers' deaths
    $500 22
This 1956 Rookie of the Year was the first black manager in Major League Baseball
    $500 13
In 1985 Neil Simon won a Tony for this "colorful" play about Army life

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

Angela Tim Kathy
$600 -$400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Angela Tim Kathy
$1,200 -$100 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

LUCKY STAR
VOGUE
LA ISLA BONITA
BEDTIME STORIES
EXPRESS YOURSELF
MADONNA
    $200 1
Logically enough, a white dwarf becomes this type of star when it no longer emits any light
    $200 3
This '90s fitness craze is a combination of stationary biking & aerobics
    $200 9
Michigan's Isle Royale in this Great Lake has over 30 lakes of its own
    $200 12
Beatrix Potter also wrote about Benjamin Bunny, a cousin of this naughty title rabbit
    $200 17
Frequently late, this sex symbol quipped in 1962, "I've been on a calendar, but never on time"
    $200 10
On the 1999 duet "Be Careful (Cuidado con Mi Corazon)" Madonna sings in Spanish & he sings in English
    $400 2
This Greek letter often denotes the brightest star in a constellation; Centaurus' is the closest to us
    $400 4
Quogue, Wainscott & Water Mill are communities in this fashionable Long Island resort area
    $400 25
600 miles offshore, these Ecuadoran islands are known as "The Enchanted Islands"
    $400 13
In "The House at Pooh Corner", Rabbit tried to unbounce this character by losing him in the forest
    $400 18
Of her role in the Clarence Thomas hearings, she said, "I had to tell the truth"
    $400 11
Madonna's first Top 40 hit in the U.S., it says, "We're gonna have a celebration"
    $600 8
The red giant Aldebaran is the "bull's eye" of this constellation
    $600 5
In 1999 this store whose symbol is seen here promoted a French pronounciation of its name:
(Bullseye)
    $600 26
If you can't tell that it's the island seen here, adjust the colors on your monitor:
("The Emerald Isle")
    $600 14
This Seuss work says, "You do not like them. So you say. Try them! Try them! And you may."
    $600 19
Of the first manned space flight, this cosmonaut said, "I could have gone on flying...forever"
    $600 22
He's the father of Madonna's daughter Lourdes
    $800 6
Similar to cargo pants, these multi-pocketed pants named for a profession are popular with kids
    $800 27
Madagascar's colorful features include half the world's types of this lizard
    $800 15
Astrid Lindgren created this girl, a redheaded Swedish orphan with an odd fashion sense
    $800 20
On giving up her Miss America title in 1984, she said, "The past just came up and kicked me"
    $800 23
The song heard here was featured in this 1985 film in which Madonna played the title character:
("Get Into the Groove")
    $1000 7
This trendy retailer is known for his clever ads like "Have a Heart. Give a Sole."
    $1000 28
This Canadian city's largest park occupies 4 islands in Lake Ontario
    $1000 16
It was the first book published in C.S. Lewis' "Chronicles of Narnia"
    DD: $1,000 21
Margaret Truman once said of her dad, "He loved politicians -- even" these people
    $1000 24
One of the 2 middle names that Madonna uses; one of them is her confirmation name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Angela Tim Kathy
$4,400 $1,700 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS ORIGINS
This American sport traces its roots back to the '30s & Southern bootleggers who outran the law

Final scores:

Angela Tim Kathy
$200 $7 $3,600
2nd place: Trip to Loew's L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C. 3rd place: Panasonic Digital Shot Palmcorder New champion: $3,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Angela Tim Kathy
$4,400 $2,200 $7,200
14 R,
2 W
7 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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