Show #3567 - Tuesday, February 22, 2000

Jeremy Bate game 3.

Contestants

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John Boyle, an operations consultant from Westfield, New Jersey

Laura Schaefer, a Ph.D. student in mechanical engineering from Atlanta, Georgia

Jeremy Bate, a writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN CREATURES
THE FILM VAULT
WILD WOMEN IN HISTORY
MAJOR CITIES' AIRPORTS
(Alex: We want you to name the city.)
CELEBS
"K" MART
    $100 23
This bloodsucking fly found only in Africa spreads sleeping sickness
    $100 6
Brigitta, Marta & Gretl are 3 of the Von Trapp children in this 1965 Oscar winner
    $100 3
Mattie Silks ran the House of Mirrors, once the most famous bordello in this Colorado capital
    $100 12
Heathrow Airport
    $100 11
This director-producer's "Star Wars" has generated more than $4.5 billion from licensed merchandise
    $100 17
College fraternities know it's a small cask or barrel with a capacity of about 15.5 gallons
    $200 24
Species of these in Africa include the puff adder & the gaboon viper
    $200 5
Seen here, Charles Ogle played this legendary monster back in 1910:
    $200 7
Virginia Hill, who drove this gangster "Bugsy", was conveniently out of town when he was killed in her living room
    $200 19
Narita Airport
    $200 13
This author was a high school English teacher in Maine when his first book was published in 1974
    $200 18
Running from stem to stern in the bottom of a hull, it's the main structural part of a ship
    $300 25
The African colobus species of this animal dines on leaves
    $300 4
Yup, it's the western for which Gary Cooper won an acting Oscar
    $300 8
This wild west "Belle" served time in prison for horse theft in 1883
    $300 20
Logan International Airport
    DD: $1,000 14
This superstar has his own beer label, Pale Rider Ale, named for a 1985 film
    $300 28
In 1883 more than 36,000 died following an explosion on this volcanic Indonesian island
    $400 26
The African bush shrike is a species of this
    $400 2
In the 1954 classic "Them!", these insects are turned into monstrous giants by atomic radiation
    $400 9
Just hearing the names of her newsletters -- Smasher's Mail & The Hatchet -- makes us cringe
    $400 21
Marco Polo Airport
    $400 15
There's a statue of this buxom singer on the Sevier County Courthouse lawn in her Tennessee hometown
    $400 29
The pro sports team position played by Ray Guy & Garo Yepremian
    $500 27
The 2-horned black species of this mammal is famous for its prehensile upper lip
    $500 1
Ben Cross & Ian Charleson played the 2 1920s Olympians whose stories were so eloquently told in this 1981 film
    $500 10
Kate Elder, a notorious lady of the evening, is best remembered as this dentist's companion
    $500 22
Lester B. Pearson International Airport
    $500 16
As Dana Owens this rap "Queen" played on 2 state championship basketball teams in high school
    $500 30
It's the Middle Eastern article of clothing seen here:

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

Jeremy Laura John
$3,100 $200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Laura John
$5,500 $400 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICA
"J.P."
POSSESSIVE LIT
(Alex: Possessive literature.)
NOTABLES RHYME TIME
MAKING A PROPHET
WE KNEAD THE DOUGH
    $200 13
Those who live in this capital are known as Quitenos
    $200 21
He stole scenes as a pipsqueak accountant on the run from the mob in "Lethal Weapon 2"
    $200 1
It was the biggest-selling American novel of the 1850s
    $200 6
Cousteau's timepieces
    $200 11
The 13th century prophet Nichiren taught the people of this nation that they were a chosen people
    $200 23
Fermented dough is used to make this tart variety of bread, a San Francisco staple
    $400 17
Atahualpa, who ruled in 1532 & 1533, was this civilization's last emperor
    $400 22
(Hi, I'm Garry Marshall) When I was hired as a wrtiter for the "Tonight Show" in 1959, this host said he liked me because I thought like a 4-year-old
    $400 2
This 4-part satirical novel was published in 1726 as "Travels Into Several Remote Nations of the World"
    $400 7
Sinatra's financial institutions
    $400 12
The angel Gabriel, or Jibril, first spoke to him in a cave near Mecca in 610 A.D.
    $400 24
Oddly, this "national" pastry is called Vienna bread in Denmark
    $600 18
Bolivia's coat of arms features an alpaca & this large vulture
    $600 30
This leather-clad metal band took its name from a Bob Dylan song
    $600 3
Roman Polanski brought this Ira Levin novel to the big screen in 1968
    $600 8
Explorer Ericson's undies
    $600 14
Setting the stage for later revolts, the prophet Hung Hsiu-ch'uan led the Taiping Rebellion in this century
    DD: $1,000 25
In 1912 inventor Otto Rohwedder began work on a groundbreaking machine to do this to bread
    $800 19
Visitors to Rio can take a cable car ride to the top of this 1,296-foot-high granite rock on Guanabara Bay
    $800 29
She played Laurence Olivier's daughter in 1960's "The Entertainer", & became his wife the next year
    DD: $1,500 4
In the 1930s early excerpts of this experimental James Joyce work were published as "Work in Progress"
    $800 9
Disney's beers
    $800 15
In 1863 Baha'u'llah proclaimed himself a long awaited prophet & founded this faith
    $800 27
An early form of bread has been found in Stone Age ruins near Lake Neuchatel in this country
    $1000 20
The Chuquicamata open-pit copper mine, the world's largest, is located in this Chilean desert
    $1000 28
He was the founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival & the Public Theater
    $1000 5
Thomas Hughes published this chronicle of life at an English boys' school in 1857
    $1000 10
Chagall's canine sounds
    $1000 16
The prophet Daniel understood "the writing on the wall" & told this king the bad news
    $1000 26
The first to learn leavening, these ancient people were once called the "Bread Eaters" by the ancient Greeks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Laura John
$11,600 $1,800 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. SENATORS
This former Navy SEAL is the only current member of Congress who has earned the Medal of Honor

Final scores:

Jeremy Laura John
$10,900 $1,600 $1
3-day champion: $33,100 2nd place: Sanyo Blimp Trip in U.S. 3rd place: Viewsonic VP150 Computer Monitor

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Laura John
$10,200 $2,800 $6,100
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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