Show #3664 - Thursday, July 6, 2000

Doug Lach game 1.

Contestants

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Doug Lach, a product development manager from Columbus, Ohio

Cori Collins, a perfusionist from Conyers, Georgia

Glen Savory, an Air Force contracting officer originally from Georgetown, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $33,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

CAPITAL
APPLE
EPIC
REPRISE
SUN
"A" & "M"
    $100 26
Rainfall is rare in this capital of Peru
    $100 16
It's what Americans, like Dolly Parton, call apple brandy
    $100 1
Like the "Aeneid", Ennius' mostly-lost epic "Annales" traces this city's founding back to Aeneas
    $100 10
Andre Braugher & Daniel Baldwin were among the cast members who returned for a 2000 TV movie of this cop show
    $100 5
It's defined as the Sun & the planets, moons, & whatever the heck else revolves around it
    $100 4
When you're not home, it picks up the phone
    $200 27
Yokusuka & Yokohama lie on the same harbor as this capital
    $200 17
His face was planted on a U.S. stamp released September 24, 1966
    $200 2
After "The Three Musketeers", he wrote the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre epic, "Queen Margot"
    $200 11
On film she reprised the role of action hero Ellen Ripley in 1986, 1992, & 1997
    $200 6
As if the sun didn't do enough, its activity also provides this type of display seen here:
    $200 15
Campers have "inflated" opinions about these sleep devices
    $300 28
When Bobby Fischer beat Boris Spassky in 1972 for the world chess title, they were in this world capital
    $300 18
After this mythical king took an apple from a tree, it became like those of the Hesperides
    $300 3
Nobel Prize winner Odysseus Elytis previously won this country's national prize for his epic poetry
    $300 12
He played Max Klinger on "AfterMash" as well as on "M*A*S*H"
    $300 7
If the sun burns out, we'll need another light source emitting 3.83 x 10 to the 26th power of these units
    $300 21
The Sahara portion of this range begins in Morocco & extends into Algeria
    $400 29
This city's highest hill at almost 400 feet was built out of rubble collected after WWII
    $400 19
In 1687 he gave a unified description of the motion of the moon & the fall of an apple
    $400 8
The hero of the 1915 epic "Los De Abajo", "The Underdogs" serves with this Mexican revolutionary
    $400 13
She played Sissy in the Broadway & film versions of "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean"
    $400 24
In the main reaction making the sun's energy, 2 of these nuclear particles fuse & one becomes a neutron
    DD: $600 22
The National Gallery of Art came into being with a donation of art & a gallery by this financier
    $500 30
Now capital, Gaborone was the administrative seat of Bechuanaland, which became this country in 1966
    $500 20
This thickener of fruit jellies is obtained from apples
    $500 9
This hero is "furioso", or enraged in the title of a 16th century epic by Ariosto
    $500 14
He reprised his role of Joe Mannix for an episode of "Diagnosis Murder" in 1997
    $500 25
Aristotle made a simple type of this "camera" using a hole in a screen to create a simply-viewed image of the sun
    $500 23
The AM in AM radio stands for this

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

Glen Cori Doug
$1,100 $800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Glen Cori Doug
$2,500 $1,700 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE REIGN OF TERROR
COMMON BONDS
EBONY
(The Magazine)
L.A. AREA MUSEUMS
STORY SONGS
STARTS WITH 3 CONSONANTS
    $200 1
Her husband was guillotined during the Reign of Terror in 1794, & 2 years later, she married Napoleon
    $200 14
Diddley,
Peep,
Derek
    $200 26
In 1971 Ebony moved into one of the first buildings built by a black business in this city's Loop
    $200 6
The California Science Center refused to yield this theater to Disney for the new "Fantasia", so Disney built one
    $200 7
A Johnny Cash song ends with a man deciding to name his son "Bill or George! Anything but" this
    $200 21
This element was discovered in 1774; before then, swimming pools must have been pretty unpleasant
    $400 2
During the Reign of Terror, ceilings were set for wages & these
    $400 15
Wells,
graves,
rock & roll music
    $400 27
This reverend helped close the proceedings on the 1996 TV special "Celebrate the Dream---50 Years of Ebony"
    $400 12
Visitors to this hilltop art "center" enter via the tram arrival plaza
    $400 8
In a Bobbie Gentry ode, Papa says this boy "Never had a lick of sense, pass the biscuits, please"
    $400 22
Also meaning the main cause, the "main" one of these is found in clocks
    $600 3
In a December 3, 1792 speech, this lawyer & political leader declared, "Louis must perish!"
    $600 16
U.S. quarter,
dollar bill,
only 1 state flag
    $600 28
A picture at Dr. King's funeral made Ebony's Moneta Sleet, Jr. the 1st black male photographer to win this prize
    $600 13
The Norton Simon Museum in this city a-rose anew & is parading its redesigned look
    DD: $800 9
Lou Reed's 1973 hit "Walk on the Wild Side" was inspired by the friends of this artist
    $600 23
(Picture of a note): 6-letter word for hasty writing that may be illegible
    $800 4
In 1793 the Committee of Public this was created to rule the country
    DD: $900 17
Files,
liquor,
Secretary Donna Shalala
    $800 29
For its first national ad account, Ebony went to the "top", to this radio & later TV maker
    $800 19
Periodically, his Western Heritage Museum in Griffith Park hosts Western serenades
    $800 10
Before his fatal accident, Tommy "Couldn't get Laura on the phone so to her mother Tommy said" this
    $800 24
It means to spend money lavishly indulging oneself, perhaps while on a spree
    $1000 5
The Cult of the Supreme Being, based on this Swiss-French philosopher's deism was made an official religion
    $1000 18
Codes,
songs,
Southern Florida
    $1000 30
The first issue included a profile of this author of "Native Son"
    $1000 20
We just now heard it's the "C" in MOCA, a museum in downtown L.A.
    $1000 11
The hero of this Kenny Rogers song is named Tommy, "But folks just called him Yellow"
    $1000 25
The mistle type of this common songbird is seen here:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Glen Cori Doug
$6,700 $3,900 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ACADEMY AWARD HISTORY
The first African-American Best Actress nominee, her life was the subject of a 1999 HBO film

Final scores:

Glen Cori Doug
$13,400 $200 $15,900
2nd place: Trip to Sweptaway, Jamaica 3rd place: TicketsNow.com gift certificate New champion: $15,900

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Glen Cori Doug
$6,500 $4,500 $9,800
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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