Show #3586 - Monday, March 20, 2000

Contestants

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Dave Fisher, an actor from Los Angeles, California

Tony Burrell, an attorney from Austell, Georgia

Melissa Gaul, a quality manager from Shoreview, Minnesota

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Jeopardy! Round

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
VIDEO POTPOURRI
HELLO, NEWTON!
TV DUALISTS
(Alex: We will give you different roles, you have to identify the actor who played those roles.)
FOOD-O
(Alex: Foods that end in the letter O.)
BIRD VERBS
    $100 1
On July 14, 1789 Camille Desmoulins incited a mob to storm this fortress, thus beginning the revolution
    $100 3
The items seen here are designed for use on this natural surface:
    $100 6
A student of this university's Trinity College, Newton graduated in 1665 without honors or distinction
    $100 7
Barnaby Jones,
Uncle Jed Clampett
    $100 26
It suggests serving its jiggly sparkling white grape flavor in champagne glasses
    $100 12
Evade by crouching
    $200 2
The French Revolution ended when he seized control of the Directory on November 9, 1799
    $200 4
Body part that lends its name to the household fastener seen here:
    DD: $500 16
Newton designed one of these that used mirrors in addition to lenses
    $200 8
Tom Corbett,
Dr. David Banner
    $200 27
The leaves & stems of the plant this ketchup ingredient comes from are poisonous
    $200 13
Normally paired with "out", this "fowl" verb means to lose one's nerve
    $300 20
Just prior to his January 21, 1793 execution, he cried out, "People, I die innocent"
    $300 5
It's the boulevard where you'll see this object & hundreds of others just like it:
(Alex Trebek's star on the "Walk of Fame")
    $300 17
A falling apple gave Newton some ideas about what type of force could hold this heavenly body in its path
    $300 9
Sophie Berger,
Mrs. Cunningham
    $300 28
This popular Spanish soup of chopped veggies is served cold
    $300 14
One who peddles goods by yelling out to potential customers is said to do this
    $400 21
This revolutionary wrote his radical "Journal" while sitting in a warm bath to ease the pain of a skin disease
    $400 22
It's the capital city of the nation that shares its name with the type of object seen here:
(china plate)
    $400 18
In the 1690s Newton was the bane of counterfeiters, introducing newly milled edges while working here
    $400 10
Officer Bill Gannon,
Col. Sherman Potter
    $400 29
This old chocolate-flavored milk supplement helped you drink up vitamin D & iron
    $400 15
A long-necked wading bird gave us this verb meaning to stretch one's neck for a better view
    $500 25
Reign of Terror leader who served as president of the Jacobin Society
    $500 23
It's the "indecisive" type of lizard seen here:
    $500 19
This English astronomer paid for the publication of Newton's masterwork, the "Principia"
    $500 11
Judge Bone,
Uncle Martin
    $500 24
As a noun, it's the cry of a rooster; as a verb, it means to exult blatantly over the misfortune of another

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

Melissa Tony Dave
$200 $300 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Melissa Tony Dave
$700 $1,600 $4,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE INDIAN OCEAN
"LE" CATEGORIE
BASEBALL LIT
MOVIE QUOTES
(Alex: In which you have to name the film.)
NOTABLE NAMES
2-LETTER TERMS
    $200 5
On parts of Australia's coast, the high & low ones may vary by only a foot or 2
    $200 4
He's always falling for black cats who've had a white stripe accidentally painted on them
    $200 26
A nickname for a left-handed pitcher, or the title of the book leading up to "Bang the Drum Slowly"
    $200 1
1939:
"I'll get you, my pretty, and your little dog, too!"
    $200 8
Years after his death, the social teachings of this man reached into the heart of America:
(died in 1948)
    $200 18
Random House defines this Yiddishism as an interjection of "dismay, pain, annoyance, grief, etc."
    $400 14
The most valuable mineral resource under the ocean, it's been found in the Bay of Bengal as well as the Persian Gulf
    $400 6
In December 1944 it went to press, bringing world news to Parisians
    $400 28
Rolfe Humphries wrote a poem about these "grounds" where the New York Giants played
    $400 2
1997:
"I've been frozen for 30 years. I've got to see if my bits and pieces are still working"
    $400 9
He finally "faded away" at age 84 in 1964:
    $400 19
In Spanish it means "I"; in English it can precede "Wassup?"
    $600 23
Like an old bottle of wine, the Indian Ocean builds up this -- some of the world's thickest at the mouth of the Ganges
    $600 7
Some legends say she was King Arthur's sister
    $600 3
1987:
"Nobody puts Baby in a corner"
    $600 10
This "uncertain" man was director of Berlin's Max Planck Physics Institute from 1942 to 1945
    $600 20
From Latin for "thing", it means "with reference to"
    DD: $600 24
This sea is bounded by India on the east & the peninsula of the same name on the west
    $800 15
This Swiss-born French architect thought of the ideal house as "A machine for living"
    $800 27
This Mets pitcher, "Tom Terrific", got less than terrific reviews for his mystery novel "Beanball"
    $800 12
1979, said to Shirley MacLaine:
"I like to watch"
    $800 11
This useful Englishman was known as the Father of Utilitarianism, & that works for me
    $800 21
When people refer to "The Big" this, they don't mean baseball slugger Vaughn
    $1000 25
This Tanzanian capital whose name means "haven of peace" is a major Indian Ocean port
    $1000 16
George Wallace drafted this general as his running mate in 1968
    $1000 13
1935:
The toast was "To a new world of gods and monsters!"
    $1000 17
An acting competition is named for this woman who played Granny on "The Beverly Hillbillies"
    $1000 22
It's the pants-&-jacket outfit worn when doing martial arts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Melissa Tony Dave
$3,700 $6,400 $4,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ARMIES OF THE WORLD
The national orchestra of this nation on the Mediterranean Sea is larger than its army

Final scores:

Melissa Tony Dave
$3,600 $2,800 $6,500
2nd place: a Zenith 36" stereo TV & DirecTV satellite system 3rd place: a Sony Card $1,000 shopping spree New champion: $6,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Melissa Tony Dave
$3,700 $7,000 $4,600
11 R,
2 W
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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