Show #3587 - Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Contestants

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Haley Thomas, a contracting manager from San Pedro, California

Andrew Burke, a technical writer from Atlanta, Georgia

Dave Fisher, an actor from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

VETERINARIANS
SPORTS LINGO
U.S. PRESIDENTS
POTPOURRI
SONG & DANCE MEN
WITH OR WITHOUT U
    $100 16
Vets help prevent bird owners from catching psittacosis, known as this bird's "fever"
    $100 6
In basketball this violation occurs when you take more than the allowed number of steps while holding the ball
    $100 1
He was criticized for not invading Baghdad & removing Saddam Hussein during the Gulf War
    $100 17
A truly terrified person is said to be "shaking in" this footgear
    $100 10
After "Singin' in the Rain", he found sun in his next directorial effort, "It's Always Fair Weather"
    $100 22
We heard stories that this Fleetwood Mac album held the No. 1 spot for 31 weeks
    $200 27
(Hi, I'm Mike Farrell; I play a veterinarian on "Providence") An epizootic is the animal world's equivalent of this type of disease outbreak among humans
    $200 7
Bowlers are more likely to get a strike if they hit this space between the 1 & 3 or 1 & 2 pins
    $200 2
Communist forces invaded South Korea during his second term
    $200 18
Cirque du Soleil performs its dazzling "Alegria" show at the Beau Rivage Resort in Biloxi in this state
    $200 11
Seen here, he began working in Hollywood in the '20s:
    $200 23
Sir Walter of Disney had a "Wonderful World of" this
    $300 28
When a veterinarian spays your dog, she removes these organs
    $300 8
This sharp bend in a golf fairway sounds like a canine appendage
    $300 3
7 months into his term in 1929, the stock market crashed
    $300 19
Heloise says to remove this from the screen in the clothes dryer & toss it to the birds; they'll use it in their nests
    $300 12
Nickname of tap dancer Bill Robinson, who often acted & sang with Shirley Temple
    $300 24
In a race, the horse with the lowest odds is this
    $400 29
In the U.S., to become a veterinarian, you'll need this 4-year professional degree
    $400 9
In football you'd better pray to a "higher power" to complete one of these last minute near-impossible passes
    DD: $400 4
The White House was burned by the British while he was president
    $400 20
Aviatrix is a feminine form of this noun
    $400 13
The subject of his own movie "All That Jazz", he was the snake in the movie of "The Little Prince"
    $400 25
Natalie Wood found it "in the Grass"
    $500 30
The Center for Veterinary Medicine, which regulates drugs given to animals, is a part of this federal agency
    $500 15
It's 3 goals by the same player in a game of soccer, as well as hockey
    $500 5
He sent U.S. soldiers into Little Rock, Ark. to enforce a court order mandating school desegregation
    $500 21
The 1999 Tony for Scenic Design went to "Not About Nightingales" by this late Southern playwright
    $500 14
(Hi, I'm Brad Garrett of "Everybody Loves Raymond") Everybody loved this actor-dancer who sang "Once in Love With Amy"
    $500 26
I do declare, watching condensation trails left by jets gives me these

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

Dave Andrew Haley
$1,400 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Andrew Haley
$1,900 $3,200 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

VETERANS
(Alex: Not veterinarians.)
RECENT FILMS
GEOGRAPHIC PAIRS
YOU DO THE MATH
"OF" LITERATURE
VERB-OSITY
    $200 11
The Bonus Army that marched on Washington in 1932 was made up of veterans of this war
    $200 1
We love the name of this 1999 Ashley Judd thriller (no need to ask why)
    $200 14
Trinidad is over 15 times the size of this national partner
    $200 22
Number of days in a leap year minus the number of days in a week
    $200 5
It's the title of Tom Wolfe's "fiery" 1987 bestseller
    $200 19
You can do it to a hint, a subject or charges
    $400 12
This late veteran bombardier wrote a novel about a bombardier, "Catch-22"
    $400 2
Kevin Spacey & Annette Bening played an awesomely dysfunctional suburban couple in this 1999 drama
    $400 15
In exploration this name is paired with Clark; in the Outer Hebrides it's paired with Harris
    $400 24
The number of U.S. senators times the number of amendments in the Bill of Rights
    $400 6
Hemingway reportedly considered this short story about a dying novelist on African safari to be his best
    $400 20
It means to sharpen, but it's now used before "in on" to mean focusing on a target
    $600 13
The name of this group chartered in 1936 reflects its membership of soldiers who served overseas
    $600 3
This Broadway star plays the voice of Snowbell the Cat in "Stuart Little":
    DD: $1,000 16
Alsatian, a German dialect, is the Lingua franca, not the Lingua germanica, of this paired region
    $600 7
"A la recherche du temps perdu" is the French title of this Proust masterpiece
    $600 21
This 5-letter word can mean to disentangle or to separate threads, just like it would if you added "un"
    $800 25
U.S. senator John McCain is a Vietnam veteran of this armed service
    $800 4
Her 1814 novel "Mansfield Park" became a 1999 film featuring playwright Harold Pinter as Fanny's rich uncle
    $800 17
This cattle-breeding region is paired with Schleswig in Germany's northernmost state
    $800 8
Former jeweler Clym Yeobright is the title returnee in this Thomas Hardy novel
    DD: $1,000 23
In the U.S. this furniture verb means to stop discussing a topic, but in the U.K. it means to start
    $1000 26
This "army" of Union veterans of the Civil War disbanded in 1956, the year its last member died
    $1000 10
Look closely: some of the brides chasing Chris O'Donnell at the end of this film are male extras in drag
    $1000 18
In South Carolina Greenville & this city are paired in the name of an international airport
    $1000 9
A gentleman impersonates a king to save the title "prisoner" in this Anthony Hope work
    $1000 27
It means to beat or reprimand, not to moisten a young sheep while cooking it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Andrew Haley
$2,700 $8,000 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRETTY FLOWERS
Growing this pretty flower seen here can get you in big trouble

Final scores:

Dave Andrew Haley
$0 $11,401 $100
3rd place: Jazz CDs & JVC Stereo System New champion: $11,401 2nd place: Trip to Wyndham El Conquistador Resort & Country Club, Puerto Rico

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Andrew Haley
$2,700 $7,800 $5,300
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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