Show #3603 - Wednesday, April 12, 2000

Mike Blumenfeld game 4.

Contestants

[<< previous game]

Rob Storrs, a computer programmer originally from Millersville, Maryland

Jane Mesereau, a registered nurse from Cleveland, Ohio

Mike Blumenfeld, a network administrator from Minneapolis, Minnesota (whose 3-day cash winnings total $28,500)

[next game >>]

Jeopardy! Round

CONTINENTS BY DESERT
COCKNEY RHYMING SLANG
JAPANESE HISTORY
THEIR FIRST FEATURE FILMS
SNACKIN' ON
ACADEMIA NUTS
    $100 1
Sonoran,
Chihuahuan
    $100 7
The name of this nursery rhyme pair is Cockney rhyming slang for a hill
    $100 8
Upon his death in 1989, he had served as emperor 62 years, the longest reign in Japanese history
    $100 6
They made their film debut in "Wild on the Beach" in 1965, the same year they recorded "I Got You, Babe"
    $100 16
The black type of this rubbery cinema treat is flavored with the root of a plant of the same name
    $100 22
Theoretical physicist John Dalton stated firmly in 1803, "Thou knowest no man can split" one of these
    $200 2
Gibson,
Great Sandy
    $200 27
This relative is your currant bun
    $200 10
As a result of its 1904-1905 war with this country, Japan received control of Manchuria
    $200 9
"Leprechaun" introduced her in 1993, 1 year before she found her real pot of gold as Rachel on "Friends"
    $200 17
They come in multiple colors & have the 13th letter of the alphabet stamped on them
    $200 23
In the 1600s Thomas Browne reportedly stated this hardest mineral "Is yet made soft by the blood of a goat"
    DD: $200 3
Taklimakan,
Negev
    $300 28
You might sit in your lion's lair -- chair -- while reading your linen draper -- this
    $300 11
In 1457 Ota Dokan built a castle on the present site of the Imperial Palace in this city
    $300 13
Barbara Hershey's first film role was as Doris Day's stepdaughter in the 1968 comedy "With Six You Get" this
    $300 19
This Southern "canine" specialty is really a small cornmeal dumpling
    $300 24
Uranus discoverer William Herschel thought this body "Is richly stored with inhabitants" -- presumably well-tanned ones
    $400 4
Patagonian,
Atacama
    $400 12
These professional warriors wore 2 swords as a symbol of their caste
    $400 14
This "Lethal Weapon" lady was a model before "Major League" made her a major league film star
    $400 20
Mmmm! They're small pieces of fried hog fat eaten as a snack
    $400 25
In 1872 physiology prof. Pierre Pachet said this Frenchman's theory of germs was "ridiculous fiction"
    $500 5
Nubian,
Namib
    $500 18
In the 13th C., Kublai Khan's invading navy was destroyed by a great storm later called this, or "divine wind"
    $500 15
She debuted as Sister Pia in the 1976 film "A Matter of Time", which starred her mother, Ingrid Bergman
    $500 21
Another name for appetizers, it's French for "outside the work"
    $500 26
Biologist Alfred Russel Wallace said that this skull bump study "Will prove to be the true science of the mind"

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

Mike Jane Rob
$1,300 $1,300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Jane Rob
$1,400 $1,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THE ARTIST
TRAVEL & TOURISM
SAME NAME AS A POPE
TALKIN' BASEBALL
SHORT STORIES
WORD PUZZLES
    $200 6
"Two Tahitian Women"
    $200 1
The ancient ruins of Carthage stand just outside this Tunisian capital
    $200 26
The second Pope, or the first name of Nobel Prize winner Pauling
    $200 15
When a player "hits for the cycle", it means he hits a single, a double, a triple & this all in the same game
    $200 21
Short story that describes Katrina Von Tassel as the "only child of a substantial Dutch farmer"
    $200 16
When you're here, you might feel like you're drowning:
----------------------------------
IN
YOUR HEAD
    $400 7
"Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer"
    $400 2
U.S. national park in which you'd find the Bat Cave, along with the Big Room & the Giant Dome
    $400 27
The first name of a 1990s first lady, or a similarly-named Pope in 461
    $400 14
Though this pitch was banned in 1920, 17 pitchers were allowed to keep using it; the last was Burleigh Grimes in 1934
    $400 22
In this story, Jabez Stone, a New Hampshire farmer, sells his soul to the Devil for 10 years of prosperity
    $400 17
A bad thing for a burglar to hear:
----------------------------------
ARREST
YOU'RE
    $600 8
"The Potato Eaters"
    $600 3
William Broughton named this snow-capped Oregon peak for a British admiral
    $600 28
The saintly Pope in 269, or the first name of half of TV's "Odd Couple"
    $600 11
The Cactus League refers to spring training games in the Southwest; this term refers to those played in Florida
    DD: $700 23
As a brilliant surgeon in his daydreams, this henpecked title character saves the life of a millionaire
    $600 18
Something your clone might say:
----------------------------------
I'M MYSELF
    $800 9
"Cow's Skull: Red, White and Blue"
    $800 4
His national historic site includes his birthplace, his gravesite & Ebenezer Baptist Church
    $800 29
The celebrated Pope from the turn of the first millennium, or a Warner Bros. "Puddy Tat"
    $800 12
This Dodger manager was referring to the New York Giants when he reportedly said, "Nice guys finish last"
    $800 24
Saul Bellow was responsible for translating this Yiddish writer's short story "Gimpel the Fool" into English
    $800 19
It's simply irresistible:
----------------------------------
FORCE
WHELMING
    $1000 10
"Pear Blossom Highway"
    $1000 5
The Fiji Museum stands inside this capital's Thurston Gardens
    $1000 30
The Pope in 913, or the first name of Calrissian of the "Star Wars" films
    DD: $1,300 13
The 1982 World Series was known as the "Suds Series" because these 2 teams had beer connections
    $1000 25
This mining camp's "outcasts" included a gambler, 2 prostitutes, a drunk & 2 young lovers
    $1000 20
You might try this off the diving board:
----------------------------------
PILF

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Jane Rob
$8,200 $3,800 $6,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

SPACE EXPLORATION
A plaque left on the Moon in July 1969 contains the signatures of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin & these 2 men

Final scores:

Mike Jane Rob
$3,900 $2,800 $2,200
4-day champion: $32,400 2nd place: Trip to St. James Club, Antigua 3rd place: 1-800-Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Jane Rob
$8,200 $3,900 $5,900
20 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

[game responses] [game scores] [suggest correction]

The J! Archive is created by fans, for fans. The Jeopardy! game show and all elements thereof, including but not limited to copyright and trademark thereto, are the property of Jeopardy Productions, Inc. and are protected under law. This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or operated by Jeopardy Productions, Inc. Join the discussion at JBoard.tv.