Show #3605 - Friday, April 14, 2000

Contestants

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Katy Beebe, an English major from Belton, Missouri

Jason Karpf, a realtor from Thousand Oaks, California

Zach Martin, a U.S. Marine corporal originally from Seattle, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
DICKENS NOVELS BY CHARACTERS
PLAYING DUMB
LANGUAGES
"IZ" IT
BIGGER THAN A BREADBOX
    $100 1
This country's 26 states include Para, Pernambuco & Amazonas
    $100 3
Noah Claypole,
Mr. Bumble,
The Artful Dodger
    $100 13
On "The Simpsons", when Homer went to Cheers, Norm called this bartender a "brain-dead hick"
    $100 8
The official languages of Wales are Welsh & this
    $100 18
A short test
    $100 26
In the mid-1800s, John Gorrie invented one of these "conditioners" for hospital rooms
    $200 2
London is this country's tenth most populous metropolitan area; Hamilton & Edmonton are larger
    $200 4
Jarvis Lorry,
Lucie Manette,
Sydney Carton
    $200 14
(Hi, I'm Jane Wiedlin of the Go-Go's) I played Joan of Arc in this 1989 film about 2 clueless time travelers
    $200 9
Mazarec is the language of the Mazarec people of Oaxaca in this country
    $200 19
A mechanical gadget or the first name of a big screen gremlin
    $200 27
Glass Magic & Cascade are 2 popular detergents used in these machines
    $300 10
The Cinca River in northeastern Spain rises in these mountains
    $300 5
Clara Peggotty,
Mr. Murdstone,
Uriah Heep
    $300 15
Hey, now! Jeffrey Tambor played Hank Kingsley, this talk show host's self-absorbed sidekick
    $300 21
More than 40 million people speak Urdu as their native language, & most of them live on this continent
    $300 20
He's the 19th century French composer whose work is heard here:
("Toreador Song")
    $300 28
Maytag's Neptune model of this appliance is front loadable & equipped with the "Intellifill" water level selector
    $400 11
This Turkish mountain was first climbed in modern times in 1829, long after Noah
    $400 6
Uncle Pumblechook,
Mr. Wopsle,
Miss Havisham
    $400 16
In this film Rick Rossovich was the lunk whom Steve Martin helped in pursuing Daryl Hannah
    $400 22
This extinct Romance language has the same name as a spotted dog breed
    $400 24
He conquered the Incas
    DD: $1,000 29
It's the famous nickname of former NFL star William Perry
    $500 12
If Italy's boot kicked backwards, it would hit this country whose capital is Tirane
    $500 7
Newman Noggs,
Miss La Creevy,
Wackford Squeers
    $500 17
1920's "The Saphead" was the first feature starring this stone-faced comic
    $500 23
This language spoken in Reykjavik is also called Islenska
    $500 25
On a ship, it's the third "mast"
    $500 30
State of the art models of these use 1080 lines of resolution instead of the old 525

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

Zach Jason Katy
$900 $1,200 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Zach Jason Katy
$2,400 $3,600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT
CLASSIC ALBUM ART
FOOD PEOPLE
OO...MEN
BIRDS
RECENT QUOTATIONS
    $200 1
Contributors to the age from America included Ben Franklin & this third president
    $200 2
The wax figures on the "Sgt. Pepper's" cover were from this museum
    $200 16
Geri Halliwell became famous using this nom de Spice
    $200 18
Reed Smoot's 1902 election to the Senate from this state caused controversy because he was a Mormon leader
    $200 26
Satchmo could tell you it's the largest species of swan
    $200 11
Of the homeless, NYC mayor Giuliani said these "do not exist...for the purpose of people sleeping there"
    $400 6
His discovery of universal gravitation weighed heavily on minds of the great thinkers of the age
    $400 3
She painted her own portrait for her "Clouds", "Ladies of the Canyon" & "Turbulent Indigo" albums
    $400 17
Andrew Lloyd Webber's "grainy" lyricist
    $400 22
Under Herbert Hoover, this man headed the Bureau of Investigation of the Justice Department
    $400 28
To fix their nests to twigs or leaves, hermit hummingbirds use strands of these made by arthropods
    DD: $1,500 12
He lamented, "I had a lot of things I was going to do when I became the first first man"
    $600 7
Under her rule in 1783, Russia licensed private publishing houses
    $600 4
John Entwistle of this band drew the cover of its album "By Numbers"
    $600 19
A hot & spicy "Rocky Horror Picture Show" actor, or a hot & spicy Indian dish
    DD: $1,500 23
In the second column from the right, sixth down, John Witherspoon's signature can be seen on this
    $600 29
Species of these include purple, house & sand; no Dino
    $600 13
At a 1999 trial, this lawyer said, "If you design or build a mall, it should be open to one and all"
    $800 8
The Age of Enlightenment in Europe is said to have ended with this country's revolution
    $800 5
The album art of Paul Anka's 1976 "The Painter" was by this pop artist who also did the Stones' "Sticky Fingers"
    $800 20
Ballpark food favorite that's a character on "M*A*S*H"
    $800 24
The first pilot to fly across the U.S. in less than a day; he also made a famous flight to Japan
    $800 30
The ivory-billed species of this bird is in danger of extinction
    $800 14
In "Stiffed" this feminist asks, "How can men be oppressed when the culture has...identified them as the oppressors?"
    $1000 9
In a 1784 essay, this German philosopher, who critiqued pure reason, asked, "What is enlightenment?"
    $1000 10
A drawing by pin-up artist Vargas graced the cover of this group's "Candy-O"
    $1000 21
This "cereal" actor played Bones Barboni in 1995's "Get Shorty"
    $1000 25
"Cabaret" goes back to one of his "Berlin Stories"
    $1000 27
Not to complain, but the ruffed is the best-known & widest-ranging North American species of this bird
    $1000 15
In 1999 he called on fellow national leaders..
(rest of the clue inaudible when game was entered by archivist)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Zach Jason Katy
$5,400 $11,000 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POTENT POTABLES
Founded in Cuba in 1862, it's the world's bestselling brand of spirits

Final scores:

Zach Jason Katy
$10,800 $11,000 $0
2nd place: a trip to El Cid Mega Resort, Mazatlan, Mexico New champion: $11,000 3rd place: an Oz Airlines hot air balloon adventure over Southern California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Zach Jason Katy
$5,400 $8,400 $4,400
13 R,
4 W
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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