Show #3606 - Monday, April 17, 2000

Contestants

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Chris Meding, a lawyer from New York City, New York

Erich Steinbergs, an entrepreneur from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Jason Karpf, a realtor from Thousand Oaks, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

'ROUND THE WORLD
HIGH SCHOOL TV
BEASTLY COMMON BONDS
FILE UNDER "B"
STATE OF THE UNION
A DRESS
    $100 8
The Sam McGuire Football Cup is awarded to a league champion in this island country
    $100 4
John Travolta & Gabe Kaplan starred in this series about a classroom of remedial students
    $100 18
Bufflehead,
eider,
teal
    $100 13
It's a British bottom or an American tramp
    $100 1
You'll find the USA's tallest building in this state
    $100 23
This diminuitive dress style seen here was introduced by Mary Quant in the 1960s:
    $200 9
Even at 5.4 million square miles, it's the world's smallest ocean
    $200 5
Robin Givens & Howard Hesseman were featured in this series about a classroom of honors students
    $200 19
Bushmaster,
coral,
hognose
    $200 14
A chance spectator; one may be innocent
    $200 2
More breakfast cereal is produced in this state's city of Battle Creek than any other place on Earth
    $200 24
Often used as a dressing robe, it's the Asian style of dress seen here:
    $300 10
A manufacturing powerhouse since the Industrial Revolution, this city is England's 2nd largest in population
    $300 28
You might want to hang with this title high school teacher played by Mark Curry
    $300 20
Tucuxi,
bottle-nosed,
spinner
    $300 15
The Royal Sonesta Hotel in New Orleans has a webcam aimed at this famous street
    $300 3
The light bulb & the phonograph were invented in this state
    $300 25
"Canine" favorite of the 1950s seen here:
    $400 11
Of Brazil, India or Australia, the one that's largest in area
    DD: $500 29
This series that debuted in the '70s was set in the '50s & featured students of Jefferson High
    $400 21
White-tailed,
harpy,
golden
    $400 16
Sport seen here as it looked way back in 1932:
(Winter Olympics mainstay)
    $400 6
This state's "Crater of Diamonds" near Murfreesboro is the only diamond mine in the U.S.
    $400 26
Don't apologize, it's the popular Hindu style of garment seen here:
    $500 12
You'll find the Dolomite Alps rising to nearly 11,000 feet in this European country
    $500 30
In 1952 Wally Cox was this title science teacher
    $500 22
Harbor,
northern fur,
bearded
    $500 17
From the Latin for "projecting", it's a rich silk cloth with a raised pattern in gold or silver
    $500 7
This state gets fewer inches of rain each year than any other
    $500 27
This term for the dress seen here could also apply to its Roaring '20s wearers:

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

Jason Erich Chris
$1,300 -$400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Erich Chris
$4,900 -$100 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETS & POETRY
WORD ORIGINS
FILL IN THE BIBLICAL BLANK
"IN" THE MOVIES
YOU DO THE MATH
ROYAL WOMEN
    $200 6
"The Coming of Arthur" & "Gareth and Lynette" are parts of his "Idylls of the King"
    $200 1
This nickname for a potato comes from the sharp spade used to dig it up
    $200 26
Isaiah 53:7 -- "He is brought as a lamb to the ____"
    $200 14
This 1996 blockbuster showed humanity fighting for freedom from enslaving aliens on July 4
    $200 19
The number of loaves in a baker's dozen plus the number of months in a year
    $200 9
As a princess, Queen Margrethe II of Denmark studied philosophy at this Danish capital's university
    $400 7
This romantic poet's name gave us an adjective for the type of hero he created -- a brooding young man
    $400 2
Meaning "light bringer", it refers to Venus when appearing as the morning star, or to Satan
    $400 30
1 John 4:8 -- "He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is ____"
    $400 15
A skyscraper burns, baby, burns in this all-star 1974 disaster flick
    $400 20
The traditional number of wise men of the East times the number of Ali Baba's thieves
    $400 10
She doesn't look amused in the portrait seen here:
    $600 8
"Resolution and Independence" is found in this lake poet's 1807 "Poems in Two Volumes"
    $600 3
From Latin for "cuttlefish", it's the brown color of the cuttlefish ink once used to make a brown dye
    $600 29
Genesis 4:15 -- "And the Lord set a mark upon ____"
    $600 16
Miniaturized Navy test pilot Dennis Quaid is accidentally injected into Martin Short in this 1987 comedy
    $600 21
Number of "Days of Christmas" in the carol divided by its number of French hens
    $600 11
Queen Liliuokalani was born in 1838 in what is now this state capital
    DD: $1,000 24
The leaves of grass at this poet's grave surround a tomb of his own design in Harleigh Cemetery
    DD: $800 4
Today it simply means a sailing race; in the Venetian dialect, it meant a gondola race
    $800 28
Mark 2:9 -- "Arise, and take up thy bed, and ____"
    $800 17
Matthew Perry & Salma Hayek hurry into marriage in this 1997 romance
    $800 22
The original title number of Disney dalmatians minus the number of Snow White's dwarfs
    $800 12
Alix was the original name of this German-born empress of Russia
    $1000 25
Last name of poet Wystan Hugh, who wrote, "A poet's hope: to be, like some valley cheese, local, but prized elsewhere"
    $1000 5
Chiefly used in Louisiana, it's Creole for a gift given a customer by a shopkeeper at the time of purchase
    $1000 27
1 Corinthians 15:26 -- "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is ____"
    $1000 18
In this loopy film, Peter Falk involves dentist Alan Arkin in a possible CIA plot before their kids' wedding
    $1000 23
The number of pounds in a ton multiplied by the number of feet in a yard
    $1000 13
Maria Cristina ruled as queen regent of this country during the childhood of her son Alfonso XIII

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Erich Chris
$9,700 $2,700 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BRAND NAME PEOPLE
Immigrating to the U.S. at age 17, he cooked at the Plaza in New York & catered Pres. Wilson's wedding reception in 1915

Final scores:

Jason Erich Chris
$8,999 $5,299 $0
2-day champion: $19,999 2nd place: Intel Any Point Home Network Software 3rd place: American Historic Society Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Erich Chris
$9,700 $2,700 $4,900
28 R,
3 W
10 R,
4 W
12 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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