Show #3613 - Wednesday, April 26, 2000

Contestants

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Gigi Lehman, a home schooling mom from Miami, Florida

Alan Taber, a mechanical engineer from Lancaster, California

Greg Dwyer, a software developer from Houston, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

LINCOLN SPEAKS!
UNION LABELS
THE COOL '70s
LITERARY TOURISM
(Alex: You have to name the actor in this category...)
TITLE FILM FOLK
"SUB" CATEGORY
    $100 8
Lincoln's line "A house divided by itself cannot stand" is a paraphrase from this second gospel
    $100 9
The DGA, this guild, gives awards for achievement in commercials as well as feature films
    $100 1
In 1970 these beds began to flood the market, sometimes literally
    $100 21
NYC's White Horse Tavern is the spot where this Welsh poet imbibed his last before his untimely death in 1953
    $100 26
"The Hurricane"
(1999)
    $100 2
A smaller residential community, like Scarsdale, New York or Greenwich, Connecticut
    $200 13
It's what "government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not" do
    $200 17
Arturo Rodriguez heads the UFW, this union once led by Cesar Chavez
    $200 4
We've uncovered the fact that Burt Reynolds was a nude centerfold in this magazine
    $200 22
Theatre fans know the home seen here is this playwright's birthplace:
(in Stratford-upon-Avon)
    $200 27
"The Talented Mr. Ripley"
(1999)
    $200 3
The one associated with "Oliver Twist" is "The Parish Boy's Progress"
    $300 14
"You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all of the time, but you can't" do this
    $300 18
The NALC, National Association of these, says its members each deliver 41.5 tons of mail a year
    $300 5
She trounced Bobby Riggs in a 1973 "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match
    $300 23
This poet's birthplace in Alloway, Scotland is adjacent to a museum devoted to him
    $300 28
"Doctor Zhivago"
(1965)
    $300 10
The voices of John, Paul, George & Ringo were dubbed by actors for most of this film
    $400 15
In an 1856 speech Lincoln told the crowd, this "is stronger than the bullet"
    $400 19
1.3 million strong, the AFSCME is the American Federation of State, County & these employees
    $400 6
In 1978 this TV series based on a James Michener book ran for only 26 hours, not 100 years
    DD: $800 24
A statue of this writer who died in 1849 graces the capitol grounds in Richmond, VA. -- appropriately, near the bell tower
    $400 29
"Emma"
(1996)
    $400 11
Examples of these are protons & neutrons
    $500 16
"With malice toward none; with" this "for all... let us strive on to finish the work we are in"
    $500 20
The ILA, the union of these "men", is headquartered near the Hudson on NYC's Battery Place
    $500 7
This doctor's "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, But Were Afraid to Ask" was really talked about
    $500 25
A St. Helena, California museum displays the toy soldiers he wrote about in "A Child's Garden of Verses"
    $500 30
"Anna and the King"
(1999)
    $500 12
Bob Dylan was no longer "underground" with this song, his first Top 40 hit

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Greg Alan Gigi
$1,000 $800 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Alan Gigi
$2,900 $2,000 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORATION
MYTHOLOGICAL WORDS & PHRASES
FIRST NAME'S THE SAME
THE PLAY'S THE THING
THE HISTORY OF RAP
SUB CATEGORY
    $200 11
In 1513 he took one of the first Florida cruises, starting near what's now St. Augustine
    $200 5
Traditionally, this container that held all the world's evil was a jar or vase
    $200 16
Gooden,
Moody,
Eisenhower
    $200 25
The Creature is a character in the 1974 Tim Kelly play based on this Mary Shelley tale
    $200 26
Reggae-rap gained popularity with this Lauren Hill band's album "The Score"
    $200 6
The USA's WWII-era Gato class could launch 24 of these; today's Seawolf class carries twice as many
    $400 12
On a trip in this country in 1860 Henri Mouhot set angkor, finding Wat & Thom
    $400 4
This verb meaning to tease is from Tantalus, who was forced to stand in water that receded when he tried to drink
    $400 17
Bronte,
Dickinson,
Post
    DD: $4,000 24
In a Neil Simon play, Paul was thought stuffy since he wouldn't go walking this title way when it was freezing
    $400 27
After being shot 4 times, this rapper tragically died in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996
    $400 7
In the term U-boat, the U stands for a word meaning this -- logical enough for a submarine
    $600 13
Not quite Robert Peary, Edward Parry did set a record for this in 1827, reaching over 82 degrees latitude
    $600 1
This Titan, whose name refers to a type of book, supported the sky on his shoulders, not the Earth
    $600 18
Kun,
Fleck,
Lugosi
    $600 21
According to a 1957 William Inge title, it's where you'd find "the dark"
    $600 28
In the title of Ice-T's album, it's what "O.G." stands for
    $600 8
The Nazis solved the problem of surfacing for air with a tube called this, like one used by swimmers
    $800 14
Exploring from Mombasa, Ludwig Krapf sighted this mountain that shares its name with an African country
    $800 2
Worshiped by farmers & the average Roman, this goddess of agriculture lent her name to the word cereal
    $800 19
Dore,
Eiffel,
Flaubert
    $800 22
In 1970 Louis Nye played this title character's aunt, who was from Brazil, where the nuts come from
    $800 29
This trio helped bring rap music to middle America when they teamed up with Aerosmith on a version of "Walk This Way"
    $800 9
Submarines dive by flooding these tanks
    $1000 15
Diego de Ordaz was the first European to see this Aztec capital on the site of modern Mexico City
    DD: $1,800 3
Derived from the name of the god of wine, it's a drunken or riotous celebration
    $1000 20
Evans,
Head,
Piaf
    $1000 23
It was Stanley Webber's birthday party in this playwright's "The Birthday Party"
    $1000 30
From Staten Island, this rap "clan" of 9 MCs is named after a mythical kung fu sword
    $1000 10
This tower seen here sounds like it's a place from which to conduct a swindle:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Alan Gigi
$3,900 $11,600 $9,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
The 34 peaks of the roof of this city's airport represent mountains that are about 30 miles away

Final scores:

Greg Alan Gigi
$3,800 $19,801 $12,000
3rd place: TicketsNow.com Gift Certificate New champion: $19,801 2nd place: Trip to L'Auberge de Sedona, Arizona

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Greg Alan Gigi
$3,500 $10,800 $6,300
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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