Show #3641 - Monday, June 5, 2000

Contestants

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David Bleich, a lawyer from Scarsdale, New York

Robin Zorthian, a part-time administrator from Greenwich, Connecticut

Kevin Glaccum, an actor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

JOHN HANCOCK
(Alex: Remember him?)
LET'S GO BOWLING
GIRL SCOUTING
BODIES OF WATER
ALL-AMERICAN FOOD
(Alex: Each correct response will include a U.S. place name.)
FILE UNDER "D"
    $100 26
Though without military experience, Hancock expected the commander-in-chief job that went to this man
    $100 18
If you knock down all 10 pins on your first throw in a frame, you've scored one of these
    $100 16
Proceeds from the annual sale of these benefit the local councils & troops
    $100 9
Century in which Europeans first visited Lake Chad
    $100 4
On Fridays many people like to chow down on this thick, creamy style of clam chowder
    $100 1
The "bones" in this game are pulled out of the "boneyard"
    $200 27
On the night of April 18, 1775 this man rode to Lexington to warn Hancock to get out of town
    $200 19
A perfect game is this score
    $200 17
Girls learn to enjoy several styles of this art form to earn the badge seen here:
(one style possibly ballet)
    $200 10
India attempted to put a satellite into orbit in March 1987, but wound up putting it into this bay
    $200 5
This spicy poultry appetizer is popularly served with blue-cheese dressing & celery sticks
    $200 2
Event a decathlon competitor always throws
    $300 28
Hancock was one of 2 men to do this on July 4, 1776; he did it again, with a flourish, in August
    $300 20
When throwing your ball, don't cross this "line" that's 60 feet from the pins
    $300 23
A girl studies this science to earn the badge seen here:
(fronts & thunderstorms)
    DD: $600 11
To get to the bottom of this sea, try the Cayman Trench
    $300 6
Some credit a Delmonico's chef with cooking up this dessert of ice cream covered in meringue & browned
    $300 3
This commodore who beat the Barbary Pirates was killed in a duel with a man he had court-martialed
    $400 29
In a speech, Hancock said the perpetrators of this 1770 event would have to show God their bloody hands
    $400 21
The headpin is also known by this "royal" name
    $400 24
Girls in high school participate in this highest level of Girl Scouting
    $400 12
The Ungava Peninsula of Quebec juts into a bay & strait named for this explorer
    $400 7
Named for the city of its birth, deep-dish or pan pizza is also called this
    $400 14
Rub-a-dub-dub, this Greek philosopher lived in a tub
    $500 30
To tell the veritas, John did a lousy job as treasurer of this college, his alma mater
    $500 22
This organization that sanctions tournaments is abbreviated the PBA
    $500 25
A girl might go to a Junior Achievement event on this subject to earn the badge seen here:
(lemonade stand)
    $500 13
Using reinforced concrete, Italian engineer Riccardo Morandi bridged this Venezuelan lake
    $500 8
Your first taste of sushi might be this dish containing avocado, crab meat & cucumber
    $500 15
It's the art of decorating with shellacked paper cutouts

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

Kevin Robin David
-$700 $1,800 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Robin David
-$600 $3,100 $4,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS & AUTHORS
HE WAS IN THAT?
OH, MY ACHING BACK!
TO THE NINES
COUNTRIES BY CITY
(Alex: We'll give you the cities.)
_____&____
    $200 1
This actor's book "Cinderella Story: My Life in Golf" gets its title from one of his lines in the movie "Caddyshack"
    $200 6
Brian Dennehy played a bartender in this film that made Bo Derek a household number...I mean, name
    $200 11
Fewer than 10% of back problems are from slippage of these pads that cushion vertebrae
    $200 18
In nine ball, this must hit the lowest numbered ball on the table before it hits any other ball
    $200 12
In Southeast Asia:
Pattaya,
Udon Thani,
Bangkok
    $200 30
Carl Sagan said he never uttered this phrase associated with him & checked the "Cosmos" tapes to prove it
    $400 2
Books by this master of horror include "The Door to December" & "Demon Seed"
    $400 7
He hadn't been to "Waterworld" yet when he was seen as the man in the alley in "Frances" with Jessica Lange
    $400 17
Consarned damp weather aggravates this condition whose name tells you it affects the lumbar region
    $400 19
Benjamin Sisko commanded this TV space station
    $400 13
In the Caribbean:
Cienfuegos,
Matanzas,
Guantanamo
    $400 29
This phrase comes from birds rubbing their beaks together & making amorous noises
    $600 3
This author of "The Other Side of Midnight" co-wrote the screenplay for "Easter Parade"
    $600 8
David Crosby appeared as a pirate named Tickles in this Spielberg film that some critics "Pan"ned
    DD: $4,000 23
Lower back pain, often shooting down the leg, radiating along the largest nerve in the body
    $600 20
Since 1869 this 9-member group consisted solely of men until Potter Stewart retired in 1981
    $600 14
In Africa:
East London,
Tembisa,
Krugersdorp
    $600 26
Extreme cleanliness, kept up partly through expectoration
    $800 4
She created Adam Bede, Silas Marner & Daniel Deronda
    $800 9
Jim Carrey played one of Kathleen Turner's high school chums in this film about time-traveling
    $800 24
The erect posture compared to this old-time firearm accessory may actually be bad for your spine
    $800 21
Famous 1888 poem about the Mudville nine
    $800 15
In Scandinavia:
Bergen,
Trondheim,
Hammerfest
    DD: $1,000 27
(Hi, I'm NFL wide receiver Marvin Harrison) This phrase for an arrangement of pulleys uses 2 common football terms
    $1000 5
He told us that "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" & "Children are from Heaven"
    $1000 10
This American wasn't yet the Man from U.N.C.L.E. when he was in the golden calf scene in "The Ten Commandments"
    $1000 25
Lower back pain may be caused by inflammation of this joint connecting the hip bones to the lower spine
    $1000 22
These 9 goddesses of ancient Greece were sometimes called the Pierides like their home in the Pieria
    $1000 16
In South America:
Arequipa,
Callao,
Piura
    $1000 28
"Noisy" name for a British dish of beef & cabbage cooked together

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Robin David
-$400 $10,500 $10,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. COLLEGES
This college for women was founded by Joseph Taylor, a physician who lived not far from Philadelphia

Final scores:

Kevin Robin David
-$400 $20,500 $15,100
3rd place: 1-800-Gift Certificate New champion: $20,500 2nd place: Trip to Almond Resorts, Barbados

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Robin David
$600 $7,100 $9,800
6 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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