Show #3645 - Friday, June 9, 2000

Contestants

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Mark Chapman, a cook from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Cindy Nobles, a pharmacist from Tarrant, Alabama

Jason Parker, a graduate student from Gainesville, Florida (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS LEADERS
NO. 1 HITS OF THE '90s
PRESIDENTIAL MOMS
(Alex: We'll give you the maiden name, you have to identify the president, of course.)
FASHION
MIDDLE AMERICA
3-LETTER WORDS
    $100 1
The Rev. Heber Jentzch heads this L. Ron Hubbard religion
    $100 3
A hit in 1997 with new lyrics, it was originally on Elton John's 1973 album "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road"
    $100 9
Rose Fitzgerald
    $100 26
Pompadour & Dutch Bob were once popular styles of this
    $100 21
Lititz, Ephrata & Strasburg are communities in this state's Amish Country
    $100 12
The 2 of journalism's 5 Ws that fit the category
    $200 2
When this Unification Church leader says, "Say I do", 20,000 grooms may respond at one time
    $200 7
She's the only performer to have 3 songs debut at No. 1: "Fantasy" & "One Sweet Day" in 1995 & "Honey" in 1997
    $200 17
Hannah Milhous
    $200 27
For their wedding many grooms are opting for this retro style of jacket named for an Indian prime minister
    $200 22
Of East, West, North or South St. Louis, it's the Illinois city across the river from St. Louis
    $200 13
You do it to "the line" or it may be dipped to test the waters
    $300 4
Patriarch Alexy II has been credited with the revival of the church in this country
    $300 8
In 1992 she became the only former Miss America to have a No. 1 hit, "Save the Best for Last"
    $300 18
Virginia Cassidy
    $300 28
The low-cut Empire dress was derived from one popularized by this woman during the Napoleonic era
    $300 23
In Oklahoma, only Oklahoma City has more people than this oil town
    $300 14
In 1993 Eugene Trivizas wrote the children's book "The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad" this
    $400 5
A Turk, Bartholomew I leads the Eastern Orthodox Church from this city
    $400 10
As a producer, he had several No. 1 hits in 1997, including his own "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down"
    $400 19
Jane Knox
    DD: $600 29
(Hi, I'm Tava Smiley & I play fashion designer Chloe Morgan on "General Hospital") In 1995 this clothier famous for his red, white & blue sportswear was named Menswear Designer of the Year
    $400 24
The origin of this Kansas nickname is unknown; there's no such bird
    $400 15
The sentry will shoot you if you answer this when challenged
    $500 6
The second pope of this name, reigning from 1503 to 1513, patronized artists including Michelangelo
    $500 11
In 1999 Will Smith scored with a No. 1 hit with this film title track featuring Dru Hill & Kool Moe Dee
    $500 20
Abigail Smith
    $500 30
This cool brand of shoes & sneakers with big thick soles has been "drawing" business since 1992
    $500 25
A canal across Wisconsin's Door Peninsula connects Lake Michigan with this bay
    $500 16
It's the gaping jaws or mouth of a carnivore, or perhaps, a rural matriarch

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

Jason Cindy Mark
$900 $1,100 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Cindy Mark
$2,900 $1,700 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
MOVIE TAG LINES
MINERALS
NOTABLE BLACK WOMEN
PEOPLE & PLACES
"BRAND" NAMES
    $200 1
2 forts were founded in Idaho in 1834: Fort Hall & this one that bore the name of the future capital
    $200 8
1992:
"You'll Laugh, You'll Cry, You'll Hurl."
    $200 26
Talc is at one end of the Mohs scale of hardness & this is at the other
    $200 6
The "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement", she was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1993
    $200 13
This other term for a person from Bulgaria is just 2 letters shorter than the country itself
    $200 21
He appeared in the Henry James-inspired film "The Nightcomers" the same year he played "The Godfather"
    $400 2
Decade that saw the Freedom Summer & the Freedom Riders
    $400 9
1994:
"Drink From Me and Live Forever"
    $400 30
This phosphate popular in the jewelry of the Southwest U.S. derives its name from a Eurasian country
    $400 7
"God Bless the Child" & God bless this blues singer who co-wrote the song
    $400 17
"Cajun" is an alteration of this 7-letter word for a person from a former French colony in Canada
    $400 22
On "90210" in '97, Kelly got amnesia & didn't remember this character, her boyfriend
    $600 3
The only state Reagan didn't carry in 1984 was this one, Mondale's home state
    $600 10
1997:
"Collide With Destiny"
    $600 29
Minerals like pyrite, galena & sphalerite all contain this element, S, so they are grouped together
    $600 14
A powerful political figure, Maxine Waters has represented this state in Congress since 1991
    $600 18
The people of this British dependency in the Atlantic are nicknamed "Onions"
    $600 23
Founded in 1948, its symbol is seen here:
("Even Unto Its Innermost Parts" & "Truth")
    $800 4
It's the war that was opposed by some Copperheads
    DD: $1,600 11
1999:
"Every Saga has a Beginning"
    $800 28
The white sands of New Mexico's White Sands National Monument are this plaster material
    $800 15
Pictured here on a stamp, she was the first black woman to speak publicly against slavery - honest!:
    $800 19
This term for a native of Rio may come from a Tupi Indian expression meaning "white man's house"
    $800 24
This suggestive song about roller skates was a No. 1 hit for Melanie in 1971
    DD: $2,000 5
The land purchase he negotiated with Mexico was in part intended for a cross-country railroad he wanted to build
    $1000 12
1999:
"Catch Her if You Can"
    $1000 27
A form of magnetite that has natural magnetic polarity is known as this "stone"
    $1000 16
6 years after her 1957 Wimbledon win, this tennis great turned pro golfer
    $1000 20
Burkinabes live in this African country whose capital is Ougadougou
    $1000 25
1721 group of works that includes the following:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Cindy Mark
$10,700 $3,700 $4,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORATION
In 1498 Vasco da Gama landed at Calicut, India, "in search of Christians and" these

Final scores:

Jason Cindy Mark
$9,200 $5,200 $1,399
3-day champion: $31,800 2nd place: Gear.com Online Shopping Spree 3rd place: $1,000 Shopping Spree, courtesy of the Sony Card

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Cindy Mark
$9,500 $3,700 $3,600
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
12 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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