Show #3646 - Monday, June 12, 2000

Contestants

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Ted Miller, a technical service manager from Columbus, Ohio

Camille Brovold, a bank trust officer from Eagan, Minnesota

Jason Parker, a graduate student from Gainesville, Florida (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
5-LETTER WORDS
PUT 'EM IN ORDER
(Alex: Chronological order.)
INSPIRED CHARACTERS
SEWING TERMS
THEY CAME FROM ANOTHER WORLD
(Alex: The soap opera.)
    $100 1
Explorer Sir Richard Burton disguised himself as an Afghani to make a pilgrimage to this city & sketch its Kaaba
    $100 7
On the internet www.dol.gov gets you the Department of this
    $100 15
TV's "Ren & Stimpy",
"Laverne & Shirley",
"Once & Again"
    $100 20
He fictionalized his early love Maria Beadnell as Dora Spenlow, the first wife of "David Copperfield"
    $100 21
This term for temporary stitching sounds like something you'd do when roasting fowl
    $100 23
In the early '80s he was Dr. Canard on "Another World"; today he's another doctor, Frasier Crane
    $200 3
Once the center of the Hittite Empire, Bogazkoy is located in this country's Anatolia region
    $200 8
MTV's 1997 award for Best New Artist in a Video went to this "Sleep to Dream" singer with 2 5-letter names
    $200 16
The first Super Bowl,
the first Rose Bowl,
the first Sugar Bowl
    $200 2
This author said that he based Injun Joe on a real man he knew who got lost in a cave
    $200 26
Starting out as Joey Perini in "Another World", he's best remembered as Henry Hill in "Goodfellas"
    $300 4
Rebels took the post office in this city during their "rising" on Easter Monday, 1916
    $300 9
The 2 5-letter words for the appliance being repaired here:
    $300 17
Madonna's "Bedtime Stories",
"Like A Virgin",
"Like A Prayer"
    $300 12
Mr. Flosky in the 1818 novel "Nightmare Abbey" is a caricature of this "Ancient Mariner" poet
    $300 22
This stitch that forms a pattern resembling a strong rope is often used in knit sweaters
    $300 27
Back in 1990 this actor seen here was Sam Fowler on "Another World":
    $400 5
Under Darius I the capital of this empire was moved from Pasargadae to Persepolis
    $400 10
It's a glass bottle used to hold vinegar or oil for salad dressing
    $400 18
"Ace Ventura: Pet Detective",
"The Cable Guy",
"The Truman Show"
    $400 13
This "Sister Carrie" author modeled the heroine of his novel "Jennie Gerhardt" in part on his sister Mame
    $400 24
This synonym for a spool is also found in the name of a type of lace
    $400 28
Julia Shearer on "Another World", she was the quirky Corky on "Murphy Brown"
    $500 6
On April 1, 1945 U.S. forces landed on this largest of the Ryukyu Islands; in 1972 we gave it back to Japan
    $500 11
This diminutive of Bridget usually refers to a fussy old woman
    DD: $1,500 19
English kings Henry VIII,
Edward VIII,
George III
    $500 14
Her close friend Vita Sackville-West inspired the gender-bender title character of her 1928 novel "Orlando"
    $500 25
This type of stitch that holds hems in place gets its name because it's supposed to be unseen

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jason Camille Ted
$2,700 -$100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Camille Ted
$5,400 $500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITTLE PLACES
WORLD RELIGION
WOOD
NOTABLE NAMES
MIDDLE "C"
(Alex: There will be the letter "C" in the middle position for each correct response.)
(Alex: And because tomorrow night the AFI will salute "America's 100 Funniest Films", we have a tribute to...)
THE AMERICAN FILM INSTITUTE
    $200 12
It was Byrd's base in Antarctica
    $200 6
During Hanukkah the candles on this are lit by a separate candle called a shammash
    $200 25
The Acer saccharum is the sugar species of this
    $200 2
In 323 B.C. this "great" man, who had conquered much of the known world, died at age 33 of a nasty fever
    $200 17
In blackjack, it can be worth 1 or 11
    $400 13
On September 10, 1863 Union troops captured this capital
    $400 7
Inti was the sun god prayed to by the ruling family of this South American empire
    $400 26
"Quaking" poplar popularized in the name of a Colorado ski resort city on the Roaring Fork River
    $400 1
Buried in 1953, this leader was moved in 1961 to a less prestigious grave along the Kremlin wall
    $400 8
It's the "Heart of Georgia" & the home of Mercer University
    $400 20
(Jack Lemmon speaking) This actor, my fellow grumpy old man, was one of the speakers when I got AFI's Life Achievement Award in 1988
    $600 14
This informal Miami community was formed in the 1960s by Cuban refugees
    $600 9
With over 15 million members, this Baptist denomination is the USA's largest branch of Protestantism
    $600 27
This tree's name has passed into the names of honors, like a poet's post or a degree
    $600 3
In 1870 the first black U.S. senator, Hiram Revels of Miss., occupied the Senate seat of this Confederate leader
    $600 18
It makes the sound heard here:
    $600 21
Made a year apart in 1941 & '42, they were Nos. 1 & 2 on the AFI's list of America's 100 Greatest Movies
    $800 15
This British dependency in the West Indies has a "Little" island, as well as a "Grand" one
    $800 10
He was born Kong Qiu around 551 B.C. in the Chinese state of Lu
    $800 4
Thelonious Monk's Time magazine cover was pulled in 1963 for coverage of this man's death
    $800 19
If you're eating bagels & drinking mimosas late on a weekend morning, you're doing this
    DD: $5,000 22
Alphabetically, this Woody Allen film is last among the 500 films nominated as America's Funniest
    $1000 16
This "Little" island in the Bering Strait belongs to the U.S.; its "Big" companion, to Russia
    DD: $3,000 11
This religion grew out of the Babi Faith, which was founded in Iran in 1844
    $1000 5
Chief by age 33, he's the Nez Perce leader seen here:
    $1000 24
This type of transport seen here has its ups & downs:
    $1000 23
The AFI was established in 1967 by this government body that's had its funding troubles

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Camille Ted
$20,000 $2,100 $4,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MAGAZINES
In 1925 it was founded by an ex-editor of Stars and Stripes; in the '90s it was run by an ex-editor of Vanity Fair

Final scores:

Jason Camille Ted
$28,000 $4,100 $4,799
4-day champion: $59,800 3rd place: Polaroid Photomax Digital Camera Creative Kit 2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jason Camille Ted
$12,800 $2,100 $4,500
31 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
8 R,
2 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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