Show #3647 - Tuesday, June 13, 2000

Contestants

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Kari Elias, a banker from New York City, New York

Steven Silver, a technical writer from Northbrook, Illinois

Jason Parker, a graduate student from Gainesville, Florida (whose 4-day cash winnings total $59,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

SAINTS ON THE MAP
COUPLES THERAPY
THE RATING GAME
METHODS OF EXECUTION
(Alex: I don't know why that seems funny to me!)
PEOPLE
ENDS IN "EE"
    $100 1
In the 19th century French choreographer Charles Didelot headed this Russian city's ballet company
    $100 21
One partner may have "fear of" this type of closeness, from Latin for "a close friend"
    $100 24
This travel organization rates lodgings from 1 diamond (modest) to 5 diamonds (world class)
    $100 6
Joan of Arc,
1431
    $100 11
Her final answer?: On Feb. 29, 2000 she announced she's leaving Regis & her TV show to spread her "creative wings"
    $100 16
A native New Englander, a Union soldier or Derek Jeter
    $200 2
Eero Saarinen designed its famous arch
    $200 22
Couples shouldn't play this, the rhyming name of an MTV show about "When Love Goes Wrong"
    $200 27
Their heat is rated in Scoville units, with the jalapeno at about 10,000 & the habanero at about 300,000
    $200 7
Julius & Ethel Rosenberg,
1953
    $200 12
For the November 1999 opening of his Notting Hill bookstore, owner Robie Uniacke had this actor friend clerk for a day
    $200 17
Wham-O makes one of these for dogs with a softer plastic that's easy to bite into
    $300 3
This island is called St. Kitts for short
    $300 23
(Dr. Joyce Brothers speaking) This is what you're really fighting about -- it's "the root of" most quarrels throughout marriage
    $300 28
The Entertainment Software Rating Board's categories include T for Teen, M for Mature & AO for this
    $300 8
Charlotte Corday,
1793
    DD: $500 13
Using a pack mule, David Jones delivers mail to Supai Village at the bottom of this landmark
    $300 18
Traditionally, at a theatre, it's where you see the stars' names up in lights
    $400 4
Careful, this dragon-slaying capital of Grenada is a possessive
    $400 25
Gordon Clanton calls it a reaction to a perceived threat to a relationship; it's also a green-eyed monster
    $400 29
In 1968 this man "& Associates" started a company to rate car owner satisfaction
    $400 9
British officer John Andre,
1780
    $400 14
(Hi, I'm Patrika Darbo of "Days of our Lives") In a 1994 TV movie I played this domestic goddess comedienne turned sitcom star
    $400 19
One may be steering, standing or just plain special
    $500 5
In 1754 the Royal and Ancient Golf Club was founded in this burgh
    $500 26
You may test the marital waters as what the Census Bureau calls POSSLQ, persons of the opposite sex sharing these
    $500 30
Since 1991 the Billboard charts have used this computerized system to track sales
    $500 10
Emperor Maximilian,
1867
    $500 15
This '70s diet doc returned to the weight-loss forefront with his 1999 "New Diet Revolution"
    $500 20
It's the basic monetary unit needed to dine in a Delhi-catessen

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

Jason Steven Kari
$800 $2,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Steven Kari
$4,000 $2,800 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
SPORTS LEAGUES
UNREAL ESTATE
BEASTLY COMMON BONDS
ON THE GO
A LITTLE FOREIGN NUMBER
    $200 1
This "Bloody" 16th C. English queen made a disastrous marriage to future armada sender Philip II
    $200 7
The first 4 Super Bowls matched up the champions of these 2 leagues
    $200 6
When "Gone With the Wind" begins, Gerald O'Hara is the master of this plantation
    $200 26
Tiger swallowtail,
Queen Alexandra's birdwing,
great purple hairstreak
    $200 21
This company invites passengers to "Leave the Driving to Us"
    $200 16
Dancing in Havana, Lou Bega may try mambo numero cinco, this number
    $400 2
The movement to reform Communist Czechoslovakia in early 1968 was known as this city's "spring"
    $400 8
Founded in 1876, it's baseball's "Senior Circuit"
    $400 9
In a Nathaniel Hawthorne novel, the old Pyncheon-House is otherwise known by this title name
    $400 27
Green tree,
leopard,
bull
    $400 22
(Hi, I'm Vanna White; I'm here at Bill Blass in New York City) Bill Blass has designed everything from clothes & linens to Continentals for this automaker
    $400 17
Number of hills a Roman has covered if he's roamed over sette
    $600 3
Enosis isn't a disease, but the historic desire of people on this 3500-square-mile island for union with Greece
    DD: $1,200 10
The Detroit Loves sound like a Motown soul group, but in the '70s they were part of World Team this
    $600 13
A.A. Milne's theatrical adaptation of "The Wind in the Willows" is called "Toad of" this residence
    $600 28
Jersey,
red poll,
brahma
    $600 23
A tandem can be a carriage, or one of these upon whose seat you'd look sweet
    $600 18
Split a check in the Czech Republic between dva people & each pays this percent
    $800 4
9th century Breton hero Nomenoe rebelled against this dynasty named for Charlemagne
    $800 11
In this sport's major league, the Dallas Burn & Chicago Fire vie for the Alan I. Rothenberg Trophy
    $800 14
Gothic novel fan Catherine Morland imagines fearful mysteries at Northanger Abbey in a novel by this author
    DD: $2,000 29
Dog,
gold,
lung
    $800 24
1 of 2 airlines that offer service on the Concorde
    $800 19
In Copenhagen, it's how many Danish pastries you have left from a dozen if you ate otte
    $1000 5
The troops of Catholic king James II were defeated at this July 11, 1690 battle in Ireland
    $1000 12
Before the NBA discovered Mario Elie, he spent 2 seasons with the Albany Patroons of this association
    $1000 15
The menacing Mrs. Danvers strives to keep the memory of Rebecca alive in this mansion
    $1000 30
Hampshire,
Poland China,
spotted
    $1000 25
The Conestoga wagon originated in this colony during the early 1700s
    $1000 20
Ja, it's the German for the square root of neun

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason Steven Kari
$6,600 $5,400 $3,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS SCIENTISTS
At his death in 1727, he left over one million words he had written on alchemy & the occult

Final scores:

Jason Steven Kari
$2,300 $7,400 $6,800
3rd place: TicketsNow.com Gift Certificate New champion: $7,400 2nd place: Trip to Bahamia Resort, Grand Bahama Island

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason Steven Kari
$10,300 $5,400 $3,500
28 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
14 R,
1 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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