Show #3651 - Monday, June 19, 2000

Contestants

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Gavin Edwards, an author from Brooklyn, New York

Bobby Reddy, a physician from Playa del Rey, California

Gregg Fanselau, a paralegal originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
MOVIE SPOUSES
THE 1860s
A CENTURY OF FOOD
POSTS
"CK"
    $100 12
Fillmore filled in as Utah's territorial capital until this city took over in 1856
    $100 11
Spencer Tracy's in "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner"
    $100 1
In March of 1867 Secretary of State Seward arranged to buy this "icebox" for a total of $7.2 million
    $100 8
A San Pedro, California packer first put this fish into cans in 1903; its casserole wasn't introduced until the '30s
    $100 26
In 1492 Martin Pinzon commanded this ship; his brother Vicente commanded the Nina
    $100 2
The "culture" type is emotional disruption caused by living in a society not one's own
    $200 13
The "American" breed of this dog is Virginia's official state dog -- Tallyho!
    $200 25
Michelle Pfeiffer's in "The Story of Us"
    $200 4
In 1864 this motto first appeared on a U.S. coin, a 2-cent piece
    $200 9
George Bush vetoed this veggie 62 years after it was brought to the U.S. from Italy
    $200 27
In 1981, just before becoming president of Egypt on Sadat's death, Hosni Mubarak held this post
    $200 3
Edmund Bergler, credited with inventing the term "writer's" this, must not have felt it -- he wrote several books
    $300 14
Music lovers know this city is home to the Rhode Island Philharmonic
    $300 24
Meg Ryan's in "When a Man Loves a Woman"
    $300 5
In 1865 this man began making distinctive cowboy hats in his one-man factory in Philadelphia
    $300 10
In 1949 Charles Lubin introduced a cheesecake with this name, his daughter's
    $300 28
Irving Thalberg produced "A Night at the Opera" as a unit producer at this studio
    $300 17
A metal measuring rod that's poked into a car's crankcase
    $400 15
Sounds fishy, but Mystic Aquarium is one of the top attractions in this state
    $400 21
Jeff Daniels' in "Terms of Endearment"
    $400 6
On October 4, 1861 the U.S. Navy authorized the construction of this ironclad ship; it was launched 118 days later
    DD: $1,500 22
Reuben Mattus created this ice cream (& its Danish-sounding name) in the Bronx in 1961
    $400 29
In 1877 Bat Masterson was elected sheriff of Ford County, Kansas with this "car" town as his headquarters
    $400 18
They're barrel's 2 partners in an expression meaning "the whole thing"
    $500 16
At 306 feet high, the Bennington Battle Monument in this state was once the tallest battle monument in the world
    $500 20
Richard Dreyfuss' in "Close Encounters..."
    $500 7
In 1868 this lodge, the B.P.O.E., was founded in New York City by 15 entertainers
    $500 23
Mr. Cardini's 1924 invention, it was called "The greatest recipe to originate from the Americas in 50 years"
    $500 30
This 11th century poet held the post of astronomer in the Persian royal court
    $500 19
Athletic position in which the thighs are against the chest & the arms wrap around the shins

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

Gregg Bobby Gavin
$2,500 $600 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gregg Bobby Gavin
$3,700 $900 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
TERMS OF SERVICE
ALSO AT THE 2000 GRAMMYS
POPES NAMED LEO
WEIRD WEIGHTS & MEASURES
"EX" WORDS
    $200 19
Poe poem containing the line "What a world of happiness their harmony foretells!"
    $200 1
President of Uganda:
1971-1979
    $200 2
The Best Chamber Music Performance was this German's sonatas with Lambert Orkis, not Schroeder, on piano
    $200 3
Leo I's Petrine Theory established that the popes inherit this man's authority
    $200 8
A kip is a deadweight load equivalent to this many pounds, half a short ton
    $200 14
Form of address for a foreign ambassador or a bishop
    $400 20
His epic Civil War poem "John Brown's Body" won the Pulitzer Prize in 1929
    $400 27
Prime minister of Japan:
1941-1944
    $400 9
The Best Long Form Music Video featured this "fiery" rock guitarist who died in 1970
    $400 4
In an 1895 letter Leo XIII wrote against this country's separation of church & state
    $400 10
Don't wine, a jeroboam is just 2 of these you might find in your wine Selleck...er, cellar
    $400 15
From the Latin for "up high", it means to glorify or honor
    $600 21
This 1915 Edgar Lee Masters work was an assemblage of over 200 self-inscribed epitaphs from a Midwestern town
    $600 28
"Magnificent" dictator of Florence, Italy:
1478-1492
    DD: $1,700 11
Burning Spear won for Best Album in this musical category with "Calling Rastafari"
    $600 5
Leo IV rebuilt Rome after it was sacked by the Saracens, people of this religion
    $600 16
A centistere is this fraction of a stere, a measure of stacked wood
    $600 23
Spit
    $800 22
This Longfellow schooner "Sailed the wintry sea; and the skipper had taken his little daughter to bear him company"
    $800 29
Prime minister of Canada:
1984-1993
    $800 12
Los Palominos won for Best Performance in this Mexican-American style made famous by Selena
    $800 6
After being attacked on the streets of Rome in 799, Leo III took refuge with this king of the Franks
    $800 17
It can be a unit of circular measure equal to 60 degrees, or an instrument used by navigators to measure angles
    $800 24
"Extrude" means to thrust out; drop 2 letters & you get this similar word meaning to ooze forth
    $1000 26
This Shelley poem is subtitled "An Elegy on the Death of John Keats"
    $1000 30
Prime minister of Great Britain:
1916-1922
    $1000 13
Richard Burton won a Grammy in 1976; this man, no relation, won in 2000 for reading the words of Martin Luther King
    $1000 7
Term for the buying of religious offices; Leo IX was the pope who put a stop to it
    DD: $2,400 18
Last name of the child star of "Terminator 2"; he'll go the whole 220 yards for you
    $1000 25
In 1978 this group topped the pop charts with "Kiss You All Over"; since then they've had 10 No. 1 country hits

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gregg Bobby Gavin
$15,300 $1,100 $5,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC PEOPLE
Venetians called him "Il Milione", man of the million lies

Final scores:

Gregg Bobby Gavin
$19,599 $1,200 $7,575
2-day champion: $29,200 3rd place: Bicycles, Racing Shirts & Festina Watches 2nd place: Trip to Paris/Tour de France courtesy of Festina

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Gregg Bobby Gavin
$13,900 $2,600 $4,400
32 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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