Show #3654 - Thursday, June 22, 2000

Contestants

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Carl Goldman, a funeral director from Peabody, Massachusetts

Cindy Wolfson Ciullo, a vintage clothing store owner from Perth Amboy, New Jersey

Michele Harvey, a software engineer from Centreville, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
ORGANIZATIONS
TV MOMS
(Alex: We'll name the kids, you have to identify the TV mom; you can give us the character's name or the star's name.)
LONDON LANDMARKS
20th CENTURY PEOPLE
THE BIG "BANG"
    $100 11
Legend says in 1811 & 1812 earthquakes on the Midwest's New Madrid Fault made this river run backwards
    $100 19
The American Legion is headquartered in this city known for its Memorial Weekend auto race
    $100 1
Tabitha & Adam
    $100 26
The postal code of this imposing royal residence is SW1A 1AA
    $100 16
He was born in Germany, worked in a shaving brush factory, was U.S. Secretary of State & got an hon. knighthood in 1995
    $100 4
It's the magical title automobile created by Ian Fleming
    $200 12
Around 1200 this city became capital of a Muslim empire in India; its "New" version is India's capital today
    $200 22
You're no dummy if you know the American League for this card game was founded in 1927
    $200 2
Keith, Laurie, Danny, Chris & Tracy
    $200 27
5,000 photos of this complex, home of the Crown Jewels, were taken for the video game "Traitors Gate"
    $200 17
Erte designed arte in the 1920s for "George White's Scandals" & this man's "Follies"
    $200 7
Rigid bracelets, or an '80s all-girl pop band
    $300 13
Pope Paul III was a leader in this movement whose name implies it opposed Protestantism
    $300 23
This organization known for its packages helped train the first Peace Corps volunteers in Latin America
    $300 3
Mabel Buchman
    $300 28
Admission is free to this landmark, although there are charges to see its Undercroft Museum & royal chapels
    $300 20
In 1991 this founder of the Bolshevik Party had his name stripped from a city
    $300 8
This U.S. city lies north of Belfast on the Penobscot River
    $400 14
"Rich" in democracy, this country held some of Central America's first free elections in the 1890s
    $400 24
Charitable organization whose logo is seen here:
    $400 5
Becky, Darlene & D.J.
    $400 29
A new "Blackadder" comedy was filmed for the 758-million-pound dome built to celebrate this
    $400 21
This Prussian was awarded the Blue Max in January 1917 for destroying 16 enemy planes
    $400 9
Chitralada Palace is the royal residence of King Rama IX & his family in this city
    $500 15
This "Great" king who died in 4 B.C. married Mariamne, the last princess of the Maccabees' line
    DD: $1,000 25
Founded in 1958, if it were a person, it couldn't join itself until 2008 -- that's when it turns 50
    $500 6
Chuck, Richie & Joanie
    $500 30
You'll find the Savoy Hotel on this street that runs from Trafalgar Square to Fleet Street
    $500 18
After a poor reception in Naples in 1901, this tenor vowed never to sing there again & never did
    $500 10
130 million souls live in this country whose flag is seen here:

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

Michele Cindy Carl
$1,400 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michele Cindy Carl
$2,700 $400 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NORWAY BACK WHEN
THE OSCARS
HOMECOMING
PEN NAMES
COMMUNICATION
CROSSWORD CLUES "T"
    $200 26
The 1814 Convention of Moss, presumably held on the north side of a tree, united Norway with this country
    $200 6
His performance in "The Cider House Rules" earned him his second Oscar -- & a standing ovation
    $200 21
His last act as president was turning on the National Christmas Tree lights for the Iran hostages' return
    $200 1
Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller used this married name as a pen name, even after divorcing her first husband
    $200 16
In 1889, 13 years after the invention of this, William Gray installed the first pay one
    $200 2
Sovereign's seat
(6)
    $400 27
He's the Norway "rat" in the photo seen here:
(WWII traitor)
    $400 11
Adding that he was "stunned" to win, this star of "American Beauty" quipped, "This is the highlight of my day"
    $400 22
He painted the homecoming seen here:
    $400 4
Mudrooroo, AKA Colin Johnson, gained fame as an Aboriginal writer from this country
    $400 17
A film on this Indian tribe's WWII code talkers won an Emmy Award in 1996
    $400 3
It follows mouse or tourist
(4)
    DD: $100 28
A king of this name rebuilt Oslo in the 1600s & for a while the city was named after him
    $600 12
Robin Williams & some high-kicking Lady Mounties performed this nominated song from the "South Park" film
    $600 23
(Hi, I'm Shawn Colvin) My album "A Few Small Repairs" featured this Grammy-winning song about an awkward return
    $600 5
Under a joint pen name, this "Congo" author co-wrote "Dealing: Or the Berkeley-to-Boston 40-Brick Lost-Bag Blues"
    $600 18
In the 1970s local TV newscasts adopted this 10-letter "legal" term to advertise on-the-scene reports
    $600 7
A romantic rendezvous
(5)
    $800 29
In the 1300s Bergen, a fish trade center, became affiliated with this German commercial league
    $800 13
This Best Actress winner for "Boys Don't Cry" said, "I pray for the day when...we actually celebrate our diversity"
    $800 24
This Indian nation holds an annual homecoming holiday in Tahlequah, Oklahoma
    $800 10
Hilda Doolittle was famous for publishing her poems under this extremely short pen name
    $800 19
The FCC has replaced this "system" that used the reassuring phrase "This is only a test"
    $800 8
Shakespearean storm
(7)
    $1000 30
In 1939 Norway claimed an Antarctic "land" named for this Norwegian queen
    $1000 14
Winning for Best Supporting Actress, she called Jon Voight "A great actor, but a better father"
    $1000 25
This once & future king made an emotional return to Cambodia in 1991
    $1000 15
This famous pen name of Hector Hugh Munro sounds like a beverage served with sushi
    DD: $700 20
The study of the meaning of words, it sometimes disparagingly refers to meaningless distinctions
    $1000 9
Puccini's Pekingese princess
(8)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michele Cindy Carl
$7,400 $1,200 $7,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARY AMERICANS
This man's father, an Omaha stockbroker & politician, once returned his Congressional pay raise

Final scores:

Michele Cindy Carl
$5,400 $900 $0
2-day champion: $16,200 2nd place: Trip to the Inn at Union Square, San Francisco 3rd place: Skagen Sapphire Collection Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Michele Cindy Carl
$9,100 $1,200 $7,400
23 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
1 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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