Show #3657 - Tuesday, June 27, 2000

Contestants

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Marci Schwartz, an office manager from Brooklyn, New York

Ryan Grant, an economic consultant from Berkeley, California

Rick Robertson, an environmental consultant from Carrollton, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
LORRAINE CHECK
ART FOR ART'S SAKE!
HOME BALLPARKS
(Alex: You identify the baseball team.)
VIDEOGRAPHY
BODY LANGUAGE
    $100 21
The site for this state capital was chosen because of its location midway between Pensacola & St. Augustine
    $100 5
It's a pastry shell filled with a savory egg & cream mixture to which cheese & bacon are added
    $100 16
It's the restored masterpiece seen here:
(a gathering of 13)
    $100 1
Comiskey Park
    $100 11
To avoid a shaky picture, use this device that stands on its own 3 feet
    $100 22
To "shake" this can mean to hurry up or to dance
    $200 23
This California city on San Pedro Bay was originally called Willmore City, but was renamed for its 8 1/2 mile beach
    $200 6
In 1984 Lorraine Moller of New Zealand won this New England city's grueling marathon
    $200 17
Artist whose self-portrait is seen here:
(less one ear?)
    $200 2
Three Rivers Stadium
    $200 12
As in some families, quality drops with each of these stages of copying from an original tape
    $200 24
To express contempt for someone is to "turn up" this at him
    $300 28
In addition to being a major seaport for cargo, it's the world's largest cruise port
    $300 7
This cruciform symbol has 2 unequal horizontals
    $300 18
The 1660s Battista portrait seen here may be of the man who followed Alexander VII into this post:
    $300 3
Coors Field
    $300 13
Camcorder setting whose name is from the Greek for "far light"
    $300 25
Facing misfortune bravely while suppressing emotion is called keeping a "stiff" one of these
    DD: $1,000 29
A stone obelisk dedicated to President William McKinley stands in this New York city's Niagara Square
    $400 8
"Raisin" is a musical version of a 1959 play by this woman
    $400 19
He's the innovative sculptor who created the smooching seen here:
    $400 4
Veterans Stadium
    $400 14
Be sparing with this side-to-side camera movement; too much of it is called "firehosing"
    $400 26
When you force someone into submission, you "bring him to" these joints
    $500 30
At 64 stories the USX Tower in this Steel City is one of the tallest buildings in the eastern U.S.
    $500 9
Disputed by France & Germany between 1871 & 1945, this 13,000-square-mile region contains Moselle & Bas-Rhin
    $500 20
Giotto's teacher, Cimabue, painted the "Madonna in Majesty", seen here, in this city:
    $500 10
Pacific Bell Park
    $500 15
As its name indicates, this format with about 400 lines of resolution is an enhanced version of 8mm
    $500 27
Even Shakespeare used the phrase "cheek by" this, in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

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

Rick Ryan Marci
$1,600 $300 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Ryan Marci
$3,100 $900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
COFFEE
AROUND THE BLOC
FILM BIOS
(Alex: We want you to name the person whose life inspired each of the films.)
TRAVEL & TOURISM
2-LETTER WORDS
    $200 21
During the Boer War, Doyle manned a field hospital in Bloemfontein in what's now this country
    $200 1
It's a mixture of beans from various places that brews a distinctive cup of coffee
    $200 22
In 1991 the 6 members agreed to dissolve this military alliance of the eastern bloc
    $200 11
"Man on the Moon"
    $200 3
Built from the shell of an old power station, the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is this country's largest museum
    $200 16
In Freud's way of thinking, it's the only part of the personality that exists at birth
    $400 26
This popular 1894 play written by Sir Arthur shares its name with a Belgian town where Napoleon met defeat
    $400 2
To make a popular Thai drink, add sweetened condensed milk to strong coffee & pour it over this
    $400 23
In 1937 he became secretary general of the Yugoslav Communist Party, a position he later parlayed into prime minister
    $400 12
"Funny Girl" & "Funny Lady"
    $400 5
Weather forecasting in Seattle is easy: either this mountain is "out" & it's clear or it isn't
    $400 17
This 1986 Stephen King bestseller features a demonic clown named Pennywise
    $600 27
Sir Arthur based Sherlock Holmes in part on one of his professors at this Scottish university
    $600 4
Coffee originated in this east African nation where the Harrar variety is "Haile" popular today
    $600 24
In November 1956 Soviet troops moved into this country to crush the revolution led by Imre Nagy
    $600 13
"La Bamba"
    $600 8
If you're looking for thrills in Copenhagen, ride the 86-year-old wooden roller coaster in this amusement park
    $600 18
It's approximately equal to 3.14
    $800 30
Science fiction works by Sir Arthur include "The Poison Belt", "Land of the Mist" & this "Lost" classic
    DD: $800 6
When buying beans from this country, be careful not to mistake "High Mountain" for "Blue Mountain"
    $800 25
In 1989 this writer took the lead in forming the Civic Forum which opposed Czechoslovakia's Communist regime
    $800 14
"Bird"
    $800 9
One of the world's largest mosques, the Great Hassan II Mosque stands in this largest Moroccan city
    $800 19
Yes, it's the oldest form of Japanese drama still performed
    $1000 29
Arthur became a Sir in 1902 when he was knighted during the reign of this British ruler
    $1000 7
Ladyfingers are a common ingredient of this coffee-flavored Italian dessert
    DD: $4,000 28
In the 1989 elections this party won 99 of 100 seats in Poland's Senat
    $1000 15
"Gorillas in the Mist"
    $1000 10
The only U.S. national park named for a president, its area includes the Badlands of North Dakota
    $1000 20
Holy Cow! Zeus turned her into a heifer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rick Ryan Marci
$6,700 $8,700 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ODD JOBS
Among men in this occupation, King Henry VIII's was Will Somers & King Arthur's was Dagonet

Final scores:

Rick Ryan Marci
$8,100 $3,400 $8,700
2nd place: a trip to Couples Resort, Jamaica 3rd place: a $1,000 shopping spree courtesy of Sony Card New champion: $8,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rick Ryan Marci
$6,700 $6,500 $4,600
20 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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