Show #3450 - Friday, September 10, 1999

1999 Back to School Week game 5.

Contestants

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Lisa Makar, a 12-year-old from Chesterland, Ohio

Curtis Joseph, a 12-year-old from College Point, New York

Allex Fambles, a 12-year-old from San Antonio, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
IN THE COOKIE JAR
KIDDIE LIT CHARACTERS
MUSICAL YOUTH
OUR GOVERNMENT
"E" FOR EFFORT
    $100 1
Massachusetts
    $100 12
These sun-dried grapes can be found in oatmeal cookies
    $100 21
He hangs around with the "Man in the Yellow Hat"
    $100 11
She was on the "Mickey Mouse Club" before topping the charts with "...Baby One More Time"
    $100 26
Instead of a president, each of the states has this chief executive
    $100 6
This joint connects your upper arm to your forearm
    $200 2
Nevada
    $200 13
Recipes for the cookie named for this spread may call for the smooth or chunky variety
    $200 22
In the Winnie-the-Pooh stories, this very small animal is the only "ham"
    $200 17
He's the youngest member of the group heard here
("MMMbop")
    $200 27
The U.S. Constitution has 7 articles & 27 of these additions
    $200 7
On "The Simpsons", Mr. Burns usually uses this word when he finds something superb or first-rate
    $300 3
North Dakota
    $300 14
This tool is pressed down on sugar cookie dough to give the cookies a fun shape
    $300 23
You may have "heard" of this good-hearted pachyderm
    $300 18
The members of this "(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You" group range in age from 18 to 27
    DD: $200 28
This group that meets in the Capitol started in 1789 with 22 members & now has 100
    $300 8
This verb means to sneak off & get married
    $400 4
Pennsylvania
    $400 15
About 1 of every 4 boxes of Girl Scout cookies sold is of this chocolaty-coated variety
    $400 24
He's the E.B. White character seen here
(voiced by Michael J. Fox)
    $400 19
This group of "Boys" was named after an open-air market in Orlando, Florida where it was formed
    $400 29
NASA, which was created in 1958, stands for National Aeronautics & this Administration
    $400 9
The solar type of this event happens when the moon comes between the sun & the Earth
    $500 5
West Virginia
    $500 16
Nabisco is unsure if these cookies were named for a scientist or a town in Massachusetts
    $500 25
She was based in part on a real child
    $500 20
Arnold is the last name of this 18-year-old who hit No. 1 with "Angel of Mine"
    $500 30
Justice Department head Janet Reno isn't called the Secretary of Justice, but this
    $500 10
For this Mexican dish, roll some meat & cheese in a corn tortilla & bake the "whole" thing

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

Allex Curtis Lisa
$2,100 -$200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Allex Curtis Lisa
$3,900 -$300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD
SCHOOL PICTURE DAY
(Alex: We are going to show you some famous people as they looked in school.)
SKY WATCHING
SPORTS STARS
(Alex: You have to name the job in this one...)
WHAT DOES MOM DO?
OPPOSITES
    $200 26
The largest continent; it's also the continent that's home to the most people
    $200 17
You'll score a hole-in-one if you can identify this "A" student of Anaheim's Western High
    $200 7
There are approximately this many weeks between full moons
    $200 2
In "Space Jam", classic Looney Tunes characters recruit this NBA star to help them win a basketball game
    $200 9
She presides over a courtroom & instructs the jury in the law
    $200 1
In sports & life, it's often said that the best defense is this opposite
    $400 27
This line divides the Northern & Southern Hemispheres
    $400 18
Before he was "sent up the creek", he was part of the Cheshire Academy
    $400 22
Our solar system lies on one of the spiral arms of this galaxy
    $400 3
This "Great One" won the National Hockey League scoring title in 10 of his 20 years in the league
    $400 11
She gets $65 an hour to fix pipes & toilets
    $400 8
3-letter opposite of "con" or "amateur"
    $600 28
I'll be doggone, the Chihuahua Desert is in this neighbor of the U.S.
    $600 19
The actor seen here played this vampire on "Buffy"
    $600 23
Last seen in 1997, another 2,400 years will pass before the next visiti of Hale-Bopp, one of these
    DD: $700 4
In the 1998 Winter Olympics, she became the youngest ever to win the women's figure skating gold medal
    $600 12
She uses her baton to lead a symphony orchestra
    $600 10
This ocean liner & movie wouldn't have been as famous if they'd been called "Diminutive"
    $800 29
The Amundsen-Scott research base is located at this famous point on Antarctica
    $800 20
The photo of her "On the 6" CD is a little different from the 1987 high school yearbook photo seen here
    $800 24
This planet is the closest planet to Earth & is about the same size
    $800 5
Between 1982 & 1998, this Oriole appeared in over 2,600 consecutive games & started every one
    $800 13
She provides food & supplies for weddings & other big parties
    $800 15
In intelligence, it's the opposite of "acute"; in geometry, it refers to a wider angle
    DD: $1,000 30
It's the longest river of the world's largest tropical forest
    $1000 21
This "Party of Five" star was part of the class of '86 at West Orange High in New Jersey
    $1000 25
The star Polaris doesn't seem to move through the sky because it is almost directly above this place
    $1000 6
In 1999 this Denver Broncos quarterback retired after 16 seasons & 2 Super Bowl championships
    $1000 14
She's a doctor who specializes in caring for children
    $1000 16
If you don't want to be attractive to insects, use this, the opposite of "attractive"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Allex Curtis Lisa
$10,200 $2,500 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FUN WITH NUMBERS
Number of degrees the minute hand on a standard clock travels in one hour

Final scores:

Allex Curtis Lisa
$9,700 $0 $5,399
Winner: $9,700 + trip for 4 to Universal Studios Florida 3rd place: 1 computer + software + trip for 4 to Universal Studios Florida 2nd place: 2 computers + software + trip for 4 to Universal Studios Florida

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Allex Curtis Lisa
$10,100 $2,700 $6,200
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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