Show #3760 - Friday, December 29, 2000

2000 Holiday Kids Week game 5.

Contestants

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Brooks Colleton, a 12-year-old from Jacksonville, Florida

Reilly Kiernan, a 12-year-old from Pelham, New York

Danny Brylow, a 12-year-old from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Jeopardy! Round

JUST DESSERTS
KINGS & QUEENS
SLOGANEERING
NATURAL WONDERS
POP MUSIC
ABBREVIATIONS
    $100 9
In the 1930s Ruth Wakefield added a cut-up chocolate bar to cookie dough, creating the cookie named for this "House"
    $100 21
In 1992 this queen of England agreed to pay income tax
    $100 25
A battery:
"It Just Keeps Going and Going, and Going..."
    $100 1
Wonder why the saber-toothed cat had these "doggy" teeth, 7 inches long
    $100 16
In May 2000 she released her second album, "Oops!...I Did It Again"
    $100 2
In an apt. bldg., apartment building, you're sure to find a bdrm., one of these
    $200 10
Sharing its name with a French novel, this candy bar was originally 3 chocolate-coated nougat bars
    $200 22
This queen was one of the few who thought Christopher Columbus' exploration plan made any sense
    DD: $700 26
A branch of the U.S. military:
"Aim High"
    $200 3
Wonder why this liquid is poisonous when it comes from the Asian upas tree
    $200 17
"Bye Bye Bye" from the album "No Strings Attached" was a hit for this group
    $200 4
On the avg., average, your mom may spend 20 minutes a day driving down the ave., this
    $300 11
A glowing red "Hot Doughnuts Now" sign announces the fresh original glazed doughnuts from this chain
    $300 23
This king known as "the Lionhearted" was killed when he tried to get a peasant's gold
    $300 5
Wonder why the Kermode's type of this colorful North American species of bear is pure white
    $300 18
Their 1998 album "Dizzy Up the Girl" includes the songs "Slide", "Broadway" & "Black Balloon"
    $300 8
WD-40 is an oil you might use on your hinges on your 4WD, an abbreviation for this type of vehicle
    $400 14
Don't worry -- these reptiles aren't an ingredient in the chocolate & caramel candies named for them
    $400 24
At last, you know what Jigme Singye Wangchuck, king of Bhutan on this continent, looks like
    $400 6
Wonder why when insects have true types of these sense organs, they're never on the head
    $400 19
His song "You Make Me Wanna" was nominated for a Grammy
    $400 12
Of lacrosse, paddleball, golf or auto racing, sport played by people in the LPGA
    $500 15
Enjoy a cookie with chips of white chocolate & this Hawaiian nut
    $500 27
Queen Noor, of this Middle Eastern country named for a river, used to be a regular American girl named Lisa
    $500 7
Wonder why this bird, seen here, the northern counterpart of the penguin, can fly, but penguins can't
    $500 20
This single-named singer-turned aactress is aalphabetically first in "The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits"
    $500 13
If your TV has PIP, it has this feature

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

Danny Reilly Brooks
$1,800 -$100 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Danny Reilly Brooks
$2,000 $400 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: In the first round, we had JUST DESSERTS, and in this round, we have...)
JUST DESERTS
START SAVING NOW
(Alex: We should all do that!)
UH-OH! SHAKESPEARE!
NEXT LINE, PLEASE
(Alex: You give us the next line.)
ANNUAL EVENTS
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
    $200 11
This whole continent is considered a polar desert
    $200 16
Worth a lot more today, this tall building, seen here, was completed in the '30s for about $25 million dollars
    $200 2
Romantic, yes, but Romeo & this young bride are not -- we repeat not -- good role models for kids
    $200 21
"Baa, baa, black sheep..."
    $200 26
National UNICEF Day & National Magic Day are observed on this date, the same as Halloween
    $200 1
This vast country is about 1,000 miles northwest of New Zealand
    $400 12
These plants found near Tucson, Arizona may be 50 feet tall, weigh 8 tons & be over 100 years old
    $400 17
The "Hope"ful, priceless object, seen here, is this type of gem
    $400 3
Hard to imagine, but in Shakespeare's time, this queen of Egypt, like other female roles, was played by a boy
    $400 22
"Rock-a-bye baby, on the tree top..."
    $400 27
12-year-old George Abraham Thampy won this contest in 2000; his final word was "demarche"
    $400 7
This country with a direction in its name changed direction in the '90s by ending its apartheid policy
    DD: $400 13
About 3,000 miles wide, its name is from the Arabic for "desert"
    $600 18
You'll have to pay in francs to purchase the arc seen here in this European capital city
    $600 4
Calista Flockhart, TV's Ally McBeal, graced the 1999 movie version of "A Midsummer Night's" one of these
    $600 23
"Jack and Jill went up the hill..."
    DD: $800 28
Held each August in Akron, Ohio, it's been called "The Greatest Amateur Youth Racing Event in the World"
    $600 8
In the 1800s Argentinean cowboys called this inspired the works of many writers & artists
    $800 14
In order to retain as much water as possible, the desert's kangaroo rat lacks these glands
    $800 19
Even if you could purchase this object, seen here, how would you get it home?
    $800 5
For sure! This "Clueless" star played the princess in the 2000 film version of "Love's Labour's Lost"
    $800 24
"This old man, he played one..."
    $800 9
Its northernmost mainland point lies on the Jutland Peninsula at its border with Denmark
    $1000 15
In the Northern Hemisphere you'll find the largest chain of deserts along the line named the Tropic of this
    $1000 20
This $1.5 billion dollar telescope, seen here, has opened our Earth-bound eyes to undreamed-of splendors
    $1000 6
By the end of this Scottish play, the title character has been "kilt"
    $1000 25
"Hickory, dickory, dock..."
    $1000 10
The symbols on this country's coat of arms represent Aragon, Castile & other historic kingdoms

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Danny Reilly Brooks
$5,000 $3,600 -$2,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL
By population, it's the largest city on a Caribbean island, though you may not be allowed to go there

Final scores:

Danny Reilly Brooks
$7,000 $600 -$2,100
Winner: $7,000 + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii 2nd place: MyPoints.com gift certificate + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii 3rd place: MyPoints.com gift certificate + a trip for 4 to the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Oahu, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Danny Reilly Brooks
$6,500 $3,600 -$1,700
22 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
6 W
7 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $8,400

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