Show #3667 - Tuesday, July 11, 2000

Doug Lach game 4.

Contestants

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Carey Ramos, a market researcher from San Diego, California

Robert Hartle, a typesetter from Austin, Texas

Doug Lach, a product development manager from Columbus, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $56,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL NOBILITY
"TRAN"SITION
WAY BACK IN 1999
MASKS
MOTHER GOOSE
BROWNSVILLE
    $100 3
Jonathan Harker's journal says this title character has "peculiarly sharp white teeth; these protruded over the lips"
    $100 8
A negotiated business deal
    $100 25
A 20-year-long restoration of this chapel, home to Michelangelo's "The Last Judgment", was wrapped up
    $100 1
The simplest diving combo contains a mask & this breathing tube
    $100 12
It's the city where the pussy cat went "to look at the queen"
    $100 30
This shade of brown is also a plant resin that'll hold a bug "forever"
    $200 4
"The Sword in the Stone" is the first book in T.H. White's series about this "once and future king"
    $200 14
The rendering of something in the words of a different language
    $200 26
In August one of these, the size of Rhode Island, threatened ships between South America & Antarctica
    $200 2
They're the 2 styles represented by the masks seen here (also on the Tony Award)
    $200 13
"The king was in his counting-house counting out his money; the queen was in the parlor, eating" this
    $200 18
Animal shades of brown include mink, seal, fox & this "ship of the desert"
    $300 5
Escaping after 14 years in prison, Edmond Dantes makes his way to an island & assumes this title persona
    $300 15
To move an organ or tissue from one body to another
    $300 27
As part of a 10-year research project, the Atlanta Zoo got Lun-Lun & Yang-Yang, a pair of these
    $300 9
Among the men who wore their own distinct styles of these were Rogatien Vachon & Tony Esposito
    $300 19
He "Kissed the girls and made them cry" & ran away "when the boys came out to play"
    $300 21
On your palette or in a mug, mix chocolate & coffee & you get this
    $400 6
Mrs. Erlynne turns out to be the mother of this Wilde woman in an 1892 play
    $400 16
Examples include Xanax & Valium
    $400 28
The 100 jurors William Rehnquist swore in on January 7, 1999 were all members of this
    DD: $700 10
This hero first donned his mask in the 1919 story "The Curse of Capistrano"
    $400 20
"Bobby Shafto's gone to sea" with these "on his knee"
    $400 22
The umber pigment can be "raw" or this
    $500 7
Lady Catherine de Bourgh is the arrogant aunt of this proud hero of an Austen novel
    $500 17
It's the fictional device whose use often followed the classic line heard here:

[Beep]
"Scotty, beam me up!"
    $500 29
This province's capital of Pristina wasn't so pristine; it was bombed by NATO
    $500 11
"Sport" in which the mask seen here is used
    $500 24
It's what the rat ate in "The House that Jack Built"
    $500 23
You'll find this shade of brown in the name Audrey Hepburn

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Doug Robert Carey
$2,200 $400 -$900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Robert Carey
$4,200 $2,600 -$900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE LIVING WORLD
MERYL STREEP FILMS
FRENCH LEADERS
'50s FASHION
CROSSWORD CLUES "S"
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS
    $200 7
In the names of hummingbirds, this body part might be a "blue-" or "ruby-"
    $200 1
Before hitting "The Beach", he played Meryl Streep's son in 1996's "Marvin's Room"
    $200 6
Both Henry III & Henry IV were removed from office by this method
    $200 5
These colorful imports from the islands were perfect to top off Bermuda shorts
    $200 22
Ice cream portion, or breaking news story
(5)
    $200 27
There are now 3 bridges over this river that link Brownsville with Matamoros, Mexico
    $400 8
Kelp is a visible example of these; spirogyra is a microscopic one
    $400 3
Streep suspects unsafe working conditions at the Kerr-McGee nuclear plant in this 1983 film bio
    $400 2
He married a Polish princess, lost Canada to the English & made a Pompadour center of his life
    $400 18
Ferragamo introduced these floor-scarring shoes whose name comes from the Italian for "dagger"
    $400 23
Racquet game, or gourd-shaped veggie
(6)
    $600 11
When a maple tree loses its keys, it loses these
    $600 4
Streep won an Oscar for playing this title role seen here: "The time I left I felt that there was nothing terribly wrong with me & that my son would be better off without me"
    $600 14
In 1995 Jacques Chirac became president of this current numerical republic
    $600 19
This polyester fiber from Du Pont made men's trousers "Neater... more comfortable... with less care"
    $600 16
Lustrous last name of actor Martin
(5)
    $600 29
The Battle of Palmito Ranch near Brownsville was fought a month after this war ended
    $800 12
Although shaped like the bottom of a shoe, this protozoan doesn't walk, but swims by shaking its cilia
    $800 9
Streep mastered a Danish accent, but Robert Redford's British accent was vetoed for this 1985 Oscar winner
    $800 15
On July 17, 1429, with a little help from Joan of Arc, the seventh king of this name was crowned at Reims
    DD: $2,000 20
Found in a 1955 Sloan Wilson novel title, it was the uniform of the businessman
    $800 25
It precedes Club & Leone
(6)
    $800 26
Brownsville is the gateway to this popular spring break destination located on a barrier reef
    $1000 13
This high-altitude resident of the Rockies is North America's closest relative of the true antelopes
    $1000 10
What was Meryl Streep thinking, stealing Ed Begley Jr. away from Roseanne in this 1989 comedy?
    DD: $2,000 17
Louis, the nephew of this ruler of France, was the only ruler of the Second Republic
    $1000 21
The formless chemise dubbed this by Balenciaga & Givenchy was popular in 1957
    $1000 24
Sultan's wife, or seedless raisin
(7)
    $1000 28
This general & future pres. founded a fort on the city's site in 1846

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Robert Carey
$12,400 $3,600 $1,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE PULITZER PRIZES
Theodore H. White, the first general nonfiction winner, won for an account of this man's election to the U.S. presidency

Final scores:

Doug Robert Carey
$17,400 $3,799 $3,400
4-day champion: $73,400 2nd place: Debit card from Wingspanbank.com 3rd place: Olympus C2500L Digital Camera

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Doug Robert Carey
$9,900 $3,600 $1,700
27 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
3 W
6 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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