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    $400 2
This island's first colony c. 986 & its first modern permanent one in 1721 were established by Norwegians
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Show #3578 - Wednesday, March 8, 2000

Contestants

Lynne Bruchet, a behavior specialist from Tallahassee, Florida

David Grindle, an opera stage manager from Atlanta, Georgia

Rocco Sinisi, a police officer from Rockville Centre, New York (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $12,000)

Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES BY ORDER
(Alex: We'll give you the order)
INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINK
VOICE TALENT
BANNED ON EBAY
FAMOUS FACES
GIMME AN "F"
    $100 19
Order of the Bath
    $100 17
In Cyprus this common drink is served Greek style: short, strong & unfiltered
    $100 14
Ay chihuahua, Billy West was not only Stimpy, but this dog pal of his
    $100 1
eBay has banned the sale of all of these from BB to bazooka
    $100 2
He towered over the other contestants on "Celebrity Jeopardy!"
    $100 7
Farrah knows the name of this plumbing fixture comes from the Latin for "false"
    $200 27
Order of St. Louis
    $200 18
Shyakpa is a meat & potato stew favored by the Sherpas of this country
    $200 15
For over 45 years Thurl Ravenscroft has been the voice of this cereal tiger
    $200 3
This recitation from "The Wizard of Oz" lists 3 banned items, oh my!
    $200 10
The husband & wife comedy team seen here; he outlived her by over 31 years
    $200 8
North Carolina was hit hard by this hurricane that shares its name with Mayberry's barber
    $300 28
Order of Our Lady of Guadalupe
    $300 20
Malossol on the label means this rich Russian "fishy" food is prepared with "little salt"
    $300 16
Janet Waldo is still this space-age teen in Radio Shack/Sprint commercials
    $300 4
After bidding on about $3 million in goods, 13-year-old Andrew Tyler was banned by eBay & by this pair
    $300 11
She's the sultry superstar sister seen here:
    $300 9
An artificial channel that transports logs, it follows "log" in the names of theme park rides
    $400 29
Order of the Dannebrog
    $400 21
Bulgarians enjoy banitsa, a pastry stuffed with fruit or this milk curd product
    $400 23
Lorenzo Music calls this cat "Carlton (the Doorman) with fur"
    $400 5
As eBay has banned sales of any type of this, pinot is a no-no
    $400 12
This crooner, seen here, died on Christmas Day, 1995
    $400 25
You might find yourself in this state of wild agitation while viewing the Hitchcock film of the same name
    $500 30
Order of St. Ferdinand
    $500 22
In American Samoa a solemn ceremony goes with drinking kava from a cup that's one of these shells
    $500 24
Chatting with Bobby in the opening of "Bobby's World" had him chatting with himself
    $500 6
Before the listing was pulled, the bid on one of these paired organs was up to $5.7 million
    $500 13
This big screen "Mambo King" recently directed the film "Crazy In Alabama"
    DD: $1,400 26
Actor Colin, or a narrow inlet of the sea (especially in Scotland)

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

Rocco David Lynne
$1,500 $500 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rocco David Lynne
$3,800 $900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE HUNDRED YEARS' WAR
GLAND CENTRAL STATION
WOMEN WRITERS
SEARCHING THE GLOBE
TITLE ROLES
(Alex: Name the performer)
GIVE ME SOME DIRECTION
    $200 6
The Burgundians captured this French leader & sold her to the English for 10,000 francs
    $200 25
These glands secrete liquid into the mouths of mammals to help break down starches
    $200 10
Last name of Anne, sister of Emily & Charlotte, who wrote "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall"
    $200 1
In the 1840s William Colenso explored the northern end of this country's North Island
    $200 16
"Private Benjamin"
(1980)
    $200 11
In the thesaurus, "Fluffy" & "Fleecy" are listed with this word that's also an "April-Fresh" fabric softener
    $400 7
During the war France helped Owen Glendower in his attempt to free this country from English rule
    $400 26
It's the growth-influencing gland at the base of the brain
    $400 21
Anne has been convinced not to marry Wentworth in this woman's novel "Persuasion"
    $400 2
This island's first colony c. 986 & its first modern permanent one in 1721 were established by Norwegians
    $400 17
"Gilda"
(1946)
    $400 12
In 1961 the future sex counselor born Ruth Siegel married a man named this
    DD: $600 8
The Frenche captured this poet brave and handsome, but the kynge wyth 16 pounds dyd pay hys ransome
    $600 27
This ductless gland in the base of the neck secretes the hormones for controlling metabolism
    $600 22
A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, her "Black and Blue" was selected for Oprah's Book Club in 1998
    $600 3
1843's "Incidents of Travel in Yucatan" was devoted to telling of this civilization's ruins
    $600 18
"Nell"
(1994)
    $600 13
Pot pies are a good way to "dress up" these
    $800 9
This weapon with a rapid rate of fire was an early English asset
    DD: $1,000 28
These glands located above each kidney secrete steroids & epinephrine
    $800 23
Money & "A Room of One's Own" are needed if a woman is to be a writer, she asserted in a 1929 essay
    $800 4
Around 1620 Pietro Della Valle brought to Europe a copy of this script from Behistun in Mesopotamia
    $800 19
"Sabrina"
(1954)
    $800 14
This Manhattan area, once a haven for Jewish immigrants, was called Loisada when Spanish speakers moved in
    $1000 29
It's the cone-shaped organ in the brain that secretes melatonin
    $1000 24
In 1899 readers awakened to "The Awakening", written by this woman
    $1000 5
While awaiting a permit to look for Troy, he spent part of 1869 in Indianapolis getting a divorce
    $1000 20
"Sabrina"
(1995)
    $1000 15
On June 18, 1997 the convention of this religious group voted to boycott Disney

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rocco David Lynne
$4,800 -$100 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

TEXTILES
(Alex: There's an exciting subject!)
This synthetic material is named for the sports venue where it was installed in 1966

Final scores:

Rocco David Lynne
$5,401 -$100 $9,601
2nd place: Zenith 36" Stereo TV & Boston Acoustics Home Theater Package 3rd place: High Sierra Sport Company Gift Certificate New champion: $9,601

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Rocco David Lynne
$3,900 -$300 $5,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $9,000

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