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    $200 8
She named Polonium & had an element named after her & her husband
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Show #3465 - Friday, October 1, 1999

Steve Fried game 5.

Contestants

Sean O'Donnell, an administrative assistant from Long Beach, California

Liz Andres, a small business manager from Phoenix, Arizona

Steve Fried, an airline and cruise scheduler from Phoenix, Arizona (4-day champion whose cash winnings total $36,300)

Jeopardy! Round

LITTLE ROCK
FLAGS OF THE WORLD
HISTORIC LEADERS
LITERATURE
IT'S A DRAG (MOVIE)
4-LETTER WORDS
    $100 16
Little Rock is this state's capital
    $100 22
The night sky on Brazil's flag represents the one seen from this city
    $100 21
He was just 3 years old when he was proclaimed Grand Prince of Moscow in 1533 -- hmm, not so "terrible"
    $100 11
In "A Study in Scarlet", he told Holmes, "I have all the facts in my journal, and the public shall know them"
    $100 4
1993, starring Robin Williams
    $100 1
Dr. Spock wrote, you don't have to teach a child to do this at 12-15 months; "You won't be able to stop him"
    $200 17
In 1979, at age 32, he moved into the governor's mansion in Little Rock
    $200 23
In 1984 Egypt replaced the hawk on its flag with this other bird of prey
    $200 24
Andrea Dandolo was the doge of this city when it was devastated by the plague in 1348
    $200 12
In 1823 James Fenimore Cooper wrote "The Pioneers", the first in the series of these "tales"
    $200 5
1960, starring Anthony Perkins
    $200 2
It means food, especially a "mein" course
    $300 18
In 1957 Gov. Faubus tried to prevent this in Little Rock's Central High
    $300 28
Afghanistan's flag has a mosque in a wreath made of stalks of this grain
    $300 25
Holy Roman Emperor Charles V was the grandson of this Spanish royal pair
    $300 13
"I must go, Cathy", said Heathcliff, seeking to extricate himself from his companion's arms in this novel
    $300 6
1959, starring Lemmon & Curtis
    $300 3
A spot of light on a radar screen, perhaps denoting an incoming plane
    $400 19
This national frozen yogurt chain was founded in Little Rock & has a big tower there
    DD: $500 29
"Wat"'s new for this country? Its flag seen here, adopted in 1993
    $400 26
Born around 1849, this leader of the Oglala Sioux was praised even by his enemies as a military strategist
    $400 14
George Du Maurier introduced this evil hypnotist in his 1894 novel "Trilby"
    $400 7
1982, starring Dustin Hoffman
    $400 9
In Major League Baseball, you're out if you do this with 2 strikes & the ball goes foul
    $500 20
The old mill at Lakeshore Dr. & Fairway Ave. was used in the opening of this 1939 film
    $500 30
The blue & red in the flags of Chad & Andorra are from this country's blue-white-red flag
    $500 27
He became Kenya's first prime minister in 1963 & its first president in 1964
    $500 15
Wilkins is the first name of this "David Copperfield" character who's always waiting "In case anything turned up"
    $500 8
1992, starring Jaye Davidson
    $500 10
A promise in God's name, or an expression that takes God's name in vain

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

Steve Liz Sean
$1,900 $700 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Liz Sean
$2,900 $1,800 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

"LITTLE" ROCK
WORLD MYTH
BUSINESSMEN
ELEMENT NAMES
CAPITAL (CITY) PUNISHMENT
QUOTATIONS
    $200 1
It's how Ringo Starr wailed he'd get by
    $200 12
This Greek goddess of wisdom sprang fully armed from the head of her father Zeus
    $200 23
In the 1920s businessman Marcus Loew combined 3 movie production companies to form this one
    $200 8
She named Polonium & had an element named after her & her husband
    $200 3
Sofia
    $200 13
"I am in the presence of the ghost of Christmas yet to come?" said he
    $400 2
The 1996 Grammy Album of the Year was this Morissette masterpiece
    $400 14
Utu, the Sumerian god of this celestial body, judges the dead in the underworld at the end of the day
    $400 24
His first mail order catalog in 1872 was 1 page thick
    $400 19
It was named after the elder gods of Greece
    $400 4
Skopje
    $400 15
Twain novel containing the line, "You feel mighty free and easy and comfortable on a raft"
    $600 9
The moment Dionne Warwick woke up, before she put on her makeup, she did this
    $600 22
False face societies cured illnesses among the tribes of this Native American group, the Six Nations
    $600 27
In 1983 he sold his discount brokerage company to Bankamerica & in 1987 he bought it back again
    DD: $700 20
Holmium was named for this city
    $600 5
Vaduz
    $600 16
L. Frank Baum wrote, "The road to the city of emeralds is paved with" this
    DD: $2,000 10
Freddie Mercury said he thought up this, Queen's first No. 1 hit, while lounging in a tub
    $800 25
Heimdall guarded the Bifrost Rainbow Bridge which led to this realm, the home of Valhalla
    $800 28
At age 19 in 1984 he founded PCs Limited, selling souped-up IBMs from his dorm room
    $800 21
Silver is from an Anglo-Saxon word; this element's name is from the Spanish for "silver"
    $800 6
Tashkent
    $800 17
"When we perish we turn into mere foam on the sea" is a line from this Hans Christian Andersen tale
    $1000 11
It's what Otis Redding in 1967 & Three Dog Night in 1969 wanted you to "try"
    $1000 26
The Tuatha de Danann, early inhabitants of this island, are said to live in the hills with faeries
    $1000 29
The Mirage was the first resort venture he built in Las Vegas; Treasure Island, his second
    $1000 30
The element symbolized Fm was named for a scientist, Fermi; Am was named for this
    $1000 7
Abuja
    $1000 18
In this poem Robert Browning wrote, "Rats! They fought the dogs and killed the cats"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Liz Sean
$7,300 $2,800 $2,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
In 1995 a library at the Glasgow Veterinary School was named in his honor

Final scores:

Steve Liz Sean
$8,900 $2,800 $1,900
5-day champion: $45,200 2nd place: Trip to Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, to celebrate the millennium 3rd place: Polaroid Photomax Digital Camera Creative Kit

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Steve Liz Sean
$6,100 $2,800 $2,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
11 R,
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
9 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,700

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