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    $600 23
Bodily way you can wait on someone or tie him up
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Show #3702 - Tuesday, October 10, 2000

Contestants

Jim Gromada, a patent agent from Vienna, Virginia

Nancy Huettner, a mental health worker from Manchester, New Hampshire

Eric Hillemann, a college archivist from Northfield, Minnesota (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $20,700)

Jeopardy! Round

THE INC.-UISITION
(Alex: Pay close attention.)
ASIAN PLACES
SPORTS
THE PLAY'S THE THING
THE KENNEDY WOMEN
BEASTLY COMMON BONDS
    $100 11
This Michigan company formerly had a 30-minute pizza delivery guarantee
    $100 6
Bandipur & Sanjay Gandhi are national parks in this nation
    $100 15
On May 22, 1999 this American scored her 108th goal, becoming the all-time leading scorer in int'l soccer
    $100 1
Based on a Colette tale, this comedy about a 16-year-old girl debuted on Broadway in 1951
    $100 21
Jean Kennedy Smith served as U.S. ambassador to this country, the family's ancestral home
    $100 26
Shire,
Arabian,
Percheron
    $200 12
The rhyming New England chain Stop & do this is mentioned in the classic song "Roadrunner"
    $200 7
It was a small town until the opening of foreign trade made it China's largest city
    $200 16
This fleet-footed Chicago Bear was named outstanding back in the Pro Bowl 3 times: 1967, 1968 & 1970
    $200 2
Mary Chase play concerned with the sanity of one Elwood P. Dowd
    $200 22
In May 2000 she was on the cover of People with the headline "Profile in Courage"
    $200 27
Fire,
harvester,
army
    $300 13
Made for over a century by Hillerich & Bradsby Inc., it's the best-known brand of baseball bat
    $300 8
We wonder if there's a village idiot in Moron, 350 miles west of Ulan Bator in this country
    $300 17
(Hi, I'm Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.) I won 6 NBA Most Valuable Player Awards during my career: 3 while playing with the Lakers & 3 with this team
    $300 3
In June 2000 Kelsey Grammer starred on Broadway as this Thane of Glamis
    $300 23
Her stepfather, Hugh Auchincloss, was also the stepfather of writer Gore Vidal
    $300 28
Snowy,
screech,
northern spotted
    $400 14
In the '90s this clothing retailer introduced a "Crewcuts" line for kids
    $400 9
The smallest nation on the Bay of Bengal, most of it is less than 50 feet above sea level
    $400 18
On Oct. 2, 1968 this Cardinal pitcher struck out 17 Detroit Tigers, a new World Series record
    $400 4
"Don Juan in Hell", Act III of this playwright's "Man and Superman", is often performed separately
    DD: $1,000 24
Maryland Lieut. Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend formerly worked in this cabinet dept. her father once headed
    $400 29
Blue,
sperm,
right
    $500 20
In 1989 the company called Corning these Works became simply Corning Inc.
    $500 10
Not to be confused with Yakutsk, this region found on the Risk board lies just west of Lake Baikal
    $500 19
The top U.S. male tennis player of the 1970s, he's the only man to win more than 100 singles titles
    $500 5
The characters in this O'Neill play aren't waiting for Godot, they're waiting for Hickey
    $500 25
Jack & Bobby's sister Patricia was married to this British actor from 1954 to 1966
    $500 30
King,
black-necked,
Indian

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

Eric Nancy Jim
$2,500 $1,100 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Nancy Jim
$3,000 $2,300 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE INQUISITION
THAT'S A MOVIE TITLE
NONPRECIOUS METALS
HE'S THE MAYOR
(Alex: We want you to name the city)
QUILTING
____ & ____
    $200 8
This notorious leader of the Spanish Inquisition died in 1498
    $200 4
This 2000 computer virus was considerably more destructive than Herbie
    $200 13
This drink-can metal forms an oxide layer that helps protect it from corrosion
    $200 1
Rudolph Giuliani
    $200 26
It's the middle layer that pads a quilt, or an activity for Ken Griffey Jr.
    $200 21
Term for a legal case whose outcome is not in doubt
    $400 9
This practice by the Inquisition was sanctioned in 1252; today there's a U.N. convention against it
    $400 5
Feb. 2, especially if it feels like it's happening over & over again
    $400 15
Originally the "pig" type was cast in molds called pigs before being converted to steel
    $400 2
Willie Brown
    $400 27
Also called piecing, it's the type of work used to put together the quilt seen here
    $400 22
This brand whose name means "spotlessly clean" began as a glue-based wall cleaner
    $600 14
French inquisitor Robert Le Bougre reportedly had 180 people executed this way in a day
    $600 10
[Dr. Joyce Brothers gives the clue] Sounds like you're at this difficult relationship stage that Tom Ewell & Marilyn Monroe knew about
    $600 18
This metal symbolized Zn is a compound of insulin
    $600 3
Richard Riordan
    $600 28
A bishop would know this term for a corner where the seams form a 45-degree angle
    $600 23
Bodily way you can wait on someone or tie him up
    $800 16
The Inquisition's main target was this theological dissent, like the Albigensian one
    $800 11
Jim Thompson gained fame writing this in books like "The Killer Inside Me"; so did Quentin Tarantino
    $800 19
The calcium & strontium types are 2 of these metallic compunds found after "Union" in a corporate name
    $800 6
Anthony Williams
    $800 29
8-letter term for the plastic or cardboard pattern used as a guide when cutting fabric
    DD: $1,000 24
[Here with the clue is Bill Nye the Science Guy] Of the 3 main types of joints in the body, this one allows the greatest freedom of movement
    $1000 17
Meaning "act of faith", it was the ceremony where Inquisition decisions were announced
    DD: $1,500 12
(Hey, I'm Lars Ulrich from Metallica.) You are out of order if you can't name this album of ours that shares its name with an Al Pacino movie
    $1000 20
This reddish metal is a great conductor of heat as well as electricity, so it's used in cooking utensils
    $1000 7
Bill Campbell
    $1000 30
This term for a quilt using irregular scraps of material can refer to anything thrown together
    $1000 25
Tennyson wrote of "Nature, red in" these 2 animal body parts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Nancy Jim
$6,800 $9,600 $6,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSICALS
This musical inspired by an opera features the songs "The Gods Love Nubia" & "Another Pyramid"

Final scores:

Eric Nancy Jim
$1 $13,600 $1,200
3rd place: Replay TV Hard Disk Recorder New champion: $13,600 2nd place: Trip to Sanibel Harbor Resort & Spa, Florida

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Eric Nancy Jim
$6,800 $9,900 $6,600
17 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $23,300

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