Show #3715 - Friday, October 27, 2000


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Beth White, a communications director from Dunbar, West Virginia

Anthony DiMarco, a government representative from Tallahassee, Florida

David Franklin, a filmmaker and professor from Brooklyn, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you some shades, you give us the color.)
    $100 1
Hilary Swank won in 2000 for pretending to be a boy; this actress won for the same thing the year before
    $100 2
    $100 21
He's the Monty Python member heard here reading from Dante's "Inferno"
    $100 11
Decorate your den with an NBA retired number banner, like this team's featuring Walt Frazier & Willis Reed
    $100 16
Goldthwait's moniker
    $200 29
A major NYC cancer center was endowed by 2 GM executives, Alfred Sloan & him
    $200 7
After winning for "Philadelphia", Tom Hanks followed it up the next year with a win for this role
    $200 3
    $200 22
He's the singer reading here from "The Eye of the Prophet" by Kahlil Gibran
    $200 12
This container is named for its purpose of keeping cigar tobacco moist
    $200 17
It's his political party
    $300 26
(Hi, y'all, we're the Dixie Chicks.) In 1999 we hosted the most lucrative concert ever for this children's research hospital in Memphis
    $300 8
She lost with 2 Oscar nominations for 1993 films, "In the Name of the Father" & "The Remains of the Day"
    $300 4
    $300 23
It's the last name shared by the musician who wrote the book heard here & of his son who's reading it

"I can see men of all colors bouncing along in the boxcar..."
    $300 13
True Temper distributes golf clubs with shafts of this metal named for mighty Greek gods
    $300 18
Omar Khayyam's handiwork
    $400 27
This Harvard Med School teaching hospital is the oldest & largest general hospital in New England
    DD: $1,000 9
They're the 2 actresses named Hunt who've won acting Oscars
    $400 5
    $400 24
Jack Kerouac's "The Dharma Bums" is read here by this literary giant who knew him
    $400 14
If your office has burl walnut trim, you might want to get this company's XK8 Coupe to match it
    $400 19
This neck scarf is named for its resemblance to one worn by Croatian soldiers
    $500 28
An L.A. hospital is named for this fellow, the subject of a parable in Luke
    $500 10
James Gleason was nominated for "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" & Jack Warden was nominated for this 1978 remake
    $500 6
    $500 25
Made into a movie starring Leo DiCaprio, the "Diaries" heard here are read by this man who wrote them

"Today was my first City League game and my first day in any organized basketball league..."
    $500 15
The Flavorizer Bar is a feature of this company's Genesis Platinum gas grill
    $500 20
The Captain & Tennille sang of this kind of beastly love

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

David Anthony Beth
$700 $1,200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Anthony Beth
$2,100 $1,600 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the middle name, you have to give us the complete name.)
(Alex: You have to identify the U.S. state where it's at.)
    $200 3
Some politicians made fun of this president's fussiness by referring to him as "Granny Hayes"
    $200 1
"Kidnapped By UFOs?" was a probing episode of this PBS series whose name is Latin for "new"
    $200 26
In the 18th century Charles Messier was known as "The Ferret" of these tailed bodies
    $200 21
"Chairman" & singer Albert
    $200 11
This talk show host said in 1988, "If there had never been a Phil, there never would have been a me"
    $200 16
Carlsbad Caverns,
White Sands
    $400 4
He was born on a farm near the Pedernales River on August 27, 1908
    $400 2
(Hi, I'm Wallace Langham.) My mother was a costume designer on this first TV variety series hosted by this brother-&-sister duo
    $400 27
Edouard Stephan's "quest" for these collections of stars & gas got his name on a quintet of them
    $400 22
"People" lover & star born with the middle name Joan
    $400 12
Carol Burnett quipped that doing this "Is like taking your lower lip & forcing it over your head"
    $400 17
The Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum,
Edwards Air Force Base
    $600 5
In 1905 he celebrated St. Patrick's Day by marrying one of his distant cousins
    $600 8
On this D.C.-set sitcom, Phil faked his own death & went into hiding because he knew too much about Whitewater
    $600 28
In 1932 Karl Jansky, studying these waves, detected them coming from space
    $600 23
Surgeon (pediatric & general) Everett
    $600 13
Jacqueline Roque said of him, "If my husband ever met a woman... who looked like one of his paintings, he would faint"
    $600 18
The Valentine Museum,
The Museum & White House of the Confederacy
    DD: $900 6
(Former president Jimmy Carter delivers the clue from the Carter Center in Atlanta.) This man was the first president inaugurated in Washington, D.C.
    $800 9
It isn't quite as harrowing as "ER" when real people get makeovers on the E! series known as "Fashion" this
    $800 29
Willy Ley brought this man into the German Rocket Society, but unlike him wouldn't work with the Nazis
    DD: $1,200 24
Current Supreme Court justice Hubbs
    $800 14
This cartoonist calls "Mothers, food, love and career: the four major guilt groups"
    $800 19
Wounded Knee Village,
Buechel Memorial Lakota Museum
    $1000 7
A member of the Warren Commission, he co-wrote "Portrait of the Assassin", a book about Lee Harvey Oswald
    $1000 10
On "SNL" this performer with a rhyming name portrayed Arianna the Cheerleader, Mariah Carey & Judge Judy
    $1000 30
The name of this Project Mercury flight director sounds like a famous brand of powerboat
    $1000 25
Canadian prime minister Elliott
    $1000 15
She told Ernest Hemingway, "You are all a lost generation"
    $1000 20
Cumberland Caverns,
Lookout Mountain Incline Railway

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Anthony Beth
$7,300 $1,600 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The eastern variety of this language is based on the dialect of the city of Yerevan & the Ararat Valley

Final scores:

David Anthony Beth
$1,400 $1,200 $700
2-day champion: $10,799 2nd place: Trip to Singapore courtesy of 3rd place: Gift Certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Anthony Beth
$7,300 $2,800 $8,900
18 R,
1 W
12 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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Game tape date: 2000-09-26
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