Show #3307 - Tuesday, January 12, 1999

Contestants

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Darren Davis, a web developer from Seattle, Washington

Laura Rhodes, a teacher from Chicago, Illinois

Jeremy King, a laundromat night manager from Columbia, South Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

NO. 1 HITS
WWII
THE 3 TENORS
THE 4 SEASONS
THE 5 BOOKS OF MOSES
(Alex: A theme is a-building!)
THE "6"th SENSE
    $100 2
In 1986 she topped the charts with "How Will I Know" & "The Greatest Love of All"
    $100 15
After the invasion of Poland, Great Britain & this nation declared war on Germany on September 3, 1939
    $100 29
The boys first teamed up in 1990 for a concert at the Baths of Caracalla in this city
    $100 17
Chamonix, France was the site of the first of these Olympics in 1924
    $100 24
After losing his coat of many colors to his brothers, he lost another garment to Potiphar's eager wife
    $100 11
In the old saw, it precedes "Half a dozen of the other"
    $200 8
1984s "The Reflex" was this band's first No. 1 song in the U.S.; "Hungry Like The Wolf" peaked at No. 3
    $200 14
Led by Anilewicz, the valiant fighters of this Polish city area held off Nazi attacks in 1943
    $200 6
The 3 Tenors inspired Kathleen Cassello, Kallen Esperian & Cynthia Lawrence to tour as this group
    $200 16
The first day of summer in Bolivia is in this month
    $200 22
Tod Stiles & Buzz Murdock cruised America in a 1960 Corvette in this TV series
    $300 12
This singer was habit-forming with his 1986 hit "Addicted To Love"
    $300 1
Gen. McAuliffe's famous one-word reply to a German demand for surrender during the Battle of the Bulge
    $300 4
Among the classic songs interpreted by Pavarotti is this one also called "Nel Blu, Dipinto Di Blu"
    $300 18
In Italy, spring is known as this; pass the pasta!
    $300 3
Name of the book whose second verse begins, "Take ye the sum of all the congregation"
    $300 10
Ah, yes, I remember it well, this year of the original "Woodstock Music & Art Fair"
    $400 13
The movie "Buster" starred this singer & drummer, who hit No. 1 with "Two Hearts", the movie's theme
    DD: $500 5
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
Seen here, he commanded the British 8th Army from 1942 to 1944
    $400 28
On their 1994 & 1998 albums, Luciano performs "Nessun Dorma" from this composer's "Turandot"
    $400 19
Thomas Paine scorned this seasonal warrior & the "Sunshine Patriot" in a 1776 pamphlet
    $400 9
This fifth book of the Pentateuch consists mostly of Moses laying down the law
    $400 23
According to Tennyson, the number of men in the Light Brigade during its fateful charge
    $500 21
No. 1 songs from her "Forever Your Girl" album include the title track & "Cold Hearted"
    $500 7
This admiral directed Japan's naval operations in the year following Pearl Harbor
    $500 27
From Greek for a certain musical instrument, it's the type of tenor Placido Domingo is
    $500 20
In the first line of "Richard III", this is "Made glorious summer by this sun of York"
    $500 25
Sarah's handmaid bore Abraham this son & was told, "His hand will be against every man"
    $500 26
In both an Iron Maiden hit song & the apocalypse of St. John, it's the number of the beast

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jeremy Laura Darren
$0 $400 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Laura Darren
$1,100 $2,400 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

METRO MIAMI
BLACK & WHITE CLASSICS
SPELL IT OUT
(Alex: And you have to spell it out!)
COMMUNICATION
RICH FELLAS
IT'S A MYSTERY
    $200 3
Warm, inviting Miami lies just 2 degrees north of this tropic line
    $200 6
Stuck in the wilderness in "The Gold Rush", he boils his boot for dinner
    $200 27
A sexy 60-year-old would know how to spell...
    $200 26
In 1979 Saatchi & Saatchi, Britain's largest of these agencies, helped bring Margaret Thatcher to power
    $200 12
The villainous broadcast tycoon in "Tomorrow Never Dies" reminded some of this Australian-born mogul
    $200 4
With his first Maigret novel in 1931, he's considered one of the inventors of the police procedural
    $400 10
You may have to claw your way into Joe's popular spot for the "stone" type of these crustaceans
    $400 7
In a 1944 classic, it's the title type of insurance Barbara Stanwyck takes out on her husband
    $400 22
One channel of communication, perhaps with the dead; its plural form means all press & broadcasters
    $400 2
The 2 millionaires Jacqueline Bouvier married
    $400 5
Store det. Wolf J. Flywheel in the film "The Big Store", Ron Goulart made him a master detective in a 1998 book
    $600 25
The University of Miami football team shares its name with these dreaded local events
    DD: $1,100 1
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Janet Leigh) In "Psycho", it's the name of the establishment where I met my end"
    $600 11
Phone home & then spell....
    $600 21
Violin strings do it to produce sound; a pager does it to signal you silently
    $600 13
Pulitzer winner James Merrill could focus on poetry -- his dad founded a brokerage house with this man
    $600 16
His crime novel "Rum Punch" was filmed by Quentin Tarantino as "Jackie Brown"
    $800 18
It's one of Miami Beach's best-known hotels & perhaps the one with the most elegant name
    $800 8
In 1953 Audrey Hepburn won hearts as the runaway princess in this film
    $800 20
A classic model of communication refers to the person at the end stage as this, like part of a phone
    $800 14
This fast food co.'s stock took a quarter pounding when it didn't make the list of Warren Buffett's major holdings
    $800 17
Mr. Contreras lives downstairs from this Paretsky P.I.
    $1000 19
Directional name for the area that's the home of Miami's Art Deco District
    $1000 9
This 1939 film includes the line "What do they know of heaven and hell, Cathy, who know nothing of life?"
    $1000 23
Add 3 letters to "oration" to get this word for the conclusion of a speech
    $1000 15
Once chairman of the Chase Manahattan Bank, he's a founding board member of the Trilateral Commission
    $1000 24
This "L.A. Confidential" author's "My Dark Places" looks into the real investigation of his mom's murder

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Laura Darren
$4,600 $8,000 $3,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
In its history this government body has had a total of 108 members, 106 of them men

Final scores:

Jeremy Laura Darren
$9,200 $9,201 $7,000
2nd place: Trip to Loew's L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Washington, D.C. New champion: $9,201 3rd place: Panasonic DVD Player

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeremy Laura Darren
$4,600 $8,000 $3,800
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
2 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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