Show #3309 - Thursday, January 14, 1999

Contestants

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Kristine Bachand, a permit coordinator from Portland, Oregon

Mason Cole, a communications director from Portland, Oregon

Stacy Lammers, a communications specialist from Lansing, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE OLD WEST
ROY ROGERS
(Alex: He's part of the Old West!)
HAPPY
TRAILS
U2
(Alex: Whoops, we got it backwards!)
UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN
    $100 16
This was discovered by James Marshall on the American River, January 24, 1848
    $100 26
Roy proposed to her on horseback in 1947, & New Year's Eve 1997 was their 50th wedding anniversary
    $100 11
1937 animated film whose characters include the Magic Mirror & Happy
    $100 17
It's an assortment of nuts, seeds & dried fruits eaten by hikers
    $100 1
The band's members were still in high school in this city in 1978 when they won a talent show
    $100 6
On June 27, 1967 Israel's parliament voted to officially reunite this city
    $200 18
For protecting a cowboy's legs, they come in varieties like shotgun & woollies
    $200 27
Roy wasn't a star yet when he had a fight scene with this older singing cowboy in the 1930s film "The Old Corral"
    $200 12
People are sometimes "Happy as" this bird of the family Alaudidae
    $200 22
You'd have to walk over 2,000 miles to go end to end on this east coast national scenic trail
    $200 2
3-letter name shared by U2's breakthrough 1983 album & an Eric Burdon group
    $200 7
Last name of Cuban half-brothers & pitchers Livan & Orlando, reunited after both defected
    $300 19
A Concord, New Hampshire firm sold these vehicles, driven by a "Jehu", for about $1300 each
    $300 28
This co-star of Roy's '50s TV series was German -- well, actually he was a German shepherd
    $300 13
This song on "Ren & Stimpy" "is about a whale -- no!"
    $300 23
The trail of Daniel Boone's Wilderness Road took it through this famous gap
    $300 3
U2's first Top 40 hit in the U.S., "Pride (In the Name of Love)", was a tribute to this man
    $300 8
These 2 characters were reunited in a 1998 TV movie (played by Larry Wilcox & Erik Estrada)
    $400 20
This word meaning "to saunter along" is said to be a corruption of the Spanish vamos
    DD: $800 14
From the Latin for "happy", they're the declarations Jesus made on the mount
    $400 24
From the Dutch for a "track", it's a trail left by an animal
    $400 4
The hero of the film for which U2 recorded "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me"
    $400 9
The P-Rade is a p-roud tradition of class reunions at this New Jersey university
    $500 21
Cities in Nebraska, Ohio & California are named for this topographical engineer nicknamed "The Pathfinder"
    $500 15
This '70s vice president's wife Margaretta was known as Happy
    $500 25
The Wonderland Trail circles this Washington peak
    $500 5
The success of this 1987 album helped earn the band a Time magazine cover
    $500 10
In Greek myth this wife of Hades came up every year for a reunion with her mother, Demeter

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Stacy Mason Kristine
$1,700 $300 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stacy Mason Kristine
$2,300 $1,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

GENETICS
NO PLAIN JANE
ALAS, MORE SHAKESPEARE!
(Alex: But not with Johnny Gilbert!)
MOVIE CHARACTERS
(Alex: You have to name the movie)
ALL THE PRESIDENTS' MEN
(Alex: That was a movie)
VERY CROSS WORD CLUES
    $200 17
Genentech, founded in 1976 with no products, genetically engineered this hormone for diabetics in 1978
    $200 5
Mr. Rochester called her a "provoking puppet" & a "malicious elf"
    $200 26
When he asks, "Shall Banquo's issue ever reign in this kingdom?" the witches reply, "Seek to know no more"
    $200 12
Mickey,
Apollo Creed,
Adrian
    $200 1
The day after President Kennedy took office, Robert Kennedy was sworn in to this post
    $200 3
Violent anger; perhaps at your old Plymouth of the same name
    $400 18
William Bateson coined the term "genetics" in 1906 to describe science based on this monk's work
    $400 6
Jane Wiedlin was the guitarist for the Misfits; later the band took this name & had a hit with "We Got The Beat"
    $400 27
Cleopatra says of this animal, "Dost thou not see my baby at my breast that sucks the nurse asleep?"
    $400 13
Lt. John Dunbar,
Stands with a Fist,
Kicking Bird
    $400 2
Before presiding over the Confederacy, he was Secretary of War under Franklin Pierce
    $400 4
According to the King James Bible, "A soft answer turneth" it "away"
    $600 19
The technique of gene splicing produces hybrid molecules known as "Recombinant" this
    $600 7
She's the prize-winning author of "Moo" & "A Thousand Acres"
    $600 14
Stacy Hamilton,
Jeff Spicoli,
Mr. Hand
    $600 8
The same night Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, this Secretary of State was wounded by an accomplice of John Wilkes Booth
    $600 11
Dylan Thomas said to do it, do it "Against the dying of the light"
    $800 20
A genetically engineered one of these produce items went on sale in 1994 under the name Flavr Savr
    DD: $1,000 22
She described her narrative world as "The little bit (two inches wide) of ivory on which I work with, so fine a brush"
    DD: $1,200 15
Ali,
Daniel,
Mr. Miyagi
    $800 9
He was FDR's Secretary of Agriculture before becoming his vice president in 1941
    $800 24
From Latin for "shade", you can "give" or "take" it
    $1000 21
The autoradiograph seen here is called a genetic one of these, though it doesn't use whirls or loops
    $1000 23
This New Zealander directed "Sweetie" & "The Piano"
    $1000 16
David St. Hubbins,
Nigel Tufnel,
Derek Smalls
    $1000 10
Amid allegations of personal indiscretions, this aide & advisor to President Clinton resigned in August 1996
    $1000 25
It can mean to emit vapor or to show irritation

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stacy Mason Kristine
$6,500 $3,300 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ISLANDS
At 3,600 square miles, it's the largest island in the Mediterranean where Italian is not an official language

Final scores:

Stacy Mason Kristine
$999 $999 $5,400
2nd place: Trip to Atlantis Paradise Resort & Casino, Bahamas 3rd place: Monorail Desktop PC New champion: $5,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Stacy Mason Kristine
$6,500 $3,300 $6,400
15 R,
1 W
12 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 3 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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