Show #3321 - Monday, February 1, 1999

Contestants

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Jenn Reilly, a teaching assistant from Lowell, Massachusetts

David Tate, an operations research analyst from Vienna, Virginia

Paul Reisser, a physician from Thousand Oaks, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

BLACK HISTORY
(Alex: In honor of Black History Month.)
MAKING A LIST
SCARY AUTHORS
(Alex: I will give you titles of some of the works, you have to identify the scary author)
TELEVISION
SAINT PAUL
THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH
    $100 8
Harry Truman ended it in the Army in 1948; the Supreme Court ended it in public schools in 1954
    $100 21
In 1995 he published a "Book Of Top Ten Lists And Zesty Lo-Cal Chicken Recipes"
    $100 3
"The Dead Zone",
"The Dark Half",
"It"
    $100 18
Michael Richards won 3 Emmys for playing this "Seinfeld" character
    $100 1
Born to Jewish parents in Tarsus, Saint Paul is called "The Apostle To" these non-Jews
    $100 13
We shorten this to ad; the British shorten it to advert
    $200 9
The black population of these U.S. areas, the destination of "white flight", doubled in the '70s & '80s
    $200 22
In 1981 this duo topped the charts with "Kiss On My List"
    $200 4
"The Lady Of The Shroud",
"The Mystery Of The Sea",
"Dracula"
    $200 19
The producers found the name of this first mate of the S.S. Minnow in a telephone book
    $200 2
As Saul, Saint Paul heard the voice of Jesus while on the road to this city
    $200 14
A dustman doesn't put you to sleep, he collects this
    $300 25
In 1829 journalist John Russwurm gave up on abolitionism & left the U.S. for this independent African nation
    $300 28
A line from this 1993 movie is "The list is life"
    $300 5
"Memnoch The Devil",
"The Queen Of The Damned",
"Interview With The Vampire"
    $300 20
On an April 10, 1957 episode of his parents' sitcom, he sang "I'm Walkin'", his first record
    $300 10
From the Greek for "message", it's the name given Saint Paul's letters to Christian churches & groups
    $300 15
By the British term, this would be Fun Fair Cruise Lines
    $400 26
This "conductor" usually carried a gun, not a whistle
    $400 29
Nos. 1,3 & 77 on the Modern Library's list of the 100 best 20th c. English-language novels are this Dubliner's works
    $400 6
"The Hellbound Heart",
"Rawhead Rex",
"The Books Of Blood"
    DD: $800 23
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Regis Philbin) On February 26, 1998, I was accused of killing Kathie Lee Gifford in an episode of this Dick Van Dyke series"
    $400 11
Following his conversion, Saint Paul spent a period of reflection on this peninsula
    $400 16
In the past in London, this device has been called an ether or wireless
    $500 27
An Alabama city gave its name to this group of 9 youths falsely accused of rape in 1931
    $500 30
This 1941 film topped the AFI's much-debated 1998 list of the 100 greatest American films
    $500 7
"The Dunwich Horror",
"At The Mountain Of Madness",
"The Lurking Fear"
    $500 24
In 1992 Paul Sorvino, who played detective Phil Cerreta, left this series to sing opera
    $500 12
Saint Paul was a supportive witness to the stoning of this first Christian martyr
    $500 17
A chucker-out isn't a polo player, it's this job in a bar

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

Paul David Jenn
$600 $1,700 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul David Jenn
$2,200 $2,500 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

42nd STREET
SHOW BOAT
1776
CATS
BIG RIVER
"GUY"s & "DOLL"s
    $200 14
Around this organization's HQ on the East River from 42nd to 48th, watch out for double-parked diplomats
    $200 2
This type of ship can hold over 5,000 sailors
    $200 11
This famous Moscow ballet company's roots go back to 1776
    $200 23
He's 9-Lives' finicky spokescat
    $200 17
You'll pass Chelsea, London & Westminster Bridges as you travel down this river
    $200 1
She was the wife of our fourth chief of state
    $400 20
G.K. Chesterton said that this site ablaze with ads would be paradise if only one could not read
    $400 3
It's the specific kind of cargo ship seen here
    $400 12
Gathering at a Virginia tavern for conviviality, 5 young men formed this Greek letter fraternity, the USA's oldest
    $400 24
This fun-loving feline of the funny pages shares his name with a "Wuthering Heights" character
    $400 18
In one theory, the name of this Pennsylvania river comes from Suckahanee, "water"
    $400 4
A lump or blob of a semiliquid substance -- ice cream for example
    $600 28
Park Ave. & 42nd Street has a branch of this 75th Street art museum known for its biennial
    $600 8
This type of boat earns its name from the specific aid it gives larger ships
    DD: $1,500 13
This Scottish economist theorized that labor, not land, is the main source of wealth
    $600 25
On 1960s TV, he was the "Wonderful, Wonderful" cat
    DD: $1,000 19
As Germany has the Rhineland, you'd expect this country to have the "Po-Land"
    $600 5
Cult leader Jim Jones died in this nation in 1978
    $800 29
The sculpture seen here is from the 42nd Street facade of this building
    $800 9
The John A. Macdonald is this kind of ship that's useful in the most challenging climes
    $800 15
The German title of this 1776 Von Klinger play lent its name to a literary movement headed by Goethe und Schiller
    $800 26
This freewheeling hippie-cat of underground comics was created by R. Crumb
    $800 21
A real Crimea river, the Chernaya, runs just east of this city that was besieged in 1854 & 1855
    $800 6
It's the type of "natural" currency seen here
    $1000 30
Disney spent about $35 million refurbishing the New Amsterdam Theatre, once home to these "follies"
    $1000 10
The Princess Anne is one of these unusual water vehicles
    $1000 16
"First In Freedom", this U.S. colony was first to authorize its delegates to vote for independence
    $1000 27
archy's feline friend
    $1000 22
The Yellow River winds across China; this one with a similar name forms most of the China-N. Korea border
    $1000 7
This holiday commemorates an unsuccessful attempt to blow up James I on November 5, 1605

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul David Jenn
$6,700 $7,700 -$100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS
On Jan. 15, 1892 the first rules for this sport were published in the Triangle, the Springfield, Mass. YMCA newspaper

Final scores:

Paul David Jenn
$6,700 $13,700 -$100
2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua New champion: $13,700 3rd place: Pair of Burett Swiss Sports Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul David Jenn
$5,800 $7,700 $1,700
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
21 R,
1 W
10 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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