Show #3324 - Thursday, February 4, 1999

Contestants

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Yen Bawagan, a research scientist from Wayne, Pennsylvania

Nathan Childs, a reporter from Washington, D.C.

Josh Flosi, a teacher from Danville, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE IN HISTORY
DAD TV
(Alex: You have to name the television show; we'll give you the dad)
GORILLA MY DREAMS
ARCH-EOLOGY
FOOD GLORIOUS FOOD
FIX THE PROVERB
    $100 1
He was so hefty he was nicknamed "Uncle Jumbo"; he probably preferred to be called "Our Grover"
    $100 11
Ward Cleaver
    $100 29
The first gorilla born in captivity was Colo, who debuted in 1956 in this Ohio capital
    $100 6
Built to honor Napoleon's victories, this Paris landmark was completed long after the emperor's death
    $100 17
In 1958 the first International House Of these opened in Toluca Lake, California
    $100 30
The best things in life are whee!
    $200 2
These 2 Texans, gunned down on May 23, 1934, weren't nearly as good-looking as Faye & Warren
    $200 12
Jed Clampett
    $200 28
Gorillas belong to this order of mammals which also includes monkeys, lemurs & man
    $200 7
It's not half of the world's largest McDonald's sign, it's the structure seen here
    $200 24
This "cocktail" ingredient, ranging in size from miniature to colossal, is the USA's favorite shellfish
    $200 22
Fractions speak lewder than weirds
    $300 3
Hua Guofeng is far less famous than this man he succeeded as chairman of China's Communist party in 1976
    $300 13
Cliff Huxtable
    $300 26
There are 3 types of gorillas: eastern lowland, western lowland & this one that lives at altitudes up to 13,000 feet
    $300 8
This capital city's Independence Arch commemorates Korean resistance to foreign dominance
    $300 23
Eskimo Pie inventor Russell Stover used his proceeds to open one of these shops in 1923
    $300 14
Beware of geeks wearing lifts
    DD: $500 4
Rumor has it that Cleopatra hatched plots against this king of Judea after she tried to seduce him & failed
    $400 15
Ben Cartwright
    $400 25
This zoologist founded the Karisoke Research Center in Rwanda where she studied gorillas for 18 years
    $400 9
The Windows & The Garden of Eden are found in this state's Arches National Park
    $400 19
This sauce made with butter, egg yolk & lemon juice embellishes Eggs Benedict
    $400 21
The pan is meatier than the sarge
    $500 5
Just thinking about this Russian's experiments with dogs & bells makes us salivate
    $500 27
Jack Gallo
    $500 18
This fully adult male with a colorful name may weigh twice as much as the adult females in his group
    $500 10
This just in! The Victory Arch in this Virginia port near Norfolk is a memorial to U.S. forces
    $500 16
The pamphlet C.W. Post gave with each box of his new Grape Nuts was titled "The Road To" this
    $500 20
If you lie down with frogs, you'll wake up with brie

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Josh Nathan Yen
$2,200 -$700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Nathan Yen
$3,100 $400 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
DIRECTORS
WORD ORIGINS
HEIFETZ
TUESDAY
THIS MUST BE BELGIUM
(Alex: Okay, we're getting cute again!)
    $200 1
Chapter one of this book informs us that "There was unquestionably a Chuzzlewit in the Gunpowder Plot"
    $200 6
Mel Brooks' film "High Anxiety" spoofed this director's films, including, of course, "Vertigo"
    $200 11
This "relative" term for sorority members is derived from middle English & old Norse
    $200 26
When Jascha debuted in this NYC hall in 1917, its steel-making benefactor was still alive
    $200 21
Tuesday Weld had one child, not 10, while married to this star of "10"
    $200 16
Its upper city portion is home to the parliament & the royal palace
    $400 2
Originally, the term Picaresque referred to fiction from this country about rogues called Picaros
    $400 7
This director claimed he called his 1971 film "Bananas" "Because there are no bananas in it"
    DD: $2,000 12
It's the part of a saddle whose name comes from a Latin word for "fruit"
    $400 27
With the USO, Heifetz told soldiers that Bach was like this vegetable -- you may not like it, but it's good for you
    $400 22
Weld co-starred with him in "Wild In The Country" & played a mother in love with him in "Heartbreak Hotel"
    $400 17
This fictional Belgian detective fled to England when World War I broke out
    $600 3
The last chapter of this Charlotte Bronte novel begins with the words "Reader, I married him"
    $600 8
"I like to use cities as characters", said this "Meet Me In St. Louis" director, Liza's dad
    $600 13
This type of tripe is named for its resemblance to a certain bee structure
    $600 28
One of Heifetz' prized violins was made by this great Cremonese in 1731
    $600 23
On TV, Tuesday was one of "The Many Loves Of" this title character
    $600 18
This Motown star was living in Ostend when he co-wrote "Sexual Healing"
    $800 4
In a poem dedicated to this lord, Longfellow wrote, "Poet! I come to touch thy lance with mine"
    $800 9
He directed his good friend John Wayne in many films; the last was "Donovan's Reef", in 1963
    $800 14
This insect's name is derived from the superstition that it enters a sleeping person's aural organs
    $800 24
Tuesday was Oscar-nominated for her role in this 1977 Diane Keaton film
    DD: $1,500 19
Declared a traitor by the Jacobins, this hero of the American Revolution fled to Flanders
    $1000 5
A category called Famous Andres would have to include this Frenchman who wrote "Man's Fate" & "Man's Hope"
    $1000 10
He said, "My wife has taught me the meaning of uxoriousness" when he won an Oscar for "The English Patient"
    $1000 15
The name of these strips of cloth wound around soldiers' lower legs comes from Hindi & Sanskrit for "bandage"
    $1000 25
With Tuesday at his side, he starred in "Soldier In The Rain" & "The Cincinnati Kid"
    $1000 20
A famous musical had this Belgian-born singer-songwriter "Alive And Well And Living In Paris"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Nathan Yen
$2,300 $3,700 $7,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NICKNAMES
This famous 20th century nickname is the Argentinian equivalent of "Y'know?" or "Hey, you!"

Final scores:

Josh Nathan Yen
$800 $6,800 $6,799
3rd place: Store of Knowledge Gift Certificate New champion: $6,800 2nd place: Trip to Wyndham Rose Hall & Beach Resort, Montego Bay, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Josh Nathan Yen
$4,300 $3,500 $7,100
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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