Show #3330 - Friday, February 12, 1999

1999 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Lance Johnson, a warehouse associate from Champaign, Illinois

John Skelton, an attorney and real estate appraiser from Seattle, Washington

Chris Ward, a foreign service officer from Lima, Peru

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY OF PASSION
COUPLES
FLOWERS
CHOCOLATE
"LOVE" SONGS
WORDS FOR TWO
    $100 1
Paris just had to have this beautiful daughter of Zeus, & the rest is history
    $100 6
These two rock as the most famous Stone Age couple we know
    $100 26
In July 1998 an ivory & pink blush rose was unveiled to honor this woman, "England's Rose"
    $100 8
He's credited with introducing chocolate to Spain after consuming it at the court of Montezuma
    $100 7
In a Sinatra classic, these 2 things "go together like a horse and carriage"
    $100 17
It's a musical composition for 2 voices or 2 instruments
    $200 2
In 1946, this Indian leader revealed he'd taken many women to bed with him over the years to test his celibacy
    $200 22
In 1998, this "Yentl" & this AAMCO spokesman were married exactly 2 years after their first date
    $200 27
This special flower for March lies at one end of the spectrum, so to speak
    $200 9
This leading British chocolate-maker introduced its "Dairy Milk" chocolate bar in 1905
    $200 10
In this title song from Elvis' first movie, The King declares "You have made my life complete, and I love you so"
    $200 18
Word for 2 cards of the same value in a poker game
    $300 3
This 12th century French theologian lost more than his head over the niece of a vengeful cleric
    $300 23
Their time is taken up in part by 4 children, 6 grandchildren, & at least one large home in the country
    DD: $500 28
There's a streaked variety of this bulb flower named for Rembrandt
    $300 13
This 72-year-old maker of fine Belgian-style chocolates produces over 150 varieties, & that's the naked truth
    $300 16
"When I kissed a cop down on 34th & Vine, he broke my little bottle of" this
    $300 19
They can be fraternal or identical
    $400 4
This British Secretary of War resigned in 1963 due to a sex scandal
    $400 24
Between this actress & this cable news pioneer, they've got 2 Oscars, a baseball team & a basketball team
    $400 29
You might ask "What's Up" with this flower seen here
    $400 14
These ball-shaped candies may be dipped in nuts or sprinkles but cocoa powder is the classic coating
    $400 11
In a 1964 Beatles hit, "She says" this, "and you know that can't be bad"
    $400 20
In other words, "Similar as 2 legume fruits in a seed holder"
    $500 5
Depicted here, they're the victims being abducted by the Romans
    $500 25
George Murphy introduced Bob Hope to her; she & Bob celebrated 60 years of marriage in 1994
    $500 30
The name of this imperial emblem of Japan is Greek for "golden flower"
    $500 15
"Whenever you're near, I hear" this Hershey's bar with almonds & toffee chips
    $500 12
Jack Jones sang that this vehicle "soon will be making another run"
    $500 21
On a riverboat, it's how you would "Mark" water that's 2 fathoms deep

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

Chris John Lance
$2,100 $700 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris John Lance
$3,300 $1,500 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIOCHEMISTRY
(Alex: Oh boy!)
1989 FILMS
CORPORATE HISTORIES
JOIN THE CLUB
VALUES
12-LETTER WORDS
    $200 7
An oncogene is defined as a sequence of genetic material that can induce this disease
    $200 3
Production designer Anton Furst won an Oscar for this film's atmospheric Gotham City
    $200 1
Need refills for your Swingline? Head to this chain founded by Thomas Stemberg in 1985
    $200 16
Some credit this bacon, turkey & lettuce creation to the Saratoga Club of New York state
    $200 24
13 loaves or buns
    $200 18
It's a break period between play acts when you can stretch your legs
    $400 8
A substance called "heme" is the most "ironic" portion of this blood pigment
    $400 4
The third element in the title of this Andie MacDowell film is captured on Sony equipment
    $400 12
This pair has been selling books in stores "Since 1873" & on the internet since 1997
    $400 17
A cogwheel is the symbol of the "International" association of these clubs
    $400 27
For 8 it's 2;
for 27 it's 3
    $400 19
Books consulted by an author in preparing his own book often appear on this list at the back of the book
    $600 9
These compounds may have "simple" molecules, like sugars, or "complex" ones, like cellulose
    $600 5
Before "Titanic", James Cameron took us to the bottom of the ocean in this film
    $600 13
The company at 610 Gateway Street in North Sioux City, South Dakota has sold these since 1985
    DD: $1,700 23
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
This founder of the famous Literary Club was painted by fellow founder Joshua Reynolds
    $600 20
It's the use of essences & fragrances to alter mood & soothe the body
    $800 10
Pauling found an "alpha" type of this spiral in proteins; Watson & Crick found a "double" one in DNA
    $800 2
This 1989 film was based on an actual event: "Think about me as your priest. You can tell me anything. I'm listening."
    $800 14
In the 1880s William & James, these brothers, started their soap business
    $800 25
As you might expect, lower Manhattan is the site of this club that awards the Heisman Trophy
    $800 29
In printing, 12 points
    $800 21
Popular term for a company employee who works at home & transmits his data & documents by modem
    DD: $500 11
Its 2 phases are anabolism, which combines molecules, & catabolism, which breaks them down
    $1000 6
This film was the 1989 version of the story told in 1989's "Dangerous Liaisons"
    $1000 15
This comic book company emerged from bankruptcy in 1998 as part of Toy Biz, Inc.
    $1000 26
Founded at Newmarket, England, it publishes the "General Stud Book"
    $1000 28
A millionth of a meter
    $1000 22
I must profess, it was the profession of Thomas Chippendale & Duncan Phyfe

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris John Lance
$1,700 $3,800 $7,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
In 1998 Jose Saramago became the first writer in this language to win a Nobel Prize for Literature

Final scores:

Chris John Lance
$3,400 $7,499 $7,601
3rd place: $2,500, if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500, if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris John Lance
$1,700 $5,500 $7,700
14 R,
3 W
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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