Show #3015 - Friday, October 10, 1997

Contestants

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Doug Kornreich, a lawyer from Reston, Virginia

Darlyne Delaney, a high school teacher from Chicago, Illinois

Dylan Armstrong, a library assistant from Weathersfield, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

DEMOCRACY
THE BIG 4-0
(Alex: Talking about age)
TITLE FILM FEMALES
SATIRE
BIOLOGY
FOOLISH PHRASEOLOGY
    $100 3
A functioning democracy usually has at least 2 of these groups competing freely in elections
    $100 19
He was 40 in 1974 when he broke the all-time career home run record
    $100 2
We liked Sally Field, we really liked her as this textile worker & union organizer
    $100 11
2 Live Crew's alteration of this Roy Orbison lyric to "Big Hairy Woman" began a copyright battle
    $100 24
It's any tissue that contracts & relaxes, causing movement of the limbs & other body parts
    $100 1
This wife of George Burns was so surprised by her birth, she "couldn't talk for a year and a half"
    $200 4
Democracy is often confused with this term referring to any country with a nonhereditary head of state
    $200 20
At age 40 in 1781 this American traitor moved to London but was denied military service
    $200 13
Young backwoods woman played by Jodie Foster in a 1994 film
    $200 15
This pair's 1881 comic opera "Patience" parodies aesthetes like Oscar Wilde
    $200 25
In 1970 David Baltimore proved that this nucleic acid could transmit information to DNA
    $200 8
According to this poet, "The snark was a boojum, you see"
    $300 5
In 1996 the Supreme Court struck down 4 of these areas created to allow black & hispanic representation
    $300 21
In 1810 this 40-year-old married the teenager Marie Louise of Austria
    $300 14
Tippi Hedren stole the show as this title kleptomaniac in a Hitchcock film
    $300 18
The late Michael O' Donoghue helped start "Saturday Night Live" & this "National" satire magazine
    $300 26
In plants & invertebrates, this outermost layer of protection is usually just one cell thick
    $300 9
"I ain't in no slump", asserted this former Yankee, "I just ain't hitting"
    $400 6
Democracies must balance liberty & this concept also found in the motto of the French Revolution
    $400 22
This 40-year-old former shipyard electrician won the 1983 Nobel Peace Prize
    DD: $500 16
Title heroine in the film seen here:

"I must own up that I'm not in love with Frank..."
    $400 27
It's the process by which an organism or cell takes in oxygen & expels carbon dioxide
    $400 10
"Tonstant weader fwowed up", she wrote after finding "The House At Pooh Corner" hard to swallow
    $500 7
Rhyming term for the 1993 law making states offer voter registration to driver's license applicants
    $500 23
In 1919 this 40-year-old Virginia woman was elected to the British parliament
    $500 17
One of Cybill Shepherd's early roles was this Henry James heroine, abroad in Europe
    $500 28
Architectural term for the minimal stimulus that starts a nerve impulse, like pain
    $500 12
According to the lyrics he said, "Oo-ee, oo-ah-ah, ting-tang, Walla Walla bing-bang"

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

Dylan Darlyne Doug
$1,100 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Darlyne Doug
$1,700 $1,700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
SPEARS
BOOKS ABOUT TV SHOWS
COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
LANGUAGES
IN THE DICTIONARY
    $200 6
It was recently revealed that "Tragedy" from his Blue Period was painted over 2 earlier works of a bullfight
    $200 13
This Olympic sport could also be called spear-throwing
    $200 21
This show's "Official Report on Earth" features Dick's film reviews & Sally's guide to dating
    $200 11
A person from America is an American, from Mexico, a Mexican & from Iceland, this noun
    $200 1
Modern Persian is also called Farsi from the Fars region in the southwest of this country
    $400 7
Time magazine dubbed this abstact expressionist "Jack the Dripper"
    $400 14
The spear was an emblem of this Greek god of war
    $400 22
In "True Blue" David Milch & Bill Clark relate true-life incidents that inspired this cop show
    $400 12
Gozo is one of the islands of this Mediterranean country, once home to a famous group of knights
    $400 2
In Greenland, Greenlandic & this language are official ones
    $600 8
In 1963, his centennial, a museum honoring this artist opened in Oslo; visitors say it's a scream
    $600 15
A piece of equipment you may use in this underwater sport is the Hawaiian sling
    $600 24
"The Official Companion Book" of this sitcom names the stars who've called the title radio host for advice
    $600 18
Cross Brunei's southern border & you're still on the island of Borneo but you've entered this country
    $600 3
The Latin American form of this language is based on the Andalusian dialect
    $800 9
Javacheff is the last name of this Bulgarian-born "wrap" artist
    $800 16
The famous formation of Greek foot soldiers who carried spears up to 20 feet long
    $800 25
This "Grace Under Fire" actor has written a book about his days on "SCTV"
    $800 19
In area it's the second-largest province of the second-largest country in the world
    $800 4
Of the 5 distinct dialects of this country's Coptic language, Bohairic is used in the Coptic Church
    DD: $1,000 10
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
Around 1800 this artist painted the 2 views of the woman seen here:
    $1000 17
The British used these cavalry troops in the Sikh & Afghan Wars & to crush the Sepoy Rebellion
    DD: $900 26
Colin Dexter & Dick Francis contributed to a book about this PBS anthology series
    $1000 20
Its city of Pusan has an average of 54 inches of precipitation a year
    $1000 5
The Papuan languages, spoken in the area centered on this island, number about 700
    $1000 23
A newcomer not used to lots of walking, or a low-ranking Boy Scout

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dylan Darlyne Doug
$500 $0 $6,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSEUMS
The Conspiracy Museum opened in this U.S. city in 1995

Final scores:

Dylan Darlyne Doug
$500 $0 $10,400
2nd place: Trip/Cruise to Belize & Guatemala 3rd place: Pair of Wittnauer International Watches New champion: $10,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dylan Darlyne Doug
$1,500 $800 $6,400
13 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $8,700

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