Show #3046 - Monday, November 24, 1997

Bob Harris game 2.

Contestants

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Monica Holland, a law student from New York City, New York

Bruce Gilbert, a librarian from Ames, Iowa

Bob Harris, a writer originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

TRINIDAD
'70s FADS & FASHIONS
DOC TALK
THE OLD WEST
STANDUP COMICS
"NUT"s TO YOU
    $100 12
Trinidad's Pitch Lake is a natural lake of this black substance used to surface roads
    $100 6
Fiery name given the short shorts women were wearing in 1971
    $100 16
This emergency room term is short for a Latin term meaning "immediately"
    $100 21
It's a cattle or horse pen, OK?
    $100 1
Before 1997 she was best known for her standup, her sitcom & her book "My Point... and I Do Have One"
    $100 26
1996 film in which Eddie Murphy played most of the extended family of an "extended" chemistry teacher
    $200 11
In 1889 this Caribbean island was joined politically to Trinidad
    $200 7
In the early 1970s an "Earth" type of these came into vogue; later came a "chunky" type
    $200 17
Meaning a feeding apparatus, IV stands for this
    $200 22
When Abilene decided to clean up its image in 1871, it dismissed this "wild" marshal
    $200 2
Despite his cherubic appearance, this comic is known for raunchy material:
    $200 27
This phrase can mean all-encompassing, or from the first course of a big meal to the last
    $300 9
This form of folk music popularized by Belafonte originated in Trinidad
    $300 8
In the '70s people were shelling out big bucks for necklaces made of these Hawaiian shells
    $300 18
Acute, meaning sudden & brief, is the opposite of this term that means persistent
    $300 23
Cibola, as in the 7 Cities of Cibola, is the Spanish word for this large animal of the plains
    $300 3
He performed off-center "sick comedy" before occupying the center of "The Hollywood Squares"
    $300 28
Not a snack for big sluggish guys, it's usually 4 or 5 of these that secure a wheel onto a car
    $400 10
U.S.O.C. president Leroy Walker, not Runner, once coached this Trinidadian Olympic team
    DD: $1,000 14
It was the nightclub fad that even had Gene Kelly doing it on film wearing the skates I'm holding
    $400 19
DNR, used to contraindicate life-prolonging treatment, stands for this
    $400 24
Way before they made cars, Studebaker had these covered for the Old West
    $400 4
Sunglasses-sporting priest who's the "altar" ego of comic Don Novello
    $400 29
The ballet in which a little girl is entertained by the Sugar Plum Fairy
    $500 13
What the Trinidadians call Shango, the Haitians call this
    $500 15
In 1974 this singer streaked to the top of the pop charts with the fad-based song "The Streak"
    $500 20
It's not a backup for a farm machine, but a device to pull back tissue so a surgeon can look inside you
    $500 25
As this Arizona city's marshal in 1881, Virgil Earp earned some money from the prostitutes' license fees
    $500 5
I Hate Myself is the production company of this female comic who starred in "The Truth About Cats & Dogs"
    $500 30
It's Connecticut's "spicy" nickname

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

Bob Bruce Monica
$3,000 $700 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Bruce Monica
$4,900 $1,800 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
AROUND THE HORN
MOVIE BIOGRAPHIES
ODD GODS
PSYCHOLOGY
STATE ANAGRAMS
    $200 23
Stephen Vincent Benet said this president was "Six feet one in his stocking feet" & "Tough as a hickory rail"
    $200 13
In 1994's "Tom & Viv", Willem Dafoe played this poet
    $200 1
Neptune's Greek counterpart, he transformed himself into a stallion for a roll in the hay with Demeter
    $200 7
From 1896 to 1899 Freud might have spent some sleepless nights writing "The Interpretation Of" these
    $200 15
At sex
    $400 19
This 20th century wilderness photographer had an earlier career as a professional musician
    $400 25
In Biblical times, this horn proclaimed the anointing of a new king
    $400 12
He was nominated for a 1974 Oscar for playing Lenny Bruce
    $400 2
The Japanese god Raiden likes to eat this body part found in the name of an orange
    $400 3
Term for a graphic representation suggesting how fast a person acquires knowledge
    $400 8
On my wig
    $600 20
In 1942 this brother of President Eisenhower directed the War Relocation Authority
    $600 24
Named for the "March King", this horn is basically a helicon with a detachable bell
    $600 14
Composer played by Cornel Wilde in "A Song to Remember" & by Hugh Grant in "Impromptu"
    $600 4
In case you were wondering, there is a god of snowshoes: it's Ull, the son of this thunder god's wife Sif
    $600 9
This term has replaced "psychopath" for a callous, lying & often lawbreaking personality
    $600 16
No gore
    $800 21
The original Tybee lighthouse at the mouth of the Savannah River was built in 1736 by this Georgia founder
    DD: $1,500 26
From the German for "wing", this horn, heard here, was popularized by Chuck Mangione:
    DD: $1,000 28
Errol Flynn played this other dissipated matinee idol in 1958's "Too Much, Too Soon"
    $800 5
Ironically, this Greek god of war was cowardly in battle; he cried & ran away when he was wounded
    $800 10
It's the shift of attitudes toward one's parents onto one's analyst
    $800 17
Look, a ham
    $1000 22
In 1976 this founder of the Opera Company of Boston became the first woman to conduct at the Met
    $1000 27
This wooden Swiss horn can be up to 10 feet long--Ricola!
    $1000 29
Director known for his free interpretations of the lives of Tchaikovsky, Liszt & Valentino
    $1000 6
A holiday for this Egyptian god might be the day of the jackal, since he had a jackal head
    $1000 11
This syndrome named for a French physician may involve barking & continuous cursing
    $1000 18
Sewing trivia

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Bruce Monica
$11,700 $4,200 $400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SOUTHERN NOVELISTS
(Alex: I know you started thinking about William Faulkner--maybe, maybe not!)
She based the character of Dill Harris on her childhood friend Truman Capote

Final scores:

Bob Bruce Monica
$12,700 $1,200 $700
2-day champion: $22,300 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Castilla, Madrid, Spain 3rd place: Samsung 8 mm Hi-Fi Stereo Compact Camcorder

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Bruce Monica
$11,100 $4,200 $2,900
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
15 R,
3 W
11 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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