Show #3048 - Wednesday, November 26, 1997

Bob Harris game 4.

Contestants

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Chris Taddei, a management consultant from Falls Church, Virginia

Wade Lee, a vice president of marketing from Exton, Pennsylvania

Bob Harris, a writer originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

THOSE DREADED STORY PROBLEMS
SURROUNDED BY WATER
SOMETHING'S "FISH"Y
THINK FAST
SHARKS!
PEOPLE IN HISTORY
(Alex: A little bit of a theme prevalent in the categories.)
    $100 21
A 20-count book of 32c stamps costs this much
    $100 1
Michigan's Isle Royale is the largest island surrounded by this largest Great Lake
    $100 14
These VIPs like small ponds
    $100 26
A person moving quickly is going by leaps & these
    $100 6
All sharks have at least one dorsal fin & one caudal fin, better known as this
    $100 8
This president was nicknamed the "Sage of the Hermitage"
    $200 22
If Cowboy Bob has 3,200 "feet" of cattle in his herd, he has this many head
    $200 2
When this canal opened in 1869, suddenly Africa was completely surrounded by water
    $200 15
Someone removed from his usual environment, who may lung to return there
    $200 27
Floor it, or "put the pedal to" this
    $200 7
The smallest of the 9 species of this shark actually looks more like a shovel up front
    $200 9
The Duke of Medina Sidonia commanded this famous fleet that the English defeated in 1588
    $300 23
It's the number of degrees the minute hand moves when going from 12 to 3
    $300 3
It's the ocean that surrounds Mauritius
    $300 16
It's a place without privacy
    $300 28
People go like a blue one of these, or like one of lightning
    $300 19
A new battery-powered device for divers repels sharks using this type of field
    $300 10
Born in 1519, this Medici queen of France was the great-niece of Pope Leo X
    $400 24
If Tom's picket fence used 3"-wide pickets, he'd need this many edge to edge to cover a 12' length
    $400 4
New Zealand is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the east & this sea to the west
    $400 17
It's the process of reeling in praise for yourself
    $400 29
A dictionary defines it as "The instant's duration of a wink"; little stars & eyes do it
    $400 20
This term for a mass descent of sharks on prey is also applied to massive media interest
    $400 11
Enrico Dandalo was in his 80s when he was elected Doge of this city in 1192
    $500 25
If a dieting 2-ton elephant lost 10 pounds a week for a year he'd weigh this much
    $500 5
The Gulf of Batabano separates the Isle of Pines from the rest of this island country
    $500 18
It means to do one thing or another, but stop stalling
    $500 30
The material that people are "hellbent for" when moving quickly
    $500 13
It's said that black wetsuits attract great white sharks because swimmers resemble these animals
    DD: $700 12
He was the first Scandinavian to serve as Secretary-General of the U.N.

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Bob Wade Chris
$900 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Wade Chris
$2,200 $2,300 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
LONDON'S CITY GUILDS
ACTORS & ROLE
THE BIBLE
19th CENTURY OPERA
9-LETTER WORDS
    $200 11
Mickey Spillane's 1996 novel "Black Alley" is the first to feature this detective in 7 years
    $200 16
Bowyers make bows & coopers make these
    $200 21
Mom role shared by Barbara Billingsley & Janine Turner
    $200 1
"Now the Lord had prepared a great fish to swallow up" this man
    $200 6
Sadly, most of this "Carmen" composer's opera "Clarissa Harlowe" is lost
    $200 26
It's any of the first known inhabitants of a region, especially one from Australia
    $400 12
Della & Jim Young are the impoverished couple of his 1906 short story "The Gift Of The Magi"
    $400 17
Loriners make hardware for this genteel sport a little "bit" at a time
    $400 22
Fess Parker & John Wayne have both played this king of the wild frontier
    $400 2
6 days before Passover Jesus had a supper with this man whom he had raised from the dead
    $400 7
The title clowns of this Leoncavallo work arrive in a parade led by a donkey, not in a tiny car
    $400 27
A collection of stories, or a collection of Beatles songs
    $600 13
Jake Barnes & Robert Cohn vie for the affection of Lady Brett Ashley in this Hemingway novel
    $600 18
"If I were" one of these "And you were a lady", I'd report to their hall at 1 Throgmorton Avenue
    DD: $2,000 24
Anne Parillaud role that led to the other 2 seen here:
    $600 3
In the book of Luke, this angel announces the births of both John the Baptist & Jesus Christ
    $600 8
This composer's adopted niece, Johanna, created the role of Elisabeth in his opera "Tannhauser"
    $600 29
It's another name for the femur
    $800 14
This shy officer in "Catch-22" was "promoted by an I.B.M. machine with a sense of humor"
    $800 19
One of the oldest guilds is the group of seafood sellers known as this
    $800 25
In 1994 Rosie O'Donnell was cast in this role in the stage version of "Grease"; in 1997 Lucy Lawless was
    $800 4
This future king of Israel was summoned to soothe King Saul with his harp playing
    $800 9
The ghost of Nino is a bass role in "Semiramide" by this compser of "William Tell"
    DD: $200 30
This brilliant shade of red derives its name from a Latin word for "little worm"
    $1000 15
This protagonist of a Virginia Woolf novel changes from man to woman through 4 centuries
    $1000 20
If Melville's Bartleby moved from New York to London, he'd join the company of these
    $1000 23
In a 1996 Fox TV movie based on a British series, the 2 actors seen here both played this time lord:
    $1000 5
This king cast Shedrach, Meshach & Abednego into a fiery furnace
    $1000 10
"Un ballo in maschera" dramatizes the assassination of this country's King Gustavus III at a masked ball
    $1000 28
It describes a 2-House legislature

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Wade Chris
$11,400 $5,500 $900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CANDY
(Alex: Something we all enjoy, I think!)
Created in 1912, they were originally marketed with the slogan "For That Stormy Breath"

Final scores:

Bob Wade Chris
$11,700 $5,513 $0
4-day champion: $43,400 2nd place: Trip to Grand Case Beach Club, St. Martin 3rd place: Pair of Wittnauer International Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bob Wade Chris
$10,600 $5,500 $1,600
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
16 R,
2 W
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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