Show #3102 - Tuesday, February 10, 1998

1998 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 2.
"Bonus" category in the Double Jeopardy! Round.

Contestants

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Bob Harris, a political humorist originally from Cleveland, Ohio

Peter Scott, an advertising manager from Washington, D.C.

Lyn Payne, a librarian from Orlando, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSEUMS
DON'T QUIT YOUR DAY JOB
THE LAW
REEL MOTHERS
COMMON BONDS
SOMETHING'S A "FOOT"
    $100 10
This building in Philadelphia houses the inkstand used by the Declaration signers
    $100 29
He played outfield for the Birmingham Barons before returning to the Bulls
    $100 26
During the Civil War, Lincoln suspended this right not to be held in prison without court consent
    $100 27
Kathleen Turner is a psychopathic housewife on a killing spree in this 1994 John Waters comedy
    $100 30
Some chairs,
A toy horse,
The cradle when the wind blows
    $100 23
12 inches of hot dog
    $200 9
The Whizstreet "Up In Smoke" Museum is a web site exhibiting the art of these colorful cigar items
    $200 28
This TV actor heard here is not really known for his singing: "Picture yourself...in a boat...on a river..."
    $200 25
From the Latin "to refer", it's the way by which laws proposed by a legislature are put to popular vote
    $200 19
Billy Crystal is meant to kill Danny DeVito's mother according to DeVito's plan in this 1987 comedy
    $200 17
Thunder,
Ol' Man River,
White House Easter Eggs
    $200 22
To pick up a check
    $300 8
Barry Goldwater donated his Kachina doll collection to the Heard Museum in this state capital
    $300 5
This supermodel starred with William Baldwin in the film "Fair Game", which was fair game for critics
    $300 24
The first of these "colorful" laws was enacted in 1619 to punish failure to attend church
    DD: $700 11
Title of the 1981 biopic about the woman seen here:

"I wouldn't turn against you if it meant my life. You are my life."
    $300 14
Coconuts,
Udders,
Canaan
    $300 18
It's a small trunk kept at the foot of a soldier's bunk
    $400 3
The Eisenhower Center in this Kansas town houses numerous mementos of the president's life & career
    $400 6
He quit as the Beatles' bass player to become a painter in 1961
    $400 2
Failure to pay a building contractor may result in his leaning on you with this type of lien
    $400 12
According to the theme song, this cat "is a bad mother" -- shut your mouth
    $400 15
A beaten wrestler,
A frat brother's girlfriend,
A dead butterfly
    $400 20
In tennis, it happens when the server steps over the baseline before hitting the ball
    $500 4
A Brussels art & history museum has a giant statue from this Chilean island on exhibit
    $500 7
He gave up his cushy European royalty job to become emperor of Mexico, & was executed there in 1867
    $500 1
Now a body of lawyers, it once referred to a rail separating spectators from courtroom proceedings
    $500 13
Bill Cosby, Raquel Welch & Harvey Keitel play this title trio in a movie about an ambulance service
    $500 16
Hair,
Punch,
A volleyball
    $500 21
A person near death is said to have one

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

Lyn Peter Bob
$1,300 -$400 $4,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lyn Peter Bob
$2,700 -$100 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HARRY GUYS
WE'RE MALAYSIA-BOUND
FETAL ATTRACTION
TOP 40 BONUS
(Alex: There are 2 correct responses for each of our clues. If you respond correctly with one of them, you can elect to try for the 2nd one for twice as much money; if you're wrong, however, you lose the money you earned on the 1st answer; the opponents can ring in if you elect to pass.)
FROM THE JAWS OF VICTORY
POETS' RHYME TIME
    $200 19
There's no doubt about it, he was born Harry, but we know him as "Bing"
    $200 20
This capital whose name means "muddy estuary" was named for the 2 rivers that wind through it
    $200 22
For the first 8 weeks after fertilization, an unborn child is called this, from the Greek for "full"
    $400 11
"Proud Mary"
    $200 29
In the Aesop fable, he's so far ahead he takes a nap; what a loser!
    $200 10
Sylvia's tub times
    $400 18
Nickname of Robert E. Lee's dad
    $400 24
Endau-Rompin Park is one of the last homes of the Sumatran species of this horned mammal
    $400 27
Named for the sac surrounding the fetus, this fluid cushions the fetus from injury
    $400 5
"Live And Let Die"
    $400 30
He was the Democratic presidential frontrunner in 1987 until his "Monkey Business" did him in
    $400 9
Ezra's Afghans
    $600 17
He's the Harry heard here: "Dayyy...."
    $600 28
Of proton, electron or neutron, with "Saga", it's Malaysia's national car
    $600 26
Pre-natal process that created the images seen here:
    $1200 4
"California Girls"
    $600 25
By allowing rebel forces to escape after Gettysburg, this Union general may have prolonged the war 2 more years
    $600 8
Alexander's expectations
    DD: $700 14
Watergate-era chief of staff, his initial "H" stood for Harry
    $800 23
The states of Sarawak & Sabah on this island make up about 6% of Malaysia's land area
    $800 21
From the Greek for "flat cake", this uterine wall organ connects to the fetus via the umbilical cord
    $800 3
"Blue Bayou"
    $800 12
She became Texas' governor in 1990 when her frontrunner opponent kept blundering in interviews
    $800 7
William's anacondas
    $1000 16
This trumpet-playing band-leader helped Sinatra get started, & lost him to the Tommy Dorsey band
    $1000 2
Go "strait" to this port & visit St. Paul's Church where St. Francis Xavier's body was held until moved to India
    $1000 15
Even at birth the skull isn't fully fused, leaving these, also called "soft spots"
    $1000 1
"Soul Man"
    DD: $4,000 13
Heavy armor & heavy rains defeated the large French army as much as Henry V's men at this 1415 battle
    $1000 6
Sir Philip's renal organs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lyn Peter Bob
$10,000 $3,900 $12,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
The 5th edition of this work, published in 1676, included a section on fly fishing by Charles Cotton

Final scores:

Lyn Peter Bob
$20,000 $901 $20,001
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lyn Peter Bob
$7,700 $3,900 $12,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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