Show #3110 - Friday, February 20, 1998

J.J. Todor game 4.

Contestants

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Hannah Dvorak-Carbone, a graduate student originally from Nepean, Ontario, Canada

David Eisenberg, a registered nurse from Seiad Valley, California

J.J. Todor, a law student from Pataskala, Ohio (whose 3-day cash winnings total $14,957)

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Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
SOUTHERNMOST POINTS
OLD TESTAMENT NUDITY
U.S. AIRPORT DESIGNATIONS
THE DATING GAME
(Alex: I will give you a clue, we wil show you a clip, and you have to identify the person who at that time was not so famous, but appeared as one of the contestants on that show.)
5-LETTER WORDS
    $100 13
A big name in computers, this company is known as HP for short
    $100 11
Willem Schouten was the first to sail around this cape, South America's southernmost point
    $100 15
Hopefully when they sewed fig leaves together to cover their nakedness, it wasn't in a sweatshop
    $100 1
SLC
    $100 26
Bachelor No. 1, why don't you say hello to Linda:

"Hello, Linda, I hope you'll be my new potential best friend"
    $100 7
An opportunity to start again may give you "a new" one of these "on life"
    $200 19
Ernie is the chief spokes-elf for this snack food company
    $200 12
The southernmost point on the USA's mainland is Cape Sable in this Florida national park
    $200 22
Shem & Japheth covered him up after Ham found him drunk & naked
    $200 2
PHX
    $200 27
Bachelor No. 2, say hello to Madonna:

"Hello, Madonna"
    $200 8
A small rounded hill or mound; there's a grassy one in Dallas
    $300 20
The name of this photocopy store chain refers to the curly hair of its founder Paul Orfalea
    $300 16
Mexico's southernmost point lies on its Pacific coast border with this country
    $300 23
Exodus 20 says you can't build one of these out of hewed stone & priests cannot be naked on it
    $300 3
ABQ
    $300 28
Bachelor No. 3, say hello to Sandy, a former Miss Leatherneck:

"Hello, Miss Leatherneck!"
    $300 6
Slang synonym for zero that also begins with "Z"
    $400 21
According to its ads, this hotel chain by Marriott was "designed by business travelers"
    $400 17
Asia's southernmost mainland point, Cape Piai, lies in this country just north of Singapore
    $400 24
Subject of the longest prophetic book, he once wandered nude & barefoot for three years
    $400 4
SFO
    $400 29
Bachelor No. 1, say hi to Donna:

"Hey Donna, how ya doing--oh, wait, I got all this money in the way!"
    $400 9
A flagpole, a group of nurses in a hospital or a cudgel
    DD: $700 14
This cruise line was launched in 1972 with just one ship, the Mardi Gras
    $500 18
Canada's southernmost point is Middle Island in this Great Lake
    $500 25
After prophesying, this 1st king of Israel stayed in bed, undressed, for a whole day
    $500 5
SUX
    $500 10
Communications code word between Alpha & Charlie

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

J.J. David Hannah
$1,900 $500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

J.J. David Hannah
$2,800 $500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH HISTORY
G.B. SHAW PLAYS
HECUBA & HER KIDS
ARTISTS
MOVIE DEBUTS
FILE UNDER "H"
    $200 6
In 1914 the Royal Navy won a major battle at these islands, where it fought again in 1982
    $200 26
Shaw compared "Heartbreak House" to plays by this Russian, including "The Cherry Orchard"
    $200 21
The Trojan War started after this son of Hecuba abducted Helen
    $200 11
American primitive artist Edward Hicks did his painting in Bucks County in this state
    $200 16
This "City Slicker"'s film career was born with "Rabbit Test", in which he played a pregnant man
    $200 1
"Yankee Doodle" pudding that sounds like it would go well with quick bread for an instant breakfast
    DD: $1,500 7
Viscount Palmerston, foreign secretary most of the 1830s & '40s, held this opposite post from 1852-55
    $400 27
John & Ann in "Man And Superman" were inspired by characters in this composer's "Don Giovanni"
    $400 22
The Iliad ends with the funeral of this son of Hecuba
    $400 12
Brancusi declined to study under this French sculptor, saying, "Nothing grows under large trees"
    $400 17
"A Little Sex" with Tim Matheson marked the film debut of this actress, now Mrs. Steven Spielberg
    $400 2
Rumor has it, this evidence is not based on a witness' firsthand knowledge
    $600 8
In Roman Britain, estates were called these, a term now associated with Italian country houses
    $600 28
In a dream scene this title saint asks, "Can a poor burnt-up lass have a ghost?"
    $600 23
After the war Hecuba was taken to sea, a slave to this famous wandering sailor
    $600 13
Raphael, Titian & da Vinci are considered masters of the period known as the "High" this
    $600 18
"Young Doctors In Love" introduced this actor, now TV's Kramer
    $600 3
This science can be divided into pomology, olericulture & floriculture
    $800 9
During the Wars of the Roses, the Earl of Warwick earned this nickname for his influence in choosing rulers
    $800 24
This son of Hecuba is the title character of a Shakespeare play
    $800 14
Often ranked with this other Flemish master, Van Dyck worked in his shop for more than 2 years
    $800 19
His first film, "The Curse Of The Living Corpse", isn't nearly as famous as "Jaws" & "All That Jazz"
    $800 4
Name shared by the mayor of Minneapolis in 1947 & the attorney general of Minnesota in 1997
    $1000 10
The Latin name of James II gave us this term for supporters of that king & his exiled descendants
    $1000 25
No one believed the prophecies of this daughter of Hecuba
    $1000 15
Constable said of him, "He seems to paint with tinted steam, so evanescent and so airy"
    $1000 20
Robert Redford & this "Picket Fences" star both debuted as soldiers in the 1962 drama "War Hunt"
    $1000 5
Tubby the Tuba's cousins might be Sammy the Sousaphone & Harry the this kind of horn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

J.J. David Hannah
$8,200 $1,500 $2,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POP STARS
This pop star born in 1970 was named for a song in "Paint Your Wagon"

Final scores:

J.J. David Hannah
$8,653 $1,500 $1,599
4-day champion: $23,610 3rd place: Sears Gift Certificates 2nd place: Sears Gift Certificates

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

J.J. David Hannah
$8,000 $1,500 $3,800
24 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
6 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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