Show #3118 - Wednesday, March 4, 1998

Contestants

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Ben Wiener, an advertising executive originally from Toronto, Canada

Karen Sapp, a registered nurse from Joplin, Missouri

Cliff Karp, an actor originally from New York City, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

COMING TO VEGAS
MOVIE STARS
AROUND THE DOGHOUSE WITH SPOT
FIGURE IT OUT
SHIPS
GO TO "H"
    $100 2
The Rio's Masquerade Village has 3 sections: Rio, Venice & this Mardi Gras city
    $100 1
In "Apollo 13" he played astronaut Jim Lovell, who was much smarter than Forrest Gump
    $100 11
Spot has never managed to lie on top of his doghouse like this Peanuts character
    $100 18
The number of players required for solitaire cribbage
    $100 23
In 1787 Lt. William Bligh was given command of this 215-ton ship
    $100 14
Buzz in when you know this one -- in ancient times, this sweet, sticky liquid was used to treat wounds
    $200 7
Some new slots in town are based on this, our sister game show; you may want to give them a "sp_n"
    $200 3
Teri Garr played Dustin Hoffman's neglected girlfriend in this 1982 comedy; what a "drag"!
    $200 12
Spot's owner puts a special collar on Spot to keep these insects from jumping onto him
    $200 19
She played a lovely model named Zsa Zsa in the movie musical "Lovely to Look At"
    $200 27
The March 9, 1862 battle of these 2 ships was the 1st conflict between ironclads
    $200 15
At best, it's a computer enthusiast; at worst, it's one who illegally taps into your computer
    $300 8
This pair's Secret Garden at the Mirage is a haven for endangered animals
    $300 4
In 1997 he was named best actor at Cannes for "She's So Lovely", which co-starred his lovely wife Robin Wright
    $300 13
Always the picky eater, Spot will only eat this brand's "Dog Chow" & an occasional bird
    $300 20
He was the first U.S. president who was not a college graduate
    $300 28
In the summer of 1870, this steamboat named for a Southern hero defeated the Natchez in a match race
    $300 24
Half the Earth, or half the cerebrum or cerebellum
    $400 9
This hotel boasts an over 50' lion advertised as the largest bronze sculpture in the U.S.
    $400 5
Actor seen here acting really dumb in "Dumb And Dumber":
    $400 16
Spot's owner made up the word "Schnottish" for Spot, a mix of schnauzer & this type of terrier
    $400 21
Guinness says Mike Racz did this to 100 oysters in a record 2 minutes, 20.07 seconds
    $400 29
The British sent over 60 vessels against this German battleship before it sank on May 27, 1941
    $400 25
It's the term for an animal that feeds mainly on grass & other plants
    $500 10
This hotel recently doubled the size of its Forum shopping area
    $500 6
In a 1997 film she found "That Old Feeling" with Dennis Farina
    $500 17
The Post-Dispatch can be found in Spot's doghouse because he lives in this Midwestern city
    $500 22
It's the official language of San Marino & of the country that surrounds San Marino
    DD: $2,000 30
Ship whose memorial is seen here: (in Pearl Harbor)
    $500 26
This Japanese ritual is also known as seppuku

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

Cliff Karen Ben
$1,700 $700 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Karen Ben
$2,800 $2,100 $5,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC POTPOURRI
HISTORIC NAMES
ONOMATOPOETIC WORDS
LITERATURE
MAGAZINES
6 DEGREES OF KEVIN BACON
    $200 22
This Barry Manilow hit is subtitled "At The Copa"
    $200 7
This English "conqueror" was crowned in London on Christmas Day, 1066
    $200 1
The sound of a horse's hoof hitting the pavement, it usually follows clip
    $200 17
Dan'l Webster was the name of the title amphibian in "The Celebrated Jumping Frog Of" this "County"
    $200 2
Ellery Queen & now Mary Higgins Clark have their name on this type of magazine
    $200 12
Meg Ryan was in "I.Q." with Walter Matthau, who was in this Oliver Stone initial film with Kevin
    $400 23
Invented in recent years, boobams are percussion instruments often made from this woody grass
    $400 8
Although we do know he crossed the Alps with about 40 elephants, we don't know what route he took
    $400 27
Ms. Fromme could tell you it's this wheel that gets the most grease
    $400 18
Sancho Panza rides a donkey named Dapple in this Cervantes novel
    $400 3
"We drink, we smoke, we gamble" is the motto of Milton, a magazine named for him
    $400 13
F. Murray Abraham was in "Amadeus" with Tom Hulce, who did this National Lampoon movie with Kevin
    $600 24
Ska & rock steady were predecessors of this style that developed in Jamaica in the 1960s
    $600 9
Prior to his 1793 execution, this French king yelled, "I am innocent of all charges brought against me"
    $600 28
For the hip-hop duo Tag Team, it preceded "There It Is"
    $600 19
The final chapter of "The Scarlet Letter" says that her tombstone bore the letter "A"
    $600 4
Woman seen here; she has a magazine named for her: ("It's a good thing")
    $600 14
Boris Karloff did "The Raven" with Jack Nicholson, who was in this Navy courtroom drama with Kevin
    $800 25
From a Spanish word meaning "Of Malaga", it's a Spanish folk tune native to Malaga
    $800 10
On July 26, 1956 he announced that the Suez Canal "Will be run by Egyptians"
    $800 29
This onomatopoetic word precedes art, fly & gun
    $800 20
Archdeacon Claude Frollo was this hunchback's master
    $800 5
In 1947 this family's magazine was "The Changing Times", now it's "Personal Finance"
    $800 15
Cindy Crawford was in "Fair Game" with William Baldwin, who did this medical school thriller with Kevin
    DD: $3,000 26
Despite its name, this British band heard here was a trio: "Hold me now..."
    $1000 11
Begun on Jan. 1, 1660, his "Diary" held thrilling accounts of the Plague & the Great Fire of London
    $1000 30
Stripes & plaids worn together, cymballically speaking
    DD: $3,000 21
This Poe tale contains the line, "The French army had entered Toledo"
    $1000 6
He's built up his body & his name, which is found over "Muscle And Fitness" & "Shape"
    $1000 16
Alex Trebek was in "Short Cuts" with Fred Ward, who acted in this underground peril film with Kevin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Karen Ben
$3,600 $3,500 $18,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES
They got their name because the man who discovered them in 1895 had no idea what they were

Final scores:

Cliff Karen Ben
$100 $1 $13,000
2nd place: a Hooker Furniture entertainment center + a Panasonic 13" TV/VCR combo 3rd place: Corel WordPerfect 8 office software New champion: $13,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cliff Karen Ben
$6,600 $3,500 $14,500
17 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
0 W
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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