Show #3116 - Monday, March 2, 1998

1998 Celebrity Jeopardy! Ladies Night.

(Alex: Stay right where you are, because coming up next, a very special edition of Jeopardy!.)

Contestants

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Teri Garr, an actress from Friends

Naomi Judd, a singer from The Judds

Jane Curtin, an actress from 3rd Rock from the Sun

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Jeopardy! Round

FASHIONABLE NAMES
PARTY TIME
ENDORSEMENTS
MUSICAL GEOGRAPHY
(Naomi: Wooo!)
THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME
(5,5)
(Alex: Each correct response consists of 2 words; each word has 5 letters.)
    $100 1
He launched his Polo sport line in 1993 -- what a sport!
    $100 10
It's party time in New Orleans when you hear "If Ever I Cease to Love You", the official song of this festival
    $100 9
This supermodel can be seen wearing an Omega wristwatch in the magazine whose name is her first name
    $100 2
It's where Fats Domino found his thrill in 1956
    $100 15
Stars in front of this famous theater include Basil Rathbone's, William Shatner's & Billy Graham's
    $200 3
She's the DK in DKNY
    $200 11
Sports fans love this kind of picnic, often held in a parking lot & named for part of a car
    $200 22
The famous black shirt of this country singer who walked the line hangs on the line in Arrow ads
    $200 6
Pick me up some spices if you're going to this Simon & Garfunkel "Fair"
    $200 18
Marilyn Monroe's "McStar" shines in front of this Hollywood Boulevard eatery
    $300 4
This designer of Tommy jeans opened his flagship store in Beverly Hills in 1997
    $300 12
This word for a festive dance party may be an alteration of shindy, a synonym for an uproar
    $300 23
Exuberant Fox football analyst & ex-coach who's the spokesman for Ace Hardware
    DD: $500 8
City mentioned in the title of the TV show whose theme is heard here:
    $300 19
The stars run east & west on Hollywood Boulevard, & north & south on this street
    $400 5
In July 1997 Carla Bruni & Eva Herzigova were among the models paying final respects to this designer in Milan
    $400 13
At 22,205 feet, Guinness says the highest dinner party was in Peru, atop Mt. Huascaran in these mountains
    $400 24
For all one's shopping needs, Rosie O'Donnell & Penny Marshall sing the praises of this national retailer
    $400 16
"Start spreading the news", Ol' Blue Eyes made it here
    $400 20
He's the only U.S. president you can step on
    $500 7
In 1980s TV ads nothing got between Brooke Shields & this designer's jeans
    $500 14
Schussboomers know the name of this after-schussing party contains the French word for "after"
    $500 25
Kurt Vonnegut drew a self-portrait for this Swedish vodka's ubiquitous campaign
    $500 17
This "house in New Orleans" has "been the ruin of many a poor boy"
    $500 21
You don't have to "Imagine" that this musician's star is in front of Capitol Records... that's where it is

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Jane Naomi Teri
$400 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Naomi Teri
$2,300 -$100 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

CUTE ANIMALS
COMMUNICATION
GIRL TALK
FAST FOOD
ACTORS
ROLLS
    $200 7
The pups of the harp species of these are known as whitecoats
    $200 1
With this feature your phone beeps to let you talk to someone you may like more than the person on the line
    $200 2
Famous blonde of the '30s who said, "When women go wrong, men go right after them"
    $200 20
Recent commercials for this restaurant chain feature founder Dave Thomas answering his mail
    $200 11
He reportedly said he would've paid the studio for the chance to direct his first film, "Play Misty for Me"
    $200 26
First aid books say if this happens, you should "stop, drop & roll"
    $400 8
Aw, wook at the doggy; this breed has been around China for over 2,000 years:
    $400 9
Woodrow Wilson was the first U.S. president to hold one of these open audiences with reporters
    $400 3
This Round Table wit required "Only 3 things of a man. He must be handsome, ruthless and stupid"
    $400 21
He was in his 60s when he put on a white suit & traveled the country to franchise his chicken recipe
    $400 14
Rap star & underwear model who played porn star Dirk Diggler in "Boogie Nights"
    DD: $1,000 27
It's what's rolled out in the following:
    $600 10
Once ensconced in a eucalyptus tree, these marsupials, whose name means "no drink", may stay for days
    $600 17
To transmit signals, these vehicles usually maintain orbits above a fixed point on the globe
    $600 4
She once said, "The more you learn about the dignity of the gorilla, the more you want to avoid people"
    $600 22
In 1962 Glen Bell opened the first of these fast food restaurants in Downey, California
    DD: $1,500 15
(Hi, I'm Traci Bingham) This "Baywatch" star was once a centerfold...a centerfold in the May 1990 issue of Cosmopolitan
    $800 12
The Virginia or white-tailed species of this is found as far south as South America
    $800 18
Samuel Goldwyn was quoted as saying movies "are entertainment", these "should be delivered by Western Union"
    $800 5
This "All I Wanna Do" singer said, "To turn on your boyfriend, get naked and strap on an accordion"
    $800 23
On Labor Day weekend 1997, this "royal" chain introduced a 2 patty burger to compete with the Big Mac
    $800 16
She was once the talk of the town, the town of Braselton, Georgia; she owned it for a while
    $800 28
In Japanese restaurants hosomaki are thin rolls of this; futomaki, thick ones
    $1000 13
Beatrix Potter found this rodent "Nutkin" special
    $1000 24
This man, whose speeches inspired the Russian Revolution, lost his speech after a series of strokes
    $1000 6
In "Out on a Limb" this actress mused, "Perhaps our belief in death was the gravest unreality of all"
    $1000 25
This chain of seafood shoppes is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, a long way from "Treasure Island"
    $1000 19
Marcel Marceau wrote a tribute to this late red-haired comedian for the Oct. 11, 1997 TV Guide

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jane Naomi Teri
$8,500 $900 $2,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TV SITCOMS
(Jane: Thank you, Lord!)
For your information, this series that premiered in 1988 is TV's longest-running sitcom still on the air

Final scores:

Jane Naomi Teri
$0 $0 $0
Winner: $15,000 to the U.S. Committee for UNICEF 3rd place: $10,000 to the Naomi Judd Research Fund at the American Liver Foundation 2nd place: $10,000 to the AIDS Service Center of Pasadena, CA

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jane Naomi Teri
$8,500 $300 $4,700
21 R,
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $13,500

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