Show #3179 - Thursday, May 28, 1998

Lara Robillard game 3.

Contestants

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Lawrence Taylor, an attorney from Portland, Oregon

Holly Kurzman, a career center manager from San Francisco, California

Lara Robillard, a director of health policy from Arlington, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOOKED ON PHOENIX
LITTLE BIRDIES
'60s ROCK
TOP O' THE WORLD, MA!
POTENT POTABLES
THE "D.T."s
    $100 30
This NBA team plays its home games at the America West Arena, a veritable sports palace
    $100 20
Snoopy's best little buddy, in the comics he talks in "scratches"
    $100 2
Bob Dylan & Dion were the only 2 other rock singers on the cover of this 1967 Beatles album
    $100 16
Satellite measurements in 1987 suggested that this peak reaches 29,108' -- 80' higher than thought
    $100 6
The fermented drink called perry is the pear-based counterpart of this "hard" apple drink
    $100 1
Sound heard here: (when you pick up the phone)
    $200 29
Diners at the Rustler's Rooste chow down on this "noisy" pit viper, served as an appetizer
    $200 21
These little yellow birds were once carried into coal mines because of their sensitivity to poisonous gas
    $200 4
In July 1967 this group's "Light My Fire" became Elektra Records' first No. 1 single
    $200 17
An ice cave at over 10,000 feet near Gangotri in the Himalayas is the source of this sacred Indian river
    $200 7
A brand of gin distilled in London shares its name with these Tower of London guards
    $200 3
In the Army it's a rapid march of 180 steps a minute
    $300 28
Phoenix's firefighting museum isn't called the Hall of Fame but the Hall of this
    $300 23
A wise parrot named Polynesia taught him how to talk to the animals
    DD: $500 9
In 1961 Del Shannon had his only No. 1 hit with this song heard here:

"I wonder..."
    $300 18
This shaggy-haired beast of Tibet is often called the grunting ox because of the sound it makes
    $300 8
It's coffee mixed with whiskey, such as Jameson's, & topped with whipped cream
    $300 5
The NFL's Joe Greene got mean from this position
    $400 27
The Arizona Biltmore was inspired by the designs of this man who lived & worked at nearby Taliesin West
    $400 24
A clock invented in the Black Forest around 1775 introduced this little birdie to timekeeping
    $400 10
In 1961 the Marvelettes asked him to "Look and see, is there a letter in your bag for me?"
    $400 19
Some have suggested that this mythical Himalayan creature is a pre-human primate
    $400 14
Trader Vic claims credit for inventing this rum drink & says it was named by a Tahitian friend
    $400 12
Longtime job of Rawley Farnsworth, who was thanked by Tom Hanks in his 1994 Oscar acceptance
    $500 26
By gum, the mansion built by this chewing gum mogul is a national historic landmark
    $500 25
It's the symbol of happiness Shirley Temple went looking for in a 1940 film
    $500 11
This group's 1969 hit "These Eyes" featured Randy Bachman, later of B-T-O, on lead guitar
    $500 22
These Nepalese people are much sought after as porters for Himalayan climbing expeditions
    $500 15
This wine-based French aperitif usually served on the rocks is flavored with, mmm, quinine
    $500 13
Group of Florida islands named from the Spanish for turtles

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

Lara Holly Lawrence
$1,400 $800 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lara Holly Lawrence
$3,400 $2,100 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

LOOK WHO'S TALKING, TOO
YANKEE INGENUITY
'60s TV
HALLS OF FAME
5 GUYS NAMED MOE
LATIN LESSON
    $200 24
Alexander Portnoy
    $200 19
It's reported that the U.S. has issued over 1870 patents for this flower; 400 of them mention red
    $200 1
Show that gave us the catch phrases "You bet your bippy" & "Here come de judge"
    $200 11
This "Little Women" author was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1996
    $200 16
Last name of Moe of the Three Stooges
    $200 5
Ante bellum means "before" this, something many people are anti-
    $400 25
Tiberius Claudius Drusus Nero Germanicus
    $400 20
The motor-driven phonograph he invented in 1888 played wax cylinders
    $400 2
Dr. Kildare & this Vince Edwards doctor began practicing on TV in 1961 & both left in 1966
    DD: $800 12
Inducted into the National Photography Hall of Fame in 1968, he snapped the picture seen here: (Abraham Lincoln)
    $400 17
Moe Strauss founded this auto parts chain along with Manny Rosenfield & Jack Jackson
    DD: $500 6
Shakespeare taught us this phrase meaning "you also"
    $600 26
Philip Pirrip
    $600 21
In 1931 Miles Laboratories first marketed this effervescent tablet
    $600 3
'60s series that used the prop seen here to open a secret panel:
    $600 13
This singer heard here was named to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1988: "Well I was born a coal miner's daughter...."
    $600 18
Major league catcher Moe Berg was also a WWII spy for this agency, precursor of the CIA
    $600 7
British rulers have the title Fidei Defensor, meaning this
    $800 30
Jean Louise Finch
    $800 22
John Curtis made a spruce-based type in 1848; Thomas Adams made a chicle-based type around 1870
    $800 4
As producer, Carl Reiner picked up an Emmy for this Outstanding Comedy Series of 1965-66
    $800 14
You'll find the Automotive Hall of Fame near the Henry Ford Museum in this Michigan city
    $800 29
Term for the type of country music Moe Bandy plays, the clubs where he began, or the "Queen" he sang of in 1981
    $800 8
An editio princeps is one of these, something prized by book lovers
    $1000 27
Meursault
    $1000 23
The company credited with inventing Teflon
    $1000 10
This singer's summer replacement show was "The Golddiggers"
    $1000 15
Included in the Billiard Congress of America Hall of Fame are Willie Hoppe & this Willie, inducted in 1968
    $1000 28
This "Kool" rapper's album "How Ya Like Me Now" began a rivalry with LL Cool J
    $1000 9
This 2-word phrase refers to the proof a crime has been committed, not necessarily the murder victim

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lara Holly Lawrence
$9,900 $4,900 $1,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
The 3 most populous countries, they added up to an estimated 2.42 billion people in 1996

Final scores:

Lara Holly Lawrence
$9,800 $1,800 $1,100
3-day champion: $38,800 2nd place: Trip to Kona, Hawaii 3rd place: Fisher 100-Watt Audio Component System

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lara Holly Lawrence
$9,800 $5,700 $900
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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