Show #3064 - Thursday, December 18, 1997

Contestants

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Rita Graf, a labor lawyer from Alexandria, Virginia

Monica Erichsen, an educational assistant from Everett, Washington

Tim Surdyk, an undergraduate student from Seattle, Washington (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

I WISH
BARNYARD ANIMALS
AMERICAN PEAKS
COLLEGE FOOTBALL
IMPORTED CUISINE
THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS
    $100 7
His wishes were granted by genies of the ring & of the lamp
    $100 2
Considered among the first animals used in husbandry, they're divided into types by wool texture
    $100 9
Ain't no mountain high enough in the U.S. to top this Alaskan peak
    $100 1
It's the only bowl game whose attendance regularly exceeds 100,000
    $100 19
To make some great latkes, first you gotta grate these, the main ingredient
    $100 24
According to the book, the number of days a year you should get unbirthday presents
    $200 8
It's what you wish on when you say, "Wish I may, I wish I might get the wish I wish tonight"
    $200 3
This bearded barnyard animal is the joke of many butts
    $200 13
1 of 2 volcanoes in the Cascades to erupt in the 20th century
    $200 17
Through 1996 this Nebraska coach led all active coaches in winning percentage with .828
    $200 20
To make this German-named dish, pound your veal cutlet, salt & pepper it, dip it in egg & bread crumbs & fry
    $200 25
Mirror-image twins whose favorite expressions are "nohow" & "contrariwise"
    $300 10
In the past people have dropped pins down these as well as coins
    DD: $400 4
Animal most associated with the man seen here: (Harlan Sanders)
    $300 14
Lava from Mauna Kea & this slightly lower volcano covers most of the island of Hawaii
    $300 18
Built in 1920, this school's Husky Stadium is the Pac 10's oldest football stadium
    $300 21
Meaning "new cooking", this French phrase is used in America for light & freshly prepared dishes
    $300 26
Name shared by a talking flower Alice meets & an Indian girl in "Peter Pan"
    $400 11
Appropriate brand of salad dressing to use during a Thanksgiving meal
    $400 5
The height of these barnyard animals is measured in hands
    $400 15
The name of this range in northeastern New York comes from an Indian word for "bark eaters"
    $400 29
Quarterbacks for this school in the 1980s included Jim McMahon, Ty Detmer & Steve Young
    $400 22
When rolling your dolmathes yalantzi, keep the shiny side of these on the outside
    $400 27
The full title is "Through the Looking Glass and" this
    $500 12
In a classic 1902 story by W.W. Jacobs, it's the sinister simian object that supposedly grants wishes
    $500 6
Around the world this animal sounds different: "K' ok' iyo" in Korean & "Goh-geh-goh-goh" in Chinese
    $500 16
Mount Greylock in these "hills" is the highest peak in Massachusetts
    $500 30
Officer Joe Coffey on "Hill Street Blues", he holds the NCAA record for career yards per game with 174.6
    $500 23
From Italian for "restaurateur", it's a small Italian restaurant you may find a treat
    $500 28
At the start of the book we discover this pet cat of Alice's had kittens, perhaps in the kitchen

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

Tim Monica Rita
$100 $1,900 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Monica Rita
$800 $2,000 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ACTORS & ACTRESSES
FLOWERS
HAIL TO THE CHIEF
FASHION DESIGNERS
BURMA POTPOURRI
BIG WORDS
    $200 9
Mary McCormack of TV's "Murder One" may know about his "Private Parts"; she played his wife in the film
    $200 3
Chrysanthemum maximum is the scientific name for the shasta variety of this
    $200 1
A famous 1924 campaign slogan was "Keep Cool With" this man
    $200 23
In 1997 she introduced her Lizfit pants, which feature innovative side clips to adjust the waistline
    $200 16
Some road signs for this product read:
Are your whiskers/
When you wake/
Tougher than/
A 2-bit steak?
    $200 17
Big size for a shirt or intestine
    $400 12
Clark Gable co-starred with her in "No Man Of Her Own" in 1932 & married her a few years later
    $400 4
A Rogers & Hammerstein song describes it as "Small and white, clean and bright"
    $400 2
His middle name was Gamaliel
    $400 25
You could call this Algerian-born designer the "saint" of French fashion
    $400 19
In the '30s the Burma Road was built to move supplies from Burma into this country
    $400 18
Word for a 90-pound schnauzer or a 220-pound panda
    $600 13
Sean Penn made his professional on-camera debut in a 1979 episode of this Buddy Ebsen detective series
    $600 5
These tall flowers are grown for their polly seeds
    $600 6
He was the 27th president & the 10th Supreme Court Chief Justice
    $600 24
One glance at this Gorgon could turn men into stone, but she's a favorite design motif of Versace
    $600 30
In the 1934 book "Burmese Days", this "Animal Farm" author told of his days in the Indian Imperial Police
    $600 20
Brand name of garbage bags now marketed by Tenneco
    $800 14
This star of TV's "Prime Suspect" played a sexpot who agrees to pose for James Mason in 1969's "Age Of Consent"
    DD: $1,500 10
One legend says this flower derives its name from a drowning knight's last words to his beloved
    DD: $600 7
Since his father died before he was born, his uncle Sardis Birchard helped raise him
    $800 26
Yes, sir, this Beatle's daughter Stella is the new chief designer for the house of Chloe
    $800 29
This advisor to Burma's first premier, U Nu, later became a U.N. Secretary-General
    $800 21
A recent study says 37.5% of New Orleans adults are 20% overweight, qualifying them as this
    $1000 15
Before her "bewitch"ing role as Samantha'a mother Endora, she played Orson Welles' mother in "Citizen Kane"
    $1000 11
Nicknamed the "Flower City", Rochester, N.Y. sponsors a May festival of these fragrant purple flowers
    $1000 8
He was the last of 3 men to serve as president in 1881
    $1000 27
Isaac Mizrahi appeared as himself on the May 6, 1997 3-D episode of this Michael J. Fox sitcom
    $1000 28
When Burma became Myanmar in 1989, this city became Yangon
    $1000 22
Adjective derived from the name of a Rabelais title character

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tim Monica Rita
$5,600 $7,500 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
Launched Sept. 27, 1941, the first of the Liberty Ships was named for this Revolutionary War figure

Final scores:

Tim Monica Rita
$1 $2,800 $1
3rd place: Samsung His & Her Evoca Cameras New champion: $2,800 2nd place: Panasonic 31-inch Superflat System TV & Klipsch Rebel Speakers

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tim Monica Rita
$5,600 $6,700 $7,200
12 R,
2 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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