Show #3016 - Monday, October 13, 1997

Peter Scott game 1.

Contestants

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Peter Scott, an advertising manager from Washington, D.C.

Lindley Henson, a mother of twins from Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Doug Kornreich, a lawyer from Reston, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
BILL PULLMAN FILMS
THINK "INK"
VERONICA
NATURE
NURTURE
    $100 1
Rebuilding Precolumbian irrigation canals in 1867 helped "resurrect" this future Arizona capital
    $100 12
Pullman gave a firecracker performance as the president during an alien invasion in this blockbuster film
    $100 6
It's a deliberate, meaningful, one-eyed blink
    $100 26
'40s film star with the "Peek-A-Boo" do
    $100 21
Many mammals are able to eat solid food well before this process of ceasing to suckle
    $100 11
Experts advise against tying this weekly payment to chores, which the kids should do anyway
    $200 2
Cornwallis once referred to this N.C. city as a "hornet's nest"; today the Hornets play there
    $200 13
In this 1995 film, Pullman was cast as Christina Ricci's friendly "ghost therapist" dad
    $200 7
The slammer,
the pokey,
the hoosegow
    $200 22
In plants, hermaphroditism is a synonym for this, which Woody Allen said doubles chances for dates
    $200 17
Action taken against a misbehaving teen or an unsafe airline
    $300 3
This Florida city was named for the general who led the fight to take Florida from the Spanish
    $300 14
Though he lost Meg Ryan in "Sleepless In Seattle", he won Sandra Bullock's heart in this film
    $300 8
A childless worker with a working spouse
    $300 23
The major groups of social bees are honeybees, tropical stingless bees & these bees
    $300 18
A D.C.-based organization helps interest kids in this activity because it "is fundamental"
    $400 4
In 1806, 100 years after its founding on the Rio Grande, this New Mexico city had only a few thousand people
    $400 15
Pullman made his debut as the world's "dumbest crook" in this 1986 Bette Midler-Danny DeVito film
    $400 9
Even those travelers who try to pack everything figuratively leave this item behind
    $400 24
As opposed to the bald type, the booted types of this bird of prey are named for feathers on their legs
    $400 19
"Facilitated communication" tries to reach kids who have this withdrawn condition
    $500 5
Ranked as the nation's largest inland port, it's home to Carnegie-Mellon University
    DD: $500 16
Pullman returns home to his wife, a first-rate athlete, in the film seen here:
    $500 10
This type of fence is made with steel wire mesh
    $500 25
These creatures, including the ermine, are named for killing more prey than they can eat
    $500 20
Therapists David & Phyllis York started this group after taking a stand with their own wild youngsters

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

Doug Lindley Peter
$600 $200 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lindley Peter
$300 $600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

A WALK UP FIFTH AVENUE
OCTOBER 1955
"NEW" MUSIC
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
CHEMISTRY
LITTLE WORDS
    $200 1
Fifth Avenue starts at this square in Greenwich Village
    $200 11
After being moidered World Series after series, dese bums won in 1955
    $200 21
In 1965 James Brown sang that "Papa's Got" one of these
    $200 6
Cox's orange pippin is a popular British variety of this fruit
    $200 25
Chemist Fritz Haber tried to finance German WWI reparations by extracting gold from this common liquid
    $200 9
Term for the smallest or weakest of a litter of animals
    $400 2
For a cinematic rendezvous atop this building, get to 34th by 11:30 P.M., when the elevators stop
    $400 12
The Air Force released a 316-page report on an 8-year investigation that said there's no proof of these
    $400 22
INXS was feeling one in a 1988 Top 10 hit
    $400 7
This fuzzy-skinned fruit associated with New Zealand actually originated in China
    $400 26
This substance to watch for on your car is basically hydrated ferric oxide, Fe2O3
    $400 14
This structure formed by a burrowing mammal can be exaggerated into a mountain
    $600 3
Take a left on 52nd to eat at this "club" named for its numerical address
    $600 18
On Oct. 24, 1955 France recognized the Diem government in this country
    $600 23
Her hits in the '80s included "Angel of the Morning" & "Queen of Hearts"
    $600 8
These miniature cabbages sprang up in Belgium about 400 to 500 years ago
    $600 27
Reducing agents like carbon assist this process of extracting metal from ore at high temperatures
    $600 15
Zelco Industries makes this handy "book light" that can illuminate great literature
    $800 4
At 57th you can gaze in this store's windows as Holly Golightly did at "breakfast"
    $800 19
Andy Griffith & Don Knotts opened on Broadway October 20, 1955 in this play
    DD: $1,000 24
This teen group's longest stay at No. 1 was with the following in 1990: [audio clue]
    $800 10
American Indians referred to this holiday fruit by a name meaning "bitter berries"
    $800 28
Term for a polymer formed by acids reacting with alcohols & for a resulting fabric like Dacron
    $800 16
Robert Burns' poem "To A Mouse" begins with this little word
    $1000 5
A 70th Street mansion displays the art treasures amassed by this Pittsburgh steel mogul
    $1000 20
Joe DiMaggio & she were officially divorced October 31, 1955
    $1000 30
This "Green, Green" group once had Kenny Rogers in it
    $1000 13
Popular at salad bars, this crunchy vegetable is often referred to as a Mexican potato
    $1000 29
These compounds, such as KBr, were used as sedatives, so the word also means trite sayings
    DD: $1,000 17
The ninth letter of the Greek alphabet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Doug Lindley Peter
$4,300 $4,400 $4,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

BESTSELLERS
This 1974 bestseller was originally subtitled "A Novel of a Girl with a Frightening Power"

Final scores:

Doug Lindley Peter
$4,500 $4,400 $7,300
2nd place: Trip to Casa de Campo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic 3rd place: Meade Model 395 Telescope New champion: $7,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Doug Lindley Peter
$4,600 $4,400 $4,300
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
14 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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