Show #2910 - Friday, April 4, 1997

Contestants

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Niki Bates, an attorney from Dana Point, California

Joe Sill, a graduate student originally from Germantown, Maryland

Steve Cook, a medical student from San Mateo, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

1990s FASHION
AMERICAN HISTORY
SCI-FI SIRENS
COMPANY TOWNS
EAGLE HODGEPODGE
NICKNAMES
    $100 26
In 1995 fashion magazines Elle & Vogue claimed this bright color was moving from lipstick to dresses
    $100 1
Though this president chose the general site for the executive mansion, he never lived there
    $100 16
The beast beauty Linda Hamilton ran up against in this 1984 movie was cyborg Arnold Schwarzenegger
    $100 21
The original name of the Kellogg Company included the name of this city, its location
    $100 11
In 1782 the U.S. chose this eagle as its national bird
    $100 6
"Schnozzola"
    $200 27
This chain of stores received good PR when Sharon Stone wore one of its T-shirts to the Oscars
    $200 2
In 1836 this republic asked to be annexed to the U.S.
    $200 17
She played the '60s sci-fi siren Barbarella
    $200 22
This U.S. agency, "The Company", is headquartered in Langley, Virginia
    $200 12
Young eagles are called eyases or these
    $200 7
"The Father of Printing"
    $300 28
Because of Spike Lee's 1992 film, baseball caps bearing this letter were in vogue in 1993
    $300 3
When asked in 1779 "Have you lowered your flag?" he reportedly said, "I have not yet begun to fight"
    DD: $1,000 18
TV character seen here, she made the cover of Ms. in 1996:
[video clue]
    $300 23
This company has processed poultry in Springdale, Arkansas since 1958
    $300 13
It's a synonym for sprawl
    $300 8
"Tippecanoe"
    $400 29
"I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear" this was the slogan of a high-profile campaign by PETA
    $400 4
A compromise allowed Maine's admission to the union in 1820 as a free state & this as a slave state in 1821
    $400 19
Nana Visitor is 2nd in command on DS9; Claudia Christian holds the same post on this other TV space station
    $400 24
This company is based in Beaverton, Oregon but it doesn't manufacture shoes there
    $400 14
The chapters of the Fraternal Order of Eagles are called these after the nests of eagles
    $400 9
"The Betrayer of Norway"
    $500 30
These sexy yet "infantile" dresses have been worn over bicycle shorts
    $500 5
The Kentucky & Virginia Resolutions were passed in opposition to these 1798 acts
    $500 20
In this 1995 Ben Kingsley thriller, Natasha Henstridge starred as a shape-changing creature
    $500 25
Spring Hill, Tennessee is home to this company that makes "A Different Kind of Car"
    $500 15
Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards won the hearts of Englanders in 1988 competing in this Olympic event
    $500 10
"The Napoleon of Luzon"

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

Steve Joe Niki
$2,700 $500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Joe Niki
$5,700 $1,800 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEOPLE
MEDICINE
WORD ORIGINS
BODIES OF WATER
CHILDREN'S LIT
SONGS FROM MUSICALS
(Alex: We'll give you the song, you give us the show)
    $200 12
Though born Jewish, Jean-Marie Lustiger of Paris holds this high position in the Catholic church
    $200 11
The juvenile rheumatoid type of this disorder is also known as Still's disease
    $200 15
This food that tastes similar to a sweet potato derives its name from the Portuguese word inhame
    $200 3
In antiquity this "mother" river of Russia was known as the Rha or Oaros
    $200 1
Anna Sewell subtitled this classic "The Autobiography of a Horse"
    $200 26
"At The Ballet",
"What I Did For Love",
"One"
    $400 13
This Czech-born ex-wife of a real estate mogul married Riccardo Mazzucchelli in 1995
    $400 14
Cystitis, an inflammation of this urinary organ, is usually caused by bacteria
    $400 21
This synonym for wonderful is a blend of fantastic & fabulous
    $400 4
The Gulf of Suez & the Gulf of Aqaba are extensions of this sea
    $400 2
He published "The Gremlins" 20 years before "Charlie & The Chocolate Factory"
    $400 30
"Something's Coming",
"Jet Song",
"Gee, Officer Krupke!"
    $600 19
Born in Barcelona in 1946, he's the youngest of the "Three Tenors"
    $600 16
Poor bone marrow function is the leading cause of the aplastic type of this hemoglobin deficiency
    DD: $1,000 22
The name of this vulture found in the Andes is derived from the Quechua language
    $600 6
This largest African lake is the largest source of the Nile River
    $600 5
This Louise Fitzhugh classic about a young female snoop was made into a 1996 movie
    $600 28
"Make Believe",
"Cotton Blossom",
"Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man"
    $800 20
Like Neil Kinnock in 1983, he was 41 when he became leader of Britain's Labour Party in 1994
    $800 17
Glossalgia is defined as pain localized in this organ
    $800 24
The name of this tiny, 1-celled organism is from the Greek for "oblong", because of its shape
    DD: $2,000 7
For most of the year, ice floes & icebergs prevent navigation in this bay between Greenland & NE Canada
    $800 9
Inspired by "Bluebell in Fairyland", he wrote his own fairy play "Peter Pan"
    $800 27
"With One Look",
"The Greatest Star of All",
"As If We Never Said Goodbye"
    $1000 23
The 1994 movie "JLG by JLG" is a self-portrait by this film director & pioneer of the French New Wave
    $1000 18
Streptococci cause this childhood "fever" characterized by a bright red rash & high temperature
    $1000 25
This word for a street urchin who wears raggedy clothes was the name of a demon in the poem "Piers Plowman"
    $1000 8
The Bay of Campeche is a southern extension of this gulf
    $1000 10
She's famous for her books about Ramona Quimby, as well as "The Mouse and the Motorcycle"
    $1000 29
"Easy To Be Hard",
"Good Morning, Starshine",
"Let The Sunshine In"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Joe Niki
$11,900 $4,400 $5,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
This artist sculpted the famous statuary group that stands in front of the town hall in Calais

Final scores:

Steve Joe Niki
$13,799 $5,001 $8,801
2-day champion: $25,800 3rd place: Daewoo Electronics TV & VCR 2nd place: Costa Cruises 7-Night Caribbean Cruise

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Joe Niki
$12,800 $4,400 $5,000
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
1 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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