Show #2921 - Monday, April 21, 1997

Contestants

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Michael Steele, a medical secretary from Chicago, Illinois

Christopher Barger, a research analyst from Arlington, Virginia

Linda Fabrizio, a high school teacher from Denver, Colorado (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

MYTHS & LEGENDS
SONGS
BREAD
STADIUMS & ARENAS
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
LETTER PERFECT
    $100 8
Bacchus was the god of this liquid, so he often wore vine leaves & grapes on his head
    $100 15
The theme from this Whitney Houston film is subtitled "Shoop Shoop"
    $100 26
Mince cloves of this into butter to prepare a yummy bread found in Italian restaurants
    $100 7
Lambeau Field is named for "Curly" Lambeau, the first coach of this Green Bay football team
    $100 1
For her 1996 film "Striptease" she was paid $12.5 million, making her the highest paid actress in film history
    $100 6
This letter was a symbol of perfection after Giotto drew a perfect freehand circle to impress the Pope
    $200 10
Mama Quilla, the moon goddess of these people, had a temple dedicated to her at Cuzco in Peru
    $200 16
Bette Midler's only No. 1 pop record, this song from "Beaches" is also known as "Hero"
    $200 27
Pone is Southern bread traditionally made from this type of meal
    $200 9
In this Canadian city's Olympic Stadium, pitchers are lanceurs & the shortstop is the arret-court
    $200 2
This star of "The American President" was an assistant director on his father's 1962 film "Lonely Are the Brave"
    $200 14
This supposedly sullen generation, born in 1961 & after, was named by novelist Douglas Coupland
    $300 11
The daughters of Clymene & this god of the sun are known as the Heliades
    $300 17
This 1993 hit by UB40 remained in the Top 40 for 23 weeks, almost twice as long as Elvis Presley's 1961 version
    $300 28
Innovative chef Nancy Silverton can bake not only a pie, but a bread using this small red fruit
    $300 20
Jacobs Field is part of this Ohio city's Gateway Sports Complex
    $300 3
Danny DeVito & this woman, his wife, have appeared together in milk ads
    DD: $500 23
For 30 years Desmond Llewelyn, the actor seen here, has played this character:
[video clue]
    $400 12
Ligeia, whose name means "shrill", was one of these sea seductresses who sang sweetly for sailors
    $400 18
"Good Morning, Starshine, the Earth says" this
    $400 29
Term for any substance that makes dough rise
    $400 21
The infield of this White Sox home uses dirt from the previous stadium of the same name
    $400 4
In the 1981 TV movie "Elvis and the Beauty Queen", this "Miami Vice" star portrayed Elvis Presley
    $400 24
This computer chip is named for the type of TV programming parents may want to block
    $500 13
These choosers of those to be slain are also called Odin's Maids
    $500 19
He's "badder than old King Kong, meaner than a junkyard dog"
    $500 30
Wheat flour is high in this sticky, elastic protein substance that gives texture to bread
    $500 22
The Brendan Byrne Arena is named for a former governor of this state
    $500 5
Although 24, he played teenager Ferris Bueller in "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"
    $500 25
Antigens designated by these 2 letters determine blood types

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

Linda Christopher Michael
$1,600 $500 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Christopher Michael
$2,900 $1,700 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ENVIRONMENT
PEOPLE
ART
AUTHORS
HISTORIC PLACES
HOMONYMS
    $200 26
While the Feds still consider these reptiles threatened, there are enough in Florida for an annual harvest
    $200 11
On September 1, 1996 this former first daughter married Jim Wentzel at the Pond House near Plains
    $200 18
This beloved folk artist painted "Look, It's A New Little Colt" in 1945, when she was in her '80s
    $200 16
In the early '70s, this master of horror taught English at Maine's Hampden Academy
    $200 6
This Virginia site has replicas of the 3 ships that brought settlers there in 1607
    $200 1
A 1-horse carriage on springs, or a device that may spring a surprise on a mouse
    $400 27
When assassinated in 1988, Chico Mendes had devoted his life to protecting these places
    $400 12
After the 1992 election, he managed the Clinton transition team, then became Secretary of State Jan. 20, 1993
    $400 22
The title of Botticelli's famous painting "Primavera" means this season of the year
    $400 17
Tarzana, California is named for his most famous character
    $400 7
This cemetery just outside Washington, D.C. was laid out on land once home to Robert E. Lee
    $400 2
The gullet of a bird, something for a farmer to harvest, or a riding whip
    $600 30
This 1970 act set standards for major pollutants, including ozone & carbon monoxide
    $600 13
Billboard called this contemporary jazz saxophonist the top instrumentalist of the past decade in terms of sales
    $600 23
Peter Blume's 1930 painting "The Eternal City" depicts this fascist as a surreal green jack-in-the-box
    $600 19
A month after "The Bell Jar" was published in 1963, she took her own life
    $600 8
A visitor center devoted to this judge in Langtry, Texas has his law book on display
    $600 3
It can be your best buddy, or the chopped bait used to attract fish
    $800 29
As opposed to wind or solar energy, fossil fuels are these types of "resources"; they run out
    $800 14
In 1995 this paleoanthropologist helped form Safina, a new political party, to rid Kenya of corruption
    $800 24
This Frenchman finished his paintings of "Poplars" before he began his "Water Lily" murals
    $800 20
His 1996 book "Golf Dreams: Writings On Golf" includes excerpts from his "Rabbit" novels
    $800 9
This president's national historic site in West Branch, Iowa has a Quaker meetinghouse on the grounds
    DD: $1,000 4
To soak in liquid, or marked by an extreme angle
    $1000 28
A reporter is credited with creating this term for the wind-eroded area of the Great Plains in the 1930s
    $1000 15
This prosecutor of Charles Manson gives his take on the O.J. Simpson trial in his bestseller "Outrage"
    $1000 25
From 1912 to 1933 this "Bird In Space" sculptor created a series of abstract busts of "Mademoiselle Pogany"
    $1000 21
Evan Hunter writes his "87th Precinct" & "Matthew Hope" novels under this pseudonym
    DD: $1,300 10
This industrialist stocked the woodlands around his home, Fair Lane, with about 300 deer
    $1000 5
It can be a short run, a punctuation mark indicating a break, or a part of a car

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Linda Christopher Michael
$6,100 $6,000 $5,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
It's the only country whose name is the same as an American state's

Final scores:

Linda Christopher Michael
$99 $1,399 $10,500
3rd place: Ashley Asheville Dining Furniture Collection 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Castilla, Madrid, Spain New champion: $10,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Linda Christopher Michael
$6,100 $7,800 $6,300
19 R,
1 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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