Show #3470 - Friday, October 8, 1999

Contestants

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Paul McGonagle, a bartender from Schaumburg, Illinois

Beth Carroll, a criminal records supervisor from Morristown, New Jersey

Pat Tortorello, a corrections officer from Belleville, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
HORSE & RIDER
(Alex: We'll give you the horse, you give us the famous rider)
THE MOVIES
SLOGANEERING
FIRST LADIES
PRIME NUMBERS
    $100 11
Suisse is the French name for this mountainous country
    $100 6
Silver
    $100 26
The first episode in the story told by this popular film series is subtitled "The Phantom Menace"
    $100 21
When going out, take this card because "It's Everywhere You Want to Be"
    $100 16
She married husband Ronnie in 1952 when he was president of the Screen Actors Guild
    $100 1
Dial this 3-digit prime number in L.A. only for emergencies
    $200 12
Washington Irving gave New York City this nickname in 1807
    $200 7
Rocinante
    $200 27
It was double trouble for this martial arts star playing twins in "Twin Dragons"
    $200 22
If you need a hammer, this is "The Place With the Helpful Hardware Folks"
    $200 17
She served as a regent of the University of Texas & as a member of the National Parks Advisory Board
    $200 2
In the rhyme, it's the number of whacks Lizzie Borden gave her father
    $300 13
There are only 31 states & 1 federal district in this North American country
    $300 8
Trigger's friend Buttermilk
    $300 28
It was double trouble for this martial arts star playing twins in "Double Impact"
    $300 23
"The Relentless Pursuit of Perfection" is the goal of this automaker
    $300 18
In January 1991 this first lady broke her left leg while sledding at Camp David
    $300 3
Columbus' first voyage to the new world ended in this year
    $400 14
The Tasman Sea separates Australia & this nation
    $400 9
Traveller
    $400 29
Known for comedies like "Mr. Mom", he donned the cape & cowl of Batman in 1989
    $400 24
This large company provides "Solutions For A Small Planet"
    $400 19
Her stepfather was Hugh Auchincloss
    $400 4
Fear of this prime number is called triskaidekaphobia
    $500 15
Robin Hood's nemesis was the sheriff of this district
    $500 10
Bucephalus
    $500 30
She turned pirate in "Cutthroat Island" & action star in "The Long Kiss Goodnight"
    $500 25
Relax, this brand of medicine is "Recommended by Dr. Mom"
    DD: $500 20
The only first lady whose married name was the same as her maiden name
    $500 5
Boeing's answer in the early 1960s to the Douglas DC-9; it's good for medium hauls

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Pat Beth Paul
$600 $400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Beth Paul
$700 $1,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

DEMOCRATIC KEYNOTERS
(Alex: These are people who gave the keynote address at Democratic conventions.)
THE ASPCA
ON BROADWAY: 1970
BOTANY
I HAVEN'T READ SHAKESPEARE, BUT...
WORD ORIGINS
    $200 14
1992:
New Jersey senator
    $200 19
In 1999 Lulu, a plucky potbellied one of these, earned an ASPCA Trooper Award for saving her owner's life
    $200 24
He starred on Broadway as Elwood P. Dowd in a revival of "Harvey"; who else could?
    $200 11
To the horror of homeowners, this lawn weed, Taraxacum officinale, can grow 1 1/2' high
    $200 6
This tragedy has got to be set in a small village, hence the title
    $200 1
Derived from the Greek for "ice", it's a glass of fine quality that resembles ice
    $400 15
1984:
New York governor
    $400 20
An ASPCA program begun in 1992 promotes the adoption of these dogs when they retire from racing
    $400 25
Based on "All About Eve", it featured Lauren Bacall as Margo Channing
    $400 12
This "kissing" shrub, the state flower of Oklahoma, sometimes kills the tree that serves as its host
    $400 7
Obviously, it's a funny play about bad baseball players
    $400 2
Many scholars believe that the Celts called it "The Wild Place"; now this wild place is a city of over 7 million
    $600 16
1976:
Ohio senator
    $600 21
The ASPCA reminds you that you can lengthen a cat's life by neutering a male or doing this equivalent to a female
    $600 26
Though he never won an Emmy as Barney Miller, he did win a Tony for his role in "The Rothschilds"
    $600 13
The Jaffa variety of orange originated in this country
    $600 8
It sounds to me like it's about the leader of lascivious oglers
    $600 3
A Middle Eastern chieftain, this 4-letter term is from the Arabic for "commander"
    $800 17
1968:
Hawaiian senator
    $800 22
In 1867 the ASPCA began operating the world's first of these vehicles to carry horses, probably without a siren
    $800 28
Anthony Quayle & Keith Baxter starred in this Anthony Shaffer mystery; the rest of the cast is another mystery
    $800 27
The jonquil is a short-trumpet narcissus; this yellow flower is a long-trumpet species
    $800 9
It's about this guy who hires non-permanent secretarial help for his office
    DD: $1,200 4
This wooden club is named for the town in county Wicklow where it originated
    $1000 18
1988:
Texas state treasurer
    $1000 23
The ASPCA helped stop Iowa legislators from legalizing hunting of the mourning type of this
    DD: $2,000 29
After 2,844 performances, Broadway said, "So long, dearie" to this musical December 27, 1970
    $1000 30
The finest dried form of this root spice used in pumpkin pie is produced in Jamaica
    $1000 10
Toyotas! Yeah, that's it; it's about Toyotas
    $1000 5
A Greek word for cowherd has given us this term for "pastoral" or "rustic"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Beth Paul
$2,100 $3,200 $7,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE FUNNIES
Debuting November 18, 1985, the caption in its first box was "So long, Pop! I'm off to check my tiger trap!"

Final scores:

Pat Beth Paul
$4,131 $6,400 $7,200
3rd place: eToys.com Shopping Spree 2nd place: Trip to Grand Case Beach Club, French West Indies New champion: $7,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Pat Beth Paul
$2,100 $5,200 $6,800
11 R,
5 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,100

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