Show #3475 - Friday, October 15, 1999

Contestants

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Jeff Hendrick, a comedian and actor originally from Turlock, California

Melanie Smith, an office manager from Modesto, California

David Waters, a public information officer from Portland, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,610)

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Jeopardy! Round

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN'
SEASONS
GENERAL HOSPITAL
PLACE NAME PEOPLE
SKIN STUFF
"ITCH"Y
    $100 11
This newspaper tycoon's former estate near San Luis Obispo includes a Roman temple & ancient works of art
    $100 16
The depression or "blues" brought on by seasonal affective disorder is strongest during this season
    $100 26
[Hi, I'm Ingo Rademacher from "General Hospital] Like "G.H."'s Robert & Mac Scorpio, my character of Jax is from this country, where I really grew up
    $100 21
Michigan's capital city bears the name of this man who was chief justice & chancellor of New York
    $100 1
The average adult has 25 of these; a change in one's color may signify a malignant melanoma
    $100 6
It's what a tattletale does
    $200 12
The peaks in the background of the California state seal symbolize this mountain range
    $200 17
World Book says India has 3 basic seasons: the cool season, the hot season & this
    $200 27
In real life, the hospital seen in the show's opening credits serves this county
    $200 22
Not John or Bob but territorial governor James lent his name to this "elevated" western city
    $200 2
Common warts can be found on a variety of places; plantar warts are only found here
    $200 7
A perfect trailer goes off without one
    $300 13
This desert is home to 4 military installations, including Edwards Air Force Base
    $300 18
Bugs & Daffy were constantly trying to convince Elmer which of these 2 hunting seasons it was
    $300 28
[Hi, I'm Vanessa Marcil] In 1998 "G.H." killed me off though my body was never found - now you can see me on this FOX primetime show
    $300 23
This early settler of Charlestown, Massachusetts got a hill named for him; a June 1775 battle was fought there
    $300 3
The best skin for one of these procedures often used to treat burns comes from yourself or an identical twin
    $300 8
It can mean to cut class or to cut a trench
    DD: $900 14
From the Greek for "I have found it", it's California's one-word motto
    $400 19
The Walden Inn of Indiana considers its apricot & dried cranberry tart a classic of this season
    $400 29
From 1985 to 1987 nurse Jade Soong was played by this future denizen of "Wayne's World"
    $400 24
The seat of Montana State University is named for this "man", a brave &/or foolhardy pioneer guide
    $400 4
Also called dishcloth gourd, this plant sponge should not be used on the face
    $400 9
A musician's may be perfect; a softball player's may be underhanded
    $500 15
In October mollusk lovers flock to this beach city for its annual clam festival
    $500 20
"The Human Seasons" is a sonnet by this consumptive English romantic poet
    $500 25
A Pennsylvania city is named for John Wilkes & this other British friend of the colonists
    $500 5
The ruby type of this device is used to remove liver spots & tattoos
    $500 10
Out-of-stock sales items are the hallmark of this deceptive sales tactic

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

David Melanie Jeff
$1,100 $2,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Melanie Jeff
$2,300 $3,400 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
NAME THAT DAD
BETRAYED!
FILMS OF THE '10s
1970s LEADERS
THE NUMBER OF...
    $200 6
When this group came to power in China, they demanded all literature depict heroes of the working class
    $200 9
TV's Pebbles
    $200 10
It really cut Samson to be betrayed by this Philistine
    $200 24
This director started filming his adaptation of "The Clansman" in 1914, but soon ran into budget problems
    $200 20
One of his domestic initiatives was the WIN program, for "Whip Inflation Now"
    $200 1
Playing squares on a standard chessboard
    $400 7
The first sequel to this classic French novel was titled "Twenty Years After"
    $400 17
Camelot's Mordred
    $400 11
During the Trojan War she betrayed her love Troilus & he was killed
    $400 25
"The Dimpled Darling", Maurice Costello, played Sydney Carton in a 1911 version of this novel
    $400 21
On Nov. 19, 1977 this Mideast leader stunned the world when he traveled to Jerusalem
    $400 2
Face cards in a standard deck of playing cards
    $600 8
He penned the classic line "There was an old man with a beard, who said 'It is just as I feared'"
    $600 18
The Bible's Ishmael
    DD: $1,900 12
This emperor of Mexico was betrayed in 1867 by one of his trusted officers
    $600 26
In 1917 this queen of the vamps was the Queen of the Nile -- Cleopatra
    DD: $1,400 22
The fall of this city came April 30, 1975 when president Dong Van Minh surrendered it
    $600 3
Sides on a U.S. stop sign
    $800 15
New Zealander Jane Campion directed the 1996 film version of this Henry James novel
    $800 19
Mrs. Arnold Schwarzenegger
    $800 13
Gen. James Wilkinson turned in this co-conspirator & former VP & got him tried for treason
    $800 23
The man seen here was president of this country for the 2nd half of the decade:
[video clue: Valery Giscard d'Estaing]
    $800 4
Holes in the PGA Championship golf tournament without sudden death
    $1000 16
In 1981 American playwright Beth Henley won a Pulitzer Prize for this "criminal" play
    $1000 14
A maid betrayed this wife of Odysseus, revealing she undid her day's weaving each night
    $1000 5
Letters in the Greek alphabet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Melanie Jeff
$4,800 $6,800 $500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIONAL HEROES
This country's national heroes include Juan Pablo Duarte & Sammy Sosa

Final scores:

David Melanie Jeff
$8,500 $9,650 $1,000
2nd place: Trip to Delta Chelsea Inn, Toronto, Canada New champion: $9,650 3rd place: Two pairs of Calypso Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Melanie Jeff
$3,500 $5,500 $500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
10 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $9,500

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