Show #3477 - Tuesday, October 19, 1999

Contestants

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Paul Sharman, an e-business consultant from Boca Raton, Florida

Meaghan Scollins, a human resources manager from Glen Cove, New York

Keith Lorasch, a music educator from Eau Claire, Wisconsin (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

17th CENTURY AMERICA
"ALLEY" WAYS
ROCK'S ROOTS
VOLCANOES
3-LETTER WORDS
ODDS & ENDS
    $100 16
Most of the colonists on this ship that landed at Plymouth in December 1620 were not Pilgrims
    $100 21
It's the feline equivalent of a stray mutt
    $100 27
This top yodeler fronted the Saddlemen before dropping the cowboy image & going with The Comets
    $100 11
Peru's El Misti volcano was of great importance to this ancient Indian civilization
    $100 1
For musicians, it's a job
    $100 6
I tawt I taw this bird on a 1998 postage stamp, along with Sylvester the Cat; "I did! I did!"
    $200 17
It's the crop John Rolfe planted in Virginia that became a major cash crop
    $200 22
Classic comic strips include "Gasoline Alley" & this title caveman
    $200 28
He released his first records under the name Charles Berryn
    $200 12
Its May 18, 1980 eruption was the first in the lower 48 states since California's Lassen Peak in 1921
    $200 2
A junior reporter (& not just of Chicago baseball)
    $200 7
This classic party game from Milton Bradley will tie you up in knots
    $300 18
In 1652, in defiance of English law, Massachusetts set up one of these producing the pine tree shilling
    $300 23
Type of venue in which you'd hear the terms turkey, strike & split being bandied about
    $300 26
His "Tutti Frutti" only made it to No. 17 in the U.S.; Pat Boone's version of it went to No. 12
    $300 13
On March 29, 1947 Hekla in this north Atlantic nation erupted, spreading ash as far away as Finland
    $300 3
Ed Ames' "Runneth Over With Love"
    $300 8
NYU's main campus is located in this Manhattan area, a haven for many Bohemian artists
    $400 19
John Smith, hurt in an explosion, was ousted from his leadership of this settlement & sailed back to England
    $400 24
On August 25, 1991 she took home an Emmy for Best Actress in a Comedy Series
    $400 29
It was Dick Clark who suggested that this man record "The Twist"
    DD: $400 14
Currently inactive, at 19,340 feet it's Africa's highest volcano
    $400 4
To udderly intimidate someone
    $400 9
A little hobbit told us this author was born in Bloemfontein, South Africa in 1892
    $500 20
In 1684 William Penn tried to settle his boundary dispute with Maryland, & this lord
    $500 25
A mistaken course or direction may take you up one of these
    $500 30
This soulful singer's hits include "You Send Me" & "Cupid"
    $500 15
Only one person survived Mount Pelee's 1902 eruption, which totally destroyed St. Pierre on this West Indies island
    $500 5
If you've been this, you've been cheated
    $500 10
This Muslim nation is alphabetically first among Africa's countries

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

Keith Meaghan Paul
$1,700 $1,000 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Meaghan Paul
$3,500 $2,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LITERATURE
THE TITLE ESCAPES ME
PRESIDENTIAL BIRTHPLACES
LET'S PUT ON A PLAY
SPAM THE WONDER MEAT
"EAU" YEAH!
    $200 9
Last name of Flaubert character Charles, whose wife Emma has an affair with Leon Dupuis
    $200 1
3 chimpanzees travel through time to 20th century Earth in the 1971 sequel "Escape From" this place
    $200 17
February 12, 1809 near Hodgenville, Kentucky
    $200 2
A book is the example of the "hand" type of these; a bookcase is an example of the "set" type
    $200 21
This company proudly produces the delicacy known as Spam
    $200 4
Clothing, linens & other possessions assembled by a bride for her marriage
    $400 10
A Paris crowd selects this character as King of Fools for the Epiphany celebrations of 1482
    $400 13
Clint Eastwood played a convict in this 1979 prison film based on a true story
    $400 22
February 6, 1911 in Tampico, Illinois
    $400 3
"Edible" name for a common type of water-soluble stage makeup
    $400 25
It is believed Spam is an acronym of "Shoulder of pork and ham" or a contraction of these 2 words
    $400 5
A gracious gesture, or a 1939 Gary Cooper film about 3 brothers serving in the Foreign Legion
    $600 11
The title character of this epic poem is the nephew of King Hygelac of the Geats
    $600 14
Steve McQueen did his own motorcycle stunts in this 1963 film set in a Nazi P.O.W. camp
    $600 23
July 14, 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska
    $600 18
From Greek for "entrance to a tent", it's the arch that separates the stage from the auditorium
    $600 26
"Spam on a Rope" for snacking in the shower has been suggested by this late-night comedian
    $600 6
Tiffany glass is an outstanding example of this design style that flourished into the early 20th century
    $800 12
Ellen Douglas is the title character of this Scottish author's "The Lady of the Lake"
    $800 15
In a 1975 Disney thriller 2 orphans with mysterious powers "Escape To" this geographical feature
    DD: $600 24
October 14, 1890 in Denison, Texas
    $800 19
Founded in 1913, this stage actors' union represents about 40,000 members in the U.S.
    $800 27
This 1960s Russian premier once said, "Without Spam, we wouldn't have been able to feed our army during WWII"
    $800 7
From the old French for flat, it's a flat expanse of land
    $1000 16
This actor played Snake Plissken in "Escape From New York" & its sequel "Escape From L.A."
    $1000 28
December 5, 1782 in Kinderhook, New York
    DD: $1,700 20
Your cousin might know a friend of the roommate of a nephew of the lawyer of John Guare, who wrote this 1990 play
    $1000 8
Paul Bunyan Camp at Carson Park in this Wisconsin city has a replica of an early lumber camp

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Meaghan Paul
$6,800 $3,200 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC FIRSTS
Stopped by a cop on a bike, in 1896 Walter Arnold was the first man in England to receive a fine for this

Final scores:

Keith Meaghan Paul
$10,801 $0 $4,000
2-day champion: $19,002 3rd place: 1-800 Gift Certificate 2nd place: Trip to Couples Resorts, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Keith Meaghan Paul
$8,500 $3,200 $5,600
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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