Show #3050 - Friday, November 28, 1997

Contestants

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Heather O'Neill, a program assistant from Tarboro, North Carolina

Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, a management consultant from Richmond, Virginia

Steven Jupiter, a lawyer from New York City, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

THE TELL-TALE HEART
THE GOLD BUG
(Alex: There's a theme here.)
THE BELLS
QUOTH
THE RAVEN
NEVERMORE
(Alex: It's our tribute to somebody...who could it possibly be?)
    $100 6
This largest artery begins in the lower left chamber & gives rise to the coronary arteries
    $100 5
Name this little man who spun straw into gold or he'll take your first-born child
    $100 4
This city's second-most famous bell was cast in 1926 for Wanamaker's Department Store
    $100 16
Poe's maiden who lived "Many and many a year ago, in a kingdom by the sea"
    $100 1
In 1959 Glen Raven Mills introduced these waist-high nylons that don't need garters or corsets
    $100 3
The Skyway to Fantasyland closed down in this Calif. theme park in 1994, so now it's just a fantasy
    $200 7
In 1984, in the first surgery of its kind, Baby Fae received a heart transplant from this mammal
    $200 9
Greek sailors after the Golden Fleece, or another name given to Forty-Niners after California gold
    $200 15
The bells in this 12th century Italian tower are no longer rung; we just hope they don't fall out
    $200 17
On March 5, 1946 Winston Churchill remarked that this had "descended across the continent"
    $200 2
The ravens that sit on this Norse god's shoulders are Hugin & Munin, meaning thought & memory
    $200 24
Since 1974, you can't be voted "Miss" this in the Miss America pageant, no matter how much you smile
    $300 8
The heart has 4 of these to regulate the flow of blood, including the mitral
    $300 10
In 1996 he asked to run the 400m relay to try for a record tenth Olympic gold, but was turned down
    $300 21
The world's largest bell, which has never rung, is in this walled area of Moscow
    $300 18
On Nov. 27, 1963 he told Congress, "All I have I would have given gladly not to be standing here today"
    $300 28
Sharon Gabet played Raven on this ABC soap that drifted off into the twilight December 28, 1984
    $300 25
In 1996, at age 64, she told People magazine, "I'm through with marriage", but "I'm not through with men"
    $400 13
This term for an irregular heartbeat is from the Greek for "without measure"
    $400 11
In 1995 Mel Fisher recovered silver & gold from a Spanish galleon sunk off the coast of this state in 1622
    $400 22
Big Ben hangs over Parliament & a rival, Great Tom, hangs over Christ Church College at this university
    $400 19
Dramatist who wrote that a salesman is "way out there in the blue, riding on a smile and a shoeshine"
    $400 29
Drama with the line "The Raven himself is hoarse that croaks the fatal entrance of Duncan under my battlements"
    $400 26
Jean Arthur's last feature film was this 1953 Alan Ladd classic; she never made a "Come Back"
    $500 14
The atria make up the upper, smaller part of the heart & these chambers form the lower portion
    $500 12
The Incan ruler Atahualpa offered this conquistador a roomful of gold for his freedom
    $500 23
One of this city's Temple Bells, which Kipling heard calling him back, weighs 90 tons
    $500 20
In the 12th of these letters, Alexander Hamilton wrote, "A nation cannot long exist without revenues"
    $500 30
This Biblical prophet is known for being fed by ravens & flying to heaven in a chariot of fire
    DD: $1,000 27
This sitcom's last episode, which aired on May 20, 1993, was titled "One for the Road"

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

Steven Claire Heather
$500 $1,500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Claire Heather
$1,500 $2,500 $4,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1960s
RELIGION
THEIR FIRST FILMS
SOUTHERN FOOD
BABIES
"IF" ONLY...
    $200 14
Up to 400,000 fans attended this August 1969 folk-rock festival on Max Yasgur's farm near Bethel, N.Y.
    $200 11
His letter to the Thessalonians, written about 51 A.D., is considered the earliest New Testament writing
    $200 1
Juliette Lewis was first seen onscreen in the 1988 comedy "My Stepmother Is" one of these
    $200 2
Trim the green skin & pink flesh from this melon's rind before pickling it
    $200 20
This game of hiding the face & reappearing helps babies define themselves as separate entities
    $200 19
In "Clueless" Alicia Silverstone responds to male advances with this 2-word phrase
    $400 15
On July 30, 1965 this bill providing health care for the aged was signed into law
    $400 12
The name of this Japanese religion means "The way of the gods"
    $400 7
"Born on the Fourth of July" was the 1st film for this Baldwin brother born 5 years after Alec
    $400 3
In 1942 Neil Fletcher introduced this battered frankfurter at the Texas State Fair
    $400 22
In a 2-week-old, it's been estimated at about 20/400
    $400 21
Start of a Sting lyric that continues, "Set them free"
    $600 16
On August 2, 1964 North Vietnamese PT boats attacked the U.S. destroyer Maddox in this gulf
    $600 13
During this Jewish holiday, it is customary to greet neighbors with "May You Be Inscribed for a Good Year"
    $600 8
In 1961 she made her film debut in the Charles Bronson movie "X-15" & began playing Laura Petrie on TV
    $600 4
Green food coloring often brightens the filling of this pie named for a Florida fruit
    $600 23
Many of small babies' actions are these, including the grasping & startle types
    $600 26
A phrase spoken by Longfellow's Paul Revere gave us this title of a 1996 Sandra Bullock film
    $800 17
Direct commercial flights between the USA & the USSR began July 15, 1968 when this Soviet airline landed at JFK
    $800 29
The Golden Temple in Amritsar, India is the holiest shrine in this religion
    DD: $1,000 9
[Hi, I'm Joseph Gordon-Levitt] I made my feature film debut in this '92 movie directed by Robert Redford; if you want to know the title, "Go Fish"
    $800 5
This type of salad can be made by adding hot red-eye gravy or pork drippings to the greens
    $800 24
This pain that makes infants cry gets its name from the intestinal area where it may start
    $800 27
Harry Truman had this to say to people who don't bear up under criticism
    DD: $2,000 18
On June 1, 1967, 4 days before the beginning of the 6-Day War, he was named defense minister of Israel
    $1000 10
Kevin Kline chose to debut in this 1982 Meryl Streep film based on a novel
    $1000 6
Most agree this stew once made with squirrel meat originated in a Virginia county of the same name
    $1000 25
2-word term for fear & discomfort felt by a 1-year-old when Mommy leaves the room
    $1000 28
Proverbial condition under which "beggars might ride"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steven Claire Heather
$5,300 $2,900 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
TV's No. 1 show for the 1979-80 season, it was also tops 13 years later for the 1992-93 season

Final scores:

Steven Claire Heather
$9,300 $5,400 $10,601
2nd place: a trip to Almond Beach Resort, Barbados 3rd place: a Panasonic LCD Palmcorder New champion: $10,601

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steven Claire Heather
$5,100 $2,900 $8,900
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
2 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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