Show #3077 - Tuesday, January 6, 1998

Contestants

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Susan Holoff, a manufacturer from Encino, California

Michael Forrest, an actor from Silver Spring, Maryland

Bill Unterborn, a visual merchandiser from Palmyra, New York (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL CHARACTERS
FOOD & DRINK
3-LETTER BANDS
AROUND THE WORLD
SO YOU'VE JOINED THE NAVY
TAKING A "BATH"
    $100 3
Title character who says, "I made him know his name should be Friday, which was the day I saved his life"
    $100 23
"Quick" thinkers know that brewed tea is dehydrated & granulated to make this kind of tea
    $100 1
3-letter abbreviation for the band that sang about Suzie Q & Proud Mary
    $100 8
Bandung, this country's 3rd-largest city, is the capital of the province of West Java
    $100 16
As a recruit, you'll go to one of these centers named for the leggings worn there
    $100 9
It attracts feathered friends
    $200 4
This Anne Rice character laments, "If I'm starved for blood I look like a perfect horror"
    $200 24
This candy company known for its "samplers" also makes a cookies-n-cream bar
    $200 2
This 3-letter rap group came "Straight Outta Compton"
    $200 11
Some visitors to this French Canadian province enjoy rafting on the Jacques Cartier River
    $200 17
Not surprisingly, it's specified that to complete training you must be able to do this for 50 meters
    $200 10
It's what the baby shouldn't be thrown out with
    $300 15
This Sinclair Lewis realtor dreams "of the Fairy Child, a dream more romantic than scarlet pagodas"
    $300 25
According to Escoffier, these lingual organs of sheep "make an excellent luncheon entree"
    $300 5
Philip Bailey's high vocals powered this R&B group nicknamed EW&F
    $300 20
If you're a native Capetonian, you were born in this country
    $300 28
The first time your ship crosses this line, you'll be certified a Shellback, with great ceremony
    $300 12
This vehicle can take you under the sea
    $400 18
In "To Kill A Mockingbird", it's the nickname of Atticus Finch's 6-year-old daughter Jean Louise
    $400 26
Beurre manie, which is this kneaded with flour, is used to thicken sauces
    DD: $500 6
Group seen here in a 1995 video:
    $400 21
"Amar Sonar Bangla (My Golden Bengal)" is the national anthem of this country on the Bay of Bengal
    $400 29
Get used to calling stairs "ladders" & calling walls this
    $400 13
Extreme sentimentality
    $500 19
Madame Guishar, who "drifted continually from lover to lover" is the mother of this "Doctor Zhivago" heroine
    $500 27
To make a pink daiquiri, substitute this red pomegranate-flavored syrup for the sugar syrup
    $500 7
This band will "Keep On Loving You" even if you call it only by the initial part of its name
    $500 22
Kyrenia, whose Turkish name is Girne, is a seaport & resort city on the Turkish part of this island
    $500 14
It's the chemical rinse that keeps photographic film from overdeveloping

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

Bill Michael Susan
$2,000 $300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Michael Susan
$2,700 $1,300 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FUN WITH OPERA
TOUGH TV
CHEM LAB
COLORFUL WORDS & PHRASES
HISTORIC JOHNS
MEMORABLE MADAMES
    $200 1
There's no denial: Act III of this Verdi opera is sometimes called "The Nile Scene"
    $200 2
Jon Provost, who played this dog's second owner 1957-1964, returned for a "new" 1989-1991 series
    $200 15
Plumbago is also called graphite or black this
    $200 25
This 2-word phrase means you're taking your lunch to work
    $200 10
Looking for a getaway? The Surratt Society sponsors bus tours along the escape route of this assassin
    $200 18
She let her hair down as Louis XV's official mistress until her death in 1764
    $400 3
In Bizet's opera, this passionate gypsy works in a cigarette factory, so you could call her a "fumme fatale"
    $400 6
Her 3 regular roles on TV have been Zena Sherman, Carla Tortelli & Pearl Caraldo
    $400 16
This milk sugar has the chemical formula C12 H22 O11
    $400 26
Along with the keg, this is sometimes "rolled out" at weddings
    $400 11
During his 4 hour & 55 minute flight into space in 1962, he experienced 3 sunrises & sunsets
    $400 20
During France's Reign of Terror, this wax modeler was forced to make death masks of guillotine victims
    $600 4
This "Bolero" composer's opera "L'Enfant et les Sortileges" features a singing squirrel
    DD: $1,000 7
This TV ranch, seen here, can be visited near Virginia City
    $600 17
Diluted it can be a mouthwash or a hair bleach; concentrated, it can explode if heated to over 212 degrees F.
    $600 27
This colorful Jimi Hendrix classic "experienced" Top 40 status only in the U.K.
    $600 12
The 2 Johns most closely associated with Pocahontas
    $600 21
In 1988 she went out on a limb to play aging piano teacher Madame Sousatzka
    $800 5
His children's books "Higglety Pigglety Pop!" & "Where the Wild Things Are" have been turned into operas
    $800 8
Before she was shipwrecked, this "Gilligan's Island" character made films like "Mohawk Over the Moon"
    $800 23
An atom or molecule with a single unspoiled one of these is a free radical, man
    $800 13
He was nicknamed "The Apostle of the Scottish Reformation"
    DD: $100 22
Like this madame, her famous grandmother, Helene Langevin-Joliot is a physicist
    $1000 9
In "Die Tote Stadt", Marietta has more than a brush with death: she's strangled with this from a dead woman
    $1000 19
Jodie Foster played Addie in the series based on this movie for which Tatum O'Neal won an Oscar
    $1000 24
Term for the lowest temperature at which a small flame will ignite the vapors over a flammable liquid
    $1000 14
He became chief justice in 1801, the same year his cousin Thomas Jefferson became president

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Michael Susan
$5,900 $7,800 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
1 of the 2 men who have been nominated for acting Oscars 10 times

Final scores:

Bill Michael Susan
$0 $3,700 $0
2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Ixtapa New champion: $3,700 3rd place: DuPont/Coleman Camping Equipment

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Michael Susan
$5,400 $8,500 $2,700
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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