Show #3082 - Tuesday, January 13, 1998

Contestants

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Kathryn Bower, an editorial assistant from Falls Church, Virginia

Omar Mahmood, an undergraduate student from Quincy, Illinois

Chris Marker, an airline pilot from New Fairfield, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,901)

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Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
U.S. HISTORY
CINE DE BANDERAS
CHEESE IT!
THE COPS
YELLOW THINGS
    $100 16
The patellar reflex is an involuntary reaction of this joint
    $100 1
In 1858 it was "Pikes Peak or Bust!" for gold miners who rushed to this state to find their fortune
    $100 6
Antonio sang up a storm as Che in this 1996 musical
    $100 8
This pizza cheese is also sold in snack-size strips called string cheese
    $100 19
In the U.S. these political divisions employ sheriffs & their deputies
    $100 30
In the 18th C. Linnaeus thought it was a type of citron; he must not have tried citron meringue pie
    $200 12
Most of a cell's water passes through the plasma membrane by this process
    $200 2
In 1890 William Kemmler was in the hot seat as he became the first criminal to die by this method
    $200 7
In this 1993 film Antonio played Tom Hanks' lover
    $200 9
This method of dunking bread in bubbling cheese was all the rage in the 1960s
    $200 20
California, Florida & Ohio are 3 of the states with these state police forces
    $200 29
In "Love and Death", Woody Allen is accused of having this down his back, but insists it runs across
    $300 13
Unlike the German species, the Asian variety of this kitchen insect is actually attracted to light
    $300 3
On Sept. 17, 1796 he issued his farewell address
    $300 17
Madonna drools over Antonio in this 1991 documentary
    $300 10
It may have been the Meaux type of this French cheese the 1814-1815 Congress of Vienna titled "The King of Cheeses"
    DD: $500 21
(Hello, I'm Benjamin Bratt.) This piece of police equipment comes in a steel variety opened with a key & in a plastic version that has to be cut
    $300 25
They were invented in Minnesota in the 1970s & the "Jeopardy!" office couldn't run without them
    $400 14
Paramecia & amoebas are types of this single-celled organism
    $400 4
Built to replace the Challenger, this space shuttle made its maiden voyage in May of '92
    $400 18
It's Antonio to the rescue as this hero, whose symbol is seen here:
[Z]
    $400 11
Although it looks like Swiss cheese, Jarlsberg isn't from Switzerland but from this country
    $400 22
Seattle started a national trend in 1987 by putting patrol cops on these vehicles
    $400 26
This yellow American songbird has a precious metal in its name
    $500 15
In 1686 this English astronomer became the first to publish a meteorological chart
    $500 5
John Sevier was the first governor of Tennessee & the first & only governor of this short-lived state
    $500 28
In this 1992 film, Antonio as one of the Castillo brothers appears on "I Love Lucy"
    $500 24
There are 2 types of Munster cheese: Laitier, made in dairies, & Fermier, made on these
    $500 23
Because of this constitutional amendment, the police must have a warrant to search your property
    $500 27
Yeats wrote of Anne Gregory that no one could love her for herself alone & not for this yellow feature

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

Chris Omar Kathryn
-$200 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Omar Kathryn
$700 $1,500 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

INTERIOR DESIGN
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
DIRECTING THEIR WIVES
TIME ZONE PROBLEMS
YET MORE BRIT LIT
MAN OF _____
    $200 7
This country's Cancun resort lies on a barrier island once inhabited by Maya Indians
    $200 2
Julie Andrews performed a striptease in "Darling Lili", the first film this man directed her in
    $200 25
If Cinderella's having a ball at 11 P.M. in Bangkok, she may not want to know it's this hour in Beijing
    $200 20
Hurree Chunder Mookerjee is a Secret Service agent in this author's "Kim"
    $200 11
Superman's classic nickname, though in March 1997 he became a man of energy
    $400 8
Libya's Gulf of Sidra is the southernmost point of this huge sea
    $400 3
Mel Brooks cast Anne Bancroft in this 1976 comedy but didn't give her a single line of spoken dialogue
    $400 14
If you board a 1-hour flight from Detroit to Chicago at 3 P.M., you'll land at about this hour
    $400 21
To counter an unauthorized sequel to this 1678 work, John Bunyan wrote his own
    $400 12
Don Quixote
    $600 1
This country's Krishna & Godavari rivers lie on the Deccan plateau
    $600 4
"Double talk" title of the first film Paul Newman directed; it starred his wife, Joanne Woodward
    $600 15
If you're treading water just east of the Int'l Date Line at 4 A.M., it's this time in Greenwich, England
    $600 22
The first name of this Sir Walter Scott title character is Wilfred
    $600 13
"The minute you walked in the joint, I could see you were" one of these
    $800 27
From the Greek for "daubed on", it provides a smooth surface for wall coverings like frescoes
    $800 9
Little Belt is a strait that separates the island of Fyn from this Danish peninsula
    DD: $1,500 5
Director of the movie seen here, he was married to its star:
["The Lady From Shanghai"]
    $800 16
Indianapolis ignores Daylight Saving Time, so it's 3 hours ahead of L.A. in March but this many ahead in May
    $800 23
Mr. Murdstone is the wicked stepfather of this Dickens lad
    $800 18
A spineless "Portuguese" creature
    $1000 26
The pie type keeps food cool; the file type does the same for valuable documents
    DD: $2,100 10
La Guajira Peninsula is shared by Colombia & this neighbor to the east
    $1000 6
Gena Rowlands earned 2 Best Actress Oscar nominations for films directed by this spouse
    $1000 17
A 7-hour time difference means 10 A.M. in the halls of Montezuma is this hour on the shores of Tripoli
    $1000 24
Philip Carey is 9 when this Somerset Maugham novel begins
    $1000 19
A scholar, author or postal delivery person

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Omar Kathryn
$6,400 $4,600 $1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WALL STREET
First traded in 1824 under the name New York Gas Light Co., it's the longest continually listed co. on the NYSE

Final scores:

Chris Omar Kathryn
$3,599 $0 $2,600
2-day champion: $14,500 3rd place: Pair of Ellesse Watches 2nd place: Trip to Couples Beach Resort, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Omar Kathryn
$5,700 $3,300 $1,800
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
6 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $10,800

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