Show #3113 - Wednesday, February 25, 1998

Chris Ward game 2.

Contestants

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Susan Fritsch-Cohen, a marketing vice president originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Mike Hill, a geologist originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Chris Ward, a foreign service officer from Lima, Peru (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

COMMON BONDS
SIMPLE SCIENCE
ROCK MUSIC
AT THE BUILDING SITE
HEY, GOOD-LOOKIN'
WHAT'CHA GOT COOKIN'?
    $100 9
Fife,
Rubble,
Miller
    $100 6
State of matter a substance is in after it's gone through evaporation
    $100 1
In April of 1990 she began her worldwide "Blond Ambition" tour to promote her CD "I'm Breathless"
    $100 16
He's got the building wired for "current" affairs
    $100 14
A 4-legged one may be a vixen; a 2-legged one may be a vixen, too
    $100 3
I'm boiling these to mix with red cabbage; it's too darn hot to roast them on an open fire
    $200 12
Foehn,
Zephyr,
Simoom
    $200 7
Number of sides on a honeycomb cell or on a snowflake
    $200 2
His "Doggystyle" CD was the first debut album ever to enter the Billboard charts at No. 1
    $200 17
The current affairs this person deals with are labelled H & C
    $200 26
In a 1979 film, Dudley Moore gives her a rating of 11 on a scale of 1-10
    $200 21
Don't be intimidated by the skewers; I'll use them on the marinated lamb to make this
    $300 13
Shirt,
kite,
donkey
    $300 10
We wouldn't fib, your fibula runs parallel with this bone
    DD: $200 4
(Hi. I am Chris Hardwick.) In April 1987 MTV premiered the video show "Headbanger's Ball" for devotees of this type of music
    $300 18
A Fats Waller is a pianist & this "waller" is an installer of plasterboard
    $300 27
In boxing, it's when you've fallen & you can't get up
    $300 23
I'm making passover breakfast fun by using this unleavened bread in a version of French toast
    $400 22
Roofs,
halos,
quantum mechanics
    $400 11
A poison in pure form, this element used as a germicide on cuts has a chemical symbol that's a pronoun
    $400 5
This Seattle grunge band backed Neil Young on his "Mirror Ball" CD
    $400 19
He'll get you stoned or brickworked, & maybe even teach you a secret handshake
    $400 28
Psalm 8 declares, "Out of the mouth of" these "and sucklings hast thou ordained strength"
    $400 24
I'm sauteeing this organ meat in butter & lemon juice, as you'd know, if you had any
    $500 25
Purpose of the structures seen here: [1] [2] [3]
    $500 15
French mathematician who devised the plotting system that uses coordinates named for him
    $500 8
He recorded his 1982 hit album, "Nebraska", as a series of demos on a 4-track machine at home
    $500 20
A teacher could handle this, the moving of earth to form a smooth surface for a roadway
    $500 29
An explosive device, a stunning revelation, or a stunning blonde
    $500 30
This clear meat soup will be finished in a jiffy; actually, "finished" is what its name means

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Chris Mike Susan
$1,500 $500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mike Susan
$2,400 $2,600 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY HOUSES
THE MAINE ATTRACTION
ACTRESSES
CROSSWORD CLUES "M"
IT'S GREEK MYTHOLOGY TO ME
TAKE A GUESS
    $200 6
Harry Angstrom's house burns to the ground in this author's 1971 novel "Rabbit Redux"
    $200 24
Summer is the time for Whatever Week, a celebration of the Kennebec River in this state capital
    $200 1
Ralph Macchio's love interest in "The Karate Kid", she took a darker turn in "Leaving Las Vegas"
    $200 9
Diamond deposit; it ain't yours!
(4)
    $200 10
Menelaus not only wanted this wife back, but the treasure Paris stole along with her
    $200 19
Gwilym is the Welsh form of this name that's been popular in England for centuries
    $400 7
In this Anne Tyler novel, a travel writer breaks his leg & moves into his siblings' home
    $400 27
Parson's Way, a scenic walkway in Kennebunkport, passes near this former president's home, Walker's Point
    $400 2
Her first name honors the playwriting partner of Russel Crouse, her father
    $400 11
When it's "praying", it's preying
(6)
    $400 15
This god zapped Salmoneus into oblivion for trying to imitate his thunder & lightning
    $400 20
John David Joyce set a Guinness record by doing this continuously in a hammock for 240 hours
    DD: $800 8
The Red Cloud, Nebraska home seen here was the model for Antonia's home in a novel by this author:
    $600 28
Maine is so famous for these berries that the town of Machias honors them with a festival
    $600 3
Tamara Dobson fought drugs as "Cleopatra Jones" in 1973, 10 years after this woman was "Cleopatra"
    $600 12
Actor Fredric's month
(5)
    $600 16
This war god wasn't too successful in battle; he was once captured & stuck in a jar for 13 months
    $600 21
Of a pogo stick injury, a dense winter fog or the bite of a comic strip possum, what a pogonip is
    $800 25
In the novel by Isabel Allende, Clara del Valle Trueba shares a house with these title entities
    $800 29
A national wildlife refuge near Kittery is named for this biologist who wrote "Silent Spring"
    $800 4
This star brought "Beaches" & "For the Boys" to the screen through her All Girl Productions
    $800 13
Stubborn slippers
(5)
    $800 17
This underworld kingpin had a helmet that made him invisible; after all, his name means "the unseen"
    $800 22
2 of the 4 actors who earned 1974 Oscar nominations for "The Godfather Part II"; one of them won
    $1000 26
In this novel by John Kennedy Toole, Ignatius J. Reilly lives with his mother in her New Orleans home
    $1000 30
It's the only National Park in all of New England
    DD: $2,000 5
This star seen here in a 1953 film left movies in 1958 for her own TV "Show":

"Hi, what's your name?"
"I'm Lorlene."
    $1000 14
Eggplant entree, in Greece
(6)
    $1000 18
Atalanta excelled in this blood sport of which Artemis was goddess
    $1000 23
Armenia is bordered by this other "A" country on the East & on the Southwest

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Mike Susan
$10,400 $2,000 $11,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ASIA
19th century novelist Jose Rizal was a hero of this country's independence movement

Final scores:

Chris Mike Susan
$16,700 $3,995 $2,999
2-day champion: $29,301 2nd place: Sears Gift Certificates 3rd place: Sears Gift Certificates

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Mike Susan
$9,500 $2,000 $11,700
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
3 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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