Show #3210 - Friday, July 10, 1998

Contestants

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Roxanne Crocco, a graduate student from Powell, Ohio

Mark Fields, an art center director from Collingswood, New Jersey

Lore Guilmartin, a residence hall director from College Station, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MILTON
BERLE
CAR MODELS
BACK TO LISBON
"DOUBLE" OR "NOTHING"
FACIAL EXPRESSIONS
    $100 16
Book I of this John Milton work begins, "Of man's first disobedience..."
    $100 6
As a child, Milton Berle put on a mustache & baggy suit to win a contest for imitating this silent comic
    $100 21
Accord,
Civic,
Passport
    $100 17
We'll remember this unit is 1/100 of an escudo because it has "cent" in its name
    $100 11
It precedes "nothing gained"
    $100 1
Make sure you "keep" this "clean" & "don't poke" it "in where it doesn't belong"
    $200 26
In a 1643 tract the unhappily married Milton argued for incompatibility as grounds for this
    $200 7
In 1949 Berle hosted the first of these, a 16-hour affair to benefit cancer research
    $200 22
Tercel,
Celica,
Paseo
    $200 18
We'll explore a monastery & find the tombs of this man & of the poet who chronicled his voyage to India
    $200 12
It's arrival is heralded by the following:
(there's one on this board)
    $200 2
Disgusting as it sounds, a watchful person "keeps" these "peeled"
    $300 27
In one Milton poem this Biblical hero speaks of the strength he had "while I preserved these locks unshorn"
    DD: $500 8
Berle got a ratings blow in 1955 when this performer came on the air opposite him:
("Sgt. Bilko")
    $300 23
Lumina,
Blazer,
Cavalier
    $300 19
When Lisbon's hills tire us out, we'll get around on the picturesque electricos, which are these
    $300 13
One of these swords can cut both ways
    $300 3
"Little pitchers have big" ones
    $400 28
On a visit to Florence, Milton met this astronomer, then under inquisitorial house arrest
    $400 9
Berle played himself in this 1984 Woody Allen film about a pathetic talent agent
    $400 24
Catera,
Eldorado,
Lasalle
    $400 20
We can wend our way through the Alfama, an area largely built by these people who ruled Lisbon from 714 to 1147
    $400 14
Completes "It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury..."
    $400 4
When you're kidding, you're said to have your "tongue in" this -- kind of hard to talk that way
    $500 30
In "On His Blindness", Milton wrote, "They also serve who only" do this
    $500 10
In 1948 Berle's TV show reduced movie attendance on this night of the week
    $500 25
Caravan,
Viper,
Dart
    $500 29
We'll return in style aboard the Portuguese national airline known by these 3 letters
    $500 15
If Suzette tells Pierre "Your tower's quite an 'Eiffel'", he may take it as one of these
    $500 5
When you worry or think deep thoughts, you're said to "knit" this

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

Lore Mark Roxanne
$1,100 $1,600 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lore Mark Roxanne
$2,900 $1,700 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

CLASSICAL MUSICIANS
STAG FILMS
OXYMORONS
I'M FROM MISSOURI -- SHOW ME!
WHAT AM I AFRAID OF?
GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE
    $200 1
20th century violin virtuosi include Isaac Stern & this Israel native whose name is a form of Isaac
    $200 2
In a TV holiday classic, this character with his dog dressed as a reindeer stole Christmas from Whoville
    $200 15
This favorite oath of the "Peanuts" gang appeared in the title of a 1963 anthology
    $200 3
Show me! I was nicknamed "The Independent Lady from Independence":
    $200 20
Carnophobia is defined as this
    $200 25
After his marriage, George lived awhile near this city, Virginia's colonial capital at the time
    $400 8
Acclaimed guitarist who shares his name with the composer of "Star Wars"
    $400 11
In a short cult film, Bambi had an unfortunate meeting with this "King of the Monsters"
    $400 16
2-word term for mottling on food improperly stored in a refrigerator compartment
    $400 4
Show me! My friends in St. Louis know I won 2 Emmys for playing "Benson":
    $400 21
The encyclopedia will tell you entomophobia means this
    $400 26
George's birthplace & early home shares this name with Goldsmith's vicar's town
    $600 9
As seen in "Shine", he returned to the concert stage under the guidance of his astrologer wife
    $600 12
Robert De Niro, John Savage & Christopher Walken become the quarry in this film about the Vietnam War
    $600 17
Abbreviated VR, it was coined by computer scientist & musician Jaron Lanier
    $600 5
Show me! Let's be frank, I'm more famous than my brother Frank:
    $600 22
It's the meaning of Gallophobia
    DD: $1,000 27
At one time George owned a townhouse in this Virginia city that shares its name with an Egyptian city
    $800 10
He was a Bach-playing organist before becoming famous for his missionary work in Gabon
    $800 13
This Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings classic about a boy & his fawn was filmed on location in Florida
    DD: $1,000 18
In 1954 the Supreme Court ordered schools to desegregate with this type of speed
    $800 6
Show me! If "Memory" serves, I was born in St. Louis, but a lot of "Cats" know I moved to England:
    $800 23
It's what cryophobia is
    $800 28
George's presidential residence was in this city during his first year as president
    $1000 24
This Russian-born master who became a U.S. citizen adapted "The Stars and Stripes Forever" for piano
    $1000 14
Lex Barker of Tarzan fame played a James Fenimore Cooper title character in this 1957 film
    $1000 19
This Canadian political party has had "Progressive" as part of its name since 1942
    $1000 7
Show me! Paris went bananas over me when I danced semi-nude in a skirt made of bananas:
    $1000 30
Hedonophobia is defined as this
    $1000 29
In 1793, George spent several nights at a home on Germantown Avenue in this city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lore Mark Roxanne
$6,100 $4,100 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1980s BESTSELLERS
(Alex: Think back to the books you were reading in the '80s.)
A defection attempt by crew members of the Soviet frigate Storozhevoy inspired this 1984 bestseller

Final scores:

Lore Mark Roxanne
$11,100 $0 $12,200
2nd place: Trip to Holiday Inn Montego Bay Beach Resort, Jamaica 3rd place: Motorola StarTac 6000 Cellular Phone New champion: $12,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lore Mark Roxanne
$6,700 $3,900 $7,300
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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