Show #3150 - Friday, April 17, 1998

Includes winners of the Play & Win! contest.

Contestants

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Kathy Hennington, a banking vice president from Decatur, Georgia

Greg Sorenson, a document control manager from Evanston, Illinois

Don Wright, a Ph.D. candidate from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE EAST COAST
BRIT LIT
BETTER KNOWN AS...
SKIN DEEP
KNOW BEANS
ABOUT "___IT___"
(Alex: All of the responses will be 4-letter words in which "it" comes right in the middle.)
    $100 1
The original of this painting seen here hangs in Abbot Hall in Marblehead, Massachusetts
    $100 4
She had her lover & future husband Percy edit her first novel, "Frankenstein"
    $100 11
She's Winona Horowitz
    $100 16
Wrinkles at the corner of the eye, perhaps caused by squinting while bird watching
    $100 21
To make the popular Mexican dish frijoles negros, begin with these beans
    $100 26
On TV, you can find "Caroline in" it
    $200 2
Thanks to Du Pont, this state's Wilmington is the "Chemical Capital of the World"
    $200 5
His own disastrous trip to the Congo in 1890 was the basis for his "Heart of Darkness"
    $200 12
His birth name, Michael Douglas, was in use, so this Batman chose this stage name
    $200 17
Contact dermatitis can be the result of contact with this plant, Rhus radicans
    $200 22
It's the bean whose "milk" is used to make tofu
    $200 27
A catcher's catcher
    $300 3
This largest Maine city has been destroyed by the Abnaki Indians, the French, the British & by a fire
    $300 6
He wrote about Gunga Dass as well as Gunga Din
    $300 13
The Wizard could tell you she was Frances Gumm
    $300 18
The little sections of dead epidermis around your fingernails
    $300 23
When making a homemade pot of pork & beans, you'll be at sea without these beans
    $300 28
"Quick" ones are fast with a joke; "half" ones don't get the joke
    DD: $500 9
(Hi, I'm Ian Ziering) On TV I live in "Beverly Hills 90210", but I was born in West Orange 07052 in this state
    $400 7
In 1914's "The World Set Free", he wrote of a war in 1958 involving atomic bombs
    $400 14
Doris Day knows:
Roy Fitzgerald
    $400 19
This term for a balm for the skin or the conscience goes back to the Sanskrit sarpis, "melted butter"
    $400 24
Like contracts, runner beans should have none of these attached; remove them before cooking
    $400 29
You won't find "Caroline in" this medium-sized Italian tubular pasta
    $500 10
This gin-making city on the east bank of the Hudson is named for Dutch trader Jan Peek
    $500 8
In 1816 she revised her "Northanger Abbey"; she originally planned to publish it in 1803
    $500 15
They were that funny comedy team of Crocetti & Levitch
    $500 20
The skin's 2 exocrine types of glands are sweat & these, which produce oils
    $500 25
Also known as a broad bean, it should be de-podded & skinned before cooking
    $500 30
Something moving in irregular bursts goes in these "and starts"

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

Don Greg Kathy
$2,200 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Greg Kathy
$3,500 $500 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

500 YEARS AGO
MAGNETS
CLASSIC FOREIGN FILMS
FLAG-WAVING
SYMPHONIES
TOM SWIFTIES
(Alex: An example of these would be, "I'm drilling for oil", said Tom, crudely.)
    $200 17
Louis XII became its king & was soon known as the "Father of His People" due to legal reforms
    $200 26
On this home appliance, magnets are used to keep the door shut & hold messages
    $200 1
The uncut version of this Russian epic based on a Tolstoy novel is more than 8 hours long
    $200 6
The green field on the flag of Bangladesh represents this religion
    $200 11
The "Pathetic" Symphony is by this Russian who also gave us the celebratory "1812 Overture"
    $200 12
It's the satirical way Tom said, "I like to press my own clothes"
    $400 18
In 1498 Michelangelo began this statue of Mary holding the body of Christ; he finished it in 1500
    $400 27
By the 12th century the Chinese made one of these using a magnetized needle
    $400 2
This film also known as "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg" is the perfect rental for a rainy day
    $400 7
Albania's flag features a double-headed one of these birds; Austria's has just one head
    $400 22
Composer Carl Stalling used Grieg's "March of the Dwarfs" in the first of these Disney "Symphonies"
    $400 13
It's the secret or enigmatic way Tom said, "Let's go look at those tombs"
    $600 19
On Columbus' third voyage, he made his first landing on this island that he named for the Holy Trinity
    $600 30
Better than a CAT scanner, this technique is used to see the brain
    DD: $800 3
(Hi, I'm Richard Simmons) When I was living in Italy, I appeared in the food orgy scene of this director's film "Satyricon"
    $600 8
Constellation depicted with 5 stars on the flag of Western Samoa & 4 on the flag of New Zealand
    $600 23
Mahler's massive 8th is the "Symphony of" this many musicians, equal to 250 quartets
    $600 14
"I sent a food package overseas" said Tom this way; it's also how porcupines make love
    $800 20
On May 20, 1498 this Portuguese navigator reached Calicut on the Malibar coast of India
    $800 28
Used by some trains, "Maglev" is short for this
    $800 4
Toshiro Mifune starred in this director's epic "Throne of Blood", sort of a samurai version of "Macbeth"
    $800 9
Want to know what's depicted on this country's flag? Angkor Wat, that's wat!
    $800 24
The first thing you hear in Haydn's 103rd is this; it gives the symphony its nickname
    $800 15
Tom talks about gloves intermittenly; the way he talks about magazines is this synonym
    DD: $1,000 21
On Sept. 16, 1498 this Grand Inquisitor of Spain, who burned about 2,000 at the stake, died at Castile
    $1000 29
Magnetic materials may be diamagnetic, paramagnetic or this, from the Latin for iron
    $1000 5
"Soldier of Orange", a 1977 film from this country, made Rutger Hauer an international star
    $1000 10
Canadian province whose flag is seen here
(with four fleur-de-lis)
    $1000 25
One of the movements of Holst's "The Planets", or the nickname of Mozart's Symphony No. 41
    $1000 16
If you think doggedly about his hoarse voice, you'll know it's how Tom said "Mush!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Greg Kathy
$6,300 $4,700 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

VOLCANOES
The 5 highest volcanoes on Earth are located in these mountains

Final scores:

Don Greg Kathy
$500 $10 $9,700
2nd place: Trip to Colony Beach & Tennis Resort, Longboat Key, Florida 3rd place: VTech 900mhz Cordless Telephone New champion: $9,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Don Greg Kathy
$6,200 $4,500 $5,700
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,400

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