Show #3153 - Wednesday, April 22, 1998

Contestants

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Michelle Ryan, a lawyer from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Doug Rumbaugh, an editor from Westlake Village, California

Nina Mulligan, a homemaker from Belchertown, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUGH, COUGH
MMMMMM
"I", "AY", "EYE"
BRONX CHEER
(Alex: Which I will forgo!)
WOLF WHISTLE
(Alex: I will also forgo doing that!)
FORTS
(Alex: I don't know how that category got in there!)
    $100 24
Common name of pertussis
    $100 19
U.S. city noted for its cream cheese & cheese steaks
    $100 2
Portugal's peninsula
    $100 12
Babe Ruth hit the first home run in this stadium when it opened April 18, 1923
    $100 1
People's Sexiest Man for 1997, he dates nurse Hathaway on TV & Celine Balitran in real life
    $100 11
This Kentucky fort includes the Patton Museum of Cavalry & Armor in addition to all that gold
    $200 25
We're name dropping & cough dropping; last name of the men seen here
    $200 20
Elmer Doolin bought the recipe for these fried corn meal chips for $100 & built an empire
    $200 3
Bart Simpson's foreign catch phrase
    $200 14
This poet & author's last home was a cottage in the Bronx; you can "quoth" me on that
    $200 4
At first Teri Hatcher's Lois Lane ignored Clark Kent & pined for Superman, both played by this actor
    $200 13
This Indiana city reconstructed its namesake log stockade in the 1970s
    $300 26
A short, dry cough or a trite writer for hire
    $300 21
This former talent agent founded his cookie empire in 1975, 2 years before Mrs. Fields
    $300 5
Mr. Merchant's movie partner
    $300 15
It's where you can explore Jungle World & the Himalayan Highlands without ever leaving New York
    $300 6
Lara Flynn Boyle likes Dylan McDermott's legal briefs on this ABC legal drama
    $300 18
This aptly-named fort in Pittsburgh was built in 1758 over the ruins of the French Fort Duquesne
    DD: $1,000 27
The men's malady a doctor is usually checking for after he asks the patient to "turn your head and cough"
    $400 22
In 1989 this company introduced its Symphony bar
    $400 9
On the Cuban Missile Crisis, Dean Rusk said "We're" this "and the other fellow just blinked"
    $400 16
It's a small, but "Grand Old Flag" that adorns his mausoleum at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx
    $400 7
Actress seen here with Scott Wolf:
    $400 29
Home of the XVIII Airbone Corps, this N.C. fort can boast it was named for a Confederate general
    $500 28
This cough suppressant is an opium derivative
    $500 23
1948 saw the introduction of this brand, the first major U.S. aerosol food product
    $500 10
Title for a scholar in Islamic law & religion; he may be a young up & "Khomeini"
    $500 17
In 1935 the convicts of Welfare Island were moved to this Bronx island & its new penitentiary
    $500 8
Salma Hayek & this Spaniard were muy caliente in 1995's "Desperado"
    $500 30
Fort Necessity was built by this future general & was the site of his only surrender

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

Nina Doug Michelle
$1,500 $900 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nina Doug Michelle
$3,500 $1,500 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

GUYS WHO FOUND THINGS
PHONY EXPRESS
GEE, YOUR HOUSE SMELLS NICE
CONTEMPORARIES
UNSEEN TITLE CHARACTERS
TAKE "TEN"
    $200 16
In the 1570s this British circumnavigator attacked many Spanish ships as a pirate in the Caribbean
    $200 26
The term "con man" is short for this
    $200 21
Scent these by adding pieces of mint or a few drops of essential oil to the melted wax before molding
    $200 11
Burnt at the stake in 1431, she was probably a pin-up girl for 11-year-old Torquemada
    $200 1
A 1993 film about chess prodigy Josh Waitzkin is titled "Searching for" this man
    $200 6
She shared "Muskrat Love" with the Captain
    $400 17
This naval commander discovered a mountain range in Antarctica while aboard the plane (Stars and Stripes) seen here:
    $400 27
It's not Au, it's FeS
    $400 22
A mixture of fragrant flowers & leaves in a bowl, its name is French for "rotten pot"
    $400 12
While James Watt was getting steamed up in Scotland, she was heating up the throne in Russia
    $400 2
Paul Benedict is credited as "not Guffman" in this mockumentary about small-town theater
    $400 7
An athlete with this inflammation that affects a certain arm joint may make quite a "racket"
    $600 18
This man who sought the source of the Nile was knighted in 1886
    $600 28
Posing as Arabs with lots of cash, the FBI caught 7 members of Congress in this 1970s sting operation
    $600 23
SC Johnson Wax, who makes Raid, also makes this rhyming air freshener
    $600 13
While Copernicus was staring up at the stars, this emperor was staring down Cortez
    $600 3
Unseen for most of the film, he's the title character of a 1950 Jimmy Stewart movie
    DD: $1,500 8
Title shared by a Jazz Age novel & the Jackson Browne song heard here:
    $800 19
This priest first met Louis Joliet when Joliet arrived at his mission at St. Ignace in December 1672
    $800 29
He served time for fraud after writing a fake Howard Hughes biography
    $800 24
From French for "little bag", rose petals may fill this in your lingerie drawer
    $800 14
While Leif Ericsson had his first look at the New World, this man was sitting as first king of Hungary
    $800 4
This movie star never comes back to the 5 & dime
    $800 9
Notable Nepalese Norgay
    $1000 20
In 1497 this Venetian sailing for England became the first European since the Vikings to reach N. America
    $1000 30
Dummkopfs! This German newsmagazine paid millions for forged diaries of Adolf Hitler in 1983
    $1000 25
To make one of these, begin by pressing cloves into the skin of an orange
    DD: $1,000 15
In 1850, Hawthorne wrote of Hester Prynne's crime, & this Scot opened his Chicago detective agency
    $1000 5
In a 1940 film, this deceased title character haunts Joan Fontaine
    $1000 10
If you want to peek at Spain's highest peak, look for El Teide on this Canary Island

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nina Doug Michelle
$7,200 $3,900 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PSYCHOLOGY
This 1973 book & subsequent TV movie popularized the study of multiple personality disorder

Final scores:

Nina Doug Michelle
$12,401 $7,800 $12,400
2-day champion: $23,501 3rd place: Warner Brothers Assorted CDs 2nd place: Trip to Beaches Resort, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nina Doug Michelle
$8,100 $3,900 $6,200
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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