Show #3452 - Tuesday, September 14, 1999

Contestants

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Larry Reynolds, a professor of speech communication from Shawnee, Kansas

Kathy Vanderford, a quality manager from Winnsboro, South Carolina

Greg Lambert, a paramedic and software engineer from Albany, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

NAPOLEON
INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINK
THE NAME GAME
COMMON BONDS
CLASSIC POP GROUPS
OH! CALCUTTA!
    $100 7
The cast-off mistress of revolutionary leader Paul Barras, she married Napoleon in 1796
    $100 21
Capelli D'Angelo, whose English name is this, only needs a light sauce to taste "heavenly"
    $100 16
Si Senor, in 1998 this Spanish form of Joseph was the most popular boys' name in California & Arizona
    $100 4
Inner,
test,
toothpaste
    $100 1
When this group was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Mike Love gave the acceptance speech
    $100 23
Calcutta had India's first of these -- the transport system, not the sandwich chain
    $200 8
Napoleon was "The Little" this; hey, one more promotion & he makes little sergeant
    $200 22
You'll need some white wine, garlic & this 8-armed cephalopod to make the French dish Poulpe a la Provencale
    $200 17
How apropos -- this star of the Christmas classic "Miracle on 34th Street" had a first name meaning "Christmas Day"
    $200 12
Balls,
baby boys,
bad checks
    $200 2
In 1963, with "Walk Like a Man", this group became the first to score 3 straight No. 1 singles in the U.S.
    $200 24
Calcutta's main river, the Hooghly, is a branch of this one
    $300 9
Napoleon wanted to be in Brussels by June 18, 1815 but was stopped by this battle
    $300 30
Tusker & White Cap are popular Kenyan types of this alcoholic brew
    $300 18
In recent years this last name of our 4th president has become one of the 10 most popular girls' names
    $300 13
Bell,
mason,
slop
    $300 3
After Smokey Robinson left this group, they had a No. 1 hit in 1975 with "Love Machine (Part 1)"
    $300 25
In 1756 this small room became infamous for hosting a large number of British people
    $400 10
Napoleon got to take 600 guardsmen with him to his first exile on this isle
    $400 26
Grenadans are known for grating this spice on their rum punch; you may prefer it on eggnog
    $400 19
As women of Italian descent, Connie Stevens & Connie Sellecca have this real first name
    $400 14
Movies,
pool,
the moon
    $400 5
This girl group followed up their No. 1 hit "Please Mr. Postman" with "Twistin' Postman"
    $400 28
What's that glare from? Perhaps the famed palace named for this Italian building material
    $500 11
Napoleon admired this "Great" Prussian king & used his battle tactics
    $500 27
Many of this country's finest red wines come from the Coonawarra region, southeast of Adelaide
    DD: $500 20
Shakespeare coined this name, Latin for "admirable", for the heroine of "The Tempest"
    $500 15
Life,
yellow,
bomber
    $500 6
"Nights In White Satin" appeared on their 1968 LP "Days of Future Passed" 4 years before the reissue hit the Top 10
    $500 29
A popular snack in the city is paan, a concoction of this nut that's a mild stimulant

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

Greg Kathy Larry
$2,200 $1,100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Kathy Larry
$3,100 $1,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

SWEET 16
COLONIAL AMERICA
FEATURE FILM DEBUTS
BLACK HERITAGE STAMPS
THE LITERARY WORLD
HOMOPHONES
    $200 1
16 of these make an avoirdupois pound
    $200 5
Of the 13 colonies, this one had the first permanent English settlement
    $200 21
Billy Zane's career took off after he played a bit role in this Michael J. Fox time-traveling classic
    $200 26
On the 1999 stamp seen here, he's identified as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz & by this more famous name:
    $200 16
This classic novel's opening line is "Marley was dead: to begin with"
    $200 11
The head of a high school, or a fundamental truth he or she believes in
    $400 2
Billboard numbers it as the Beatles' 16th chart album; you can't tell anything by its cover
    $400 7
Coins of this European country were those most frequently used in colonial America
    $400 22
She was nominated for a 1980 Oscar for writing the theme song of her first film, "9 to 5"
    $400 27
He's the entertainer seen here:
(associated with ragtime)
    $400 17
Stories by this macabre master include "The Oblong Box", "The Black Cat" & "The Imp of the Perverse"
    $400 12
Uncurved, or a narrow passage of water
    $600 3
The 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, it runs circles around the rest
    $600 8
During much of the colonial period, its assembly met alternately at Perth Amboy & Burlington
    $600 23
Incidentally, "The Incident" was the first feature film for this actor, Charlie & Emilio's dad
    $600 28
She appeared on a 1995 Civil War stamp & the 1978 Black Heritage stamp seen here:
    DD: $1,400 18
Barred from the U.S. as obscene for 15 years, this James Joyce work was originally produced in Paris in 1922
    $600 13
Prevented, or a poet (maybe Shakespeare)
    $800 4
Henri Richard, Marcel Dionne & Bobby Clarke had their No. 16 jerseys retired in this sport
    $800 9
Taking its name from a speech in Parliament, this organization sprang up in 1765 to oppose the Stamp Act
    $800 24
This movie Robin debuted as Jessica Lange's son in "Men Don't Leave" & appeared with her again in "Blue Sky"
    $800 29
A. Philip Randolph unionized men in this job held by the men depicted on the stamp seen here:
    $800 19
In 1770 this witty Frenchman wrote, "If God did not exist, it would be necessary to invent him"
    $800 14
To braid one's hair, or a piece of tableware
    $1000 6
This king had a lot taken off the top January 21, 1793
    DD: $1,000 10
In 1649 this lord urged Maryland to adopt an act guaranteeing religious freedom
    $1000 25
He was 12 in 1975 when he played the "Me" in "Cornbread, Earl and Me"; 18 years later, he played Ike Turner
    $1000 20
Both "The Magus" & "The French Lieutenant's Woman" by this author have been made into films
    $1000 15
Chickens & jailbirds "fly" it; others drive the 2-door style

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Kathy Larry
$3,700 $8,600 -$1,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
Its former mayor William Hartsfield dubbed it the city "Too Busy to Hate"

Final scores:

Greg Kathy Larry
$7,400 $9,700 -$1,400
2nd place: Trip to New York City with Broadway Shows New champion: $9,700 3rd place: Calypso Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Greg Kathy Larry
$3,700 $8,300 -$1,400
20 R,
5 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $10,600

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