Show #3511 - Monday, December 6, 1999

Contestants

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Natalia Fuentes, a secretary from Gretna, Louisiana

Sam Raman, a telecom consultant from Boca Raton, Florida

Todd O'Bryan, a graduate student originally from Louisville, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE SONGS
TV ACTORS & ROLES
NOBLE NICKNAMES
(Alex: You have to give the nickname in common to the rulers.)
"HEAD" LINES
DENTISTRY
TIME FOR A CZECH UP
    $100 1
One of 2 "homey" Stephen Foster songs that serve as official state songs
    $100 6
In 1982 this series was retitled "Little House: A New Beginning" & Shannen Doherty joined the cast as Almanzo's niece
    $100 23
The Red,
the Great,
the Terrible
    $100 11
When tossing a coin, the French say, "Pile ou face?"; we say this
    $100 16
The more common name for your gingiva; you can flap 'em
    $100 18
Examples of these from the Czech Republic include Budvar & Pilsner Urquell
    DD: $500 2
In 1960 this future state song became Ray Charles' first No. 1 pop hit
    $200 7
She was seen as Eileen on the '80s sitcom "Day By Day" before she played Elaine on "Seinfeld"
    $200 24
Rufus,
the Silent,
the Conqueror,
of Orange
    $200 12
"Cowboy" phrase for what you do to 'em "at the pass"
    $200 17
As recorded in the Ebers Papyrus, dentistry as part of medicine began in this civilization around 3700 B.C.
    $200 19
The old capital of Bohemia, it became the capital of the new nation of Czechoslovakia in 1918
    $300 3
In this Connecticut state song with a 2-word title, "Macaroni" refers to Londoners in fancy clothes
    $300 8
He was playing Rev. Fordwick on "The Waltons" when he was cast as the irreverent Jack Tripper on "Three's Company"
    $300 25
The Mad,
the Cruel,
the Great
    $300 13
When you avoid drowning in debt, you're doing this
    $300 28
Communities adding this preventative to their water supply report up to 70 percent declines in tooth decay
    $300 20
At about 40 percent, this Christian denomination is the largest religious group in the country
    $400 4
State whose state song is heard here:
    $400 9
(Hi, I'm Richard Kind of Spin City.) I played Mark, the ex-husband of Jamie Buchman's friend Fran, on this NBC sitcom
    $400 26
The Fowler,
the Wrangler,
the Navigator
    $400 14
If someone tells you he's one of these, you might ask if he recruits executives or decapitates them
    $400 29
Made of plastic, porcelain or gold, these replacements cover an entire tooth
    $400 21
Bohemia & Moravia, which make up most of the Czech Republic, were provinces of this empire until 1918
    $500 5
"Rocky Top" is one of its 6 state songs
    $500 10
This hostess of PBS' "Mystery!" series also stars in "The Mrs. Bradley Mysteries"
    $500 27
The Simple,
the Bald,
the Fat,
the Bold
    $500 15
This phrase may precede "above the rest" or "shampoo"
    $500 30
Medical name for the "correct teeth" treatment of realignment through the use of braces
    $500 22
Called the Labe by Czechs, this river is a major commercial waterway of central Europe

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

Todd Sam Natalia
$2,300 $900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Sam Natalia
$3,400 $3,000 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

BALLET
ARCHITECTURE
FAMILY FILMS
NOVEL VOCABULARY
UFO REVIEW
QUASI-RELATED PAIRS
    $200 19
Valerie Bettis choreographed a ballet based on this Tennessee Williams play & sometimes played Blanche in it
    $200 1
Robert Morris' book "Select Architecture" inspired this man's plan for Monticello
    $200 4
Single guy Adam Sandler tries to raise a kid in this 1999 comedy
    $200 14
Grimace is used as a noun meaning pretense or sham in his novel "Moll Flanders"
    $200 9
A close encounter of this degree involves actual contact with aliens
    $200 23
"Jeopardy!" announcer Johnny & '60s TV variety show host Ed
    $400 20
"Company B" is danced to songs made famous by these sisters, including "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy"
    $400 2
This Chinese-born architect designed the Fragrant Hill Hotel in Beijing
    $400 5
Mia Farrow, Dianne Wiest & Barbara Hershey are the title characters in this 1986 Woody Allen film
    $400 15
He mentioned the word mixen, a synonym for dunghill, in his novel "Far From the Madding Crowd"
    $400 10
This future governor & U.S. president filed a report of a UFO sighting in 1969
    $400 24
Colony starter William & a clerk at a bank
    $600 28
Salvador Dali created the story, sets & costumes for "Bacchanale", an odd ballet about this "Mad King"
    $600 3
Michael Graves designed whimsical Swan & Dolphin Hotels for this Florida theme park's resort area
    DD: $1,000 6
Accused of murder in the Deep South, Ralph Macchio calls lawyer Joe Pesci, this title relative, to defend him
    $600 16
Cicerone, a synonym for sightseeing guide, appears in his novel "Washington Square"
    $600 11
This suicidal group believed an alien craft shadowing the Hale-Bopp comet had come to take them away
    $600 25
A playing card knave & Ms. St. John
    DD: $2,000 29
"Aurora's Wedding", part of this Tchaikovsky ballet, is often presented as a separate ballet
    $800 12
The largest known one of these Mesopotamian temple towers is at Chogha Zabil in Iran
    $800 7
Rosalind Russell brings up her orphaned nephew in this 1958 classic
    $800 17
He used the word mumpish, which means sullen, in his book "Of Human Bondage"
    $800 21
Prehistoric alien visitations to Earth are suggested in this author's "Chariots of the Gods?"
    $800 26
"Happy Days" Ralph Malph actor & Nobel winner Curie
    $1000 30
The Ballets Russes was dissolved after the 1929 death of this great Russian impresario
    $1000 13
The name of this design school was derived from the German for "Architecture House"
    $1000 8
Barbara Bel Geddes reminisces about her Norwegian mother, Irene Dunne, in this 1948 drama
    $1000 18
In this "dated" novel, Syme says, "What need is there for a word like 'bad'? 'Ungood' will do just as well"
    $1000 22
It was the colorful 21-year "project" conducted by the U.S. Air Force to examine UFO phenomena
    $1000 27
A Scottish word for pretty or appealing & former NBA star Drexler

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Todd Sam Natalia
$6,800 $8,200 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC WOMEN
In 1998 the director of the U.S. Mint called her "a woman of exemplary physical courage and stamina"

Final scores:

Todd Sam Natalia
$0 $1,200 $350
3rd place: Skagen Denmark Watches New champion: $1,200 2nd place: Trip to Couples Resorts, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Todd Sam Natalia
$6,500 $8,200 $5,900
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
0 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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