Show #3347 - Tuesday, March 9, 1999

Contestants

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Randy Boudreaux, an attorney from New Orleans, Louisiana

Catherine Arnold, a Ph.D. student from Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Dave Hampton, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

NOVELIST-PLAYWRIGHTS
COLORFUL NAMES
WHICH CAME FIRST?
A MASQUE OF MASKS
2-LETTER SPELLING
(Alex: And yes, you do have to spell the correct response.)
REIGNING CATS & DOGS
    $100 1
Fading actresses are the heroines of his novel "The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone" & his play "Sweet Bird of Youth"
    $100 6
Bonnie Blue Butler was the daughter of this colorful woman
    $100 11
"Happy Days",
"Hee Haw",
"Hogan's Heroes",
"Home Improvement"
    $100 12
Models of this mask were popular in 1916
(man wearing one with skunk approaching)
    $100 21
To work this tool, you just have to take a whack, not at it, but with it
    $100 26
A tabby cat named Dusty produced exactly 420 of these during her life, a world record
    $200 2
This "Lolita" author wrote verse plays such as "Dedushka" under the pseudonym V. Sirin
    DD: $600 7
(Hi, I'm Jane Leeves) "FYI" producer Miles Silverberg was my boyfriend on this show that was set in Washington, D.C.
    $200 17
Toyota Corolla,
Ford Mustang,
Chevy Corvette,
Porsche Boxster
    $200 13
Even if you wear this mask into a Colorado bank in January, people will notice
    $200 22
Freud had the gaul to divide the mind into three parts: the ego, the superego & this
    $200 27
More of these retrievers are registered in the U.S. than any other dog breed
    $300 3
Folks in "Our Town" know his novel "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" made him famous
    $300 8
She played Sue Ellen Ewing on "Dallas"
    $300 18
Rachmaninoff's 2nd,
Beethoven's 5th,
Schubert's 7th,
Mozart's 41st
    $300 14
This mask is good for stopping shots & generating movie sequels
    $300 23
It's how to agree in German
    $300 28
The 2 heaviest dog breeds on average are the mastiff & this Alpine rescue breed
    $400 4
This native of Salinas adapted his play "The Moon is Down" from his own novel of the same name
    $400 9
Performer Divine competes for the title of World's Filthiest Person in this 1972 John Waters classic
    $400 19
Jacques Cousteau,
Jacques Cartier,
Jacques Tati,
Jacques-in-the-box
    $400 15
It's the pre-spring celebration at which you'd wear the mask seen here around the Vieux Carre
    $400 24
A-M is the present, first person singular form of this
    $400 29
Of 26, 46 or 66 pounds, the one closest to the weight of the world's heaviest domestic cat
    $500 5
He was studying intermittently at the Univ. of Miss. when he wrote the 1-act play "Marionettes" in 1920
    $500 10
A Top 10 hit for Cream in 1968, this song mentions "black curtains"
    $500 20
"Guernica",
"Les Demoiselles d'Avignon",
"The Blue Room",
"Three Musicians"
    $500 16
The famous mask seen here was discovered in this decade
(King Tut's burial mask)
    $500 25
In the funnies, he's Lois Flagston's hubby
    $500 30
The smallest dog ever recorded, one of these terriers, stood 2 1/2 inches tall & stretched 3 3/4 inches long

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Dave Catherine Randy
$1,900 -$100 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Catherine Randy
$3,900 $0 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

B.C. TIMES
POLITICS
CROSSWORD CLUES "F"
GHASTLY OPERATIC DEMISES
ANY PORT
IN A STORM MOVIE
    $200 15
Ancient miners using one of these to filter out gold may have inspired the object of Jason's quest
    $200 4
The keynote speaker at the 1952 Republican Convention was this fading general
    $200 1
It'll "get you nowhere"
(8)
    $200 7
Hansel & Gretel might claim that cooking this character was a "baking accident", but we know better
    $200 3
The Caribbean city of La Guaira serves as the port for this Venezuelan capital
    $200 20
The twister in this 1939 film was so severe it threw the film into color
    $400 16
The condemned Socrates had a choice of going into exile or drinking this; he chose the latter
    $400 5
It's the only state that has elected 2 women governors
    $400 2
State Department's "Bottom"
(5)
    $400 8
He shot an arrow into the air; it hit a guy named Gessler, we know where
    $400 11
Mombasa, a city in this country also serves as a port for landlocked Uganda
    $400 21
During an electrical storm in this 1931 horror film, a monster comes "alive"
    $600 17
With his temple finished around 950 B.C., he built palaces for himself & his wife, the daughter of a pharaoh
    $600 6
In 1996 Ralph Nader did best in Oregon where he got 4.1% of the popular vote running with this party
    $600 28
Feared fer-de-lance features
(5)
    $600 25
In a Strauss opera, Salome really wants to get ahead -- unfortunately, it's this man's head
    DD: $2,000 12
(Alex: I'm at the Titanic Artifacts Exhibit at the World Trade Center, Boston. This 16-ton piece of the hull of R.M.S. Titanic was raised from the floor of the north Atlantic in August of 1998.) The Titanic was still considered unsinkable when it sailed April 10, 1912 from this English port city
    $600 22
In this Scorsese film, Nick Nolte struggles with Robert De Niro aboard a storm-tossed boat
    $800 18
In 1792 B.C. this Semite sat down on the throne of Babylon; he ruled until 1750
    $800 9
In 1990, representing New York, she followed her father Guy into the House
    $800 29
Florence, to a Florentine
(7)
    $800 26
After she stabs Scarpia, this Puccini heroine tosses herself from the top of the Castel Sant'Angelo
    $800 13
The Croatian port of Pula was transferred from Italy to this country in 1947
    $800 23
In this film, Bogie & Bacall wait out a tropical storm with Edward G. Robinson
    DD: $2,000 19
His laws for Athens in 621 B.C. were said to have been written in blood, due to the number of death penalties
    $1000 10
This 1948 & 1952 Olympic decathloner was a California congressman from 1967 to 1975
    $1000 30
Feydeau's forte
(5)
    $1000 27
Valhalla & all its gods are consumed in flames at the end of this opera, so don't expect a sequel
    $1000 14
This Russian port on the Pacific is the eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railroad
    $1000 24
In this Chaplin film, a snowstorm blows a prospector's cabin to the edge of a cliff

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Catherine Randy
$6,900 $800 $2,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICANS
Adela Rogers St. Johns, who was hired by this man in 1913, reported on his granddaughter's trial in 1976

Final scores:

Dave Catherine Randy
$9,100 $1,600 $2,800
2-day champion: $16,400 3rd place: Jaguar Friendship Collection Watches 2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Catherine Randy
$6,900 $800 $5,900
20 R,
1 W
3 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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