Show #3137 - Tuesday, March 31, 1998

Pat Healy game 1.

Contestants

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Pat Healy, an index editor from Concord, California

Lisa Van Every, an office manager from Seattle, Washington

Bradley Goodwill, an actor from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS
ANIMALS ON THE MAP
QUOTABLE POTENT POTABLES
POP MUSIC
"OOP"SY
DAISY
    $100 26
In an early account of Jamestown's first year, he made no mention of his rescue by Pocahontas
    $100 19
It's New York State's "City of Good Neighbors", not its "City of Good Bison"
    $100 1
In Germany these party essentials are called "Wein, Weib und Gesang"
    $100 6
A revised version of this song sold over 3 million copies its first week of sales, Sept. 23-29, 1997
    $100 11
A helping of ice cream, or the utensil used to dish it out
    $100 16
Parts of the flower that are plucked off to the chant, "He loves me, he loves me not"
    $200 27
A city & island in British Columbia are named for this sea captain who explored the area in 1792
    $200 22
This North Carolina beach village with a 4-letter name really is all it's "quacked" up to be
    $200 2
It's the cocktail that James Bond like "shaken and not stirred"
    $200 7
Released August 29, 1997, her album "You Light Up My Life" went platinum October 10
    $200 12
It's a small porch at the entrance of a house
    $200 17
The youngest members of this organization are called Daisies, after Juliette Gordon Low's nickname
    $300 28
It took him & his crew 37 days to traverse the South American strait now named for him
    $300 23
A 4,083-foot-high Vermont mountain is named for this camel feature
    $300 3
This actor quipped, "Some weasel took the cork out of my lunch"
    DD: $500 8
(Hi, I'm Vanessa Marcil.) I've appeared in 2 of this symbolized singer's videos, "Undertaker" & "The Most Beautiful Girl In The World"
    $300 13
It's what they call a killjoy who spoils a social occasion
    $300 18
It's the gardening feat one might do from 6 feet under
    $400 29
In 1642 & 1643 this Dutch captain circumnavigated Australia without seeing it
    $400 24
In other words, this vacation area in California's San Bernardino Mountains would be "Large Grizzly"
    $400 4
In 1977 President Carter stated that this man "put the beer industry back on its feet"
    $400 9
Celine Dion's "Tell Him" came out one week before this lady, her duet partner, released it on her album
    $400 14
A group of soldiers, or what they do to get from one place to another
    $400 20
Film in which Morgan Freeman tells Jessica Tandy, "I'm just trying to drive you to the store"
    $500 30
King Louis XVI gave this American a gold sword & made him a chevalier of France
    $500 25
This river winds its way through Hells Canyon
    $500 5
In "American Pie", "them good old boys were drinkin'" these two things
    $500 10
The 1995 Best Male Rock Vocal Grammy went to this singer for "You Don't Know How It Feels"
    $500 15
It takes 2 basketball players to score a basket with this play
    $500 21
His poem "To a Mountain Daisy" was published in 1786 along with "To a Mouse" & "To a Louse"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bradley Lisa Pat
$1,000 $1,500 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bradley Lisa Pat
$3,300 $1,600 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
AMERICAN LITERATURE
FAMOUS LATINOS
ODD WEIGHTS & MEASURES
THE SCREAM ACTORS GUILD
"BOO"!
    $200 13
In the 1870s, before he moved to Tahiti, he was strongly influenced by Camille Pissarro
    $200 7
To research "Airport", he spent hours in airports absorbing the atmosphere
    $200 21
This Emmy-winning "NYPD Blue" star was born in Brooklyn in 1955
    $200 26
An explosion rated a megaton is equal to this many tons of TNT
    $200 1
More bare than scare, this Mistress of the Dark's real name is Cassandra Peterson
    $200 6
It's a follow-up dose of a vaccine; one should be given at age 2 & another before entering school
    $400 17
You can see his unfinished "Rondanini Pieta" at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan
    $400 8
Hemingway took the title of this novel about journalist Jake Barnes from a passage in Ecclesiastes
    $400 22
The Golden Boy of the 1992 Olympics was this lightweight boxer
    $400 27
A unit of cloth measure equal to 2 1/4 inches, or a carpenter's item whose size is measured in pennies
    $400 2
As Laurie, this actress did a lot of screaming in the first "Halloween" film
    $400 12
He's Count Chocula's ghostly companion in the cereal world
    DD: $1,000 18
A new museum devoted to this artist, whose work is seen here, opened in Santa Fe in 1997:
    $600 9
In this 1946 novel, "There wasn't any Democratic Party. There was just Willie" Stark
    $600 23
Revlon added this "Fools Rush In" star to its stable of models
    $600 28
Said one way, it's a French-Polish pianist; said another way, it's a Scottish measure equal to 1 quart
    DD: $2,100 3
This 1922 F.W. Murnau drama, seen here, was one of the world's first horror movies:
    $600 14
Jem & Scout's creepy by helpful neighbor in "To Kill a Mockingbird"
    $800 19
In 1888 he painted a "Cafe Terrace at Night" as well as "The Night Cafe"
    $800 10
"Nature", an essay by this transcendentalist, was published anonymously in 1836
    $800 24
It was music producer John Benitez' little sister who gave him this nickname
    $800 29
In Spain a braza was equal to the reach of these outstretched
    $800 4
1972 title role played by William Marshall as a hip, happenin' soul man with a taste for blood
    $800 15
This type of algebra uses "AND", "OR", & "NOT" as operators that restrict searches on the internet
    $1000 20
"The White Blackbird" is a bio of painter Margarett Sargent, a cousin of this society portraitist
    $1000 11
In "Tom Sawyer" this newcomer to St. Petersburg is described as "a blue-eyed creature with yellow hair"
    $1000 25
Her first novel was "Like Water for Chocolate"
    $1000 30
A Judith Krantz title which also could be units of apothecary weight, equal to 20 grains each
    $1000 5
Jack Nicholson lycanthropically marks his territory in this shaggy 1994 tale
    $1000 16
He's the member of P.Funk seen here:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bradley Lisa Pat
$6,500 $4,000 $12,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AVIATION
On October 14, 1997 he re-created a feat he had performed exactly fifty years earlier

Final scores:

Bradley Lisa Pat
$13,000 $7,999 $13,001
2nd place: a Caribbean cruise on Norwegian Cruise Line 3rd place: "The International" by Wittnauer Swiss watch New champion: $13,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bradley Lisa Pat
$6,500 $3,800 $11,800
16 R,
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,100

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