Show #3349 - Thursday, March 11, 1999

Contestants

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Steve Latourette, a 3-D animator from Arlington, Virginia

Kathleen Kinney, a publications editor from Venice, California

Ellen Kellogg, a research analyst originally from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

ADMIRALS
ROB THE REPORTER
TV's SUPPORTING ACTORS
POETRY POTPOURRI
AD AGE
ABBREV.
(Alex: Abbreviated.)
    $100 26
22 years after the April 28, 1789 mutiny, he was promoted to Rear Admiral
    $100 21
On a daily paper, Rob works under one of these, the latest his story can be filed, every day
    $100 6
Her long-running variety show featured supporting actors Tim Conway & Harvey Korman
    $100 1
He married Minnehaha, the "Loveliest of Dacotah Women"
    $100 10
Bob Dylan, Pablo Picasso & Albert Einstein "Think different" according to ads for this computer company
    $100 15
They're the 2 common abbreviations indicating before noon & afternoon
    $200 27
When told that 15 enemy ships had been captured at Trafalgar, he said, "That is well, but I had bargained for 20"
    $200 22
An early job at Baskin-Robbins didn't help Rob prepare to get these, stories gotten ahead of his competitors
    $200 7
The first 3 Supporting Actor Emmys went to this man, Jackie Gleason's comic foil
    $200 2
Milton work that begins, "Of man's first disobedience, and the fruit of that forbidden tree..."
    $200 11
Comic Carlos Alazraqui is the voice of the chihuahua that's the voice of this fast-food chain
    $200 16
Religiously speaking, Xnty. is an abbreviation for this
    $300 28
Although 79, this Spanish-American War hero was still considered on active duty at the time of his death in 1917
    $300 23
Rob claimed his rights under this amendment to publish the dirt on his congressman
    $300 8
On "The Waltons", Will Geer played Zeb, whom all the kids called this
    $300 3
An 8-line stanza, it's usually the first 8 lines in an Italian sonnet
    $300 12
In a commercial for this company, 2 guys aimlessly drive around in a Golf while listening to the song "Da Da Da"
    $300 17
To an accountant, P&L is this
    $400 29
Until 1899 the only full U.S. admirals had been David Dixon Porter & this man; both served in the Civil War
    $400 24
It can be the top story that a newscast starts off with, or Rob's first line in his print story on it
    DD: $500 9
(Hi, I'm Gordon Clapp of NYPD Blue.) I won the 1998 Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for playing this character
    $400 4
Secretary to the Lord Deputy of Ireland, he idealized his boss as a knight in "The Faerie Queene"
    $400 13
Commercials for this video chain featured that computer-generated dancing baby
    $400 18
They're the 2 types of music abbreviated R&B and C&W
    $500 30
Opposed to war with the U.S., he nevertheless planned the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    $500 25
French term for Rob's story that uncovered corruption at City Hall
    $500 20
In 1986 John Malkovich played Biff Loman in a CBS production of this play
    $500 5
She described her nervous breakdown in her 1960 poetry collection "To Bedlam and Part Way Back"
    $500 14
Superman can't pay for Lois Lane's groceries, so this comedian offers his American Express card
    $500 19
Members of the military who show heroism during aerial combat may be awarded this, abbreviated DFC

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

Ellen Kathleen Steve
$400 $500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Kathleen Steve
$1,100 $2,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TENNESSEE, ANYONE?
"MOORE" OR "LES"
THE ENGLISH MONARCH SPEAKS
MUSICAL THEATRE
MARCH
HAIR
    $200 24
If this Tennessee state bird don't sing, Mama's gonna buy you a diamond ring
    $200 11
In 1988 this inventor of the solid-body electric guitar was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    $200 16
She warned her council who were against her moves on Mary Queen of Scots, "I will make you shorter by a head"
    $200 1
This classic musical was based on a book of "Tales" by James Michener
    $200 21
This dictator died March 5, 1953
    $200 2
Getting one of these hair curling treatments took up to 12 hours in 1905
    $400 28
This singer added "Tennessee" to his name after leaving his home state for California
    $400 12
Among this sculptor's most famous reclining figures is the one at Lincoln Center sculpted in the early 1960s
    $400 17
She said Gladstone "speaks to me as if I was a public meeting"
    $400 7
Keith Carradine rounded up a 1991 Tony nomination for his role in this extravaganza
    $400 22
Celebrating the deliverance of Persian Jews, this joyous festival usually takes place in March
    $400 3
The medical term for this condition is alopecia
    $600 13
His "A Visit From St. Nicholas" was first published anonymously on December 23, 1823 in the Troy Sentinel
    DD: $900 18
Royal heard here
("You all know the reasons having held me for renounce the throne...")
    $600 8
In 1992 Gregory Hines starred on Broadway in this musical about the life of Jelly Roll Morton
    $600 23
The vernal equinox can occur on either of these 2 March days
    $600 4
He's the 20th century U.S. president whose "do" is seen here
("Well...")
    $800 27
Almost all of the state's electrical power is generated by this agency, known for its dams
    $800 14
"Sentimental Journey" was a hit for this man & his Band of Renown
    $800 19
"Who will rid me of this turbulent priest?" is attributed to this one-time friend of Thomas Becket
    $800 9
Charles Strouse wrote the music for "Annie" & this composer did the music for "Annie Get Your Gun"
    $800 25
You might remember that on March 6, 1836 this man's victorious troops captured the Alamo
    $800 5
Tactile hairs of animals like the walrus are called these
    DD: $2,500 29
This city is home to the American Museum of Atomic Energy
    $1000 15
This light-heavyweight boxing champ had a record 130 knockouts during his 27-year career in the ring
    $1000 20
In 1610 this Scot told Parliament "Kings are...God's lieutenants upon Earth"
    $1000 10
"Wheels of a Dream" is one of the big numbers from this musical set in the early 20th century
    $1000 26
The natives were friendly for awhile when this man's ships reached the Philippines March 16, 1521
    $1000 6
Natural hair color comes from this pigment deposited in the hair cells as they form

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Kathleen Steve
$2,400 $4,000 $4,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
Next to humans, it's the land mammal with the longest lifespan

Final scores:

Ellen Kathleen Steve
$4,400 $7,000 $8,001
3rd place: Festina Watches 2nd place: Trip to Falcon's Ledge Resort at Stillwater Canyon, Utah New champion: $8,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ellen Kathleen Steve
$3,300 $6,500 $5,300
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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