Show #3354 - Thursday, March 18, 1999

Contestants

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Cameron Soulis, a high school chemistry teacher from Baltimore, Maryland

Jeff Grimes, a history teacher from Paris, Texas

Barry Hren, a writer originally from Wheaton, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHERE THINGS HAPPENED
TV SITCOMS
ENGLISH "T"
POET-TREE
PEOPLE
ANAGRAMMED HITCHCOCK FILMS
    $100 15
This British prime minister gave a famous speech in Fulton, Missouri March 5, 1946
    $100 1
Mabel is Paul & Jamie Buchman's baby on this series
    $100 13
It flows from the Cotswold Hills to its mouth on the North Sea
    $100 6
This bird-&-feline pair "sailed away, for a year and a day, to the land where the bong-tree grows"
    $100 8
This media mogul & owner of the Atlanta Braves is the USA's largest private bison rancher
    $100 16
"PORE"
    $200 17
This site of the Great Mosque & the Kaaba was the capital of the kingdom of Hejaz
    $200 2
Andy Dick plays bumbling reporter Matthew Brock on this sitcom set at New York's WNYX
    $200 14
Over the years many got "the chop" at this historic London stronghold
    $200 7
"The dead tree gives no shelter", he observed in "The Waste Land"
    $200 9
The youngest American billionaire ever at age 31, he now owns the Bettman Archive of photo images
    $200 27
"TO ZAP"
    $300 18
California city where Father Junipero Serra is buried & Clint Eastwood once served as mayor
    DD: $500 3
(Hi, I'm Jane Leeves.) I played Marla, the virgin who stumbled onto a contest & ended up with JFK Jr. on an episode of this sitcom
    $300 21
This square is located at the north end of Whitehall, not on the southwest coast of Spain
    $300 24
"So was I once myself a swinger of birches; and so I dream of going back to be", wrote this New England poet
    $300 10
The female lead in "Basic Instinct", she's definitely not a dumb blonde; her IQ is said to be 154
    $300 28
"ZEN FRY"
    $400 19
When Marco Polo reached this city in 1275 it was called Cambaluc
    $400 4
On this series, Mayim Bialik played a sassy teenager who lived with her 2 older brothers & her divorced dad
    $400 22
She replaced James Callaghan May 4, 1979
    $400 25
"Ah, droop not, my oak!" wrote this lord in "To an Oak at Newstead"
    $400 11
She wore bulky trench coats in episodes of "The X-Files" to hide her real-life pregnancy
    $400 29
"POUND BELLS"
    $500 20
Edmond Halley had an observatory on this island 145 years before Napoleon was observed there
    $500 5
This Marla Gibbs sitcom was named for the Washington, D.C. building its characters lived in
    $500 23
In 1907 Great Britain, France & Russia completed this defensive "Entente"
    $500 26
Ogden Nash spoofed this poet by writing, "I think that I shall never see a billboard lovely as a tree"
    $500 12
In 1987 this director of "Taxi Driver" directed Michael Jackson's "Bad" video
    $500 30
"BOIL FATE"

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

Barry Jeff Cameron
$2,100 $1,000 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Jeff Cameron
$2,200 $800 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE RED PLANET
(Alex: Guess which one?)
THE BLACK SEA
(Alex: Uh-oh... colors!)
THEY'VE GOT THE BLUES
EAT A GREEN THING
MR. OR MS. BROWN
SORTA RHYMES WITH PURPLE?
    $200 6
Examples of this explosive phenomena on Mars include Ascraeus Mons & Pavonis Mons
    $200 26
It's the largest peninsula jutting into the Black Sea
    $200 17
This "experienced" left-hander recorded haunting blues songs like "Red House" & "Voodoo Chile"
    $200 11
Bibb & butterhead are not an MTV cartoon duo, but varieties of this vegetable
    $200 1
It's the name of Charles Schulz' friend who inspired his classic comic strip everyman
    $200 16
Examples include leatherback, loggerhead & mutant ninja
    $400 7
Once thought to be the work of an advanced civilization, these features are now known to be an optical illusion
    $400 27
The only nation on the Black Sea that shares its name with a U.S. state
    $400 18
"Royal" guitarist whose early recording "Three O'Clock Blues" was a hit in 1952
    $400 12
Small versions of this common garden vegetable used for pickling are often called gherkins
    $400 2
This man's execution on December 2, 1859 made him a martyr to the anti-slavery cause
    $400 22
Jaleel White played this heroic nerd for 9 years on "Family Matters"
    DD: $1,500 8
The 2 planets in our solar system that are smaller than Mars
    $600 28
Sailing south from the Black Sea via the Bosporus, you'll pass through this sea before reaching the Mediterranean
    $600 19
With albums like "Texas Flood" & "Soul to Soul", this guitarist was the leading figure in the 1980s blues-rock revival
    $600 13
These vegetables with a flavor like mild cabbage include the name of a city
    DD: $500 3
This best-selling author became a magazine editor in 1965
    $600 23
To congeal, as milk does when it spoils
    $800 9
Pathfinder & its rover Sojourner touched down on Mars on this date in 1997
    $800 29
Any 2 of the 4 large rivers beginning with the letter D that drain into the Black Sea
    $800 20
It's the nickname of legendary Texas bluesman Sam Hopkins
    $800 14
The name of this herb that is used mainly as a decoration on meat dishes comes from the Greek for "rock celery"
    $800 4
Now an Oakland Raiders All-Pro wide receiver, this man won the Heisman Trophy in 1987
    $800 24
From the Old French for "excess", it's an amount or quantity beyond what is needed
    $1000 10
Named for the attendants of Ares, the Greek god of war, they are the 2 moons of Mars
    $1000 30
This Ukranian Black Sea port was the site of a Russian naval victory in 1905
    $1000 21
The father of the British blues movement, he formed the Bluesbreakers in the early '60s
    $1000 15
Also called roquette, this peppery salad green is very popular with Italian palates
    $1000 5
Born July 25, 1978, she was the world's first "Test Tube Baby"
    $1000 25
Not an army officer, but an individual grain of a cereal grass like corn

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barry Jeff Cameron
$5,600 $3,700 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL BIRTHPLACES
(Alex: For the first time in many, many months, this will be a video Final Jeopardy!)
20th century president whose birthplace is depicted here

Final scores:

Barry Jeff Cameron
$0 $700 $400
3rd place: a Motorola TracFone & 6 months of airtime New champion: $700 2nd place: a trip to the Oaks at Ojai fitness spa, California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Barry Jeff Cameron
$5,400 $2,800 $6,100
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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