Show #3357 - Tuesday, March 23, 1999

Contestants

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Robin LeMaster, a graduate student from Laguna Beach, California

Eric Brown, an engineering student from Blacksburg, Virginia

Jeff Grimes, a history teacher from Paris, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

CITIZENSHIP TEST
NAME THE MUSICAL
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE
IN OTHER WORDS...
CELEBRITIES
(Alex: All of these celebrities have appeared on "Celebrity Jeopardy!")
DON'T LISTEN TO THEM!
    $100 2
The stars on the U.S. flag represent these
    $100 1
King Arthur,
Merlin,
Morgan Le Fey
    $100 3
Gazpacho, a soup often flavored with garlic, was created in this country
    $100 6
Simple, like plunging from one felled tree trunk
    $100 7
Of Kukla, Fran or Ollie, the nickname preferred by the celebrity seen here
(Mr. North)
    $100 13
Rejecting this band in 1962, Decca Records said, "We don't like their sound & guitar music is on the way out"
    $200 4
It's how the president rejects legislation passed by Congress
    $200 12
Nancy,
Workhouse Boys,
Fagin's Gang
    $200 14
Jambonneaux doesn't mean beautiful jam; it's a fancy French word for this animal's knuckles
    $200 5
Resemble a feline who ingested a yellow bird
    $200 8
Coy is his real first name, but he's hardly coy: his real-life high school voted him "Biggest Flirt"
    $200 20
An 1876 Western Union internal memo said this device has "many shortcomings" & "is inherently of no value to us"
    $300 9
Before Al Gore, he was the last president of the Senate
    $300 21
Magaldi,
Peron's mistress,
People of Argentina
    $300 18
This nutritious tissue found in bones can be made into balls that the Germans call markklosschen
    $300 17
An ancient alma mater attempt
    $300 15
It's the full first name of the star seen here; she shares it with another comedienne/talk show host
    $300 25
"Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?" asked one of these Hollywood "Brothers" in 1927
    $400 10
Title given most of the people in the president's cabinet
    DD: $200 22
Rabbi,
Fruma-Sarah,
Grandma Tzeitel
    $400 24
In India ghee, a semi-fluid butter, is often made from the milk of this animal
    $400 28
Beam from ear to ear, during an appearance before a clandestine Kodak
    $400 16
It was the original first name of the actor seen here, & of his famous father
(Beau Bridges)
    $400 26
In 1929 a Yale economics professor said these "have reached...a permanently high plateau"
    $500 11
Prior to 1913 senators were chosen by these bodies, not the voters
    $500 23
Minnie Fay,
Waiters,
Horace Vandergelder
    $500 30
Some Canadians cook this reindeer relative whose name is from the Algonquin for "pawer"
    $500 29
Uncurbed kissers scuttle scows
    $500 19
It's the name the astronaut seen here goes by; his real first name is Edwin
    $500 27
In 1899 Charles Duell, the head of this U.S. "Office" said, "Everything that can be invented has been invented"

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

Jeff Eric Robin
$600 $1,100 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Eric Robin
$1,000 $1,600 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNORS
MUSEUMS
DOWN WITH THE SHIP
SPECIAL FORCES
THE KING
"I"
    $200 10
Now New York's governor, he was once Peekskill's youngest mayor ever
    $200 11
A Hall of Fame in Waco tells the story of this law enforcement agency via a 20-minute slide show
    $200 16
On Columbus' first voyage, this flagship was wrecked while a cabin boy was at the helm
    $200 3
The Army initially refused to authorize these hats now synonymous with U.S. Special Forces
    $200 1
This other musical icon called Elvis "deplorable" in the 1950s & "A tremendous asset to the business" after his death
    $200 5
Blow up a balloon or a beach ball
    $400 12
Bob, a member of this best-known Ohio political family, won the governorship in 1998
    $400 23
This Amsterdam museum was first called the Great Royal Museum
    $400 17
After this captain began to fight, he won the Serapis but lost his own ship, the Bonhomme Richard
    $400 26
"The Legion is our Fatherland" is a motto of this specialized overseas corps
    $400 2
The title of this Elvis boxing movie includes the name of a chaste Round Tabler
    $400 8
In geometry, it's the term for a triangle with 2 equal sides
    $600 13
Nickname of Joseph Graham Davis Jr., elected California's governor in 1998
    $600 24
A hut from this admiral's Antarctic expedition is on display at the Navy Museum in Washington, D.C.
    $600 20
In 1997 one of Benedict Arnold's gunboats was found on the floor of this Vermont-New York lake
    $600 27
The GSG 9, or Grenzschutz-Gruppe 9, is an elite anti-terrorist unit from this country
    $600 4
Any way you spell it, this name was Elvis' middle name
    $600 9
These lizards are the largest in the Americas
    $800 18
In 1995 this state's voters went bananas for Mike Foster, who succeeded 4-termer Edwin Edwards
    $800 25
The Pima Air & Space Museum in Tucson has a replica of this 1903 Wright Brothers airplane
    $800 21
This book by Sebastian Junger details the loss of a fishing boat, the Andrea Gail, to bad weather
    $800 28
This U.S. Navy Special Force takes its name from its 3 areas of operation
    $800 6
An illegal Dutch immigrant, this man who was Elvis' manager was once the Tampa, Florida dogcatcher
    $800 14
It's the scientific study of fish
    $1000 19
In 1997 he quit as Massachusetts governor only to be denied the ambassadorship to Mexico
    $1000 30
The Museo Stradivariano in this Italian city exhibits the plans & models Stradivarius used for his violins
    DD: $500 22
(Alex: I'm at the Titanic Artifacts Exhibit at the World Trade Center, Boston) A megaphone like this one might have been used during the sinking by this captain to shout commands
    $1000 29
"By way of deception, thou shalt do war" is the motto of this agency that captured Eichmann in Argentina
    DD: $2,400 7
In 1973 viewers all over the world enjoyed Elvis' live TV special broadcast by satellite from this U.S. state
    $1000 15
Once the capital of the Picts, today it's the capital of the Scottish Highlands

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Eric Robin
$6,700 $3,800 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
A 1993 anthology of contemporary Asian-American fiction is titled this character "is Dead"

Final scores:

Jeff Eric Robin
$1,100 $1,101 $1,300
3rd place: Pair of Jaguar Watches 2nd place: Trip to Camino Real Zaashila Hotel, Huatulco, Mexico New champion: $1,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Eric Robin
$5,800 $3,800 $5,800
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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