Show #3365 - Friday, April 2, 1999

Contestants

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Dan Inloes, a high school English and math teacher from Huntington Woods, Michigan

Karen Baptiste, a project manager from Andover, Massachusetts

John Oleske, a law student from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE NORMANS
HAIR CARE
TRUSTY SIDEKICKS
(Alex: You tell us whose sidekick they were.)
ANIMAL SONGS
HOLIDAY CLIP ART
ON THE "DOUBLE"
    $100 1
The Normans called their knights this; one may have been Maurice's ancestor
    $100 17
A dab of phytospecific relaxer might have controlled this standout on Alfalfa's head
    $100 12
Robin,
a boy wonder
    $100 6
A children's song in which rodents lose their tails, or a Ken Auletta book about CBS, NBC & ABC
    $100 26
On this observance, a Dutchman will wish you "Vrolijke Kerstmis"
    $100 7
Twins advertise this flavor of Wrigley's gum
    $200 2
It takes a fief to run this system that the Normans learned from the Carolingians
    $200 18
The bobby pin was introduced in this decade known for its bobbed hair craze
    $200 13
Cheetah,
a chimp
    $200 22
Appropriately, "Will" this animal "Survive" is from a 1984 album by Los Lobos
    $200 27
This holiday would certainly make "World News Tonight"
    $200 8
It's slang for the old 55-mile-per-hour national speed limit
    $300 3
This battle of October 14, 1066 established the Normans as rulers of England
    $300 19
In 1954 the "No More Tears" formula of this product was introduced
    $300 14
Teller,
a magician
    $300 23
The Muffs complain about gossipy friends in 1997's "You and" this bird
    $300 28
Eel & watercress were on the menu of the first celebration of this
    DD: $600 9
The Fifth Amendment protects against it
    $400 4
Norman crusader Tancred of Hauteville became prince of this region of Palestine known for its sea
    $400 20
Hair care line headed by the man seen here
    $400 15
John Watson,
a medical doctor
    $400 24
Flanders & Swann's song about this African animal goes, "Let us wallow in glorious mud"
    $400 29
We shouldn't need to "egg" you on to name this holiday
    $400 10
A 1984 Melanie Griffith movie, or the function Shelly Michelle served for Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman"
    $500 5
The first Norman foothold in France was near Rouen, around the mouth of this river
    $500 21
An archive of this shampoo's "Girls", including Brooke & Cybill, is housed at the Smithsonian
    $500 16
Renfield,
nearly a vampire
    $500 25
Lyricist Don Black co-wrote the lion serenade "Born Free" & this Michael Jackson ode to a rat
    $500 30
It's about "time" we did this holiday
    $500 11
"(Just Like) Starting Over" is one of the songs from this 1980 John Lennon & Yoko Ono album

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

John Karen Dan
$1,700 $500 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Karen Dan
$2,800 $2,000 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

NORMANS
ARCHITECTURE
REALLY TOUGH CAPITAL CITIES
THE SPORTING LIFE
BRUSH UP YOUR MARLOWE
THE BIRTH OF WORDS
    $200 8
Before his Gulf War exploits, he was deputy commander of U.S. forces in the invasion of Grenada
    $200 13
Luigi Moretti designed buildings for Mussolini & this Washington, D.C. complex that led to Nixon's fall
    $200 4
Santiago
    $200 1
This basketball star is the only man picked AP's Athlete of the Year 3 years in a row: 1991, 1992 & 1993
    $200 18
"Ugly Hell, gape not! Come not Lucifer!" is a line from a play about this doctor
    $200 21
This type of whiskey bears the name of the Kentucky county where it was first produced
    $400 9
The parents of this Bengals QB & pro football announcer first named him Norman, not Boomer
    $400 14
This style influenced by the Romans is named for England's 4 kings between 1714 & 1830
    $400 3
Riga
    $400 2
Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1999, he walked 2,795 batters but struck out twice as many
    $400 19
Written around 1589, "The Massacre of Paris" was about the 1572 slaughter of these Protestants
    $400 22
Possibly from the Latin for "farewell to meat", it's a time of pre-Lenten merrymaking
    $600 16
Landlord Stanley Roper on "Three's Company", he also played Dustin Hoffman's landlord in "The Graduate"
    DD: $1,000 15
524 firms competed to design a new library at this city to recall the ancient one
    $600 5
Port Moresby
    $600 10
This ski event comes in regular, giant & super giant varieties
    $600 28
His most famous (& maybe most imitated) poem is titled "The Passionate" this "to His Love"
    $600 23
This term for a steaming hot spring comes from the name of a famous Icelandic hot spring like this one
    $800 17
We're "positive" this popular author was pastor of NYC's Marble Collegiate Reformed Church for 52 years
    $800 27
Habitat, built for this city's Expo 67, was a revolutionary prefabricated housing complex
    $800 6
Thimphu
    $800 11
In 1998 a drug scandal caused 93 of 189 riders to drop out of this European bike race
    $800 29
Marlowe probably had no peace when he wrote "Accursed be he that first invented" this
    $800 24
From the Old Slavic for slave, this word entered the language from Karel Capek's 1921 play "R.U.R."
    $1000 20
This Canadian-born director's films include "In the Heat of the Night" & "Moonstruck"
    $1000 26
This architecturally controversial Paris complex opened in 1977
    $1000 7
Sana
    $1000 12
Kenyan men took first & second in this race April 20, 1998
    DD: $900 30
The Hellespont is mentioned in line 7 of Marlowe's work on this famous mythological pair
    $1000 25
This Scottish entree may derive its name from the Old French for "haguier", to chop or hash

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Karen Dan
$4,600 $2,900 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATUES
Its face was modeled after the features of Auguste-Charlotte Bartholdi

Final scores:

John Karen Dan
$8,600 $0 $9,200
2nd place: Trip to Regal International East Asia Hotel, Shanghai, China 3rd place: Daewoo Entertainment Package New champion: $9,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Karen Dan
$4,300 $3,800 $8,100
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $16,200

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