Show #3367 - Tuesday, April 6, 1999

Contestants

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Mary Katz, a lawyer from Macon, Georgia

Kevin Knight, a lecturer from Wilmington, North Carolina

Dan Inloes, a high school English and math teacher from Huntington Woods, Michigan (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

MIA FARROW
'90s NONFICTION
OFFICIAL STATE STUFF
JOB BANK
DEMOCRATS
FIX THE SPOONERISM
    $100 26
Mia's first of many films with this director was "A Midsummer Night's Sex Comedy"
    $100 4
Notable ones included McCullough's of Truman, Berg's of Lindbergh & Jack Miles' of God
    $100 5
Wyoming's is the cottonwood
    $100 12
"Super", when referring to a person who takes care of an apartment house, is short for this
    $100 17
This former Tennessee senator & current V.P. has been called "Prince Albert"
    $100 1
You know, last night I just sat & watched TV; I was like a lump on a bog
    $200 27
In a 1976 TV special Mia played this role to Danny Kaye's Hook
    $200 10
This news personality's "America" told of his 12 favorite places found "On the Road"
    $200 6
Minnesota's is the common loon
    $200 13
One of the jobs of a deshi in Japan is to wash the places on these athletes that they can't reach themselves
    $200 22
In 1998 John Conyers was reelected with 87% of the vote in this state's 14th congressional district
    $200 2
To raise money, the government may put a tin sax on tobacco
    $300 28
At the 1998 Kennedy Center Honors, Mia helped honor this conductor & ex-husband
    $300 11
Seymour Hersh's 1997 JFK expose was titled "The Dark Side of" this
    $300 7
Delaware's is "Liberty and Independence"
    DD: $500 14
(Hi, I'm Billy Warlock of General Hospital.) I started my career in Hollywood as a stunt double for Robin Williams on this TV series
    $300 23
He didn't officially meet with his cabinet for the first 2 years of his term, preferring his "Kitchen Cabinet"
    $300 3
Dr. Spooner once talked of his queer old dean
    $400 29
In 1978 Mia co-starred with Peter Ustinov, the first time he played this detective on film
    $400 18
In Kathryn Harrison's memoir "The Kiss", it's her relationship to the man who gives her the kiss
    $400 8
Missouri's is the hawthorn
    $400 15
Preceding "leader" it makes you head of a gang of thugs; before "master", head of a gang of circus acts
    $400 24
In 1998 Tom Harkin & this Tom, the Senate's Democratic leader, chaired a hearing on hog prices
    $400 20
It's the duff that streams are made of
    $500 30
In this 1974 film Mia played Daisy Buchanan
    $500 19
A Moscow mausoleum, or the title of David Remnick's book on "The Last Days of the Soviet Empire"
    $500 9
South Dakota's is the walleye
    $500 16
Elizabeth II doesn't do this herself; she has a hereditary grand almoner to do it for her
    $500 25
This Democrat's "Cross of Gold" speech supported the bimetallic theory
    $500 21
"When the boys come home from France we'll have the hags flung out"

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

Dan Kevin Mary
$400 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Kevin Mary
$100 $1,900 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ME, A PHARAOH
MOVIES ABOUT THE MOVIES
PLANTS & TREES
THE THEATRE
NAMES IN THE LAW
BIBLICAL RHYME TIME
    $200 11
Walking into this the first time, Lord Carnarvon reportedly called it "the greatest sight I have ever witnessed"
    $200 26
This Gene Kelly musical takes place in a Hollywood making the adjustment to talkies
    $200 1
The white types of these trees grow needles in bunches of 5; the yellow types, in bunches of 2 or 3
    $200 19
Laurence Harvey reigned in this regal role in the 1964 London production of "Camelot"
    $200 3
The civil code set up in France in 1804 is also known by this name
    $200 14
Abel's assassin's aches
    $400 12
While only a prince, Tuthmosis IV made a name for himself having this colossal statue restored
    $400 27
He directed "8 1/2", a movie about a movie director
    $400 2
Many of the 2,000 species of this prickly plant burst open when more water is taken in than can be stored
    $400 20
Noel Coward's 1947 drama "Peace in our Time" depicts life in England if this dictator had conquered it
    $400 4
Earl Warren ruled on this man's case that a suspect must be warned prior to questioning that he can stay silent
    $400 15
An ark builder's feathered neck accessories
    $600 13
This ancient capital grew up around Pepi I's pyramid, Men-nefer-mare
    $600 28
In this 1941 Preston Sturges film, a director sets out to research poverty with only a dime in his pocket
    $600 8
The cinchona tree, the source for this malaria drug, was once plentiful in South America; now it's grown mainly on Java
    DD: $1,000 21
(Hi, I'm Ekaterina Gordeeva.) Chekhov's "Three Sisters" dream of going to this city -- my birthplace
    $600 5
In 1970 a woman used this pseudonym when she sued Texas D.A. Henry Wade to allow her an abortion
    $600 16
The third gospel author's fists
    $800 24
2-word name for the site south of Cairo where Ramses II built 2 sandstone temples
    $800 29
John Turturro played this title screenwriter in a 1991 Coen Brothers film
    $800 9
This bog fruit, Vaccinium macrocarpon, was first cultivated in Massachusetts around 1820
    $800 22
Sewamono plays are domestic dramas about middle-class life in this form of Japanese drama
    DD: $1,500 6
He took on Ferguson in 1896 after refusing to sit in the railroad car for blacks only
    $800 17
The first woman's botanical wardrobe
    $1000 25
Name shared by the second king of the 19th Dynasty & The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
    $1000 30
The 1998 film "Gods and Monsters" presents the last days of this director of "Frankenstein"
    $1000 10
This reddish spice from the inner bark of a laurel tree forms concentric rolls called quills when dried
    $1000 23
She adapted her own novel "Rebecca" for the stage in the 1940s; Drew Barrymore's aunt Diana starred in it
    $1000 7
The 1936 Robinson-Patman Act revived & revised this man's Anti-Trust Act of 1890
    $1000 18
The apostle to the Gentiles' journeys on his hands & knees

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Kevin Mary
$6,100 $2,900 $7,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY WOMEN
She titled her Ph.D. thesis "An Inquiry into the Question of Cultural Stability in Polynesia"

Final scores:

Dan Kevin Mary
$7,500 $4,500 $12,300
2nd place: Trip to Regal Hong Kong Hotel 3rd place: Monorail Desktop PC New champion: $12,300

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Kevin Mary
$6,100 $2,700 $7,800
15 R,
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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