Show #3373 - Wednesday, April 14, 1999

Helen Petroff game 1.

Contestants

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Helen Petroff, a research assistant from Los Angeles, California

Steve Bennett, a distribution manager from Alta Loma, California

Bill Jacobs, a doctor from Wellington, Florida (whose 3-day cash winnings total $28,195)

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
MUSICAL STATES
THE NAME ON THE LABEL
CROSSWORD CLUES "F"
APRIL
IN PARIS
    $100 26
His "Pickwick Papers" was originally published serially under the pseudonym Boz
    $100 6
In 1966 the Mamas & the Papas were "Dreamin'" about this state "on such a winter's day"
    $100 11
Begun in 1913 & still in operation, this fashion house "de Coco" was closed down during WWII
    $100 1
Pals, like Rachel & Monica
(7)
    $100 16
The Christian celebration of Easter & this Jewish festival also known as Pesach can both occur in April
    $100 21
For a great view, get to the top of this 300-meter structure located on the Champs de Mars
    $200 27
After her husband Percy died, this author urged one of Washington Irving's friends to fix them up
    $200 7
In 1987 George Strait sang, "All my ex's live in" this state, "and that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee"
    $200 12
Influences on the designs of this firm include the Ballets Russes & the writings of Proust
(YSL)
    $200 2
A failure, on Broadway
(4)
    $200 17
He abdicated for the first time in April 1814
    $200 22
A Parisian must-see on anyone's list, this museum is the home of the Mona Lisa
    $300 28
Working in a mental hospital provided background for his "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
    $300 8
This progressive rock band from Topeka blew into the Top 10 in 1978 with "Dust in the Wind"
    $300 13
The much talked about fashion design firm of this man has been his "Obsession" since 1968
    $300 3
Faux
(4)
    $300 18
Pocahontas married this man on April 5, 1614
    $300 23
A serene colonnaded 19th-century edifice, the Bourse houses this Paris "Exchange"
    $400 29
His 1965 novel "Desolation Angels" was set just prior to "On the Road"
    $400 9
Although it was a hit, no singles were released in the U.S. from this 1982 Bruce Springsteen album
    $400 14
Mais Oui! The logo seen here belongs to the design house begun by this tennis player
(crocodile)
    $400 4
Sigmundian, like a "slip"
(8)
    $400 19
Each year English-speaking Canadians honor this saint on April 23
    $400 24
Not all of this Parisian subway is underground; some routes offer a delightful view of the city
    $500 30
Though christened Jorge Augustin Nicolas Ruiz de Santayana, he used this first name after arriving in the U.S. in 1872
    $500 10
In 1967 the Bee Gees sang, "The lights all went out in" this state "the day I left her standing on her own"
    $500 15
As seen on Richard Gere in "American Gigolo", sexy suits for men were early successes for this fashion line
    $500 5
Alfredo's specialty
(10)
    DD: $500 20
In 46 B.C. this man ordered the addition of a 30th day to April
    $500 25
Young & old alike are mesmerized at the "Centre de la Mer et des Eaux", one of these on Rue St.-Jacques

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

Bill Steve Helen
$1,300 $800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Steve Helen
$1,200 $1,900 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

"SI" THE WORLD
A WOMAN SCORNED
PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
THIS JUST IN...
PUT A KIRK IN IT
IN OTHER WORLDS
    $200 8
Visit the big volcano on this island & you can say, "Etna, I'm glad I met ya"
    $200 23
In the movie "She-Devil", this actress takes revenge on her husband for taking up with Meryl Streep
    $200 3
"Theodore the Meddler"
    $200 13
This desperado can see himself pursued by Pat Garrett at 11, if he's allowed to stay up that late
    $200 1
Kirk Douglas was a slave in & executive producer of this 1960 film
    $200 18
Pluto's version of this Earth sitcom would be "9th (sometimes 8th) Stone if you Start Counting at our System's Star"
    $400 9
This peninsula was Israeli-occupied from 1967 to 1982
    $400 24
She got the bad news from the other woman, Marla Maples, on a ski slope in Aspen
    $400 4
"The Great Communicator"
    $400 14
Rain delay aids in French defeat at this June 18, 1815 battle; film at onze
    $400 2
Kirk got his first Oscar nomination for "Champion", a 1949 film about this sport
    $400 19
On Neptune, a rare occasion could be "once in an azure triton" or a "cerulean nereid" instead of this
    $600 10
This Asian port city wasn't won in a raffle, but it was founded by one...Sir Stamford Raffles
    $600 25
This Long Island teenager turned violent when Joey Buttafuoco turned her away
    $600 5
"Little Ben"
    $600 15
Is it "Wag the Dog" again? Laika is the first higher life form in space, aboard this Soviet craft
    $600 27
In this 1956 film James Donald played Theo & Kirk played his brother Vincent
    $600 20
Instead of this, a shady Venusian might leave town "beneath one concentration of sulfuric acid particles"
    $800 11
When the U.S. bought Alaska in 1867, the transfer ceremony was held in this "si"ty
    $800 26
This lyricist was devastated in 1969 when her husband left her for Mia Farrow
    $800 6
"The First Dark Horse"
    DD: $800 16
This prince marries his first cousin February 10, 1840; we've got the film in a can at 11
    DD: $500 28
Kirk was more than O.K. as this dentist in 1957
    $800 21
On Jupiter this 1939 movie would be called "Vanished Accompanied by Gas in Motion over 300 MPH"
    $1000 12
Over 300 years of being a monarchy came to an end when it became a state of India in 1975
    $1000 30
When this mythological woman chopped up her own brother, Jason should have known not to make her jealous
    $1000 7
"The Atlas of America"
    $1000 17
Retiring from the Senate in 1987 is this man who "flew" off the 1972 Democratic ticket; reactions from the Hill at 11
    $1000 29
Kirk played Rick Martin, a role based on Bix Beiderbecke, in "Young Man with" one of these
    $1000 22
On Mercury, this phrase becomes "Poorly arranged filaments on the head lasting 1305 hours"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Steve Helen
$6,500 $5,500 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1998
Bruce Jenner, Gail Devers & Willie Gault attended this woman's September 26, 1998 funeral

Final scores:

Bill Steve Helen
$1,595 $101 $6,600
2nd place: Trip to Spice Island Beach Resort, Grenada 3rd place: Panasonic LCD Palmcorder New champion: $6,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Steve Helen
$6,800 $5,500 $5,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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