Show #3382 - Tuesday, April 27, 1999

Contestants

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Justin Scupine, an associate director from Los Angeles, California

Mary Rider, a homemaker from Albany, New York

Lindsay Peet, a plumbing contractor from Studio City, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,221)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM
LAST NAME'S THE SAME
FAMOUS FEUDS
STAR TREK WRITERS
DID THEY MOVE IT?
WORD"ZZ"
    $100 7
The Siberian species of this carnivore is the largest cat
    $100 6
Ted,
Tina,
Lana
    $100 17
George Steinbrenner fired him 4 times as manager of the Yankees
    $100 24
He created the original series & co-wrote the first episodes of "The Next Generation"
    $100 12
Stuttgart is a little ways from Little Rock in this state
    $100 1
A cheap, dilapidated car, especially a Model T, is referred to as a tin one of these
    $200 22
Unlike most lizards, this color-changing lizard has feet that grasp like hands rather than cling with claws
    $200 8
Jim,
Van,
Toni
    $200 18
In the 1949 movie "Roseanna McCoy", Roseanna runs off with a member of this enemy family
    $200 27
David Gerrold wrote a book about writing the classic episode featuring these little fuzzies
    $200 13
You'll find Lake Geneva if you head due west from Kenosha in this state
    $200 2
In a 1969 No. 1 song, Tommy Roe was this, his "head is spinnin' around like a whirlpool, it never ends"
    $300 23
When alarmed, this second-largest rodent smacks its broad, flat tail against the water
    $300 9
Dennis,
Edward,
Hedda
    $300 19
There was no love lost between these 2 men, JFK's vice president & his attorney general
    $300 28
This ventriloquist co-wrote "The Lights of Zetar" with her husband Jeremy Tarcher, not Lamb Chop
    $300 14
You'll find Los Angeles about 200 miles south of Santiago in this country
    $300 3
On TV, it's the brand of beer brewed by Drew Carey & his friends
    $400 25
The pilot whale is one of the larger members of this family of mammals
    $400 10
Paul,
Neil,
Norton
    DD: $500 20
From the Latin for "to avenge", these family feuds are associated with the island of Corsica
    $400 29
Sci-fi novelist Theodore Sturgeon wrote the episode where Spock & this character duel to the "death"
    $400 15
You'll find Inverness in this Canadian province along with Liverpool
    $400 4
Nickname of pro golfer Frank Urban Zoeller
    $500 26
The name of this class of mollusks comes from the Greek for "belly foot"
    $500 11
Edwin,
Shirley,
Evangeline
    $500 21
The future Louis XI feuded with his father while holding this French title as heir apparent
    $500 30
This actor who played Chekov wrote "The Infinite Vulcan" for the animated "Star Trek" series
    $500 16
You'll find Buenos Aires in this country that's just north of Panama
    $500 5
Ingrid Bergman starred in this 1936 Swedish film as well as its Hollywood remake 3 years later

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

Lindsay Mary Justin
$1,100 $500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lindsay Mary Justin
$1,600 $100 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHEMISTRY
PUNCH LINES
(Alex: Yes, the magazine Punch.)
ART & ARTISTS
SURPRISING SINGERS
IVAN
WORKING ON THE RAILROAD
    $200 14
You can isolate about 1 gram of this element, Ra, out of several tons of pitchblende
    $200 11
Completes Punch's 1855 quip "What is matter? Never mind. What is mind? No" this
    $200 1
In October 1888 this painter joined Van Gogh in Arles; he fled after that ugly ear incident
    $200 24
Amy Irving provided the sexy singing voice of Jessica Rabbit for this 1988 film
    $200 17
In this Dostoyevsky novel, Ivan is the atheistic intellectual of the 4 sons
    $200 6
The person in this post supervises the train crew & collects fares
    $400 20
In the 1700s Georg Ernst Stahl coined the phlogiston theory, that a form of burning caused this on iron
    $400 12
In 1845 it was Punch's unromantic one-word "advice to persons about to marry"
    $400 2
"The Dance", also the title of the work seen here, was one of this artist's favorite scenes
    $400 27
His 1987 album "The Return of Bruno" didn't "Die Hard"--it hit No. 14 on the pop charts
    $400 18
Ivan was the middle name of this astronaut, Virgil was his first, but most people called him "Gus"
    $400 7
This term for porters came from their colorful headgear
    $600 21
A free radical is an atom or molecule that has an odd number of these
    $600 13
The final issue showed a gravestone inscribed "Mr. Punch, 1841-1992 Not as" this "as He Used to Be"
    $600 3
In November 1998 the Getty Museum bought his seminal 1870s painting "Impression: Sunrise"
    $600 28
This Norwegian best-known for Ingmar Bergman films starred in the 1979 Broadway musical "I Remember Mama"
    $600 19
As director of "Twins" & "Kindergarten Cop", he told Arnold Schwarzenegger what to do
    $600 8
It's a firebox feeder, an apprentice to the engineer, or a famous Bram
    DD: $1,407 25
Lithium reacts with this common substance to form lithium hydroxide
    $800 15
A sexually confused Punch quote tells us "Our best men are dead!... Tennyson," & this "Adam Bede" author
    $800 4
This American painted portraits of fashionable society, & the one of Robert Louis Stevenson seen here
    $800 29
She sang harmony on her husband Richie Sambora's 1998 album "Undiscovered Soul"
    $800 22
In a 1985 book he called arbitrage "Wall Street's best kept money-making secret"
    $800 9
A track inspector, whether or not he's from Wichita
    $1000 26
Bromine & chlorine are in a group of elements known by this name, from the Greek for "salt-forming"
    $1000 16
From Victorian times comes the quote "It's worse than wicked, my dear, it's" this synonym for low-class
    $1000 5
This 17th century Spaniard created the intriguing & complex portrait seen here
    $1000 30
"Young Love" was a No. 1 hit in 1957 for this blond heartthrob who shares his first name with a diet soft drink
    DD: $500 23
Before the revolution, he was appointed director of the physiology dept. at the Inst. of Experimental Medicine
    $1000 10
A pin puller operates these in the yard, to shunt cars from one track to another

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lindsay Mary Justin
$6,407 $5,600 $2,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH HISTORY
11th century England had 2 kings with this name, one a Dane & one a Saxon

Final scores:

Lindsay Mary Justin
$11,207 $2,300 $200
3-day champion: $22,428 2nd place: a trip to the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Brussels, Belgium 3rd place: an HP Jornada 820 hand-held PC

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lindsay Mary Justin
$5,800 $6,600 $2,500
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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