Show #3140 - Friday, April 3, 1998

Pat Healy game 4.

Contestants

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Diane Fisher, an energy resources scientist from Oakland, California

Nathan Aldrich, a part-time teacher originally from Skowhegan, Maine

Pat Healy, an index editor from Concord, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $45,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

IN THE COOLER
THE ROCK
THE PENN.
STARS BEHIND BARS
PRISON PROSE
"CON"s
    $100 19
On campouts, coolers keep this treat from melting before it & a hot marshmallow are made into a s'more
    $100 13
It was this cold historic site that Von Steuben reorganized our army in February 1778
    $100 1
His high school nickname "Bruno" stayed with him while he was a "Die Hard" bartender
    $100 11
In "Civil Disobedience", he called his night in Concord Jail "novel and interesting enough"
    $100 6
Rounded, like the inside of a bowl
    $200 20
It's the total number of ounces in a standard six-pack of Pepsi
    $200 29
Latin for "dug up"; it's the term for ancient plants & animals that have been preserved in sedimentary rock
    $200 18
One of its more unimaginative nicknames is "the capital of the Keystone State"
    $200 2
He tended bar & performed in coffeehouses before getting his break in "I Spy"
    $200 12
Title of Sister Helen Prejean's book about death row & the Susan Sarandon film based on it
    $200 7
The Southern states during the Civil War were banded together as one of these
    $300 21
Potato & macaroni salads made with this egg-based dressing are safe when kept in the cooler
    $300 28
You gotta lava this rock, whose name means "foam"; it floats & makes a great abrasive
    $300 24
Pittsburgh's Civic Arena was the first public auditorium to have a retractable one of these
    $300 3
He was working as a bartender when he started performing with Dan Rowan
    $300 14
A work by Jean Genet stems from time at this type of "school", named for what it tries to do to youths
    $300 8
A missionary, or a cable box
    $400 22
This sports drink's new "Frost" flavors are Whitewater Splash, Glacier Freeze, and Alpine Snow
    $400 27
It's nice to know the granite-like rock pronounced "nice" is spelled this way
    $400 15
Philadelphia's major league teams included the Phillies, Eagles, 76ers & this hockey team
    $400 4
He's gone from jobs like tennis instructor & bartender to films like "Fletch" & "Foul Play"
    $400 16
In 1981 jailed writer Jack Henry Abbott was sprung with the help of this "Executioner's Song" author
    $400 9
A plan you have, just in case
    $500 23
It could be called solid dihydrous monoxide
    $500 26
This lustrous source of radium & uranium derives its name from its tar-like appearance
    $500 25
This port city displays a reconstruction of Oliver Hazard Perry's ship, the Niagara
    $500 5
Heard here, he tended bar to earn money while he wrote songs:
    DD: $1,300 17
Hitler's chief architect, he wrote "Spandau: The Secret Diaries" of his time in prison for war crimes
    $500 10
His disciples collected his sayings in "Analects"

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

Pat Nathan Diane
$3,300 -$300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Nathan Diane
$6,400 -$800 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT TRAVEL GUIDE
ORGANIZATIONS
MOST LIKELY TO SECEDE
THEY COVERED THE BEATLES
FAMOUS FRIEDMANS
EPONYMS
    $200 1
Visit here & enjoy Mediterranean cuisine, beautiful women & a huge wooden horse donated by the Greeks
    $200 26
Rene Levesque long led the independence movement for this province, mais tant pis, it hasn't happened yet
    $200 4
Tiffany was just 17 when she hit the top 10 with a reworked version of this Beatles song
    $200 13
Stanford hired 18-year-old Harvey Friedman in 1967; he had earned his B.A. at MIT in 2 years & this degree in 1
    $200 2
This bed, raised & stored into a wall, lost its popularity when sofa convertibles came into vogue
    $400 3
No bull, Crete will a-maze you as you wander through the labyrinth, this creature's lair
    $400 18
In 1997, this organization celebrated the 90th anniversary of its Christmas seals
    $400 5
This duo had only just begun when they covered "Ticket To Ride" in 1970
    $400 9
Although he led the ill-fated charge of the light brigade, this earl is best known for his sweater
    $600 22
Luscious gardens hanging for your pleasure await you in this city on the Euphrates
    $600 17
IN 1997, Martin Luther King III was elected president of this group, the SCLC; Dad would have been proud
    $600 27
Some want this India-Pakistan border region to be independent, & some want it united with Pakistan
    $600 6
"We Can Work It Out" worked out to be one of the songs of his 1970 album "Signed, Sealed & Delivered"
    $600 25
Nobel economist & author of the exciting "A Monetary History of the United States 1867-1960"
    $600 10
Named for a Turkish Empire, it's the stumbling block Dick Van Dyke frequently encountered
    $800 21
Join us in this African hot spot & we'll supply elephants & a tour of Hannibal's birthplace
    $800 16
An association in Annadale, Virginia is devoted to this man, Jefferson's vice-president
    $800 20
Be a prince & grant independence to Cymru, the native name for this UK division
    DD: $4,000 7
This singer got by with a 1968 version of the Beatles song heard here:
    $800 24
Leader of the country group The Texas Jewboys, he's also an accomplished mystery author
    $800 11
A cracker is named for this dietary reformer who advocated using unsifted whole wheat flour
    $1000 14
Barren accommodations, but plenty of exercise & military drill in this capital of Laconia
    $1000 15
It's the organization whose logo is seen here:
    $1000 19
Despite limited indepedence in N. Spain, many in this oldest W. European group desire full autonomy
    $1000 8
Written in 1966, this song was a Top 10 hit from the Beatles in 1976 & for Earth, Wind & Fire in 1978
    $1000 23
In "Steambath" this author made God a steam room attendant
    DD: $6,000 12
When forced into retirement, this Anglican clergyman reportedly said, "It came as a blushing crow"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Nathan Diane
$10,200 $0 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PLAYS
Based on a myth, this 1913 play became a 1938 movie, a 1956 stage musical & a 1964 movie musical

Final scores:

Pat Nathan Diane
$11,001 $0 $2
4-day champion: $56,402 3rd place: Panasonic's large-color LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: a trip to Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Nathan Diane
$12,200 $0 $5,500
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
4 W
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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