Show #3395 - Friday, May 14, 1999

1999 College Championship final game 2.
From the Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, Illinois.

Contestants

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Carolyn Cracraft, a junior at the University of Chicago from San Jose, California (subtotal of $10,000)

Katie King, a junior at the University of Kentucky from Charleston, West Virginia (subtotal of $9,600)

Josh Levy, a senior at the University of Pennsylvania from Bethesda, Maryland (subtotal of $9,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

NAME THAT COUNTRY
ROGER EBERT ON MOVIES
(Alex: He will give all the clues.)
COLLEGE TOWNS
(Alex: You have to name the city where you find the main campus.)
SCIENCE FAIR
NUKE IT!
START "IN" ON IT
    $100 28
It's famous for its luxury hotels; it's on the Riviera; Princess Stephanie was born there
    $100 7
This "Lethal Weapon" star told me he makes sure no one presses his clothes, so he can display that rumpled charm
    $100 29
Columbia University
    $100 30
Janice's project on the layers of this included the mesosphere & the thermosphere
    $100 1
This company, which sold its 20 billionth can of condensed tomato soup in 1990, introduced "Soup to Go" in 1998
    $100 12
John Hinckley was acquitted of shooting Ronald Reagan by reason of this
    $200 27
Sorghum is a major crop; the Zagwe dynasty once ruled it; Addis Ababa University is there
    $200 8
For the Oscars in 1999, I correctly predicted these 2 actresses would win for "Shakespeare in Love"
    $200 23
University of Arizona
    $200 25
Dennis recreated a 1995 test & confirmed this product is 68% air
    $200 3
Act II claims it sells more bags of this microwavable snack than any other company in the world
    $200 13
From the Latin for "no boundary", it refers to a quantity or distance so large it cannot be measured
    $300 26
About one-sixth of its people were born elsewhere; watches are still made in Jura; yodeling is still popular
    $300 9
For the 1999 Oscars, I wrongly predicted a screenplay award for this film with Warren Beatty as a politician
    $300 22
Ohio State University
    $300 2
Viki's samples from the locker room floor showed how the trichophyton fungi caused this "sporty" condition
    $300 4
This hot dog brand hit a home run with its new "Singles", which are individually wrapped & ready to microwave
    $300 14
It's the emission of visible light by a hot object
    $400 20
Conger eel is a taste treat; the cowboys are called huasos; its national congress is in Valparaiso
    $400 10
I had problems with "Message in a Bottle" in which Robin Wright Penn works for this rival of the Chicago Sun-Times
    DD: $500 17
The Air Force Academy
    $400 24
Darlene's exhibit on minerals in the human body included iron nails, copper tubing & a 1943 penny for this
    $400 5
Chef America makes this brand of crisp & flaky microwavable crust-enclosed pepperoni pizza
    $400 15
According to Locke, these kinds of rights cannot be violated by any governing authority
    $500 19
It has a tropical climate; its king is called the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong; there's a beautiful zoo near Kuala Lumpur
    $500 11
This 1982 Disney film in which a man gets lost in a computer was part of my 1999 Overlooked Film Festival
    $500 18
Florida State
    $500 16
Arvid's diorama on the history of these included the following symbols
(V, for example)
    $500 6
Dieters know that this company's "Smart Ones" entrees are 99% fat free
    $500 21
It's a ritual recitation of verbal charms or spells to produce a magic effect

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Josh Katie Carolyn
$1,300 $100 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Katie Carolyn
$2,100 -$200 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

OPRAH'S BOOK CLUB
MONET'S CRONIES
TELEVISION
SPELL THE LAST NAME
(Alex: And yes, you have to spell it!)
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
(Alex: Since you're not coming out there, we have a category on that subject.)
COLLEGE RHYME TIME
    $200 2
Oprah made this author's "Beloved" into a movie & chose her "Paradise" for the book club
    $200 28
His "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" is in the Art Institute of Chicago
    $200 8
In February 1999, after 5 seasons in the "ER", this handsome actor checked out
    $200 24
U.S. president Dwight...
    $200 23
As mayor of this desert resort, Sonny Bono cut down on spring break madness by banning thong bikinis
    $200 15
A cruel university division head
    $400 3
The title of this Bret Lott book, a 1999 selection, refers to a mom from Mississippi, not to a singer from Alaska
    $400 27
Important works by this Impressionist include "The Luncheon of the Boating Party"
    $400 7
On "Friends" Courteney Cox & David Schwimmer play this sister & brother
    $400 25
Former Defense Secretary Caspar...
    $400 21
L.A. visitors flock to the carousel on this famous pier at the end of Colorado Blvd.
    $400 14
A hurrah for a fermented malt beverage
    DD: $3,000 17
The first nonfiction work selected, "The Heart of a Woman" is volume 4 of this poet's autobiography
    $600 1
The exotic influences on this great French painter can be seen here
    $600 6
Once one of New York's toughest judges, today she does her tough-talking in her TV courtroom
    $600 26
Aqualung pioneer Jacques...
    DD: $1,000 20
San Diego's "old" version of this much older London theater first opened in the 1930s
    $600 11
Time for relaxation in the middle of an exam
    $800 16
The club's first selection, this book about the loss of a child became a Michelle Pfeiffer movie in 1999
    $800 9
This man's nudes like the one seen here helped launch the Impressionist movement
    $800 4
(Hi, I'm Laura Lee Bell from The Young and the Restless.) My parents William & Lee Bell created both "The Young and the Restless" & this soap opera which premiered in 1987
    $800 29
U.S. pop artist Roy...
    $800 19
The view seen here is from this scenic drive, named for the engineer who brought water to L.A.
    $800 12
Nasty rodent living under a Greek letter society's building
    $1000 18
This 1992 Wally Lamb novel hit No. 1 on the bestseller list in 1997 after Oprah selected it for her book club
    $1000 10
Still lifes, landscapes & portraits such as the card players seen here were all mastered by this Frenchman
    $1000 5
Norman Lear called this late "Good Times" actress the one true black matriarch on series television
    $1000 30
Italian Fascist leader Benito...
    $1000 22
Dana Point is named for Richard Henry Dana, best known for this "timely" memoir about sailing to California & back
    $1000 13
A course on all things not liquid or solid

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Katie Carolyn
$3,300 $7,000 $11,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
This member of William & Mary's Class of 1762 founded a univ. that opened in 1825, one year before his death

Final scores:

Josh Katie Carolyn
$3,295 $2,899 $9,700

Cumulative scores:

Josh Katie Carolyn
$12,295 $12,499 $19,700
2nd runner-up: $12,295 1st runner-up: $15,000 Tournament champion: $25,000 + Volvo C70 convertible

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Katie Carolyn
$3,300 $7,500 $8,900
13 R,
2 W
17 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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