Show #3420 - Friday, June 18, 1999

Contestants

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Adil Karim, a graduate student from Santa Barbara, California

Kitty Estopinal, an assistant district attorney from Shreveport, Louisiana

Joe Padavic, an international freight forwarder from Roselle, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

FATHER'S DAY
WHO'S WHO IN THE BIBLE
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
STATE OBJECTS
PRO STADIUMS & ARENAS
(Alex: You have to identify the team.)
"HORSE" SENSE
    $100 26
Sam Houston & Stephen Austin are both called the father of this; let's have a paternity test
    $100 11
"Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die," Jesus said before raising this man from the dead
    $100 14
Her real name is Donna Miller; another actress had the same name, so she changed hers to this
    $100 6
We had to squeeze this one in; it's Florida's state beverage
    $100 1
Fenway Park
    $100 21
He pursues Ichabod Crane through Sleepy Hollow
    $200 27
Cosimo de Medici, Andrea Doria & George Washington share this sobriquet
    $200 12
He was still virile at 500 years old when he begat Shem, Ham & Japheth
    $200 15
In the 1930s this heartthrob was so popular he was known as "The King of Hollywood"
    $200 7
If things pan out, you'l discover this is the state mineral of Alaska
    $200 2
Busch Stadium
    $200 22
Pungent ground up Armoracia rusticana roots used as a condiment
    $300 28
If you can "Field" this response you'll know he was the father of the Brooklyn Dodgers
    $300 13
According to John's gospel, she was the first person to notice Jesus' empty tomb
    $300 16
Of John Gielgud, Henry Irving or Laurence Olivier, the first English actor to be knighted
    $300 8
How sweet, it's the state insect of New Jersey
    $300 3
Foxboro Stadium
    $300 23
He's the Native American leader emerging here
    $400 29
You'll have better living through Robert Boyle, known by some as the father of this
    DD: $1,500 18
Isaac's mom, she's the woman most often mentioned by name in the Bible
    $400 17
This "Fair Lady" of film starred on Broadway in a non-musical version of "Gigi" in 1951
    $400 9
This being North Carolina's precious stone may turn other states green with envy
    $400 4
Alamodome
    $400 24
A little-known, unexpectedly successful political candidate
    $500 30
"Birds" brain who's known as the father of comedy
    $500 19
In 1 Samuel 28 this king consulted the witch of Endor
    $500 20
He once played young Tom Hughes on "As The World Turns" but he's better known as John-Boy Walton
    $500 10
The morel is Minnesota's state one of these
    $500 5
Molson Centre
    $500 25
Unit equal to 33,000 foot-pounds per minute

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Joe Kitty Adil
$2,000 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Kitty Adil
$4,700 $1,500 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL FACTS
JUST DESSERTS
CLASSICAL COMPOSERS
GOING DUTCH
ON WORDS
CHRISTIAN SLATER
    $200 1
2 of 3 who attended a military academy
    $200 6
This brand of gelatin first jiggled in 4 flavors: strawberry, lemon, orange & raspberry
    $200 11
His "William Tell" was to have been the first of 5 operas for the Paris Opera but his contract was set aside
    $200 16
In her diary she wrote, "It is not the Dutch people's fault that we are having such a miserable time"
    $200 21
What the Old Norse knew as Thorsdagr, we call this today
    $200 26
In this 1994 film Christian sank his teeth into the role of the interviewer
    $400 2
3 of 5 Harvard grads
    $400 7
Despite its name, Sara Lee's "All Butter" one is only 10 3/4 ounces
    $400 12
In Weimar he wrote a set of organ chorales for his "Orgelbuchlein", or "Little Organ Book"
    $400 17
Johann Cruyff, known as the Dutch Major, was tops in this sport & even played for the L.A. Aztecs
    $400 22
Of a person, place or thing, it's what the Rosetta Stone was named for
    $400 27
At age 10 Christian played Winthrop Paroo in a New York revival of this Meredith Willson musical
    DD: $700 3
2 of 4 Baptists
    $600 8
A happy baking accident led to the invention of this semisoft candy that's often chocolate
    $600 13
In 1939 the Helsinki Music Institute changed its name to honor this famed graduate
    $600 18
In 1993 Northwest Airlines formed an alliance with this Dutch company
    $600 23
From the Greek for a "race discourse", it's the history of a family
    $600 28
Christian had a cameo in a film subtitled "The Undiscovered Country", the sixth in this series
    $800 4
2 of 6 who married a widow
    $800 9
One variation of this cookie is the Double Stuf, with twice the creme filling of the original
    $800 14
His 1905 composition "La Mer" was inspired by the ideas of painters J.M.W. Turner & Claude Monet
    DD: $1,200 19
The roots of this U.S. state capital go back to Fort Nassau, a trading post founded by the Dutch in 1614
    $800 24
The words journey, journal & diurnal are all based on this unit of time
    $800 29
Christian is not the brother of this "Legend of Billie Jean" co-star; in fact, he had a crush on her
    $1000 5
2 of 4 Whigs
    $1000 10
Sea captain Hanson Gregory & the Pennsylvania Dutch are both credited with putting the hole in this treat
    $1000 15
In 1907 he became professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest
    $1000 20
A new waterway opened in 1872 allowed large vessels passage to this Dutch city, now a top world port
    $1000 25
Alone it means "silence"; add "ble" & it means to talk indistinctly
    $1000 30
As Will Scarlett, in this 1991 film Christian was in tight with Kevin Costner

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Kitty Adil
$6,900 $4,400 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS FATHERS
(Alex: Appropriate for this day!)
He played rhythm & blues guitar before working as a crane operator & raising a family in Gary, Indiana

Final scores:

Joe Kitty Adil
$8,900 $1,800 $5,001
2-day champion: $19,200 3rd place: Goodyear Eagle Airship Flight over Southern California 2nd place: Zenith 32" TV Monitor & Broyhill Entertainment Center

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Kitty Adil
$5,400 $4,300 $2,900
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,600

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