Show #3425 - Friday, June 25, 1999

Terry Currin game 5.

Contestants

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Dallas Dickinson, an entertainment coordinator from Los Angeles, California

Norman Rogers, an asphalt plant operator from Santa Ana, California

Terry Currin, a systems analyst from White Lake, Michigan (whose 4-day cash winnings total $34,199)

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Jeopardy! Round

LABOR
ACTOR-DIRECTORS
THE MALE OF THE SPECIES
POTENT POTABLES
THEY HAVE LAST NAMES
NONMETALS
    $100 6
In 1962 federal employees were given the right to organize, but not the right to do this, as other workers can
    $100 11
In 1997 this star of "Private Benjamin" made her directing debut with the TV movie "Hope"
    $100 26
You've taken him "by the horns" if you've faced a situation head on
    $100 1
The Harvard is made with sweet vermouth; dry vermouth is in this cocktail with the name of a Harvard rival
    $100 16
Mr. Galilei;
they say he dropped some weight
    $100 21
General Foods first introduced this nondairy dessert topping in 1966
    $200 7
In 1802 England passed the first law against this type of labor that Dickens attacked in "Oliver Twist"
    $200 12
This "Annie Hall" actress went behind the cameras for the 1995 family drama "Unstrung Heroes"
    $200 27
Dodge model seen here
    $200 2
A peppermint stick is made with creme de cacao, light cream & the peppermint type of this liquor
    $200 17
Ms. Ciccone,
Lourdes' momma
    $200 22
Fake flowers Marie Osmond sang about in 1973
    $300 8
All together now! Most of the gains labor unions get in the U.S. are achieved through this process
    $300 13
This actor directed an animal onscreen & off in 1998's "The Horse Whisperer"
    $300 28
This name for a male turkey might make you think he's especially hungry
    $300 3
(Hi, I'm Thomas Gibson.) A Gibson cocktail is identical to a martini, except that the olive is replaced by this
    $300 18
Mr. Alighieri,
who went through Hell
    $300 23
Little Boy Blue slept under one
    $400 9
The 1969 Nobel Peace Prize went to the Intl. Labor Organization, an agency of this body
    DD: $500 14
Like Olivier, this actor made his debut as a film director with Shakespeare's "Henry V"
    $400 29
Politician Gary, lyricist Lorenz, or a male red deer
    $400 4
The Kentucky Colonel cocktail blends Benedictine & this type of alcohol
    $400 19
"Good Golly",
Mr. Penniman
    $400 24
The Hebrew name for this taboo meat is basar chazir
    $500 10
The NALC is the "National Association of" these, & you have to give them their postage due
    $500 15
You might say director Charles Laughton had a "love-hate" relationship with this 1955 Robert Mitchum film
    $500 30
If you don't know the name of a male ass or donkey, you don't know this
    $500 5
In the name of a brand of scotch, it's what J&B stands for
    $500 20
A Renaissance guy,
Mr. Buonarroti
    $500 25
Encarta says clothes with a high content of this plastic fiber "became popular in the 1970s"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Terry Norman Dallas
$1,000 -$100 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Norman Dallas
$2,000 $600 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOAPS
GENERAL HOSPITAL
DAYS OF OUR LIVES
ALL MY CHILDREN
AS THE WORLD TURNS
GUIDING "LIGHT"
    $200 26
It was found that its impurity measured only .56% of its weight, so it was advertised as "99-44/100% Pure"
    $200 7
You might get needled by this 4,000-year-old technique in widespread use at Chinese hospitals
    $200 21
This eventual Republican nominee swept the "Super Tuesday" voting on March 12, 1996
    $200 16
This senator had 11 kids, including Michael, Joseph, Kathleen, Max & Robert Jr.
    $200 6
When French Togoland became independent in 1960, it took this name
    $200 1
In your gas oven you might find this continuous burner, captain
    $400 27
Mining of this mineral began in Death Valley in 1883 with 20-mule teams dragging it out
    $400 8
Without using a hammer, it's this person's job to knock you out in the O.R.
    $400 22
May 14, 1998, when Frank Sinatra died & the last "Seinfeld" aired, was this day of the week
    $400 17
The parents of Rumer, Scout & Tallulah Willis
    $400 12
This inlet of the Tasman Sea was the site of Captain Cook's first landing in Australia
    $400 2
Pack a lunch! It's 5.88 trillion miles
    $600 28
French for "good friend", this polishing soap "Hasn't Scratched Yet"
    $600 9
Smile! A photograph was taken of you with one of these photon streams that's also known as a Roentgen Ray
    $600 23
The 1st of these Sundays was Jan. 15, 1967; the XXXIIIrd was Jan. 31, 1999
    $600 18
The "Dearest" children of this 1945 Oscar winner were Christina, Christopher, Cathy & Cindy
    DD: $1,500 13
More than half of the people of this north Atlantic nation live on the shore of Faxa Bay
    $600 3
They rode "into the valley of death" 600 strong
    DD: $1,000 29
Originally, this bar's pumice was imported from the Italian island of Lipari
    $800 10
Founded in the 600s A.D., the oldest hospital still in existence is the Hotel Dieu in this city
    $800 24
Theoretically, this future Friday is the last day programmers have to fix the bug known as "Y2K"
    $800 19
Last name of TV's Herman & Lily who had a son named Eddie & a niece named Marilyn
    $800 14
This strategically important pass lies on the border of Pakistan & Afghanistan
    $800 4
Examples include Gilbert & Sullivan's "HMS Pinafore" & "The Mikado"
    $1000 30
Its ad lines have said, "It Won't Dry Your Face Like Soap" & it "Is 1/4 Cleansing Cream"
    $1000 11
After being wounded in 1981, Pres. Reagan was rushed to the hospital of this "presidential" university
    $1000 25
Neil Armstrong stepped onto the Moon on this date, exactly 6 months into Nixon's presidency
    $1000 20
Mary, Elizabeth & Edward VI were his children
    $1000 15
This Alaskan valley isn't living up to its numerical name since many fumaroles have stopped venting
    $1000 5
It's the only ancient wonder that fits the category

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Norman Dallas
$7,200 $2,000 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BANDS OF THE '70s
In billing order, this quartet's members were born in Los Angeles, Dallas, Blackpool & Toronto

Final scores:

Terry Norman Dallas
$6,399 $1 $1,500
5-day champion: $40,598 3rd place: Oz Airlines Hot Air Balloon Flight over Southern California 2nd place: Techmedia Computer System & CardScan Plus

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Terry Norman Dallas
$7,000 $2,500 $7,100
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,600

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