Show #3431 - Monday, July 5, 1999

Contestants

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Jim Hammond, a screenwriter from Los Angeles, California

Corey Leahy, a business student from Houston, Texas

Sean McGinty, a copywriter from Venice, California

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Jeopardy! Round

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS
IT GROWS ON TREES
SCULPTURE
NAME THE MOVIE
SHOPPING SPREE
(Alex: And you're going to love this one...)
LET'S SPEAK SWAHILI!
    $100 12
Nevada's 1st district basically covers this city & its suburbs; the 2nd covers the other 99% of the state
    $100 11
Farmers would rather see a partridge in one of these than the destructive fire blight
    $100 21
This statue discovered in the Cyclades Islands in 1820 may have held her garment in her now lost right hand
    $100 1
1977:
"Use the force, Luke"
    $100 23
Shop online at the Graceland Shopping Mall & you can buy a doorstop featuring him in a gold lame suit
    $100 4
Office workers in Africa might take a break for kahawa, this beverage
    $200 15
This state's 3rd district is a major shopping district; the Mall of America is there
    $200 13
This type of orange is so named because it has a small secondary fruit growing at the end
    $200 22
His work "Balzac" was refused by the society that commissioned it; they didn't think it looked like Balzac
    $200 2
1942:
"Louis, I think this is going to be the beginning of a beautiful friendship"
    $200 25
You can't miss this state capital's Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center: it's 3 blocks long
    $200 5
Lala is not a Teletubby but this; you'll need some after a long, hard day on safari
    DD: $700 16
It's the main city in Ohio's 14th district, once a rubber center & now called "Polymer Valley"
    $300 14
Verjuice, a sort of medieval vinegar, was commonly made from these sour wild apples
    $300 24
Over 70 wax & clay works found in Degas' studio after his death were later cast in this alloy
    $300 3
1950:
"Alright, Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my closeup"
    $300 29
If you're cuckoo for Coco's clothes, shop at this boutique at 400 N. Rodeo Drive
    $300 8
Dudu is the generic term for this kind of 6-legged pest; the repellent for them is dawa ya wadudu
    $400 17
Limiting immigration is one of the main causes of Rep. Lamar Smith, from this state's 21st district
    $400 19
The Aztecs loved the fruit seen here (avocados) & gave us this word for a dip made from it
    $400 26
His "Comin' Through the Rye" features 4 cowboys on ponies whose hooves barely touch ground
    $400 6
1974:
"That's Fronk-en-steen!"
    $400 28
Maud Frizon, Manolo Blahnik & Salvatore Ferragamo are best known for designing these
    $400 9
Elton John & Tim Rice found this term for "no worries" in a Swahili phrase book & wrote a song about it
    $500 18
North Carolina's long, meandering "I-85 District" has been called an example of this tactic named for a politician
    $500 20
Though inedibly bitter when picked, 11 million tons of them are produced a year, most around the Mediterranean
    $500 30
From the Latin for "embroidery", the Greeks carved these decorative horizontal bands on the sides of temples...brrr!
    $500 7
1968:
"I'm sorry, Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that"
    $500 27
This designer's flagship store on Madison Avenue is across the street from his Polo Sport Store
    $500 10
Moja is the number one, kumi is ten, & kumi na moja is this

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

Sean Corey Jim
$1,800 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Corey Jim
$1,800 $3,600 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEMS & MINERALS
"HOUSE" MUSIC
PARTY LIKE IT'S 1899
(Alex: What a year for parties!)
WALLACES
RELATIVE LIT
ANAGRAMMED EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHERS
    $200 3
Old masters could grind up hematite or cinnabar to make shades of this primary color
    $200 2
Graham Nash did a very, very, very fine job writing this Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young song
    $200 25
This Wild Bunch leader & the Sundance Kid were partying after robbing a Union Pacific train of over $30,000
    $200 17
Lurleen Burns married this man when she was 16 & later succeeded him as governor of Alabama
    $200 9
This guardian of Tom Sawyer was based on Mark Twain's mother
    $200 1
Starer
    $400 13
The ancients called jade lapis nephriticus, as they thought it a stone that could cure this organ's ailments
    $400 7
It was the Talking Heads' biggest U.S. hit
    $400 27
Toes were tapping to this composer's wildly popular "Maple Leaf Rag"
    $400 18
Before "Braveheart" his story was told in the 15th century by Henry the Minstrel
    $400 20
Richard Wright's 1940 tale about Bigger Thomas
    $400 4
A scum
    $600 14
You can find caledonite in this country that lent its ancient name to the mineral
    $600 10
Finishing the title of the 1991 Garth Brooks hit "Two of a Kind, Workin' On..."
    $600 28
This borough celebrated its new children's museum, the USA's first, & its National League champion Superbas
    $600 19
(Hi, I'm Wallace Langham) Mike's son, this broadcaster became NBC News White House Correspondent in 1982
    $600 21
Howard Garis wrote the Tom Swift adventure books & created this character whose last name is Longears
    DD: $600 5
Zinc sheet
    DD: $1,500 15
A beryl named for a New York financier isn't johnite or pierpontite, but this
    $800 11
This song was a hit for John Mellencamp in 1984: ain't that America?
    $800 29
This Dutch city, now the home of the World Court, hosted one of the first major international peace conferences
    $800 24
He & his wife Lila launched Reader's Digest in 1922 with a press run of 5,000
    $800 22
Title question a baby bird asks of everything in sight in a P.D. Eastman "Beginner Book"
    $800 6
Rake, dig, rake
    $1000 16
Antimony is the usual base of this dark eye shadow used by Middle Eastern women
    $1000 12
In 1968 Glen Campbell sang of "The Dreams of" this woman
    $1000 26
"The Emperor of Ice-Cream" is a famous work by this poet whose day job was VP of an insurance company
    $1000 23
Robert Anderson's play title with a "musical" regret; the 1970 film version starred Gene Hackman
    $1000 8
Gee, dig her!

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sean Corey Jim
$3,200 $9,300 $3,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
Francois Mitterand said this world leader "has the lips of Marilyn Monroe and the eyes of Caligula"

Final scores:

Sean Corey Jim
$6,399 $11,500 $0
2nd place: a trip to Radisson Cable Beach Resort, Nassau, Bahamas New champion: $11,500 3rd place: Calypso watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sean Corey Jim
$3,900 $8,600 $3,500
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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