Show #3435 - Friday, July 9, 1999

Contestants

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Doug Bennett, a software engineer from San Diego, California

Laura Miller, a writer from Los Angeles, California

Terry Anderson, a production assistant from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

BESTSELLERS
I DO KNOW JACK
A WORLD OF SOUP
& A BIBLE PERSON TO BE NAMED LATER
40 YEARS OF BARBIE
COMMON BONDS
    $100 6
Neale Donald Walsch, author of "Conversations with" this being, says that anybody can have them
    $100 10
The personification of freezing weather, he might nip at your nose
    $100 15
In Italian minestrina is a thin soup; this related word describes a thick vegetable soup
    $100 20
Oscar Wilde made a veiled reference to this woman, unnamed in the Bible when she danced before Herod
    $100 1
Mattel introduced Barbie in 1959; this boyfriend came along 2 years later
    $100 26
Your legs,
your T's,
the Rubicon
    $200 7
In the crime tale "Pretend You Don't See Her", a woman leaves NYC for Minneapolis in this federal "program"
    $200 11
This first modern black major leaguer was also the first black player inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame
    $200 17
The Mexican soup menudo, like the "hair of the dog", is supposedly a cure for this condition
    $200 21
Unnamed in the Bible, this queen is called Balkis or Bilqis in other places; Solomon didn't ask
    $200 2
Barbie's shoulder-length flip style hair cut of the 1960s was inspired by this star of TV's "That Girl"
    $200 27
The sun,
kids with measles,
Dalmatians
    $300 8
In 1999 David Reuben published an updated version of this "sex"y, long-titled bestseller of 1970
    $300 12
It's the tool heard here
    $300 18
The lamb lies down with the barley in the "Scotch" type of this liquid food
    $300 22
"The Prince of Egypt" says Seti gave the order to kill the newborn Hebrews & adopted this Hebrew boy
    $300 3
In the early '70s this Barbie with the name of a California beach community sported a tan & had fun in the sun
    $300 28
A player at bat,
your dog,
the plank
    $400 9
Leon Uris had a 1976 bestseller with "Trinity", a novel of this country
    $400 13
Term for someone who tries anything & everything but is not an expert in any one field
    $400 19
We'll take the "risque" that you can name this creamy French soup usually made with seafood
    $400 23
Latin for "wise men", they were later named Melchior, Gaspar & Balthazar
    DD: $400 4
In celebration of Barbie's 40th anniversary, this "costumer to the stars" designed the doll seen here
("Papillon Barbie")
    $400 29
A sword,
a bitter pill,
your words
    $500 16
Richard Carlson counsels stress cases in "Don't Sweat" this "...and it's all" this
    $500 14
The 2 "Odd Couple" stars from the big & small screen who fit the category
    $500 25
Sopa de frijol negro translates as this traditional Cuban fare
    $500 24
Dismas, the penitent one of these, & Gestas, the impenitent one, died by crucifixion & acquired their names much later
    $500 5
This creator of Barbie named the doll after her daughter Barbara
    $500 30
Trout,
loose change in your pockets,
compliments

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Terry Laura Doug
$700 $1,900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Laura Doug
$2,700 $2,500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE IN HISTORY
"GAY"IETY
REALLY TOUGH CAPITALS
'50s POP MUSIC
(Alex: 1950s pop music.)
EGAD! MORE POET-TREE!
BEFORE & AFTER
    $200 11
Letizia Ramolino Buonaparte was just 18 when she gave birth to him in 1769
    $200 20
Term for the decade just before the turn of the 19th to the 20th century
    $200 6
In southwestern Asia:
Kabul
    $200 25
As he first recorded it, "Tutti-Frutti" was a bit risque, so it was toned down when released as a single in 1955
    $200 1
"The trees are white with dust" in this "Hiawatha" author's poem "The Jewish Cemetery at Newport"
    $200 15
18th U.S. president who painted "American Gothic"
    $400 12
This king of Aragon was so consummate a politician he was a model for Machiavelli's "The Prince"
    $400 21
In August 1945 the B-29 named this dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima
    $400 7
North of Iran:
Baku
    $400 26
Title men on the charts in 1958 included the Kingston Trio's "Tom Dooley" & his "Johnny B. Goode"
    $400 2
"The Haunted Tree" is a haunting poem by this Lake poet
    $400 16
Australian golfing great "Stormin'" the Iraqi desert in 1991
    $600 13
This suffragist from Adams, Mass. was an agent for the American Anti-Slavery Society from 1856 to 1861
    $600 22
This 1934 Astaire-Rogers film featured the Oscar-winning song "The Continental"
    $600 8
In northeastern Africa:
Djibouti
    DD: $2,000 27
In 1950 Patti Page had a No. 1 hit with this, later a state song
    $600 3
"My apple tree will never get across and eat the cones under his pines", he wrote in "Mending Wall"
    $600 17
Female "Grease" star leading "The Green Berets" into battle
    $800 14
Elected governor of Oaxaca in 1847, by the end of the 1850s he was the provisional president of Mexico
    DD: $2,000 23
This N.Y. Times journalist has written celebrity profiles for Esquire & novels like "Thy Neighbor's Wife"
    $800 9
On the Arabian Peninsula:
Doha
    $800 28
Having sold Elvis to RCA, this label had a new star in 1956 -- Johnny Cash
    $800 4
His poem "The Pine Forest of the Cascine Near Pisa" was published by his wife Mary after his death
    $800 18
"Lady Chatterley's Lover" author who leads his big band in playing "Champagne Music"
    $1000 19
In 1791 John Rutledge left the U.S. Supreme Court to be chief justice of this feisty Southern state, his home
    $1000 24
His "Beggar's Opera" was turned into "The Threepenny Opera"
    $1000 10
In south central Africa:
Lusaka
    $1000 29
Dave White, Frank Maffei & Joe Terranova made up this backup group of Danny Rapp
    $1000 5
Harlem poet who wrote "Rest at pale evening... a tall slim tree... night coming tenderly black like me"
    $1000 30
"Make Room for Daddy" star who chronicled "Jude the Obscure"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Laura Doug
$13,100 $4,700 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC CINEMA
This 1957 film opens with the judge's instructions to the jury in a murder trial

Final scores:

Terry Laura Doug
$8,100 $9,399 $0
2nd place: Trip to Presidente Inter-Continental Hotel, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico New champion: $9,399 3rd place: His & Hers Croton Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry Laura Doug
$10,500 $4,700 $6,800
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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