Show #3158 - Wednesday, April 29, 1998

1998 Celebrity Invitational game 3.

Contestants

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Jack Ford, a news anchor from Weekend Today

Jeri Ryan, an actress from Star Trek: Voyager

Sinbad, an actor and comedian from film and television

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Jeopardy! Round

ARABIAN NIGHTS
GET THE VIBE
WASHINGTON D.C.
STAR WARS
THE UMPIRE STRIKES BACK
RETURN OF THE GETTY
    $100 13
This guy wasn't the first to rub his magic lamp, his mother was
    $100 1
You'll use these vibrating organs in your throat to give your response
    $100 11
You'll find the words of the Gettysburg Address inscribed on the walls of this memorial
    $100 5
In 1998 Texas cattlemen had a beef with this talk show queen, but the jury didn't swallow it
    $100 4
According to Major League rules, the ump starts the game with this single word, without "ball"
    $200 2
Named for an American seismologist, this kind of "scale" keeps track of earthquake vibes
    DD: $500 14
He reportedly called the FBI headquarters the ugliest building he'd ever seen; it was named for him anyway
    $200 6
This director testified at the 1998 trial of Jonathan Norman, who was convicted of stalking him
    $200 16
In 1996 Roberto Alomar of this baseball team spit on an umpire, who later threatened to kill him
    $300 3
Any vibe with sounds higher than 120 of these units can be painful to the human ear
    $300 15
It's the shape of the White House's diplomatic reception room, & of the president's office
    $300 7
In 1997 this show's Heather Locklear testified in a discrimination suit brought against Spelling Entertainment
    $300 17
Umpires are sometimes called "men in" this color, like some of the language they hear from players
    $400 10
If you hear this venomous reptile vibrating its segmented tail end, back off!
    $400 19
The Kennedy Center's Grand Foyer is so large this D.C. obelisk would fit in it, if laid on its side
    $400 8
In 1998 this "Pump Up the Volume" star mopped floors in jail while serving time for a drug-related crime
    $400 21
Umpires did this exactly 91 times to feisty manager Earl Weaver in his career
    $400 23
The Getty bought this Van Gogh painting, seen here, from an overextended Australian businessman
    $500 12
These animals studied in ichthyology have no external ears & use skull vibrations to hear
    $500 20
This floral festival takes place in late March or early April, even if the trees aren't in bloom yet
    $500 9
In 1976 Carol Burnett sued this tabloid for libel; she won in 1981
    $500 18
It's what the umpire may call if the pitcher makes a move to deceive a base runner
    $500 22
The Center includes 16,000 tons of Italian travertine, a type of this "stone" that also forms marble

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

Sinbad Jeri Jack
$1,100 $700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sinbad Jeri Jack
$1,100 $500 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

HENRY FORD
VOYAGERS
SEVEN
SO FUNNY IT'S SCARY
20 YEARS FROM NOW
CELEBRITY BOOKS
    $200 2
Henry's father William Ford emigrated to this U.S. state from Ireland in 1847
    $200 11
Of Columbus' 3 ships in 1492, the Nina & Pinta were smaller than this one
    $200 1
This actor starred in the movies "Se7en" & "Seven Years in Tibet"
    $200 6
In a 1955 film set in Egypt, this monster chases Abbott & Costello after Lou eats its medallion
    $200 21
The Rolling Stones' 2018 "Still Kickin'" tour begins in this "risen bird" city of Arizona
    $400 3
The name of Henry's only son, or a famous Ford flop of the '50s
    $400 16
Among the voyagers on this ship that set sail April 12, 1912 were Benjamin Guggenheim & J. Bruce Ismay
    $400 4
2 of this famous group of 7 are the Pyramids at Giza & the Lighthouse of Alexandria
    $400 7
The carnivorous plant in this black comedy screams "Feed me!"
    $400 22
I'm rich! After 20 years I finally cashed my IRA, which stands for this
    $600 12
In 1908 this model cost a whopping $850, but Ford's assembly line soon cut that in half
    $600 17
John Wesley Powell led the first successful navigation down this river through the Grand Canyon
    $600 20
It's the title of the movie seen here
    $600 8
This horror movie veteran played the inventor who put together Edward Scissorhands
    $600 23
In 2018, Tiffany I breaks tradition by becoming the first female one of these "Bishops of Rome"
    $800 13
A company that Henry built & then left was reorganized as this maker of Sevilles & Eldorados
    DD: $1,500 18
He was fit enough to survive for 5 years on the HMS Beagle working as a naturalist
    $800 19
This group's album "Seven and the Ragged Tiger" featured the song heard here
    $800 9
Death doesn't keep Griffin Dunne from warning David Naughton about the full moon in this film
    $800 24
With all my housework, I may order one of these genetic duplicates of myself from Sears
    $1000 14
Henry pioneered this type of engine in 1932, one year before the juice of the same name was invented
    $1000 15
Literary captain who was master of the whaling ship Pequod
    $1000 5
This 7-event track & field competition includes the long jump & the high jump
    $1000 10
The scientists in this 1935 sequel play with tiny people before they make the monster a mate
    $1000 25
Skating president Tonya is the USA's second president with this last name
    DD: $2,000 26
Like several of his films, this director's novel "A Child's Night Dream" touches upon Vietnam

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sinbad Jeri Jack
$2,800 $2,100 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AWARDS
This international organization won the first Nobel Peace Prize given after the start of World War II

Final scores:

Sinbad Jeri Jack
$3,600 $0 $3,400
Winner: $15,000 for the Children's Defense Fund 3rd place: $10,000 for St. Jude's Hospital 2nd place: $10,000 for the Women's Center of Monmouth County

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sinbad Jeri Jack
$6,300 $2,100 $5,100
13 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
9 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,500

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