Show #3436 - Monday, July 12, 1999

Contestants

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Jim Austgen, a system analyst from Winfield, Illinois

Brad Golstein, a design center manager from Woodland Hills, California

Laura Miller, a writer from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,399)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.N. SECRETARIES-GENERAL
SONGS
THE NEW CAR LOT
"TU"
MANY IRONS
IN THE FIRE
    $100 22
This current Secretary-General is the first U.N. career official to hold the post
    $100 6
It's what "everybody in the whole cell block was dancin' to"
    $100 7
This company's '99 Quest minivan & Mercury's '99 Villager -- same thing
    $100 1
The University of Phoenix has a branch in this city
    $100 9
This mythical barrier cut off the Soviet Union & its friends after World War II
    $100 21
Many 17th century New York City households had one of these to form a brigade in case of fire
    $200 23
At the time only a secretary-general to-be, this Egyptian played a major role in the 1979 Arab-Israeli peace accord
    $200 19
Willie Nelson must be "wond'rin' what in the world did I do" by writing this Patsy Cline hit
    $200 8
Cadillac doesn't want to rub you the wrong way with its new optional front seats that do this to you
    $200 3
Henry VII was the first ruler from this family on the throne of England
    $200 10
The male lead in "The French Lieutenant's Woman"; Meryl Streep played the title character
    $200 25
Since 1932 this brand has provided reliable flames for soldiers, campers & others
    $300 24
In the 1960s this Burmese secretary-general sought to apply Buddhist principles to international problem solving
    $300 20
"It's a marvelous night for" this Van Morrison hit, "with the stars up above in your eyes"
    $300 11
This Chrysler brand has flown the coop with the end of production of its Talon
    $300 4
Creature seen here in a non-candid photo
    $300 14
It's gold! Gold, I tell you! Gold!!! Oh, no -- it's not... it's this, fool's gold
    $300 28
Oliver Wendell Holmes said not to falsely yell "Fire" in one of these, where 850 Viennese died Dec. 8, 1881
    $400 26
Trying to resolve problems in the Congo, this Swedish secretary-general died in a plane crash in Africa in 1961
    DD: $1,500 17
Having this title problem, Barry Manilow sings, "I can't laugh and I can't sing, I'm finding it hard to do anything"
    $400 12
The '99 Saab 9-5 offers a real cool option: this is "refrigerated"
    $400 2
From the Latin for "uproar", it's a confusion of voices
    $400 15
Bruce Dickinson was the lead singer of this British heavy metal band
    $400 29
Peshtigo, Wisc. was destroyed by a fire that began Oct. 8, 1871, the same day as this city's Great Fire
    $500 27
This Oslo-born secretary-general served in the Norwegian government in exile during WWII
    $500 18
A standard song says of this "fickle friend", it "came blowin' in from across the sea"
    $500 13
Your pocketbook may not "Bond" with the $130,000 base price of its DB7 Coupe
    $500 5
The ruins of Carthage are in this country
    $500 16
This Prusso-German statesman was the "Iron Chancellor"
    $500 30
2-word phrase for what sometimes happens to oily rags & often happens to the drummers of Spinal Tap

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Laura Brad Jim
-$300 $2,700 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Brad Jim
$700 $2,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

AWARDS
THE MOVIES
(Alex: Hey, good subject for Laura!)
THEIR COUNTRY'S LAST MONARCH
(Alex: You identify the country.)
RELIGION BY THE NUMBERS
NAME THE POET
ANIMAL GROUPS
    $200 11
You might have to take a bullet to earn one of these
    $200 6
Mike Myers travels from '60s London to Vegas in the '90s as this "International Man of Mystery"
    $200 12
This legendary dozen included 2 Jameses, 2 Judases & an eventual replacement named Matthias
    $200 1
"Listen, my children, and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere"
    $400 17
Richard Pryor was the first recipient of a Kennedy Center humorists' prize named for this American author
    $400 7
John Lithgow played a transsexual former football player in this 1982 movie based on a John Irving novel
    $400 25
In 1893 the queen seen here (Liliuokalani) became the last monarch of this country
    $400 13
The sixth of these was an outbreak of boils & sores
    $400 2
"Whan that Aprill with his shoures soote the droghte of March hath perced to the roote"
    $400 21
This word can refer to laziness, a 2-toed mammal, or a group of bears
    $600 22
In "Good Will Hunting", Stellan Skarsgard had a Fields Medal, called "The Nobel Prize of" this discipline
    $600 8
John Larroquette played Captain Stillman in this wacky 1981 comedy about misfits in the Army
    $600 26
1952:
Infant king Fu'ad II
    $600 14
It's the Greek term meaning "5 tools" that represents the 1st 5 books of the Bible
    DD: $600 3
"His pride had cast him out from heaven, with all his host of rebel angels"
    $600 18
This term for a group of elk also applies to sharks (the ones in "West Side Story")
    $800 23
"Pearls for Pigs" was 1998's best play in these off-Broadway awards given by the Village Voice
    $800 9
Julia Ormond was the chauffeur's daughter in love with a rich playboy in this 1995 update of a 1954 classic
    DD: $1,000 27
1910:
King Manuel II
    $800 15
For Muslims:
witnessing, prayer, alms giving, fasting & pilgrimage
    $800 4
"Tho' I've belted you an' flayed you, by the livin' gawd that made you, you're a better man than I am, Gunga Din"
    $800 19
It's a feather filling for quilts, as well as a group of hares
    $1000 24
Theodore Hesburgh, once president of this university, has been awarded over 100 honorary degrees
    $1000 10
In 1985 Helena Bonham Carter portrayed this historic "Lady" on film
    $1000 28
1947:
Eastern Europe's King Michael
    $1000 16
Right effort, right speech & right action are 3 parts of this noble Buddhist way
    $1000 5
"To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower"
    $1000 20
Wisconsin folks know a cete is a group of these carnivores

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Laura Brad Jim
$7,700 $4,900 $1,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

IN THE BOOKSTORE
(Alex: And it will be a video final!)
Bestselling author seen here
(she's holding a large "A" & a large "Z")

Final scores:

Laura Brad Jim
$5,599 $3,900 $1,625
2-day champion: $14,998 2nd place: Trip to Couples Resort, Jamaica 3rd place: Calypso Key Largo Watches

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Laura Brad Jim
$7,700 $7,400 $1,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
22 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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