Show #3438 - Wednesday, July 14, 1999

Contestants

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Tom Crawford, a graduate student from Chicago, Illinois

Katie Portnoy, a political analyst from Alexandria, Virginia

Karen Skochinski, a communications consultant and homemaker from Thunder Bay, Ontario (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

PASS THE DUCHY
CLOWNS
THAT YEAR'S HEADLINE
(Alex: You identify the year.)
A LITTLE GAME OF CARDS?
BREAKFAST MENU
BIRD WORDS & PHRASES
    $100 1
The name of this partner of Bosnia means "independent duchy"
    $100 17
Popular '50s kids' show that featured the clown seen here
("Clarabell")
    $100 2
Nathan Hale Executed for Spying!
    $100 7
Wes Cherry developed the version of this card game for one that came with Windows 95
    $100 4
You might start off your meal with half a grapefruit or these dried plums stewed
    $100 12
Many a slugabed has been reminded that "The early bird catches" this
    $200 21
Around 1015 it cut the mustard to be named capital of the duchy of Burgundy
    $200 18
In 1994 Annie Fratellini became the first woman inducted into this Wisconsin site
    $200 3
"Jeopardy!" Returns! Alex Trebek Hosts!
    $200 8
Put on your glasses to play this 48-card game; its name is from binocle, "pince-nez"
    $200 5
Tired of eating Special K from a bowl? It also comes in the form of these round waffles from Kellogg's
    $200 13
Originally a place in which fowl fought, it now often refers to the pilot's compartment in an airplane
    $300 22
In 1137 she inherited the duchy of Aquitaine & married Louis VII
    $300 25
(Bozo the Clown speaking) In October 1998 a big rig hauling 10 tons of these overturned on an L.A. freeway; Soupy Sales wasn't responsible (laughing)
    $300 28
Charlton Heston's "Ben-Hur" Premieres!
    $300 9
Fun for all ages, it's the game demonstrated here
    $300 6
Like Eggs Benedict, Eggs Sardou is topped with this creamy sauce
    $300 14
When forced to admit a mistake, you have to "eat" this bird (which is far from appetizing)
    $400 23
The area of the duchy of Brabant is split today between the Netherlands & this country
    $400 26
The ISCA is an association of this Masonic organization's clowns
    DD: $500 29
Treaty of Ghent Signed Ending War of 1812!
    $400 10
In the game of authors, it takes this many cards to form a "book"
    $400 19
Craig Claiborne says, "Breakfast in the South without" this side dish "borders on the unthinkable"
    $400 15
If you're completely undressed, you're as "naked as" this bird that's noisy & often bright blue
    $500 24
The European Investment Bank is headquartered in this grand duchy
    $500 27
This clown stars in the animated video "The Legend of Grimace Island"
    $500 11
In Vegas casinos the 8 decks used to play baccarat are held in & dealt from a really big one of these
    $500 20
Often cooked with vegetables & served open-faced, it's the Italian version of an omelet
    $500 16
It's a "homicidal" phrase for achieving 2 goals with a single effort

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

Karen Katie Tom
-$400 $100 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Katie Tom
$600 $1,500 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS
HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
QUOTATIONS
THE CINEMA
THE CIVIL WAR
"GRANT"s & "LEE"s
    $200 1
Among the items that have been sold on her website are a Coven party fan & Lestat cologne & wine
    $200 7
Turkey invaded the northern part of this island nation in 1974
    $200 21
Thoreau wrote that this "is the bared and bended arm of Massachusetts: the shoulder is at Buzzards Bay"
    $200 16
Stallone's 3-movie Vietnam vet
    $200 12
After this city fell April 2, 1865, federal troops placed a Union flag on top of the Confederate capitol
    $200 6
He was added & cut from Pamela Anderson's life
    $400 2
This comedienne's "Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe" was inspired by her aunt's cafe in Alabama
    $400 8
After freeing it from France, Toussaint L'Ouverture became the first ruler of this nation
    $400 22
John Adams wrote of this 1773 event, "There is a dignity, a majesty...in this last effort of the patriots that I greatly admire"
    $400 17
This actress gave birth to Robertino Rossellini in 1950
    $400 13
In 1863 Lincoln met with this orator who urged full equality for black troops
    $400 29
In the '70s this golfer's followers were known as his "Fleas"
    $600 3
He gave us the line "Love means never having to say you're sorry"
    $600 9
By 900 A.D. Harold Fairhair had become the first king of this Scandinavian nation
    DD: $1,000 23
This American said of April 12, 1945, "I felt like the moon and the stars and all the planets had fallen on me"
    $600 18
"How Green Was My Valley" won a Best Picture Oscar for this year, the same year "Citizen Kane" was released
    $600 14
This Confederate general with the given names James Ewell Brown was famous for his rides "around McClellan"
    DD: $200 30
At an early age, she stripped herself of the name Rose Louise Hovick
    $800 4
He published "The Andromeda Strain" in 1969, during his last year in medical school
    $800 10
Under the leadership of Nasser, this union of Egypt & Syria was proclaimed Feb. 1, 1958
    $800 24
This Spaniard's mom said if he were a monk, he'd wind up pope; he said, "Instead, I became a painter & wound up as (me)"
    $800 19
Klaus Kinski played this title sucker in 1979; Max Schreck played him in 1922
    $800 15
Ezra Church & Chickamauga were among the battles fought in this state
    $800 25
In a high-round draft choice in 1994, the Pistons picked up steam with the addition of this player
    $1000 5
Several of her suspense novels including "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" derive their titles from old songs
    $1000 11
Until 1972 this was the name of the Indian Ocean island whose current name means "resplendent land"
    $1000 27
Wordsworth called this author's "Candide" a "dull product of a scoffer's pen"
    $1000 20
Donald Pleasance & Charles Gray have both portrayed this diabolical James Bond nemesis
    $1000 28
After moving to England, this Confederate spy married her former captor, lieutenant Sam Hardinge
    $1000 26
The bill creating these colleges was signed into law by Abraham Lincoln

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Karen Katie Tom
$2,600 $1,500 $6,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE GOVERNMENT
With only 49, this state's government has the fewest legislators

Final scores:

Karen Katie Tom
$2,199 $100 $6,000
2nd place: Trip to Outrigger Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii 3rd place: Olympus Centurion S Zoom Lens Camera New champion: $6,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Karen Katie Tom
$3,600 $2,000 $6,400
13 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,000

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