Show #3441 - Monday, July 19, 1999

Contestants

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Mary Campbell, a lawyer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Shane Richman, a farmer from Scholls, Oregon

Vic Chandhok, a mediator from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,101)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE WILD WEST
SIMPLY SIMON
OLD MEDICINE TERMS
E BEFORE I
(Alex: In each correct response, the "E" will immediately precede the letter "I".)
BRIT READ
THE GREEN HORNET
    $100 9
In the 1890s tourists took a 2-day ride from Flagstaff to its south rim
    $100 1
This CBS private eye series starred Jameson Parker & Gerald McRaney
    $100 8
Ague is an outdated term for this tropical disease spread by mosquitos
    $100 20
You get it off a certain duck's breast
    $100 6
In Feb. 1999 his "The Testament" was London's top hardback & his "The Street Lawyer" was top paperback
    $100 25
Brit Reid was related to this masked crimefighter of the Old West
    $200 10
As a captain in this fabled law enforcement group, Jack Hays was assigned to protect San Antonio
    $200 2
simonsays.com is the web address of this publishing company founded in 1924
    $200 16
This name for tuberculosis referred to the wasting away of the patient
    $200 21
This "judicious" actor fantasized about Phoebe Cates in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"
    $200 7
Her "Story" by Andrew Morton was released in March 1999
    $200 26
The Green Hornet's car, it shares its name with an Anna Sewell horse
    $300 11
The one Kansas opened in 1867 was basically copied from the one in Joliet, Illinois
    $300 3
Starring Ben Kingsley, "Murderers Among Us" was a TV biography of this Nazi hunter
    $300 17
Julius Caesar probably suffered from attacks of this, which Shakespeare calls "falling-sickness"
    $300 22
An unmarried lady in a German house
    $300 13
In "Glamorama", this "American Psycho" author takes on the world of supermodels
    $300 27
In the 1960s he played Kato on TV
    $400 12
Along with Chief Joseph, Looking Glass was a leader of this Indian tribe
    $400 4
Her first Top Ten hit was "That's the Way I've Always Heard It Should Be" in 1971
    $400 18
Grippe refers to a contagious disease characterized by feverishness, especially this one
    $400 23
It can mean simply to exalt, or more often, to make a god of
    DD: $500 14
He tinkered & tailored with "Single and Single" & made it a bestseller
    $400 28
Buzz in & tell us that this Rimsky-Korsakov piece was the Green Hornet's theme
    $500 30
This legendary marshal joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1873, but only stayed a short time
    $500 5
Roger Moore & Ian Ogilvy have both played this character, also called the Saint, on British TV
    $500 19
Visible exhalations of gas or steam, or an old term for depression or hypochondria
    $500 24
He's the Greek god of horses & earthquakes, as well as waters
    $500 15
This author of 1970's "The Female Eunuch" is back with "The Whole Woman"
    $500 29
In the 1940 movie serial, Kato was played by Keye Luke, who alsp played this movie detective's number one son

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Vic Shane Mary
$2,000 $200 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Vic Shane Mary
$2,500 $0 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
SPORTS NICKNAMES
WORLD OF RELIGION
ARTSY TYPES
WORLD LEADERS
"F" WORDS
    $200 18
In 1909 Roald Amundsen set his hopes on being here first, then found out Peary had beaten him to it
    $200 1
A nightmare for opposing teams, the Rockets' Hakeem Olajuwon sports this nickname
    $200 11
In February 1988, after confessing on live TV to be a sinner, this preacher stepped down from the pulpit
    $200 26
George Cruikshank did classic illustrations of these brothers' fairy tales when they appeared in English
    $200 5
Yugoslavia:
1945-1980
    $200 13
From the French for "promise" or "trust", it's one's bride-to-be
    $400 19
It was John C. Fremont who gave the entrance to San Francisco's bay this name
    $400 2
Better-known name of mammoth billiards master Rudolf Wanderone
    $400 12
Asgard was home to the Norse gods & this most famous palace
    DD: $200 27
Best known for her images of the Southwest, she was born in Wisconsin in November 1887
    $400 6
India:
1947-1964
    $400 14
Derived from Japanese, it's a cotton-filled mattress used on the floor or on a frame; it also makes a nice sofa
    $600 20
After serving as governor of Puerto Rico, he was given permission to look for a certain fountain
    $600 3
One of the rhyming nicknames of the 2-sport Mr. Sanders
    $600 23
After riots by his opponents, St. Paul was arrested & taken to this city where he's believed to have been executed
    $600 28
Fragonard was an 18th C. exponent of this style whose name is related to barocco, Italian for "Baroque"
    $600 7
Egypt:
1970-1981
    DD: $2,200 15
In 1957 Strom Thurmond engaged in one for 24 hours & 18 minutes, speaking against a civil rights bill
    $800 21
When Ferdinand Magellan set out to circle the globe for Spain, he had renounced his citizenship of this country
    $800 4
Houston Oiler Billy Johnson's colorful nickname
    $800 24
In voodoo ritual, a houngan is a male one of these; a mambo, female
    $800 29
This "elder" painter whose work is seen here only lived into his 40s
    $800 8
West Germany:
1949-1963
    $800 16
It's the body of an airplane minus the wings, the tail & the engines
    $1000 22
The first Japanese possession the U.S. took in WWII was Kwajalein, an island in the group named for this explorer
    $1000 9
Golf's Craig Stadler has been tagged with this marine mammal nickname
    $1000 25
This man who began his gospel with Jesus & John the Baptist in the wilderness is symbolized by a lion
    $1000 30
Change one letter in van Dyck to get the name of this master of 15th century Flemish art
    $1000 10
Zaire:
1965-1997
    $1000 17
It's the proper term for a tightrope walker in a circus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Vic Shane Mary
$9,700 $6,000 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

PLACE NAMES
Its original name, Wai Momi, & its current name both come from the valuable mollusks once found there

Final scores:

Vic Shane Mary
$5,399 $6,000 $100
2nd place: New York City Trip with Broadway Shows New champion: $6,000 3rd place: Samsung 28" Stereo TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Vic Shane Mary
$9,900 $4,400 $6,900
26 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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