Show #3344 - Thursday, March 4, 1999

1999-A Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Melissa Sexstone, a senior from East Syracuse, New York

Trish Ranney, a senior from San Jose, California

Elizabeth Nyman, a sophomore from Jacksonville, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

TASMANIAN TIDBITS
1998 MOVIES
FAST FOOD CHOICES
WHO ARE YOU?
HINTS FROM HELOISE
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $100 26
Tasmania is this country's smallest state
    $100 1
Adam Sandler quenched America's thirst for comedy with this 1998 sports movie
    $100 6
Filet-O-Fish or a Quarter Pounder with Cheese
    $100 11
A Las Vegan may be called a Silver Stater, but this is the more common equivalent
    $100 16
Put these in the freezer for 15 minutes before you slice them so they won't make you cry
    $100 18
Peruse the environment in advance of jumping
    $200 27
Discovering the island in 1642, he named it Van Diemen's Land
    $200 2
One of the 2 animated movies about insects from a major studio released in 1998
    $200 7
Original Recipe or Extra Tasty Crispy
    $200 12
If he shows off, a person from Frankfurt is a hot dog, but either way he's one of these
    $200 17
You can use this grooming appliance to blow dust off a lampshade; make sure to set it to "cool" first
    $200 19
Much more heat than can be adequately managed
    $300 28
Also called wolfram, this metal used in lamp filaments is a big source of income
    $300 3
It was the 1998 sequel to "Babe"
    $300 8
A Butterfinger Blizzard or a Peanut Buster Parfait
    DD: $500 13
With this label you could be an ancient seafarer or a modern Arizonan
    $300 20
Pep up those boring rice cakes! Top them with jalapenos, picante sauce & these refried items
    $300 23
Toss a cap into a boxing arena
    $400 29
The island is home to the Tasmanian devil & this animal
    $400 4
After being one of the "Men in Black", he became an "Enemy of the State"
    $400 9
Biggie Fries or a Frosty
    $400 14
Dan Quayle asked the folks at Merriam-Webster to delete a derogatory definition of this term
    $400 21
To make your bathroom mirror sparkle, dab the "rubbing" type of this on a facial tissue & wipe clean
    $400 24
Snip the proboscis to punish the visage
    $500 30
The Derwent River in Tasmania has a concrete one of these floating bridges
    $500 5
Chris Rock voiced one of the animals that talked to this title doctor
    $500 10
Beef 'N Cheddar or a Jamocha Shake
    $500 15
You're a Muscovite if you're from Moscow, Russia & a Moscowan if you're from this state's Moscow
    $500 22
For a refreshing feeling, Heloise foams the menthol type of this men's product on her face while she's bathing
    $500 25
An oaf will be separated from any savings posthaste

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

Elizabeth Trish Melissa
$1,200 $2,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Trish Melissa
$2,300 $3,000 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE MASON-DIXON LINE
HEADGEAR
HIPPOCRATES' MEDICAL GUIDE
A BUG'S LIFE
CIVICS CLASS
AUTHORS' RHYME TIME
    $200 12
As well as surveyors, Mason & Dixon had this profession, Mason having worked at the Greenwich Observatory
    $200 9
From the Late Latin for "hooded cloak", it's the popular style of hat seen here
    $200 6
According to Hippocrates, it's the most healthy & least mortal of the 4 seasons
    $200 21
These bugs of the family Lampyridae are all aglow in summer
    $200 22
In the most common form of U.S. city government, a council is balanced by this executive
    $200 1
Defoe's dogs
    $400 13
As the boundary between slave & free states, the line extended along this river to the Mississippi
    $400 16
Sikh & you shall find the name of this headcovering
    $400 7
Hippocrates said sneezing cures these; medical science today advises that you breathe in a bag
    $400 27
It's hard to see just how many legs this bug has since it only comes out at night
    $400 23
Instead of a "standing" one, the House & Senate each have a "select" one on intelligence
    $400 2
R.L.'s evergreens
    DD: $300 14
The line settled a dispute between Maryland's Calverts & this family that ran the colony to the north
    $600 18
This hat shares its name with U.S. Forest Service personnel
    $600 8
A restricted one of these is bad, so don't eat just grapefruit or rutabagas
    $600 28
Different types of this insect transmit dengue fever as well as malaria
    $600 24
It's about 50% in U.S. national elections, 30 points lower than in western Europe
    $600 3
Orwell's ravines
    $800 15
With remarkable accuracy, Mason & Dixon set the line at 39 degrees 43'17.6" of this
    $800 19
They're the friendly religious group this hat is named for
    $800 10
Good old Hippocrates believed that a woman cannot become this, able to use both hands equally
    $800 29
Social wasps include hornets & these "well dressed" members, Vespula maculifrons
    $800 25
Wisconsin introduced this "fare" game that made AFDC recipients get jobs
    $800 4
Vidal's boutiques
    $1000 17
The term "Mason & Dixon's Line" was first used in the debate leading to this 1820 compromise
    $1000 20
This fur hat's name may come from a strict headmaster at England's Westminster School
    $1000 11
Hippocrates taught that cold sweats occuring with an acute one of these indicates death
    DD: $700 30
You'll find this wingless pest with a metallic name in many books; not as an entry, but as a feeder
    $1000 26
Constitutional amendment that prohibits privacy by banning "unreasonable searches and seizures"
    $1000 5
Dorothy's felt-tipped pens

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Trish Melissa
$7,000 $7,800 $5,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION ACTORS
Starting in 1984, he's played the same character continuously on 2 primetime shows over the last 15 seasons

Final scores:

Elizabeth Trish Melissa
$7,000 $11,000 $8,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Elizabeth Trish Melissa
$7,300 $7,800 $6,300
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
18 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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