Show #3498 - Wednesday, November 17, 1999

1999-B Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.
From the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York City.

Contestants

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Michael Boatman, from Spin City

Shawn Colvin, a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter from Carbondale, Illinois

Jon Stewart, from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL "T"s
NEW YORK CITY TELEVISION
COUNTRIES BY COLLEGE
(Alex: We'll give you the colleges, you give us the country.)
(Alex: Our next category is devoted to the works of the popular artist Al...)
HIRSCHFELD
POWER DINING
ALL STARS
    $100 19
This novel was originally published in 1844 as "Les Trois Mousquetaires"
    $100 9
Ross has worked for NYC's Museum of Natural History on this show about 6 Manhattanites
    $100 6
The University of Sunderland,
the University of Sheffield,
Oxford University
    $100 24
Say "Hello" to this "Dolly" portrayed here
    $100 14
A synonym for blackjack, or a "numerical" restaurant on West 52nd Street
    $100 1
This Cardinal slugger hit his 500th career homer in 1999
    $200 20
In titles of Edgar Rice Burroughs novels, this name precedes "Lord of the Jungle" & "of the Apes"
    $200 10
Issued in November of '99, the stamp seen here honors a classic sitcom ("All in the Family") set in this NYC borough
    $200 7
The Emile Cohl School,
the University of Toulouse,
the University of Provence
    $200 25
Broadway's Diamond Lil; come up and see her sometime
    $200 15
Whether you prefer beluga or sevruga, it's the specialty of Petrossian on West 58th Street
    $200 2
Nicknamed "The Rocket", this pitcher won 3 Cy Young Awards with the Red Sox & 2 with the Blue Jays
    $300 21
Jim Hawkins spies on Long John Silver from an apple barrel in this Robert Louis Stevenson novel
    $300 11
Louie, Latka & Elaine all worked for the Sunshine Cab Co. on this NYC sitcom
    $300 8
Chiba University,
Waseda University,
Fukuoka Junior College
    $300 26
No kidding! This funnyman often gets conducted for the New York Philharmonic
    $300 16
Possibly the most romantic restaurant in Brooklyn, the River Cafe overlooks this river
    $300 3
Flags at Dodger Stadium flew at half-staff after this '50s all-star died Aug. 14, 1999
    DD: $900 22
This Southern novel about defense lawyer Atticus Finch is narrated by his daughter
    $400 12
His preppy character Alex P. Keaton might have prepared him for his yuppie NYC character Michael Flaherty
    $400 27
Star of "The Lady and Her Music", seen here
    $400 17
This railroad terminal on 42nd Street is home to a world-famous oyster bar
    $400 4
One of the 2 all-stars who reached the 3,000-hit mark in 1999
    $500 23
A man travels over 800,000 years in this title device only to have it stolen by Morlocks
    $500 13
He's the veteran actor seen here who played a NYC cop on "Barney Miller"
    $500 28
You should recognize this Broadway star in "nothing" flat
    $500 18
Perhaps your caricature is on the wall in this theatre district landmark at 234 West 44th St.
    $500 5
This Minnesota Twin inspired the Kirby Bear, a stuffed doll wearing his No. 34 jersey

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jon Shawn Michael
$2,300 $700 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Shawn Michael
$4,100 $1,500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

R-RATED OPERAS
NYSE
(Alex: The New York Stock Exchange.)
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
PEOPLE
THE BIG APPLE
ALL "STAR"S
    $200 21
In a Saint-Saens opera, Samson succumbs to the charms of this Philistine woman & ends up dead
    $200 16
The Miss America pageant was begun to extend the Atlantic City tourist season past this holiday
    $200 1
The first name of this "Ally McBeal" star means "most beautiful" in Greek
    $200 6
About 65 percent of you & about 85 percent of an apple consist of this
    $200 11
In the 1980s the Strategic Defense Initiative was given this nickname
    $400 17
It's Keep America Beautiful month, & the month in which you'd find Earth Day
    DD: $1,700 2
(Alex: To read the clue, now appearing in "The Royal Tour", please welcome Dame Edna Everage) England's current royal family belongs to the House of this; it's also the name of a castle
    $400 7
It's what John Smith could have called his dad's mom, or a variety of green apple grown in the U.S.
    $400 12
It's a term for the right-hand side of a ship, facing forward
    DD: $2,000 24
(Alex gives the clue from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange) In 1882 this reporter formed a famous partnership with Edward Jones
    $600 18
On February 25 this Asian nation celebrates the fall of Ferdinand Marcos in 1986
    $600 3
In 1976, at the ripe old age of 25, this future "Dateline" anchor succeeded Barbara Walters on "Today"
    $600 8
Hawkeye Pierce of "M*A*S*H" hailed from a Maine "cove" that shared its name with this type of small wild apple
    $600 13
If this 5-armed creature loses a limb, it can regenerate a new one
    $800 23
Until June 1997 this was the smallest fraction of a dollar used in NYSE trading
    $800 19
It's St. Clement Hofbauer's feast day; it wasn't a good one for Julius Caesar
    $800 4
He wrote the script to "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" in 3 weeks
    $800 9
Products from apples include jelly, vinegar & this apple brandy that partly bears a man's name
    $800 14
Ed McMahon hosted this show on which aspiring performers competed in categories like TV Spokesmodel
    $1000 22
In March 1999 this beer company got a listing on the exchange, with the appropriate symbol RKY
    $1000 20
Hey, it's October 23, Chulalongkorn Day, in this southeast Asian country; shall we dance?
    $1000 5
While in college, this Chicago Sun-Times film critic was editor of the Daily Illini student newspaper
    $1000 10
At 976,300,000 bushels, this Asian country led the world in apple production in 1998; the U.S. was 2nd at 271,100,000
    $1000 15
Slang for an astronomer, it can also mean a daydreamer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jon Shawn Michael
$11,500 $3,600 $4,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MODERN MARRIAGE
He's the only president of the United States who had been divorced

Final scores:

Jon Shawn Michael
$23,000 $7,200 $8,200
Winner: $23,000 for the American Red Cross 3rd place: $10,000 for NARAS 2nd place: $10,000 for the Carver Center & the Children's Aid Society

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jon Shawn Michael
$10,100 $2,300 $3,600
22 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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