Show #3159 - Thursday, April 30, 1998

1998 Celebrity Invitational game 4.

Contestants

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Stephen King, from The Night Flyer

Robin Quivers, from The Howard Stern Show

Regis Philbin, from Live with Regis and Kathie Lee

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Jeopardy! Round

STATES OF THE UNION
PUMP YOU UP
(Alex: In honor of one of our guests...)
KINGS
MOVIE DEBUTS
IT'S ALL RELATIVE
(Alex: In honor of another of our guests...)
"BRAIN" SURGERY
    $100 1
Trekking through the River of No Return Wilderness Area in this state will turn "Boise" to men
    $100 3
Don't use these anabolic lipids when bulking up; they can have serious side effects
    $100 15
This country's King Louis XVI was guillotined in the square once named for King Louis XV
    $100 2
He debuted in "The Long Good Friday" in 1980, became Remington Steele in 1982 & now he's 007
    $100 26
Shirley MacLaine is this to Warren Beatty
    $100 9
In "The Wizard of Oz" the Scarecrow sings this lament
    $200 5
The first president from this state was the first president, George Washington
    $200 14
In 1982 Chris Dickerson was Mr. Olympia & Rachel McLish, seen here, had this title
    $200 16
King Juan Carlos attended the army, navy & air academies & the university of this Spanish capital
    $200 4
Millie Perkins was a teenage model before she starred in "The Diary of" this famous teenager in 1959
    $200 10
It's done with indoctrination & persuasion, not soap & water
    $300 6
By far, it's the state with the most foreign-born people in its population
    $300 17
From the Latin for "heat", bodybuilders know to fuel up with food high in these heat units
    $300 23
Rama IX could say yes, Siam king of what is now this Asian country
    $300 11
This singer made her film debut in "The Love Parade" opposite Maurice Chevalier, not Nelson Eddy
    $300 20
1983 movie comedy with Steve Martin as cranial surgeon Michael Hfuhruhurr
    $400 7
Colorado is called the Centennial State because it entered the Union in this year
    $400 18
Bodybuilder Lou Ferrigno pumped up as this big green guy on TV
    $400 24
He lost the American colonies for good in 1783 & lost his mind for good in 1810
    DD: $400 12
Dick Van Dyke was happy to make his debut in this 1963 film seen here:
("Put on a Happy Face")
    $400 21
Rhyming term for a loss of intellectual talent to another company or country
    $500 8
This state sits on the east side of the Bering Strait
    $500 19
This manufacturer of fitness equipment shares its name with a chambered shell
    $500 25
A breed of spaniel is named for England's second king of this name
    $500 13
The 1945 film "Rhapsody in Blue" introduced Alan Alda's dad Robert Alda as this composer
    $500 22
This Superman foe is really Vril Dox from the planet Colu

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Regis Robin Stephen
$200 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Regis Robin Stephen
$100 $2,300 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

TOUGH HISTORY
(Alex: Here's one for you, Robin...)
PRIVATE PARTS
PINPOINTS ON THE MAP
"DAY" & "NIGHT"!
CASTLE
ROCK
    $200 19
During the Boer War, this future British prime minister escaped from a prison camp in Pretoria
    $200 4
No beans about it, this pair of organs helps maintain blood pressure & wash away waste
    $200 1
This Wisconsin city is the least populous city in the name of an NFL franchise
    $200 9
When this begins in April, remember to "spring forward"
    $200 24
A famous castle in Anaheim's Disneyland is named for this celebrated snoozer
    $200 5
In 1996 Roger Daltrey & other members of this group reunited for a new presentation of "Quadrophenia"
    $400 20
In May 1502, with his son Ferdinand, he set sail on his fourth & last transatlantic voyage
    $400 15
In most women after age 50, these egg-producing organs stop functioning
    $400 2
The Colorado Belle in this Nevada town is a riverboat-shaped casino on the banks of the Colorado River
    $400 10
Before "Dave's World", Harry Anderson kept disorder as Judge Harry T. Stone on this sitcom
    $400 25
When you daydream, you're said to build "castles in" this
    $400 6
The last name of rocker Eddie who "cashed in" on the 1978 hit heard here:
("Two Tickets To Paradise")
    $600 21
She claimed that St. Catherine, St. Margaret, & St. Michael told her to free the city of Orleans from the English
    DD: $1,000 16
Veins carry blood to the heart & these vessels like the aorta carry it away
    $600 3
Once a whaling center, Edgartown is now a resort area on this Massachusetts island
    $600 11
This actor proved himself a fighter in both "My Left Foot" & 1997's "The Boxer"
    DD: $1,000 26
Much of this musical that features the following is set in a castle:
    $600 7
In 1985 he fled "The Police" to release his first solo album, "The Dream of the Blue Turtles"
    $800 23
This "Great" czar, born in 1672, was prone to violent anger & sometimes beat his subordinates with a stick
    $800 17
The gallbladder, in which extra bile is stored, lies just below this organ
    $800 22
Utica in this state chose its name in 1798 by drawing it out of a hat
    $800 12
Before 1997's "Titanic", there was this 1958 film about the ship, based on a Walter Lord book
    $800 8
Despite hits like "Un-Break My Heart", this singer recently announced she's broke
    $1000 28
This generalissimo from El Ferrol, Spain was often known simply as El Caudillo -- "The Leader"
    $1000 18
You wouldn't want to visit the islets of Langerhans; they produce insulin in this organ
    $1000 27
Not Dayton, Ohio, but Dayton in this state was the site of the Scopes Monkey Trial
    $1000 14
Make the most of this clue & tell us the literal translation of "carpe diem"
    $1000 13
Ironically, Tina Turner's first solo hit in 1984 was a remake of this Al Green hit

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Regis Robin Stephen
$3,100 $7,500 $7,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1998 TOURNAMENT OF ROSES PARADE
In the parade line-up, this company's float was 57th

Final scores:

Regis Robin Stephen
$4,200 $14,500 $12,100
3rd place: $10,000 for the Ara Parseghian Medical Research Foundation Winner: $15,000 for the Child Abuse Prevention Program 2nd place: $12,100 for the Bangor YMCA

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Regis Robin Stephen
$3,100 $7,100 $9,000
10 R,
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
22 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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