Show #2810 - Friday, November 15, 1996

1996 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 5.

Contestants

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Alicia Witt, an actress from Cybill

Renee Taylor, a writer and actress from The Nanny

Robert Loggia, an actor from the movie Independence Day

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC AMERICANS
MUSEUMS
PEOPLE
RELIGION
3-LETTER ANATOMY
VIVA LAS VEGAS
    $100 1
The state of Franklin, which had its own governor but was never admitted to the Union, was named for him
    $100 19
A Hibbing, Minn. museum traces the history of this bus company founded there in 1914 using Hupmobiles
    $100 2
This current Bulls player holds the career NBA record for points scored per game with 32.2
    $100 7
The title of this leader of a Jewish congregation means "my master" in Hebrew
    $100 9
When you pout you stick it out
    $100 21
New in 1996, Caesars Magical Empire is a subterranean dining & magic experience of this famed hotel
    $200 8
This president's enemies called him "King Andrew I", but he's better-known as "Old Hickory"
    $200 20
A replica of a rubber plantation is displayed at this company's World of Rubber Museum in Akron, Ohio
    $200 3
The father of this actor best known as Lt. Frank Drebin in the "Naked Gun" movies was a Canadian Mountie
    $200 13
This apostle who denied he knew Jesus 3 times is sometimes called the "Apostle to the Jews"
    $200 10
Mark Antony wanted you to lend it so he could bend it
    $300 11
He called his beautiful hilltop estate Monticello, which is Italian for "little mountain"
    $300 4
William Daniels of "Boy Meets World" formerly played Dr. Mark Craig on this TV medical series
    $300 14
Divided into 114 suras or chapters, this Islamic book is the earliest known work in Arabic prose
    $300 16
In a toast to your best bud it's where you say to put the mud
    $400 12
He fled to Philadelphia after he shot & mortally wounded Alexander Hamilton
    $400 5
In July 1993 this Seattle outfielder tied a Major League record by hitting home runs in 8 straight games
    $400 15
In about 500 B.C., this philosopher was appointed minister of justice in the Chinese state of Lu
    $400 17
It went from Adam to make a madam
    $500 6
John Beradino, who passed away in 1996, played Dr. Steve Hardy on this daytime soap for over 30 years
    $500 18
If this part is made of glass a fighter has to watch his opponent

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

Robert Renee Alicia
$600 $0 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Renee Alicia
$1,000 $600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR WINNERS ONSTAGE
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
FAMOUS NAMES
BOOKS & AUTHORS
CATS & DOGS
DYSFUNCTIONAL ROYAL FAMILIES
(Alex: Are there any other kind?)
    $200 1
This "Funny Girl"'s first New York show, "Another Evening with Harry Stoones", closed after 1 performance
    $200 26
Russia's Lena River lies within this large, cold eastern region of the country
    $200 6
This late female leader of India was called Indu for short
    $200 19
He brought back the dinosaurs in "Jurassic Park" & "The Lost World"
    $200 8
Afghans hunt by sight, while bloodhounds hunt by this sense
    $200 24
This emperor's sister Pauline Bonaparte was so scandalous she was banned from his court in 1810
    $400 2
He played the psychiatrist in "Equus" before he played Hannibal Lecter, who needed a psychiatrist
    $400 15
Loch Ness & Loch Lochy form much of this country's Caledonian Canal
    $400 7
On Sept. 21, 1996 he married long-time girlfriend Carolyn Bessette on Cumberland Island off the coast of Georgia
    $400 20
In 1996 he offered up "The Last Don", a novel readers can't refuse
    $400 9
The Mau is a breed of cat that originated in this country, where it was revered by the Pharaohs
    $400 27
This seductive queen convinced Mark Anthony to execute her hostile younger sister, Arsinoe
    $600 3
Mike Nichols saw him in a play called "Eh?" & offered him the starring role in "The Graduate"
    $600 14
This country's Chatham Islands are inhabited primarily by Maoris
    $600 16
In 1996 this 20-year-old African-American golfer won a record third consecutive U.S. Amateur title
    $600 21
She leaves vampires behind for the tale of an ancient Babylonian spirit in "Servant of the Bones"
    $600 10
Breeders once considered it desirable for these "Thai" cats to have crossed eyes
    $800 4
She starred in "Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean..." onstage & on film before she was "Moonstruck"
    $800 17
Blythe Danner's daughter, in 1996 she played the title role of "Emma"
    $800 22
As his novel "Executive Orders" begins, Jack Ryan has just become president of the U.S.
    $800 11
The Airedale type of this dog is named for the Aire Valley in Yorkshire, England
    $1000 5
He cleaned houses before he co-starred in "Godspell" in London: what a "Reversal of Fortune"
    $1000 13
Nastapoka & Hopewell, islands of Canada's Northwest Territories, hug the eastern shore of this bay
    DD: $1,000 18
A gun bill is named for this former Reagan press sec'y who was awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $1000 23
Among her many bestsellers are "Full Circle", "Wanderlust" & 1995's "Five Days in Paris"
    $1000 12
The ocicat is so named because the daughter of its original breeder thought it looked like this wild cat
    $1000 25
This Roman emperor, played on TV by Derek Jacobi, married his own niece; she poisoned him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Renee Alicia
$5,400 $1,800 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PUBLISHING FIRSTS
In 1908 Ernest Henry Shackleton printed the first book on this continent

Final scores:

Robert Renee Alicia
$3,400 $1,300 $7,400
2nd place: $10,000 to the Motion Picture Home 3rd place: $10,000 to the National Organization of Italian Women Winner: $10,000 to the Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Renee Alicia
$5,400 $1,800 $6,800
13 R,
3 W
6 R,
2 W
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,000

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