Show #3366 - Monday, April 5, 1999

1999 Celebrity Jeopardy! TV Personalities Night.

Contestants

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Greg Germann, an actor from Ally McBeal

Jodi Applegate, a journalist and co-anchor from the Today show

Scott Hamilton, an Olympic figure skater from Discover Stars on Ice

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES
AN ACTOR'S LIFE
MR. MIKE
NURSERY RHYMES
FAMOUS PARTNERS
"HOP" TO IT
    $100 4
"Uncle Abe"
    $100 6
When an actor overacts, it's said that he's "chewing" this
    $100 1
On November 22, 1986 at age 20, he became the youngest world heavyweight boxing champion ever
    $100 26
This piper's son "learnt to play when he was young"
    $100 8
In 1926 they were partnered by director Leo McCarey, & the rest is history; "a fine mess", but history
    $100 2
This music style is influenced by rap & funk
    $200 5
The "Sage of Monticello"
    $200 7
Ed Asner, Charlton Heston & Ronald Reagan have been president of this actors union
    $200 20
He's been Lothar, Dieter, Wayne & Austin Powers
    $200 27
Some believe that these 2 pail fetchers actually represent Cardinal Wolsey & Bishop Tarbes
    $200 9
Meriwether Lewis & this man led the Corps of Discovery from 1804 to 1806
    $200 3
Success in this game requires good balance & skill at tossing a stone
    $300 10
He was the "Man from Missouri" & the "Man of Independence"
    $300 15
An actor's "rep" (representation) may get him booked into "rep", one of these theater groups
    $300 23
He became the lead vocalist of the Beach Boys in 1961
    $300 28
"Betwixt them both, they lick'd the platter clean"
    $300 12
By their last names, it looks like the actors seen here, partnered in 1997, were actors under aliases
    $300 19
If you're making a pub crawl, you're doing this
    $400 11
"Union Safeguard"
    $400 16
Pat Kingsley of PMK is one of the most famous of these people who keep actors' names in the news
    $400 22
One of the senior journalists on U.S. television, he's been the leading host of "60 Minutes" since 1968
    DD: $600 13
William Hewlett & this other engineer joined forces in the late 1930s
    $400 25
This 1950s Ray Anthony tune inspired a dance craze -- hop! hop! hop!
    $500 14
The "Hero of Tippecanoe"
    $500 17
When an actress is "treading" these, she's appearing on stage
    $500 21
A 3 time league MVP, this former Phillie hit a career total 548 home runs
    $500 18
In 1853 he borrowed $60 from his friend Henry Lomb to help his optical goods shop
    $500 24
Bumpkin farmers, or the heavy shoes they wear in the field

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

Scott Jodi Greg
$1,700 $500 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Jodi Greg
$2,500 $2,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

SECOND-LARGEST CITIES
(Alex: You identify the country.)
HIT TUNES
ASTROLOGY FOR SKATERS
TOUGH TV
GIVE "UP"
WE SURRENDER
    $200 1
Hamburg
    $200 21
The Spanish duo Los Del Rio unleashed this song & its accompanying dance on the world
    $200 3
A warning to Scorpio skaters: don't pick a partner of this "lion-like" sign, you're not compatible
    $200 8
First name of the character played by Faith Ford on "Murphy Brown"
    $200 16
A boxing blow directed upward towards your opponent's chin
    $200 26
This country officially surrendered on the deck of the U.S.S. Missouri on September 2, 1945
    $400 2
Melbourne
    $400 22
Celine Dion's "Let's Talk About Love" & the "Titanic" soundtrack both feature this Oscar-winning gold single
    $400 5
This "virginal" sign represents perfectionists; nothing less than a gold medal will do
    $400 12
Nickname of the character played by Chris Burke on "Life Goes On"
    $400 17
The phrase about being "sent" here comes from the fact that Sing Sing Prison was north of NYC on the Hudson
    $400 27
An important Confederate supply depot, this Georgia capital surrendered to Union troops September 2, 1864
    $600 4
Rio de Janeiro
    $600 23
It was "Hello Success", not loneliness for this duo with 1957's "Bye Bye Love", their first hit
    $600 9
If this "fishy" sign is yours, your famous feet may be your best feature
    $600 13
Micky Dolenz was billed as Micky Braddock when he played this "Circus Guy"
    $600 18
Home to fashionable shops & residences, it's the section of Manhattan E. of 5th Ave. & between 57th & 96th Streets
    DD: $3,000 28
Take a leap & name this leader whose surrender in 1886 ended the Apache Wars
    DD: $1,500 6
Rotterdam
    $800 24
In 1980 this duo topped the charts one more time with "Do That to Me One More Time"
    $800 10
Born under this horned sign? You're likely to have weak knees, & we're not getting your "goat"
    $800 14
Corin Nemec of "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" acted under this nickname when he was on "Webster"
    $800 19
He won a Pulitzer in 1982 for his novel "Rabbit is Rich"
    $800 29
The Knights Hospitallers held Malta for over 250 years before surrendering it to this French emperor in 1798
    $1000 7
Alexandria
    $1000 25
Billy Idol reached No. 1 in 1987 with a cover of this Tommy James & the Shondells song
    $1000 11
Skaters born under this sign of the scales strive for perfect balance, on the ice & off
    $1000 15
Nickname of Mouseketeer Carl O'Brien
    $1000 20
This hit by the 5th Dimension won the 1967 Grammy for Song of the Year
    $1000 30
With their base overwhelmed on May 7, 1954, French forces surrendered to the Viet Minh at this village

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott Jodi Greg
$7,200 $8,500 $3,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
There are only 3 of these animals in U.S. zoos: a 28-year-old in D.C.'s National Zoo & 2 younger ones in San Diego

Final scores:

Scott Jodi Greg
$14,400 $14,401 $6,000
2nd place: $14,400 for the Make-a-Wish Foundation Winner: $15,000 for Sisters of St. Joseph 3rd place: $10,000 for the Ocean Park Community Center

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Scott Jodi Greg
$6,300 $6,100 $3,000
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
8 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,400

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