Show #3090 - Friday, January 23, 1998

1998 Celebrity Jeopardy! Sportscasters Show.
Set turns red in the Double Jeopardy! Round for last time.

Contestants

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Al Michaels, a sportscaster from ABC's Monday Night Football

Jim Lampley, a sportscaster from TNT Sports

Greg Gumbel, a sportscaster from NBC Sports

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Jeopardy! Round

FAST WOMEN
FILM DIRECTORS
THE BASEBALL HALL OF SHAME
GEOGRAPHY ZOO
TEAMMATES
MAKE A "WISH"
    $100 10
She left the ball so fast she lost one of her glass slippers
    $100 5
Before "Men in Black", Barry Sonnenfeld directed 2 movies about this altogether ooky family
    $100 11
"Georgia Peach" didn't describe his personality -- he once charged into the stands & attacked a handicapped fan
    $100 1
Before marrying Bill, Hillary worked with the congressional team that investigated this '70s scandal
    $200 12
Guinness says Mary Jane Sorgel can twirl one of these majorette items while her dog Muffy sits on her head
    $200 6
Antoine Doinel is the hero of this late French director's autobiographical film "The 400 Blows"
    $200 2
From 1917 to 1932 he & his sister Adele were a famous dancing team on Broadway
    $300 13
Her incredible track record includes her long, successful marriage to her coach Bob Kersee
    $300 7
The recent film from Mira Nair, the director of "Salaam Bombay!", takes its title from this Hindu love manual
    DD: $500 3
Rhyming nickname of this man's teams of investigating lawyers, students & consumer specialists:
    $300 18
This phrase could mean indecisive, or it might mean wimpy, or perhaps even namby-pamby
    $400 21
A competitive speed skater since the tender age of 4, she won her first Olympic gold medal in 1988
    $400 8
Vittorio De Sica directed a classic 1948 film about Antonio, who steals one of these vehicles
    $400 19
Saskatchewan's third-largest city, it sounds like it was named for Bullwinkle's mandible
    $400 4
This team of surveyors really knew where to draw the line -- between Maryland & Pennsylvania
    $400 17
People who constantly put themselves in life-threatening situations are said to have them
    $500 20
She did her own skating when she played roller derby star "K.C." Carr in "Kansas City Bomber"
    $500 9
This Japanese crime organization attacked Juzo Itami after he made a 1992 film satirizing them
    $500 22
In 1918 Hal Chase was suspended for allegedly paying pitcher Jimmy Ring, a teammate, to do this
    $500 14
A peak in Colorado is named for these bunny features that resemble the antennae on your old TV set
    $500 15
On May 14, 1804 their team of soldiers, French boatmen & a servant started up the Missouri
    $500 16
Nothing but net

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Greg Jim Al
$0 $1,500 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Jim Al
$900 $4,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

'60s ROCK
'60s ROLES
BESTSELLING AUTHORS
"C"OMMON BONDS
SPORTS MEDICINE
MARCH OF DIMES
    $200 1
His guitar-burning act was a highlight of the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival
    $200 11
Though listed as Joe or Blondie, this character is the "Man with No Name" in "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly"
    $200 16
As of 1996 he had 5 of the 15 bestselling children's books ever, led by "Green Eggs and Ham"
    $200 21
Dr. Niles,
Dr. Frasier,
whooping
    $200 6
Specialists say it's the joint most likely to suffer a major sports injury
    $200 26
Proverbial cost of things that are very common or in a surplus
    $400 2
In a 1966 hit this group wanted you to "Paint It, Black"
    $400 12
When Patty Duke won her Oscar for this 1962 role, she was the youngest person to win a regular Oscar
    $400 17
In "Worse Than He Says He Is", ex-wife Anicka writes of her life with this "Worm"
    $400 22
Horseshoe,
fiddler,
hermit
    $400 7
C21 H28 O5 isn't a football play but the formula for this hormone injected to treat inflammation
    $400 27
The book "All in Color for a Dime" covers the early history of these publications
    DD: $1,500 3
Group heard here in their very first hit:
    DD: $3,000 13
1964 film that included the characters seen here:
    $600 18
This author who gave us the giant reptiles of "Jurassic Park" stands 6'9"
    $600 23
Buffalo,
micro,
potato
    $600 8
An abrasion for scraping a hard surface is also called by the name of this fruit
    $600 28
Title of the E.Y. Harburg song that includes the line "Once I built a railroad, now it's done"
    $800 4
Gladys Knight & the Pips had a hit with "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" before he took it to No. 1
    $800 14
Nickname of Dustin Hoffman's Enrico Rizzo
    $800 19
Before playing "Patriot Games", all his military experience was in ROTC at Loyola College in Baltimore
    $800 24
Punch,
cue,
trading
    $800 9
A contusion of the iliac crest, AKA a "hip", one of these, is treated with ice &, above all, rest
    $800 29
Cher starred in it on Broadway & in film
    $1000 5
Their "Age of Aquarius" album featured a medley from "Hair" as well as "Wedding Bell Blues"
    $1000 15
Title profession of Rod Steiger's 1965 character Sol Nazerman
    $1000 20
Reviewers might have said "Someday all this will be" this author of "Exodus" & "Mila 18"
    $1000 25
Ice,
cold,
Devonshire
    $1000 10
In 1974 torn tissue in pitcher Tommy John's left arm was replaced with a tendon from this part of his body
    $1000 30
Ned Buntline, Edward S. Ellis & Ann S. Stephens were famous authors of this genre

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Jim Al
$5,300 $10,200 $2,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LIBRARIES
The millionth visitor to this library received a signed copy of "My Turn", some jelly beans & a weekend getaway

Final scores:

Greg Jim Al
$10,600 $14,200 $200
2nd place: $10,600 for the March of Dimes Winner: $15,000 for the Happy Hairston Youth Foundation 3rd place: $10,000 for the Starlight Children's Foundation & the Make-a-Wish Foundation

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Greg Jim Al
$5,300 $12,300 $2,500
8 R,
0 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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