Show #3190 - Friday, June 12, 1998

3rd regular play game in 14 seasons that didn't have a winner.

Contestants

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Marion Arkin, a former editor originally from New York City, New York

Robert Levy, an optometrist from Alexandria, Virginia

Steve Sosnick, an options trader from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

ANIMATION
EXPLORATION
CONSERVATION
TRANSPORTATION
APPROBATION
VILIFICATION
    $100 1
Character seen here:
("----- ----- a-doop!")
    $100 4
The famous greeting "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?" is attributed to him
    $100 11
It's the most abundant fossil fuel on Earth & at current use may run out in 200-300 years
    $100 16
This alliterative term for a car with low fuel efficiency became common in the 1970s
    $100 26
In 1982 Lenny Skutnick rescued a passenger on a crashed 737 from this D.C. river
    $100 21
Rossini said of this "Ring" leader, "He has lovely moments but awful quarters of an hour"
    $200 2
Yogi Bear stole pic-a-nic baskets fron vacationers at this national park
    $200 5
A city in what is now this state was named to honor Julien Dubuque, 23 years after his death
    $200 12
The Marine Mammal Protection Act bars the import of ivory from the tusks of these
    $200 17
Found on many sport utility vehicles, it's a system where both axles provide propulsion
    $200 27
Fittingly, CNN broke the news in 1997 when this man decided to give $1 billion to the U.N.
    $200 22
Mario Puzo wrote that one of these men "with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns"
    $300 3
"Whenever he gets in a fix, he reaches into his bag of tricks"
    $300 6
This man, whose expedition was second to the South Pole, joined the Royal Navy in 1880, the year he turned 12
    DD: $1,000 13
(Hi, I'm environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.) In 1970 it was this president who established the Environmental Protection Agency
    $300 18
Transport that helped the Finns in the 1939-40 Winter War & helped Finn Matti Nykaenen finnish with Olympic gold
    $300 28
Jody Williams won a 1997 Nobel Peace Prize for her efforts to ban these weapons
    $300 23
In 1984 Barbara Bush said of this woman, "I can't say it, but it rhymes with rich"; she later apologized
    $400 9
Kenny gets killed on nearly every episode of this Comedy Central cartoon
    $400 7
In 1498, this Portuguese explorer recruited a pilot in east Africa to help him find India
    $400 14
TCDD is the dioxin in this herbicide used during the Vietnam War
    $400 19
This device increases a jet plane's thrust by burning exhaust gases
    $400 29
In 1997, 5 decades late, 7 black soldiers received this highest award for bravery during WWII
    $400 24
Dorothy Parker's comment on this actress, "She runs the gamut of emotions from A to B", was a joke
    $500 10
Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne & Velma traveled around in a van with this name
    $500 8
Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada founded Bogota between 2 trips to find this mythical golden city
    $500 15
After escaping from a lab in Massachusetts, this European moth spread & damaged trees in the Northeast
    $500 20
It's the high-speed train that runs between NYC & Washington, D.C.
    $500 30
Japanese consul Chiune Sugihara, who saved hundreds of Jews in WWII, bears the title "Righteous" this
    $500 25
Herman Mankiewicz said of this director, "There, but for the grace of God, goes God"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Steve Robert Marion
$4,000 $400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Robert Marion
$4,600 $0 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

CELEBRATIONS
LIBATIONS
ASSASSINATIONS
CREATIONS
ADAPTATIONS
CRUSTACEANS
    $200 12
November 3 is the national day to celebrate this, be it tuna fish or peanut butter & jelly
    $200 7
It's the most famous cocktail we know with Singapore in its name
    $200 22
James Garfield died of a gunshot wound in September 1881, as did this president in September 1901
    $200 3
In Chicago in 1885, William Jenney rose to new heights when he built the first structure called this
    $200 15
The 2-word title of this Carl Hiaasen novel became one word when Demi Moore disrobed on film
    $200 1
The peneid type of this is the one most often served in the U.S.; have a cocktail
    $400 13
Confederate Heroes Day is celebrated January 19, the birthday of this general
    $400 8
To make a Canadian cocktail, add curacao, bitters & powdered sugar to this Canadian liquor
    $400 23
Executed in 1918, this czar has since been made a saint by the Russian Orthodox Church abroad
    $400 26
In 1843 Samuel Morse & Alfred Vail received $30,000 to build this between Baltimore & Washington, D.C.
    $400 16
This Bogart-Bergman film is better remembered than its source, the play "Everybody Comes to Rick's"
    $400 2
Watch out for the goose type of these; they may grow attached to the hull of your ship
    $600 14
Appropriately, National Stress Awareness Day is observed on this date, one day after "Tax Day"
    $600 9
According to Alexis Lichine, this Orwellian year was not a vintage year for champagne
    $600 24
U.S. flags flew at half staff after this Israeli prime minister was slain in 1995
    $600 27
In the early 1900s, Frank Fleer first introduced this, under the name Blibber-Blubber
    $600 17
Kevin Kline & Joan Allen were moody indeed in this 1997 drama from a Rick Moody novel
    $600 4
Crustacean that's the title of the 1979 song heard here:

"Everybody had...."
    $800 20
Dictionary Day, October 16, celebrates the birthday of this American lexicographer;
look it up!
    $800 10
Pour gin or vodka over ice in a salt-rimmed glass & add grapefruit juice to make this "canine" drink
    $800 25
Confirming this rebel's death in 1967, Fidel Castro said it was "sadly true"
    DD: $1,000 29
In 1975, 30 years after introducing the Bic pen, Baron Marcel Bich introduced this disposable item
    $800 18
This film about a dying catcher, based on a Mark Harris novel, took its title from "The Streets of Laredo"
    $800 5
The ghost type of this crustacean burrows in the sand by day & scavenges on the beach at night
    $1000 21
This date on which WWII ended in Europe is a legal holiday in France
    $1000 11
This yellow, anise-flavored liqueur is an essential ingredient in a Harvey Wallbanger
    $1000 28
A Praetorian guard had enough of this insane Roman emperor & murdered him in 41 A.D.
    $1000 30
Lasers are used to read this type of musical album first sold in Japan in 1982... sure beats a needle
    DD: $1,000 19
1951's "A Place in the Sun" adapts this classic "American" novel by Theodore Dreiser
    $1000 6
Blue whales eat tons of these tiny crustaceans whose name is from the Norwegian for a fish's young

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Robert Marion
$7,600 $7,600 -$400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ORGANIZATIONS
This women's organization founded in 1890 was chartered by Congress in 1896

Final scores:

Steve Robert Marion
$0 $0 -$400
Loser: a trip to Portugal Loser: a trip to Portugal Loser: a Panasonic digital video disc player

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Robert Marion
$6,900 $8,400 -$400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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