Show #2965 - Friday, June 20, 1997

Contestants

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Lynda Pinnington, a training consultant from Cambridge, Ontario Canada

Roger Antaki, an Airborne infantry man from Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Chris Szymanski, a farmer from Marathon, Wisconsin (whose 2-day cash winnings total $24,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

1999
HOUSES OF WORSHIP
MUSICAL DUOS
WORLD CITIES
JURY DUTY
TEA POTPOURRI
(Everything you've ever wanted to know about tea is in this category!)
    $100 23
On August 11, 1999 a total one of these will occur
    $100 15
Wooden stave churches of Norway were built by these seafarers using shipbuilding techniques
    $100 16
In 1990 this "Bridge Over Troubled Water" duo was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    $100 6
The Saint Jordi Sports Palace in this Spanish city was built for the 1992 Summer Olympics
    $100 7
The general type of this military tribunal usually has a jury of 5 members
    $100 1
At least 3 complete sets of this Boston silversmith's tea sets are known to survive
    $200 24
The Chinese New Year in 1999 will mark the beginning of the year of this creature, Hef's favorite
    $200 19
Willow Creek Community Church draws 15,000 worshipers every week to this Illinois city's suburbs
    $200 18
Dan Seals was part of England Dan & John Ford Coley & his brother Jim Seals was part of this duo
    $200 11
The Belvedere Palace adjacent to this city's Lazienki Park is the official residence of the Polish president
    $200 8
Like a witness, a prospective juror who lies during selection can be charged with this crime
    $200 2
The 3 main kinds of tea are green, oolong & this "dark", fully fermented one
    $300 25
Jim Guy Tucker's term as this state's governor was scheduled to end in 1999, but he resigned due to Whitewater
    $300 20
Hie Jinja, dedicated to Oyamakui no Kami, is a Tokyo shrine of this religion
    $300 28
It seems like "Only Yesterday" that they were on "Top Of The World" with hits like "For All We Know"
    $300 13
The bulk of Egypt's imports & exports pass through this port
    $300 9
In 1972 the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution does not require this type of jury verdict
    $300 3
In 1952 this company introduced its "Flo-Thru" tea bag
    $400 26
Reelected in 1987 & 1993, this Egyptian president has said he will not seek a fourth term in 1999
    $400 21
Many Roman basilica churches were built after this emperor's Edict of Milan in 313
    $400 29
In the early '90s, these twins, Matthew & Gunnar, had a string of hits, including "After the Rain"
    $400 14
Parque Dario in this capital has a monument to Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario
    $400 10
Term for the isolation of a jury from the public; it lasted 9 months in the O.J. Simpson criminal case
    $400 4
In 1827 theine was discovered in tea; it was later proven identical to this coffee stimulant
    DD: $1,200 27
This 1950 Ray Bradbury classic begins in 1999 with men blasting off for another planet
    $500 22
The oldest of these buildings in America was built in 1763 by Isaac Touro's Newport, R.I. congregation
    $500 30
"My Maria" could tell you Kix & Ronnie are the first names of this top country duo
    $500 17
A railroad tunnel under the Mersey River connects this British city to the Wirral Peninsula
    $500 12
A trial jury is also called this type, as opposed to a grand jury
    $500 5
The city of Kandy is the economic focus of this country's tea-producing Central Highlands

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Chris Roger Lynda
$1,500 $800 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Roger Lynda
$1,200 $2,100 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CARIBBEAN
MOVIE ACTORS & ACTRESSES
EDUCATION
HISTORY
FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
LETTERS & NUMBERS
(In this category, each correct response will be a letter & number combined)
    $200 6
When in Trinidad you may go cuckoo for coocoo, a concoction made of cornmeal & this palm fruit
    $200 10
Ads for this blue-eyed star's 1994 film "Nobody's Fool" stated he's "worn to perfection"
    $200 1
On Oct. 28, 1492 he landed at Cuba, first calling it Juana in honor of the Spanish rulers' daughter
    $200 8
In "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland", he & the Mad Hatter host the Mad Tea Party
    $200 21
On its label, this brown condiment claims to be "How Steak Is Done"
    $400 7
One of the world's largest subterranean rivers is in Rio Camuy Cave Park in this U.S. commonwealth
    $400 11
Fans of "Friends" can tell you she's the one who starred in "She's The One"
    $400 29
"Lessons for Life" is a current campaign of this teachers' union, the A.F.T.
    $400 2
Tenochtitlan, capital of this empire, was founded in 1325 on an island in what was Lake Texcoco
    $400 15
It's the nickname of Jack Dawkins, the young pickpocket in "Oliver Twist"
    $400 22
Filed by employers with the SSA, this form shows workers' yearly wages & taxes withheld
    $600 9
A specialty of the island of Saba, Saba Spice is a very strong type of this liquor mixed with sugar & spices
    $600 12
Elizabeth Taylor was a budding star when she played an orphan in this 1944 film based on a Bronte novel
    $600 28
In 1837 this school moved from Detroit to Ann Arbor
    $600 3
Between 1812 & 1815 the Scots & Irish founded the Red River settlement in this Canadian prairie province
    $600 17
She married Christian de Neuvillette but it was Cyrano de Bergerac's poetry that she really loved
    $600 23
Viacom Inc. owns MTV as well as this music network aimed at an older audience
    $800 13
The country known as Saint Vincent & these islands is one of the world's largest suppliers of arrowroot
    $800 19
Christopher Walken played Diane Keaton's neurotic brother Duane in this classic Woody Allen film
    $800 27
A pupil of Friedrich Froebel founded the first of these pre-schools in the U.S. in Watertown, Wisconsin in 1856
    $800 4
In 1908 more than 50,000 were killed in an earthquake on this largest Mediterranean island
    $800 16
In plot "The Deerslayer" is chronologically the first of 5 tales about this frontiersman
    DD: $1,500 24
Common term for the group of wealthy nations whose leaders hold annual summer summits
    $1000 14
Le Musee de Poupees Vegetales on this island displays dolls sculpted from local plants
    $1000 20
This lead singer of Blondie played Velma Von Tussle in John Waters' film "Hairspray"
    $1000 26
This Secretary of Education under Clinton served as governor of South Carolina from 1979 to 1987
    $1000 5
It's said this law maker's code was "written in blood" because most crimes were punishable by death
    DD: $1,000 18
In "The Great Gatsby", this bonds salesman lives next door to Jay Gatsby
    $1000 25
This controversial drug used to end pregnancies was developed by the French company Roussel Uclaf

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Roger Lynda
$400 $7,000 $5,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY POLITICS
(Alex: A long time ago!)
These 7 events occurred between August 21 & October 15, 1858 & each lasted 3 hours

Final scores:

Chris Roger Lynda
$0 $801 $1,400
3rd place: Pair of Croton His & Her Watches 2nd place: Whirlpool Refrigerator, Range & Dishwasher & Wolfgang Puck Cookware New champion: $1,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Chris Roger Lynda
$1,600 $6,300 $6,400
16 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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