Show #3215 - Friday, July 17, 1998

David Bagley game 1.
Last game of Season 14.

Contestants

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David Bagley, an attorney from San Diego, California

Kristine McCaffrey, an environmental engineer from Costa Mesa, California

Blaine Faulkner, a chief financial officer from Escondido, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

MATH
MISNOMERS
FAMILIAR PHRASES
BABY TALK
WHO'RE YOU LOOKIN' AT?
MOVIE NOSTALGIA
    $100 16
You're right, an angle that is more than acute but less than obtuse has this many degrees
    $100 4
Tennis racket strings, though called this, are made out of cattle, sheep or hog intestines
    $100 19
Edible items you "spill" when you tell a secret
    $100 7
This term for an older baby comes from its unsteady gait as it learns to walk
    $100 25
Celebrity seen here:
    $100 12
She played a political journalist in "Woman of the Year", her first film with Spencer Tracy
    $200 3
In this notation system, 1/4 is .25, & is terminating
    $200 5
This yummy bird came to Europe from America, not Asia Minor, so maybe it should be called a "USA" or a "Mexico"
    $200 20
Beware: someone who offers you this kind of "sandwich" wants to punch you
    $200 8
In November 1997 Bobbi McCaughey made the news when she gave birth to this many babies
    $200 27
World leader seen here:
    $200 21
Leonard Nimoy appeared as a football player in the third film about this talking mule
    $300 1
In the term 3x, the factor 3 is called x's this
    $300 6
Though its name means "new star" it's just a star that flares up to many times its normal brightness
    $300 22
"One fell" this refers to the quick, fierce move a hawk makes when seizing its prey
    $300 9
He said "What good mothers and fathers instinctively feel like doing for their babies is best after all"
    $300 28
Comedian seen here:
    $300 24
Actress seen here in her first major film role, in 1949's "Ladies of the Chorus"
    $400 2
A figure is defined as this if it can be divided into 2 parts that are mirror images of each other
    $400 17
Despite its name, some paleontologists don't think this ancient animal was even part of the cat family
    $400 23
The phrase "to come on like" these refers to the old-time radio program heard here
    $400 10
Pink spots appearing on a baby's face & neck at birth are referred to as these bird markings
    $400 29
Talk show host seen here:
    DD: $500 13
64 years before she appeared in "Titanic", Gloria Stuart was the leading lady in this classic film:
    $500 15
Devotees of this celebrate its irrational existence each 3/14 at 1:59 P.M.
    $500 18
This cute rodent is a cavy from South America, not a sow from a country in Africa
    $500 26
To give someone you dislike the credit he deserves is to "give the devil" this
    $500 11
She's internationally famous for her photos of babies, like the one seen here:
    $500 30
Comic actor seen here:
    $500 14
Bela Lugosi portrayed a Soviet commissar in this 1939 comedy promoted with the slogan "Garbo Laughs!"

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

Blaine Kristine David
$600 $1,600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Blaine Kristine David
$1,500 $3,100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

BALLET
4 OF A KIND
AROUND THE WORLD
CNN
GREAT BRITS
"C" TO SHINING "C"
(Alex: Each response will begin with the letter "C" and end with the letter "C".)
    $200 26
This disciple is the title character in Jose Limon's biblical ballet "The Traitor"
    $200 17
He's the best-remembered member of the 1890s troupe, The Four Cohans
    $200 6
When visiting this country's North Island, don't miss the glowworm grotto in the Waitomo Cave
    $200 16
CNN has 32 of these offices, in places from Bangkok to Buenos Aires, & they're all "top-drawer"
    $200 11
About 5' 5" in real life, he towers nearly 17 feet above his column in Trafalgar Square
    $200 1
Stylish or "in"
    $400 27
Prince Ivan falls in love with an enchanted Tsarevna in Stravinsky's ballet about this magical bird
    $400 22
Quartet heard here:

"It's the same old song..."
    $400 7
The University of Basel, this country's oldest, was established by Pope Pius II in 1459
    $400 18
Every half hour since 1982, this CNN network has updated America on news, sports, business & entertainment
    $400 12
Group heard here; they were named members of the Order of the British Empire in 1965
    $400 2
It's a French brandy distilled from white wine
    $600 28
This fairy tale ballet often features fairies of the 4 seasons as well as a fairy godmother
    $600 23
Any one of the 4 members of the "Fearsome Foursome" on the L.A. Rams defensive line, 1963 to 1966
    DD: $1,800 8
Columbus named the island now usually called St. Kitts for this man, his patron saint
    $600 19
City where the footage seen here was shot in 1989:
    $600 13
In 1768 this "Blue Boy" painter was a founding member of the Royal Academy of Arts
    DD: $1,000 3
Type of circle seen here:
    $800 29
Angel Corella of Spain is one of the "muy caliente" male stars of this U.S. company known as ABT for short
    $800 24
A British string quartet that played together for 39 years bore this middle name of Mr. Mozart
    $800 9
The taka is the basic monetary unit of this country whose official language is Bengali
    $800 20
After a tour as White House Chief of Staff, he became the "nunu" conservative voice on "Crossfire"
    $800 14
In 1923, on the 200th anniversary of his death, a memorial service was held in his St. Paul's Cathedral
    $800 4
It's a finely woven white linen
    $1000 30
The 1938 ballet named for this famous outlaw features a musical gun battle
    $1000 25
In the 19th century the big 4 who built this were named Crocker, Hopkins, Huntington & Stanford
    $1000 10
One of the first Arab settlements on the East African coast, it's now the capital of Somalia
    $1000 21
This group includes Robert Novak & Margaret Carlson; they "rumble" on weekends at 7:00 P.M.
    $1000 15
He wrote a review of Samuel Johnson's dictionary before inquiring into the "Wealth of Nations"
    $1000 5
"Knots Landing" was set in one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Blaine Kristine David
$6,700 $3,900 $10,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATUES
In 1820 a man named Yorgos unearthed 3 statues: 2 of Hermes & one of Aphrodite, later renamed this

Final scores:

Blaine Kristine David
$5,500 $4,000 $13,500
2nd place: a trip to Hotel Cabo San Lucas, Mexico 3rd place: a DirecTV satellite system New champion: $13,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Blaine Kristine David
$6,600 $3,500 $9,300
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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