Show #3217 - Tuesday, September 8, 1998

David Bagley game 3.

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Tom Gould, a defense analyst from Stafford, Virginia

Barbara Bink, an editor from Fairfax, Virginia

David Bagley, an attorney from San Diego, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE MEDITERRANEAN
MTV
SHAKESPEARE PLAIN & SIMPLE
WELL, EXHUME ME!
IT'S MILLER TIME
ANAGRAMMED U.S. CITIES
    $100 1
The sea's deepest point, over 16,000 feet down, is in the Hellenic trough, nearest to this country
    $100 26
The campaign "Choose or Lose '96" urged MTV viewers to do this
    $100 6
This comedy opens on a Venetian street
    $100 11
In June 1996 an appeals court turned down a request to exhume this presidential assassin & actor
    $100 16
This writer has been married to Ingeborg Morath & Marilyn Monroe
    $100 21
Boil Em, Alabama
    $200 2
This island where Napoleon was first exiled lies between Corsica & the Italian mainland
    $200 27
2-letter word that precedes "MTV Raps" in the name of a show title
    $200 7
This play's last line is " 'Tis a wonder, by your leave, she will be tamed so"
    $200 12
In 1997, after a 19-month search, this man's remains were found in Bolivia, dug up & sent to Cuba
    $200 17
Pardon me boy, this bandleader's plane was reported missing December 15, 1944
    $200 22
A Lust, Oklahoma
    $300 3
In this Egyptian city, you're a little late to see the lighthouse, but you can still check out Pompey's Pillar
    $300 28
In a 1996 film these 2 MTV characters came into the possession of a deadly biological weapon
    $300 8
"All the World's a Stage" is from "As You Like It", the first comedy Shakespeare wrote for this theater
    $300 13
Time asked in 1985 "Is this the Nazi doctor?" when bones dug up in South America were suspected to be his
    $300 18
Now a hot-shooting guard with the Indiana Pacers, he majored in history & played ball at UCLA
    $300 23
Cannot, Ohio
    $400 4
Going clockwise around the Mediterranean, it's the next national capital after Tunis
    $400 29
In 1997 this "Singled Out" hostess published her auto biography, "Jen-X"
    $400 9
This play ends less one Moor as he dies "upon a kiss"
    $400 14
Some want this Louisiana Territory explorer exhumed to prove he didn't commit suicide
    $400 19
This Tony Award winner had hits with "Do-Wacka-Do" & "King of the Road"
    $400 24
Save Slag, Nevada
    DD: $500 5
British diplomat William Hamilton pioneered the study of volcanoes while posted in this Italian city
    $500 30
In this series an empaneled group of MTV viewers chooses the top new video of the week
    $500 10
After this ruler's death, Cinna cries, "Liberty! Freedom! Tyranny is dead!"
    $500 15
This star of "Z" & "Jean de Florette" was exhumed in 1998 to get his DNA for a paternity test
    $500 20
The works of this writer, born in 1891, have been banned numerous times for their sexual content
    $500 25
Late Set, Washington

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

David Barbara Tom
$1,100 $300 $2,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Barbara Tom
$3,100 $1,500 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
INTERNATIONAL FOOD & DRINK
WHO'S THE ARTIST?
BEFORE & AFTER MOVIE TITLES
INTELLIGENCE
"FOOL"ISHNESS
    $200 16
The spring 1998 issue covered the first of these stellar explosions seen in both birth & death
    $200 11
Austrian schlosserbuben are these wrinkled fruits baked in dough & rolled in sugar & chocolate
    $200 1
In the 1640s he painted his young son, Titus
    $200 6
Lion-lover Joy Adamson adopts then liberates a whale
    $200 17
John Le Carre popularized the name of this burrowing mammal to mean a spy in enemy ranks
    $200 22
It comes exactly 2 weeks before federal income taxes are due
    $400 27
The second word in the acronym AIDS points to this medical specialty that studies the disease
    $400 12
In this largest South American country, Romeu e Julieta is a slice of fresh cheese topped with guava jelly
    $400 2
Perceptive analysis of movement was a hallmark of this artist
    $400 7
This 1952 Gene Kelly film is on at 8 o'clock; it's 102 minutes; Gene Kelly on at 8 o'clock; 102 minutes
    $400 18
Knowing he'd need more than a slingshot, he spied on King Saul in the wilderness of Ziph
    $400 23
Rash, reckless, or what Stan Laurel might do if he played a trick
    DD: $1,000 28
His uncertainty principle says a particle's position & momentum can't be known simultaneously
    $600 13
Many Russians love to pick these fungi, known as griby, & cook them in sour cream
    $600 3
Come straight to the point & name this artist
    $600 8
Disney's feline film featuring Hayley Mills & Dean Jones as Maggie & Big Daddy
    $600 19
German military communications of WWII were a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside this coding machine
    $600 24
According to Merriam-Webster, it's "a state of fatuous complacency based on unreal conditions"
    $800 29
Unselfishly, carbon generally forms these bonds in which atoms share their electrons
    $800 14
Eaten in the British Isles, the "black" or "blood" type of this is really a sausage, not a dessert
    DD: $1,200 4
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
This artist burned brightly as a poet as well
    $800 9
George Hamilton dons the black mask & goes after androids in the future
    $800 20
It was during her reign that Her Majesty's Secret Service was 1st organized
    $800 25
Someone with little patience for stupidity is said not to do this "gladly"
    $1000 30
General term for cells that translate stimuli, like those of drugs, into nerve impulses
    $1000 15
Egri Bikaver, or "Bull's Blood From Eger", is a red wine from this country, also known for its white tokay
    $1000 5
A neo-classicist, this artist often painted the high & mighty
    $1000 10
Charles Bronson & 6 other gunslingers save a town & then all get married
    $1000 21
In the 1960s the FBI targeted radical groups with COINTELPRO, which was short for this
    $1000 26
This word for paper about 13 X 16 inches comes from the watermark once seen on it

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Barbara Tom
$12,500 $2,700 $7,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY GREATS
His last published work, an 1898 poem, was first issued under his cell number

Final scores:

David Barbara Tom
$15,000 $500 $12,501
3-day champion: $40,900 3rd place: Ducane Par-T-Grill 2nd place: Trip to Almond Beach Resort, Barbados

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Barbara Tom
$12,100 $3,700 $7,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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