Show #3225 - Friday, September 18, 1998

Lance Johnson game 3.

Contestants

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Fred Moten, a professor of English from Los Angeles, California

Catherine Williamson, a manuscript cataloguer from Los Angeles, California

Lance Johnson, an event coordinator from Champaign, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,899)

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT YEAR WAS THAT, GUV?
GETTIN' CATTY
TV HAYSEEDS
SHAKESPEARE
OBITS
CROSSWORD CLUES "R"
    $100 1
The Battle of Hastings
    $100 26
In competition, this term used for the cats seen here is for any cat under 8 months old
    $100 21
From 1964 to 1969 Jim Nabors was semper silly as this Marine from Mayberry
    $100 6
He goes to the Capulets' party to see the fair Rosaline, whom he loves -- for now
    $100 7
This "Sea Hunt" star sailed off into the sunset March 10, 1998
    $100 12
Take a break
(4)
    DD: $500 2
The Evacuation of Dunkirk
    $200 27
This breed was introduced to the West around 1885
    $200 22
This character was Granny's granddaughter, Jed's daughter & Jethro's cousin
    $200 15
Peaseblossom, Cobweb, Moth & Mustardseed are these; Oberon & Titania are their rulers
    $200 8
In 1997 the world said sayonara to this author of "Sayonara"
    $200 13
Soldiers' wake up call
(8)
    $300 3
King John puts his seal on the Magna Carta
    $300 28
Including calico, it's the collective term for cats with striped or brindled coats
    $300 23
Sorrell Booke played this porcine power broker of Hazzard County
    $300 16
Among the ghosts that appear to this king are those of Prince Edward, Henry VI, Anne & 2 young princes
    $300 9
This Japanese violinist known for his "method" of teaching kids music took his last bow at age 99 in 1998
    $300 14
"Great" pharaoh
(6)
    $400 4
The Spanish Armada is Defeated
    $400 29
The African cousin of this Canadian native is called a caracal
    $400 24
In the '70s Dennis Weaver was this New Mexico deputy marshal learning to fight crime in New York
    $400 19
It must be tea time; the last spoken word in this play is "Scone"
    $400 10
The world mourned when the voice of this man, "The Voice" was silenced May 14, 1998
    $400 17
Meeting between lovers or spacecraft
(10)
    $500 5
The "Glorious Revolution" Begins
    $500 30
Members of this cat breed seen here aren't really blue, comrade, nor do they have to be from Moscow
    $500 25
On "Newhart" William Sanderson played this backwoodsman who had 2 brothers named Darryl
    $500 20
He, not Mark Antony, is the first to speak to the crowd after Caesar's murder
    $500 11
In 1998 the art world lost Beatrice Wood, called "The Mama Of" this art movement
    $500 18
Carpool
(9)

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

Lance Catherine Fred
$1,800 -$300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lance Catherine Fred
$4,000 $1,000 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE UNITED STATES OF MEXICO
SHALL WE DANCE?
CATCHING SOME "Z"'S
DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK
LOGIC
LEONARD NIMOY FILMS
    $200 23
Known as "corrida de toros", this sport is one of the most popular in Mexico
    $200 6
The cancan was popularized in this city's dance halls in the 1830s
    $200 18
This German for whom a rigid airship is named was an observer with the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War
    $200 13
Born in this city in 1903, Dr. Spock studied & rowed at his hometown school, Yale
    $200 1
Contrasted with deduction, it's the type of reasoning that moves from particulars & generalities
    $200 7
Because Nimoy directed the third & fourth "Star Trek" films, this actor got to direct the fifth
    $400 24
From the Arabic Wadi Al-Hijarah, it's Mexico's second-largest city
    $400 9
Famous "forbidden dance" featured in 2 1990 films
    $400 19
A fanatic, or one who belonged to a 1st century Jewish sect that resisted Roman rule
    $400 14
Reportedly, when Dr. Spock took a job at this clinic, his wife loathed the Minnesota winters
    $400 2
A shape in a Venn diagram, or an adjective for an argument whose conclusion assumes its premises
    $400 8
Nimoy plays host to an alien in this 1978 remake of a 1956 sci-fi classic
    $600 25
A Yale-educated economist, he's the president of Mexico
    $600 10
This famous line dance features a step-step-step-kick rhythm
    $600 20
"Out of the night when the full moon is bright comes the horseman known as" this
    DD: $700 3
This Nobel Prize winning British lord tried to show that all mathematics is a type of logic
    $600 15
This 1987 film directed by Nimoy was based on the French film "Trois Hommes Et Un Couffin"
    DD: $800 27
2 of the 3 countries that border Mexico
    $800 11
The foxtrot is done in 4/4 time & the waltz is done in this time
    $800 21
At about 2,200 miles in length, it's the longest African river emptying into the Indian Ocean
    $800 4
"Post hoc, ergo propter hoc", "After it, so because of it", is one of these errors in reasoning
    $800 16
The giant mutant ants in this 1954 film make it easy to overlook Nimoy's tiny role at the teletype
    $1000 26
Once a legendary symbol of the Aztecs, this bird is on the Mexican flag
    $1000 12
From words meaning "song", "dance" & "skill", it's a theatrical form of dance in Japan
    $1000 22
From the German for "twice baked", it's a sweetened bread that's baked, cut into slices & toasted
    $1000 5
The "theory" of membership in these, also called classes, is part of mathematics as well as logic
    $1000 17
Nimoy directed this Oscar winner in the title role of 1988's "The Good Mother"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lance Catherine Fred
$10,000 $5,200 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS HISTORY
He was president of France the first time France won soccer's World Cup

Final scores:

Lance Catherine Fred
$10,401 $399 $7,200
3-day champion: $31,300 3rd place: Trip to Ingleside Inn, Palm Springs 2nd place: Trip to Harvey's Resort Hotel/Casino in Lake Tahoe

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lance Catherine Fred
$10,000 $5,200 $3,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
2 W
10 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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