Show #3235 - Friday, October 2, 1998

Carolyn White game 4.

Contestants

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Lawrence Brown, a customer service representative originally from Pass Christian, Mississippi

Jordan Lees, an internet technical support advisor from Riverside, California

Carolyn White, a retired management consultant from Tucson, Arizona (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

STEPHEN KING
(Alex: The author? Yes!)
FIRESTARTER
THE STAND
(Alex: Are we noticing a trend here?)
THE "DEAD" ZONE
NEEDFUL THINGS
CHILDREN OF THE CORN
    $100 5
No petting allowed! A rabid bat turns a lovable mutt into a monster in this King shaggy dog tale
    $100 3
This man who started some major fires in physics was a high school dropout
    $100 30
Most newspaper stands carry this financial daily paper published by Dow Jones & Co. Inc.
    $100 1
Numbered in the 6th century by St. Gregory the Great, they include pride, envy & anger
    $100 29
Most butterflies need them to smell; many humans use them to hear radio waves
    $100 24
This black nationalist leader, born in Omaha, moved to Michigan when he was still "Little"
    $200 6
This book, King's first published novel, hit the big screen starring Sissy Spacek in 1976
    $200 4
Depicted here in stone, this Greek was a teacher of Aristotle
    $200 19
This supermarket tabloid claims "the largest circulation of any paper in America"
    $200 2
Former members of this "thankful" band have begun touring again as "The Other Ones"
    $200 28
You'll need one of these for your head in most synagogues, so they're often provided
    $200 23
Omaha native who was a football player in "North Dallas Forty" & a coach in "The Prince of Tides"
    $300 7
King published the stories "Rage", "The Long Walk" & "The Running Man" under this pseudonym
    $300 13
He made a "monkey" out of all of us in his 1859 book
    $300 18
"The Hollywood Reporter" & this "Daily" constitute "the trades" of the TV & film industry
    $300 10
A Bedouin shepherd found these priceless manuscripts in 1947
    $300 27
Some horsehairs & light pernambuco wood are necessary to make this musical accessory
    $300 22
Johnny Carson grew up in Nebraska & so did this one-time talk show rival
    $400 8
King's 1981 overview of the horror genre shares its name with this Saint-Saens "Dance"
    $400 14
Revolution was in the air when this man met his writing partner in the Paris of the 1840s
    $400 17
One of the better-selling issues of this women's magazine was the April 1972 issue featuring Burt Reynolds
    $400 11
Deceased Quasimodos, or 2 very similar-looking people
    $400 26
Garlic & lime are found in this sauce that is essential to a classic Bloody Mary
    $400 21
She wrote her Nebraska-set "O Pioneers!" while living in Greenwich Village
    DD: $500 9
(Hi, I'm Stephen King, master of horror.) In the 1980s I stated, "I've seen the future of horror, and its name is" this author"
    $500 15
He's the reform-minded former Catholic priest seen here
    $500 16
Josef Stalin, Newt Gingrich & Adolf Hitler have all been this magazine's "Man of the Year"
    $500 12
This beautiful lady seen here is extremely poisonous
    $500 25
From Greek for "primary", this necessity should make up 10-11% of your caloric intake
    $500 20
This recipient of the Medal of Honor is Nebraska's senior senator

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Carolyn Jordan Lawrence
$500 $1,100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Jordan Lawrence
$3,100 $1,700 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL BOTANY
COLLEGES, HITHER & YON
INAUGURAL ADDRESSES
THE OSCARS
YOUNGER MEN
SHAKESPEAREAN ANAGRAMS
    $200 16
Scholars have it down on paper that the bulrushes on the Nile were probably this plant
    $200 5
You'll find the main campus of the University of Puerto Rico in this city's Rio Piedras district
    $200 21
It completes the line, "Ask not what your country can do for you..."
    $200 7
This waltz king brought us the "Tales From The Vienna Woods"
    $200 1
Any sap knows it was the instrument of Cleopatra's demise
    $400 17
Sometimes Aaron felt like a nut, especially when his rod budded & brought forth these
    $400 11
This state university of New Jersey has campuses in New Brunswick, Newark & Camden
    $400 22
In his fourth inaugural address, he told us, "Today we work and fight for total victory in war"
    $400 8
Cato the Younger, great-grandson of Cato the Elder, supported Pompey & killed himself when this man took power
    $400 2
A big "Hello To" lovers of this tragedy
    $600 18
Esau sold his birthright for a soup made with these similar to peas
    $600 14
Lawrence of Arabia earned first-class honors in history at this university's Jesus College
    $600 23
President heard here:
"We find ourselves rich in goods but ragged in spirit, reaching with magnificent precision for the moon, but falling into raucous discord on Earth..."
    $600 27
This star of "Elmer Gantry" earned his last Oscar nomination for Louis Malle's 1981 film "Atlantic City"
    $600 9
His uncle Sigmund, his brother Ambrosius & his father, Hans the Elder, were painters too
    $600 3
Ah, the "sad cries" heard from Troilus when this tramp betrayed him!
    $800 19
Jesus compared the kingdom of heaven to this seed
    $800 12
Of the schools known as the Seven Sisters, this one in Massachusetts is alphabetically last
    $800 26
Liam Neeson was nominated for an Oscar for playing a man named Oskar in this 1993 film
    $800 10
Among his letters is one to Sora about a haunted house in Athens
    $800 4
An actress should have a wide range to play this second daughter of King Lear
    $1000 20
This grain that was cheaper than wheat was used to feed cattle & in the loaves that fed 5,000
    DD: $1,000 13
Queen Elizabeth I founded this city's Trinity College in 1591
    $1000 25
He was the only president to deliver 2 nonconsecutive inaugural addresses
    $1000 24
For the 1998 Oscars this nominee wore a $20 million diamond inspired by the gem in "Titanic"
    DD: $1,000 15
He was P.M. of England during the Napoleonic Wars, his father, the elder, during the Seven Years War
    $1000 6
He had a "real set" of gripes with Hamlet, especially after Hamlet killed his dad

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Jordan Lawrence
$8,300 $3,500 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS AUTHORS
Hemingway described this writer's 1961 book "Out of My League" as "The dark side of... Walter Mitty"

Final scores:

Carolyn Jordan Lawrence
$7,800 $0 $400
4-day champion: $38,800 3rd place: Jaguar Sports Watches 2nd place: Daewoo 19-inch TV with built-in VCR & Hooker Entertainment Center

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carolyn Jordan Lawrence
$8,800 $3,500 $4,400
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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