Show #3251 - Monday, October 26, 1998

Juliet Wiley game 1.

Contestants

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Cres Heasley, a medical student from Charlottesville, Virginia

Juliet Wiley, a stay-at-home mom from Plano, Texas

Jamie Phillippe, a customer service representative from Baton Rouge, Louisiana (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

GREEN
EGGS & HAM
(oh-oh!)
SAM-I-AM
(people named Sam)
HORTON HEARS THE WHO
ONE FISH, TWO FISH
OH, THE PLACES YOU'LL GO!
(there's a theme there)
    $100 2
Larry Bird & Bill Russell won renown wearing the green of this team
    $100 17
An omelette containing ham, green peppers & onions is named for this American city
    $100 1
I would eat them in the rain, I would eat them as Mark Twain
    $100 13
In 1969 The Who had a major hit with "Pinball Wizard", a track from this concept album
    $100 11
Full name of the large, colorful predator seen here
    $100 26
Fairy tales can come true in Odense, Denmark when you visit the home & museum of this author
    $200 3
Seen here, they're rich in vitamins as well as being delicious
    $200 18
The ham & cheese version of this egg dish is prepared in much the same manner as the Lorraine
    $200 5
I would pile them in a cart, I would eat them in my mart; they'd reach miles up in the air, because I am a billionaire
    $200 22
The Who earned an entry in this book with a 120-decibel concert performance
    $200 12
Watch your fingers around this ferocious riverfish seen here
    $200 27
In this city you can visit a tattoo museum, a sex museum & the Rijksmuseum all in one day
    $300 4
The area seen here, or a city southwest of Toledo
    $300 19
The slice of ham in traditional Eggs Benedict can be replaced with this similar pork product
    $300 8
I would eat them, you would see, just as fast as ABC; I would eat them 3-4-5, on my show called "Primetime Live"
    $300 23
Upon the September 7, 1978 death of this man, Kenney Jones became The Who's new drummer
    $300 14
Largemouth or smallmouth, this battling fish is a sportsman's favorite
    DD: $1,000 28
It's the country where you'd find Wahoo Bay Beach, Barbancourt Rum Distillery & Blvd. Jean-Jacques Dessalines
    $400 6
In a poem, Sir Gawain cuts off this foe's head, which the body picks up & rides off with
    $400 20
This ham, turkey & Swiss sandwich is dipped in beaten egg & fried to a golden brown
    $400 9
I can eat them "Yes I Can", I'll eat them as the Candy Man
    $400 24
"Let My Love Open The Door" was this artist's only Top 10 solo hit
    $400 15
Yum! The Caspian type of this fish is the source of a great delicacy
    $400 29
The beautiful Butchart Gardens is one of the top draws in this capital of British Columbia
    $500 7
Green is a traditional Muslim color, as seen here on this country's flag
    $500 21
At this chain restaurant, you can order an egg & ham sandwich called "Moons Over My Hammy"
    $500 10
I would eat them on a plate, but not while probing Watergate
    $500 25
In 1990 The Who were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame by this group's Adam Clayton
    $500 16
It's the Picassoesque fish you're eyeing here
    $500 30
At the Spanish Riding School in Vienna, you can see these famous white horses perform

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

Jamie Juliet Cres
$1,600 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Juliet Cres
$3,200 $300 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
EDUCATION
MUSICALS
POETIC LICENSE
STOCK SYMBOLS
CROSSWORD CLUES "G"
    $200 2
This author of "The Prince" was made head of Florence's second chancery & led many foreign missions
    $200 30
Past giants in this university's job include Harvard's James Conant, who served from 1933 to 1953
    $200 1
The songs "Circle of Life" & "Hakuna Matata" frame the first act of this show
    $200 7
Late in his life, he was involved with at least 3 women but wedding bells tolled "Nevermore"
    $200 8
CPB is the symbol for this maker of alphabet soup
    $200 21
David downed him
(7)
    $400 3
On August 21, 1983 he was murdered at Manila Airport while protected by government troops
    $400 29
California's Proposition 227 of 1998 opposed this type of education/este tipo de educacion
    $400 9
This 1977 film was the basis for a 1998 London musical starring Adam Garcia as Tony Manero
    $400 13
Lady Caroline Lamb, a married lover of this lord, called him "mad, bad and dangerous to know"
    $400 17
This securities firm feels secure with MER
    $400 22
He horses around with the bride
(5)
    $600 4
In 1740 he bought a London building, The Foundry, to serve as headquarters for his Methodist societies
    $600 28
British term for schools like Eton that are actually what Americans would call private
    DD: $500 10
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Carol Burnett) I made my Broadway debut in this musical based on a fairytale"
    DD: $500 14
He did "Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" but died at age 39 after years of hard drinking & debauchery
    $600 18
You may call your broker on a FONCARD from this long-distance company, FON
    $600 23
A wreath, perhaps for singer Judy
(7)
    $800 5
In 1935 Germany officially re-established its air force under this future Reichsmarschall
    $800 27
An ordinary, average, everyday school, or one that trains teachers
    $800 11
"Man of La Mancha" begins with this author arriving at a Spanish prison
    $800 15
This Scot's affair with a servant lass named Elizabeth produced a child in 1785
    $800 19
Its symbol is VO, a brand of Canadian whisky
    $800 24
Sand, or "True" nerve
(4)
    $1000 6
Known as one of the "Seven Wise Men of Greece", he modified the severe laws of Draco into a new code
    $1000 26
This "channel" beamed into 12,000 schools includes 10 minutes of news & 2 of commercials
    $1000 12
In 1998 this "colorful" costume musical based on Baroness Orczy's novel received 3 Tony nominations
    $1000 16
His first wife, Harriet, was pregnant when he ran off with teenager Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin
    $1000 20
This storage container maker is stored under RBD
    $1000 25
Isle of cows
(8)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Juliet Cres
$6,000 $4,700 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ARCHAEOLOGY
In 1997 aerial surveys found the Pleasure Dome he built in the 13th century

Final scores:

Jamie Juliet Cres
$2,599 $8,900 $4,100
3rd place: Samsung His & Hers Cameras New champion: $8,900 2nd place: Daewoo TV/VCR Combo & Speaker System & Bush Home Theater Cabinet

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamie Juliet Cres
$6,000 $4,900 $5,100
17 R,
2 W
14 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
20 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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