Show #3253 - Wednesday, October 28, 1998

Juliet Wiley game 3.

Contestants

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Pam Bybell, a homemaker from West Medford, Massachusetts

Gene Wurth, an attorney & fundraiser from Champaign, Illinois

Juliet Wiley, a stay-at-home mom from Plano, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,499)

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Jeopardy! Round

THIS IS OUR COUNTRY
FESTIVE FOOD
PUBLIC HISTORY
THE MOVIES
NEWSPAPER NAMES
LETTERS & NUMBERS
(Alex: Each correct response will be a combination of letters and numbers; example: WD-40.)
    $100 11
A spot in this California nat'l park is the lowest place in the Western Hemisphere -- 282' below sea level
    $100 1
Heloise suggests dyeing your kids' pancakes this color on Saint Patrick's Day
    $100 7
It's the site where the mission seen here began in 1995 (space shuttle liftoff)
    $100 3
Here's the naked truth: this 1997 film is the highest-grossing British movie in history
    $100 13
The papers with this name in NYC & L.A. have combined daily circulations of over 2 million
    $100 22
Administered by Pakistan, it's the second-highest mountain in the world
    $200 27
Paul Revere Mall, a park in this city, has bronze tablets honoring the people of the North End
    $200 2
You can make pudding, as well as pie, from the pulp of this jack-o'-lantern gourd
    $200 8
They're the 2 historic former presidents seen here in 1992 (at a ranch)
    $200 14
Of "Carousel", "Rollercoaster" or "Midway", the film that featured a very young Helen Hunt
    $200 18
Meaning of the name of Nicaragua's La Prensa, or what Nicaragua hasn't always had "freedom of"
    $200 23
In 1970 McDonnell Douglas introduced this jetliner to compete with the Boeing 747
    DD: $900 30
About 1/3 of this state's visitors arrive by cruise ship, many from Vancouver, British Columbia
    $300 4
Cheese kreplach & cheese blintzes are suggested dishes for Shavuot, a holiday of this religion
    $300 9
Rhyming nickname of the man seen here who kept the world informed in 1991
    $300 15
This "heavenly" Meg Ryan film shares its name, but not its plot, with a Tony-winning musical
    $300 19
Portland's largest paper is The Oregonian; this is Nashville's
    $300 24
Slang for "square", it's the name of an all-female rock band of the 1990s
    $400 29
Elfreth's Alley, not far from Betsy Ross' home in this city, is the USA's oldest continuously occupied street
    $400 5
Cinco de Mayo is the perfect time to serve margaritas & this classic avocado dip
    $400 10
The "thrilling" Manila brawler seen here in 1975 (he lost)
    $400 16
This sister of Francis Ford Coppola appeared in all of his "Godfather" films
    $400 20
Correct pronounciation of the name of a 234-year-old Hartford paper, or the type of "events" it covers
    $400 25
Abbreviation for the period of one's education from age 4 to 6 through high school
    $500 28
A statue of this Spanish explorer is displayed at Fountain of Youth Park in St. Augustine, Florida
    $500 6
This Hawaiian island celebrates its famous onions with an annual festival that includes a recipe contest
    $500 12
He's the deposed dictator seen here in custody (captured in 1989)
    $500 17
Kirk Douglas played the "gentleman caller" in the film version of this Tennessee Williams play
    $500 21
This Tulsa morning paper is a translation of Germany's Die Welt
    $500 26
Vernon Kell, known as "K", headed this British security service when it was founded in 1909

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

Juliet Gene Pam
$700 $900 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Gene Pam
$2,700 $2,400 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

SWEDE TALK
NICKNAMES
'90s MUSIC
SHOCKING!
HODGEPODGE
____ AND ____
    $200 26
Sweden's got a Gota one -- it was dug at the same time as the USA's Erie one
    $200 1
Last name of the mother & son who were "Miss Lillian" & "Grits"
    $200 9
Pepsi canceled a deal with her after complaints over the "Like A Prayer" video
    $200 10
In the 1970s this state gave the U.S. Nixon's disgraced VP & a governor convicted of mail fraud
    $200 17
You can't see the "end" of this colorful arc in the sky because it doesn't have one
    $200 6
If you taste-test Cortlands against Valencias, you're comparing these
    $400 27
In 1792 King Gustav III was shot at this type of ball; he thought he wouldn't be recognized
    $400 2
Nickname shared by football's Vernon Smith & baseball's James Hunter
    $400 22
"Everyday Is A Winding Road" for this singer who used to back Michael Jackson
    $400 11
In 1996 an ex-cop pleaded guilty to trying to have this Texas team's wide receiver Michael Irvin killed
    $400 18
Haptic means of or relating to this tactile sense
    $400 7
To pursue an activity full force is to do it this way, like a blacksmith
    $600 3
Gangster Martin Goldsmith was nicknamed this, with 2 "G"s; Benjamin Siegel had only one
    $600 23
Her album "Pieces Of You" has been on Billboard's top pop catalog album charts for over 100 weeks
    $600 14
The last pitcher to win 30 games in a season, he's since done time for extortion & mail fraud
    $600 19
Peas contain this bone-building material whose name is from the Greek for "light-bearing"
    $600 8
Famed duo seen here ('70s song & dance/comedy)
    $800 4
You've got this nailed if you know this is Louis Terkel's nickname
    $800 24
The chorus of this Beck song mentions "Two turntables and a microphone"
    DD: $700 15
In the 1790's William Ireland "discovered" (actually wrote) this man's play "Vortigern And Rowena"
    $800 20
Last name of British fashion designer Vivienne, or the L.A. community that's home to UCLA
    $800 12
One founder of this jet engine manufacturer was a cousin of the inventor of the cotton gin
    DD: $1,000 5
Born in 1861, this Chicago businessman was known as "Monarch of Mastication"
    $1000 25
In this band's "Only Happy When It Rains", Shirley Manson sings, "It Feels So Good To Feel So Sad"
    $1000 16
The prehistoric "man" named for this English place turned out to be part modern corpse & part ape
    $1000 21
Oh, yes! An oenochoe is an ancient Greek pitcher or jug made to hold this
    $1000 13
George Bernard Shaw play in which John Tanner philosophizes about evolution

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Gene Pam
$4,500 $3,100 $4,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC WORDPLAY
(Alex: What does that mean?)
The name of this Asian country contains the name of a Mediterranean volcano

Final scores:

Juliet Gene Pam
$8,900 $6,200 $100
3-day champion: $22,399 2nd place: Trip to Pueblo Bonito Rose Resort, Los Cabos, Mexico 3rd place: Jaguar Friendship Collection Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Juliet Gene Pam
$4,500 $3,200 $6,500
14 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
20 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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