Show #3258 - Wednesday, November 4, 1998

Contestants

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Mark Sheehan, an attorney from Mansfield Center, Connecticut

Patty Leginus, a college professor from Silver Spring, Maryland

Sinan Turnacioglu, a medical student from East Brunswick, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $9,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
THE MASK OF ZORRO
THE MORMONS
ANCIENT GREECE
TOOL TIME
BAYWATCH BEACH SAFETY
(Alex: We have managed to get some of the stars from Baywatch to do video clues for us about beach safety, and in return, I will, later this month, be making a brief cameo appearance, fully clothed, on Baywatch.)
    $100 1
Since 1819 Monaco's judicial system has been based on this neighbor's code
    $100 21
He plays Don Diego de la Vega, the original Zorro, in the 1998 film
    $100 17
The highest-level church meetings take place in this city founded by Mormons on July 24, 1847
    $100 11
The Greeks were using rods as money until they appropriated the idea of these from the Lydians
    $100 15
When it "falls", you're fired
    $100 6
(Hi, I'm David Hasselhoff.) For L.A. beaches, this list includes dogs, fireworks & tents
    $200 2
The Spanish ports of Ceuta & Melilla actually lie on the Mediterranean coast of this North African nation
    $200 22
The film is set in this country's state of Alta California
    $200 24
Mormons consider themselves this, like about 2 billion others; Southern Baptists don't agree
    $200 12
Xanthippe's husband, he had his own "method" of asking questions
    $200 18
Toothed tool that's half a teeter-totter, see?
    $200 7
(Hi, I'm Mitzi Kapture.) For your safety, always swim near one of these that's manned & open
    $300 3
The Sanskrit words at the bottom of this country's national emblem mean "truth alone triumphs"
    $300 23
This executive producer must like action heroes; he also directed the Indiana Jones films
    $300 25
The cornerstone for the first of these was laid on July 23, 1833 in Kirtland, Ohio
    $300 13
Hesiod said this group of nine goddesses met him on Mt. Helicon & breathed the gift of song into him
    $300 19
A sharp twist of your muscle that might make a monkey out of you
    $300 8
(Hi, I'm Michael Bergin.) To protect your head, neck & spine, don't do this into unfamiliar waters
    $400 4
About 90% of the people of this country which borders Burundi on the north are Hutu, about 9% Tutsi
    $400 27
Though challenged by Sidney Rigdon, he became leader of the church in 1844
    $400 14
These federations included Achaean, Delian & Amphictyonic--no National or American
    $400 20
Things on the up & up are "on" this tool, honest
    $400 9
(Hi, I'm Brooke Burns.) The Red Cross recommends everyone learn this; L.A. lifeguards have been using it since 1957
    $500 5
The coat of arms of the Netherlands is a combination of those of the Dutch republic & this royal house
    $500 29
Antonio Banderas joins a long line of screen Zorros that began with this man in 1920
    DD: $500 26
This heavenly being, son of the prophet Mormon, appeared to Joseph Smith in 1823
    $500 16
A Hoplite was a soldier named for his hoplon, one of these that was round, heavy & made of wood & bronze
    $500 28
If you know the correct procedure, you "know" this tool
    $500 10
(Hi, I'm Michael Newman.) If you can't swim well, or at all, don't rely on these; you may lose them in the water

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

Sinan Patty Mark
$800 $300 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sinan Patty Mark
$500 $700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOVEMBER
BROADWAY MUSICALS
EUROPEAN AUTHORS
EYE ON THE UNIVERSE
HE WAS IN THAT?
"LING"O
    $200 16
On November 21, 1620 this ship rounded Cape Cod
    $200 2
New York Magazine called it "Everyone's favorite orphan musical"
    $200 17
"Happy families are all alike" begins his "Anna Karenina"
    $200 11
A storm of ammonia clouds billowing 150 miles high is seen on this planet
    $200 1
Don't tell mom this "X-Files" star was in "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead"
    $400 3
Natasha Richardson sallied forth as Sally Bowles in the 1998 revival of this musical
    $400 18
One review called his "Steppenwolf" "the ultimate novel of intellect in despair"
    $400 12
My heavens! This comet caused a lot of excitement in March of 1997
    $400 6
The heartthrob in the 1953 film "Titanic" wasn't Leonardo DiCaprio but this actor seen here
    $600 4
In 1992 Adam Arkin of "Chicago Hope" took over the role of Nathan Detroit in this musical revival
    $600 19
10 characters tell 10 stories each over 10 days in his "Decameron"
    $600 13
In the center of galaxy NGC-4261 is one of these powerful objects surrounded by a disk of dust
    $600 7
Look for Jeff Goldblum as the Tricycle Man in this 1975 Robert Altman film set in Tennessee
    $600 22
Vocation of Melville's Captain Ahab & crew
    DD: $800 5
(Hi, I'm Jason Alexander.) In 1984 I played several roles in "The Rink", which starred Liza Minnelli & this Broadway "spider woman"
    $800 20
Langston Hughes translated this Spaniard's "Gypsy Ballads" of 1928 into English
    $800 14
It's not a beer, it's the ring seen here
    $800 8
His role as the comatose Murphy in "Coma" wasn't exactly his "Magnum" opus
    $800 23
From the Middle English for "coin with a star", it's synonymous with British currency
    $1000 9
"Cats" is based on this book with a much longer title
    $1000 21
"Les Chouans" in 1829 was the first novel this "La Comedie Humaine" author published under his own name
    $1000 15
From the Latin for "mist", it's the ethereal type of celestial object seen here
    $1000 10
In 1969, in his pre-"Phantom" days, he played Cornelius Hackl in the film version of "Hello, Dolly!"
    $1000 24
Wines made from this German white grape are characterized by a spicy, fruity bouquet

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sinan Patty Mark
$500 $3,300 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSEUMS
Its museums include the Borgia Apartments, the Etruscan Museum & the Raphael Rooms

Final scores:

Sinan Patty Mark
$0 $2,400 $6,650
3rd place: Samsung His & Hers Cameras 2nd place: Trip to Holiday Inn Aruba Beach Resort & Casino, Palm Beach, Aruba New champion: $6,650

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sinan Patty Mark
$1,300 $3,300 $4,700
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
4 W
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,300

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