Show #3272 - Tuesday, November 24, 1998

Contestants

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Ross Lambersky, from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Anne Robinson, a flight attendant from New York City, New York

Adriana Bate, an office manager from New Orleans, Louisiana (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BLUE & THE GRAY
MOVIE CO-STARS
THE PLANETS
I'M JUST A "BILL"
THE WORLD OF LOUNGE
LIZARDS
    $100 9
In July 1861 Washingtonians packed picnic lunches & headed over to watch this first big battle of the war
    $100 4
In the 1994 film "North", Julia Louis-Dreyfus & Jason Alexander of this TV series played North's mom & dad
    $100 15
Its ring system is more than 170,000 miles in diameter, but only about a mile thick
    $100 16
The first through tenth Constitutional amendments
    $100 12
Much lounging is done on this vinyl-covered fabric named for Naugatuck, Connecticut
    $100 1
Good eatin'--this lizard seen here is a popular Latin American delicacy
    $200 10
Though it went into effect January 1, 1863, no slaves were legally freed because of it
    $200 5
Actress seen here with her good friend Madonna in a 1992 film
    $200 22
Its mass is more than twice the mass of all the other planets combined
    $200 17
If a doctor can't find anything wrong with you, you have a clean one
    $200 23
The primo cocktail of the cocktail nation is this one favored by James Bond
    $200 2
These large lizards have been known to overpower small deer & wild pigs
    $300 11
These 2 major figures, an author & an abolitionist, were both named Harriet
    $300 6
This former TV angel played Robert Duvall's not so angelic wife in "The Apostle"
    $300 29
Planet whose landscape is seen here
    $300 19
A menu is also known as this
    $300 24
You can't go wrong if you make this man your model of style & demeanour:

"The last thing I need is a dame around me who says she's my wife. You know how I operate."
    $300 3
This noisy lizard's name sounds like the slimy Michael Douglas character in the movie "Wall Street"
    $400 13
After raising the Merrimack, the Confederates renamed it this, for the state near where it was sunk
    DD: $300 7
This father & daughter were both nominated for Oscars for a 1981 film; Dad won
    $400 30
Since its 1846 discovery, this planet has yet to complete one trip around the sun
    $400 20
It's proof you bought what you paid for
    $400 26
1996 film that popularized lines like "You're money, baby"
    $400 18
Because of its ability seen here, the basilisk lizard of South America is also known by this religious name
    $500 14
The first state to secede, its population was 57% black
    $500 8
This movie based on a Philip Roth novella gave Richard Benjamin & Ali MacGraw their first leading roles on film
    $500 25
Due to the greenhouse effect, this planet's surface reaches almost 900 degrees
    $500 21
The Beatles asked him "What did you kill?"
    $500 27
With hits like "Somewhere My Love", this bandleader brought a "Ray" of light to '60s lounge
    $500 28
Shattering news! It's the type of lizard seen here

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

Adriana Anne Ross
$800 $1,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Adriana Anne Ross
$3,300 $1,800 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

PLUTARCH'S LIVES
BIRTHPLACES
CLASSICAL MUSIC
TV COMEDY
AFRICANS
POETS' RHYME TIME
    $200 14
This "Speed" star was born in Beirut, Lebanon to an English mother & a Chinese-Hawaiian father
    $200 6
His "Eroica" symphony was dedicated to his patron Prince Lobkowitz, not Napoleon as first intended
    $200 1
"These Friends of Mine" was the original title of this DeGeneres sitcom
    $200 21
The Dogon supposedly have remarkable knowledge in this field, including the existence of Sirius B
    $200 11
Jonson's
quills
    $400 26
The conspirators against this man were wounded by each other while they stabbed at him
    $400 15
Quelle Surprise! Yo-Yo Ma & Kathie Lee Gifford were both born in this city
    $400 7
1742 oratorio featuring such choruses as "And he shall purify" & "He hath borne our griefs"
    $400 2
FOX show that boosted the careers of the Wayans Family, Jamie Foxx & Jim Carrey
    $400 22
Quarried from the desert, it's been used as currency by Ethiopians, presumably not in shakers
    $400 12
Geoffrey's
cup holders
    DD: $1,000 29
This ruler's public dress, halfway between Persian & Macedonian, ticked off the Macedonians
    $600 18
TV's Alice Kramden, she was born in Wu Chang, China
    $600 8
After writing this 1829 opera, Rossini wrote less than a half dozen more works the last 39 years of his life
    $600 3
For the Flintstones, it's Barney Rubble; for the Simpsons, it's the sanctimonious Ned Flanders
    $600 23
The Mbuti of the Congo are the best-known group of these short statured people
    $600 13
Robert's
expenses
    $800 27
Antony liked to wear his tunic low on his hips as he fancied himself looking like & related to this strong demi-god
    $800 19
Famous sons of this Minnesota city where Bob Dylan grew up are Vincent Bugliosi & Roger Maris
    $800 9
From 1933 to 1935, he served as president of Germany's Reichmusikkammer, or chamber of state music
    $800 4
This "All In The Family" producer also developed "All's Fair", about lovers with political differences
    DD: $2,000 24
Numbering roughly 5 million, they're the descendants of early Egyptian Christians
    $800 16
Hughes'
sneakers
    $1000 28
Plutarch drew a parallel between Poplicola & this famous lawgiver
    $1000 20
This glamourous blonde star of 1936's "My Man Godfrey" was born Jane Alice Peters in Fort Wayne, Indiana
    $1000 10
It's the von Suppe "military" overture heard here
    $1000 5
Hail! In the '50s Mel Brooks, Woody Allen & Neil Simon all wrote for "Your Show Of Shows", starring this man
    $1000 25
Mount Kenya is in the heart of the homeland of this largest ethnic group in Kenya
    $1000 17
Edmund's
incense burners

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Adriana Anne Ross
$6,700 $3,200 $1,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1998 DISCOVERIES
Discovered by a student, the largest known one of these fills as many pages as a good-sized novel

Final scores:

Adriana Anne Ross
$6,410 $1,400 $0
2-day champion: $13,810 2nd place: Trip to Sandals Beach Resort, Bahamas 3rd place: Direct TV Satellite System

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Adriana Anne Ross
$8,700 $2,900 $1,700
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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