Show #3279 - Thursday, December 3, 1998

Andrew Maly game 4.

Contestants

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Jayne Stallons, a school-to-work coordinator from Waldport, Oregon

Marc Danziger, a self-employed businessman from Redondo Beach, California

Andrew Maly, an environmental engineer from Bel Air, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $21,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE OCEAN BLUE
WORLD CUP '98
(Alex: Let's see if you remember that event!)
FAIRIES & WEE FOLK
300 YEARS AGO
BODY LANGUAGE
FABULOUS BAKER BOYS
    $100 6
It may go plankton-crustacean-herring-haddock & be only as strong as its weakest link
    $100 16
There were an average of 2.67 of these a game, not enough for some bored U.S. viewers
    $100 17
This four-leafed plant, a symbol of luck, has the power to break some fairy spells
    $100 1
In 1698, this comet discoverer took a ship called the Paramour Pink on the first purely scientific sea voyage
    $100 11
In days past, a young punk often put "a chip on" this, & dared others to knock it off
    $100 26
Perhaps best known for "Walking Tall", he's more recently been seen in "GoldenEye"
    $200 7
The extension of a land mass to about 500' underwater; it gives way to the Continental Slope
    $200 19
This country's win over the "Great Satan" knocked the U.S. out of contention for the second round
    $200 18
Pixies frolic in southwestern England, especially in this part where the Cornish people live
    $200 2
In 1698, colonists from this European country got refreshment by making Pensacola....Florida, that is
    $200 12
To sense something intuitively is to "feel it in" these calcium storehouses
    $200 27
He won one Pulitzer Prize in 1979 for his New York Times column & one in 1983 for his autobiography
    DD: $500 8
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Michael Newman of "Baywatch") It's the Japanese term for seismic sea waves, sometimes 100 feet high, that can bring lots of tsuris"
    $300 20
Argentina didn't "kick" about this controversial tie-breaking method after using it to beat England
    $300 23
Resembling trolls, trows live in these Scottish islands famous for their small ponies
    $300 3
This architect who rebuilt London after the Great Fire of 1666 saw his work on Whitehall Palace burned in 1698
    $300 13
When you act out of pique & harm yourself in the process, you "cut off" this "to spite your face"
    $300 28
Type of hit that won Frank Baker his nickname when he hit 2 in the 1911 World Series
    $400 9
The photic zone is the upper ocean layer, with enough sunlight to allow this plant process
    $400 21
Only in France: the pre-game show at the final was a tribute to this "saint"ly fashion designer
    $400 24
Of all Shakespeare's plays, this one has the most fairies
    $400 4
In 1698 this Russian czar founded Taganrog; 5 years later he founded a better-known port
    $400 14
A fearsome foe is said to be "armed to" these body parts -- scary!
    $400 29
Trumpet-playing Baker seen here
    $500 10
As you'd expect, they're the 2 most abundant chemical elements in the dissolved solids found in seawater
    $500 22
It was a good July for this country: they reached the World Cup semis & Goran Ivanisevic made the Wimbledon final
    $500 25
You might want to hobnob with these mischiefmakers whose name begins with "hob"
    $500 5
Thomas Savery patented the first practical version of this machine, intending to use it in mines
    $500 15
Insincere words not backed up by deeds are this type of "service"
    $500 30
He's the Baker who played drums for Cream

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Andrew Marc Jayne
$1,400 $2,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Marc Jayne
$4,100 $3,800 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

CANTERBURY TALE TELLERS
MAY-DECEMBER MOVIES
MEDICINE
TRAVEL EUROPE
"N" THE DICTIONARY
FABULOUS BAKER GIRLS
    $200 18
The prioress wears a brooch inscribed with a Latin phrase meaning this "conquers all"
    $200 11
Middle-aged Marlon Brando & young Maria Schneider are lovers in this 1972 Bertolucci work
    $200 1
This symbol on a prescription is thought to represent the Latin word "recipe"
    $200 16
This Swiss city's Clock & Watch Museum on Rue de Malagnou is open daily except Tues., 10 A.M. - 5 P.M.; be punctual
    $200 6
It's a female goat, whether or not she takes care of your children
    $200 26
Rather than a souffle, George Washington's mom made this spice bread when Lafayette came calling
    $400 19
The wife of Bath, 5 times a widow & a world traveler, has made 3 trips to this holy Mideast city
    $400 12
This 1971 cult film's title characters were a 20-year-old (Bud Cort) & a 79-year old (Ruth Gordon)
    $400 2
Today, most commercial varieties of this antibiotic are produced by the mold p. chrysogenum
    $400 17
Locals call this capital's Kurfurstendamm Street Ku'damm for short
    $400 7
Bedtime headgear, or a bedtime beverage
    $400 27
In 1949 Theodora Smafield's water-rising twists won the first of these competitions
    $600 20
The first to tell a tale is this medieval fighting man, & it's one to remember
    $600 13
In "Atlantic City", Burt Lancaster watches her rub herself with lemons & falls in love
    DD: $1,000 3
The 2-word name of this disorder comes from Greek & Latin words meaning "without appetite" & "nervous"
    $600 21
Due to damage caused by air pollution & tourism you can't go inside this temple atop the Acropolis
    $600 8
Attention, Mister Rogers: Nabe, which is slang for a local movie theater, is short for this
    DD: $1,000 28
Margaret Rudkin named this company after her family's farm in Connecticut
    $800 24
John, the nun's priest, tells the tale of Chanticleer, one of these animals
    $800 14
In 1985's "Murphy's Romance", this actor romanced Sally Field
    $800 4
In 1543 this Flemish anatomist published his "On The Structure Of The Human Body"
    $800 22
You'll find Seville & Granada in this region of southern Spain
    $800 9
Tidy, or how I like my whiskey
    $1000 25
An album by Sting had 10 of his tales; the Chaucer book, 1
    $1000 15
The 1955 film "Daddy Long Legs" paired Fred Astaire & this French actress 32 years younger
    $1000 5
In the 2nd century, this Greek showed that arteries carry blood, not air as had been thought
    $1000 23
While in Florence try a cono or coppa of this, Italian for "ice cream"
    $1000 10
Hunt for a synonym for "hunter" & you'll find this hunter mentioned in Genesis 10

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Marc Jayne
$6,100 $6,000 $900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS
It's observed on March 7 in California, March 26 in Spain & April 22 in Nebraska

Final scores:

Andrew Marc Jayne
$12,100 $2,000 $1
4-day champion: $33,800 2nd place: Trip to Atlantis Resort & Casino, Paradise Island, Bahamas 3rd place: Panasonic DVD Player

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Marc Jayne
$5,500 $7,000 $900
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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