Show #3292 - Tuesday, December 22, 1998

Contestants

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Debra Keil, a school counselor from Inola, Oklahoma

Roger Goodman, a state agency director from Olympia, Washington

Susan desJardins, a pediatric cardiologist from Silver Spring, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS
PATRIOTIC SONGS
CITY FOOD
BOB HOPE
THE U.S.
"O"
    $100 1
Decoration Day is another name for this holiday when graves of soldiers are decorated
    $100 12
He "went to town, riding on a pony"
    $100 7
Buffalo wings don't come from a bison, but from this bird (& from the city in New York)
    $100 26
Sadly, Bob's plans to make "Road to the Fountain of Youth" died in 1977 with this man
    $100 2
West Quoddy Head in this state is the easternmost point in the U.S.; East Quoddy Head is in Canada
    $100 21
Horses can eat them whole; humans eat them after they've been cleaned, toasted, hulled & cleaned again
    $200 13
Sweden celebrates this national symbol on June 6, eight days before the U.S. celebrates its own
    $200 17
When the South surrendered, Lincoln asked a band outside the White House to play this "Southern" song
    $200 8
You don't have to live in Philly to spread your bagel with Philly, which is this
    $200 27
Bob's books include "Confessions of a Hooker: My Lifelong Love Affair with" this
    $200 3
Industry that gave the Illinois & Pennsylvania cities of Carbondale their names
    $200 22
Reporter Ben Reddick is credited with coining this "state"ly term for Dust Bowl refugees
    $300 14
National UNICEF Day coincides with this other holiday
    $300 18
George M. Cohan was awarded a Congressional medal for writing this most famous song of World War I
    $300 9
It's traditional to serve this city's steamed brown bread with its world-famous baked beans
    $300 4
We "beg" you to give us this name for the areas where you'd find Tallahassee, Florida & Amarillo, Texas
    $300 23
Animal seen here, very much "alive"
    $400 15
This country observes June 10 as Malvinas Day
    $400 19
In 1939 Irving Berlin had this song copyrighted in the name of boxer Gene Tunney & others to create a fund
    DD: $500 10
(Richard Simmons reads the clue.) Bananas Foster & Oysters Rockefeller are 2 yummy dishes created in this Southern city, my birthplace
    $400 5
These highlands stretching from St. Louis to the Arkansas River are called a plateau as well as mountains
    $400 24
At Renaissance faires, the aire be sweet with the strains of this clay flute of oval shape
    $500 16
On Purim, the Biblical book named for this queen is read in synagogues
    $500 20
Its fifth verse begins, "In the beauty of the lillies Christ was born across the sea"
    $500 11
A typical Denver sandwich contains egg cooked with bits of ham, onion & this chopped green veggie
    $500 6
If Bugs Bunny had taken that proverbial left at Albuquerque, he could have followed this river
    $500 25
Title of the 1974 suspense film seen here:

"All I did was to obey my orders. Don't compare yourself with a soldier... you were an executioner..."

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

Susan Roger Debra
$1,000 $300 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Roger Debra
$400 $500 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH LIT
'70s TV
HISTORIC ASSASSINATIONS
JACKS OF ALL TRADES
RELIGION
Q ME
    $200 1
After he toiled on his first work, "Cromwell", friends told this "Comedie Humane" man to give up literature
    $200 17
She starred in "Shirley's World" in 1971; must seem like a lifetime ago to her
    $200 12
On June 28, 1914 Bosnian Serb terrorist Gavrilo Princip jumped on this archduke's car & killed him & his wife Sophie
    $200 11
He was named "Golfer of the Century" in 1988 & "Golf Course Architect of the Year" in 1993
    $200 26
Jesus said unto him, "Thou Art" this name, "And upon this rock I will build my church"
    $200 6
These people gave the letter Q its present form around the first or second century
    $400 2
Sartre's "L' Idiot de la Famille" was a large-scale study of this "Madame Bovary" author
    $400 18
This brother & sister's variety show ran from 1976 to 1979; their talk show debuted in 1998
    $400 13
Accused JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald was himself killed by this nightclub owner
    $400 22
In 1991 he published "Prescription Medicide: The Goodness of Planned Death"
    $400 7
Q is being communicated here in this code (two flags)
    $600 3
An Algerian named Mersault is the narrator of his 1942 novel "L' Etranger"
    $600 19
Anne Meara was Kate McShane & this Kate was Kate Columbo
    $600 14
In 1984 2 of her Sikh bodyguards killed her as revenge for her order to attack the Golden Temple of Amritsar
    $600 23
Jack McCall is best remembered for shooting this frontiersman while he was playing poker
    $600 27
It's the highest caste among the Hindus
    $600 8
Sergeant Rock could tell you that the QMC is this "supply side" branch of the Army
    $800 4
Author-aviator who created "Le Petit Prince"
    $800 20
In 1962 this pair was together at Carnegie Hall; 10 years later both had variety shows
    $800 15
At a reception in the palace for Muhammad's birthday in 1975, this Saudi king was assassinated by his nephew
    $800 24
This 1996 vice-presidential candidate was once a quarterback for the Buffalo Bills
    $800 9
In footnotes, it's what "q.v." means
    DD: $1,000 5
For over 100 years the publishing house he founded has been the leader in French dictionaries
    $1000 21
Way before Buffy, there was this 1974-75 Darrin McGavin series
    $1000 16
On February 28, 1986 this Swedish prime minister was shot by an unknown gunman on the streets of Stockholm
    DD: $700 25
(VIDEO DAILY DOUBLE):
"(Hi, I'm Jack Ford, chief legal correspondent for NBC News) Before joining NBC, I was an anchor for this cable network from its debut in 1991 to 1994"
    $1000 10
Umm Said & Dukhan are cities in this country, the only one in the world that begins with the letter Q

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Roger Debra
$2,600 $3,200 $1,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1998 OPERA NEWS
For his first opera, Andre Previn adapted this 1947 Pulitzer Prize play featuring sex, violence & insanity

Final scores:

Susan Roger Debra
$1,999 $1,199 $2,999
2nd place: a trip to Sandals Royal Bahamian Resort, Bahamas 3rd place: a Samsung Maxima Zoom 145 compact camera New champion: $2,999

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Susan Roger Debra
$3,600 $3,900 $1,400
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W

Combined Coryat: $8,900

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