Show #3301 - Monday, January 4, 1999

Contestants

Peggy Sheehan, a teacher from Arlington, Massachusetts

Robb Borland, an engineer from Gibsonburg, Ohio

Brian Gillespie, an actor originally from Bayonne, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

HOTELS BY CITY
(Alex: We'll give you the names of some hotels, you identify the city.)
EVEN-TOED UNGULATES
(Alex: Yeah.)
ON THE MOVE
NAME THAT BOARD GAME
CLOTHES MAKE THE LAND
SAYS YOU
    $100 11
The Inn at the Opera,
The Nob Hill Lambourne,
The Hyatt Fisherman's Wharf
    $100 21
Its hump or humps, composed mainly of fat, may weigh 80 pounds or more
    $100 26
A race of these vehicles was the most prestigious event of the ancient Olympics
    $100 1
"Go directly to jail"
    $100 16
It's the U.S. state where you'll find the native skirts seen here
[grass skirts]
    $100 6
He told Frank Gorshin, "I never said... 'Mmm you dirty rat!'"
    $200 12
The Peery Hotel,
The Inn at Temple Square,
The Brigham Street Inn
    $200 22
At birth this mammal is over 6 feet tall, about 30% of its full adult height
    $200 27
Altima & Sentra are 2 popular models from this automaker
    $200 2
"King me!"
    $200 17
The pipers seen here are sporting some of the native plaids of this country
    $200 7
Bartlett's list "Stop da music!" & "Dese are de conditions dat prevail" under this man's name
    $300 13
The Gaslight Inn,
The Ansley Inn,
The Westin Peachtree Plaza
    $300 23
The pygmy species of this "river horse" spends less time in the water & more time in the forest
    $300 28
In 1987 one of these vessels sank in the North Sea when the vehicle deck doors were left open
    $300 3
"Miss Scarlet in the library with the wrench"
    $300 18
Neck rings like these are all the rage for women living north of Bangkok in this country
    $300 8
Abraham Lincoln said, "The ballot is stronger than" this
    $400 14
The Regal Maxwell House,
The Sheraton Music City,
The Opryland Hotel
    $400 24
Between 1850 & 1889, their number on the American plains decreased from 20,000,000 to 541
    DD: $600 29
This airport is the busiest in the northeastern United States
    $400 4
"You sank my aircraft carrier!"
    $400 19
Proud Masai warriors like these live in either of these two East African countries
    $400 9
The most famous line from this author's "Sacred Emily" is "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose"
    $500 15
The Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel,
Penn's View Inn,
The Penn Tower Hotel
    $500 25
Sometimes called the ugliest animal in the world, this African pig has bumps below each eye
    $500 30
In December 1783 chemist J.A.C. Charles made the first balloon ascent using this gas
    $500 5
"My wink is nearest the pot. I've won the squidge-off!"
    $500 20
Bedouin costumes like these abound in this country that's east of Israel & west of Saudi Arabia
    $500 10
Heraclitus noticed, "You cannot step twice into the same" one of these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Brian Robb Peggy
-$300 $300 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Robb Peggy
$700 $1,500 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

RICHARD NIXON
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
FUN WITH FUNGUS
(Alex: My youth revisited!)
FOREIGN HOLIDAY
THE PEACE OF WESTPHALIA
"STICK" WITH IT
    $200 7
Passed during Nixon's presidency, the 26th Amendment set this at 18
    $200 1
This violet-eyed beauty was 12 years old when she starred in "National Velvet" in 1944
    $200 6
This important drug was the first antibiotic extracted from fungal molds
    $200 16
Bring along a Monopoly "Get Out of Jail Free" card in France on July 14; it's this holiday
    $200 24
What was once the province of Westphalia is now part of 3 states in this country
    $200 21
It is easier to eat with these wooden utensils after you split them apart
    $400 8
In 1952 this six-year-old gave Nixon's dog Checkers its name
    $400 2
Oops! When she won a Golden Globe for "Chicago Hope", she was in the ladies' room
    $400 12
Fruiting fungal bodies like mushrooms produce these cells which develop into new organisms
    $400 17
After 4 days of samba-driven revelry during Carnaval, Rio is quiet on this day
    $400 25
This Protestant movement named for reformer John got the same status as Lutheranism
    $400 22
You'll find these body parts on a kleptomaniac
    DD: $700 9
One of the 2 Nixon appointees to the Supreme Court who have been chief justice
    DD: $1,000 3
(Hi, I'm Jerry Orbach.) I had the time of my life playing Jennifer Grey's father in this 1987 film
    $600 13
Lacking this pigment, fungi can't produce their own food the way many plants can
    $600 18
Mexico celebrates this holiday, Dia del Trabajo, on May 1; we do it in September
    $600 26
A Grand Alliance was formed in 1689 against this Sun King to enforce the treaty's provisions
    $600 23
A policeman would carry one of these billy clubs on the graveyard shift
    $800 10
Nixon accepted this on September 8, 1974 expressing his regrets for the mistakes he made
    $800 4
This star of "Hard Rain" did some hard time in 1998
    $800 14
This fungal plant disease characterized by reddish spots shares its name with a product of oxidation
    $800 19
An April 25 holiday in Australia honors this military group
    $800 29
All the states in this empire were recognized as independent, making its emperor powerless
    $800 27
The former name of San Francisco's 3-Com Park
    $1000 11
This man, Nixon's chief of staff, called him "Inexplicable, strange, hard to understand"
    $1000 5
Sam Elliott co-starred with this "Butch Cassidy" actress in "The Legacy" before he became her husband
    $1000 15
It's not a dirty magazine, it's the type of parasitic fungi that grows on corn
    $1000 20
It celebrates its independence from Colombia on November 3
    $1000 30
2 new republics were established; the Netherlands & this one that was neutral during the war
    $1000 28
Violin bows, or a word used to express impatience

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Robb Peggy
$7,800 $3,100 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
This title character was inspired by a girl who'd had her appendix out in a French hospital run by nuns

Final scores:

Brian Robb Peggy
$15,600 $3,100 $16,799
2nd place: a trip to Radisson/SAS Hotel, Hamburg, Germany 3rd place: a $2,500 Versatel/Bank of America Visa check card New champion: $16,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Robb Peggy
$7,300 $2,900 $8,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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