Responses for show #3105 - Friday, February 13, 1998

1998 Tournament of Champions final game 2.

Contestants

Kim Worth, a freelance writer and stand-up comedian from Venice, California (subtotal of $6,100)

Dan Melia, a professor from San Francisco, California (subtotal of $10,300)

Bob Harris, a political humorist originally from Cleveland, Ohio (subtotal of $0)

Jeopardy! Round responses

20th CENTURY POLITICIANS
LOOK WHO'S TALKING
(Alex: We'll give you the name of the individual who's talking; you have to identify the work of literature that that's from.)
CAT PEOPLE
THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
"ROCK" & "ROLL"
YOU CAN LOOK IT UP
    $100 27
Harry Truman

Bob
    $100 21
Treasure Island

Dan
    $100 6
John Cougar

Kim
    $100 11
Thomas Paine

Kim
    $100 1
a rolling pin

Bob
    $100 16
the head

Bob
    $200 28
Woodrow Wilson

Bob
    $200 22
The Sun Also Rises

Dan
    $200 7
Richard the Lionhearted

Bob
    $200 13
John Paul Jones

Dan
    $200 2
Rocky & Bullwinkle

Kim
    $200 17
buzzing

Dan
    $300 24
Ross Perot

Dan
    $300 23
The Joy Luck Club

Kim
    $300 8
Catwoman

Kim
    $300 12
Hessians

Dan
    $300 3
Norman Rockwell

Kim
    $300 18
an uncle

Dan
    $400 29
Sam Rayburn

Bob
    $400 25
Lolita

Dan
    $400 9
Miss Kitty

Dan
    $400 14
Intolerable Acts

Bob
    $500 4
(Kim: I will bet $1,000.)
(Alex: No, you can't--you can only wager the maximum on the board, $500.)
...
(Alex: Have you played this game long?)
(Kim: Watched it once!)
...
(Kim: Who is Arnold Schwarzenegger?)
(Alex: No, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.)
(Kim: My favorite composer!)

"Rock Me Amadeus"

Kim
    $400 19
a language

Dan
    $500 30
Bob La Follette

Dan
    $500 26
On the Road

Triple Stumper
    $500 10
Maggie the Cat

Dan
    $500 15
John Jay

Dan
    $500 5
(Kim: Got it back!)

Eggroll

Kim
    $500 20
laughing

Dan

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Bob Dan Kim
$300 $900 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Dan Kim
$1,500 $4,800 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
LOVE SONGS
CUPID GOOFED
HE SAID
SHE SAID
    $200 8
prehensile

Dan
    $200 3
Michelangelo (Buonarroti)

Kim
    $200 29
Ray Charles

Kim
    $200 1
Lyle Lovett

Bob
    $200 18
(Bob: What is crucifixion?)

baptism

BobDan
    $200 21
(Kim: See!)

Hillary Rodham Clinton

Kim
    $400 12
(Bob: What are chimpanzees?)

gibbons

Bob
Triple Stumper
    $400 7
Rembrandt

Kim
    $400 30
(Alex: You're back on the plus side!)
(Bob: [Raising his arms in air] Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you, America! Thank you! Yes! Yes! [Throws kisses to the audience])
(Alex: They said it couldn't be done and you almost proved them right!)

"Strangers In The Night"

Bob
    $400 2
Charles Dickens

Dan
    $400 19
(Dan: What is Moses?)

Jacob

DanKim
    $400 22
poetry

Dan
    $600 13
the armadillo

Bob
    $600 9
Edouard Manet

Bob
    $3,100 26
(Bob: [Turning to Kim] Let's make it a True Daily Double!)
(Alex: You're not trying to leave Dan as the only player with money, are you?)
...
(Bob: What's "The Godfather"?--oh, Nino Rota wrote that thing!)
(Alex: Nino Rota wrote this also; it's the [*].)
(Bob: Oh...)
(Alex: You have no money.)
(Bob: I'm used to that!)

"Love Theme From Romeo & Juliet"

Bob
    $600 4
Roseanne Barr

Bob
    $600 16
(Bob: What is the apple?)

dirt (or dust or earth or soil)

BobKim
    $600 23
Abigail Adams

Kim
    $800 14
the Atlas Mountains

Kim
    $800 10
Paul Gauguin

Dan
    $800 28
(Bob: LOVE SONGS for $200, so I can get back to $0!)

"The Greatest Love Of All"

Bob
    $800 5
Catherine the Great

Dan
    $800 17
circumcise them

Dan
    $800 24
(K: Who is Simon Bolivar?)

Simone de Beauvoir

BobKim
    $1000 15
the pronghorn

Kim
    $1000 11
Rene Magritte

Dan
    $1000 27
(Bob: What is marriage?... -ses?)
(Alex: No.)
(Bob: Hm.)

"Love And Marriage"

BobKim
    $1000 6
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

Dan
    $4,700 20
(Kim: Now, if I'm going to get back in this game... You know, I've always wanted to say this, Alex: let's make it a True Daily Double!)
...
(Kim: Who is...)
(Alex: Hurry!)
(Kim: ...Samuel?)
(Alex: Nooo, you always keep a place open for...)
(Kim: Eli!)
(Alex: [*].)
...
(Kim: What the heck, I'll come back!)

Elijah

Kim
    $1000 25
Virginia Woolf

Triple Stumper

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Dan Kim
$200 $10,000 $1,200
(lock tournament)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

EUROPEAN CITIES
(Alex: Bob, you finish with a 2-day total of $1, but you'll be guaranteed at least $10,000.)
(Bob: I figure you've got it on you.)
BobWhat is Strasbourg?
$199
KimWhat is Weimar?
$500
DanWhat is Weimar?
$0
Weimar (Weimar Republic & Weimaraner dog)

Final scores:

Bob Dan Kim
$1 $10,000 $1,700

Cumulative scores:

Bob Dan Kim
$1 $20,300 $7,800
2nd runner-up: $10,000 Tournament champion: $100,000 1st runner-up: $15,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Bob Dan Kim
$3,300 $10,000 $6,400
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
1 W
17 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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