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    $100 20
This future Supreme Court justice hid her pregnancy for fear of losing her teaching job at Rutgers
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Show #3142 - Tuesday, April 7, 1998

Contestants

Harmony Jones, a production assistant from Los Angeles, California

Pat Pauken, an attorney and educator from Columbus, Ohio

Chris Weltz, a medical resident from Birmingham, Alabama

Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
CAUGHT ON TAPE
G IS FOR GRAFTON
WOMEN'S WORK
IT'S NEVER DONE
"CHA" CHA CHA
    $100 3
This sitcom was well into its first season when Jaleel White joined it as Steve Urkel
    $100 8
This Teflon Don & Gambino Family boss spilled the beans on tape at the Ravenite Social Club in Manhattan
    $100 15
Not guilty,
"I is for..."
    $100 20
This future Supreme Court justice hid her pregnancy for fear of losing her teaching job at Rutgers
    $100 25
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. said never falsely shout this warning in a theater; it isn't free speech
    $100 1
It's a local branch of a club, or any of the main divisions of a book
    $200 4
In 1997 TV Guide described this Bob Newhart-Judd Hirsch comedy as "More Grumpier Old Men"
    $200 9
As the video revealed, the LAPD didn't treat this man like royalty on March 3, 1991
    $200 16
It's murder,
"H is for..."
    $200 21
In 1977 Kay Koplovitz founded what is now this cable network, now home to "La Femme Nikita"
    $200 26
According to the title of a 1941 W.C. Fields movie, "Never give a sucker" one of these
    $200 2
You can draw with it, or use it as fuel in your barbeque
    $300 5
This man, seen here, now does his presiding on television:
    $300 10
Unaware the mike was open, Ronald Reagan said of this country in 1984, "The bombing begins in 5 minutes"
    $300 17
The deceased,
"C is for..."
    DD: $200 22
(Hi, I'm Jane Seymour.) This woman not only founded the 1st birth control clinic, she also pioneered the term
    $300 27
Chiquita Banana likes "the climate of the very, very tropical equator, so you should never put bananas" in this
    $300 12
It's the goblet for the wine used in holy communion
    $400 6
After a 10-year absence, this series returned in 1997 with Stacy Keach reprising the title role
    $400 11
Footage of this mayor using drugs failed to crack the confidence of D.C. voters; they re-elected him in 1994
    $400 18
It can be direct or circumstantial,
"E is for..."
    $400 23
"America's Sweetheart", she was just 24 in 1917 when she commanded $350,000 per film
    $400 28
When observing Jewish dietary laws, it's not kosher to eat meat with these products
    $400 13
It's the equivalent of prime minister in some countries, or the title of the president of some universities
    $500 7
In the early '60s Martin Milner & George Maharis got their kicks riding around on this series
    $500 19
One on the run,
"F is for..."
    $500 24
She was the leading financial columnist for the New York Post from 1935-1978
    $500 14
Related to the beet, this vegetable is grown for its spinach-like leaves & thick stalks

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

Chris Pat Harmony
$500 $500 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Pat Harmony
$1,100 $2,300 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL WRATH & MADNESS
THE FAB (18)50s
THE "BIG" SCREEN
FARAWAY PLACES
NOTORIOUS
HOMOPHONES
    $200 26
He was so angry at the Israelites, he pulverized their golden calf & made them devour it
    $200 11
On June 16, 1858 he said, "This government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free"
    $200 6
In it, Paul Reubens' alter ego joins the circus
    $200 16
Timbuktu in Mali was once a major caravan center for those crossing this desert
    $200 21
A book on this veep's forced resignation was titled "A Heartbeat Away"
    $200 1
Another name for a bucket, or your coloring if one falls on you
    $400 12
Subtitled "Or, Life in the Woods", this 1854 Thoreau book was 1 of 2 published in his lifetime
    $400 7
It's the 1970 Dustin Hoffman film with the line "It's a good day to die"
    $400 17
This remote Asian nation once had "Outer" attached to its name; an "Inner" region belongs to China
    $400 22
After killing this criminal for the $10,000 reward, Bob Ford made personal appearances & was booed
    $400 2
You open it in a fireplace, or it may mean you're already way too warm
    $600 13
In 1852 the Albany Evening Journal coined this word to be used instead of "Telegraphic Dispatch"
    $600 8
Humphrey Bogart played Philip Marlowe in this 1946 film
    $600 18
Tours in this faraway land include a safari in Royal Chitwan National Park & rafting trips near Katmandu
    $600 23
He was hanged, drawn & quartered in front of Parliament Jan. 31, 1606; not a good "Day" for him
    $600 3
A caustic substance in soap, or an untruth
    DD: $2,500 28
David plays the harp to calm this tormented king in the Rembrandt painting seen here:
    $800 14
This 1857 Supreme Court decision permitted slavery in all U.S. territories
    $800 9
Lee Marvin & Mark Hamill starred in this 1980 Sam Fuller film full of WWII stories
    DD: $500 19
Punta Arenas, in this country, is the world's southernmost city on a continental mainland
    $800 24
Bang! Bang! An assassin's deadly ax came down on his head, August 20, 1940 in Mexico
    $800 4
Twisted, like a sense of humor, or bread in a deli
    $1000 27
A priest confronted this prophet & author of Lamentations with a letter that accused him of madness
    $1000 15
The Treaty of Paris of 1856 ending this war forced Russia to give up the mouth of the Danube to Turkey
    $1000 10
If Disney starts a soccer team, they'll probably name it for this 1995 film with Olivia d'Abo
    $1000 20
A city "Uz"ing culture, Samarkand in this former Soviet republic is the site of Tamerlane's tomb
    $1000 25
This Mafioso tuned songbird in the '60s with his testimony & his 1968 "Papers"
    $1000 5
It's a corridor, or how you might carry something down one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Pat Harmony
$400 $7,200 $3,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

CHILDREN'S BOOKS & AUTHORS
He also created a 2-letter land called Ix

Final scores:

Chris Pat Harmony
$1 $7,200 $6,600
3rd place: a Sony Power Cinema stereo/VCR package New champion: $7,200 2nd place: a trip to Mexico City & Ixtapa Zihuatanejo

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Chris Pat Harmony
$2,900 $7,600 $3,300
10 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $13,800

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