Suggest correction - #3359 - 1999-03-25

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    $300 13
The Japanese spider variety of this sea creature is the world's largest crustacean

Show #3359 - Thursday, March 25, 1999


Brian Keenan, a paratrooper from Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Ajuan Mance, an English professor from Eugene, Oregon

Brad Nail, a liability analyst from West Palm Beach, Florida (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $1,999)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 24
The original Disneyland opened to the public in this decade
    $100 1
Orson Welles shocked the USA with his 1938 radio production of this novel
    $100 21
This military practice possibly began when knights raised their visors to acknowledge their king
    $100 6
The two nations in a perpetual state of war whose flags are seen here
    $100 11
The Orcinus orca is also known by this more deadly name
    $100 16
Bachelors live with great efficiency in this small space made up of a single room, a kitchen & a bathroom
    $200 27
This classic ride is based on the 1949 Disney film "The Adventures of Ichabod & Mr. Toad"
    $200 2
It's the name of the classic TV troupe that included Idle, Palin, Chapman, Jones, Gilliam & Cleese
    $200 22
Some scholars date the end of the Middle Ages to this king's death at Bosworth Field in 1485
    $200 7
It's the commonwealth nation represented by the flag seen here
(Union Jack & the Southern Cross)
    $200 12
Numerical name for the N. & S. Atlantic, N. & S. Pacific, Arctic, Antarctic & Indian Oceans collectively
    $200 17
This NYC nightclub was the center of the disco universe in the 1970s
    $300 28
Though it was inspired by Mad King Ludwig's pad, it's her "Castle" you'll see in the Anaheim park
    $300 3
The first TV appearance of the alien Earth observer Mork was on this nostalgic sitcom
    $300 23
Construction of this famous British cathedral on the river Avon began in 1220
    $300 8
One of the world's most unusual flags is the one seen here from this Himalayan nation
    $300 13
The Japanese spider variety of this sea creature is the world's largest crustacean
    $300 18
For example, a guitarist who plays on the album, but isn't a member of the band
    $400 29
Aye, matey, this popular ride has received a politically correct makeover
    $400 4
This groundbreaking journalist's TV show "See It Now" exposed the ruthlessness of Sen. Joe McCarthy
    DD: $800 25
The story of this medieval monster masher begins, "Lo, we've heard of the glory of the Spear-Danes' kings"
    $400 9
A lot of thanksgiving goes on in this country during Ramadan
    $400 14
About 36,000 feet down you'll find the world's deepest spot in this "trench" southwest of Guam
    $400 19
Marlon Brando, James Dean & Paul Newman studied under Lee Strasberg as a part of this group
    $500 30
They're the 2 countries where you'll find Disney theme parks outside the U.S.
    $500 5
The name of this type of fundamental radio tube comes from a Latin word for "empty"
    $500 26
This "Venerable" monk's "Ecclesiastical History" tells the story of the English before the 8th century
    $500 10
Troubled Mediterranean island nation whose flag is seen here
    $500 15
The name of this fleshy sea echinoderm reminds us of a salad ingredient
    $500 20
Elvis recorded "That's All Right" at this Memphis production facility & the rest is history

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

Brad Ajuan Brian
$2,000 $1,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ajuan Brian
$3,300 $3,000 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Established by the American Theatre Wing in 1947, they are officially known as the Antoinette Perry Awards
    $200 16
All of the individual stars you can see with the naked eye are part of this galaxy
    $200 1
This "Mean" Pittsburgh Steeler Hall of Famer is now the defensive line coach for the Arizona Cardinals
    $200 11
Tim Rice wrote the lyrics to "Can You Feel the Love Tonight", a song from this 1994 movie
    $200 6
Chayefsky's golf assistants
    $400 29
In 1952 she opened a home for dying destitutes in Calcutta
    $400 22
She starred with Hume Cronyn in "The Honeys" & "The Gin Game"
    $400 17
The distance between stars is so vast, it's measured in these "years"
    $400 2
Now 49, this sportscasting Miss America is currently co-hosting "Women's Day" on Paxnet
    $400 12
"A Shot in the Dark" was the first sequel to this 1964 Peter Sellers film
    $400 7
Buck's ringlets
    $600 28
This privateer operated from Grand Terre Island in Barataria Bay just south of New Orleans
    $600 23
This Lillian Hellman play focuses on spinster sisters Carrie & Anna
    $600 18
This triple star, the 3rd-brightest star in the heavens, includes the closest star to Earth after the sun
    $600 3
This French sex symbol who made her last film in 1973 now devotes her time to animal rights
    $600 13
Frederick Forsyth's novel about a plot to assassinate de Gaulle was the basis for this 1973 thriller
    $600 8
Germaine's lachrymations
    DD: $1,200 26
In the 1770s this British sea captain received the Copley Medal for his efforts in preventing scurvy
    $800 24
"A Month in the Country" is the dramatic masterpiece of this Russian author of "Fathers and Sons"
    $800 19
From the Latin for "great", the brightness of stars is measured in degrees of this
    $800 4
A 1960s surf movie hunk & star of "Parrish", he's now teaching acting on a cruise line
    $800 14
An egg salad recipe causes international intrigue in this Woody Allen classic
    $800 9
Graham's limas
    $1000 27
This "recluse" of Amiens gained fame by preaching for the necessity of a crusade to get back the Holy Land
    $1000 25
In a comedy by Moliere, this title character is a scoundrel who poses as a pious Puritan
    DD: $1,500 20
In 1994 the Hubble Space Telescope provided the first conclusive proof of one of these collapsed stars of immense gravity
    $1000 5
No one knows what happened to this prominent American atheist leader who disappeared in '95; she's still missing
    $1000 15
Barbra Streisand's first non-singing movie role was in this 1970 adaptation of a Bill Manhoff play
    $1000 10
Playwright David's collection of Dashiell's detective stories

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brad Ajuan Brian
$2,100 $4,800 $2,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We need both the city & the state in the Final.)
Founded in 1801 & famous for its university, it's nicknamed "The Classic City of the South"

Final scores:

Brad Ajuan Brian
$400 $5,801 $900
3rd place: Motorola TracFone & 6 Months Airtime New champion: $5,801 2nd place: Trip to New Orleans for Mardi Gras

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Brad Ajuan Brian
$2,100 $4,800 $3,200
12 R,
3 W
16 R,
2 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $10,100

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