Show #3323 - Wednesday, February 3, 1999


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Josh Flosi, a teacher from Danville, California

Pat Martin, a library technician from Vista, California

David Tate, an operations research analyst from Vienna, Virginia (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's a strange category!)
(Alex: That's straightforward.)
    $100 11
"Little" ones of these have "big ears"; the ears are handles
    $100 1
The "Creole State"
    $100 18
Cabbage, whose leaves of the most common varieties are red, purple, white or this color
    $100 5
Yo-ho-ho! Named for a river in South America, Demerara sugar is largely used to make this liquor
    $100 3
The coast near Varberg has been called the "Swedish" this, a term associated more with Cannes, Nice & Rapallo
    $100 2
Term for a Canis lupus that leaves the pack or someone who prefers to live independent of others
    $200 12
Office device whose handle is seen here
    $200 10
The "Knickerbocker State"
    $200 19
Cribbage, a game in which this is the value of a face card, as in blackjack
    $200 6
American Indians boiled down this tree's sap & called the sugary result "sweetwater"
    $200 4
As well as automaker Volvo, Goteborg is home to Hasselblad, a world-famous maker of these
    $200 23
A Chinese dish of boiled noodles & stir-fried meats
    $300 13
It's the star found at the end of the handle of the Little Dipper
    $300 14
The "Down East State"
    $300 20
Chaney, an actor known as "The Man of a Thousand" these
    $300 7
Brown sugar is made by combining white sugar & this dark liquid
    $300 25
The "Dictionary of Wars" lists 9 between Sweden & this giant from 1240 to 1808
    $300 28
Environmentalist Rene Dubos coined the phrase "think globally, act" this way
    $400 16
A once-popular christening gift was a spoon with one of the 12 of these on the handle
    DD: $500 15
The "Hot Water State"
    $400 21
Cambridge, home of this school opened in Boston in 1865 by geologist William Barton Rogers
    $400 8
Napoleon honored Benjamin Delessert for refining this vegetable into sugar during a cane blockade
    $400 26
This king of Sweden was a bit of a "grouch" when he had to give up Norway's throne in 1905
    $400 29
A roofed open area in the side of a building, or the last name of the actor seen here
    $500 24
Operetta with the line "I polished up that handle so carefullee that now I am the ruler of the Queen's Navee!"
    $500 17
The "Cyclone State"
    $500 22
Chansons de geste, French epic poems usually about the exploits of this emperor
    $500 9
In medicine, "blood sugar" refers to levels of this monosaccharide
    $500 27
This type of stone bearing an old alphabet is a common sight in Sweden
    $500 30
1850 work that features the piece heard here

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

David Pat Josh
$900 $900 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Pat Josh
$2,900 $2,500 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the different spelling.)
    $200 8
Handel's oratorio about him debuted in January 1745 (he never got to do a Xena spin-off)
    $200 18
This "Pieta" sculptor's statue of Bacchus is in the Bargello in Florence
    $200 19
This company's first Emmy came in 1958 for Art Direction in its "Hall of Fame" production of "Twelfth Night"
    $200 1
This element makes up most of the weight of water & about half the weight of rocks
    $200 2
In 1951 Douglas MacArthur told Congress, "I now close my military career and just" do this
    $200 24
This brightest object in the night sky gives off no light of its own
    $400 10
During his years in this country, he signed his works G.F. Hendel for Giorgio Federico Hendel
    $400 17
Parisian who painted the distinctly non-Parisian work seen here
    $400 20
In his 1983 acceptance speech Judd Hirsch tried to persuade NBC to renew this show -- didn't work
    $400 7
In its pure form, this fundamental element can look like coal, or like glass
    $400 3
In Russia in 1917 he said, "We shall now proceed to construct the Socialist order"
    $400 25
A 1998 federal study stated that at least 92,000 crashes a year are prevented by a car's third one of these
    $600 11
Handel's keyboard music was written mainly for this stringed instrument
    $600 14
Paul Delaroche executed a famous painting of "The Execution Of" this "Nine-Day Queen"
    $600 21
Presenter John Ritter accepted this actor's Emmy in 1979; guess Sacheen was busy that night
    $600 9
The red form of this element that glows in the dark is used in the production of matches
    $600 4
Jogging on August 19, 1997 he said, "It's the longest I've been able to go since I hurt myself on March 14"
    DD: $2,000 28
(I'm here at the Titanic Artifacts Exhibit at the World Trade Center, Boston.) The Titanic's navigation beacon seen here was located on the front mast just above this lookout position
    $800 12
Handel borrowed a timpani from the Tower of London for the 1739 oratorio about this king & David
    $800 15
In 1895 this impressionist finished his famous series of paintings of Rouen Cathedral
    $800 22
This network that broadcast the 1988 Primetime Awards won none during the show
    DD: $2,000 26
Its chemical symbol derives from the Latin word "natrium"
    $800 5
In his preface to this work, Walt Whitman said, "The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem"
    $800 29
On August 9, 1988 the Cubs' first game under this stadium's new lights was postponed due to rain
    $1000 13
Handel bequeathed the "Messiah" manuscript to a hospital for these children, like Tom Jones
    $1000 16
Neo-classicist who exemplified the Empire Style with his portrait of Madame Recamier, seen here
    $1000 23
Giving away $1,000,000 in its first 17 months, it was 1955's Best Audience Participation Series
    $1000 27
Extracted from seawater, it's the only nonmetallic element that's liquid at room temperature
    $1000 6
Benjamin Franklin wrote in "Poor Richard's Almanack", "A little neglect may breed" this
    $1000 30
A 19th century form of theatrical spotlight gave us the common phrase "In" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Pat Josh
$7,500 $1,900 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of the Montecchi, a noble family of the 13th century, was anglicized to this

Final scores:

David Pat Josh
$10,000 $3,799 $15,001
2nd place: Trip to Sunburst Resort, Scottsdale, Arizona 3rd place: Intel Create & Share Camera Pack New champion: $15,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Pat Josh
$7,500 $2,400 $5,400
18 R,
1 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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