Show #3327 - Tuesday, February 9, 1999

1999 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.


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Andrew Hutchings, a college champion from Tucson, Arizona

Lara Robillard, a health policy director from Arlington, Virginia

Dave Abbott, a musician and contract manager from Cincinnati, Ohio

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The TV series.)
    $100 1
It's the westernmost & northernmost of the Great Lakes
    $100 6
In 1998 Homer commandeered the stage during this Irish band's concert in Springfield
    $100 8
Best-known for her books about China, she published her "American Triptych" as John Sedges
    $100 16
Scary, Sporty, Baby & Posh
    $100 26
Margrethe II studied archaeology at this British university before she became queen of Denmark
    $100 21
One of your choices when your sink has 2 knobs to turn on the water
    $200 2
This sea is divided into several basins, including Yucatan, Colombian, Venezuelan & Tobago
    $200 7
This Springfield celebrity was disowned by his father for choosing to be a clown rather than a rabbi
    $200 9
The century in which Boccaccio wrote the "Decameron", & all of his other works, too
    $200 17
Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa & Po
    $200 27
Anne-Sophie Mutter made her professional debut playing this stringed instrument in 1977, at age 13
    $200 22
It makes up half of the Morse Code letter "N"
    DD: $500 3
The Ukranians call this sea Chorne More
    $300 13
Smithers loves 2 things: his collection of Malibu Stacy dolls & this man, owner of the Nuclear Power Plant
    $300 10
Old Jolyon Forsyte is a wealthy tea merchant in "The Man of Property", a novel by this author
    $300 18
Nick Mason, Roger Waters, Rick Wright & David Gilmour
    $300 28
Lynne Thigpen won a Tony in 1997 for acting in "An American Daughter" by this author of "The Heidi Chronicles"
    $300 23
It's one of the words that form the contraction "won't"
    $400 4
The ferry from Villa San Giovanni in Calabria, Italy to Sicily crosses this strait
    $400 14
After drinking the Unprecedented All-Syrup Super-Squishee, Bart & this friend hit the town on a sugar high
    $400 11
"The Cinnamon Peeler" is a book of poems by this Ceylon-born author of "The English Patient"
    $400 19
Mr. Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Invisible Woman & The Thing
    $400 29
She wrote the purr-fectly titled memoir "I'm Still Here: Confessions of a Sex Kitten"
    $400 24
In "Camelot", he has a romance with Guenevere
    $500 5
Located in east-central Africa, at 420 miles it's the world's largest freshwater lake
    $500 15
"Okely-dokely-do" & "Oh, indeedily doodily" are phrases often said by this Simpsons neighbor
    $500 12
Ernest Feydeau wrote the 1858 novel "Fanny", & this son of his wrote French farces such as "A Flea In Her Ear"
    $500 20
Jim Crowley, Elmer Layden, Don Miller & Harry Stuhldreher
    $500 30
This future U.S. first lady distributed food & helped tend the wounded during the Boxer Rebellion
    $500 25
In Genesis, he split with his kinsman because Canaan wasn't big enough for both of them

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

Dave Lara Andrew
$1,200 $600 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Lara Andrew
$1,800 $2,300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1880s
(Alex: Each correct response will be a number represented by Roman numerals.)
    $200 11
Literally meaning "a breathing through", it's the polite word for fluid produced to keep the body cool
    $200 16
This American director of "10" remade Truffaut's "The Man Who Loved Women"
    $200 21
Her title is Baroness of Kesteven
    $200 6
In 1971 the Shah put up the Shahyad Towers in this city; the tower has been renamed
    $200 26
President Hayes said in March 1880 that one of these across the Isthmus of Panama would be under U.S. control
    $200 1
If Churchill were making a Roman numeral, it would be this number
    $400 12
The condition keratoconjuctivitis sicca is associated with reduction in the flow of these
    $400 17
1955 French thriller with Simone Signoret remade, but not retitled, with Sharon Stone in 1996
    $400 22
Horses owned by the Earl of Rosebery won this Epsom race 3 times, twice while he was prime minister
    $400 7
They took L.A. tile setter Simon Rodia over 30 years to create
    $400 27
This parent of the Bell System was incorporated in 1885
    $400 2
The initials of the type of medical equipment being set up here gave us this number
    $600 13
The membranous labyrinth floats in fluid in the "inner" part of this organ
    $600 18
Pierre Richard starred in "Les fugitifs" & Martin Short cut up in this remake
    $600 23
Lloyd George's constituency was Caernarvonshire in this part of the United Kingdom
    $600 8
At 1,815 feet, it gives Toronto some of the clearest TV reception in North America
    DD: $1,500 28
In 1881 the Normal and Industrial Institute was founded in this Alabama city
    $600 3
The abbreviation of the item seen here gives us the Roman numeral for this number
    $800 14
The pale liquid portion of your blood, it's about 90% water
    $800 19
In this "colorful" 1984 remake of "Pardon mon affaire", Gene has a wilder time than Jean Rochefort did
    DD: $1,500 24
One of 11 children, this 26th prime minister could have formed a police force out of his family
    $800 9
This Chicago media company's Gothic tower doesn't quite put the Sears Tower in the shade
    $800 29
Even after admitting he had sired an illegitimate child, he was still elected president in 1884
    $800 4
If the letters seen here were upper case, they would add up to this amount

    $1000 15
The venom from a snakebite gets into the bloodstream via this fluid-carrying system
    $1000 20
You can "blame" the plot of this 1984 Michael Caine film on 1977's "Un moment d'egarement"
    $1000 25
His famous "declaration" was issued in November 1917, years after he was prime minister
    $1000 10
The White Tower, a remnant of Ottoman rule, is a highlight of this second-largest Greek city
    $1000 30
This Russian composed the "Russian Easter Overture" & "Scheherazade" in 1888
    $1000 5
If a size abbreviation seen here were Roman numerals, it would represent this number

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Lara Andrew
$9,200 $3,700 $5,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

At the outbreak of hostilities of the Civil War, he was president of the Senate

Final scores:

Dave Lara Andrew
$10,200 $1,600 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Lara Andrew
$9,800 $3,700 $5,700
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1999-01-05
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