Show #3006 - Monday, September 29, 1997


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Dave Moes, a financial consultant from Chicago, Illinois

Naomi Rose, a marine mammal scientist from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Pete Vodola, an attorney from Newtown, Connecticut (whose 1-day cash winnings total $18,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
    $100 6
Dracula could tell you that Walachia & Transylvania are regions of this country
    $100 11
Whether it's a fruit or vegetable, it's the basis of pomodoro & marinara sauces for pasta
    $100 14
Garment worn by Wee Willie Winkie as he "runs through the town, upstairs and downstairs"
    $100 1
In 1981 he won some respect & a Grammy for his comedy album "No Respect"
    $100 13
At first ABC would only let Fonzie wear a leather jacket when he was with this vehicle
    $100 15
Chocolate ice cream with marshmallows & chocolate-covered almonds
    $200 7
Cape Roca, mainland Europe's westernmost point, is on the coast of this country
    $200 12
This small pitcher with a nautical name is used to pour sauces over your food
    $200 24
The only one of The 3 Men In A Tub not affiliated with the food industry
    $200 2
A 1986 article on her in Ladies' Home Journal was titled "Talking With Doctor Goodsex"
    $200 20
Mr. T drove this title group around in a black GMC van with red trim
    $200 16
He "checked into his room, only to find Gideon's Bible"
    $300 8
Islands located in this arm of the Mediterranean include the Cyclades & Dodecanese
    $300 27
In "Don Quixote", Cervantes asserted that this sensation "is the best sauce in the world"
    $300 25
"Who killed Cock Robin? 'I,' said" he, " 'with my bow and arrow, I killed Cock Robin'"
    DD: $500 3
In the 1980s, $10 million was spent to save this animal, seen here, from extinction
    $300 21
The type of title automobile driven by Elaine Nardo, Tony Banta & Alex Reiger
    $300 17
This 1975 cult film featured such songs as "Dammit, Janet" & "Over At The Frankenstein Place"
    $400 9
Malta lies about 60 miles south of this largest Mediterranean island
    $400 28
The name of this wine sauce served on meats betrays its point of origin, Bordeaux
    $400 26
"Needles and pins, needles and pins", when a man" does this "his trouble begins"
    $400 4
At the 1980 Winter Olympics he set records in the 500-, 1,000-, 1,500-, 5,000- & 10,000-m. speed skating races
    $400 22
Ernest Borgnine played this man, skipper of the U.S. Navy's PT73
    $400 18
In the bluegrass classic, it's "Home sweet home to me"
    $500 10
About a tenth of Estonia's land area consists of islands in this sea
    $500 29
Avery Island, Louisiana has shipped little bottles of this hot sauce to the world since 1868
    $500 30
"Tom, Tom the piper's son, he learned to play when he was young", but he could play only this song
    $500 5
At age 87, after 62 years of rule, this emperor died January 7, 1989
    $500 23
On "Knight Rider" William Daniels provided the voice of this talking Trans-Am
    $500 19
Somebody up there must have liked him; he was world middleweight boxing champ in 1947 & '48

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Pete Naomi Dave
$1,500 $1,200 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Naomi Dave
$2,100 $2,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: An intimidating-sounding category!)
    $200 6
In 1588 she said, "I have the body of a weak & feeble woman, but I have the heart & stomach of a king"
    $200 11
It's Porky Pig's favorite flower, no doubt
    $200 16
It's been estimated that this Cubist created more than 100,000 works during his 91 years
    $200 1
Concerning the pronounciation of his name, this star of "The English Patient" said, "It's 'Rafe', actually"
    $200 24
Term for a mystery novel that's already in the form of a question
    $200 19
The order of a pope who kicks you out of the flock
    $400 7
General & statesman who said, "When I want to know what France thinks, I ask myself"
    $400 12
This herb of the mint family is often grouped in song with parsley, sage & thyme
    $400 17
He included sketches of Dutch rural scenes in a letter to his brother Theo sent around 1885
    $400 2
He played Robin in 1976's "Robin And Marian" & King Richard in 1991's "Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves"
    $400 30
This term for a work of morbid or absurd humor is the title of a Peter Shaffer play set in the dark
    $400 20
The attorney-client relationship has this quality, meaning what you tell him will stay a secret
    $600 8
"I still believe that people are really good at heart", she wrote in her diary July 15, 1944
    $600 13
Popular varieties of this flower include the Easter & Madonna
    $600 18
In the 1920s & 1930s, he collaborated with director Luis Bunuel to make 2 surrealist films
    DD: $1,200 3
The actor seen here is also one of the world's most accomplished bridge players
    $600 29
The creatures mentioned in this term for a fantastic story may be joined by elves & goblins
    $600 21
From the Greek for "foretelling", it's a forecast of things to come
    $800 9
An expert on the subject, he told Ptolemy I, "There is no royal road to geometry"
    DD: $1,200 14
Its forked branches are used for divining rods & its bark & leaves are used in potions -- er, lotions
    $800 26
He completed his last great painting "Bar at the Folies Bergere", in 1882, a year before his death
    $800 4
In 1961 she won the Best Actress Oscar for "Two Women", becoming the first to win for a foreign language film
    $800 27
Oringinally an inscription like an epitaph, it now means a brief, striking observation
    $800 22
An expert in Robert's Rules of Order
    $1000 10
From Waterloo he sent the message, "Nothing except a battle lost can be half so melancholy as a battle won"
    $1000 15
This bell-shaped purplish flower of Scotland is also called ling
    $1000 25
He became wealthy by selling engravings of his works such as "A Rake's Progress"
    $1000 5
This knighted British star's 1985 autobiography is titled "Blessings In Disguise"
    $1000 28
Robert Frost compared writing this unstructured verse to playing tennis without a net
    $1000 23
Wagner's "Twilight of the Gods"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pete Naomi Dave
$4,100 $5,200 $2,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1996 the Roman Catholic church had 48 men with this title in the U.S.; the Anglican church has 2 in England

Final scores:

Pete Naomi Dave
$0 $8,201 $5,599
3rd place: Monorail Desktop PC New champion: $8,201 2nd place: Trip to the Colony Beach & Tennis Resort, Longboat Key, Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pete Naomi Dave
$4,100 $5,800 $2,600
16 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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