Show #3109 - Thursday, February 19, 1998

J.J. Todor game 3.


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Gary Frank, a writer and editor from Hartford, Connecticut

Mona Hall, an entrepreneur originally from Heidelberg, Germany

J.J. Todor, a law student from Pataskala, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,088)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Serving from 1789 to 1797, he wanted the U.S. presidency to be nonpartisan
    $100 11
Capt. Tony Nelson & J.R. Ewing
    $100 6
Honeymooners might visit Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon in this state
    $100 7
Keep this firmly behind the guitar neck for maximum stretch with your digits
    $100 8
About this character, Alice remarked "I didn't know cats could grin"
    $200 2
In August 1825 Upper Peru changed its name to honor this man, the liberator of South America
    $200 28
In Black Lady Hearts, taking this card in a trick is worth 13 points
    $200 18
Dorothy Zbornak & Maude Findlay
    $200 9
To rent a car abroad, you may need an "international" one of these, available at the AAA
    $200 16
Golpe is a fingernail-tapping stroke found in this Spanish guitar style
    $200 12
Allen Funt told victims, "Smile, you're on" this TV show
    $300 3
He was the only king of England to have "The Great" tacked on to his name
    $300 24
This card game is known for its pegboard that's used to keep score
    $300 22
Jim West & "Pappy" Boyington
    $300 10
Adventurous travelers can trek across this country's Kangaroo Island on camels
    DD: $500 17
Country legend Junior Brown, heard here, plays a hybrid of the electric guitar & this type:
    $300 13
According to the Disney version, this frontiersman could grin down a b'ar
    $400 4
Constantine decided to build his new capital on the site of this ancient Greek city
    $400 26
Similar to fish, this game is played with special cards featuring pictures of writers
    $400 23
Chris Cagney & Rosie O' Neill
    $400 14
Fodor's says Americans stay in Ixtapa in this country because they can't pronounce Zihuatanejo
    $400 25
Term for loud, staccato chords common in heavy metal songs
    $400 19
From the WWI song, "Pack Up Your Troubles" in one of these & "smile, smile, smile"
    $500 5
He conquered more of the world than any other man in history
    $500 27
The bidding period of a card game; types of bridge & pinochle are named for it
    $500 21
"Bub" O'Casey & Fred Mertz
    $500 15
Game is served at Aranymokus Kertvendeglo (The Golden Squirrel Garden), a restaurant in this Magyar capital
    $500 20
This Western novel by Owen Wister created a cliche with the line "When you call me that, smile"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

J.J. Mona Gary
$800 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

J.J. Mona Gary
$2,400 $400 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The Japanese call their country this, meaning "Source Of The Sun"
    $200 1
In a 1992 film Jack Nicholson portrayed this labor leader
    $200 11
This German completed his "Chromatic Fantasy And Fugue" for harpsichord in 1730
    $200 12
The Japan & Peru Currents are among those that warm & cool coastal areas of this ocean
    $200 20
Proverbially, it "breaks the camel's back"
    $400 7
This automobile company is headquartered in a city of the same name in Aichi prefecture
    $400 2
In a 1995 biographical epic, Nick Nolte played this future president "In Paris"
    $400 22
He was born in Zelazowa Wola, near Warsaw, in 1810, to a French father & a Polish mother
    $400 13
An undersea sill from Tunisia to Sicily splits this sea into eastern & western basins
    $400 21
Hosted by Roy Clark & Buck Owens, it was country music's equivalent of "Laugh-In"
    $600 8
In 1995 PM Murayama issued the first of these rather than mere regrets over Japan's WWII behavior
    $600 3
This 1987 film about Ritchie Valens took its title from one of Valens' hit records
    $600 23
This Russian was known for his "Scythian Suite" before he wrote "Peter And The Wolf"
    $600 14
This sea is less saline than its Atlantic connection due to fresh water from the Thames & other rivers
    $600 27
Famous Marys of Motown include Mary Wells & this original member of the Supremes
    $600 15
A left-handed person
    $800 9
If you want to keep a cool head, be sparing with this Japanese horseradish on your sushi
    $800 4
Actress Billie Burke was an adviser for a 1936 musical biopic about this "great" husband
    $800 24
This Austrian lieder composer often performed at parties but gave only one public concert, in 1828
    $800 18
Due to changes in air pressure, the water level of this Swiss-French lake can vary as much as 5' in 30 min.
    DD: $2,000 28
This noted anthropologist passed away in Nairobi in 1996
    DD: $1,400 16
Cartoon character seen here: (his sidekick was Baba Looey)
    $1000 10
The comic theatrical form Kyogen evolved in response to the tediousness & "negativity" of these plays
    $1000 5
Candice Bergen must have had the time of her "Life" playing this famous photographer in "Gandhi"
    $1000 25
This Bohemian composer set his masterpiece, "The Bartered Bride", in Bohemia
    $1000 19
Except for its easternmost extremity, this strait lies entirely within Chilean waters
    $1000 26
While living in France, she was invited by Edgar Degas to exhibit her works with the impressionists
    $1000 17
It's the old art of carving on whalebone or walrus tusks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

J.J. Mona Gary
$10,000 $2,400 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1990s TRENDS
One nickname for this product now back in vogue comes from a Penn. region also known for wagons

Final scores:

J.J. Mona Gary
$6,869 $2,400 $1
3-day champion: $14,957 2nd place: Sears Gift Certificates 3rd place: Sears Gift Certificates

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

J.J. Mona Gary
$9,400 $2,400 $4,900
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
8 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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