Show #3119 - Thursday, March 5, 1998


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Andria Frost, a software support engineer originally from Colorado Springs, Colorado

Robert Campbell, a web page designer from Sunnyvale, California

Ben Wiener, an advertising executive originally from Toronto, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Now wait a minute, hold everything right there, Kevin, please--I feel a little inadequate talking about yo-yos. Perhaps I could have an assistant: ladies and gentlemen, would you please welcome the one and only "Mr. Yo-Yo Man"! What's our next category?)
(Alex: Hey, I recognize that one!)
(Alex: That's one I used to try a lot!)
(Alex: Now, Mr. Yo-Yo Man, what's your most requested trick?)
(Alex: Ah, I know that one--I've got two kids. ... Ladies and gentlemen, let's hear it for the one and only "Mr. Yo-Yo Man", Tommy Smothers; he makes it look so easy!)
    $100 11
"Funny Face" star who can certainly separate the wheat from the chaff
    $100 16
If you just fell off the turnip truck, you might be one of these rural fellows
    $100 21
Unlike most dogs, the Afghan hound hunts by this sense, not smell
    $100 1
As its name indicates, Ecuador's lowland El Oriente lies on this side of the Andes
    $100 26
This lunar "sea" was the landing site of Apollo 11's Eagle module
    $100 6
Newborns may be in this state for over 20 hours out of every 24
    $200 12
Cawder Castle, which claims to be the site of this man's killing of Duncan I, was built 400 years after the event
    $200 17
Lawrence Peter Berra got this nickname for resembling a snake charmer in a movie
    $200 22
The spots on this firehouse dog can either be black or brown
    $200 2
This country's islands of Palawan & Mindanao lie in the Sulu Sea
    $200 27
This term used for an Apollo mission's return to Earth tells you it landed in water
    $200 7
Place baby over your shoulder or lap to get him to do this, like a Tupperware container
    $300 13
Procter & Gamble really took the cake when it acquired this brand in 1956
    $300 18
In the 1850s Elisha Otis started his elevators yo-yoing up & down in this city north of the Bronx
    $300 23
The name of this barkless African dog is from the Bantu for "natives"
    $300 3
Until 1841 present-day Quebec was Lower Canada & this present-day province was Upper Canada
    $300 28
On the Apollo 14 mission, Alan Shepard introduced this sport to the moon
    $300 8
For babies it begins around 2-4 months; for adults, it means giving predigested information
    $400 14
This No. 1 NBA draft pick signed with the San Antonio Spurs July 24, 1997
    $400 19
Among these outlaw brothers, Bob & John were less notorious than Cole & Jim, their elders
    $400 24
The largest terrier, it's been called the "King of the Terriers"
    $400 4
This country could call itself the land of 60,000 lakes including Puulavesi & Saimaa
    $400 29
A NASA doctor declined this president's dinner invitation to the Apollo 11 crew because of risk of infections
    $400 9
They include stork bites, which fade naturally, & port-wine stains, which don't
    $500 15
Duncan Regehr played Zorro & Duncan Renaldo was famous for playing this Old West hero
    $500 20
A fox hunter shouts this to encourage the hounds, hoping to follow it with "Tallyho!"
    $500 25
The keeshond, a familiar sight on canal boats, is the national dog of this country
    DD: $500 5
Dark Mount Lovcen gave this Yugoslav republic its name, meaning "Black Mountain"
    $500 30
Apollo 15, 16 & 17 used these 4-wheeled vehicles to fetch rock samples
    $500 10
From words for "new" & "born", it's a doctor who specializes in newborns

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Ben Robert Andria
-$900 $800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Robert Andria
$900 $1,600 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice the spelling)
    $200 1
Steven Berkoff's career includes adapting Kafka for the London stage & appearing with this star in "Rambo"
    $200 16
This device allows a computer to connect to phone lines & access other computers on the internet
    $200 21
This Jericho conqueror had his captains put their feet on the necks of 5 captured kings
    $200 24
Ralph Bellamy played this polio-stricken president in "Sunrise at Campobello"
    $200 10
These 2 reporters led the Washington Post's investigation of the scandal
    $200 5
A corporal or sergeant in a position requiring leadership
    $400 2
Georges Feydeau wrote these French comedies that emphasize horseplay & improbable situations
    $400 17
The scanners used at checkout counters are equipped with these light-emitting devices
    $400 22
He had to bare his feet before the burning bush because, as God said, he was on holy ground
    $400 25
In this film Gene Hackman is corrupted absolutely as he attacks a woman while Clint Eastwood watches
    $400 11
In 1997 $13,000 was the high bid for the lock from the door of this committee's burglarized headquarters
    $400 6
The clue I'm reading contains one of these, so make sure your shoelace is tied
    $600 3
His "Glengarry Glen Ross" has been called "Death of a Salesman" for the 1980s
    $600 18
This element is the main ingredient of most computer chips
    $600 23
At the Pharisee's house, a woman washed Jesus' feet with her tears & wiped them with this
    $600 26
In 1976 David Birney of "Bridget Loves Bernie" played the 6th president in the PBS chronicles of this family
    $600 12
L. Patrick Gray, acting director of this bureau, supplied Watergate files to Nixon counsel John Dean
    $600 7
A Gentile
    $800 4
Since 1995 this South African in his 60s has acted in his own 2-person play "Valley Song"
    $800 19
It's the opposition of a material to electric current, resulting in heat or other forms of energy
    $800 27
Uncle Bill on "Family Affair", his last role was William McKinley in the 1997 TNT film "Rough Riders"
    $800 13
As acting Attorney General, future Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork fired Archibald Cox from this post
    DD: $800 8
It completes the following: (audio clue)
    $1000 15
"The Latent Heterosexual" was the last stage work by this screenwriter of "Network"
    $1000 20
Electronic circuit signals may be classified as analog or this
    DD: $900 28
Joseph Henabery played Abraham Lincoln in this classic film, seen here:
    $1000 14
Nixon was doomed in July 1974 when this house committee "judged" him worthy of impeachment
    $1000 9
This Italian musical direction meaning "not too much" often follows "allegro"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Robert Andria
$3,300 $5,100 $2,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

His books include "Skyward" (1928), "Little America" (1930) & "Alone" (1938)

Final scores:

Ben Robert Andria
$0 $3,599 $3,200
3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package New champion: $3,599 2nd place: Trip to Plantation Inn, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ben Robert Andria
$3,800 $5,200 $3,400
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
8 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $12,400

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