Show #3143 - Wednesday, April 8, 1998


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Marsha Allen, an astronomer originally from St. Louis, Missouri

Matt Jerram, a graduate student originally from Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Pat Pauken, an attorney and educator from Columbus, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
He says, "Here hung those lips that I have kissed I know not how oft" while holding Yorick's skull
    $100 11
Wipe this Bell invention with a paper towel soaked in alcohol, perhaps while you're on hold
    $100 12
A newcomer to this U.S. state is known to locals as a malihini
    $100 1
Before being on "Sale of the Century", Summer Bartholomew preceded Vanna White on this game
    $100 26
Animal seen here with a bird on its head
    $100 6
Seamstresses use these items to protect their fingers; others collect them
    $200 22
"Love's Labour's Lost" & "Henry VI, Part III" both mention the kiss of this Biblical traitor
    $200 15
don't use an ice pick to defrost this; you might puncture the coils
    $200 13
Residents of Tbilisi & Batumi or Plains & Macon
    $200 2
"The Price Is Right"'s Gena Lee Nolin moved on to lifeguard duty on this syndicated series
    $200 27
U.S. readers voted National Geographic's story about this man, seen here, their favorite for 1996
    $200 7
Man O' War was one of the greatest ones in history
    $300 23
In this comedy Petruchio says, "Kiss me, Kate, we will be married o' Sunday"
    $300 16
To keep this appliance's bag smelling fresh, drop a few cloves in it
    $300 14
A native of Flanders, or ice skater Peggy
    $300 3
Show in common to Jenny McCarthy & Carmen Electra
    $300 28
The Hubble Telescope was used to make the picture of this planet, seen here:
    $300 8
Vitamin B1
    DD: $700 24
He claims that the sleeping Michael Cassio kissed him hard while dreaming of Desdemona
    $400 17
The "white" type of this salad dressing ingredient will make your glass shower doors sparkle
    $400 19
Bigger swingers than most South Americans, the people of this city are Caraquenos
    $400 4
Mark Goodson's daughter Marjorie was a model on the "Classic" version of this game
    $400 29
Natural landmark seen here from the streets of the Spanish town of La Linea
    $400 9
This large shark is named for the way its tail flails in the water
    $500 25
"We have kiss'd away kingdoms and provinces" says Scarus in the play about this title couple
    $500 18
This cooking ingredient, AKA sodium bicarbonate, may be used to clean stainless steel sinks
    $500 20
The people of this British city are called Brummies, from Brummagem, an old slang name for the town
    $500 5
KC Winkler, Becky Price & Ruta Lee appeared on various versions of this dice game
    $500 30
For Minnesota State Fair, dairy princesses have their likenesses sculpted in this medium, seen here:
    $500 10
From the originator of Greek tragedy, it's a term for an actor or actress

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

Pat Matt Marsha
$900 $3,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Matt Marsha
$1,600 $4,400 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
In 1985 Mick Jagger & David Bowie revived this 21-year-old Martha & The Vandellas hit
    $200 1
Kent State & Bowling Green State Universities opened in this state in 1910
    $200 11
About 50% of the U.S. orange crop is of this variety that shares its name with a Spanish city
    $200 12
Promoted as the first sugarless gum, its first flavor was called "Original"
    $200 13
Born in 1927, he wrote his first Broadway hit, "Come Blow Your Horn", in 1960
    $200 22
Red Sanders & Vince Lombardi are both credited with saying this "Isn't everything. It's the only thing"
    $400 7
Songwriter who gave us the classics "Help Me Rhonda", "Surfer Girl" & "California Girls"
    $400 2
This trade paper of the garment industry began publishing July 13, 1910
    $400 18
This fruit's origins include Portugal for the Rocha, France for the Anjou & Belgium for the Bosc
    $400 27
Hoping to create a "boom", comics were added to this brand of bubble gum in 1953
    $400 14
From 1972 to 1983, she was Mrs. James Taylor
    $400 23
She joked, "I've been asked to say a couple of words about my husband, Fang. How about 'short' and 'cheap' "
    $600 8
"So how could I dance with another, when" this happened
    $600 3
The design of this NYC railroad station that opened in 1910 was based on the Roman baths of Caracalla
    $600 19
What Americans call this is actually an orange-flavored muskmelon
    $600 28
These candy-coated pellets of gum take their name from the Spanish word for gum
    $600 15
Harriet Beecher Stowe's sinister slaver
    $600 24
In 1985 he said, "I will continue wearing mask until I ride up into the big ranch in the sky"
    DD: $2,000 9
Country group that crossed over to the pop charts in the mid-'60s with the following: ("Counting flowers on the wall...")
    $800 4
Feminist & writer of the following who marched on to the great beyond Oct. 17, 1910: ("Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord...")
    $800 20
Roll this Persian "fruit of many seeds" on the table & insert a straw through the skin to drink its juice
    $800 29
The Shorin brothers named their bubble gum & trading card company this, hoping to lead the field
    $800 16
He won the Democratic presidential primary in Illinois in 1988; no big surprise, he was their senator
    $800 25
Philip Johnson called this field he worked in "The art of how to waste space"
    $1000 10
Singer of "Put A Little Love in Your Heart" & "What the World Needs Now is Love"
    $1000 5
In 1910 E.M. Forster wound up this novel about a country house
    $1000 21
The black seeds in a papaya may be ground & used like this spice
    DD: $1,300 30
The Royal Swedish Navy's smoking ban on submarines led to the development of this brand of gum
    $1000 17
The Holocaust is just one topic covered in the L.A. museum of tolerance named for him
    $1000 26
In "Day By Day" Robert Lowell wrote, "If we see light at the end of the tunnel, it's the light of" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Matt Marsha
$6,100 $3,600 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The title of Richard Burton's last feature film, or the year it was released

Final scores:

Pat Matt Marsha
$7,200 $7,200 $12,201
2nd place: Trip to Gran Hotel Bahia del Duque, Tenerife, Canary Islands 3rd place: DuPont/Coleman Camping Equipment New champion: $12,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Matt Marsha
$8,100 $3,600 $7,400
20 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
18 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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