Show #3468 - Wednesday, October 6, 1999


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June Murphy, a writer from Champaign, Illinois

Marty Daly, an air traffic controller from Naperville, Illinois

Leslie Quickley, a sous chef from New York City, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,802)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Of 40, 100 or 400, the one closest to the total years the Israelites were in captivity in Egypt
    $100 21
These "make the man"
    $100 3
72-year-old Daisy Werthan gets a chauffeur after she wrecks her car in Act I of this play
    $100 6
You'll find the deeds of Emperor Jimmu in the "Nihon Shoki", or "Chronicle of" this country
    $100 30
Bo Derek's big screen breakthrough
    $100 11
George & Herman were the real given names of this legendary slugger
    $200 20
At 969, he was the Bible's longest-lived man
    $200 23
This "makes the heart grow fonder"
    $200 2
Che Guevara mocks a funeral procession by singing "O What A Circus" in Act I of this musical
    $200 7
In the 5th century Priscus visited the court of this thuggish Hun & lived to tell the tale
    $200 26
Garcia Marquez' "Years of Solitude"
    $200 12
AKA "Grandma Freud", this New York therapist is said to dole out sexual advice like hot chicken soup
    $300 29
In the Old Testament, Othniel, Ehud, Shamgar & others collectively, but not Judy
    $300 24
Shakespeare said that "no legacy is so rich as" this; maybe that's why it's "the best policy"
    $300 1
The vote is 12 not guilties at the end of Act III in this Reginald Rose work
    DD: $500 8
Jean Froissart died in his 60s around 1400, so he only got to chronicle about half of this war
    $300 16
Number of Natalie Merchant's musical "Maniacs"
    $300 13
She's the wacky star of "Chu Chu and the Philly Flash" seen here
    $400 28
At Passover, this thief was freed in place of Jesus
    $400 22
It "never boils"
    $400 4
Abigail & Betty hysterically name other villagers as witches at the end of Act I in this 1953 hit
    $400 9
Livy's "Ab Urbe Condita", or "History From the Founding of the City", is about this city
    $400 17
If you paid the price in this candy bar's name, it would be the most expensive one
    $400 14
Once married to Garson Kanin, this actress played Maude in "Harold and Maude"
    $500 27
Eve is the first woman mentioned in the Bible; this unnamed woman is second in Genesis 4:17
    $500 25
A Turkish proverb describes a perfect serving of this as "Black as hell, strong as death & sweet as love"
    $500 5
In Act I of this period piece, Salieri calls on the audience to be his confessors
    $500 10
The main source on 9th-12th Century England is this hyphenated "chronicle" named for 2 groups
    $500 18
Louis Farrakhan led this Washington "march" on October 16, 1995
    $500 15
This woman took her current high post in 1993

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

Leslie Marty June
$2,000 $1,300 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Marty June
$3,400 $2,700 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
Both the parents of this Serb dictator committed suicide
    $200 2
He's a bestselling author as well as a familiar voice

"It's been a quiet week in Lake Wobegon, my hometown..."
    $200 18
Boris Yeltsin,
Boris Becker,
Boris Karloff
    $200 1
Guinevere strangles herself with her own hair in the Chausson opera named for this king
    $200 15
The fiesta at the heart of Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises" takes place in this bull-running city
    $200 16
When I take off all my clothes, I'm this, just like a salad without its vinaigrette
    $400 25
Throughout 1998 Serb forces battled the KLA, an abbreviation for this
    $400 3
Tom & Ray, hosts of this auto show, delivered the 1999 commencement address at their alma mater, M.I.T.
    $400 22
Philip the Fair,
Alfred the Great,
Ivan the Terrible
    $400 7
In "Luisa Miller", Rodolfo kills himself & Luisa by this method -- he must have seen "Lucrezia Borgia"
    $400 14
In "Moby Dick", the Pequod sails from this "New" Massachusetts seaport
    $400 17
Gangster-land, or Hades' domain
    $600 26
On March 31, 1999 3 U.S. soldiers were captured while patrolling near this country's border with Serbia
    $600 4
On Public Radio International, you can hear the refined tones of this "World Service"
    $600 19
Marion Morrison,
Jim Morrison,
Toni Morrison
    $600 23
Of a lake, a moat or a sewer, it's where Iris drowns herself in Mascagni's opera "Iris"
    $600 13
Dashiell Hammett's "The Maltese Falcon" plays out darkly in this California city
    $600 8
It's the "U" in UFO
    DD: $400 27
Serbs hold Kosovo dear because they lost a 1389 battle there to this empire
    $800 5
Since 1979 Bob Edwards has hosted this NPR program that many wake up to
    $800 20
Pope Paul VI,
Pope Pius XII,
Pope John XXIII
    $800 29
In "The Stone Guest", this Spanish seducer mocks a statue, which retaliates by dragging him down to hell
    $800 12
It's the fictional county where 14 Faulkner novels are set
    DD: $500 9
Eve Harrington is probably the most famous one
    $1000 28
This capital of Kosovo that dates back to medieval times was devastated by air raids & "ethnic cleansing"
    $1000 6
Low-concept weekly program heard here

"I'm Ira Glass. Each week, of course, on our program, we choose a theme..."
    $1000 21
Leonardo's "Mona Lisa",
"Last Supper",
"The Adoration of the Magi"
    $1000 11
Much of "Othello", including Desdemona's murder, takes place on this large island
    $1000 10
King Ethelred's adjective

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Marty June
$6,400 $4,700 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 7 men pictured on the front of currently printed U.S. currency, the 3 who never lived in the White House

Final scores:

Leslie Marty June
$11,201 $8,700 $1
3-day champion: $31,003 2nd place: Zenith 36-Inch Stereo TV & Broyhill Entertainment Armoire 3rd place: Pair of Nobel Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leslie Marty June
$6,600 $4,700 $6,100
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
18 R,
2 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1999-07-27
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