Show #3085 - Friday, January 16, 1998


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Drew Reid, a musician and songwriter from Franklin, Tennessee

Alice Dutton, a customer service representative from Canton, Connecticut

Bill Dougherty, an art services provider from Chicago, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,501)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 19
Anne Arundel County in this state is named for the wife of the second Lord Baltimore
    $100 25
This most popular ice cream flavor comes from the fruit of a tropical orchid
    $100 3
This layer of fat helps maintain a whale's body temperature at 93-99 F., & that's nothing to cry over
    $100 1
We were shocked to hear this Rolling Stone was the guest vocalist on the Jacksons' hit "State of Shock"
    $100 16
For women, this word follows tank, tube & halter
    $100 11
It's "one", "two", "three", mon ami
    $200 12
A city near L.A. is named for this novelist from New England; wonder how many "scarlet" women live there
    $200 30
Dairy product that precedes pecan in the name of a flavor
    $200 6
When you "make a muscle" in your arm, you contract this 2-headed muscle
    $200 2
His then-wife Christie Brinkley painted the cover of his 1993 album "River of Dreams"
    $200 17
Bra sizes normally run from AAA to DD; widths of these fashion items usually run from AAAAA to EEEE
    $200 22
What the French call Janvier & Fevrier, we call these months
    $300 13
This New Mexico city was named for a railroad paymaster, not for a pollster
    $300 29
This brand of cookie has been an ingredient of Edy's Cookies 'N Cream since 1983
    $300 8
It's secreted by the liver, stored in the gallbladder & released into the duodenum after eating
    $300 4
Cindy Birdsong sang with Patti LaBelle's Blue Belles before joining this Motown trio in 1967
    $300 18
The long, bulky, large-collared coat made of this fur was popular with 1920s college men
    $300 23
4-word phrase for the best of the best, you might say it rises to the top
    $400 14
Motley County in this state wasn't named for Motley Crue but for a man wounded in the Battle of San Jacinto
    $400 27
It's the flavor of ice cream with pieces you should chew but not swallow
    DD: $700 9
It's the branch of biology that specifically studies sometimes harmful one-celled organisms
    $400 5
Elton John & Kiki Dee had a No. 1 hit with "Don't Go" doing this
    $400 20
This checkered pattern is named for its resemblance to a canine's canine
    $400 24
French for "puffed out", it describes a hairstyle popular in the '60s
    $500 15
A dozen U.S. counties are named for this 19th century politician, a "Little Giant" indeed
    $500 26
This word describing how a ribbon of syrup or fruit is put into ice cream often appears in the name
    $500 10
As opposed to spontaneous generation, it's the theory that life originates only from living organisms
    $500 7
In 1978 he asked, "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" & also recorded "I Was Only Joking"
    $500 21
This piece of lingerie is the upper half of a slip & can be worn under an unbuttoned shirt
    $500 28
This 2-word phrase gives a person complete freedom to act at will

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

Bill Alice Drew
$900 $1,600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Alice Drew
$2,100 $2,700 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
You can see Elisabeth Vigee-Le Brun's 1787 portrait of this queen & her children at Versailles
    $200 4
She was "The Lady With the Hatchet"
    $200 11
In the 1850s this British female poet wrote a blank verse novel called "Aurora Leigh"
    $200 14
This musical based on a Charles Dickens novel features a murder at London Bridge: what a "Twist!"
    $200 6
Hawaii produces 300,000 tons of this tropical fruit a year, the vast majority of the USA's crop
    $200 26
Tomoyuki Tanaka, the producer who created this Tokyo-attacking giant lizard, died in Tokyo in April 1997
    $400 10
One of Gustave Moreau's favorite subjects was this Biblical dancer who was barely veiled
    $400 5
He was the "Great Soul" & "The Father of India"
    $400 12
Revolutionary Sergey Nechayev was the model for Peter Verkhovensky in his novel "The Possessed"
    $400 16
Devoted fans of the hit musical about this dual personality are known as Jeckies
    $400 9
Bovine Somatotropin, or BST, is a hormone used to increase the yield of this
    $400 7
This beloved San Francisco Chronicle columnist died at age 80 in 1997
    $600 3
This impressionist who lived in Giverny painted a "Poppy Field in a Hollow Near Giverny" in 1885
    $600 8
"Lady Lindy" or "America's Premier Air Woman"
    $600 13
"Basil: A Story of Modern Life" is a melodramatic tale of seduction by this author of "The Moonstone"
    DD: $1,000 17
Title murderer you have to watch out for when you hear the following:
    $600 24
It's the most important grain that originated in the Americas
    $600 27
Both famous for playing this "M*A*S*H" character, Roger Bowen & McLean Stevenson died in February 1996
    $800 2
In 1778, during his last trip to Paris, this "Candide" author sat for a bust sculpted by Houdon
    $800 22
"Le Roi Soleil"
    DD: $1,000 19
Ira Levin started writing this 1967 novel while his wife was pregnant, & he wouldn't let her read it
    $800 18
This Oscar Hammerstein musical inspired by "Carmen" ends with a murder outside a boxing arena
    $800 25
Nancy Claster, Miss Nancy in the '50s on this children's series, don't bee with us anymore
    $1000 1
Around 1915 this Italian painted an elongated, asymmetrical portrait of artist Juan Gris
    $1000 23
"The Founder of Modern Mexico"
    $1000 20
"The Jewel in the Crown" is the first book in this "quartet" of novels by Paul Scott
    $1000 21
Bebe Neuwirth won a 1997 Tony for playing a homicidal hussy named Velma in this musical revival
    $1000 28
The author associated with the address seen here, she died in April 1997 at age 80:
[84 Charing Cross Rd.]

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bill Alice Drew
$5,900 $4,900 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Colin Powell & Jimmy Carter were among those who attended its dedication Nov. 6, 1997 at Texas A&M University

Final scores:

Bill Alice Drew
$9,801 $9,400 $12,100
2nd place: Trip to Tenaya Lodge, Yosemite National Park, California 3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package New champion: $12,100

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bill Alice Drew
$5,900 $4,000 $6,100
16 R,
1 W
12 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W
21 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $16,000

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