Show #3184 - Thursday, June 4, 1998


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Dan Emberley, an internet project manager from Washington, D.C.

Joe Mecca, a state trooper from Allegheny, New York

Pam Tyler, a professor of history from Raleigh, North Carolina (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
Once home to Al Capone & a birdman, it closed its cell doors March 21, 1963
    $100 11
French for "a sitting", it's a meeting at which a medium tries to communicate with the dead
    $100 1
A coffee container, or your face
    $100 6
According to the title of Mel's 1995 film, this vampire is "Dead and Loving It"
    $100 21
Australia boasts the only all black type of this often white & graceful aquatic bird
    $100 22
This paving material of the road to the Emerald City is in need of repairs
    $200 17
On March 25, 1957 6 countries signed the Treaty of Rome to form this, the EEC
    $200 12
This Sherlock Holmes creator became an advocate of spiritualism after his son died in WWI
    $200 2
Potatoes' partner
    $200 7
It's twue! It's twue! Madeline Kahn played singer Lili Von Shtupp in this uproarious western
    $200 24
In Australian idiom a "station" is one of these places where sheep are often found
    $200 23
The "Wizard" of Oz is from Omaha, Nebraska, not far from this state where Dorothy lives
    $300 18
This city's Bakerloo subway line opened March 10, 1906
    $300 13
Constance Bennett & Cary Grant appeared & disappeared in this 1937 film classic
    $300 3
    $300 8
"The Producers" concerns the production of an outrageous musical called "Springtime for" this person
    $300 28
It's played on a field up to 200 yards long with 4 posts at each end
    $300 25
As seen in chapter 2, they're about as tall as Dorothy & wear foot-high pointed hats
    $400 19
The U.S. voted against joining this organization March 19, 1920; today we're here & it isn't
    $400 14
Roseanne & Madonna are among the stars who've studied this Jewish mystical tradition
    $400 4
Food "From Heaven"
    DD: $500 9
(Hi, I'm Teri Garr.) I got to romance Gene Wilder when I played a sexy blonde named Inga in this Mel Brooks film
    $400 29
This party led Australia from 1983 to 1996, while a party of the same name was Britain's opposition
    $400 26
Part of Oz is populated by breakable people made of this, also the name of a real country
    $500 20
On March 1, 1954 the U.S. conducted the first of a series of hydrogen bomb tests on this Pacific atoll
    $500 15
Possibly inhabited by a piano-playing ghost, the Stanley Hotel in Colorado inspired this Stephen King tale
    $500 5
Nonvegetarian side whiskers
    $500 10
"History of the World -- Part I" featured Mel as Moses, Torquemada & the waiter at this Biblical dinner
    $500 30
5-letter name of the capital of Western Australia, named for a county in Scotland
    $500 27
In the book, this evil personage has only one eye & her slaves are called Winkies

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

Pam Joe Dan
$800 $3,800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Joe Dan
$2,100 $4,700 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A direct steal from "Wheel of Fortune"!)
    $200 1
This artist's "The Thinker" was originally intended to crown his "Gates of Hell" monument
    $200 13
It's the base in the liqueur Irish Mint
    $200 20
Around 1725 this great Baroque composer wrote 6 "English Suites" for harpsichord
    $200 6
A good friend of Buchanan's was this man who went on to be president -- of the Confederacy
    $200 7
Arte Johnson was the only performer to win an Emmy for his work on this comedy-variety series
    $200 12
Breakfast cereal spokescat who's a Gr-r-reat! golfer
    $400 2
Alexander Calder called these creations "four-dimensional drawings"
    $400 14
A man in a sombrero sits under a Moorish archway on the label of this coffee liqueur
    $400 21
When you listen to this French composer's "Mother Goose" suite, wear a "Bolero"
    $400 8
Buchanan was born in the town of Stony Batter in this state; he died & was buried in Lancaster there
    $400 15
Nantucket Memorial Airport doubled for the fictional Tom Nevers Field on this sitcom
    $400 18
Superman's girlfriend who pigs out & hits this shop for new duds
    $600 3
This country's renowned sculptor, Unkei, is known for his wooden statues carved for Buddhist temples
    $600 27
Sauza is a brand of this liquor which is also the title of the song heard here:
    $600 23
This composer's "Peer Gynt" suites began life as incidental music for a play by Henrik Ibsen
    $600 9
Buchanan was on both sides of the fence for this proposed boundary of Oregon that Polk wanted
    $600 16
This action show starring Richard Dean Anderson is a favorite of Marge Simpson's sisters
    $600 19
The name of this band, heard here, combines a type of recreational vehicle & a composer:

"Take the skinheads bowling, take them bowling..."
    $800 4
A statue of this cowboy painter & sculptor represents Montana in the U.S. Capitol's Statuary Hall
    $800 28
Alex Marnier Lapostolle mixed cognac & this fruit's peel & Voila! Grand Marnier was born
    DD: $500 26
Title of the 1931 suite heard here, a landmark in American music:
    $800 10
In the 1856 election, Buchanan beat this former president who ran as a Know-Nothing
    $800 17
2 of the 3 spinoffs from "The Mary Tyler Moore" show
    $800 24
A speech from "As You Like It" compares our planet to a New York restaurant at 7th & 54th
    $1000 5
In this type of sculpture, an image is slightly raised above a flat surface
    DD: $3,000 29
In 1832 the founding family of this famed French champagne house hired a son-in-law named Chandon
    $1000 11
Buchanan didn't like this senator from Illinois though he may have given money to Buchanan's campaign
    $1000 22
Monica Evans & Carole Shelley played the Pigeon sisters on this sitcom, as well as in the stage & film versions
    $1000 25
That despicable former leader of Cambodia saying "You devastated your country!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pam Joe Dan
$5,900 $7,000 $1,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

35 years after her death, she's the subject of a new collection of poems by her husband

Final scores:

Pam Joe Dan
$7,900 $12,000 $3,399
2nd place: Broadway-themed trip to New York City New champion: $12,000 3rd place: Zenith 32" TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pam Joe Dan
$5,900 $7,400 $4,700
14 R,
1 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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