Show #3207 - Tuesday, July 7, 1998

Dan Girard game 3.


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Sue Ann Allen, a retired teacher from Lexington, Kentucky

Jeff Stone, a freelance writer from New York City, New York

Dan Girard, a landscape artist from Altadena, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $12,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That's very straightforward.)
(Alex: We will show you a toy, you identify it for us, please.)
(Alex: You're familiar with that category because of the influence of "Wheel of Fortune".)
    $100 7
The Tabor Center,
The Museum of Western Art,
The Mile High Flea Market
    $100 21
The 1990s saw a new way to make Jell-O puddings using this type of oven
    $100 12
In March 1998 he won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as an obsessive-repulsive novelist in "As Good as It Gets"
    $100 2
Actors who have played cops on this series include S. Epatha Merkerson, Chris Noth & Paul Sorvino
    $100 1
[Red-squared, shakeable drawing toy]
    $100 26
Macedonian conqueror for whom Linus Van Pelt waits patiently on Halloween
    $200 8
The Center for Southern Folklore,
The Mud Island Amphitheatre,
The Sincerely Elvis Museum
    $200 22
During her 140-day-long mission on this workplace Shannon Lucid made Jell‑O every Sunday
    $200 13
On March 5, 1998 scientists announced that there was ice at both poles of this heavenly body
    $200 3
On this series, William B. Davis plays a character called the Cigarette-Smoking Man
    $200 14
[Stereoscopic device used to see pictures on discs]
    $200 27
This character might cluck, "The 11 herbs & spices are falling! The 11 herbs & spices are falling!"
    $300 9
The Pontalba Apartments,
Pat O'Brien's Bar,
Preservation Hall
    $300 23
Due to a shortage of this during WWII, it was tough to find Jell-O on grocery shelves
    $300 18
He told the U.S. Senate, "At Microsoft we are spending 2.6 billion in R&D this year"
    $300 4
Now a regular on "NewsRadio", on "Saturday Night Live" he played the Anal-Retentive Chef
    $300 15
[Toy that's a "knockout"]
    $300 28
Robbie, Chip & Ernie Douglas' favorite D.H. Lawrence novel
    $400 10
Rittenhouse Square,
Society Hill,
The Franklin Institute
    $400 24
The Smithsonian's 1991 conference on Jell-O history included a talk on this "sport"
    $400 19
This school won the 1997-98 NCAA basketball title by mounting the biggest second half comeback in Finals history
    DD: $400 5
(Hey, I'm Alicia Witt.) In 1995 she won the Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress for her work on the sitcom we both work on, "Cybill"
    $400 16
[Remove an ailment carefully or you'll get buzzed]
    $500 11
The O. Henry Museum,
The Capitol Saddlery,
The Texas Memorial Museum
    $500 25
In the 1930s Jell-O sponsored a series of "Oz" booklets by this author who died in 1919
    $500 20
On March 27 this automaker, known for his 550 Spyder & 911 models, died in Austria at age 88
    $500 6
Wallace Langham plays Josh on "Veronica's Closet" & Phil on this HBO talk show spoof
    $500 17
[Tap your mallet carefully on the "frozen water blocks" and...]

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Dan Jeff Sue
$1,200 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Jeff Sue
$4,200 $700 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This word plus an exclamation point is commonly found after "Westward" & "Land"
    $200 6
Coined by the Columbian Centinel in July 1817, this "era" often describes Monroe's 2 terms
    $200 21
A 100-meter dash is the first event in this contest in which Dan O'Brien reigns supreme
    $200 30
In "Pride and Prejudice", she wrote that a wealthy bachelor "must be in want of a wife"
    $200 11
His parents were Jane & John Clemens
    $200 12
The colon is the largest part of this "large" organ
    $400 2
In 1963 he put up his "Dukes" as the title character in "McLintock!"
    $400 7
It's the period referred to in the following song:

"When the Moon is in the seventh house..."
    $400 22
In his youth, this Yankee slugger who died in 1995 could go from home to first in 3.1 seconds
    $400 29
At Walden Pond, he "never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude"
    $400 17
He was just getting started when he won an Olympic bronze medal in the 100 meter freestyle in 1968
    $400 13
As its name indicates, the hepatic flexure is a bend in the colon just below this organ
    DD: $1,200 3
"Pore Jud is Daid" is a song in this exclamatory 1943 Rodgers & Hammerstein musical
    $600 8
The painting seen here is part of this historical period:
    $600 23
In the Olympics, you're guilty of this if you leave within .10 seconds of the gun going off
    $600 28
In "The Devil's Dictionary", he defined "alone" as "In bad company"
    $600 18
His less "forceful" film credits include "Slipstream" & "Corvette Summer"
    $600 14
The colon is part of this "canal" whose name is from Latin for "to nourish"
    $800 4
"Las Vegas (what?)... Las Vegas!!!!" is an article by this "Bonfire of the Vanities" author
    $800 9
From the Latin words for middle and age, this adjective is used to describe the Middle Ages
    $800 24
In 1936 he got right in Der Fuhrer's face with an Olympic victory in the 100 meters
    $800 27
"Bachelors know more about women", quipped this Baltimore sage, "If they didn't, they'd be married"
    $800 19
Check him twice, he won the NHL's MVP Trophy in 1990 with Edmonton & in 1992 with the New York Rangers
    $800 15
In a Mark Leyner title, "My Cousin" is this type of doctor, who treats diseases of the colon
    $1000 5
In 1963 he painted the comic strip-inspired "Whaam!"
    DD: $1,500 10
Named for mountains in France, this middle period of the Mesozoic era lasted about 65 million years
    $1000 25
Pietro Mennea's record of 19.72 seconds at this distance stood from 1979 until Michael Johnson broke it in 1996
    $1000 26
Attributed to Gloria Steinem, a slogan says, "A woman without a man is like a fish without" one of these
    $1000 20
He's the American abstract expressionist whose work "Untitled 1958" is seen here:
    $1000 16
These 2 adjectives, for the first & third major segments of the colon, might also apply to climbers

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Jeff Sue
$15,400 $2,900 $1,400
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He's the only GOP presidential nominee to lose 2 presidential elections

Final scores:

Dan Jeff Sue
$6,400 $0 $1,400
3-day champion: $18,800 3rd place: Sony Power Cinema Package 2nd place: Trip to 5th Avenue Suites Hotel, Portland Oregon

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Jeff Sue
$14,800 $2,900 $2,900
33 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
10 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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Game tape date: 1998-04-13
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