Show #3049 - Thursday, November 27, 1997

Bob Harris game 5.


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Patty Parr, a physician from Anchorage, Alaska

John Stevenson, a tour guide from Los Angeles, California

Bob Harris, a writer originally from Cleveland, Ohio (whose 4-day cash winnings total $43,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Thousands of pilgrims gather annually in Cairo & Damascus to join caravans to make the hajj to this holy city
    $100 11
In a family of flat noodles, these are wider than fettuccelle but narrower than fettucce
    $100 18
It boasts that it's “the world's most popular sugar substitute”
    $100 26
It's the substance that most commonly fills an hourglass
    $100 16
Cavemen first got it from natural sources; rubbing sticks & sparking flint came later
    $100 6
He's the assistant director of personnel at Cleveland's Winfred-Louder Department Store
    $200 2
This religion has 7 holy cities of pilgrimage, including Varanasi & Ayodhya
    $200 12
This substance, sugar browned by heating, is used in dishes from soup to nut brittle
    $200 19
This 1969 hit was Neil Diamond's first million seller
    $200 27
An election may be declared invalid if one of these has been stuffed
    $200 17
He designed airplanes & a man-lifting kite but is better known for the telephone
    $200 7
Bill McNeal & Catherine Duke are behind the mikes at WNYX on this sitcom
    $300 3
In 1623 he married fellow Pilgrim Priscilla Mullens
    $300 13
Pour beaten eggs slowly into simmering broth to make this Chinese dish
    $300 20
They're the female counterpart of male barbershop quartet singers
    $300 28
The Shenandoah, commissioned by the U.S. Navy in 1923, was its 1st Zeppelin-type airship filled with this gas
    $300 23
The floor on a ship, it's what a swabby swabs
    $300 8
Mary Steenburgen & Ted Danson played editor & reporter for the New York Sun on this CBS sitcom
    DD: $300 4
About 3 million pilgrims a year visit this city on the Gave de Pau stream near the Pyrenees in France
    $400 14
Baking & this oven-cooking method are basically the same process, at the same temperature
    $400 21
In 1985 moviegoers went “crazy” over Jessica Lange's performance as Patsy Cline in this film
    $400 29
Bart Simpson & Mickey Mouse are popular “figuras gringas” for these candy-filled Mexican party objects
    $400 24
Bullfight ticket prices vary by your seat location & the fame of this person
    $400 9
It's the literary cafe where Joe Farrell, Audrey Penney & Ellen Morgan worked
    $500 5
Each year many pilgrims visit the site at Bodh Gaya where this once grew
    $500 15
In novels it means to pale, as with fear; in cooking, to place food in boiling, then in cold water
    $500 22
This Tennessee Williams play features fading film star Princess Kosmonopolis
    $500 30
Term for the cotton or wool sheets used to fill a quilt
    $500 25
This phrase applies to a relative that you know well enough to smooch upon meeting
    $500 10
Captain John Sheridan & ambassadors from all over the galaxy work at this space station

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

Bob John Patty
$800 $500 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob John Patty
$1,900 $2,500 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In 1989 both the hardcover & paperback editions of his “Cardinal of the Kremlin” were bestsellers
    $200 3
The 1968 film in which Mia Farrow discovers she has a bun in the coven
    $200 7
Nearly 40% of the people in Washington state live in the metropolitan area of this city
    $200 1
If you want to talk Frisian, grab your clogs & head to this Low Country's Friesland province
    $200 26
The IBF, the International Federation for this sport, knows the correct size for shuttlecocks
    $200 17
Astonished, as if suddenly smacked by lightning's partner
    DD: $3,000 22
This author seen here was born Howard Allen O'Brien; her name was soon changed

[Woman with fairly short black hair shown]
    $400 12
Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke & Ben Stiller form a romantic triangle in this 1994 film Stiller directed
    $400 8
Large hydroelectric facilities were built at this city in New York State in the 1890s
    $400 2
This Scandinavian language spoken in Reykjavik is derived from Old Norse
    $400 27
The Liberty Federation was founded in 1986 by Jerry Falwell as a successor to this group
    $400 18
It's the adjective for someone who irrationally fears black cats or a category like 13-letter words
    $600 23
He subtitled his 1973 novel “Breakfast of Champions”, “Or Goodbye Blue Monday!”
    $600 13
Detroit is the city protected by this title character; some might have called the performance robotic
    $600 9
This Tennessee port named for an Egyptian city was founded by Andrew Jackson & 2 partners in 1819
    $600 4
The Yoruba language of this country is centered in the southwest, including the city of Lagos
    $600 28
It was founded in Columbus, Ohio in 1886 by workers wanting an 8-hour day
    $600 19
Fowl is foul but pears are fair & peas should please a follower of this dietary practice
    $800 24
She said, “I didn't realize I had an imagination until I wrote ‘Scruples’”
    $800 14
1991 movie in which Harrison Ford as lawyer Henry Turner becomes a better person after he's shot in the head
    DD: $1,000 10
The name of this Western Wisconsin city on the Mississippi River honors a Native American sport
    $800 5
The Divehi language of Maldives is related to this language of Sri Lanka
    $800 16
It's a more general term for an algebraist; that just about sums it up
    $1000 25
This author wrote 11 novels featuring Lanny Budd, including “A World To Win” & “Dragon's Teeth”
    $1000 15
The final film in Krzysztof Kieslowski's trilogy that began with “Blue” & “White”
    $1000 11
Alaska's largest city, it's also the state's commerce & transportation center
    $1000 6
English & siSwati are the official languages of this small landlocked African nation
    $1000 20
From Lower Latin for “killing”, it's the kind of shame that's so humiliating you could just die

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob John Patty
$7,300 $6,700 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The NKVD, which liquidated its own first 2 chiefs in the 1930s, developed into this group in 1954

Final scores:

Bob John Patty
$14,600 $0 $4,000
5-day champion: $58,000 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob John Patty
$7,100 $4,100 $4,000
24 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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