Show #3128 - Wednesday, March 18, 1998


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Norm Nadel, a lawyer from Beverly Hills, California

Amy Solomon, a consultant from Seattle, Washington

Christopher Ruth, a musician and songwriter from New London, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $26,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
This Washington Irving character slept through the American Revolution
    $100 1
The population of this capital grew approximately 140% between 1975 & 1995, to its present 11 million
    $100 11
This mesh-bottomed cup is used to break up large pieces in confectioner's sugar or flour
    $100 6
"Fair and" this geometric shape means honestly
    $100 16
Surrounding the statue, my walls are inscribed with quotes like "with malice toward none"
    $100 25
Chew on this: in the "Bite of the Century" Mike Tyson bit off a bit of this boxer's ear
    $200 21
The sheep's in the meadow, the cow's in the corn, & he's under the haystack fast asleep
    $200 2
Term for the skirt worn by Dorothy Lamour on film, or the traditional garb of Indonesians of both sexes
    $200 12
People normally top off a bowl of goulash with a dollop of this dairy product
    $200 7
Something that is not unusual is described as "run of" this place
    $200 17
Pardon my sensitivity--I may be over 1,500 miles long, but I cannot be seen from the Moon
    $200 26
Measuring about 5 feet wide, the ears of the African species of this are the largest of any animal
    $300 22
This rodent couldn't stay awake through the Mad Hatter's tea party
    $300 3
Amid a Muslim nation, this island next to Java maintains its Hindu rituals, music & dance
    $300 13
This herb's name comes from the latin "salvus" meaning "safe", not "wise"
    $300 8
To stir up trouble you put it "among the pigeons"; to give away an ending you let it "out of the bag"
    DD: $500 18
Look at me. You can now e-mail a prayer to be placed in my crevices
    $300 27
In the '70s she ended her TV variety show by tugging on her ear as a signal to grandma
    $400 23
Dorothy, Toto, and the Cowardly Lion fell asleep in a field of these flowers
    $400 4
A factory in the town of Serang makes over a million sports shoes a month for this U.S. company
    $400 14
Ricotta isn't a cheese, it's a cheese by-product made from this liquid drained from cheeses
    $400 9
Similar to "shape up or ship out" is "straighten up and" do this
    $400 19
Tourists come to see me at Santa Maria Della Grazie because of this mural Leonardo painted on me
    $400 28
According to folklore, if your ears are doing this, someone is talking about you
    $500 24
He played a narcoleptic drifter in the 1991 film "My Own Private Idaho"
    $500 5
This anticommunist general took power from Sukarno in 1966 & has run the country since
    $500 15
Term for boiling a sauce to lessen the volume by evaporation, causing it to thicken
    $500 10
From the Dutch "honk", meaning "home" or "goal" comes this phrase for all is A-OK
    $500 30
I'm named for the Roman Emperor who visited Britain around 121 but didn't stick around to see me built
    $500 29
An inner ear disorder kept this first American in space from returning to space until 1971

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

Christopher Amy Norm
$2,100 $1,300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Amy Norm
$3,500 $3,400 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

"M" TV
(Alex: Our tribute to Wheel of Fortune.)
    $200 1
The Magna Carta of 1215 & The Stamp Act Protest of 1765 opposed this "without representation"
    $200 13
It was once said of this singing cowboy: he "used to ride off into the sunset. Now he owns it"
    $200 7
Men's teams at Washington & Jefferson College are the Presidents; the women once had this nickname
    $200 22
Most of the play takes place at Elsinore, in this country
    $200 4
In a "SNL" spoof of this kids' show Eddie Murphy said, "Ooo, look, boys & girls, an eviction notice"
    $200 21
Stevenson's two-faced physician/monster who relaxes at FDR's New York Estate
    $400 2
The last Abbasid Caliph was killed in 1258 when these Asian warriors sacked Baghdad
    $400 14
His movie title roles include Quackser Fortune, Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother & Willy Wonka
    $400 8
"I have found it!"
The westernmost college in the lower 48 states is the College of the Redwoods in this California city
    $400 28
In the German version, it's "Sein, oder nicht sein; das ist die frage"
    $400 9
This title character put his webbed hands & feet to work for the Foundation for Oceanic Research
    $400 24
Citrus drink franchise owned by the conqueror of Gaul
    $600 3
In 1929 Amanullah Khan marched on Kabul in an attempt to retake this country from an outlaw leader
    $600 15
Chris O'Donnell played this actor's legal eagle grandson in the 1996 film "The Chamber"
    $600 16
This Rochester, N.Y. businessman's gift allowed MIT to be built
    $600 29
Hamlet tells her "Get thee to a nunnery", which might have meant a brothel
    DD: $1,000 10
This series' title character worked for the United Network Command for Law & Enforcement
    $600 25
"The Bodyguard" star's troubled message to mission control from Apollo 13
    $800 5
Called by some the Father of Europe, he was crowned Emperor of the Romans December 25, 800
    $800 17
When Steve Allen hosted the original "Tonight" Show, this "Match Game" host was his sidekick
    $800 18
Originally the colors of Syracuse were pea green & pink, but in 1890 this one color was chosen
    $800 23
Polonius closes his advice to his son with these 6 words, following "This above all"
    $800 11
Debuting in 1947 & now hosted by the man seen here, it's network television's oldest program
    $800 26
Famous lingerie store's hidden nuclear warhead
    $1000 6
In June 1812, Napoleon sent this French army to defeat the Russians--didn't work
    $1000 20
Oleg Cassini was once married to this beautiful movie star of the 1940s
    $1000 19
Located in Pyongyang, North Korea's oldest university is named for this late Communist leader
    DD: $300 30
It's "The thing where in I'll catch the conscience of the king"
    $1000 12
It was the original title of the long-running "Danny Thomas Show"
    $1000 27
Deformed bellringer who does a pas de deux with Rudolf Nereyev in "Swan Lake"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christopher Amy Norm
$13,600 $7,000 $4,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The French call him "Le Roi du Crazy"

Final scores:

Christopher Amy Norm
$14,001 $9,000 $4,800
3-day champion: $40,601 2nd place: A week at the Gran Hotel Bahia Del Duque, a fantastic resort on the south of Tenerife Island in the Canary Islands 3rd place: Wittnauer's

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Christopher Amy Norm
$13,900 $7,000 $4,100
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R,
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $25,000

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