Show #3131 - Monday, March 23, 1998


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Bridget Boyd, a federal civil servant from Perry, Georgia

Paul Marte, a publishing project coordinator from New York, New York

Boze Hadleigh, a writer from Beverly Hills, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 18
From Greek for "to lift", it's the big artery that lifts blood out of the heart
    $100 16
For many years, this "pretty baby" was inseparable from her manager mom Teri, an ex-model herself
    $100 11
'60s rock band whose name is the punchline to "What's big & purple & swims in the ocean?"
    $100 4
Last name of "Sunset Beach" star Randy; he's Tori's younger brother
    $100 22
"Low-observable technology" earned the Air Force's B-2 bomber this nickname
    $100 2
This Agatha Christie mystery was also published as "Ten Little Indians"
    $200 27
Name given the tissue that sparks the heart into contracting; some people need an artificial one
    $200 17
It's no rumor: her real daughter, Rumer, played her movie daughter in "Striptease"
    $200 12
Gracie's traditional response to George Burns' order "Say good night, Gracie"
    $200 5
This "Stand By Your Man" singer stood by her menu when she played a waitress on "Capitol"
    $200 23
Tourists take off on popular helicopter excursions over this "Garden Island" of Hawaii
    $200 1
In a baby's toe counting game, it's what you say of the fourth one
    $300 24
These include the bicuspid & tricuspid
    $300 20
Mom Naomi kept performing as half of this duo for over a year after doctors advised her to quit
    $300 13
In "Airplane" Leslie Nielsen gives this response when told "Surely you can't be serious"
    $300 6
In the early '70s, before "Star Wars" made him a star, he played Kent Murray on "General Hospital"
    $300 30
In "The Flying Nun", Sally Field played this "sister"
    $300 3
The name of this Hershey's candy implies that it's the best, without exception
    DD: $500 25
We're not "deviating" from the category when we say it divides the sides of the heart
    $400 19
This current Dutch queen was a baby when she fled the Netherlands with her mother during WWII
    $400 14
It completes the exchange: "My dog has no nose." "Then how does he smell?"
    $400 7
Kyra Sedgwick knows this actor, her husband, used to play Tim on "The Guiding Light"
    $400 29
In January 1997 Steve Fossett stayed aloft in one for over 6 days, but failed to fly it around the world
    $400 9
This 1965 war drama was Frank Sinatra's directorial debut
    $500 26
You have a superior one of these veins, as well as an inferior one
    $500 21
In 1986 she & her mother Nusrat were formally elected co-Chairwomen of the Pakistani People's Party
    $500 15
It explains why music played backwards is coming from Beethoven's grave
    $500 8
Once Capt. Dietrich on "The Rat Patrol", Eric Braeden now plays Victor on this soap, seen here
    $500 28
This company's airship "The Eagle" appears on the city seal of Carson, California, where it's based
    $500 10
An eclectic record label, or a word for a person or thing without equal

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

Boze Paul Bridget
$500 $3,100 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Boze Paul Bridget
$300 $4,100 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Expressions that have, seemingly, contradictory words. Jumbo shrimp is a perfect example.)
    $200 11
In 1861 George B. McClellan became the first to take the helm of this army, called "Mr. Lincoln's Army"
    $200 5
Gary decided to write a novel after getting a story published in this literary magazine named for an ocean
    $200 17
A Shoshone, she helped Lewis & Clark as both peacemaker & interpreter
    $200 6
In this 1994 film Winona Ryder's Jo thinks Eric's Mr. Brooke is "dull as powder"
    $200 27
"Roachtown" & "Sandwich" are in this state, also home to "Skokie"
    $200 22
They're units in the Armed Services which engage in spying; some call the term an oxymoron
    $400 12
The inmates' official daily rations at this Georgia prison were 1/4 lb. of meal and 1/3 lb. of bacon or beef
    $400 4
Gary wanted to use "War and Peace" as his title, but this author beat him to it
    DD: $2,000 18
In 1979 he became the first Israeli Prime Minister to sign a peace treaty with an Arab country
    $400 7
Eric played Cher's disfigured son in this film
    $400 28
If you think about it, "okay" is obviously in this state
    $400 23
Before Joan Rivers left for her own show, she held this oxymoronic post for Johnny Carson
    $600 13
After capturing Atlanta in September of 1864, he told its mayor, "War is cruelty and you cannot refine it"
    DD: $1,000 1
Gary uses this word from the Greek for "first actor" to describe Chris, the hero of his novel
    $600 19
At his 1969 inaugural he said, "The greatest honor history can bestow is the title of peacemaker"
    $600 8
She played Eric Stoltz' girlfriend in "The Waterdance", & he played her old boyfriend on "Mad About You"
    $600 16
You can eke out a living in "Eek" in this final frontier state
    $600 24
The other category title on this board that fits this category
    $800 14
The Battle of Little Round Top was one of the bloody skirmishes in this 3-day battle in July 1863
    $800 2
This synonym for pride is used for the "press" that made Gary pay to publish his novel
    $800 20
For his determined Central American peace efforts, this Costa Rican won the 1987 Nobel Peace Prize
    $800 9
Eric made his film debut in this 1982 film that was Amy Heckerling's directorial debut
    $800 25
Juliet said that "parting" from Romeo was this oxymoron
    $1000 15
Named for the ink color used, this currency was issued in 1862 & helped pay the North's war costs
    $1000 3
For this cover photo, Gary grew a goatee to look more like this author, seen here:
    $1000 21
This North Vietnamese diplomat turned down the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize for negotiating a cease-fire
    $1000 10
There was a lot of buzz when Eric starred in the 1989 sequel to this 1986 Jeff Goldblum film
    $1000 26
In 1965, Ringo Starr sang that "They're gonna put me in the movies" in a hit with this oxymoronic title

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Boze Paul Bridget
$3,500 $5,100 $9,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Artist who released the 1991 double album "Who'll Buy My Memories: The I.R.S. Tapes"

Final scores:

Boze Paul Bridget
$6,900 $9,800 $10,201
3rd place: Nordictrack Ellipse exercise machine 2nd place: A trip for 2 to Los Angeles & day passes to Universal Studios New champion: $10,201

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Boze Paul Bridget
$3,600 $5,100 $8,000
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
4 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $16,700

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