Show #3515 - Friday, December 10, 1999

Darlene Lieblich game 1.


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Darlene Lieblich, a television executive from Van Nuys, California

Mike Bartley, a social studies teacher originally from New Berlin, Wisconsin

Clif Bailey, a peace officer and firefighter from Euless, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,585)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A little play on words.)
    $100 13
Elements in the periodic table are arranged according to this number
    $100 1
Pauline Kael said the only amusing character in this 1968 film was HAL
    $100 7
Secret destination of a Japanese strike force that set out from the Kuril Islands November 26, 1941
    $100 21
He called for his fiddlers three to help him compose "Night and Day"
    $100 2
He's starred in 2 "Good" movies: "Good Morning, Vietnam" & "Good Will Hunting"
    $100 18
England set up its National Health Service in 1948 to provide people coverage from "The cradle to" this
    $200 14
It's the lightest of the noble gases
    $200 3
Kubrick's 13th & final feature film, it stars Tom Cruise & Nicole Kidman
    $200 8
This term for bursting antiaircraft shells came from the German flugabwehrkanone
    $200 24
"Spin City" star who knows "the truth is out there"
    $200 9
That old gang of his included Will, John & Tuck
    $200 19
Game seen here:
(played with string between two hands)
    $300 15
In 1860 this German known for his "burner" co-discovered cesium
    $300 4
Characters in this 1964 film include Col. Bat Guano & Gen. Jack D. Ripper
    $300 10
Of 2, 5 or 10 million men, total drafted by the U.S. during the war
    $300 25
"North By Northwest" star who painted "American Gothic"
    $300 20
He's the only Bee Gee who fits the category
    $300 28
This Boston "Hall" is known as "The Cradle of American Liberty"
    $400 16
Element No. 61, it's named for a mythical stealer of fire
    $400 5
Nabokov turned in a script for this film; the question is did Kubrick use it?
    $400 11
After Russia became our "friend", he was referred to in the press as "Uncle Joe"
    $400 26
"Piano Man" who pounded out the folktales of Uncle Remus
    $400 22
This former soap star is married to Sean Penn
    $400 29
In Roman myth this powerful tot killed 2 serpents in his cradle
    $500 17
Co doesn't stand for columbium but rather for this element used mostly in making alloys
    $500 6
"He gives new meaning to the word 'meticulous'", said Jack Nicholson after working on this Kubrick film
    DD: $500 12
This battle of June 1942, soon after the Battle of the Coral Sea, is considered the turning point of the Pacific war
    $500 27
Popular Saint-Exupery character waiting around to become king of England
    $500 23
Medical thriller writer who has given us "Coma" & "Vector"
    $500 30
The "reactionary" toy seen here is known as this scientist's "cradle":

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

Clif Mike Darlene
$1,500 $200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Clif Mike Darlene
$2,400 $2,100 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
The 1998 Olympics have come & gone, but this city still has one of Japan's oldest representations of Buddha
    $200 7
Around 1500 this artist wrote in his notebook "In life beauty perishes, but not in art"
    $200 1
Asturo-Leonese & Aragonese are 2 dialects of this language
    $200 2
She's the former Milwaukee school teacher & world leader seen here:
    $200 14
The company began in 1759 when Arthur Guinness established a brewery in this capital city
    $200 19
Albert Hammond had a No. 5 hit in 1972 with the forecast "It Never Rains" here
    $400 25
Kaohsiung is the major port serving this island of over 20 million people
    $400 8
In "Childe Harold" this poet talks of "the fatal gift of beauty"
    $400 10
This language developed in 4 phases: Ancient, Hellenistic, Byzantine & Modern
    $400 3
All eyes were on this woman when she testified in October of 1991:
    $400 15
At the pub, ask for Guinness in this standard measure, not the equivalent .568 liters
    $400 20
Van Halen in 1984 & Kris Kross in 1992 each had a No. 1 hit with this 1-word title
    $600 26
In the 1940s this North Korean capital was home to forces of the occupying Soviet army
    $600 9
It's the Oscar Wilde novel that includes the line "It is better to be beautiful than to be good"
    $600 11
It's the official language of Barbados
    $600 4
In 1974 this Nobel Prize winner was expelled from his native country:
    $600 16
A black velvet is equal parts Guinness & this bubbly beverage
    $600 21
This song by the Police was Billboard's No. 1 single of 1983
    $800 27
It was China's capital from 1928 until its brutal capture by Japanese forces in 1937
    $800 29
From his 1711 Essay on Criticism: "'Tis not a lip, or eye, we beauty call, but the joint force & full result of all"
    $800 12
It's also called Erse
    $800 5
His first South American regime ended in September of 1955:
    DD: $1,000 17
In the '60s Guinness began marketing this lager named for the musical instrument on its label
    $800 22
Young & old can sing along to UB40's 1993 No. 1 remake of this Elvis song
    $1000 28
Also called Guangzhou, for almost a century it was the only Chinese port open to foreign trade
    $1000 30
Keats line preceding "Its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness"
    DD: $1,000 13
Zulu, Sesotho & Xhosa are among this country's 11 official languages
    $1000 6
This priest won his island's presidency in 1959:
    $1000 18
This dark, hoppy type of beer has been the classic Guinness product for more than 2 centuries
    $1000 23
Jimmy Page has claimed that he, not Dave Davies, played the solo on this, the Kinks' first big U.S. hit

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Clif Mike Darlene
$5,200 $5,700 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This series was set at 165 Eaton Place, 6 floors, basement to attic

Final scores:

Clif Mike Darlene
$200 $999 $8,700
3rd place: Coleman Camping Equipment Package 2nd place: Trip to the Inn of the Anasazi, Santa Fe, New Mexico New champion: $8,700

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Clif Mike Darlene
$6,200 $5,700 $4,400
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
3 W
17 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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Game tape date: 1999-09-14
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