Show #3517 - Tuesday, December 14, 1999

Darlene Lieblich game 3.


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Kathleen Victor Wyatt, a translator from Buffalo, New York

Carter Paige, a nonprofit fundraiser from Bethesda, Maryland

Darlene Lieblich, a television executive from Van Nuys, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $13,099)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
It's been said that "All roads lead to" this "Eternal City"
    $100 1
To eat Chinese food like a native, use 2 of these 10 1/2-inch wooden implements
    $100 11
WWII radio propagandist Iva D'Aquino
    $100 16
One Big Mac has 560 of these
    $100 5
Jazz at Lincoln Center is putting on over 400 events in 1999 in honor of his 100th birthday
    $100 6
Assuming that they lost them all, total number of mittens lost by the kittens
    $200 27
Just 12 degrees south of the Equator, this Peruvian capital's temperatures are moderated by the Humboldt Current
    $200 2
The 4 main Chinese types of these strips of dried dough are soup, sauce, stir-fried & shallow-fried
    $200 22
Falsetto ukulele strummer Herbert Khaury
    $200 19
For this lotion mentioned in a Coasters song, think pink
    $200 14
Louisiana politician David Duke was a former grand wizard in this organization
    $200 7
Her rhyme winds up with her playing "Pin the Tail on the Sheep"
    DD: $500 28
Akershus Castle, a tourist site in this capital, sits on a rocky peninsula overlooking a fjord
    $300 4
Some people may have adverse reactions to this Chinese food flavor enhancer that's also called "Mei-Jing"
    $300 23
Astrologer & psychic Michel de Notredame
    $300 20
For smokers, it's a pipe with a curved stem & a large bowl made from a gourd
    $300 15
This Brooklyn Dodger was named to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1980
    $300 8
Little boys are made of frogs & snails & these, eew...
    $400 29
This Latvian capital was founded in 1201 by German crusaders
    $400 12
Reputedly an aphrodisiac, this expensive soup uses dorsal & pectoral portions of its namesake
    $400 25
The New York Mets' William Hayward Wilson
    $400 21
Using one of these instruments, a doctor can see just how thick-headed you are:
    $400 17
Famous U.S. group of museums endowed by the illegitimate son of the Duke of Northumberland
    $400 9
The pig that he stole was actually an animal-shaped, currant-filled pastry
    $500 30
In 1990 it became the capital of a unified Yemen
    $500 13
Meaning "heart's delight", it's a variety of snacks like fried dumplings & steamed buns
    $500 26
TV pitchman Jim Varney
    $500 24
Ca is calcium; Cf is this element
    $500 18
It was Duke-Duke once again with the April 1999 TV movie reunion of this 1960s series
    $500 10
"A man of words and not of" these "is like a garden full of weeds"

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

Darlene Carter Kathleen
$1,100 $700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Darlene Carter Kathleen
$1,900 $1,800 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This striped mammal reportedly can fire 6 shots of its foul spray before having to "resupply"
    $200 27
In Asia this hollow-stemmed plant is grown in a form to prebend it for use in furniture
    $200 2
Ingrid Bergman
    $200 8
A stray bullet ends the life of Eponine in this epic musical (don't "Mis" it!)
    $200 20
Finished around 1000 A.D., "The Pillow Book" of Sei Shonagon is one of this country's literary masterpieces
    $200 13
A child holds this toy by the stick & lets the wind do the spinning
    $400 4
Some members of the genus Aedes of this insect transmit yellow fever
    $400 28
A removable section of a tabletop; when it's hinged, it's a "drop"
    $400 3
Niels Bohr
    $400 9
This "demon barber" had his victims baked into pies (no one could accuse him of good taste)
    $400 21
Circa 1000 Polynesian migrants reach New Zealand where they settle & become this ethnic group
    $400 14
Someone who steps up to the plate for a teammate
    $600 10
The Jacobson's organ at the roof of this legless reptile's mouth is used with its tongue to detect odors
    $600 25
Lacquer & tortoise shell were featured in this style of the 1920s
    DD: $600 5
Jose Marti
    $600 12
Sting starred as the vile Macheath in a 1989 revival of this Weill musical
    DD: $1,900 22
By a vote of its parliament, the Althing, this island country adopts Christianity
    $600 15
This type of frijole may end up refried
    $800 11
This innermost & larger of Mars' 2 moons orbits the planet every 7.65 hours
    $800 26
Jean-Pierre Rampal can tell you it's the term for the shallow channels cut into a column
    $800 6
Daphne DuMaurier
    $800 18
Billy Bigelow kills himself after a botched hold-up in this Rodgers & Hammerstein classic
    $800 23
In retaliation for Viking raids, this "Unready" king of England attacks Norse areas of the Isle of Man
    $800 16
Among dog breeds, this word follows miniature & Doberman
    $1000 30
A magnetic field is measured in units called gauss or this after a real "coil" guy
    $1000 29
He designed furniture for Federal Hall in New York as well as the basic layout of Washington, D.C.
    $1000 7
Jorge Luis Borges
    $1000 19
"Chronicle of A Death Foretold", which begins with a murder, is based on a novel by this Colombian author
    $1000 24
With the crowning of King Boleslaw, this central European nation is recognized as an independent state
    $1000 17
Gilbert & Sullivan's naval vessel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Darlene Carter Kathleen
$7,300 $3,000 $1,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

His bestselling first novel, published in 1846, was set in Polynesia

Final scores:

Darlene Carter Kathleen
$8,599 $2,900 $0
3-day champion: $21,698 2nd place: Princess Cruise between Los Angeles & Vancouver 3rd place: Panasonic Palmcam Digital Camera

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Darlene Carter Kathleen
$7,300 $4,100 $3,300
18 R,
2 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
14 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,700

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Game tape date: 1999-10-26
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