Show #3348 - Wednesday, March 10, 1999


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Greg Sabin, a musician from Sacramento, California

Ellen Kellogg, a research analyst originally from New York City, New York

Dave Hampton, a student from Cambridge, Massachusetts (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 13
No sacraments for Sergei: The Vatican approved excommunication of those spreading this doctrine
    $100 11
The NFL's
    $100 1
On this show, Mr. Roper let Chrissy & Janet have a male roommate because he thought Jack was gay
    $100 26
Children "chain" them; older folks pluck their petals to determine love status
    $100 6
From the Latin for "unrecognizable", to travel this way is to have one's identity concealed or disguised
    $100 18
People of this Zodiac sign represented by a lion can be brave, noble & ferocious
    $200 14
Argentina's new 1949 constitution meant this incumbent president could succeed himself
    $200 12
    $200 2
Johnny Depp & Holly Robinson were undercover officers who fought crime in high schools on this Fox drama
    $200 27
This plant is used as a symbol by Aer Lingus
    $200 7
The initials of computer giant "IBM" stand for this
    $200 22
This "Lion-Hearted" king was born in Oxford in 1157
    $300 15
Ireland became a republic on this post-holiday Monday, the anniversary of the 1916 "Rising"
    $300 19
The NHL's
    $300 3
On this series divorcee Ann Romano lived in an apartment building where Dwayne Schneider was the super
    $300 28
Also called the goora nut, this caffeine-containing seed is popular in the beverage industry
    $300 8
Rod Stewart had a Top 10 hit in 1984 about this kind of foolish, unreasoned passion
    $300 23
More than one lion has been the spokesroarer for this legendary motion picture company
    $400 16
On July 20, 1949 this country signed the final armistice of its 1948 war of independence, with Syria
    DD: $700 20
The WNBA's
    $400 4
Adam Rich & Willie Aames were 2 of the kids on this show set in Sacramento
    $400 29
Vitis vinifera, or its fruit
    $400 9
Illegally obtained evidence is an example of this kind of evidence not allowed in a courtroom
    $400 24
This mythical hero wore the skin of the Nemean lion he had slain
    $500 17
Nathuram Godse was executed in November, almost 2 years after he assassinated this man
    $500 21
The NBA's
    $500 5
As its title suggests, correspondents originally followed a story for 2 days on this news show
    $500 30
This English courtier is credited with introducing Europe to the wonders of Nicotiana rustica
    $500 10
This Korean port was the site of an important invasion by U.N. troops in September 1950
    $500 25
One of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie's titles was the "Conquering Lion of" this tribe

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

Dave Ellen Greg
$300 $1,800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Ellen Greg
$500 $1,700 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
A small part of this California mountain range extends into the Lake Tahoe area of Nevada
    $200 21
    $200 1
Her foreword to the 35th Anniv. edition of "To Kill a Mockingbird" says, "I am still alive, although very quiet"
    $200 4
Burt Lancaster starred as a general plotting to overthrow the U.S. government in "Seven Days in" this month
    $200 16
It can be a fugitive, a criminal or a social nonconformist; Josey Wales was one
    $200 24
If your fleece is "white as snow", you might be tended by this classic nursery rhyme shepherdess
    $400 12
This Utah river named for a river in the Holy Land flows from freshwater Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake
    $400 22
In the U.S. Army:
2nd Lieutenant,
1st Lieutenant,
    $400 2
An accidental gunshot wound when she was 8 left this "Color Purple" author blind in one eye
    $400 5
This pop artist's 1974 film "Dracula" was actually directed by Paul Morrissey
    $400 17
It's another name for the privy, cousin
    $400 27
For many years this award-winning puppeteer left her hand to Lamb Chop
    $600 13
In 1644 Aquidneck Island in Narragansett Bay was officially renamed this
    $600 23
    $600 3
Henry Miller hailed this novel as a female "Tropic of Cancer" when Erica Jong published it in 1973
    $600 6
Ella Fitzgerald played herself in "St. Louis Blues", the film biography of this composer
    $600 18
Popular in Hawaii, it's the type of transport seen here
    $600 28
The lambskin aprons worn by this largest fraternal order represent innocence & purity
    $800 14
Of the states that have counties, it has the fewest: Kent, New Castle & Sussex
    DD: $1,500 25
Edward V,
Richard III,
Henry VII...
    $800 9
Jackie Collins published her first novel the year before this other Jackie published "The Love Machine"
    $800 7
Topol was tops as this Italian astronomer in the 1973 film based on Bertolt Brecht's play
    $800 19
Bret Harte told the story of these "Poker Flat" exiles
    $800 29
This controversial daughter of Winston Churchill has been called "The lamb who strayed from the fold"
    DD: $500 15
The Valley of the Sun is the locale of this state capital
    $1000 26
Pius XI,
Pius XII,
John XXIII...
    $1000 10
Kids who grew up with her "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" now enjoy her adult novels like "Summer Sisters"
    $1000 8
This cartoonist wrote the screenplays for two 1971 films: "Little Murders" & "Carnal Knowledge"
    $1000 20
Like a 1981 Sean Connery sci fi movie, or anything conspicuously unconventional or bizarre
    $1000 30
You'd be like this "Lady" if you were Lord Byron's lover in 1812

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Ellen Greg
$700 $9,000 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1960 musical that contains the line: "Your table is cracking... can you hear the timbers split?"

Final scores:

Dave Ellen Greg
$400 $6,500 $1,999
3rd place: Motorola Tracfone & Air Time New champion: $6,500 2nd place: Trip to Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club, Florida

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dave Ellen Greg
$700 $8,300 $6,700
9 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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