Show #3391 - Monday, May 10, 1999

1999 College Championship semifinal game 1.
From the Rosemont Theatre in Rosemont, Illinois.


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Josh Levy, a senior at the University of Pennsylvania from Bethesda, Maryland

Whitney Owens, a senior at Northwestern University from Overland Park, Kansas

Stephen James, a senior at the University of North Texas from Lewisville, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 20
A cable TV network is named for this state capital, a hotbed of country music
    $100 11
Perhaps to match rival Harvard, this school has a Gutenberg Bible too, at the Beinecke Rare Book Library
    $100 2
Matthew Broderick & 2 friends skip school & roam around Chicago in this 1986 comedy
    $100 28
In German, a kegler is a bowler; a kegel is a pin; & a kegelkugel is this piece of equipment
    $100 30
Estee Lauder's Uncircle is a treatment for dark circles under these
    $100 6
"Good night, good night! (blank) is such sweet sorrow"
    $200 21
At less than 950 feet, Mt. Davidson is the highest point in this "City by the Bay"
    $200 12
In 1988 3 students sued this New Hampshire school for discriminating against them as white conservatives
    $200 5
Sarah Michelle Gellar & Ryan Phillippe star in this 1999 movie, an update of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses"
    $200 27
The International Bowling Museum & Hall of Fame is across the street from Busch Stadium in this Missouri city
    $200 29
Marilyn Monroe said she slept in nothing but this famed Chanel perfume; splash some on
    $200 7
"'Tis better to have loved and (blank) than never to have loved at all"
    $300 22
Paul Revere's house in this capital is the city's only 17th century building downtown
    $300 13
(Hi, I'm Keith Olbermann.) Harvard is the Crimson & the athletic teams of this Ithaca university, my alma mater, are the Big Red
    $300 4
Brendan Fraser, not co-star Alicia Silverstone, was "clueless" in this retro 1999 comedy
    $300 26
An alien named Gazoo helped these 2 cartoon characters slip out for a night of bowling
    $300 9
When asked where this female floral accessory looks best, Miss Manners replied, "In the refrigerator"
    $300 14
"To (blank) is human, to forgive divine"
    $400 23
Nevada's second-largest city, it was named for a Union general killed during the Civil War
    DD: $1,500 18
Its first classes were held in 1747 in the home of the college's president in the town of Elizabeth
    $400 3
(Hi, I'm Thomas Gibson.) I made my feature film debut in 1992's "Far and Away", which starred this married couple
    $400 17
If a kegler has bowled a perfect game in tenpins, he's racked up this many points
    $400 10
Prepare pesto sauce for your date the classic way, with fresh leaves of this herb, a main ingredient
    $400 15
"Cast thy (blank) upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days"
    $500 25
The site of the World's Fair in 1962, it's flanked on the west by Puget Sound & on the east by Lake Washington
    $500 19
In 1998 Vanity Fair proclaimed this university, JFK Jr.'s alma mater, the hottest Ivy League school
    $500 1
Juliette Lewis & Giovanni Ribisi are 2 mentally challenged people who brave the odds & fall in love in this film
    $500 8
In "Kingpin" this actor played Amish bowling prodigy Ishmael Boorg
    $500 24
These foil-wrapped after-dinner chocolate mints have the name of a South American mountain range
    $500 16
"I love thee to the depth and breadth and (blank) my soul can reach"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Stephen Whitney Josh
$700 $700 $2,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Whitney Josh
$1,500 $1,300 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 25
A German-born printer named Louis Prang introduced these holiday cards to the U.S. in 1875
    $200 21
Frank attended the Madison campus of the university of this state for a few semesters, but didn't graduate
    $200 1
Litmus paper turns this color when it makes contact with an acid
    $200 6
A music major at SUNY-Binghamton, he later co-wrote the theme song for his TV series "Mad About You"
    $200 11
It's the home city of the NBA's Rockets
    $200 16
Bad status for a soldier:
    $400 30
At the collapse of this man's empire in 1814, Louis XVIII & the Bourbon dynasty were restored to the French throne
    $400 22
This Asian city's Imperial Hotel survived a 1923 earthquake due to Wright's cantilevered design
    $400 2
A form of calcium carbonate makes up the bulk of this blackboard accessory
    $400 10
This Matt Damon-Ben Affleck movie grew out of a scene Matt wrote for a playwriting class at Harvard
    $400 12
It's a cheesehead's Favre-ite pro football team
    $400 17
Rights defenders:
    $600 29
Sir Fulke Greville, a courtier of this Tudor queen, was later stabbed to death by a servant in 1628
    DD: $800 23
Wright's design for this Manhattan museum features a spiral ramp, realizing his ideal of a continuous space
    $600 3
This reddish metal is a main ingredient of both brass & bronze
    $600 9
Arianna Huffington was president of the debating society at this prestigious British university
    $600 13
The number of pockets on a snooker table
    $600 18
CIO partner:
    $800 27
The "Chung Yung", also known as the "Doctrine of the Mean", is attributed to this sage's grandson Tzu Ssu
    $800 24
Frank Lloyd Wright was the basis for Howard Roark, the uncompromising architect in this Ayn Rand novel
    $800 4
By definition, cytology studies the structure, function & life history of these
    $800 8
Basketball star Lisa Leslie was named the NCAA's Freshman of the Year while playing for this school's Trojans
    $800 14
Vanderbilt University's sports teams share this name with a naval rank
    $800 19
Critters' helper:
    $1000 26
His 1750 farewell sermon was calm but his 1741 "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" sermon had terrified people
    $1000 28
Wright's own homes were named for this mythic 6th century Welsh bard
    DD: $800 5
Alphabetically, it's the last element in the periodic table
    $1000 7
Kathie Lee Gifford sang on Oral Roberts' TV show while studying at his university in this Oklahoma city
    $1000 15
A white 2.5-gram celluloid ball is batted back & forth on a table in this sport
    $1000 20
Nelson Mandela's political party:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Whitney Josh
$300 $4,500 $15,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In October 1998 this country got its 56th govt. since WWII, with its first Communist cabinet ministers in 50 years

Final scores:

Stephen Whitney Josh
$599 $9,000 $16,000
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Whitney Josh
$300 $4,500 $17,300
6 R,
4 W
14 R,
2 W
37 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,100

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