Show #3407 - Tuesday, June 1, 1999


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Chris Culver, a stay-at-home dad from Scottsdale, Arizona

Susan Tull, a college instructor from Norfolk, Virginia

Frank Stokes, a financial analyst originally from Heber Springs, Arkansas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

"WHIP"s & "CHAIN"s
    $100 1
Though it's home to Disneyland, this California city is sister to Mito, near Tokyo, Japan
    $100 11
    $100 5
Merle Miller's 1980 book "Lyndon" is "An Oral Biography" of this man
    $100 21
An unemployed soldier, 1821:
    $100 16
He not only starred on "Charles in Charge", he was often in charge as the show's director
    $100 26
It's a series of positions in which each one has direct authority over the one immediately below
    $200 2
Fort Lauderdale linked up with Medellin; Miami linked with this capital of Colombia
    $200 12
shift key
    $200 6
A 1991 book about this actor, JFK's brother-in-law, is subtitled "The Man Who Kept the Secrets"
    $200 22
A pilot, 1937:
"Gas is running low...we are flying at 1,000 feet..."
    $200 17
Appropriate name of the animated girl on "Pee-Wee's Playhouse" who had copper coins for eyes
    $200 27
It's Nevada Democrat Harry Reid's position in the Senate
    $300 3
These sister university cities in England & Massachusetts share a name
    $300 13
coarse teeth,
fine teeth
    $300 7
Louis Harlan's biography of this Tuskegee educator won a 1984 Pulitzer Prize
    $300 23
A social leader, 1965:
"Let's cool it, brothers!"
    $300 18
Ian Fleming came up with the name Napoleon Solo, Robert Vaughn's character on this series
    $300 28
This North American bird is named for its odd call, which it may repeat several hundred times without stopping
    $400 4
This Moroccan city is a sister to Chicago; it might be the beginning of a beautiful friendship, Louis
    $400 14
Cutting blade,
release knob,
magnetic lid lifter
    $400 8
The tables were turned on this biographer when she became the subject of the unauthorized book "Poison Pen"
    $400 24
A monarch, 1603:
"All my possessions for a moment of time"
    $400 19
One of Tallulah Bankhead's last roles was as this "Batman" villainess named for a spider
    $400 29
Tool preferred by Leatherface in a 1974 horror classic
    $500 10
This Tibetan town is sister to Boulder, Colorado
    $500 15
    DD: $500 9
"The Man Who Presumed" tells the story of this explorer
    $500 25
A poet, 1953:
"I've had 18 straight whiskies, I think that's the record"
    $500 20
Dwayne Hickman's brother Darryl sometimes appeared as this character's brother Davey
    $500 30
"A Sandwich Just Isn't A Sandwich Without" the "tangy zip" of this Kraft salad dressing

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

Frank Susan Chris
$1,200 $0 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Susan Chris
$1,600 $600 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Orders Skyrocket as Viagra Goes on the Market!
    $200 26
In 1998 Claire Forlani got to "meet" this title character played by Brad Pitt
    $200 20
The one thrown by men in track & field is metal-tipped & over 8 feet in length
    $200 1
Squeeze these radiator attachments & replace them if they're going soft on you
    $200 14
The Dutch started this country's tea industry on the island of Java
    $200 8
The initial phase of this large barrier along the frontier was completed around 204 B.C.
    $400 3
U.S. Abandons Saigon, Vietnam War Ends!
    $400 27
Not yet 25, this star of "Titanic" is a 2-time Oscar nominee
    $400 21
Although from French for "morning", it now refers to a performance in the afternoon
    $400 7
The one used to check power steering fluid is shorter than the one used to check engine oil
    $400 15
Over 90% of the tea grown in this country, once Ceylon, is exported
    $400 9
One of her last books was 1972's "China Past and Present"
    $600 4
Operation "Desert Storm" Begins; Iraq Invaded!
    $600 28
Helena Bonham Carter used a Yank accent to play this man's wife in "Mighty Aphrodite"
    $600 22
This front side of a coin features the portrait; Jefferson on a nickel, for example
    $600 12
Like a comedian, a car owner may need to "adjust" this, perhaps by advancing the spark
    $600 16
"The Flame Trees of Thika" told you about the coffee production of this country, a top tea producer
    $600 10
The ceding of Hong Kong to Great Britain was one result of 2 wars named for this substance
    $800 5
Mondale Nominated for U.S. President!
    DD: $1,000 29
In the late '70s she starred as Fontaine Khaled in "The Stud", based on a novel by her sister
    $800 23
From the Greek for "staff", it's a rod held by a sovereign as an emblem of power or authority
    $800 18
Also the name of a comic strip, it makes the pistons' up-&-down motion circular
    $800 17
This South American country produced 55,000 tons in 1997; tea there is "like silver"
    $800 11
Its principal tributaries include the Jialing, the Min & the Yalong
    $1000 6
Queen Victoria Shuffles Off This Mortal Coil!
    $1000 24
It's a member of an ethnic group native to the Philippines, or the language on which Pilipino is based
    $1000 19
Throttle-body & multiport are the 2 main types of this system of delivering gas to the engine
    DD: $1,000 25
The world's greatest tea producing country, by far, is this one, not China
    $1000 13
This man led the 1911 revolutionary movement dedicated to establishing democracy in China

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Susan Chris
$6,000 $600 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Ted Hughes wrote that it's where a child can sit "with the genius of the Earth"

Final scores:

Frank Susan Chris
$8,301 $1,200 $4,300
2-day champion: $18,102 3rd place: a Samsung 28" stereo TV 2nd place: a trip to St. James's Club, Antigua

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Frank Susan Chris
$6,500 $600 $8,100
21 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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