Show #3421 - Monday, June 21, 1999

Terry Currin game 1.


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Terry Currin, a systems analyst from White Lake, Michigan

Sarah Simson, a computer training consultant from Niskayuna, New York

Joe Padavic, an international freight forwarder from Roselle, Illinois (whose 2-day cash winnings total $19,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
He's heard here "Ranting Again"

"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss, except, of course, for the Doc Martens & the purple hair; of course, that's my opinion, I could be wrong."
    $100 6
A person whose reckless behavior puts others in danger is a "loose" one of these
    $100 1
Last name of Canadian-born actress Meg, Jennifer's sister
    $100 22
Before becoming a legend, this star of "The Maltese Falcon" hustled strangers at chess in NYC
    $100 11
Always offer your guests their choice of cream or lemon at the afternoon party named for this beverage
    $100 16
Felonious fire starter
    $200 27
This sitcom star reads his own "Dirty Jokes and Beer", subjects he might have learned about in Cleveland
    $200 7
The word howitzer may go back to the Czech word houfnice, this weapon carried by Dennis the Menace
    $200 2
Most know William Shatner is Canadian, but so is James Doohan, who played this "Star Trek" engineer
    $200 23
In some Asian countries the chess piece we call a bishop shares its name with this desert animal
    $200 12
It's no fish story: Cioppino is a fish stew from this city's Fisherman's Wharf
    $200 17
"I'm sorry"
    $300 28
"Comical" candidate heard here

"I've decided to take a humorous look at my campaign for president of the United States & my subsequent 144 days in office..."
    $300 8
Belgian Noel Godin masterminded a February 1998 hit on Bill Gates with one of these
    $300 3
Joshua Jackson, a star of this Massachusetts-set WB series, is a Vancouver native
    $300 24
In 1997, at the age of 14 years, 2 months, France's Etienne Bacrot became the youngest one of these ever
    $300 13
Beurre Bercy is made with white wine, shallots, diced beef marrow, parsley &, of course, this spread
    $300 18
Extra dry, like a desert
    $400 29
He tells you all about Fern, Wilbur & a certain spider when he reads his own "Charlotte's Web"
    $400 9
Anthony Hopkins said he got so good with this weapon doing "Zorro" he could snap a twig off a tree with it
    $400 4
On screen he's been Studio 54 founder Steve Rubell & would-be world dominator Dr. Evil
    $400 25
As late as the 16th century this special move involving the king was 2 turns, not just 1
    $400 14
This tart, yellowish lime that's native to Florida is the main ingredient in a popular pie
    $400 19
"Delicious" fruit
    $500 10
A key issue of the 1998 attorney general's race in California was the ban on these semi-automatic weapons
    DD: $900 5
It's no longer news that this current "60 Minutes" correspondent hails from north of the border
    $500 26
In the U.S. Chess Open at Columbus, Ohio in 1977, one of these named "Sneaky Pete" played
    $500 15
In Scotland these "colorful" berries are called brambles, & Scots make bramble wine from them
    $500 20
Adjective for the Church of England

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Joe Sarah Terry
$300 $200 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Sarah Terry
$1,900 $2,200 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Of this country, of course!)
(Alex: And finally, our contestants will deal with...)
    $200 26
The Articles were in effect from 1781 until replaced by this 1787 document
    $200 6
Irish actress Roma Downey is downright "heavenly" as Monica on this CBS series
    $200 1
The region of Apulia occupies the "heel" of this peninsula
    $200 11
Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore & Jim Morrison
    $200 16
It's where "bluebirds fly"
    $200 21
Meaning elegant or fancy, it's from the name of a hotel chain
    $400 27
Richard Henry Lee proposed drafting the Articles on June 7 of this year
    $400 7
Before he became TV's "Beaver", he appeared in Hitchcock's film "The Trouble with Harry"
    $400 2
Colombia & Venezuela share the Guajira Peninsula, which juts into this sea
    $400 12
Dalton Trumbo, Ring Lardner, Jr. & 8 other show biz notables
    $400 17
The 2 items that make up the title of James Taylor's first Top 10 hit
    $400 22
It can precede comb, suckle & moon
    $600 28
Under Article XI this present-day country could have joined the confederation just by signing
    $600 8
She won her first Oscar, as Best Supporting Actress of 1979, for playing Joanna Kramer
    DD: $1,000 3
The peninsula at the northwestern edge of this continent has been claimed by England, Chile & Argentina
    $600 13
Aykroyd, Belushi, Curtin, Morris, Chase, Radner & Newman
    $600 18
The Carpenters had "nothing to do but frown", these 2 things "always get me down"
    $600 23
The name of this hooded fur jacket is probably derived from the Russian for "pelt"
    $800 29
The Articles' lack of national taxation is criticized in No. 21 of these essays
    DD: $2,000 9
"Autumn Sonata" was not only this actress' last feature film but her last film in her native language, Swedish
    $800 4
Mention the east side of Australia's Cape York Peninsula & you're "reef"erring to this sea
    $800 14
Bingo, Drooper, Fleegle & Snorky
    $800 19
In this 1970 song Brook Benton sang, "It seems like it's rainin' all over the world"
    $800 24
"The Star-Spangled Banner" ends with this "valiant" word
    $1000 30
The "Rebellion" he led in 1786 showed many that the Articles didn't include a strong enough central government
    $1000 10
In 1978 she played Brooke Shields' mother in 2 different films, "Pretty Baby" & "King of the Gypsies"
    $1000 5
The Ramones sang about this beach in Queens that's on a peninsula of the same name
    $1000 15
To the ancient Greeks: Lachesis, Clotho & Atropos
    $1000 20
Neil Sedaka heard this while "walking hand in hand with the one I love"
    $1000 25
As a verb, it means to add territory to an existing country; as a noun, it's a building added to a larger one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Sarah Terry
$8,700 $2,800 $6,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 3 African countries that are still kingdoms

Final scores:

Joe Sarah Terry
$3,999 $900 $4,699
2nd place: a trip to International House Hotel, New Orleans 3rd place: Motorola Tracfone & 6 months of airtime New champion: $4,699

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Sarah Terry
$8,400 $2,800 $6,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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