Show #3424 - Thursday, June 24, 1999

Terry Currin game 4.


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Karin Travers, an HIV research scientist from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Kevin Fielder, a high school teacher from Long Beach, California

Terry Currin, a systems analyst from White Lake, Michigan (whose 3-day cash winnings total $24,099)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each response will be a letter of the alphabet.)
(Alex: A reference to Aaron Spelling, of course.)
    $100 6
You'll find the eye-catching formation known as the Phallic Rock on the island of Molokai in this state
    $100 1
The body has over 600 of these, including extensors & flexors
    $100 21
In April this U.S. figure dropped to a 28-year low of 4.3%, leaving the devil without many idle hands
    $100 11
Something that's appropriate might "suit you to" this letter
    $100 14
A spell to get rid of illness consists of this familiar magical word, written in an inverted triangle
    $100 24
Tori Spelling,
Shannen Doherty,
Jason Priestley
    $200 7
Escape from Pompeii is a volcanic thrill ride at this Anheuser-Busch theme park in Williamsburg, VA.
    $200 2
They can take 6 months to grow from base to tip, or from cuticle to what you chew
    $200 22
This goofy comedy with Cameron Diaz in the title role was a big summertime hit
    $200 12
Dorothy Parker snidely wrote that Katharine Hepburn ran the gamut of emotions from A to this
    $200 17
Incantations & amulets ward off misfortune caused by this lingering look of a stranger
    $200 25
Andrew Shue,
Thomas Calabro,
Heather Locklear
    $300 8
The Enchanted Circle is a scenic drive in this state, the "Land of Enchantment"
    $300 3
Of a natural blonde, brunette or redhead, the one who has the most hair per square inch
    $300 23
With over $500 million in perks, the Big Apple kept this "Big Board" from moving to Jersey
    $300 13
Letter that's also the name of the mass transit system seen here
(in Chicago)
    $300 18
William Peter Blatty based this 1971 novel partly on a reported case of a child's demonic possession
    $300 26
Catherine Hicks,
Jessica Biel,
Stephen Collins
    $400 9
You may see bats & woodrats in the Lewis & Clark Caverns near Bozeman in this state
    $400 4
The smallest human cell is this cell originating only in the male
    $400 29
In 1998 it became a landing "strip" when the Palestinians opened their first airport there
    $400 15
In chess notation K stands for the king, so the knight has this symbol
    $400 19
In "A Midsummer Night's Dream", this imp turns Bottom's head into that of an ass
    $400 27
John Forsythe,
Heather Locklear,
Joan Collins
    $500 10
The Hotter 'N Hell Hundred Bicycle Ride is a summer event in this state's Wichita Falls
    $500 5
The talus bone meets these 2 leg bones at the ankle joint
    $500 30
Bill Clinton's private secretary, she testified before a grand jury January 27
    DD: $800 16
It's a Burmese title of respect, seen in the name of a 1960s U.N. secretary-general
    $500 20
The solar wheels seen here are examples of these signs on Pennsylvania Dutch barns to insure abundance
    $500 28
John Forsythe,
David Doyle,
Kate Jackson

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

Terry Kevin Karin
$1,600 $1,100 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Kevin Karin
$4,500 $1,900 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Tough, also!)
    $200 20
In this 1954 case the court declared that "The doctrine of 'separate but equal' has no place"
    $200 6
She choreographed the Jacksons' "Torture" video before becoming a singing star herself
    $200 1
Pavel Cherenkov & Christian Doppler have these named after them; we don't know if they're "special"
    $200 2
"On top of" this "all covered in snow, I lost my true lover"
    $200 26
Tamar, whose name means the date type of this tree, "dated" 2 of Judah's sons & then Judah himself
    $200 12
It's any secluded road sought out by the amorously inclined -- perhaps for amorous reclining
    $400 21
He's the only justice appointed by Nixon now on the court
    $400 7
It's a "canine" antonym of front-runner, as well as a cartoon canine
    $400 17
This measurement is the mass of a substance per unit volume, or the number of people per unit of area
    $400 3
He composed "Old Dog Tray" as well as "My Old Kentucky Home"
    $400 27
"There was not found an help meet" for him until God played Jim Lange & provided one
    $400 13
These small parrots of the genus Agapornis are known for their affection for each other
    $600 23
This 20th C. Democrat is the only full term president to make no appointments to the Supreme Court
    $600 8
This 7-letter adjective that means crassly obvious may come from blatire, Latin for "to babble"
    $600 18
An object lying on a table has this type of energy that it can "live up to" if pushed off
    $600 4
"She ain't what she used to be many long years ago"
    $600 28
Abigail married this great king of Israel after pleading with him not to harm her husband
    $600 14
The tomato was once known as this -- how romantic!
    DD: $1,200 24
His middle initial O. stood for Orville
    $800 10
This great Flemish artist painted his young wife Helene in a fur cloak around 1639
    $800 19
Newton laid the basis of this, the study of objects influenced by forces; the "thermo" type came later
    $800 5
"Give me" this, because "it's good enough for me"
    $800 29
Fearing he'd be killed by jealous men, Abraham falsely said he was this woman's brother
    $800 15
In "My Fair Lady" Eliza Doolittle sings the plaintive tune "Wouldn't It Be" this
    $1000 25
This future Supreme Court justice wrote 5 of the essays of "The Federalist"
    $1000 11
Walter M. Miller's sci-fi novel "A Canticle for" this person has been called his masterpiece
    $1000 22
Collisions demonstrate the law of conservation of this, the product of mass & velocity
    $1000 9
"Go tell" this woman that "the old gray goose is dead"
    DD: $1,100 30
Jacob served 7 years to win the 'beautiful" Rachel, but had to take this "tender-eyed" sister first
    $1000 16
Choice that is the title of the 1955 Doris Day film about singer Ruth Etting

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Kevin Karin
$11,100 $2,500 $100
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Alright, we all go to the movies, don't we?)
The young John Webster, who grew up to write "The Duchess of Malfi", is a character in this 1998 film

Final scores:

Terry Kevin Karin
$10,100 $300 $100
4-day champion: $34,199 2nd place: Trip to St. James's Club, Antigua 3rd place: Ducane Par-T-Grill

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Terry Kevin Karin
$10,800 $2,500 $2,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
10 R,
3 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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