Show #3496 - Monday, November 15, 1999

1999-B Celebrity Jeopardy! game 1.
From the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York City.


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Carol Burnett, from the Broadway revue Putting It Together

Noah Wyle, from ER

Rosie O'Donnell, from The Rosie O'Donnell Show

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you a term, you ID the sport.)
    $100 8
A 1941 song asked, "I like New York in" this month, "how about you?"
    $100 19
"Breakfast at Wimbledon"
    $100 11
Your quest is to name this musical, not an "Impossible Dream"
    $100 20
It can be a female hare as well as a female deer
    DD: $1,000 9
In "I Am...I Said", he sang, "I'm New York City born and raised"
    $200 7
"Super Sunday"
    $200 10
"There's No Business Like" this show
    $200 18
From the Latin for "I", it's the self, distinct from others; hope you don't have a big one
    $300 14
Simon & Garfunkel's "59th Street Bridge Song" is also known as this
    $300 4
"The Masters at Augusta"
    $300 6
"Madame Butterfly" is the basis for this musical
    $300 17
A short written version of your life
    $400 13
"Come and meet those dancing feet on the avenue I'm taking you to..." this one
    $400 22
You'll cross over this bay when taking the Sunshine Skyway Bridge to St. Petersburg, Florida
    $400 3
"The Boys of Summer"
    $400 5
A No. 1 song by Falco was influenced by this play about Mozart
    $400 16
It can be the fluffy fashion accessory seen here or the animal seen here
    $500 12
They're the first 4 words of the "Theme from 'New York, New York'"
    $500 21
One of the world's longest railroad bridges, the Huey P. Long Bridge, is found in Metairie in this U.S. state
    $500 2
"March Madness"
    $500 1
No horsing around, it won the 1975 Tony for Best Play
    $500 15
It can mean to find fault repeatedly, or an old, worn-out horse

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Rosie Noah Carol
$1,000 $1,000 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rosie Noah Carol
$900 $1,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And we know you've all read it!)
(Rosie: That's me!)
(Alex: And we want you to give the English meaning of some...)
    $200 11
Former Tony nominee Cathy Rigby wowed the audience in 1999 with a high-flying number from this musical
    $400 15
The transit system called the EL, which was short for this, was largely demolished in the 1940s
    DD: $600 8
(Jane Bodle sings part of a song from "Les Miserables") The Tony-winning musical "Les Miserables" is set mainly in this city
    $400 21
Messalina, empress of this, messed around so much her husband Claudius had her executed
    $400 10
    $600 14
This newspaper that had a square named for it merged with the Tribune in 1924
    $600 7
Hot Dog! Roger Bart won for playing this role in "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown"
    $600 17
The Everleigh sisters (not to be confused with the Everly Brothers) ran the fanciest bordello in this Illinois city
    $600 19
Type of display displayed here
    $600 9
Mano a mano
    $800 13
(Hi, I'm Vanna White at the Empire State Building) The previous building that stood here was this hyphenated hotel
    $800 5
He wasn't the "low man" on the totem pole: he won for playing Willy Loman in 1999
    $800 16
Upset by her public image, this partner of Clyde said she wanted folks to know she didn't really smoke cigars
    $800 18
This brand of bottled water from the Olancha Peak calls itself "Natural Alpine Spring Water"
    $800 4
La dolce vita
    $1000 12
This Broadway hangout with delicious cheesecake was named for proprietor Leo Lindemann
    $1000 1
This British actress followed up her "Shakespeare in Love" Oscar win with a Tony for "Amy's View"
    $1000 20
As you probably read it in the original Russian, you know the title is "Voina I" this, like the space station
    $1000 2
She dumped her husband around 1902 & embarked on a life of lustful liaisons, nearly-nude dancing & spying
    $1000 6
Crystal deposits in the joints can cause gout or pseudogout, a type of this inflammatory condition
    $1000 3
Requiescat in pace (on a tombstone)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rosie Noah Carol
$1,100 $2,800 $8,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On a Feb. 1995 shuttle mission, pilot Eileen Collins took along a scarf that had belonged to this woman

Final scores:

Rosie Noah Carol
$0 $0 $9,600
3rd place: $10,000 for CHARLEE (Children Have All Rights Legal, Emotional & Educational) Foundation of Miami 2nd place: $10,000 for Habitat for Humanity & Best Friends animal shelter reserve Winner: $15,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Rosie Noah Carol
$1,100 $3,800 $8,400
9 R,
4 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $13,300

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Game tape date: 1999-10-08
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