Show #3427 - Tuesday, June 29, 1999

Armed Forces Week game 2.


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Bill Wellman, a Marine Corps intelligence chief originally from Plattsburgh, New York, now stationed at San Diego, California

Karen Smith, an Air Force air traffic controller originally from El Paso, Texas, now stationed at Aviano, Italy

Charles Hurst, a Navy Supply Corps officer originally from Henagar, Alabama, now stationed at Keflavik, Iceland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
On July 8, 1950 he was named commander-in-chief of the United Nations command
    $100 6
This Beatle changed his middle name from Winston to Ono
    $100 18
The Richelieu wing of this Paris art museum houses the apartments of Napoleon III
    $100 1
This mother & daughter duo plan to reunite for a special New Year's Eve 1999 concert in Phoenix
    $100 14
In the spotlight for taping her friend Monica, she described herself as "A suburban mom...a military wife for 20 years"
    $100 10
A big noncom
    $200 3
The Allies recaptured this South Korean capital on September 26, 1950
    $200 7
Scientist Hans Oersted & writer Hans Andersen both had this middle name
    $200 25
Opened in 1993, this Danish capital's Tivoli Museum documents the history of Tivoli Amusement Park
    $200 11
Before sailing off for "Islands in the Stream" with Kenny Rogers, she was "Making Plans" with Porter Wagoner
    $200 15
As both a military & a political wife, she was determined not to look "Dowd"y
    $200 12
They're what a top Southern Civil War general charged for his services
    $300 4
The death of this Soviet premier on March 5, 1953 probably accelerated the end of the conflict
    $300 8
This poet's middle name, Bysshe, didn't make the current Top 10 list of boys' names
    $300 26
This Swiss city's Palais des Nations houses a stamp museum & the League of Nations Museum
    $300 22
In 1987 this legendary singer did a remake of his hit "Crying" as a duet with k.d. lang
    $300 20
This widow of a slain Israeli general & prime minister now speaks out on the need for Middle East peace
    $300 13
Rotating handle to start an armored combat vehicle
    $400 5
These 3 letters define the buffer zone between North & South Korea established along the final battle line
    $400 16
This man, middle-named Percival, persevered & conquered Everest in 1953
    $400 27
A highlight of Berlin's Egyptian Museum is the 3300-year-old bust of this queen
    $400 23
For his version of "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying", Toby Keith enlisted the aid of this former "Policeman"
    $400 21
In 1998 activist Doris Mozley testified on pensions before the House committee on these "Affairs"
    $400 19
Excitement that comes from the exercise of marching in formation
    $500 9
The September 15, 1950 Allied amphibious landing at this South Korean port changed the course of the war
    DD: $1,000 17
The middle name of John Wilkes Booth's father Junius, it was the name of an old Roman assassin
    $500 29
A Prague museum devoted to this composer contains the rooms where he finished "Don Giovanni"
    $500 24
Their love led them to record "It's Your Love" & "Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me"
    $500 28
This actress won an Oscar for playing a sexy & unstable military wife in "Blue Sky"

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

Charles Karen Bill
$600 $1,100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Karen Bill
$2,200 $2,200 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
(Alex: We give the country, you name the language.)
(Alex: Not polish.)
    $200 21
This country's first satellite, launched April 24, 1970, was the Mao I
    $200 6
After this legendary star died in 1962, David Cassidy acquired her pet canary; he named it Marilyn
    $200 1
A 1981 fad was this candy, a favorite of the president
    $200 25
    $200 16
To grill this vegetable, peel back the husk to remove the silk, soak it in water & roast with butter
    $200 11
His first papal trip abroad was to Latin America in January 1979; in June he went home to Poland
    $400 22
Nickname of the lunar module that landed on the moon in the Apollo 11 flight
    $400 7
This actress reportedly avoids taking showers since Norman Bates attacked her in one in 1960
    $400 2
This Yugoslavian leader died May 4, 1980, putting an end to his 27 years as president
    $400 29
    $400 17
Examples of these include "Bull's-Eye" & "K C Masterpiece"
    $400 12
16th century poet Jan Kochanowski studied in Italy & helped bring this artistic rebirth to Poland
    $600 23
In 1981 this first space shuttle became the first U.S. spacecraft to end its mission by landing on terra firma
    $600 8
Robert De Niro accidentally broke Joe Pesci's rib during a fight scene in this 1980 film about Jake La Motta
    $600 3
In 1981 Israel annexed this Syrian territory it had taken in 1967
    DD: $1,300 28
Sao Tome and Principe
    $600 18
5 to 7 minutes on each side is about all it takes to deliciously grill these aquatic crustaceans also known as prawns
    $600 13
Polish-born anti-Communist Zbigniew Brzezinski held the post of this "adviser" in the Carter administration
    $800 24
On December 10, 1993 astronauts successfully repaired this while in orbit
    $800 9
He roughed up Michael Jackson in his "Bad" video before starring in films like "Blade" & "Passenger 57"
    $800 4
In 1984 Bob Geldof's Band Aid raised money for victims of this
    $800 27
    $800 19
A variant of the earlier word "skiver", it's a long metal or wooden pin used to secure food during barbecuing
    $800 14
Bronislaw Malinowski was a leader in the cultural branch of this study, from Greek for "human being"
    $1000 30
In 1966 Venera 3 crash-landed on this planet, thus becoming the first space probe to physically touch another planet
    $1000 10
This hefty president awarded the infant Lloyd Bridges a trophy for being America's fattest baby
    DD: $1,500 5
In 1987 this patriotic boat beat the Kookaburra III to win the America's Cup
    $1000 26
    $1000 20
To get that Texas pit BBQ flavor, use chips of this wood that shares its name with a Dallas suburb
    $1000 15
After helping the Americans win the Battle of Saratoga, he went home to fight for Polish independence

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Charles Karen Bill
$6,400 $500 $10,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Among its sister cities are Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Turin, Italy; & Toyota City, Japan

Final scores:

Charles Karen Bill
$11,799 $600 $12,800
2nd place: Intel Create & Share Camera Pack & Micron Millennium Max Computer 3rd place: Panasonic 13" Color TV & VCR combo & LCD Palmcorder Winner: $12,800; week's big winner has total doubled

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Charles Karen Bill
$6,400 $2,000 $8,800
16 R,
1 W
12 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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