Show #2929 - Thursday, May 1, 1997

1997 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 4.

Law & Order theme music used during the opening.

(Johnny Gilbert: Now entering the studio are today's celebrity guests. From Law & Order, assistant D.A.'s Jack McCoy and Jamie Ross, and detective Rey Curtis...)


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Benjamin Bratt, an actor from Law & Order

Carey Lowell, an actress from Law & Order

Sam Waterston, an actor from Law & Order

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 5
Many women were smitten with him when he played Victor Sifuentes on "L.A. Law"
    $100 8
Galveston, Texas & Sarasota, Florida lie on this famous gulf
    $100 11
Symbolically, a person who starts out poor & becomes wealthy goes "from" these "to riches"
    $100 2
She's the sovereign of Bermuda, Belize & Canada
    $100 1
It's the 7-letter term for any decision reached by a jury
    $100 3
He's first in order of succession to the British throne
    $200 6
Not all TV lawyers do nude scenes, but this Hemingway did on the "Grin and Bare It" episode of "Civil Wars"
    $200 9
NYC's Brooklyn Bridge spans the East River between Brooklyn & this island borough
    $200 12
When someone starts to get riled, he's told to "keep" this garment "on"
    $200 27
In December 1996 Kofi Annan of Ghana was elected secretary-general of this organization
    $200 19
Number of the Constitutional amendment that states you can't be forced to be a witness against yourself
    $200 4
In batting order, this number is the "cleanup" position
    $300 7
He played sleazy lawyer Marty Lang on the 1985 sitcom "Sara", & he's still "Politically Incorrect"
    $300 10
Name shared by Chicago's Great Lake & one of Chicago's major avenues
    $300 13
When you avoid a topic by going around the edge of it, you do this to "the issue"
    $300 28
Now serving as president, this world leader spent 27 years in South African jails
    $300 20
This legal term for murder may be "justifiable" or "excusable" when in self defense
    $300 18
It's the third in order of the "Star Wars" movies
    $400 25
He played E.G. Marshall's lawyer son on "The Defenders" before he played dad to "The Brady Bunch"
    $400 14
In area, this New England state roughly equals Vermont, N.H., Connecticut & Massachusetts combined
    $400 15
Murderous phrase for someone who's all dolled up
    $400 29
This "Paramount Leader" of China died February 19, 1997 at age 92
    $400 21
It's the document that goes through probate
    $400 22
In order of admission to the union, this state is last
    DD: $800 26
This fictional lawyer, whose theme is heard here, won his first case on TV Sept. 21, 1957:
    $500 16
Jefferson City is Missouri's capital & this "City" where the Royals play is Missouri's largest
    $500 17
People who are closely associated for nefarious reasons are said to be "hand in" this
    $500 30
This German chancellor led West Germany before unification in 1990
    $500 24
It's the fee clients pay in advance to an attorney to act on their behalf
    $500 23
A USDA inspector uses this grading level for meat between select & prime

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Sam Carey Ben
$700 $1,100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Carey Ben
$3,200 $1,300 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Cathedral in the title of Victor Hugo's novel about Quasimodo
    $200 3
In May 1486, he was received by Queen Isabella, to whom he explained his plan to sail west to Asia
    $200 12
Varieties of this citrus fruit include the blood, Jaffa & Valencia
    $200 1
12 years after "Diamonds Are Forever", he was back as Bond in 1983's "Never Say Never Again"
    $200 22
America's first of these opened in 1652 to make coins for the Massachusetts Bay colony
    $200 8
Tosca leaps to her death from the parapet of the Castel Sant'Angelo in this Italian capital
    $400 18
A house in the title of an 1851 Nathaniel Hawthorne novel featured 7 of these structures
    $400 4
In 1830 this country declared itself independent from the Netherlands with Brussels as its capital
    $400 13
The Jose Cuervo brand of this liquor dates back to 1758
    $400 2
This author used some of his plots for a proposed late '50s Bond TV series in his book "For Your Eyes Only"
    $400 23
A fin is slang for this bill
    $400 27
The hero of "Fra Gherardo" is charged with heresy & executed this way, like Joan of Arc
    $600 19
In an H.G. Wells novel, a man uses this title object to spend 8 days in the future
    $600 5
Thomas Paine's "The Rights of Man" is a defense of this European country's 1789 revolution
    $600 14
This rather large steak contains both the T-bone & part of the tenderloin
    $600 9
1 of the 2 women in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" who were also TV "Avenger"s
    $600 24
In 1971 President Nixon ended the convertibility of U.S. currency into this metal
    $600 28
In a Bizet opera, this fickle femme fatale is stabbed outside a bull ring, & that's no bull
    $800 20
Whitney Otto's "How to Make an American" one of these includes sewing tips
    $800 6
In order to kill this "Mad Monk", Russian conservatives had to poison, shoot & drown him
    $800 15
In 1992 Coors introduced zomething new & different, this clear malt beverage
    DD: $1,000 10
1 of the 3 villains to have their name in a film title
    $800 25
Some banks now have ALMs to let you get one of these for a car 24 hours a day
    $800 29
Distraught that Lt. Pinkerton abandoned her, this Puccini heroine commits hara-kiri
    $1000 21
According to the title of an E.M. Forster novel, Lucy Honeychurch wants this from a hotel in Italy
    DD: $1,000 7
In 1939 Poland was divided almost equally between Germany & this country
    $1000 16
Indonesia is famous for this variety of coffee that's often blended with mocha
    $1000 11
In his first appearance as Bond in "Live and Let Die", he took on Mr. Big
    $1000 26
When he left Disney after just over a year as president, his severance was reportedly over $50 million
    $1000 30
In a Donizetti opera, this vengeful female Borgia treats a roomful of dinner guests to poisoned wine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sam Carey Ben
$9,400 $6,100 $4,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Playwright who penned the famous line, "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers"

Final scores:

Sam Carey Ben
$18,800 $200 $9,200
Winner: $23,800 for Refugees International 3rd place: $10,000 for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation 2nd place: $10,000 for the American Indian Friendship House of San Francisco

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sam Carey Ben
$9,400 $5,900 $4,300
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,600

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