Show #3398 - Wednesday, May 19, 1999

1999-A Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.


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Camryn Manheim, an actress from The Practice

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
The Beatles:
"Yesterday all my troubles seemed..."
    $100 19
To Tarzan, kal was milk & kalo was this source of milk
    $100 12
"Let the Sunshine in"
    $100 2
Jay Silverheels played this pal of the Lone Ranger on film as well as TV
    $100 11
John H. Breck was largely responsible for bringing this liquid into American showers
    $200 15
President Bush:
"Read my lips..."
    $200 28
Did you ever notice that Faye Dunaway & this curmudgeonly "60 Minutes" commentator were both born Jan. 14?
    $200 20
Tarzan despised Dango, this animal, maybe thinking it was laughing at him
    $200 9
"Bali Ha'i"
    $200 3
You should know that she played Batgirl in "Batman & Robin" -- unless you're "Clueless"
    $200 18
Aba-ebi in Japanese, this sushi ingredient must be extremely fresh to be served raw
    $300 16
Your mom:
"Penny wise..."
    $300 27
This jazz queen could have scatted "Happy Birthday" for herself & Al Pacino on their birthday, April 25
    $300 8
"The Music of the Night"
    $300 4
Rent the 1978 film "Silver Bears" & you'll see this "Tonight Show" host playing a mafioso's son
    $300 23
Famous ones have included Telstar, Milstar & Navstar
    $400 17
An advertising slogan:
"Pork the Other..."
    $400 26
Robert Urich & this "Flashdance"r should head to Vegas December 19 for a birthday bash
    $400 22
Tarzan knew someone was at death's door when he saw a group of ska, these birds, circling overhead
    $400 7
"Luck Be a Lady"
    $400 5
The fact that this singing cowboy starred in "Silver Spurs" should "Trigger" your memory
    $400 21
It's someone whose job is carrying your bags at an airport
    $500 24
Helen Reddy:
"I am woman..."
    $500 25
Corbin Bernsen & this "I Will Survive" singer have survived many birthdays on September 7
    $500 10
Tarzan can tell Numa, the male of this cat species, from Sabor, the female, by its thick mane
    $500 6
"Seasons of Love"
    DD: $500 1
This 1985 western starred 2 Kevins: Kline & Costner
    $500 13
A complete sentence needs a predicate & one of these

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

Michael Camryn Richard
$2,100 $0 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Camryn Richard
$3,300 $0 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
"Y.M.C.A." was a big hit for this group that included a biker, a cowboy & a hard hat
    $200 1
"The Jeffersons",
"All in the Family"
    $200 25
It's something called a mouth organ
    $200 16
It's the legal gambling age in Vegas, or a popular card game
    $200 8
It's the first word spoken in the opening title sequence on the original "Star Trek" series
    $200 26
At this 2-word command at the start of a fencing match, raise your sword toward your opponent
    $400 3
A June 23, 1972 tape on which Nixon discussed a Watergate cover-up was called this type of "gun"
    $400 23
Woodrow Wilson,
Dwight D. Eisenhower,
James Garfield
    $400 24
In 1997 the comet Hale-Bopp soared through our skies & this group soared up the charts with "Mmmbop"
    $400 15
You don't have to go to Egypt to see a pyramid, just check out this hotel on the strip
    $400 7
Dang! This actor rode to success as TV's Sam McCloud
    $400 27
If you're known for repartee, you have the type of "wit" named for this narrow-bladed sword
    $600 11
The last names of bestselling authors Arthur & Alex were both pronounced this way
    $600 22
Arizona statehood,
Ohio statehood,
Alaska statehood
    $600 21
A little over 5 feet tall & weighing up to 8,000 pounds, this hoofed mammal spends its days in the water
    $600 13
At the Mirage Hotel, these illusionists appear in what Time magazine has dubbed "The Show of the Century"
    $600 6
Kevin James plays sports-crazed, blue-collar working stiff Doug Heffernan on this "royal" CBS sitcom
    $600 28
An extinct "tiger" got its name from teeth that resembled this fencing sword
    $800 10
"All I ask is" this type of vessel that helped NYC celebrate the Bicentennial "and a star to steer her by"
    DD: $2,000 18
The Rolling Stones,
The Dave Clark Five,
The Beatles
    $800 19
Kanchenjunga, Annapurna I & Nanga Parbat are peaks in this mountain range
    $800 12
In 1997 this gangster's mug appeared on gaming chips celebrating the Flamingo Hilton's 50th anniversary
    DD: $2,000 5
(Hi everybody, I'm Brandy!) In the TV movie "Cinderella", I played Cinderella & this singer played my fairy godmother
    $800 29
The swords the Romans & Vikings used had this quality which could probably work for them or against them
    $1000 9
From the Spanish for "to hinder", one of these hindered U.S. motorists when Arab states imposed it on oil
    $1000 17
Catherine the Great,
Constantine the Great,
Ivan the Great
    $1000 20
'50s TV puppet that's the subject of a 1999 custody battle between the D.I.A. & its owner's heirs
    $1000 14
It's a short trip from New York-New York to Detroit & the home cooking of this music-themed cafe
    $1000 4
Howard Hesseman spun out the tunes as this hip "medical" deejay on "WKRP in Cincinnati"
    $1000 30
The name of this highly curved, highly deadly sword comes from the Persian shamshir

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Michael Camryn Richard
$8,900 $800 $15,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Jan Ullrich, the only German ever to win this event, has been nicknamed "Der Tourminator"

Final scores:

Michael Camryn Richard
$15,400 $1 $12,400
Winner: $15,400 for the Multiple Sclerosis Society 3rd place: $10,000 for the International Rescue Committee 2nd place: $12,400 for City of Hope

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Michael Camryn Richard
$8,900 $800 $13,000
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
4 R,
4 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,700

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