Show #3361 - Monday, March 29, 1999

1999 Celebrity Jeopardy! Sitcom Stars Night.


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Dave Foley, an actor from NewsRadio

Kathy Kinney, an actress from The Drew Carey Show

Wallace Langham, an actor from Veronica's Closet

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You have to tell us what type of liquor.)
    $100 9
The female cockroach has a packing case for these & carries it until she finds a good spot for them
    $100 7
This Sir Arthur Conan Doyle character once remarked "A man's brain originally is like a little empty attic"
    $100 2
As Kojak, this actor loved you, baby
    $100 1
Old Grand-Dad,
Jim Beam,
Wild Turkey
    $100 13
Transportation for kids
    $100 25
Any Scottish one over 3,000' is called a Munro, for the man who made a list of them in 1891
    $200 15
Of its nose, tongue or feet, it's where a fly has its "taste buds"
    $200 8
Examples of these pains in the brain include the cluster & tension varieties
    $200 3
Darrin Stephens was the flabbergasted husband on this magical sitcom
    $200 20
    $200 14
From a Persian word for "snake-eater", a markhor is a wild type of this bearded ruminant
    $300 17
When handled, these jumpers spit a brown liquid some call "tobacco juice"
    $300 10
It does "matter" that you give us this colorful slang term for the brain
    $300 4
In the "Star Trek" episode "Amok Time" this character wants to return to his home planet to mate
    $300 21
    $300 16
This 1965 record was Shirley Bassey's biggest hit in the U.S.
    DD: $500 18
These long-snouted pests may attack shrubs & berries, but the boll type concentrates on cotton
    $400 11
It's not cloudbursts in the skull, but shared problem solving in which everyone contributes ideas
    $400 5
Harvard-educated surgeon Charles Winchester replaced Major Frank Burns on this show
    $400 22
Captain Morgan,
    $400 24
A word for mining haphazardly in irregular holes comes from the name of this burrowing rodent
    $500 19
The chigoe, or chigger, is also known as the sand type of this pest
    $500 12
It's the name for the brain-wasting cattle infection that crippled the British beef industry in 1996
    $500 6
The Brady Bunch had a cat named Fluffy & a dog named this
    $500 23
Two Fingers,
Jose Cuervo
    $500 26
Biblical name shared by the oldest son of Japheth & a TV Marine

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

Wallace Kathy Dave
$200 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Wallace Kathy Dave
$2,200 $2,100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Tell us what type of animal.)
(Alex: Or will one of those Daily Doubles appear in...)
    $200 26
The flag of this international organization is based on the Swiss flag
    $200 13
Act I of this 1997 "Best Musical" features an opening sequence titled "The Launching"
    $200 12
She played Erica's cellmate on "All My Children" before she won an Oscar for "Misery"
    $200 4
    $200 1
If you go swimming, wear the waterproof type of this lash enhancer so you don't get "raccoon eyes"
    $200 11
Muy caliente! This Spanish superstar has sung successful duets with Stevie Wonder & Willie Nelson
    $400 27
On June 12, 1897 Karl Elsener officially registered this multipurpose pocket tool
    $400 18
"Big River", featuring such characters as the Widow Douglas & Tom Sawyer, is based on this book
    $400 14
This "Suddenly Susan" co-star appeared on film in "The Cable Guy" & "Pulp Fiction"
    $400 5
Mighty Joe Young
    $400 2
French for "red", L'Oreal makes a "Virtuale" version of it
    $400 22
Gelato is the Italian word for this treat
    $600 28
If you're into this Swiss product you may want to "hole" up in the town of Gruyeres
    DD: $2,000 19
In an Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice show, it's the other title word describing Joseph's amazing dreamcoat
    $600 15
As Olive on "Veronica's Closet", she finds that life isn't the pits
    $600 8
Black Beauty
    $600 3
Estee Lauder suggests putting this on top of your foundation twice: with a cotton ball & a big, fluffy brush
    $600 23
In criminal law, it's defined as an individual's inability to distinguish right from wrong
    $800 29
This geographic extreme for Switzerland is 636 feet above sea level at Lake Maggiore
    $800 20
This Sondheim tune begins, "Something familiar, something peculiar, something for everyone, a..."
    $800 16
This supermodel's official website features shopping tips, a book corner & a "Get in Touch with Kathy" section
    $800 9
    $800 6
This makeup maven has the same name as Whitney Houston's husband, but she spells it differently
    $800 24
We Canadians know this U.S. government branch is abbreviated I.N.S.
    $1000 30
You'd have to have your head examined to check into the C.G. Jung Institute of this largest Swiss city
    $1000 21
1959 musical that introduced the song "Everything's Coming Up Roses"
    DD: $2,000 17
Lauren Chapin played Kathy, also known as "Kitten", on this classic sitcom
    $1000 10
    $1000 7
Gash & acid rain are popular hues of Urban Decay makeup, whose ads have asked, "Does" this pastel color "make you puke?"
    $1000 25
This ancient Greek epic poem attributed to Homer describes the siege of Troy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Wallace Kathy Dave
$8,400 $6,100 $2,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

A traveling exhibit honoring the 200th anniversary of his death features his false teeth

Final scores:

Wallace Kathy Dave
$16,800 $12,100 $0
Winner: $16,800 for the Greenpeace Fund 2nd place: $12,100 for Project Angel Food 3rd place: $10,000 for "Shane's Inspiration"

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Coryat scores:

Wallace Kathy Dave
$6,900 $6,100 $4,300
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
16 R,
1 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,300

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