Show #2573 - Wednesday, November 8, 1995

1995 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.


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Charles Shaughnessy, an actor from The Nanny

Shawntel Smith, a Miss America from Muldrow, Oklahoma

Noah Wyle, an actor from ER

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Frances Hodgson Burnett planted "The Secret Garden" in 1911 & has this "Little Lord" grow up in 1886
    $100 10
Recipes for a Cuban cocktail call for the Puerto Rican, Jamaican or Cuban type of this
    $100 1
"A boy's best friend is his mother" is a line from this 1960 Anthony Perkins movie
    $100 8
His brother Pierre Lafitte disposed of the booty his band of pirates plundered
    $100 16
Michael, Jackie, Tito, Marlon & Jermaine
    $100 13
He made his debut in 1935's "I Haven't Got a Hat" & is famous for the line "That's all folks"
    $200 4
About a "bisy" lawyer this Canterbury Tales man wrote, "And yet he semed bisier than he was"
    $200 11
Vodka & this juice combine to make a screwdriver; add the juice to champagne for a mimosa
    $200 2
"Don't get mad, get" this is attributed to Joseph P. Kennedy
    $200 22
The first recorded raid by a band of these Norsemen was 793 on the island of Lindisfarne, off England
    $200 17
In journalism they're the five W's
    $200 14
Roger Ebert describes her water ballet number in "The Great Muppet Caper" as Busby Berkeley-like
    $300 5
This "Vanity Fair" author's middle name was Makepeace
    $300 20
In wine tasting, after looking at the color of the wine in your glass, do this next
    $300 9
"Nice Guys" do this was the title of a 1975 book by Leo Durocher
    $300 21
"HOMES" is a word used to remember these, the five Great Lakes
    $300 15
This 1995 film tells the tale of a piglet who dreams of being a sheepdog
    DD: $700 6
His "Barrack-Room Ballads" include "Mandalay" & "Gunga Din"
    $400 12
Noel Coward wrote that they "and Englishmen go out in the midday sun"
    $400 18
Maurice Denham voiced barnyard revolt leader Napoleon the Pig in a 1955 version of this Orwell classic
    $500 7
Title schoolteacher to whom James Hilton wrote a touching "Goodbye"
    $500 19
The 1973 cartoon adaptation of this E.B. White book featured the number "Zuckerman's Famous Pig"

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

Noah Shawntel Charles
$900 -$300 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Noah Shawntel Charles
$2,200 -$500 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Arrhythmia refers to an abnormal one of these; it may be too fast, too slow or erratic
    $200 16
Texas' Brazos & Colorado rivers empty into this gulf
    $200 1
On "The Andy Griffith Show", George Lindsey played Goober, this Jim Nabors character's cousin
    $200 2
From 841-845 Buddhists were persecuted by this country's Tang Dynasty
    $200 23
This state-supported school has campuses in Kearney, Omaha & Lincoln
    $200 18
Camille Saint-Saens wrote a Biblical opera about Samson & this Philistine phloozy
    $400 12
Duck embryos are used to make one of the vaccines for this disease transmitted by a dog bite
    $400 17
In the late 1800s Florida began draining this 4000-square-mile marsh to provide farmland
    $400 7
She appeared as Murray's daughter on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" before co-starring on "Mad About You"
    $400 3
This exiled religious leader returned to Iran on Feb. 1, 1979 & the government soon collapsed
    $400 24
This institution is called UNLV for short
    $400 19
The Budapest State Opera is this country's principal opera company
    $600 13
This antiseptic with the formula H2O2 can be used as a bleaching agent, to clean wounds & as a mouthwash
    $600 25
Virtually no trees grow in this 1100-mile-long Alaskan island chain, but there are grasses & flowering plants
    $600 8
Dabney Coleman was up for this role on "Gilligan's Island" but Russell Johnson got the part
    $600 4
About a century after Iceland was colonized, Eric the Red colonized this larger island
    $600 27
This English university's Balliol College is named for John Balliol, the father of a king of Scotland
    $600 20
The di sortita type of this operatic solo is performed just before a singer leaves the stage
    $800 14
A person with this blood type is considered a universal donor
    $800 26
In 1857 it replaced Iowa City as Iowa's capital
    $800 9
Hugh Beaumont played detective Michael Shayne on film but is best remembered for playing Ward on this TV show
    DD: $2,000 5
In 1815 Holland, Luxembourg & this neighbor united as the Kingdom of the Netherlands
    $800 21
Napoli composed an opera based on this French playwright's 1673 comedy "The Imaginary Invalid"
    $1000 15
Found in poultry & eggs, this genus of bacteria is the most prevalent cause of food poisoning
    $1000 10
In 1949 this "60 Minutes" reporter was an actor; he played Lt. Kidd on "Stand By for Crime"
    $1000 6
From 1937 to 1979 a Somoza was president of this Central American country for all but 9 years
    $1000 22
This Greek-American diva made her La Scala debut in 1951 in "I vespri siciliani"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Noah Shawntel Charles
$7,600 -$500 $10,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This term for the ludicrous misuse of a word is from the name of a character in an 18th century play

Final scores:

Noah Shawntel Charles
$10,100 $250 $15,900
2nd place: $10,100 for the John Wayne Cancer Institute + Race to Erase MS 3rd place: $10,000 to the Miss America Foundation Winner: (At least) $15,900 for the Sunshine Mission Church in Santa Monica, California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Noah Shawntel Charles
$7,600 -$500 $9,400
21 R,
3 W
2 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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