Show #3221 - Monday, September 14, 1998


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Paul Murray, a theater teacher from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Faith Dawson, a communications coordinator from New Orleans, Louisiana

Julie Schmitt, a chiropractor from Dallas, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A reference to the motion picture.)
    $100 1
Diamonds are so colorless, I prefer these gems for my rings
    $100 16
A traditional Jewish cake is made with this sweet treat, milk's partner in the Promised Land
    $100 11
In 1989 George Bush had the DEA buy drugs in a park across from this building to show on TV
    $100 6
In 1998 this city's NBA Nuggets didn't match its champion Broncos, finishing 11-71
    $100 21
These steady winds of the tropics are so named because they aid commerce
    $100 26
Not only does this Marx brother not speak in the film, he doesn't get to play his instrument
    $200 2
Instead of mere cream puffs, give me these oblong pastries with icing & a French name
    $200 17
Daffodil cake is so named for its bursts of this color, from a mixture of egg yolks & orange rind
    $200 12
The Bridge of Perfect Wisdom is a landmark of Beihai Park in this world capital
    $200 7
In 1972 he vacillated over a running mate & lost to Nixon, 520 electoral votes to 17
    $200 22
From the Arabic for "50", the Khamsin can blow for 50 days across the north of this continent
    $200 27
The film's director, Leo McCarey, was the genius who got Stan Laurel to team up with this man
    $300 3
Viscounts & barons needn't bother inviting me over -- I only hobnob with at least this grade of nobleman
    $300 18
Appropriately, "Joy Of Cooking" has a recipe for making this sponge-like cake at high altitude
    DD: $500 13
This London park was named for the position held by the future King George IV
    $300 8
American might & valor prevailed in a 1983 invasion of this Caribbean island
    $300 23
Kona winds from the southwest can bring bad weather to this state
    $300 28
This actress is pelted with fruit in the film's finale
    $400 4
I never travel without this group around me, including a bodyguard, publicist & manicurist
    $400 19
Geographic name for the dessert seen here
(chocolate cake with cherries)
    $400 14
You can follow streets named for King George V & King David to Independence Park in this city
    $400 9
This hero of a Byron poem met Julia, who "whispering, 'I will ne'er consent' -- consented"
    $400 24
Also called the snow eater, this strong Rocky Mountain wind shares its name with a type of salmon
    $500 5
It's less than an hour's drive from my Geneva apartment to this French spa known for its "water"
    $500 20
Italian for "recooked", it's the key ingredient in the creamiest cheesecake
    $500 15
A giant ferris wheel graces this city's Prater, opened to the public by Joseph II in 1766
    $500 10
In 1973 this horse crushed his rival, Sham, with a 31-length victory in the Belmont Stakes
    $500 25
Dry & cold, the Mistral blows through this river valley in southern France

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Julie Faith Paul
$1,200 $200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Faith Paul
$2,200 -$500 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will name a character for you, you have to give the name of the author of the work in which that character appears)
    $200 8
This philosopher whose "Analects" shaped Chinese society died a few years before Socrates was born
    $200 1
Jo March
    $200 15
Mrs. Voorhees killed camp counselors in this film; her son Jason didn't kill until the sequels
    $200 4
This British sport using a bat & a ball is popular in Jamaica, the Bahamas & Trinidad & Tobago
    $200 7
Freudian term that referred originally to the id's sexual energy but later to all human drives
    $400 10
The life of this great Persian ruler is idealized in Xeniphon's "Cyropedia"
    $400 2
Stephen Daedalus
    $400 16
In 1986 an unmanned robot named Jason Jr. explored the wreck of this White Star luxury liner
    $400 9
Olympic wrestling style in which the wrestlers are forbidden to use their legs
    $400 22
These 2 types of behavior, desiring pain & seeking to inflict it, are both named for novelists
    DD: $800 11
Add 2 letters to a modern Mideast country to get this kingdom once ruled by Sennacherib
    $600 3
Yuri Zhivago
    $600 17
Jason Bateman played Bob Newhart's son & Judd Hirsch's son-in-law on this sitcom
    $600 12
The Washington Huskies won the 1997 title in this sport on the Cooper River in Camden, New Jersey
    $600 23
An abnormal attachment or the process of becoming set in place
    $600 28
As a verb, its antonym is fill; as an adjective, full
    $800 20
These people who settled India c. 1500 B.C. were taken for a superior race in Nazi pseudoscience
    $800 5
Sal Paradise
    $800 18
Jason Bonham sat in on drums for his father when the surviving members of this band reunited in 1988
    DD: $1,400 13
(Hi, I'm Dot Richardson.) Fast-pitch softball is played with 9 players per team; slow-pitch teams have this many players
    $800 24
5-letter word that's similar to guilt, but results more from violating social expectation
    $800 27
Adjectives used to tell your ancient Pliny writers apart
    $1000 21
Named for its shape by James Breasted, it's the area where civilization was born
    $1000 6
Esther Greenwood
    $1000 19
Jason Compson & his brothers Benjy & Quentin narrate 3 sections of this Faulkner novel
    $1000 14
This sport's Tracy Caulkins won the Honda Broderick Cup twice for being the NCAA's top woman athlete
    $1000 25
The "excess" type of this is defined as things we can't see about ourselves that get in our way
    $1000 26
"Off" & "On" remain antonyms even after this letter is put on the front of them

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Faith Paul
$4,000 $3,700 $5,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Silver Seraph, the 9th new model in its 92-year history, is its first built on a moving assembly line

Final scores:

Julie Faith Paul
$8,000 $7,400 $8,001
2nd place: Costa Caribbean Cruise 3rd place: Pair of Nobel Watches New champion: $8,001

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julie Faith Paul
$5,400 $3,700 $6,500
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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Game tape date: 1998-07-15
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