Show #3074 - Thursday, January 1, 1998


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Bill Unterborn, a visual merchandiser from Palmyra, New York

Constance Rajala, a network computing vice president from Evanston, Illinois

Brent Winter, a fashion editor from Atlanta, Georgia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In Genesis he wasn't his "brother's keeper" but he was his brother's killer
    $100 2
In 1996 this "magazine for men" hoaxed Hollywood with a cover story on "overnight star" Allegra Coleman
    $100 4
Krung Thep, the Thai name for this largest city in Thailand, means "city of angels"
    $100 6
Better known as Crocodile Dundee, this actor began pitching the Subaru Outback in TV ads in 1995
    $100 11
A.K.A. is short for this
    $100 14
An interminable aria
    $200 20
Peter did it to Dorcas; Jesus did it to Lazarus
    $200 3
This symbol for a recording with hit potential first appeared in Cash Box magazine
    $200 5
When Pizarro founded this Peruvian city in 1535, he called it the "city of kings"
    $200 8
Once co-anchor of "CBS This Morning", she does interviews on the cable channel "CBS Eye on People"
    $200 12
It's a woman's name before she's married
    $200 16
An insect embrace
    $300 22
Matthew says this disciple committed suicide; Acts says he fell in a field & burst open
    $300 24
Germany's top-selling weekly, its name means "star"
    $300 7
It's Liberia's most populous city
    DD: $500 9
She asks the questions in the song heard here:

"Where is my John Wayne? / Where is my prairie song? / Where is my happy ending?"
    $300 27
In French a stage name is a "nom de theatre" & a pen name is a "nom de" this
    $300 17
A magnificent Merlot
    $400 23
According to 1 Samuel 17, he was killed after being hit by a single stone
    $400 25
In late 1996 this newsmagazine with a dual title published a cheery issue on "20 Ways to Save the World"
    $400 13
Lying across the Detroit River from Detroit, it's Canada's southernmost city
    $400 10
She's the comedian who writes a back page column for Mother Jones magazine
    $400 30
From the Greek for "false name", Samuel Clemens used one
    $400 18
A male deer who's mired in the mud
    $500 29
Uzzah was killed because he touched this object
    $500 26
This Microsoft online magazine is edited by Michael Kinsley
    $500 15
O! This city's Writers' Building on Dalhousie Square once housed the British East India Company's clerks
    $500 21
He was in high school when he got his first radio job at KVOO in Tulsa, & that's "The Rest of the Story"
    $500 28
From the Latin for "other", it's a name assumed by a crook
    $500 19
A person who presents you with a container for your arrows

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

Brent Constance Bill
$200 -$100 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brent Constance Bill
$3,800 $800 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
The red portion of this bone tissue is responsible for the creation of blood platelets
    $200 26
The cynics revered this hero whose 12 labors were an example of a moral victory & self-liberation
    $200 1
English title of Jean Cocteau's haunting "La Belle et la Bete", which had no singing teapots
    $200 9
"God Separating the Light from Darkness" is one of the major scenes Michelangelo painted here
    $200 6
In 1926 this cowboy humorist's newspaper column went from weekly to daily
    $200 21
To carefully arrange one's fur, feathers or clothing
    $400 7
Joint in which you'd find a bandlike structure called the rotator cuff
    $400 27
Spartan leader Lysander defeated this rival Greek city & established the government of the thirty tyrants over it
    $400 3
1947's "Out of the Past" unfolds largely through this technique, a look into the past
    $400 13
In 1912 this 30-year-old Spaniard began incorporating business cards & wallpaper into his paintings
    $400 14
In 1974 his show "A Prairie Home Companion" debuted on 30 Midwest public radio stations
    $400 22
The head of government of a Canadian province
    $600 10
Hey, butthead! This muscle's name is Latin for "largest rump"
    DD: $2,000 28
Protagoras is famous for the quote this "is the measure of all things"
    $600 4
Name shared by Orson Welles' character in "Jane Eyre" & Eddie Anderson's in "Buck Benny Rides Again"
    $600 16
The setting of this "American Gothic" artist's "Midnight Ride of Paul Revere" looks like Iowa, not Boston
    $600 15
Charles Farrar used the name Artemus Ward for his humorous pieces in this Cleveland paper
    $600 23
Term for a novel written after another one, but depicting earlier events
    $800 11
This band of connective tissue between the heel & the calf is named for a legendary warrior
    $800 29
In the 1870s the first monument archaeologists dug out at this site was the Temple of Zeus
    DD: $700 5
Ray Milland played an alcoholic terrorized by a hallucinatory bat in this 1945 film
    $800 17
This "Night Cafe" artist worked for art dealers Goupil & Co. until 1876 when he was forced out
    $800 19
Copying "Naked Came the Stranger", Dave Barry & 12 others created this novel on the installment plan
    $800 24
If I said "Jeopardy!" winnings are exempt from U.S. taxes, I'd be doing this, which means lying
    $1000 12
The anterior lobe of this "master gland" is responsible for the release of somatotropin, or growth hormone
    $1000 30
Archimedes was from this Sicilian city, in his time the greatest Greek city in the west
    $1000 8
In this movie "of 1940", Fred Astaire danced with Eleanor Powell, an alumna of the versions of '36 & '38
    $1000 18
Beginning in 1728, this British satirist painted a scene from "The Beggar's Opera" in several versions
    $1000 20
This author of "A Book of Nonsense" is considered a master of the limerick
    $1000 25
The story of this distance runner of the 1970s came to the big screen in 1997

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brent Constance Bill
$9,600 $6,000 $6,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The largest tributary of the Hudson, its name also refers to a hairstyle

Final scores:

Brent Constance Bill
$5,900 $6,000 $13,199
3rd place: Monorail PC + Jeopardy! scorekeeper 2nd place: trip on Air Jamaica to Jamaica & stay at the Plantation Inn + Jeopardy! scorekeeper New champion: $13,199

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brent Constance Bill
$8,200 $6,500 $6,700
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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Game tape date: 1997-11-11
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