Show #3227 - Tuesday, September 22, 1998

Lance Johnson game 5.


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Dave Lasher, an environmental engineer from Albany, New York

Mary Flaherty, a professor and lawyer from Gloucester, Massachusetts

Lance Johnson, an event coordinator from Champaign, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $40,501)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
John Smith recorded the name of this river as Patawomeck, but it is now called this
    $100 2
The fisher, a species of martin, goes after these animals, flipping them over to avoid the quills
    $100 13
Louise Fletcher's nurse's uniform from this film is on display at Planet Hollywood in Beverly Hills
    $100 19
Hit below the belt
    $100 11
This reclusive "2001" director has been successfully impersonated by a man who looks nothing like him
    $100 14
In 1889 Cesar Franck shocked some French critics by using this "English" instrument in a symphony
    $200 3
Mark Twain could have told you this town of his youth was named for a Carthaginian
    $200 7
Odds are that if you're a grazing antelope this continent is home to you
    $200 15
This film is famous for the traffic-stopping scene seen here:

"What are you going to do?"
"A system all my own."
    $200 20
Par for the course
    $200 12
"Girl You Know It's True" was the ironic title of a hit by this fraudulent duo
    $200 27
"Merry Gathering of the Peasants" is one movement of his 1808 "Pastoral" symphony
    $300 4
Appropriately, the name of this big Florida lake is a Seminole word for "big water"
    $300 8
Whales are divided into 2 groups, those that have baleen & those that have these instead
    $300 16
It's the ever-popular, ever-cool '50s film seen here
[Marlon Brando on motorcycle]
    $300 21
Threw him a curve
    $300 24
"The Education of" this Cherokee, billed as autobiography, was written by a white segregationist
    $300 28
The symphonies of Schumann & Berlioz typify this 19th C. movement of emotion & individualism
    DD: $500 5
Sailors once thought they'd found gems at this extinct volcanic crater, hence its gem of a name
    $400 9
The 2 main foods of the aardvark are ants & these mound insects
    $400 17
Carole King co-wrote the title song used in this George Clooney-Michelle Pfeiffer film
    $400 22
No holds barred
    $400 25
A medical syndrome is named for this baron famous for tall tales about his exploits
    $400 29
During WWII Stravinsky wrote a "Symphony in" this many movements, one fewer than is usual
    $500 6
This city that grew up around Northwestern University is named for one of the university's founders
    $500 10
The bonobo is the pygmy one of these great apes
    $500 18
We "count" this Billy Wilder film about a Coca-Cola executive as one of Jimmy Cagney's best
    $500 23
Not pulling one's weight
    $500 26
Forger Hans Van Meegeren tried to increase the small number of works by this Dutch master, who died in 1675

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Lance Mary Dave
$1,800 $100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lance Mary Dave
$2,200 $2,200 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Chronological order.)
    $200 1
During the Tang dynasty, 618 to 907, Chang'an in this country was the most populous city in the world
    $200 11
Freud, Strauss & Klimt appear in "A Nervous Splendor", a 1980 portrait of this city in the 1880s
    $200 6
The middle name of this archbishop & Nobel Peace Prize winner is Mpilo; it means "life"
    $200 23
New York City's Stonewall Riots began on the June 1969 night of this "Over The Rainbow" singer's funeral
    $200 13
"Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band",
"Meet The Beatles"
    $200 18
Keats wrote an "Ode On A Grecian" one
    $400 2
The Grimaldi family first gained control of this country in 1297
    $400 12
"The Hero with a Thousand Faces" is a classic work on mythology by this author
    $400 7
In 1854 she set sail with 38 nurses in tow to help wounded Crimean War soldiers
    $400 24
A teenage star as Debbie in the '80s, in 1996 she released the album "Deborah"
    $400 14
Calamity Jane,
Jane Curtin,
Lady Jane Grey
    $400 19
It describes an avant-garde film, a secret political movement, or anything subterranean
    $600 3
In 1944 this island country severed all its formal ties with Denmark & became a republic
    $600 8
Peasant girl seen here in a 15th century portrait
    $600 25
In the early '60s Darlene Wright adopted this, which she often sang about, as her last name
    $600 15
William Baldwin,
Daniel Baldwin,
Alec Baldwin
    $600 20
For most of the 1970s, it was dictator Dada's domain
    DD: $1,000 4
In December 1812 this Venezuelan wrote the "Cartagena Manifesto", a famous essay on independence
    $800 9
This organization's first general was William Booth
    $800 26
In "Blazing Saddles", Madeline Kahn as Lili Vonshtupp parodied this legendary German
    DD: $800 16
Ramses II,
King Solomon
    $800 21
Mesannepadda & Aannepadda were 2 early rulers of this 2-letter Sumerian city
    $1000 5
In 1199 this crusader king of England was mortally wounded while besieging the castle of Chalus
    $1000 10
When this city-state's leader died around 560 B.C., it was Solon, it's been good ta know ya
    $1000 17
Oklahoma statehood,
Hawaii statehood,
Arizona statehood
    $1000 22
In "The Last of the Mohicans" he shook his tomahawk at Magua & shouted, "Stay; Dog of the Wyandots!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lance Mary Dave
$10,800 $4,000 $600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We've got a lot of them!)
In 1973, TIME Magazine blended 2 words to coin this term they gave to Rex Humbard as a job title

Final scores:

Lance Mary Dave
$10,800 $1,978 $200
5-day champion: $51,301 2nd place: Windjammer Caribbean cruise 3rd place: Vivitar sports travel kit

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lance Mary Dave
$10,500 $4,000 $600
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
4 W
7 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $15,100

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Game tape date: 1998-07-21
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