Show #3229 - Thursday, September 24, 1998


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Faith Brown, a fundraiser from Washington, D.C.

Barry Berlin, an investment manager from Atlanta, Georgia

Hans Krimm, a college professor from Hampden Sydney, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $6,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Cheers! This became legal again on December 5, 1933 when Utah ratified the 21st Amendment
    $100 2
This "service" is best known for protecting the president, but also investigates forgery
    $100 7
You bet your sweet bippy we loved their "Laugh-In"
    $100 16
You can serve your leftovers directly from this brand of tight-sealing food containers introduced in 1945
    $100 21
The HQ of the London Metropolitan Police, it's named for a palace that once housed Scottish royalty
    $100 18
He went "Solo" as "The Man From U.N.C.L.E."
    $200 4
After a 1995 law change in most states you can legally exceed this 1974 limit
    $200 3
To protect your great American novel, register a copyright with this library
    $200 8
It's often been said of these dancers that she did everything he did, but backwards and in high heels
    $200 17
According to their Buffalo, NY inventors, Buffalo wings should be served with celery & this dressing
    $200 19
He played "Marcus Welby, M.D." & later mercy killer Roswell Gilbert in a 1987 TV movie
    $300 5
Troy Aikman is probably happy that this kind of football play is no longer illegal as of 1906
    $300 13
From the Greek for "vapor", this plant protector contains the tropo-, strato-, meso-, & thermo- layers
    $300 9
Nancy Drew could tell you these are the Hardy Boys' first names
    $300 22
According to Guinness, this sport's fastest serve was 142 MPH, in 1997
    $300 20
This witty writer's grandson, Peter, scared millions writing about a killer shark in a 1974 bestseller
    $400 6
In Norfolk, VA. it used to be illegal for women to go out without one of these tight-fitting garments
    $400 14
From Du Pont, this para-aramid fiber is used in bulletproof vests, tires & the space shuttle
    $400 10
Clint, Lee & Eli were the 3 in the title of this 1966 western
    $400 25
He served in the Dodger organization for 47 years, retired, & returned as GM in 1998
    $400 28
A famous symbol of the Pinkerton Detective Agency is an eye and the slogan "We Never" do this
    $400 23
He fired Archibald Cox in 1973, & the Senate shot down his Supreme Court hopes in 1987
    DD: $400 12
On July 10, 1991 sanctions imposed in this country were lifted, allowing legal U.S. trade
    $500 15
Oliver Cromwell "guarded" England as a virtual dictator under this official title from 1653 to 1658
    $500 11
This pair was electrocuted August 23, 1927
    $500 26
The "To Serve Man" episode of this classic TV series involved aliens with a "taste" for humans
    $500 27
This "Buckaroo Banzai" was "RoboCop" twice
    $500 24
The English didn't get off Scot-free against this man's forces at Bannockburn in 1314

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

Hans Barry Faith
$2,100 $1,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hans Barry Faith
$2,900 $3,900 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Delacroix' 1859 painting of this Shakespearean hero "And Horatio In The Graveyard" is in the Louvre
    $200 10
Ethnic origin of Finley Peter Dunne's philosophical saloonkeeper Mr. Dooley
    $200 7
Norfolk Island in the south Pacific is home to many descendants of this ship's mutineers
    $200 1
This Tokyo-based airline offers soba & udon noodles as snacks
    $200 3
This CBS game show aired its 5,000th episode on April 9, 1998
    $400 22
This artist related the human figure to geometrical figures in the famous drawing seen here
    $400 17
Former "SNL" writer Anne Beatts created this 1980s sitcom about out-of-place high school girls
    $400 11
Alaska's Cape Wrangell in this island chain is the USA's westernmost point
    $400 2
Howard Hughes owned this airline when it introduced in-flight movies in 1961
    $400 4
This soap celebrated its 35th anniversary in April 1998 with an ABC prime time special
    $400 27
The cops, or part of a peach
    $600 23
David Roberts, who has been called the "Scottish Canaletto", was born in this capital in 1796
    $600 18
Humorist whose life & work were the basis of a Harry Anderson TV show
    $600 12
Tristan Da Cunha's closest neighbor is this island of Napoleon's exile, over 1,000 miles away
    $600 9
Redeem enough frequent flyer miles from this airline & get a holiday on Richard Branson's Necker Island
    $600 5
"Original Amateur Hour" host Ted Mack died within a month of the premiere of this Chuck Barris show
    $600 24
Far between's partner
    DD: $1,000 28
Voluptuous women fill this Flemish artist's 1630 painting "The Garden Of Love"
    $800 19
His popular stories about a "Bad Boy" helped make him governor of Wisconsin in 1891
    $800 13
Unlike the rest of Indonesia, this exotic island in the Lesser Sunda group is Hindu, not Muslim
    $800 15
This airline based at Love Field has planes painted to look like the flags of Arizona, Texas & California
    $800 6
A zonk was a booby prize on this Monty Hall game show
    $800 25
"Inflammatory" Stephen King novel
    $1000 20
Patrick Jake are the first 2 names of this writer who's been a Republican & a Maoist, but never a Democrat
    $1000 14
These "Outer" Scottish islands are one of the few areas where Gaelic is still spoken as the everyday language
    DD: $1,500 16
The world's first scheduled airline, it opened its first office in The Hague in 1919
    $1000 8
This Barbara Walters daytime show used set pieces from "The City", the soap it replaced
    $1000 26
Two weeks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hans Barry Faith
$6,900 $9,000 $6,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

During the '70s she worked where he works now & she was an ambassador to his country

Final scores:

Hans Barry Faith
$4,200 $4,200 $0
2-day co-champion: $10,999 New co-champion: $4,200 2nd place: Zenith 32-inch Color TV & Direct TV Satellite System

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hans Barry Faith
$7,000 $8,500 $6,100
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1998-07-21
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