Show #3236 - Monday, October 5, 1998

Carolyn White game 5.


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Heather Bell, a writer from Trenton, New Jersey

Reed Rankin, a stand-up comedian from Marilla, New York

Carolyn White, a retired management consultant from Tucson, Arizona (whose 4-day cash winnings total $38,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: I love the reading!)
(Alex: Be careful with that one!)
    $100 13
In the 1790s his gin was a tonic for the fortunes of cotton planters
    $100 9
Snapple's 1st flavor was this juice, carbonated
    $100 21
In Acts, Herod imprisons Peter but one of these beings appears & frees him
    $100 6
Put a feather in your cap if you know that fischietti is a type of this hollow Italian pasta
    $100 26
When she became a bunny in 1963, Mary Hutton changed her name to this, after her father Laurence
    $100 1
It's a narrow strip of land connecting 2 larger bodies of land; Panama, for example
    $200 14
After "hounding" Iran's borders, these people from a country to the east took over in 1722
    $200 11
This man's name is on the world's bestselling bourbon
    $200 22
As Jesus predicted, Peter did this thrice before the cock crowed twice
    $200 7
In the South, hominy when ground is more popularly known as this
    $200 27
She was a bunny before she was a singing "Blondie"
    $200 2
These administrative subdivisions of Louisiana correspond to counties in other states
    $300 15
Sweden's major power status ended with defeat by this czar in the 1709 battle of Poltava
    DD: $1,000 12
In 1851 this Fifth Avenue store introduced sterling silver to the U.S.
    $300 23
Peter was a fisherman on this body of water when he was called from his nets by Jesus
    $300 8
Hummus is made with chickpeas, which are also known as these "beans"
    $300 28
A bunny at age 18, Jacklyn Zeman now works on this show that features Luke & Laura
    $300 3
From an old Norse word, it's a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea
    $400 18
George Vancouver once went to the bow of this captain's ship to be the man the farthest south in the world
    $400 16
Prior to autos, BMW began as a company that made engines for these
    $400 24
According to tradition & several paintings, Peter was crucified in this unusual manner
    $400 10
Hop in for some deep-fried "lapin" at restaurants in Paris & you'll learn it's this animal
    $400 29
Make no "Ms."take, she donned the ears in 1963 as a journalistic assignment for Show Magazine
    $400 4
It's an old name for a Chinese seaport, or what the Swiss call their states
    $500 19
Nickname of Haydn's Symphony No. 94, from a chord said to have been written "to wake the ladies"
    $500 20
Samsung means "3 Stars" in this language of the company's founder Byung-Chull Lee
    $500 25
Like Prince Charles, Peter had a brother named this, also an apostle
    $500 17
Fry up some of these insects & you can enjoy the Colombian treat "Hormiga Culona"
    $500 30
Working her way through college as "Bunny Sue", she's now working as Dharma's mother-in-law
    $500 5
As in "Bahia de Cochinos", it's what the Spanish word bahia means in English

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

Carolyn Reed Heather
$300 $400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Reed Heather
$3,900 $1,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Sir Toby's last name in "Twelfth Night", or what you shouldn't do at the dinner table
    $200 3
It's the U.S. political party associated with this symbol (donkey)
    $200 17
On its trip through Egypt, this river has no tributaries
    $200 22
Famous singers born in Melbourne, Australia include Samantha Sang & this "strong", "invincible" woman
    $200 1
He's the "S" in DreamWorks SKG
    $200 12
We won't spare you; it's the most popular form of bowling in the world
    $400 4
Be "Lear"y of her -- she poisoned her sister Regan
    $400 18
It's the "happy" nickname for the nautical flag seen here
    $400 27
While rowing down this river, you'll pass Oxford University & Windsor Castle
    $400 23
World capital where Ingrid Bergman was born in 1915
    $400 8
3 decades after appearing on the "Amateur Hour" as a dancer, she directed "A League of Their Own"
    $400 13
The emotional strain I feel until you ring in with the correct response
    $600 5
"Much Ado About Nothing" features a comical constable with this "canine fruit" name
    $600 19
Often seen on bumpers, the symbol seen here represents faith in this religion (fish)
    $600 28
Lake St. Francis on the border of Ontario & Quebec is actually just a wide spot in this river
    $600 24
Janis Joplin, Robert Rauschenberg & Babe Didrikson were all born in Port Arthur in this state
    $600 9
A staff photographer for Look Magazine, he went on to direct such films as "Lolita" & "Dr. Strangelove"
    $600 14
You'll find them in chapter 5 of Deuteronomy & chapter 20 of Exodus
    $800 6
Of Lord Poop of Pelham, Lord Scroop of Masham, or Lord Surly of Sneer, the one in "Henry V"
    $800 20
"Weigh" the evidence of this symbol (scales) & you'll know it signifies this profession
    $800 29
In 1960 India & Pakistan signed a treaty to deal with control of the waters of this river
    DD: $1,500 25
Dig deep & you'll discover anthropologist Louis Leakey was born in this African country in 1903
    $800 10
This "Casino" director was a supervising editor on the 1970 "Woodstock" documentary
    DD: $1,000 15
This animal seen here is famous for its gait
    $1000 7
An officer with the silly name of Silius shows up in the play named for these historic lovers
    $1000 21
You might get a "kick" out of this sport depicted by the symbol seen here
    $1000 30
The main drain of northern Italy, its delta at the Adriatic Sea has numerous mouths
    $1000 26
Gustave Flaubert was born in this French city where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake
    $1000 11
In his home woodworking shop, this director of "Lost Highway" built a VCR case seen in that film
    $1000 16
We wonder if you know the name of this "Wonderland" illustrator whose work is seen here

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Reed Heather
$8,400 $2,700 $5,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The titles of the state songs of Kansas & Kentucky both contain this word

Final scores:

Carolyn Reed Heather
$5,800 $100 $10,900
2nd place: Trip to Stonefield Estate, St. Lucia 3rd place: Festina Titanium Chroma Watches New champion: $10,900

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carolyn Reed Heather
$7,700 $4,700 $5,500
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
15 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 1998-08-11
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