Show #3252 - Tuesday, October 27, 1998

Juliet Wiley game 2.


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Mia McIver, a graduate student from Boston, Massachusetts

Peter Iselin, a talent manager from Los Angeles, California

Juliet Wiley, a stay-at-home mom from Plano, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We will give you the vice president's name, you identify the president.)
    $100 12
The SO in SONAR stands for this word
    $100 15
Nelson A. Rockefeller
    $100 11
This revolutionary seen here had the last name Ulyanov at birth
    $100 1
Strawberries will keep you from being a scurvy dog; they're higher in this vitamin than oranges
    $100 23
Larry Harmon began playing this famous clown in the 1940s in public appearances for Capitol Records
    $100 6
On TV Richard Dawson had a "Family" one
    $200 13
This space station turned 10 in February 1996
    $200 19
Hubert H. Humphrey
    $200 17
Born in 1893, life was a "party" for this revolutionary seen here
    $200 2
This state leads the U.S. in strawberry production & holds an annual festival in Oxnard
    $200 24
In a classic "Mary Tyler Moore Show" episode, this clown bites the dust when he's crushed by an elephant
    $200 7
An endorsement allowing entry into a country, or a card used to charge a bundle while you're there
    $300 14
In 1882 this inventor opened the Pearl Street Power Station in New York
    $300 20
Hannibal Hamlin
    $300 28
This inspirational revolutionary general was an uneducated Mexican peasant of Indian blood
    $300 3
Strawberries have their very own variety of this tiny pest also called a plant louse
    $300 25
Tonio, a misshapen clown, delivers the prologue in this Leoncavallo opera
    $300 8
A summoning gesture, this 4-letter word precedes "and call"
    $400 16
In a car's steering system, it's the geared wheel that moves the rack
    DD: $800 21
Calvin Coolidge
    $400 29
This man seen here led a revolution in his country but lost the 1990 & 1996 presidential elections
    $400 4
A dessert of liqueur-soaked strawberries & whipped cream is named for this tsar-spangled family
    $400 26
Judy Collins hit the pop charts with this song in 1975 & again in 1977
    $400 9
It can mean a streetcar or a cable car
    $500 18
To produce this metal using the Bayer Process, you begin with caustic soda & bauxite
    $500 22
Schuyler Colfax
    $500 30
Known as "The Hero of Two Worlds", this revolutionary seen here led military campaigns in Brazil & Italy
    $500 5
They're fraises des bois to the french, smultron to Ingmar Bergman & a delicacy to all
    $500 27
This "Born Yesterday" star co-wrote the title tune for the 1965 film "A Thousand Clowns"
    $500 10
The 15th day of May, July or October, as well as March

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Juliet Peter Mia
$2,300 $500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Peter Mia
$2,600 $1,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Good year!)
(Alex: 1980s, of course.)
    $200 26
Sailing through a strait off Australia in 1798, George Bass & Matthew Flinders proved this was an island
    $200 2
Michelle Pfeiffer played Stephanie Zinone, one of the Pink Ladies, in this 1982 sequel
    $200 21
It's the sacred church covered by the over-400-foot-high dome seen here
    $200 11
A crow tells this "Wizard of Oz" character "Any crow of sense could see that you are only stuffed"
    $200 15
FDR could tell you phobophobia is fear of this itself
    $200 1
This English newspaper's Literary Supplement carried Virginia's reviews for over 30 years
    $400 27
This poet joined forces with Samuel Taylor Coleridge to publish "Lyrical Ballads"
    $400 3
John Hughes wrote the screenplay for this 1983 movie starring Michael Keaton as a stay-at-home dad
    $400 22
Don't throw stones at this California cathedral seen here
    $400 12
In "Descent of Man" he states "The nightingale and crow have vocal organs similarly constructed"
    $400 16
Keep these animals away from me, senor, because I suffer from gatophobia
    $400 4
Virginia was a pal of this U.S.-born poet & in 1923 her press published his "Waste Land"
    $600 28
He captured Alexandria in 1798 & held it until 1801
    $600 8
He's no one-trick pony: he wrote the screenplay & score & starred in "One-Trick Pony"
    $600 23
You'll find gateways, like the one seen here, at sacred sites of this religion
    $600 13
Appropriate Aristophanes play in which Pithetaerus says "To think that I should trust to this crow!"
    $600 17
I'd hate to have philophobia because it's fear of this
    $600 5
This Redgrave sister who shares her name with Virginia's sister played Virginia's "Mrs. Dalloway" on film
    $800 29
In Thomas Malthus' "Essay on the Principle of" this, he links it with food supply
    $800 9
John Cusack was devoted to kickboxing & Ione Skye in this 1989 film
    $800 24
The Temple of Heaven, seen here, can be found in this city
    $800 14
In the book "New Hampshire" this poet wrote of a crow that "shook down on me the dust of snow"
    $800 18
Good thing grandma's driving because I have tachophobia, which is fear of this
    $800 6
Woolf's "Flush" is a whimsical memoir by this "Sonnets From The Portuguese" author's dog
    DD: $1,500 30
In a 1798 tract on cowpox he introduced the term "vaccine"
    $1000 10
Mariel Hemingway was a pentathlete who had a lesbian affair in this 1982 film
    $1000 25
Seen here, this sacred site began as a Christian church in A.D. 537, was later a mosque & is now a museum
    $1000 20
His 14th C. poem "The Parliament of Fowls" includes "The raven wys, the crowe with vois of care"
    $1000 19
It's no small matter that I have megalophobia, fear of this
    DD: $600 7
He/she is the sex-changing hero/heroine of a 1928 Woolf novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Juliet Peter Mia
$7,400 $2,000 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1998 the govt. of Ontario was forced to pay them $2.8 million for exploiting them decades ago

Final scores:

Juliet Peter Mia
$4,599 $2 $100
2-day champion: $13,499 3rd place: Panasonic LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: Trip to Mariott's Las Palmas Resort, Rancho Mirage, California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Juliet Peter Mia
$7,800 $2,800 $6,600
19 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,200

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Game tape date: 1998-09-02
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