Show #3094 - Thursday, January 29, 1998


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Corey Burke, a stage carpenter originally from Goshen, Connecticut

Diane Graft, a paralegal from Alexandria, Virginia

Vinnie Iyer, a journalism student from Ballwin, Missouri (whose 3-day cash winnings total $31,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
Edward G. Robinson snarled his way to stardom as Rico Bandello in this 1930 gangster classic
    $100 29
Jimmy swears by Windows, while his pal Ned sticks to this Apple system that Windows mimics
    $100 1
He wrote amateur musical comedies at Princeton about 10 years before "The Great Gatsby"
    $100 9
Like humans, the lungfish has a heart with this many chambers
    $100 10
Though he shares his name with a city in Ohio, this president was born in Caldwell, New Jersey
    $100 21
Trixie has only one of these propellant devices in the water
    $200 5
Jack Nicholson played a dental patient in this film that inspired a musical about a bloodthirsty flower
    $200 30
On Jimmy's monitor, this moving image that prevents burn-in is comely model Tippy Sealy
    $200 2
As a war correspondant, this Tarzan creator witnessed the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
    $200 13
Like some gouramis, several grunts are famous for doing this when 2 of them meet
    DD: $1,200 11
Pair seen here, they were both born in New Jersey

"All right, you take Joan and I'll take Sandra."
"Oh, Sandra sends me."
"Well then I'll take Joan!"
"Joan sends me too."
"Now listen, you... I'm going to send you!"
"Sorry, you don't even appeal to me."
    $200 22
Abner's device perfected by Otis "doesn't go to the top floor"
    $300 6
She played "The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane" before she directed "Little Man Tate"
    $300 28
Jimmy learned HTML, hypertext markup language, to create this, addressable at
    $300 3
He began his "Goosebumps" series with 1992's "Welcome to Dead House"
    $300 17
Aquarium fish include the fighting fish & this one that shares its name with the Manassa Mauler
    $300 12
Englewood would always "Welcome Back" this ex-sweathog born there February 18, 1954
    $300 24
Mitzi is this device that doesn't emit enough luminescence
    $400 7
Richard Mulligan passed muster & was cast as General Custer in this Dustin Hoffman film
    $400 27
Jimmy created one of these to catalog his coin collection, with fields including date & nation of origin
    $400 19
Harper Lee helped him research an article which developed into the work "In Cold Blood"
    $400 18
This name for the rock bass sounds like it takes late-night flights
    $400 14
Middle name of Chatham-born merchant Aaron Ward
    $400 25
The lights are on, but this is Skippy's problem
    $500 8
Katharine Hepburn's film "The Little Minister" was based on a play by this creator of Peter Pan
    $500 23
Ironically, Jimmy spent the second Sunday in May replacing this, his PC's main circuit board
    $500 20
In 1962 this "Cardinal Sins" author received the Edison Award for his "Catholic Hour" radio broadcasts
    $500 16
Clown fish can avoid their enemies by swimming among these marine polyps with a floral name
    $500 15
This Trenton-born Colorado explorer was killed in an 1813 assault on York, Canada; he was "piqued"
    $500 26
Biff could be thick as one, or one short of a load

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

Vinnie Diane Corey
$1,300 $200 $3,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Vinnie Diane Corey
$2,300 $1,700 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
"Big Jake" was the last of 5 films this big guy made with Maureen O'Hara
    $200 11
The Old State House Charles Bullfinch designed for this Connecticut city is now the city hall
    $200 1
Bavaria, this country's southernmost state, is also its largest in area
    $200 13
Nickname of Edmund Gibson, who hunted owls as a youth & starred in Westerns as an adult
    $200 30
He ignored the warning "Don't go into Mr. McGregor's garden"
    $200 21
She left the Philippines with her husband on Feb. 26, 1986, leaving 3,000 pairs of shoes behind
    $400 4
Lily Tomlin & this actress were just "divine" as pairs of mismatched twins in "Big Business"
    $400 12
Two 60,000-pound statues of these graceful birds top a Disney World hotel designed by Michael Graves
    $400 7
Asia's longest river, it's called "China's fortune" because of its fertile soil & economic importance
    $400 14
A hit 1965 musical was called this "of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd"
    $400 29
In a hit song, Dion warned, "Keep away from" this title female: she "goes out with other guys"
    $400 22
Chris Patten, governor of this British colony, left it on July 1, 1997 on the royal yacht Britannia
    DD: $3,000 5
Most of Kevin Costner's scenes were cut from this film, except for his opening bits as a corpse
    $600 15
Philip Johnson designed the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden at this Manhattan museum
    $600 8
This small island nation in the North Atlantic has more than 100 volcanoes
    $600 17
Someone who creates high expectations & can't fulfill them is "all" this "and no steak"
    $600 28
He warned Nixon that there was a cancer growing on the presidency, & it's on tape
    $600 23
This country has exiled Norodam Sihanouk twice & twice crowned him king
    $800 6
Her daughter Tracy Reiner appeared as a test market researcher in her film "Big"
    $800 16
I.M. Pei designed the 75-story Texas Commerce Tower, the tallest building in this city
    DD: $5,000 9
763-foot Mount Royal stands in the center of this Canadian city
    $800 18
An organized illegal activity, like extortion
    $800 27
After hearing dire warnings, King Saul regretted having the spirit of this prophet raised at Endor
    $800 24
In 1994, 2 days after Philippe Biamby & Raoul Cedras left Haiti for exile, this president returned
    $1000 2
Sausage King Jimmy Dean played a former sheriff in this 1990 film named for his biggest hit record
    $1000 19
In the 1960s John Carl Warnecke redesigned this city's Lafeyette Square to include 2 new government buildings
    $1000 10
Deep granite gorges of this river have led some to call it "the crease in the map of Spain"
    $1000 20
Analogous to a type of light, this kind of sound contains all audible frequencies
    $1000 26
Title of a 1972 Tennessee Williams play, they're advisories put out to boat-owners in high winds
    $1000 25
After the Mormons left this Illinois town in 1846, a group of French socialists moved in

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Vinnie Diane Corey
$2,100 $2,700 $16,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

All the medals have Alfred Nobel on 1 side; these 2 categories share an identical design on the reverse

Final scores:

Vinnie Diane Corey
$102 $3,700 $8,200
3rd place: Wittanaur his & hers watches 2nd place: a trip to Kauai, Hawaii for 6 nights New champion: $8,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Vinnie Diane Corey
$2,100 $2,700 $8,600
18 R,
5 W
11 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 3 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $13,400

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