Show #3141 - Monday, April 6, 1998

Pat Healy game 5.


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Kathleen Hennessey, a pollution control board member from Western Springs, Illinois

Stephen McNamara, a system manager from New York City, New York

Pat Healy, an index editor from Concord, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $56,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Shades of Wheel of Fortune.)
    $100 26
It's traditional to serve plum pudding on this holiday, but don't put any plums in it
    $100 18
    $100 8
10 years after his death, he can be seen on TV dancing with Dirt Devil vacuum cleaners
    $100 2
This "Scourge of God" was a real Hun-y; he had his brother Bleda killed in 445
    $100 1
According to the title of a song by Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, it's what the Devil had on
    $100 13
The one-time flying nun who lands on a magical baseball diamond on your farm
    $200 27
In "Through the Looking-Glass", the pudding reprimands this girl for cutting a slice of him
    $200 19
    $200 9
The National Cattlemen's Beef Assn. continued to use this actor's voice in ads after his July 1997 death
    $200 5
Having lost about half his troops whil crossing the Alps, he recruited about 15,000 Gauls
    $200 3
This man's band had a hit with the song heard here:

"Johnny, rosin up your bow and play your fiddle hard / 'Cause hell's...
    $200 14
Vampire Lestat creator who's a "San Francisco treat"
    $300 28
Some cooks butter slices of this staple before making pudding from it
    $300 20
    $300 10
Known for introducing acts on his '50s variety show, he introduced the new Mercedes S.U.V. in 1997
    $300 23
Known for his long wall, he also built Rome's magnificent Athenaeum
    $300 4
This Australian band's 1987 album "Kick" had the "Devil Inside", which peaked at No. 2 in 1988
    $300 15
Disaffected group born after 1965 who are investigated by Mulder & Scully
    $400 29
Of Spotted Dick, Spotted Darwin or Spotted Dudley, the one that really is an English pudding
    $400 21
    $400 11
The footage of Humphrey Bogart in this soda's commercial was shot decades before the soda's 1982 debut
    $400 24
During his long reign, this Egyptian king built temples at many sites, including Abu Simbel
    DD: $500 6
Title that completes the lyrics heard here:

"You look like an angel (look like an angel) /
Walk like an angel (walk like an angel) /
Talk like an angel /
But I got wise..."
    $400 16
The lead singer of the Miracles who was stranded on a desert island
    $500 30
Luckily, this "pudding" served with roast beef doesn't contain the terriers of the same name
    $500 22
David Alan,
    $500 12
This brewery runs commercials featuring John Wayne & the cast of "Bonanza"
    $500 25
A little birdie "ptold" me: after Alexander the Great's death, this general took control of Egypt
    $500 7
This Rolling Stones song says, "Pleased to meet you, hope you guess my name"
    $500 17
A Baskin-Robbins treat used for top secret discussion on "Get Smart"

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

Pat Stephen Kathleen
$1,000 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Stephen Kathleen
$5,100 $1,600 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
Enlisting in 1969, Gore served as an Army reporter in this foreign country
    $200 2
"By George" is an appropriate title for this boxer's 1995 autobiography
    $200 14
In 1968 this area called "Bed-Stuy" elected Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman in Congress
    $200 12
In 1970 the Supreme Court declared this standard number of jurors a "historical accident"
    $200 7
45 seconds of Sharon Stone & this naked actor were cut from "Basic Instinct" to get an R rating
    $200 19
The name of this dwarf, a cousin of Happy, is also associated with a Green Giant
    $400 23
This film star was Al's roommate at Harvard around the time Will Smith was born:

"I'm talkin' to you! You know how many of your kind I've swatted with a newspaper? You're nothing but a smear on the sports page to me, you slimy, gut-sucking, intestinal parasite!"
    $400 3
In this Hemingway story, the title thugs come to Henry's diner looking to bump off a prizefighter
    $400 15
Created in 1903, Luna Park in this amusement area was sort of an early version of Fantasyland
    $400 13
What a jury does when it can't agree, or what it may sentence a murderer to
    $400 8
In his 1995 film "Braveheart", this actor-director showed us what Scotsmen wear under their kilts
    $400 24
This weak & ineffectual dwarf shares his name with a hamburger-loving friend of Popeye's
    $600 25
Author Erich Segal says Oliver Barrett IV in this 1970 novel was partly based on Al
    DD: $1,900 4
He discussed Ali vs. Foreman in his book "The Fight" & in the 1996 film "When We Were Kings"
    $600 16
A street gang in a 1974 film was called "The Lords of" this large Brooklyn neighborhood
    $600 1
In a personal injury lawsuit, the jury may calculate both punitive & compensatory types of these
    $600 9
Holly Hunter was speechless when Harvey Keitel exposed himself in this 1993 film
    $600 28
The name of this dazed dwarf comes from the Royal Navy's word for rum
    $800 30
Al's 1992 treatise on the environment was titled this "in the Balance"
    $800 5
He was boxing editor for Sports Illustrated before writing the script for "On the Waterfront"
    $800 20
As the setting for "The Honeymooners", this area is SW Brooklyn could be called Kramdenhurst
    $800 17
The right to have a jury of these, meaning one's equals, not lords, is mentioned in the Magna Carta
    $800 10
Killer Schwarzenegger cyborg whose time travel device can't send his clothes with him
    $800 27
One of the smaller dwarfs dislikes hearing his name in the expression, "Cut off my legs and call me" this
    $1000 29
On his way to defeat in the heated 1992 campaign, this man called Al "Mr. Ozone" & a "Bozo"
    $1000 6
Based on a play by Clifford Odets, it's the 1939 boxing film seen here:

"Well, I've made up my mind to win the middleweight crown."
"But your heart's in music!"
    $1000 21
These "Heights" populated by African Americans & Hasidic Jews were the site of rioting in 1991
    DD: $1,400 18
A lawyer's rejection of a prospective juror, it may be "for cause" or "peremptory"
    $1000 11
Jaye Davidson surprised movie audiences when he slipped out of his clothes in this 1992 film
    $1000 26
The dwarf formerly known as "swollen" changed his name to this adjective, after rap artist Sean Combs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Stephen Kathleen
$11,400 $4,200 $1,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This island nation is the only country in the world named for a biblical king

Final scores:

Pat Stephen Kathleen
$10,202 $5,400 $2,800
5-day champion: $66,604 2nd place: A week at the Hotel MeliĆ” Victoria in the heart of Mallorca, Spain, flown aboard Air Europa 3rd place: Wittnauer's Montego, the ultimate Swiss watch for all occasions

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Stephen Kathleen
$13,400 $4,200 $1,400
31 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
13 R,
0 W
7 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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