Show #3280 - Friday, December 4, 1998

Andrew Maly game 5.


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Brendan McTaggart, a communications director from Los Angeles, California

Diane Wakefield, a high school Spanish teacher originally from Titusville, Pennsylvania

Andrew Maly, an environmental engineer from Bel Air, Maryland (whose 4-day cash winnings total $33,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

"Y" ME?
    $100 6
As a noun, it's the person who is in charge of the money; as a verb, it means to dismiss from service
    $100 8
It's not the rent-a-car company, it's the historic landmark seen here
    $100 18
He's the happy headbanger heard here
    $100 23
Tres tragique was this year when France was first occupied in World War II
    $100 16
Put it tightly in place over the drain, release any trapped air & ram the handle up & down
    $100 1
You're one of these if you're young, live in the city & are a professional
    $200 7
Mickey D's doesn't have a maitre d', which is short for this
    $200 9
Over 700 feet high, this dam is the largest of its type in the United States
    $200 19
He's the brother heard here:

"Nyuk, nyuk, nyuk!"
    $200 26
C'est tout! The armistice ending "La Grande Guerre" was signed in the Compiegne Forest in this year
    $200 17
Connect the 2 positive posts; connect the charged battery's negative post to metal on the dead car
    $200 2
You were "happy" if you were a member of this '60s radical group that included Abbie Hoffman & Jerry Rubin
    $300 13
The builder of a ship's water heater, especially if he played for Purdue
    $300 10
The column seen here honors this sailor, who died in 1805
    $300 20
This African native is a true carnivore
    $300 28
Alors! In this year France lost the battle of Dien Bien Phu & saw revolution begin in Algeria
    $300 24
Cross long end over short, pass it through loop, double short end into loop, give up, get a clip-on
    $300 3
You're one of these little deer if you're an animal between 365 & 730 days old
    $400 14
The "barb" in barber is from the Latin for this
    $400 11
A historic place of pilgrimage, this English cathedral dates from the 11th century
    $400 21
She's the sitcom star heard laughing here
    $400 29
Vive la Revolution Francaise! which began in this year
    $400 25
Set it in motion with your feet, then wet your fingers before centering the clay
    $400 4
You're this if you're a convict or a recruit or a member of an early Eric Clapton band
    $500 15
Even though it's about a doctor, this 1925 Sinclair Lewis book could be called "Fletcher"
    $500 12
This cataract was discovered in 1935 from the air
    $500 22
This Australian native, heard here, is also known as the laughing jackass bird
    DD: $1,000 30
Une annee horrible was this year of Napoleon's death, 6 years after Waterloo
    $500 27
Shackle, then gradually pay out the line; snub the line to get a bite into the bottom; move fast
    $500 5
Hoot, mon! If you're an old Scot you know this food's name is a Scottish word for potato

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

Andrew Diane Brendan
$1,600 $200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Diane Brendan
$2,800 $600 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Roger II, king of this large island off Italy, was one of the 12th century's intellectual dynamos
    $200 6
Kent Brockman is the local Emmy-winning anchor of the "Springfield Action News" on this show
    $200 15
The literary prize named for this creator of "Don Quixote" is awarded to authors who write in Spanish
    $200 1
Seen here earlier in his career, he recently appeared on TV's "The Single Guy"
    $200 26
His ever-popular novel "The Brothers Karamazov" inspired an opera by Otakar Jeremias
    $200 20
Russian empress who admires the idol of Fitzgerald's Nick Carraway
    $400 12
Appropriately, the third Pope of this name was a city boy, born in & later archbishop of Milan
    $400 7
He played innkeeper Dick Loudon, who hosted the talk show "Vermont Today"
    $400 16
Cywydd, a verse form featuring rhyming couplets, comes from this British Isles country
    $400 2
This zany TV comedian's antics began with shows like "Deadline For Dinner" & "It's Time For Ernie"
    $400 28
In Germany this Gounod opera based on a play by Goethe is called "Margarethe", for its heroine
    $400 22
Little Bighorn event in an Edward James Olmos East L.A. movie
    $600 13
Margery Kempe's "Book Of Margery Kempe" is one of the first examples of this genre in English
    $600 8
Shows within this show were the local news & "The Happy Homemaker Show" on WJM-TV, channel 12
    $600 17
It was the native country of Benito Lynch, a master of the gaucho novel
    $600 3
Few know that this revolutionary's real first name is Ernesto
    $600 23
Brooding '50s movie star who heads the college's entrance department
    $800 14
Andrei Rublev was Russia's greatest painter of these, meaning "images"
    DD: $1,500 9
(Hi, I'm Wallace Langham.) I quipped with the best of the late night world as Phil, the head writer, on this HBO show
    $800 18
This "Exodus" novelist's last name is derived from Yerushalmi, which means man of Jerusalem
    $800 4
The Cubs' first black player, he was also the first National Leaguer to be named MVP 2 years in a row
    DD: $2,000 29
This 1847 opera by an Italian composer features singing witches
    $800 24
Garry Moore's game show about those who protect the president
    $1000 21
Mondino de' Luzzi revived this medical study; some found his dissections "gross"
    $1000 10
Jim Carrey played an animator for the TV cartoon "Dippy Duck" on this short-lived sitcom
    $1000 19
This Russian published more than 300 short stories before he wrote his play "The Seagull"
    $1000 5
Killed by Japanese machine gun fire, this reporter won a Pulitzer for his wartime reporting
    $1000 27
It's the native country of opera star Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, who sang at Princess Diana's wedding
    $1000 25
Late Kung Fu "dragon" who was crowned the 1955 Miss America

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Diane Brendan
$10,300 $3,200 $4,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1927 Cedric Gibbons designed this award that he went on to win 11 times

Final scores:

Andrew Diane Brendan
$10,300 $3,200 $1,900
5-day champion: $44,100 2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Castilla, Madrid, Spain 3rd place: Trip to Knott's Berry Farm, Buena Park, California

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Andrew Diane Brendan
$9,600 $4,200 $6,900
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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Game tape date: 1998-10-07
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