Show #3283 - Wednesday, December 9, 1998


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Gary Tish, an appliance technician from Decatur, Illinois

Georgia Routsis Savas, a writer from Topsail Island, North Carolina

John Zorn, a teacher from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Things you find...)
    $100 16
Going due west from Stockholm, you'll next make your way into this country
    $100 5
A year's supply of this is a year's supply of "The San Francisco Treat"
    $100 1
In 1998 John Elway & this team sent the Green Bay Packers packing to win its first Super Bowl
    $100 20
Baroque composers developed monody, vocal music with this many melodies & supported by harmony
    $100 23
From the Latin for "thanks", it's a short prayer of thanks said before or after a meal
    $100 2
The one-eyed man, in the country of the blind
    $200 17
This river you cross going west from Arizona to California bears the name of another state
    $200 8
This actor's credits include "Hair" & "Prince of the City"
    $200 9
A little birdie told us, in 1998, this Arizona team is celebrating its 100th anniversary
    $200 21
Oratorios & passions were vocal dramatizations of stories from this source
    $200 24
It includes the line "Give us this day our daily bread"
    $200 3
Their armorers might have told them, "You have mail"
    $300 18
Climb out of the Caspian Sea, towel off, march due west through Georgia & you can take a dip in this sea
    DD: $1,000 13
(Hi, I'm Chuck Woolery.) Going on a date where both people pay is known as this type of treat
    $300 10
It's the team whose logo is seen here (the pewter flag)
    $300 28
This composer whose work is heard here was also a renowned keyboard virtuoso
    $300 25
Among the 5 pillars of this religion is Salat, ritual prayers said 5 times daily
    $300 4
It's what you do with Grandma's watch under the sign of the three gold balls
    $400 19
If you're wheeling west from Wheeling, West Virginia, you're entering this state
    $400 14
To make this sweet treat, boil a sugar mixture, add peanuts & cool on a sheet until easily broken
    $400 11
During the '70s this team's lineup included Terry Bradshaw, Lynn Swann & Mean Joe Greene
    $400 29
Of the almost 500 concertos written by this "Four Seasons" composer, about half feature the violin
    $400 26
Aramaic for "holy", it's the prayer said in Judaism on the anniversary of a loved one's death
    $400 6
Chessboard name for the creature seen here (black bird)
    $500 22
From this second-largest Aussie state, it's a 500-mile walkabout to the largest: Western Australia
    $500 15
It was Pat Benatar's next Top 40 hit after "Hit Me With Your Best Shot"
    $500 12
1 of 2 expansion teams that played their first games in 1995
    $500 30
In 1749 he composed "Music for the Royal Fireworks" to celebrate the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle
    $500 27
The Serenity Prayer talks of accepting things we cannot change, courage to change the things we can & this
    $500 7
Comedian & Sinatra pal born Joseph Gottlieb

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

John Georgia Gary
$800 $300 $3,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Georgia Gary
$2,000 $1,000 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Among this author's bestsellers are "Misery" & "The Tommyknockers"
    $200 26
This Beatles song says, "She was just seventeen, you know what I mean"
    $200 16
17 amendments were passed by the house, but only this many became part of the Constitution in 1790
    $200 7
She spent 3 miserable years at Yale Drama School before starring in 4 "Alien" movies
    $200 1
It can be a reanimated voodoo automaton, or a drink that might turn you into one
    $200 17
Steve Allen created the question "Is it bigger than a breadbox?" on this long-running game show
    DD: $1,700 3
When she met President Lincoln, he said, "So this is the little lady who made this big war"
    $400 27
In "I Love Rock 'N Roll", she sang, "Saw him dancin' there by the record machine... knew he musta been about 17"
    $400 22
This state's Declaration of Rights was most influential in the creation of our Bill of Rights
    $400 8
He wrote songs like "Eli" while at Yale & "Begin The Beguine" & "Night And Day" later
    $400 9
Voodoo blends west African religious traditions with beliefs & practices of this Christian denomination
    $400 18
During her almost 40-year career, Tina Turner has topped the pop charts only once, with this song
    $600 4
Her first published novel was "Scruples" in 1978
    $600 23
When ratified in 1791, the Bill of Rights was proclaimed to be in full force by this secretary of state
    DD: $300 13
After cartooning for the Yale Daily News, this man launched his satirical comic strip in 1970 at age 22
    $600 10
In 1980 this future president labeled some of Ronald Reagan's policies as "Voodoo Economics"
    $600 19
Question preceding, "That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet"
    $800 5
A jockey who raced in the Grand National, his mysteries usually have a horse-racing theme
    $800 24
The Supreme Court ruled that this right may be limited only when it creates a "clear and present danger"
    $800 14
A Yale law grad, this Republican from Pennsylvania sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee
    $800 11
Zakes Mokae scared the bejeebies out of us in this Haitian voodoo movie based on a Wade Davis book
    $800 20
Leonardo DiCaprio received an Oscar nomination for playing the mentally-disabled Arnie in this 1993 Johnny Depp film
    $1000 6
1996 bestsellers by this author include "Vampire Breath" & "Attack of the Jack-O'-Lanterns"
    $1000 25
On April 19, 1939, this "Nutmeg State" became the last of the original 13 states to ratify the Bill of Rights
    $1000 15
This Swedish-born sculptor erected a giant lipstick at his alma mater in 1969
    $1000 12
Similar to voodoo, this other Afro-Caribbean religion is based on west African Yoruba culture
    $1000 21
Catchphrase often used by Russian-American comedian Yakov Smirnoff

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Georgia Gary
$8,800 $3,000 $6,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

By September 1985 "A.M. Chicago" had been expanded to an hour & became this show; it's still on

Final scores:

John Georgia Gary
$2,000 $1,999 $13,600
2nd place: Trip to Atlantis Hotel & Casino, Paradise Island, Bahamas 3rd place: $2,500 Versatel/Bank of America Check Card New champion: $13,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Georgia Gary
$7,800 $3,000 $6,100
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
8 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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Game tape date: 1998-10-13
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