Show #3302 - Tuesday, January 5, 1999


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April Hahn, an administrative assistant from San Francisco, California

Michael Cryer, a software engineer from Biloxi, Mississippi

Peggy Sheehan, a teacher from Arlington, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,799)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
One of the Twin Cities, it was named after a man from Tarsus
    $100 1
According to Elton John, "Baby's got" these
    $100 16
Pro Player Stadium in Miami will be primed for action when this event kicks off on January 31, 1999
    $100 7
To us, it's a list of previous jobs; to the French it's a plot summary
    $100 19
The only candy bar named after an Alexandre Dumas novel
    $100 26
Battling stags can get in big trouble when these become hopelessly interlocked
    $200 8
This "Crescent City" was acquired as part of the land deal the U.S. made with France in 1803
    $200 2
Before Elvis sang this song in a 1961 movie, Bing sang it in 1937's "Waikiki Wedding"
    $200 17
Washington's birthday is Feb. 22, but will be observed in 1999 on Feb. 15, which is also known as this "day"
    $200 12
In France a madame buys a "soutien-gorge", while an American woman would buy one of these, to lift & separate
    $200 20
It's the "Great American Chocolate Bar"
    $200 27
The over 900 species of these mammals range from bumblebee size to others with a 5-foot wingspan
    $300 9
The city known for its Mud Hens; it was named for a city in Spain
    $300 3
Back in 1984, David Bowie had just met a girl named this
    $300 18
Title of the woman who begins a year of service after she's crowned at Atlantic City in September 1999
    $300 13
"Postiche" is French for this, our term for a men's bald spot coverer
    $300 21
"Sometimes You Feel Like A Nut" if you hunger for this bar
    DD: $500 28
It weighs up to 4 tons, over half as much as the beast it's named for
    $400 10
The Society of Friends founded this California city in 1887 & named it after an American poet
    $400 4
In 1977 Linda Ronstadt had a hit with this Roy Orbison tune
    $400 22
Easter Sunday takes place on the fourth day of this month in 1999
    $400 14
A French author may use a "pseudonyme", not this, meaning "pen name"
    $400 24
Featuring crisped rice in creamy milk chocolate, it's Nestle's "loud" bar
    $400 29
This turtle named for its method of biting is more aggressive on land than in water
    $500 11
An Illinois city was named for this "Our country, right or wrong" naval hero
    $500 5
In a song from the '20s, "Just Mollie and me, and baby makes three, we're happy in" this place
    $500 23
The only Friday the 13th of 1999 occurs in this summer month the Romans called "Sextilis"
    $500 15
"Double sens" is used by the French to denote a phrase with two meanings, one that's risque; we use this
    $500 25
You might want to keep both hands on this "crispety, crunchety, peanut buttery bar"
    $500 30
Crocidura xantippe is a type of this mouselike animal; Xanthippe was Socrates' bad-tempered wife

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

Peggy Michael April
$800 $1,500 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peggy Michael April
$1,300 $3,000 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
It was after the battle of Zela in Asia Minor that he proclaimed "Veni, Vidi, Vici"
    $200 11
The song "You And I" was a pop hit & a country hit as a duet by Eddie Rabbitt & this woman
    $200 21
In James Howard's version of the play, these title star-crossed lovers live happily ever after
    $200 26
"A Whole New World" of entertainment was seen in this character "And The Wonderful Lamp"
    $200 2
Seen here, this third son is now involved in television production
    $200 1
Al Dvorin, once Mr. Presley's band director, claims he coined this 5-word phrase, used to clear audiences
    $400 17
By 240 B.C. a roamin' Roman could ease on down this road all the "way" to Brindisi
    $400 12
She played Ruth Younger in the Broadway & film versions of "A Raisin In The Sun"
    DD: $1,000 22
Much of this musical takes place at the Kit Kat Club
    $400 27
This 1888 baseball poem got its first of many big screen treatments in 1899
    $400 3
This czar was finally brought home in honor in 1998
    $400 7
TV character who said, "He's dead, Jim" & also "I'm a doctor, not a bricklayer!"
    $600 18
Founded by the Romans as Aquae Sulis, this British city is still a popular health & holiday resort
    $600 13
This "cultured" Broadway star was a special representative in the U.S. delegation to the U.N.
    $600 23
In 1997 Jeanne Tripplehorn & Amy Irving starred on Broadway in this playwright's "Three Sisters"
    $600 28
On August 28, 1899 a film of this president reviewing troops was shot in Pittsburgh; he was shot in 1901
    $600 4
This 18th century queen thought her reign would be a piece of cake - it wasn't!
    $600 8
The male heroes of early 20th C. British romance novels were often described with this 3-adjective cliche
    $800 19
Mark Antony ended his life in this foreign city
    $800 14
He was an NYU pre-med student on a fencing scholarship before becoming a '70s singing sensation
    $800 24
"Last Night of Ballyhoo" is Alfred Uhry's first new play since this one about a woman & her chauffeur
    DD: $1,000 29
Ripped from the headlines of 1894 was the 1899 film on this "Affaire"
    $800 5
By 1795 this great ruler had united most of his people & founded his new island kingdom
    $800 9
The answer is yes if a dish of foie hache asks, "What am I," this?
    $1000 20
In 202 B.C. Scipio went to Africa to defeat this man in the famous battle of Zama
    $1000 15
In 1972 Gary Glitter hit the charts with this "Rock" song that has become a sports anthem
    $1000 25
Jules Feiffer & John Lennon contributed to this "clothing optional" revue on Broadway from 1976-1989
    $1000 30
Luc Besson can luc back almost 100 years & see if George Melies' take on this French heroine is like his
    $1000 6
One of the richest men in the world, the man seen here is the ruler of this country
    $1000 10
This tobacco-related line beginning with "sometimes" is attributed to Sigmund Freud

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peggy Michael April
$6,100 $7,400 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
(Alex: Remember them?)
In April 1974 Jimmy Carter presented him with a license plate that read "HLA715"

Final scores:

Peggy Michael April
$1 $399 $14,200
3rd place: Festina His & Hers Titanium Chrono Watches 2nd place: Samsung 28-inch Stereo TV & Broyhill Directions Entertainment Armoire New champion: $14,200

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Peggy Michael April
$7,000 $7,400 $7,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
17 R,
1 W
19 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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Game tape date: 1998-11-10
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