Show #3303 - Wednesday, January 6, 1999


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Lynn Crowell, a voice actress from New York City, New York

Dennis Thibodeaux, a computer consultant from Nashville, Tennessee

April Hahn, an administrative assistant from San Francisco, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You're gonna love these categories because they are all initials.)
    $100 13
Referring to the attack on Pearl Harbor, FDR called December 7, 1941 "A date which will" do this
    $100 1
Named for its Brooklyn-born host, this "live" interview show debuted on CNN in June 1985
    $100 2
In terms of enrollment LSU's largest campus is in this capital city
    $100 19
The company would have been called Indiana Fried Chicken if it were named for the birthplace of this founder
    $100 4
White smoke rising from the Vatican announces the election of a new one of these
    $100 26
The stage show seen here has brought this dance to cheering audiences
    $200 15
FDR gave the first of these talks March 12, 1933 from the White House diplomatic reception room
    $200 9
He & Robert Novak have worked together since 1963 & now co-anchor a CNN discussion program
    $200 3
9 years after leaving LSU she won an Oscar for "The Three Faces of Eve"
    $200 20
The formula using this many herbs & spices is locked in a safe in Louisville
    $200 5
It's the animal name of the device I'm using here TO ANNOUNCE THE CLUE
    $200 27
A song in this Disney musical asks, "How long must this go on?"--4 years & counting
    $300 16
While attending this school, FDR was editor of its newspaper, The Crimson
    $300 10
It's the territory where the ceremony seen here took place on the night of June 30 - July 1, 1997
    $300 6
This basketball star nicknamed "Pistol Pete" went to LSU where his dad "Press" was coach
    $300 21
General Tao was smiling in 1987 when KFC became the first U.S. fast-food chain in this country
    $300 14
When the national votes are tallied, the 43rd one of these will be announced November 7, 2000
    $300 28
3-letter word that's the title of Yasmina Reza's hit play about an all-white painting
    $400 17
FDR was born & is now buried in this town on the Hudson River
    $400 11
In 1997 CNN became the first U.S. news organization since 1969 with a permanent bureau in this country
    $400 7
This Civil "War is Hell" general was president of the seminary & military academy that became LSU
    $400 22
The conglomerate built on this soda decided everybody needs a little KFC & bought it in 1986
    $400 24
Warnings of these "floods" are announced by the N.W.S. when large amounts of rain fall in a short amount of time
    DD: $500 29
This musical opened its run in 1980 at the Winter Garden, 8 blocks from the title thoroughfare
    $500 18
During this 1932 campaign, FDR relied on a trusted group of advisers dubbed this--pretty smart
    $500 12
Anchored by Lou Dobbs, it was TV's first nightly business newscast
    $500 8
"All the King's Men" know this first poet laureate of the U.S. was editor of LSU's Southern Review
    $500 23
KFC introduced this menu item by building a 20,000-lb. one, unveiled with dancing carrots & peas
    $500 25
A teary-eyed person, or the announcer of the latest village news
    $500 30
Tony-winning Tony who drew big crowds with his epic play "Angels in America"

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

April Dennis Lynn
-$400 $2,500 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

April Dennis Lynn
$800 $5,000 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE "A" "B" "C"s
(Alex: The C-A-T, oh no that's the cat, le chat.)
    $200 14
The Green Mountains of Vermont & the White Mountains of New Hampshire are part of this mountain system
    $200 1
The CIA's main rival for much of its existence was this Soviet counterpart
    $200 21
A myocardial infarction, better known as this, is a common reason for ICU admission
    $200 7
In a 1976 Playboy interview, Jimmy Carter said he'd committed this in his heart many times
    $200 2
Most felines have 30 of these (including the canines)
    $400 15
The discovery of the Comstock Lode in 1859 attracted miners & prospectors to this state
    $400 3
Advanced CIA methods have included use of this high altitude aircraft; one was shot down May 1, 1960
    $400 22
3-letter abbreviation for the ICU machine seen here
    $400 8
Ring in & tell me this correct name for a young swan
    $400 12
When a lioness & one of these mate, they produce a leopon
    $600 16
The name of this New Mexico city where the first atomic bomb was exploded is Spanish for "big cottonwood"
    DD: $400 28
(Hi, I'm Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.) The first and last of my 1,815 NBA games were both against this team known as the "Bad Boys" of the league
    DD: $600 4
He's the only CIA head who went on to become president
    $600 23
It comes from the Greek meaning "deep sleep", but it's deeper than that
    $600 9
They're the 2 words describing lenses that curve outward or inward
    $600 13
In Chinese lore this big cat, not the lion, was king of the beasts
    $800 17
At an altitude of about 10,200 feet, this Colorado city is the highest incorporated city in the USA
    $800 26
For 9 straight seasons, ending in '96, this Utah Jazz player led the NBA in average assists per game
    $800 5
Much of the intelligence evaluation & planning is done at the CIA's HQ in this Virginia locale
    $800 24
A neonatal ICU may contain several isolettes, a type of this chamber
    $800 10
From 1672 to 1858 this city was the headquarters of the British East India Company
    $800 19
Like MGM's Leo the Lion, if you can do this you're considered one of the "big cats"
    $1000 18
This river forms most of the boundary between Georgia & South Carolina
    $1000 27
Located in the "Rose City", this team's home court is appropriately called the Rose Garden
    $1000 6
Founded in 1947, the CIA grew out of WWII's OSS, which stood for this
    $1000 25
Intensive care is also called this "care", like the condition patients may be in
    $1000 11
The name of this German publisher has become synonymous with a guidebook
    $1000 20
The name of this striped color pattern may come from a market in Baghdad famous for 2-tone silk

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

April Dennis Lynn
$4,400 $9,200 $1,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He made the cover of Life magazine 3 times in February & March of 1962, & again in October 1998

Final scores:

April Dennis Lynn
$4,800 $9,200 $1,900
2nd place: Trip to Mexico City & Ixtapa New champion: $9,200 3rd place: JBL Harmony Stereo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

April Dennis Lynn
$4,700 $9,200 $1,900
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
10 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 1998-11-10
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