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    $300 3
Twin brothers seen "steaming" along here
(in their "Family Steamer")

Show #3423 - Wednesday, June 23, 1999

Terry Currin game 3.


Laurie Utterback, an editor from Seattle, Washington

Patrick Preston, an administrative coordinator from Glendale, California

Terry Currin, a systems analyst from White Lake, Michigan (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $15,099)

Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: A whole category devoted to...)
    $100 1
Donatella Versace now heads the fashion house built by this slain brother
    $100 15
This Japanese city's Atomic Bomb Dome has become a symbol of the peace movement
    $100 23
In this 1946 Christmas weepie, George Bailey knew he existed when he found Zuzu's petals in his pocket
    $100 10
"The Scribe of the Revolution"
    $100 16
French favorite "vin blanc" is this beverage in English
    $100 6
You may deduce that it's the branch of philosophy dealing with the rules of correct reasoning
    $200 2
These knuckleball-throwing brothers, Phil & Joe, combined for 539 major league wins
    $200 17
Buildings located on its Mersey River waterfront include the Cunard Building & the Royal Liver Building
    $200 24
(Hi, I'm Tara Lipinski) In "Gone with the Wind", Tara is the name of the plantation owned by this family
    $200 11
"The Surveyor President"
    $200 18
"Not Going Anywhere for Awhile?" is the ad slogan for this peanut-packed chocolate bar
    $200 7
It's been called the "universal tongue" & "the speech of angels", so "play on"
    $300 3
Twin brothers seen "steaming" along here
(in their "Family Steamer")
    $300 20
This capital's name is derived from the Old Persian for "warm place"
    $300 25
"Road to Bali" has these 2 stars on an island with Dorothy Lamour, who's wearing a sarong, natch
    $300 12
"Arthur the Gentleman"
    $300 30
If you order "spaghetti e polpette" in Italy, you'll get spaghetti & these
    $300 8
10-20% of babies have this temporary recurring pattern of irritability & crying that lasts hours on end
    DD: $500 4
This actress is the daughter of Kathlyn Beaty, a drama teacher in Virginia
    $400 21
Mexico's largest Pacific port, tourists flock to it for its pre-Lenten carnival & great sunsets
    $400 26
Traxler, Kyle Reese & Sarah Connor are characters in this 1984 sci-fi classic
    $400 13
    $400 29
Closely related to pumpkins, there are more than 40 kinds of these nutritious gourd-shaped vegetables
    $400 9
It means to ape or imitate
    $500 5
This political family has included interior secy. Stewart, late rep. Morris & 2 current congressmen
    $500 22
The Tyrolean Folk Art Museum is a popular attraction in this Austrian city, once an Olympic host
    $500 27
Charlie Chaplin befriends a millionaire & falls in love with a blind girl in this 1931 film
    $500 14
"The Buffalo Hangman"
    $500 28
"It Just Doesn't Get Any Better Than This" for drinkers of this "Old" beer
    $500 19
If you nick yourself shaving, you can stop the bleeding with this type of "pencil"

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

Terry Patrick Laurie
$1,100 $700 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Patrick Laurie
$2,600 $1,700 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Some have linked Detroit's Zerilli family to the 1975 disappearance of this Teamsters leader -- but not us, Mr. Zerilli
    $200 12
It's the footwear in the title of Dennis Nahat's rock 'n' roll ballet, danced to Elvis Presley's greatest hits
    $200 9
Now a "20/20" co-anchor, she was 1 of 2 women reporters in the press corps that accompanied Nixon to China
    $200 1
In 1997 pilot Linda Finch recreated & finished the round-the-world flight begun by this woman
    $200 15
In Spanish:
    $200 23
Revolutionary War traitor who became a big screen Conan the Barbarian
    $400 7
Don Vito heads this fictional family that's at the center of Mario Puzo's "The Godfather"
    $400 20
The ballet "For Bird, with Love" was Alvin Ailey's tribute to this jazz musician whose nickname was "Bird"
    $400 10
Originally, this sitcom was going to be called "Country Cousins" or "The Eddie Albert Show"
    $400 2
From 1952 to 1955 the Argentine city of La Plata was named temporarily for this woman
    $400 16
In Italian:
    $400 24
Mr. Yankovic's persona leading the mob in 1920s Chicago
    $600 8
Powerful family leader Carlo Gambino was born on this island in 1902 & died on Long Island in 1976
    $600 30
"Marguerite and Armand" was choreographed for Margot Fonteyn & this handsome partner
    DD: $1,000 11
Robert Clary, who played Corporal LeBeau in this series, was interned in Nazi concentration camps in WWII
    DD: $900 3
In 1989 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of this state became the first Cuban-American elected to Congress
    $600 17
In German:
    $600 25
George Bush veep who had hits with "Deacon Blues" & "Hey Nineteen"
    $800 14
Raymond Patriarca, a Rhode Island vending machine businessman, controlled the mob in this 6-state area for decades
    $800 29
Traditionally, the ballerina plays the mother & the sweetheart of this young outlaw in the 1938 ballet named for him
    $800 21
Guy Williams won this swashbuckling role because he was one of the few actors tested who could fence
    $800 4
(Hi, I'm Kristi Yamaguchi) In 1992 I became the first American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in figure skating since this woman in 1976
    $800 18
In French:
    $800 26
Karol Wojtyla as the Pope in Frank Sinatra's '61 hit song
    $1000 13
Italian word for the boss of a family; he may aspire to be one "di tutti capi", "of all bosses"
    $1000 28
Eliot Feld's ballet "Harbinger" features music by this "Peter and the Wolf" composer
    $1000 22
This Buddy Ebsen series had a Nielsen average of 39.1 for 1963-64, the highest season rating from 1960 to today
    $1000 5
In a 1920 poetry collection, she wrote, "My candle burns at both ends, it will not last the night"
    $1000 19
In Chinese:
    $1000 27
Psychedelic "Dark Side of the Moon" rockers twice crowned heavyweight boxing champion of the world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Terry Patrick Laurie
$10,000 $2,500 $4,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

The original title of this 1895 novel was "The Chronic Argonauts"

Final scores:

Terry Patrick Laurie
$9,000 $100 $8,200
3-day champion: $24,099 3rd place: Panasonic Large Color LCD Palmcorder 2nd place: 12-day Cooking Tour of Italy

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Terry Patrick Laurie
$9,900 $2,500 $3,500
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
8 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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