Trebek pilot #2 - Sunday, January 1, 1984

Trebek pilot 2.

Unaired. Tape date unknown.
Season 1 set.
Announced by Johnny Gilbert.

Contestants

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Michael Malone, a commercial property manager from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Cynthia Grove, a law clerk from Toledo, Ohio

Jack Campion, a sales executive from Los Angeles, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $17,600)

Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION
U.S. LANDMARKS
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
FOOD
SUPERSTITIONS
AWARDS
    $50 1
Long-running Western about the Cartwright clan
    $50 7
It scrapes the sky at 5th Avenue & 34th Street, New York City
    $50 12
Shirley MacLaine's "kid" brother
    $50 15
The most widely eaten fungus
    $50 6
Number of years of bad luck that comes from breaking a mirror
    $50 14
This late singer's 28 gold records were the most ever awarded to an individual
    $100 2
He's been Bentley Gregg, the Angels' Charlie, & Blake Carrington
    $100 8
Named for the channel it spans, this California bridge is really orange
    $100 16
Mary Martin's boy who's developed a Dallas drawl
    $100 27
Jewish deli substitute for "pate de foie gras"
    $100 13
The way a horseshoe's legs should point when it's hung for good luck
    $100 20
The annual awards given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences
    $150 3
Eddie Murphy's impersonation has revived interest in this little green guy
    $150 9
From the Spanish for "Cottonwood", the site where Jim Bowie & Davy Crockett died
    $150 17
She's Dear Abby's twin sister
    $150 28
This "heavenly" candy is made of whipped egg whites, sugar, & nuts
    $150 24
What actors say on opening night instead of "good luck"
    $150 23
Lech Walesa sent his wife to accept this award
    $200 4
The greeting which opened each episode of "Alfred Hitchcock Presents"
    $200 10
The building on the back of a $20 bill
    $200 18
Carrie Fisher's famous parents
    $200 29
Order "calamari" in an Italian restaurant and you'll get this seafood
    $200 25
An omen of bad luck in Da Vinci's famous painting "The Last Supper"
    $200 22
The highest award given to an American serviceman
    DD: $250 5
Of 5 series spun off of "All in the Family" the only one still in production
    $250 11
The view from this Colorado summit inspired the song "America the Beautiful"
    $250 19
They were "Minnie's boys"
    $250 26
French warrior & statesman morbidly afraid of cats & the number 13
    $250 21
It's the award given each year's most outstanding major league pitcher

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Jack Cynthia Michael
$300 $500 $50

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Cynthia Michael
$1,000 $1,650 $150

Double Jeopardy! Round

CIVIL WAR
TOYS & GAMES
MOVIES
SPORTS LEGENDS
STATE NAMES
FAMOUS PAIRS
    $100 1
First shot of the Civil War was fired there
    $100 20
Popular doll that comes with adoption papers
    $100 6
Resembling a rock video, this film inspired off-the-shoulder sweatshirt fashions
    $100 9
His home-run records were broken by Maris & Aaron
    $100 14
The only state named after a president
    $100 11
The Brothers Grimm wrote about these 2 children of a broom maker
    $200 2
It was the capital of the Confederacy
    $200 26
In Monopoly, the corner between Boardwalk & Mediterranean
    $200 7
Her film "Yentl" has been called "Tootsie on the Roof"
    $200 10
He has an I.Q. of 131, has written a best-seller, and stands 7'2" tall
    $200 15
Ponce de Leon named this Southern state for its flowers
    $200 21
Sin cities of the Bible
    $300 3
General who ravaged Georgia, then explained "War is hell"
    $300 27
To play this, you need wickets, mallets and wooden balls
    DD: $750 17
Best Picture of '42, it featured the following:
    $300 12
In 1971, became first woman athlete to win over $100,000 in a year
    $300 16
1 of 2 Eastern Seaboard states named after queens of England
    $300 22
It's the world's largest mail-order co.
    $400 4
Battle known as "high water mark of the Confederacy"
    $400 28
"Spit in the ocean" is a variety of this card game
    $400 18
She hit "The Road" 7 times with Hope & Crosby
    $400 13
Figure skater who won only U.S. gold at 1968 Winter Olympics in France
    DD: $800 19
The only state with a one-syllable name
    $400 23
Originally, these dancers' names were Frederick Austerlitz & Virginia McNath
    $500 5
The 2 vessels involved in the first battle between ironclad warships
    $500 29
It's a tied game in chess
    $500 24
Current comic hit chronicling 30 years of a mother-daughter relationship
    $500 8
Voted "Greatest All-round Athlete of Last Half Century", he was full-blooded American Indian
    $500 25
They were the opposing attorneys at the Scopes "Monkey" Trial

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Cynthia Michael
$4,500 $2,450 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

LITERATURE
Classic American novel which begins "Call me Ishmael"

Final scores:

Jack Cynthia Michael
$7,000 $0 $5,800
3-day champion: $24,600 3rd place: a trip to Hawaii at the Kona Hilton 2nd place: a trip to Hawaii at the Kona Hilton

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Cynthia Michael
$4,500 $2,700 $3,150
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $10,350

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