Show #1932 - Tuesday, January 19, 1993

Darryl Scott wins with $1.

Contestants

Kate Marciniak, a storyteller originally from Chicago, Illinois

Darryl Scott, an Air Force lieutenant colonel originally from Washington, D.C.

Nancy Melucci, a therapist from Irvine, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,401)

Jeopardy! Round

"SAVE"
THE EARTH
TV NOSTALGIA
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MUSEUMS
ANIMALS IN LITERATURE
    $100 3
In the proverb, it's what a "stitch in time" does
    $100 1
The Alps are an example of the fold type of these; the Tetons are the fault-block type
    $100 16
She played a Chinese mail-order bride on "Bonanza" before she starred in "That Girl"
    $100 22
Slices of this pickling vegetable are said to soften skin & soothe tired eyes
    $100 8
I.M. Pei designed the glass pyramid that crowns an entrance to this Paris museum
    $100 17
Russell, a fox, appears in "The Nun's Priest's Tale" of this Chaucer work
    $200 4
The first known public performance of this British nat'l anthem was at the Drury Lane Theatre in 1745
    $200 2
Outside the U.S., the main areas where these spouting hot springs occur are Iceland & New Zealand
    $200 27
In 1992 TBS presented "The Best of Floyd" week as part of a tribute to this TV series
    $200 23
This vegetable may be named for the white, oval variety, but we know the purple one better
    $200 9
The Tuskegee Institute has a museum named for this famed scientist who taught at the college
    $200 18
In "The Jungle Book" Raksha, this type of animal, suckles the infant Mowgli
    $300 5
Of great importance to the Chinese, this phrase is another way of saying "avoid embarrassment"
    $300 13
The inner core of the Earth is thought to be a solid ball composed mainly of nickel & this metal
    $300 28
In "The Patty Duke Show" theme song, this ballpark food item "makes her lose control"
    $300 24
The plantain type of this tropical fruit is almost always eaten cooked
    $300 10
Exhibits on Tom Thumb & Jenny Lind are highlights of a Bridgeport, Conn. museum devoted to this man
    $300 19
In "The Sign of Four" this sleuth employs Toby the dog to track 2 fugitives
    $400 6
Borrowed from boxing, this expression means delivered from an undesirable fate
    $400 14
About a tenth of the Earth's surface is covered by this treeless region of the Arctic
    $400 29
The folks in Schuyler, Virginia, Earl Hamner's hometown, plan to open a museum devoted to this series
    $400 25
Loganberries are believed to be a hybrid of the blackberry & this red berry
    $400 11
A submarine launched by John P. Holland in the 1800s can be seen at the Paterson Museum in this state
    $400 20
He wrote of a cross-country trek with a poodle in "Travels with Charley"
    $500 7
Jack Lemmon won the 1973 "Best Actor" Oscar for his role in this drama
    $500 15
Triggered by earthquakes, these destructive sea waves have been known to travel at nearly 500 mph
    DD: $800 30
The 1989 book "Love Is All Around" celebrated the 20th anniversary of the premiere of this sitcom
    $500 26
The Seville and bergamot are classified as bitter varieties of this fruit
    $500 12
This institution's National Museum of Design is not in Washington but in the Carnegie Mansion in New York City
    $500 21
Kiche is the mother of this title character of a Jack London tale

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

Nancy Darryl Kate
$1,400 $2,400 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Darryl Kate
$2,800 $3,000 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE CONSTITUTION
SEAS
LYRICISTS
THE PLANETS
EMPERORS
QUOTES
    $200 2
This part begins, "We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union..."
    $200 3
The greatest depth of this arm of the Mediterranean is about 7,000' just north of Crete
    $200 1
"Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" won 1969 Oscars for Burt Bacharach and this lyricist
    $200 8
On March 1, 1982 the USSR's Venera 13 probe landed on this planet & sent back the 1st color photos
    $200 6
Shih Huang-ti is known for 2 things: burning the books in his realm & building this
    $200 9
Henry IV said he wanted no peasant so poor that he couldn't have one of these "in his pot every Sunday"
    $400 23
The Constitution gives this body the "sole power of impeachment"
    $400 21
The Crimean Mountains form the only cliffs found on the northern coast of this sea
    $400 4
She & Adolph Green have been partners for over 50 years
    $400 13
Its orbit takes about 248 Earth years, the longest of any planet in the solar system
    $400 7
He founded a big city & made Christianity a lawful religion in the western Roman Empire
    $400 14
A favorite saying of W.C. Fields was "You can't" do this to "an honest man"
    $600 24
No person shall be convicted of treason without the testimony of this number of witnesses
    $600 27
Major ports on this sea include Jidda, in Saudi Arabia, & Port Sudan
    $600 5
E.Y. Harburg, who wrote the words to "Over The Rainbow", had this nickname
    $600 16
Although the next planet out from Jupiter, it's almost twice as far from the Sun as Jupiter
    $600 10
Emperor Jean-Jacques Dessalines changed the name of his part of Hispaniola to this
    $600 15
William Hazlitt said of this "Ivanhoe" author, "His worst is better than any other person's best"
    $800 25
The 18th amendment which was later repealed prohibited the manufacture & sale of this
    $800 28
The cities of Rimini, Italy & Dubrovnik, Croatia lie on this sea
    $800 17
Bernie Taupin co-wrote many of this singer's hits including "Island Girl" & "Bennie And The Jets"
    $800 19
American astronomer Asaph Hall discovered this planet's 2 moons in 1877
    DD: $800 11
The first & last emperors of Germany shared this name
    $800 18
"People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise", he wrote in "Of Human Bondage"
    $1000 26
This amendment requires due process of law & prohibits double jeopardy
    DD: $601 29
This sea was named for a cannibalistic tribe that inhabited the Lesser Antilles
    $1000 20
Presently the farthest planet from the Sun, it has 1500-mph winds, some of the strongest in the solar system
    $1000 12
When named Roman emperor he was hiding; Caligula had just been killed & he thought he was next to die
    $1000 22
The reason George Mallory gave when asked "Why do you want to climb Mt. Everest?"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nancy Darryl Kate
$8,200 $8,201 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

POLITICAL LEADERS
His books "No Easy Walk to Freedom" & "The Struggle Is My Life" were published during his imprisonment

Final scores:

Nancy Darryl Kate
$0 $1 $0
2nd place: Gibson refrigerator/freezer, portable dishwasher, & gas stove/range + Regal Flavorite cookware + Jeopardy! '92 home game New champion: $1 + Jeopardy! '92 home game 3rd place: Nemesis Igo Dojo handheld electronic game + Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Nancy Darryl Kate
$8,200 $8,600 $3,000
18 R,
0 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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