Show #2716 - Monday, May 27, 1996

Contestants

Sharon Heiman, a speech-language pathologist from Austin, Texas

Steve Cunningham, a mortgage banker from Connecticut

Don Lemmer, an attorney originally from Fort Campbell, Kentucky (whose 1-day cash winnings total $17,599)

Jeopardy! Round

EXODUS
(Alex: As in the Bible.)
TELEVISION
JANUARY 11, 1996
IRELAND
1960s NO. 1 HITS
FAMOUS HOMES
(Alex: We will tell you about the home; you identify the famous person that owned that home.)
    $100 26
He told Moses his name was "I Am"
    $100 1
This executive producer of "Beverly Hills, 90210" was the producer of "The Smothers Brothers Show"
    $100 18
Ryutaro Hashimoto was sworn in as this country's 8th prime minister in 7 years
    $100 16
The National Stud in County Kildare provides expert advice on breeding these creatures
    $100 11
"Good Vibrations" in 1966 was this group's last No. 1 hit of the '60s
    $100 6
Fair Lane in Dearborn, Michigan
    $200 27
This "bread" that appeared every morning in the desert usually couldn't be kept overnight; it melted
    $200 2
This "Today" show co-host initially gave sports reports on the show 3 times a week
    $200 22
This ship belonging to Jacques Cousteau sank in a Singapore shipyard
    $200 17
This second-largest city, whose Irish name is Corcaigh, is sometimes called the City of Spires
    $200 12
Written by Smokey Robinson, Mary Wells' "My Guy" was this label's first No. 1 hit
    $200 7
Holmesdale in Pittsfield, Massachusetts
    $300 28
In Chapter 1 Pharaoh ordered the Hebrew midwives to do this
    $300 3
This "Let's Make A Deal" host began his career on the game show "Who Am I?" in Canada
    $300 23
He was given a 4-year, $8 million contract to coach the Miami Dolphins
    $300 19
In 1984 this U.S. president visited Ballyporeen, his ancestral village
    $300 13
Co-written by Smokey Robinson, "My Girl" was this group's first No. 1 hit
    $300 8
Lindenwald in Kinderhook, New York
    $400 29
The Breastplate of Judgment had this many stones set in it, one for each tribe
    $400 4
Brooke Shields, Jean-Claude Van Damme & Julia Roberts appeared on this sitcom on Super Bowl Sunday 1996
    $400 24
Many world leaders attended his funeral mass in Notre Dame Cathedral
    $400 20
Some say this fount of eloquence is part of the stone of Scone, the ancient Scottish crowning seat
    $400 14
In February 1961 his "Calcutta" was a one & a two on the charts
    $400 9
Chartwell in Kent, England
    $500 30
If thou lend money to a person poorer than thee, thou shall not lay upon him usury, which is this
    $500 5
In 1986 he limited his involvement in "The 700 Club" to run for president
    $500 25
The shuttle Endeavour blasted off to retrieve a satellite containing these amphibians
    $500 21
John Robert Gregg, who invented a form of this, grew up in Rockcorry, County Monaghan
    $500 15
In 1962 this Four Seasons girl knocked Tommy Roe's "Sheila" from the top spot
    DD: $500 10
Taliesin in Spring Creek, Wisconsin

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

Don Steve Sharon
$1,100 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Steve Sharon
$2,100 $2,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

HAWAIIANS
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
SCIENCE
OPERAS & OPERETTAS
THE 20TH CENTURY
PLAYS
    $200 6
In September 1991 24-year-old Carolyn Sapp became the first Miss Hawaii to ascend to this title
    $200 1
This date, New Year's Eve in the U.S., has been celebrated as Feed Yourself Day in Benin
    $200 13
This fossilized tree resin is found in abundance along the shores of the Baltic Sea
    $200 7
President Venustiano Carranza of this North American country was assassinated in 1920
    $200 14
This "Wild & Crazy" comedian made his playwriting debut with "Picasso at the Lapin Agile"
    $400 12
Salevaa Atisanoe participated in this Japanese sport under the name Konishiki
    $400 2
This annual day is usually observed in schools specifically to stress forest preservation
    $400 17
A lack of this element, symbol Mn, causes the leaves of plants to turn yellow
    $400 8
Later merged with the AFL, this federation of industrial unions was formed in 1938
    $400 15
Grovers Corners, the setting for this Thornton Wilder play, was modeled on Peterborough, New Hampshire
    $600 3
The conversion of this "Apostle of the Gentiles" on January 25 is a major Episcopal holy day
    $600 18
Term for the temperature at which cooled water vapor turns into liquid water
    $600 22
In a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta, Captain Corcoran commands this title ship
    $600 9
Strikes against these 2 "generals" ended March 13, 1946
    $600 16
This title bird in a Chekhov play symbolizes the restless Nina
    DD: $1,400 4
On October 2 Guinea celebrates its independence from this European country
    $800 20
This fast-spinning instrument is used to separate blood cells from plasma
    $800 23
Baron Zeta wants the wealthy Hanna Glawari to marry Count Danilo in this "merriest" of operettas
    $800 10
In May 1926 Roald Amundsen flew over the North Pole, from Spitsbergen in this country to Teller, Alaska
    $800 19
3 items used in the ritual of excommunication give this John Van Druten play its title
    $1000 5
This South American country marks the independence of Cartagena each November 11
    $1000 21
Between 1971 & 1982, the Soviets launched 7 of these space stations into orbit
    $1000 25
Superintendent Budd is a character in this "Billy Budd" composer's comic opera "Albert Herring"
    $1000 11
U Aung San negotiated this country's independence but was killed in 1947 before it took effect
    DD: $1,200 24
A 1960 adaptation of this opera began with a flashback to Ford's Theatre

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Steve Sharon
$5,100 $5,600 $2,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ANAGRAMS
(Alex: We need two words.)
Anagrams of each other, one is a synonym for home, the other the material it might be made of

Final scores:

Don Steve Sharon
$1 $600 $1
2nd place: Broyhill Fontana living room set New champion: $600 3rd place: Official international flag collectors' pin set of the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Don Steve Sharon
$5,100 $5,500 $3,600
19 R,
5 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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