Show #2024 - Thursday, May 27, 1993

Contestants

Tim Paine, a writer originally from Springfield, Massachusetts

Brian Donahue, a research scientist originally from Wellesley, Massachusetts

Jeff Lesemann, a flea merchant from St. Petersburg, Florida (whose 1-day cash winnings total $4,300)

Jeopardy! Round

SICKNESS & HEALTH
EUROPEAN CUISINE
QUOTES
1893
WORLD FACTS
TV "O"s
    $100 11
Using the waxed or unwaxed type of this at least once a day helps prevent gingivitis
    $100 26
Galette des Rois is a special cake created for Twelfth Night festivities in this country
    $100 6
Mark Twain said, "Everyone is" one of these heavenly bodies "and has a dark side which he never shows"
    $100 12
U.S. interests deposed Queen Liliuokalani of this kingdom, paving the way for its annexation
    $100 14
While kids in the U.S. have to learn 26 of these, kids in Cambodia have to learn 72
    $100 1
He played florist, er...Father Murphy
    $200 13
This form of dermatitis is named for a baby garment
    $200 27
Carbonnade is a Belgian beef stew made with this alcoholic brew
    $200 7
A famous quote about suckers says they're born this often
    $200 19
More than 100,000 rushed to the Cherokee Strip area of this territory to claim land
    $200 15
This country's Kathmandu Valley was once home to 3 principalities
    $200 2
In the mid-'70s he could be found singing between Telma Hopkins & Joyce Vincent Wilson
    $300 23
Legionnaire's Disease affects the bronchial tubes & this pair of organs
    $300 28
Legend says Veal Oscar was named for this Scandinavian country's King Oscar II, who liked to eat it
    $300 8
Prime minister who said in 1941, "Never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never"
    $300 20
Lord Stanley of Preston gave a trophy to be awarded to the best Canadian team in this sport
    $300 16
The 1494 line that split South America between Spain & Portugal also split this north Atlantic island
    $300 3
This Lord won Emmys in 1960, 1973, 1975, 1982 & 1984
    $400 24
Singultus is the less common name for this type of diaphragmatic spasm
    $400 29
The delicate pasta Italians call Capelli d' angelo, we know by this name
    $400 9
The most famous quote from "1984" is undoubtedly "Big Brother is" doing this
    $400 21
Laos was added to this French Southeast Asian dependency
    $400 17
This country's flag has a yin-yang symbol & 4 trigrams for earth, air, fire & water
    $400 4
This "thirtysomething" star directed the 1992 TV movie "Doing Time on Maple Drive"
    $500 25
Prolonged exposure to toxic chemicals may cause the aplastic type of this condition
    $500 30
Kourabiedes are buttery cookies served on special occasions in this country
    $500 10
This author wrote of "making the world safe for hypocrisy" in "Look Homeward, Angel"
    $500 22
This state's governor, John Peter Altgeld, pardoned the 3 surviving Haymarket Riot conspirators
    DD: $800 18
By a 127-6 vote, the U.N. expelled this country September 22, 1992
    $500 5
Lt. Castillo on "Miami Vice", he helped clean up L.A. after the 1992 riots

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Jeff Brian Tim
$500 $900 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Brian Tim
$1,300 $2,400 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
NOTABLE WOMEN
BROADWAY MUSICALS
NAVAL BATTLES
ESSAYS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
    $200 3
Part of the metropolitan area of this Nebraska city extends into Council Bluffs, Iowa
    $200 18
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn was a founding member of this organization abbreviated ACLU
    $200 2
The score of "George M!" features many of the songs he wrote, including "Mary's A Grand Old Name"
    $200 1
A 400-ship Roman fleet led by Octavian & Agrippa defeated the fleets of these 2 lovers at Actium in 31 B.C.
    $200 20
This Thoreau essay was originally titled "Resistance to Civil Government"
    $200 14
This tycoon's broadcasting company owns the Omni Hotel in Atlanta
    $400 9
This university city on San Francisco Bay was named for an early 18th century Anglican bishop
    $400 19
From 1970 to 1974 she was Secretary of State for Education & Science under PM Edward Heath
    $400 5
In Germany this musical is known as "Der Mann von La Mancha"
    $400 4
Sir Francis Drake was second in command when the British defeated this fleet in 1588
    $400 24
This series of 85 essays urging ratification of the Constitution was written under the pen name "Publius"
    $400 15
This company was named for the brothers who began making antiseptic surgical dressings in 1885
    $600 10
The Cuyahoga River divides this Ohio city into an east side & a west side
    $600 6
She starred on Broadway in "Fanny" in 1954, 15 years before she began mothering "The Brady Bunch"
    $600 7
In this 1805 battle near Cadiz, Spain, no British ships were lost, but Napoleon lost about 20
    $600 25
In his essay "Areopagitica", this "Paradise Lost" author argued against censorship of the press
    $600 21
This hot cereal company's plant in Cedar Rapids, Iowa is the world's largest cereal mill under one roof
    $800 11
A Michigan city is named for this Ottawa chief who fought the British in the French & Indian War
    DD: $500 16
"The Unsinkable Molly Brown" was Meredith Wilson's second musical, this was his first
    $800 8
Russia used the first ship-to-ship explosive shells in 1853, during this war
    $800 26
This marine biologist's first book, "Under the Sea-Wind", grew out of her 1937 essay "Undersea"
    $800 22
This Minneapolis butter company has used an Indian maiden as its symbol since 1924
    $1000 12
Explorer George Rogers Clark is buried in this largest Kentucky city, which he helped found in 1778
    $1000 17
This 1960 show about a legendary king was the last musical directed by Moss Hart
    $1000 13
In May 1942 the U.S. & Japan fought the first all-air naval battle in this sea off Australia
    $1000 27
In 1841 he published a series of essays which included perhaps his most famous one, "Self-Reliance"
    DD: $3,500 23
The letter "L" in the name of this cosmetics giant came from the last name of partner Charles Lachman

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Brian Tim
$2,200 $4,400 $4,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MEN OF SCIENCE
In addition to a pendulum, Jean Foucault made a simple one of these to prove the Earth rotated

Final scores:

Jeff Brian Tim
$4,400 $8,799 $0
2nd place: Trip to Washington, D.C. at the L'Enfant Plaza Hotel New champion: $8,799 3rd place: Krieger watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jeff Brian Tim
$5,700 $5,200 $4,700
18 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $15,600

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