Show #2612 - Tuesday, January 2, 1996

Contestants

Peter Knopp, a research and development technician from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Gareth Jones, a real estate appraiser from Visalia, California

Rima Rozen, a professor from Montreal, Canada (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,650)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1720s
ROOMS
POTPOURRI
THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE
BOTTOM DWELLERS
TOP MODELS
    $100 20
In 1729 he bought the Pennsylvania Gazette
    $100 6
At a gym, it's where you'd find the dumbbells
    $100 9
To make a simple telephone, get 2 of these & a long string
    $100 1
The deepest part of this gulf on the USA's southern border is Sigsbee Deep at 17,070' below sea level
    $100 12
These porous creatures from the phylum Porifera go from the bottom of the Mediterranean to bathtubs
    $100 26
She's the host of MTV's "House of Style"
    $200 21
In 1722 Dutch navigator Jakob Roggeveen discovered this remote island with hundreds of stone statues
    $200 7
The spider invited the fly into this room
    $200 10
In 1954 this U.S. evangelist held his first crusade in Britain
    $200 2
About 2/3 of this Danish island lies north of the Arctic Circle
    $200 13
One of the largest of these bewhiskered bottom-dwelling fish is the European Wels at 15'
    $200 27
David Copperfield is putting the magic in this German's love life
    $300 22
His "Brandenburg Concertos" were completed in 1721
    $300 8
"General" knowledge is used to plan a battle in one
    $300 11
It's the German-American name for Santa Claus
    $300 3
Headquarters House in this city was once the seat of the Jamaican government
    $300 14
The crayfish found in this famous Kentucky landmark are blind
    $300 28
Lucky Vanous got this lucky break drinking this while bare-chested in a famous commercial
    $400 23
During part of the 1720s the British had this Scottish Robin Hood under arrest
    $400 16
Though it sounds like a place to sketch, it's a common setting for a play about polite society
    $400 18
The ancient Roman festival called Lupercalia was named for this animal
    $400 4
Rafael Trujillo's dictatorship over this nation lasted from 1930 until his 1961 assassination
    $400 15
The American species of this bottom-dwelling crustacean is usually caught in a "pot"
    $400 29
This 4-time Sports Illustrated cover girl from down under went way up in 1994: she climbed Kilimanjaro
    $500 24
This M.P., scientist & architect was entombed in St. Paul's Cathedral in 1723
    $500 17
The name of this room where you get sun is a Latin word for a terrace
    $500 19
It's the meat in a Quiche Lorraine
    DD: $500 5
South America's northernmost point is Punta Gallinas in this country
    $500 25
Scientists have found 5' long ones near hydrothermal vents in the ocean
    $500 30
This Milanese male model featured on many romance covers also writes romance novels, including "Pirate"

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

Rima Gareth Peter
$900 $900 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rima Gareth Peter
$3,300 $1,300 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
THE MOVIES
TRAVEL U.S.A.
CHEMISTRY
WOMEN AUTHORS
PICASSO
    $200 1
In September 1890 this church discontinued the sanctioning of polygamy
    $200 2
This basketball "Stilt" co-starred in 1984's "Conan the Destroyer"
    $200 6
Cliff Walk, a dramatic 3-mile path along the coast, is a highlight of this Rhode Island resort city
    $200 8
By definition, an anhydrous compound doesn't have this in it
    $200 5
Margaret Truman wrote a 1969 book about pets who lived in this famous residence
    $200 26
This was the color of Picasso's period from 1901 to 1904; by 1905 he had turned to rose
    $400 4
He didn't command the famous charge on the third day at Gettysburg that's now named for him
    $400 3
This director of "The Doors" appeared as a college professor in the film
    $400 18
You can take guided tours of poet Carl Sandburg's home in Flat Rock in this "Tar Heel State"
    $400 12
Number of carbon atoms in each molecule of carbon dioxide
    $400 7
Maya Angelou played Nyo Boto, Kunta Kinte's grandmother, in this TV miniseries
    $400 27
Of nearly 5,000, about 10,000 or over 20,000, the estimated total number of works Picasso produced
    $600 9
Saying he "smelled a rat", Patrick Henry didn't attend this May 1787 convention
    $600 10
You may have forgotten 1994's "Clean Slate" starred this "SNL" church lady as an amnesiac
    $600 19
Greenville in this state is the home of the annual Delta Blues Festival
    $600 15
It's time you gave us these symbols for americium & promethium
    $600 11
"Nothing is so good as it seems beforehand", she wrote in "Silas Marner"
    $600 28
Picasso had 2 children with Francoise Gilot: Claude & this woman
    DD: $2,000 24
In the 1930s in Berkeley, Herbert McLean Evans isolated this vitamin from wheat germ oil
    $800 22
Max on "Hart to Hart", his last film role was in 1995's "The Last Good Time"
    $800 20
This presidential home 8 miles south of Alexandria, VA. is open every day of the year, including holidays
    $800 16
The equation m/V=d means mass divided by volume determines this
    $800 13
This Dane wrote her only novel, "The Angelic Avengers", under the pseudonym Pierre Andrezel
    $800 29
In 1971 this museum honored Picasso's 90th birthday by hanging his work in its Grande Galerie
    $1000 25
In the 1900s both this progressive & his son Philip were elected governor of Wisconsin
    $1000 23
The McTeagues in 1994's "Greedy" share the name of the main character in this German director's classic "Greed"
    $1000 21
The Jersey Lily, the saloon this judge named for actress Lillie Langtry, is an attraction in Langtry, Texas
    $1000 17
The principle behind this police tool is a redox reaction
    DD: $1,000 14
This American studied psychology with Wm. James before moving to Paris with her brother Leo in 1903
    $1000 30
Picasso met & married dancer Olga Koklova while working for this ballet company

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rima Gareth Peter
$2,700 $6,700 $4,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE SUPREME COURT
He served as chief justice for more of the 20th century than any other man--17 years

Final scores:

Rima Gareth Peter
$100 $5,199 $2,800
3rd place: Samsung fax machine New champion: $5,199 2nd place: Bush home entertainment cabinet

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rima Gareth Peter
$3,700 $6,700 $6,100
17 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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