Show #1944 - Thursday, February 4, 1993

Missing Final Jeopardy! responses and wagers.

Contestants

Les O'Shea, a real estate broker originally from San Francisco, California

Michael Schill, an artist from Menlo Park, California

Mac McGowan, a social worker from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH POLITICS
SPORTS
FASHION
BOTANY
PEOPLE & PLACES
THE "I"'s HAVE IT
    $100 1
The United Kingdom is divided into 651 constituencies & each one sends an MP to this house
    $100 21
In September 1992 Manon Rheaume became the 1st woman to play a game in 1 of the 4 major team sports, this one
    $100 16
In the early '70s, Women's Wear Daily coined this "sizzling" term for women's short shorts
    $100 24
Pollination by these is called ornithophily
    $100 6
Angelenos don't live in heaven but in this U.S. city
    $100 11
In the U.S., Washington is second only to this state in potato production
    $200 2
The offices of the government chief whip are at No. 12 on this street
    $200 22
After 9 attempts, jockey Pat Day finally won this horse race on May 2, 1992 riding Lil E. Tee, a 16-1 long shot
    $200 17
Formerly worn as a decorative item, this garment is now used mainly in the kitchen
    $200 25
An epiphyte is a plant that doesn't have these in the soil; it's supported by another plant
    $200 7
Kikuyu, Kalenjin & Kamba are 3 of the ethnic groups in this country whose name also starts with "K"
    $200 12
It can be a native of Spain or Portugal
    $300 3
An MP who's not a member of the government or an official opposition spokesman is a "back" 1 of these
    $300 23
In 1992 coach Joe Gibbs led this team to its third Super Bowl win by defeating Buffalo, 37-24
    $300 18
In 1986 this Meryl Streep-Robert Redford film sparked a new trend in safari wear
    $300 26
It's actually a modified reduced branch if you get our point...& rose gardeners do
    $300 8
Some of these Florida Indians live in open, palm-thatched huts called chickees
    $300 13
Encyclopedia Americana says these South American Indians once made cloth from bat hair
    $400 4
This group drafts & approves the queen's speech that opens a session of Parliament
    $400 29
Brian Shimer & football player Herschel Walker finished 7th in this 2-man event in the 1992 Winter Olympics
    $400 19
This main outer garment of Hindu women consists of a piece of cloth usually 5 to 7 yards long
    $400 27
A fertilized ovule develops into one of these
    DD: $500 9
North China was once called this, a name derived from the Khitan people of Mongolia
    $400 14
This kind of manuscript is "lit up" with ornamental letters & colorful decorations
    $500 5
If you've got a P.C. after your style, name & honors, it means you're a member of this
    $500 30
This Texas Rangers pitcher ended the 1992 season with 319 victories & a record 5,668 career strikeouts
    $500 20
The Basque is the most common style of this soft, round cap
    $500 28
It's the process by which a scion is put on a stock
    $500 10
When these nomads wandered to Europe, they claimed to come from "Little Egypt", hence their name
    $500 15
Of all the fish diseases we know, this has the shortest name

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

Mac Michael Les
$1,100 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mac Michael Les
$2,600 $3,300 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE HUMAN BODY
SITCOMS
CAPES
NOVEL CHARACTERS
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
LET THEM EAT CAKE
    $200 15
In a canal in this part of the body there are about 4,000 wax-producing glands
    $200 11
As the Fonz' popularity rose, so did this actor's billing on "Happy Days"
    $200 1
In 1958, the first U.S. satellite, Explorer I, was sent into orbit from this cape
    $200 20
Near the start of this D.H. Lawrence novel, Clifford Chatterley marries Constance Reid
    $200 2
The Directory ruled for 4 years until he seized power November 9, 1799
    $200 26
Heloise hints you can substitute club soda for this when you use German chocolate cake mix
    $400 16
A disturbance in the ninth cranial nerve & in the muscles of the esophagus may cause a "lumpy" feeling here
    $400 12
Max Baer, Jr. played both Jethro & Jethrene Bodine on this sitcom
    $400 7
Dutch sailor Willem Schouten named this South American cape for his hometown in Holland
    $400 21
She steals her sister's beau Frank Kennedy & marries him to get money to save Tara
    $400 3
A Paris mob stormed this structure for its weapons July 14, 1789
    $400 27
This dessert with a diminutive name is often topped with strawberries
    $600 17
Home kits checking for this look for the human chorionic gonadotropin, or HCG, hormone
    $600 13
She's only about 3 years older than Beatrice Arthur, whose mother she played on "Golden Girls"
    DD: $1,000 8
North Carolina's southernmost point received this name because sailors dreaded the dangerous waters nearby
    $600 22
Convinced he is a bank robber, detective Fix follows this man "Around the World in Eighty Days"
    $600 4
When he became king in 1774, he supposedly said, "What I should like most is to be loved" -- he wasn't
    $600 28
You can eat Zuppa Inglese with a fork, not a spoon, even though its name means this in Italian
    $800 18
In '92 the world's 1st transplant of this baboon organ to a human was performed at the University of Pittsburgh
    $800 14
The theme song of this CBS sitcom is "Georgia on My Mind"
    $800 9
Cape Gris-Nez, which extends into this strait, is the French point nearest to Great Britain
    $800 24
At the beginning of his novel "The Trial", Joseph K. is arrested
    $800 5
On October 5, 1789 thousands of women marched to Versailles demanding this food
    $800 29
Funnel cakes are a specialty of these people who moved to William Penn's colony in the 1600s
    $1000 19
To make them "beautiful women", Italian women once used drops of belladonna to enlarge these
    $1000 23
He played Rob's brother Stacy Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
    $1000 10
Gloucester & Rockport are the main towns on this Mass. cape about 30 miles northeast of Boston
    DD: $1,500 25
The first section of this Faulkner book takes place in the mind of the idiot Benjy Compson
    $1000 6
9 Thermidor or July 27, 1794 is marked as the day this tyrant fell
    $1000 30
Cassata Alla Siciliana, or Sicilian Cream Cake, is made with this cheesecake cheese

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mac Michael Les
$6,800 $10,800 $2,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

OSCAR-WINNING FILMS
A series of articles about corruption in the longshoremen's union inspired this 1954 film

Final scores:

Mac Michael Les
$6,800 $16,800 $2,000
2nd place: a trip to Safety Harbor Spa & Fitness Center in Tampa Bay New champion: $16,800 3rd place: DIA fantasy console & mirror

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Mac Michael Les
$7,800 $10,200 $2,000
25 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
6 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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