Responses for show #2048 - Wednesday, June 30, 1993

Contestants

Phil Somerset, a PC consultant from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Tom Davidson, a consultant from Tampa, Florida

Mike Boyd, a video tape operator originally from Galesburg, Illinois (whose 1-day cash winnings total $21,601)

Jeopardy! Round responses

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
RELIGIOUS LEADERS
THE GARFIELD ERA
(Alex: These clues have to do with events that took place during the short presidency of Garfield.)
FASHION
POT LUCK
    $100 4
an artificial heart

Tom
    $100 21
John Hillerman

Mike
    $100 16
(Tom: Who is the Dalai Lama?)

the Buddha

MikeTom
    $100 1
Russia

Mike
    $100 26
a stovepipe

Mike
    $100 11
Japan

Mike
    $200 7
Marconi

Phil
    $200 22
Francis Ford Coppola

Mike
    $200 17
Aimee Semple McPherson

Phil
    $200 2
Tuskegee Institute

Tom
    $200 27
[Some laughter is heard from the audience as Alex reads the clue.]
(Mike: What are shoes?)
...
(Alex: Shoes are not a body part, Mike, you knew that!)

feet

MikePhil
    $200 12
the Constitution

Phil
    $300 8
a telescope

Mike
    $300 23
Jackie Gleason

Mike
    $300 18
Confucius

Tom
    $300 3
Greece

Phil
    $300 28
red

Phil
    $300 13
a pontoon bridge

Phil
    $400 9
geodesic domes

Tom
    $400 24
Patty Duke Astin

Mike
    $400 19
St. Francis of Assisi

Phil
    $400 5
South Africa

Mike
    $400 29
(Mike: What is Holland?)

Belgium

MikeTom
    $400 14
(Mike: What is, uh, what are cattails?)
(Phil: What is--what is sorghum?)
(Tom: What is sawgrass?)
(Alex: Nope. Saccharum--think of something sweet, so you come up with--)
(Phil: [*].)
(Alex: --[*], yes Phil, but too late, unfortunately. Pick again.)

sugarcane

MikeTomPhil
Triple Stumper
    $500 10
DNA

Phil
    $1,500 25
(Alex: [*], who starred in The Birds for Alfred Hitchcock, you're right.)

Tippi Hedren

Mike
    $500 20
Sun Myung Moon

Phil
    $500 6
(Sir Alexander) Fleming

Mike
    $500 30
(Alex: One would stick 'em on.)

beauty marks

Phil
    $500 15
the Elvis stamps

Mike

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

Mike Tom Phil
$1,500 $300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Tom Phil
$3,600 $900 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

PEOPLE IN HISTORY
LANGUAGES
FAMOUS BUILDINGS
FOOD
DOWN EASTERS
MYTHOLOGY BOOKS & AUTHORS
    $200 1
Ben Franklin

Mike
    $200 6
Lithuanian

Mike
    $200 16
Versailles

Mike
    $200 11
brunch

Tom
    $200 26
Augusta

Mike
    $200 21
Homer

Mike
    $400 2
Cort├ęs

Mike
    $400 7
Bengali

Tom
    $400 17
St. Mark's

Tom
    $400 12
the fin

Mike
    $400 27
(Richard) Byrd

Mike
    $400 22
Chivalry

Phil
    $600 3
Lord Baden-Powell

Mike
    $600 8
(Alex: [*], yes, Gilbert & Sullivan.)

English

Phil
    $600 18
Rockefeller Center

Tom
    $600 13
Kraft

Mike
    $600 28
(Alex: The poet who did that was Wordsworth. Mike, back to you.)
[A judge yells]
(Alex: Oh, I'm sorry, [*]. We--I'm--I got away from myself.)

Longfellow

Triple Stumper
    $600 23
Sisyphus

Tom
    $800 4
Torquemada

Phil
    $1,400 9
the Romance languages

Phil
    $800 19
Angkor Wat

Mike
    $800 14
the Brazil nut

Phil
    $3,700 29
Muskie

Mike
    $800 24
(Joseph) Campbell

Mike
    $1000 5
(Mike: Who is Catherine of France?)

Marie de' Medici

MikeTom
    $1000 10
(Mike: What is Bolivia?)

Paraguay

MikePhil
    $1000 20
the Dome of the Rock

Phil
    $1000 15
(Mike: What is a gherkin?)
(Tom: What is a corniche?)

cornichon

MikeTom
Triple Stumper
    $1000 30
Dorothea Dix

Triple Stumper
    $1000 25
(Robert) Graves

Mike

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Tom Phil
$10,300 $3,100 $9,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

AMERICAN MUSICALS
(Alex: Yes, indeed, great musical. "Old Man River.")
TomWhat is Showboat?
$1,000
PhilWhat is Showboat?
$9,200
MikeWhat is Showboat?
$8,101
Show Boat

Final scores:

Mike Tom Phil
$18,401 $4,100 $18,400
2-day champion: $40,002 3rd place: Michael C. Fina hand-cut crystal decanter & goblets + Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune games for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and the Sega Genesis system 2nd place: Gibson's 3-piece kitchen with refrigerator, gas range, & dishwasher + Corning Cranberry Vision see-through nonstick cookware

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Mike Tom Phil
$6,400 $3,100 $8,600
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
11 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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