Responses for show #13 - Wednesday, September 26, 1984

Contestants

Ben Camack, a film distribution consultant originally from Dallas, Texas

Deborah Kelly, a college professor from Chevy Chase, Maryland

Ed Osawa, a student from Torrance, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $19,000)

Jeopardy! Round responses

ISLANDS
ANIMALS
SILLY SONGS
MONEY
1968
TRIVIA
    $100 8
Greenland

Ed
    $100 12
poison ivy

Ben
    $100 17
the five-dollar bill

Ben
    $100 3
Mexico City

Ben
    $100 1
(Alex: I'll give it to you right off the bat. [*]. That's what enables you to blow the bubbles with that particular gum.)

bubble gum

Triple Stumper
    $200 9
(Alex: Deborah, your thumb is working!)
(Deborah: What is Manhattan?)
(Alex: [grimaces] Oh, no! Sorry about that.)

Long Island

EdDeborah
    $200 13
[Deborah stumbles over answer]
(Alex: We'll give it to you, even though you added "witsy" in there.)
[Laughter]
(Alex: That's for witsy people.)

an itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka-dot bikini

Deborah
    $200 18
In God We Trust

Ben
    $200 4
2001: A Space Odyssey

Ed
    $200 2
Peter Cottontail

Ben
    $300 10
[Ed stumbles over category and dollar amount]
(Alex: Talking funny now, Ed? You're starting to sound like me.)

Indonesia

Ed
    $500 14
(Deborah: I learned that in graduate school.)

the Witch Doctor

Deborah
    $300 19
Thomas Jefferson

Deborah
    $300 5
Aristotle Onassis

Ben
    $300 20
slavery

Ed
    $400 11
the Philippines

Deborah
    $400 15
(Alex: Yes. [*] I am, I am.)

"Henry the Eighth"

Deborah
    $400 23
(Ben: What is the dollar?)

the fifty-cent piece (the Kennedy half-dollar)

EdBen
    $400 6
Christiaan Barnard

Ben
    $400 21
the penny

Ed
    $500 16
Gitarzan

Ben
    $500 7
(Alex: Deborah, don't you be intimidated by these fellows; you're gonna get into it.)
(Deborah: My thumb won't work.)
[Laughter]
(Alex: It will before too long. You watch.)

the Pueblo

Ed
    $500 22
(Deborah: What is Madison?)

Cleveland

EdDeborah

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 8):

Ed Deborah Ben
$800 $0 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Deborah Ben
$2,900 $1,100 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

BRITISH HISTORY
INVENTIONS
WOMEN AUTHORS
BASEBALL
SCULPTURE
"NICK" NAMES
    $200 26
Elizabeth I

Ed
    $200 12
necessity

Ben
    $200 1
(Deborah: Who is... aye, aye, aye, I forgot her name.)
(Alex: I'm sorry, "aye, aye, aye" is not an acceptable question.)

Princess Daisy

DeborahBen
    $200 7
television

Ed
    $200 21
Michelangelo

Deborah
    $200 6
Saint Nicholas (or Saint Nick)

Ed
    $400 13
China

Ed
    $400 2
Virginia Woolf

Ben
    $400 8
(Alex:They have the world's largest collection.)

baseball trading cards

Ben
    $400 22
Rockefeller Center

Ben
    $400 16
in the nick of time

Ben
    $2,000 27
(Alex: Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard.)

2

Ed
    $600 14
Kleenex

Ed
    $600 3
The Thorn Birds

Ben
    $2,000 9
(1 of) California Angels, Texas Rangers, Minnesota Twins

Ben
    $600 23
the Venus de Milo

Deborah
    $600 17
the New York Knicks

Ed
    $800 15
the typewriter

Deborah
    $800 4
Erma Bombeck

Ben
    $800 10
stolen bases

Ed
    $800 24
Nefertiti

Ben
    $800 18
Nick Nolte

Ben
    $1000 20
Gutenberg

Ben
    $1000 5
Lillian Hellman

Ben
    $1000 11
Babe Ruth

Ed
    $1000 25
(Ben: Who is Eero Saarinen?)

(Pablo) Picasso

Ben
Triple Stumper
    $1000 19
Nick Arnstein

Ben

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Deborah Ben
$8,900 $2,500 $10,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

THE SOLAR SYSTEM
(Alex: [To Deborah] One, that's incorrect, and secondly, you didn't phrase it as a question. How much did you bet?)
[Laughter and applause]
(Alex: Well, you wind up with $2,480, and you could be the Jeopardy! champion, just by playing it as safely as you did.)
(Deborah: I know my own strengths. That's not one of them.)
DeborahPluto
$20
EdWhat is Earth?
$8,900
BenWhat is Uranus
$7,500
the Earth

Final scores:

Ed Deborah Ben
$17,800 $2,480 $3,000
2-day champion: $36,800 3rd place: menswear 2nd place: a washer/dryer and luggage

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ed Deborah Ben
$7,500 $2,300 $9,100
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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