Responses for show #1780 - Friday, May 1, 1992

Contestants

Kip Keller, a bookstore clerk from Austin, Texas

Clay Harris, a journalist from London, England

Don Westrich, an advertising executive from New York City, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,000)

Jeopardy! Round responses

"G" IN HISTORY
BOATS & SHIPS
TV TOWNS
AUTHORS
PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 1
Gorbachev

Clay
    $100 7
tankers

Clay
    $100 26
Boston

Don
    $100 6
Gore Vidal

Clay
    $100 16
the clapper

Don
    $100 18
a bridge

Don
    $200 2
the Gay Nineties

Kip
    $200 8
gondolas

Kip
    $200 27
Flo

Kip
    $200 9
Ernest Hemingway

Kip
    $200 17
(Clay: What's a timpani?)

a snare drum

ClayKip
    $200 22
things you find on the roof

Don
    $300 3
Greenpeace

Kip
    $300 11
junks

Clay
    $300 28
the Munsters

Don
    $300 10
Hans Christian Andersen

Clay
    $500 19
(Alex: "Paradise Island" is the song.)
[The song was reprised going into the break.]

a steel drum

Don
    $300 23
people who wear masks

Kip
    $400 4
Robert Goddard

Kip
    $400 12
a ferry

Clay
    $400 29
Minneapolis

Kip
    $400 14
Dorothy Parker

Clay
    $400 20
bongos

Don
    $400 24
things that are drawn

Kip
    $500 5
the Ghurkas

Kip
    $500 13
the Cutty Sark

Don
    $500 30
Virginia City

Clay
    $500 15
(Raymond) Chandler

Don
    $500 21
cymbals

Don
    $500 25
pollsters

Clay

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

Don Clay Kip
$1,000 $1,700 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Don Clay Kip
$3,200 $2,500 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

SCIENCE
LANGUAGES
EXPLORERS
IOWANS
10-LETTERS WORDS
GEORGE V
    $200 2
kilo

Don
    $200 7
s'il vous plait

Don
    $200 18
Christopher Columbus

Clay
    $200 13
the CIO

Clay
    $200 12
a quadruplet

Clay
    $200 1
his last name (the family name)

Don
    $400 3
chromosomes

Kip
    $400 8
Greek

Kip
    $400 19
(Kip: What is Africa?)
(Clay: What is Antarctica?)

South America

DonClayKip
    $400 14
Music Man

Clay
    $400 22
(Kip: What is insurrection?)

revolution

ClayKip
    $400 27
Wales

Clay
    $600 4
turpentine

Don
    $600 9
(Kip: What is Finland?)

Norway

ClayKip
    $1,500 20
Brazil

Don
    $600 15
Andersonville

Don
    $600 24
quarantines

Clay
    $600 28
Queen Elizabeth II

Don
    $800 5
the Newton

Clay
    $800 10
Semitic

Kip
    $800 21
Vasco da Gama

Kip
    $800 16
Hoover

Don
    $800 25
convention

Kip
    $800 29
India

Don
    $1000 6
yeast

Don
    $2,000 11
Cyrillic

Kip
    $1000 23
de Soto

Don
    $1000 17
Grant Wood

Clay
    $1000 26
propaganda

Kip
    $1000 30
the (Royal) Navy

Don

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Don Clay Kip
$12,100 $6,900 $8,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

OSCAR WINNING FILMS
ClayWhat is Lost Weekend?
$6,898
KipWhat is The Lost Weekend?
$8,100
DonWhat is The Lost Weekend?
$4,101
The Lost Weekend

Final scores:

Don Clay Kip
$16,201 $13,798 $16,200
2-day champion: $30,201 3rd place: Panasonic Palmcorder & Nintendo Entertainment System + Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy 2nd place: trip to the Cayman Islands

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Don Clay Kip
$11,000 $6,900 $7,100
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
19 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $25,000

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