Responses for show #1792 - Tuesday, May 19, 1992

Jerome Vered game 2.

Contestants

Susan Kornblum, a civil engineering technician from Brown County, Indiana

Dennis DiNucci, an engineer originally from Portland, Oregon

Jerome Vered, a writer from Studio City, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $24,000)

Jeopardy! Round responses

BIOGRAPHIES
THE FBI
FILMS OF THE '90s
BOSTON
SHOPPING
"KING"s
    $100 4
Garrison Keillor

Jerome
    $100 3
fingerprints

Dennis
    $100 9
Madonna

Susan
    $100 1
the Declaration of Independence

Dennis
    $100 23
China (or dishes)

Susan
    $100 2
Billie Jean King

Susan
    $200 18
(Dennis: Who is Joan Crawford?)

Bette Davis

JeromeDennis
    $200 8
(J. Edgar) Hoover

Dennis
    $200 14
(Arnold) Schwarzenegger

Jerome
    $200 5
Boston Common

Jerome
    $200 27
(Dennis: What is Washington, D.C.?)
(Jerome: What is Alexandria?)
(Alex: Alexandria? No.)
(Jerome: Virginia? No.)
[ERRATUM: Arlington is a county, not a municipality; it is incorrect to refer to it as a city.)

Arlington, Virginia

JeromeDennisSusan
    $200 22
Alan King

Dennis
    $300 19
Maureen Reagan

Jerome
    $300 10
the Ten Most Wanted

Jerome
    $300 15
Misery

Dennis
    $300 6
Fenway Park

Jerome
    $300 28
(Jerome: What are short people?)
(Dennis: What are twins?)

expectant mothers (pregnant people accepted)

JeromeDennisSusan
    $300 24
Don King

Dennis
    $400 20
David Ben-Gurion

Dennis
    $400 12
(Jerome: What's the Treasury Department?)

the Department of Justice (the Justice Building accepted)

JeromeDennis
    $400 16
Thelma & Louise

Dennis
    $400 7
the Charles

Susan
    $400 29
a duty-free shop

Dennis
    $400 25
Larry King

Jerome
    $500 21
(John) Connally

Jerome
    $500 13
integrity

Jerome
    $500 17
The Grifters

Dennis
    $900 11
Beacon Hill

Jerome
    $500 30
Harrods

Dennis
    $500 26
Coretta Scott King

Jerome

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jerome Dennis Susan
$2,100 $800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Dennis Susan
$3,500 $3,100 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

JAPAN
FEATHERED FRIENDS
THE 17th CENTURY
NEWSPAPERS
ALUMINUM
QUEENS
    $200 16
Fujiyama

Jerome
    $200 23
the hummingbird

Jerome
    $200 2
Spain

Susan
    $200 30
The New York Times

Susan
    $200 1
cans

Dennis
    $200 11
Victoria

Dennis
    $400 17
(Susan: What is a shrine?)

a bath

JeromeSusan
    $400 24
the heron

Susan
    $400 3
the moon

Dennis
    $400 29
the London Times

Jerome
    $400 7
aluminium

Jerome
    $400 12
Cleopatra

Dennis
    $600 18
train

Susan
    $600 19
the condor

Susan
    $2,000 4
(Dennis: Uh, what is Stockholm?)
(Alex: No, thought you might go for that one. What is [*]? You picked the wrong Scandinavian capital. And it cost you. But there is still plenty of time.)

Oslo

Dennis
    $600 26
Maine

Dennis
    $600 8
(Dennis: What is Iceland?)

Greenland

JeromeDennis
    $600 13
Marie Antoinette

Susan
    $800 21
the Imperial Palace

Jerome
    $800 20
a mallard

Jerome
    $800 5
Guy Fawkes

Susan
    $800 27
the Free Press

Susan
    $800 9
bauxite

Jerome
    $800 14
Mary Stuart

Jerome
    $1000 22
Sapporo

Jerome
    $1000 25
cobs

Dennis
    $1000 6
Peter the Great

Jerome
    $3,200 28
(Alex: Answer there is the Daily Double. Susan, you're an engineering technician; you're good with math, I'm sure. You can see that with $4800 and Jerome having $11,500, and with just two clues remaining on the board, you've got your work cut out for you.)
(Susan: I'll try $3,200.)
(Alex: That'll put you pretty close. With--how much? Three thousand? Two--)
(Susan: $3,200.)
(Alex: $3,200. That'll give you an even $8,000 if you are right.)

Gannett

Susan
    $1000 10
silicon (or oxygen)

Dennis
    $1000 15
the Queen of Sheba

Jerome

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Dennis Susan
$11,900 $4,300 $8,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

ARTISTS
(Alex: As you'll recall on yesterday's Jeopardy! program, we had a $24,000 payoff. The possibility exists today for another big payday for one of our contestants.)
...
(Alex: He's famous also for a number of windows.)
...
(Susan: I can translate it.)
(Alex: I'm sorry?)
(Susan: [*]?)
(Alex: Gosh, I don't think that's enough--)
(Susan: I didn't get the "H" crossed.)
(Alex: Yeah. You didn't get the "H" crossed and you didn't get the "A-L-L" at the end, and I don't think that's enough for us to, uh, give you a correct on that, although [*] is the correct response.)
DennisWho is H Moore?
$3,200
SusanWho was Chag.
$3,800
JeromeWho is Chagall?
$4,501
Chagall

Final scores:

Jerome Dennis Susan
$16,401 $1,100 $4,400
2-day champion: $40,401 3rd place: Paradise Found by Ken Auster (limited edition serigraph signed and numbered by the artist) 2nd place: a trip to Orlando + a 4-day Bahamas Disney cruise on the Big Red Boat

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jerome Dennis Susan
$11,500 $6,300 $6,000
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,800

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