Responses for show #1795 - Friday, May 22, 1992

Jerome Vered game 5.

Contestants

Julie Nahmais, a disability analyst originally from Flushing, New York

Daniel Swartz, a rabbi originally from Mequon, Wisconsin

Jerome Vered, a writer from Studio City, California (whose 4-day cash winnings total $81,401)

Jeopardy! Round responses

SCIENCE
FOOD FACTS
WASHINGTON STATE
"OLD"
WIVES
TALES
    $100 2
smell

Jerome
    $100 1
eggs

Daniel
    $100 11
Puget Sound

Jerome
    $100 26
Old King Cole

Julie
    $100 14
Guinevere

Jerome
    $100 21
Stephen King

Daniel
    $200 3
the day

Daniel
    $200 7
oysters

Jerome
    $200 12
(Gilbert) Stuart

Jerome
    $200 27
the old folks at home

Daniel
    $200 17
Lot

Jerome
    $200 22
Babar

Jerome
    $300 4
pollen

Daniel
    $300 8
Swiss

Jerome
    $300 13
(Jerome: What's, uh, salmon?)

trout

JeromeDaniel
    $300 28
old habits

Triple Stumper
    $300 18
the Taj Mahal

Julie
    $300 23
Fitzgerald

Jerome
    $400 5
a molecule

Daniel
    $400 9
(Daniel: What are chili peppers?)
(Alex: No. Jerome.)
(Jerome: What is cheese?)
(Alex: No! Julie?)
(Julie: Uh, God, I forgot the question already.)
(Alex: It's up there!--in front of you! Oh, that's too bad. The correct response--what is [*]? A little case of nerves, there, but don't worry about that, Julie.)

chocolate

JeromeDanielJulie
Triple Stumper
    $400 15
Grand Coulee

Jerome
    $400 30
the Old English sheepdog

Triple Stumper
    $400 19
Oona O'Neill

Julie
    $400 24
The Canterbury Tales

Jerome
    $500 6
photons

Jerome
    $500 10
a snowball

Jerome
    $500 16
(Alex: Oh, gosh, we finally stumped our contestants.)

Dixy Lee Ray

Triple Stumper
    $500 29
the Old Dominion

Jerome
    $500 20
Baron von Trapp

Julie
    $500 25
The Leatherstocking Tales

Julie

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

Jerome Daniel Julie
$1,700 $900 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Daniel Julie
$3,300 $1,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

EMPERORS
BUSINESS & FINANCE
WORLD CITIES
QUOTES
MONTHS
HISTORIC NAMES
    $200 1
Hirohito

Julie
    $200 26
a pension

Jerome
    $200 6
Cairo

Daniel
    $200 11
easy

Jerome
    $200 21
January

Jerome
    $200 16
(Amelia) Earhart

Jerome
    $400 2
Charlemagne

Jerome
    $400 27
over the counter

Daniel
    $400 7
São Paulo

Jerome
    $400 12
kiss

Jerome
    $400 22
April

Jerome
    $400 17
the Mayflower

Jerome
    $600 3
Haile Selassie

Jerome
    $600 28
(the) Dow (Jones)

Julie
    $600 8
Florence

Jerome
    $2,000 13
Washington (D.C.)

Jerome
    $600 23
(Daniel: What is December?)

November

JeromeDaniel
    $600 18
Czechoslovakia

Daniel
    $800 4
Montezuma

Julie
    $800 29
offshore

Jerome
    $800 9
Munich

Jerome
    $800 14
(Daniel: What is the mouth?)
(Jerome: What's an ear?)

a stomach

JeromeDanielJulie
    $800 24
September

Jerome
    $800 19
(Sir Walter) Raleigh

Jerome
    $1000 5
(Daniel: Who was Wilhelm?)

Franz Joseph

JeromeDaniel
    $1000 30
a lockout

Daniel
    $1000 10
(Jerome: What's Manitoba?)
(Alex: No.)
(Jerome: It's the other one,...)
(Alex: [Laughing] Daniel.)
(Daniel: What is [*]?)
(Jerome: [Simultaneously with Daniel] [*].)
(Alex: [Still laughing] [*], yes, "the other one," as Jerome says.)

Saskatchewan

JeromeDaniel
    $1000 15
Carl Sandburg

Julie
    $1,200 25
December

Jerome
    $1000 20
Catharine of Aragon

Julie

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerome Daniel Julie
$13,500 $2,000 $5,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

COMPOSERS
(Alex: [To Jerome] What were you writing there that you crossed out?)
(Jerome: I was thinking about Jeremiah Tower, the one who wrote the "Trumpet Voluntary"--I think it's Tower--and I realized it was wrong.)
(Alex: You realized it was wrong and you put in [*]. You're going to be very happy you did. What was your wager? $1900, giving you a total today of $15,400, and a very impressive 5-day total as you qualify for our tournament: $96,800. You are second in our all-time rankings. Congratulations to you.)
(Jerome: Thank you.)
(Alex: Most impressive. We'll say goodbye. I hope you enjoyed this week. Come and do it again on Monday, right here on Jeopardy!, won't you? So long, everyone.)
DanielWhat was Handel?
$1,999
JulieWho is Handel?
$5,799
JeromeWho is Handel Tower ?
$1,900
George Frederick Handel

Final scores:

Jerome Daniel Julie
$15,400 $3,999 $11,599
5-day champion: $96,801 3rd place: Magnavox 3" portable LCD TV + a Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! and Wheel of Forutune games 2nd place: a trip to San Francisco aboard TWA at the Savoy Hotel

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jerome Daniel Julie
$11,900 $2,000 $5,800
33 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
12 R,
4 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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