Show #2161 - Monday, January 17, 1994


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Lee Sebel, an electronic musician originally from Dallas, Texas

Jim Kitchel, a systems analyst from Washington, D.C.

Judy Weightman, a puzzle editor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
The fourth of the Ten Commandments says, "Remember" this "day, to keep it holy"
    $100 2
Elvis sang, "Don't" do this "to a heart that's true"
    $100 1
One day of National Hospital Week, Florence Nightingale's birthday, honors these people
    $100 16
Ozone contains 3 atoms of this element per molecule
    $100 23
Knickers, short for this word, are trousers banded below the knee
    $100 18
A Louisianan of French descent, or his dialect
    $200 12
In Genesis 19, angels warned Lot to take his wife & daughters & flee this city
    $200 4
"If we could" do this, "Just imagine it, chatting to a chimp in chimpanzee"
    $200 3
On Valentine's Day, sweethearts can the "Chocolate Lover's Extravaganza" in this Pa. town
    $200 17
Mercury added to this gaseous element will make it glow blue instead of orange-red
    $200 24
From the name of a Scottish inventor, it's what the British call a raincoat
    $200 19
A railroad locomotive, or any machine that converts thermal energy into mechanical energy
    $300 13
David saw her from the roof of his house, summoned her & seduced her
    $300 5
"By the time I" do this "she'll be risin', she'll find the note I left hangin' on her door"
    $300 6
In June this state celebrates Little Big Horn Days
    $300 28
Though the Curies discovered it in pitchblende in 1898, it wasn't isolated as a metal until 1910
    $300 25
This Mexican men's shawl is similar to a poncho but without the hole
    $300 20
Edere is Latin for "to eat" & this is English for "fit to eat"
    $400 14
Before they were chosen apostles, Peter, Andrew, James & John had this trade
    $400 9
"Mammas don't let your babies grow up to be" these; make 'em be doctors and lawyers and such"
    $400 7
Hood River, Oregon hosts an annual September swim across this mighty river
    $400 29
First identified by a Swedish chemist in 1879, holmium was named for this city
    $400 26
Mousquetaires are dressy ones of these with lengthwise buttoned openings at the wrist
    DD: $800 21
From a nickname for Margaret, it's a member of the crow family known for its chattering call
    $500 15
Jesus said there was no greater prophet than this man, his cousin
    $500 10
"The winds grow colder and suddenly you're older and all because of" this
    $500 8
Helldorado Days in this Arizona city features reenactments of gunfights & an 1880 fashion show
    $500 30
On the periodic table, Xe marks the spot for this element
    $500 27
This style of strapless purse ranges in size from the small evening bag to the large envelope bag
    $500 22
From the Latin for "storehouse", this word can refer to the bottom of the standings in an athletic league

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

Judy Jim Lee
$400 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Jim Lee
$2,700 $1,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
This conflict that began 1899 is also known as the South African War
    $200 1
Biographies of this man include "The Count" & "The Man Behind the Cape"
    $200 7
Fort Clatsop, Oregon, where these 2 explorers spent the winter of 1805-06, became a nat'l memorial in 1958
    $200 17
Tn 1993 a musical version of this playwright's "The Goodbye Girl" premiered on Broadway
    $200 24
Krug & Tattinger are major producers of this sparkling French wine
    $200 2
This Bronte heroine discovers that her intended husband already has a wife & she's insane
    $400 12
In 1793 this country proclaimed a new revolutionary calendar with every 10th day a holiday
    $400 9
Bela Kun was one of the founders of this party in Hungary
    $400 10
This 555-foot, 5 1/8-inch tall structure has a 9-inch solid aluminum tip
    $400 19
In the original production of "Minnie's Boys", Shelley Winters played the mother of this comedy team
    $400 25
New South Wales was this country's first wine-producing region
    $400 3
Cedric wants Rowena to marry Athelstane, who has royal blood, in this Sir Walter Scott novel
    $600 13
A 1948 defense pact among 5 European nations led to the creation of this expanded alliance in 1949
    $600 14
Columbia Univ. commissioned this composer to transcribe a collection of Yugoslav songs
    $600 11
A memorial 10 miles east of this Pennsylvania city commemorates an 1889 flood that killed 2,200
    $600 20
This Michael Bennett musical received the 1976 Pulitzer Prize in Drama
    $600 26
This whisky gets its smoky flavor when the malted barley is cured over burning peat
    $600 4
This Daniel Defoe heroine has many liaisons & even marries her own brother by mistake
    DD: $2,000 15
Around 1400 B.C. a fire on Crete destroyed this Minoan city & its great palace
    $800 18
This trainer discovered Nadia Comaneci when she was 6
    $800 22
A memorial shaft of granite atop this state's Kill Devil Hill honors the Wright brothers' achievements
    $800 21
In 1991 Martin Sheen starred in a revival of this Arthur Miller play about the Salem witch trials
    $800 29
Calvados is a fine brandy made from this fruit, not from grapes
    DD: $2,000 5
Charles Darnay is a nephew of the wicked Marquis de St. Evremonde in this Dickens novel
    $1000 16
After defying orders to return to Portugal, Pedro I granted independence to this country
    $1000 27
Bela Pratt sculpted the Whaleman Statue for this "New" Massachusetts city on Buzzard's Bay
    $1000 23
A nat'l memorial to this religious dissenter lies at the Rhode Island site where he settled in the 17th c.
    $1000 28
'Waiting for Lefty" by Clifford Odets concerns an impending strike of these workers
    $1000 30
Some of this Norwegian "water of life" ts shipped to the Southern Hemisphere & back to mellow it
    $1000 6
This title character is talking to Trampas when he says, "When you call me that, smile!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Judy Jim Lee
$11,500 $8,400 $3,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this southern region of Spain probably came from a word that means "land of the Vandals"

Final scores:

Judy Jim Lee
$16,900 $7,201 $600
3-day champion: $46,000 2nd place: Broyhill Fontana living room set & Carpet One wall-to-wall carpeting 3rd place: Dunlop tennis racket & Wheel of Fortune + Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo + Sega Genesis

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Judy Jim Lee
$11,100 $7,200 $3,600
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1993-09-28
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