Show #2041 - Monday, June 21, 1993


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Pat Oen, a homemaker originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Rick Grimes, a political analyst from Arlington, Virginia

Cliff Leach, a lobbyist from West Hartford, Connecticut (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 12
This excellent current conductor can be found in all currently minted U.S. coins
    $100 15
After playing romantic relief parts in the first 5 Marx Brothers films, he left the act
    $100 26
The Thompson seedless is among the most popular types of this fruit in the U.S.
    $100 1
Legendary rock 'n' roller whose life inspired the Broadway musical "Buddy"
    $100 7
Niihau is this state's "Forbidden Island"; you can only visit it with the owner's permission
    $100 6
The poem "Animal Fair" tells us, "The monkey, he got drunk, and sat on" this animal's "trunk"
    $200 13
Among the elements, Ac is actinium & Ca is this
    $200 22
The orchestra plays "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" instead of "Il Trovatore" at this film's climax
    $200 27
This beverage is made by steeping parts of the Camellia sinensis plant in boiling water
    $200 2
This Cuban leader's sister Juanita, who helped him overthrow Batista, became a U.S. citizen
    $200 8
You'll find Paradise Island across from Nassau Harbour in this island group
    $200 16
Phoebe Cary wrote, "And though hard be the task, 'Keep a stiff'" one of these
    $300 14
Abbreviated Ra, it can cause cancer as well as treat it
    $300 23
In this 1933 film Groucho plays Rufus T. Firefly, dictator of Freedonia
    $300 28
The name of this cocktail containing vermouth may come from an Italian vermouth maker
    $300 3
He's Princess Anne's youngest brother
    $300 9
The West Edmonton Mall in this Canadian province boasts a replica of the Santa Maria & a submarine ride
    $300 19
An Alexandrine is a line of iambic hexameter named for an old French romance about this man
    $400 17
2 of the 5 elements with 4-letter names
    $400 24
In "Monkey Business" all 4 brothers pretend to be this suave French singer
    $400 29
This cold summer soup from the Andalusian region of Spain is not cooked
    $400 4
He quit his appeals court job in 1988, after being rejected for the Supreme Court the year before
    $400 10
You might come a"cross" an old Dutch fort called Christiansvaern on this U.S. Virgin Island
    $400 20
Lord Byron wrote a poetic epitaph for one of these pets, calling it the only friend he ever had
    DD: $800 18
Though it's the third most common element in the Earth's crust, this metal wasn't found until 1825
    $500 25
This co-author of "Once in a Lifetime" co-wrote such Marx Brothers movies as "Animal Crackers"
    $500 30
In 1828 C.J. van Houten discovered a way to solubilize or "Dutch" this food
    $500 5
Unusual first name of skater Albright, who overcame nonparalytic polio & became an Olympic champion
    $500 11
Chicago's "Magnificent Mile" runs along this street between Randolph & Oak
    $500 21
In 1938 Nikos Kazantzakis wrote a poetic sequel to this Homeric epic

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

Cliff Rick Pat
-$200 $1,600 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Rick Pat
$1,200 $1,800 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
In the first century A.D., Pliny wrote of the Moon's effect on these aquatic phenomena
    $200 26
Gene Kelly called them "the most popular dance team in the history of motion pictures"
    $200 16
William Gaines, the longtime publisher of this humor magazine, died in 1992 at age 70
    $200 1
In May Col. John Hunt led a Sherpa & climbers from Britain & New Zealand up this mountain
    $200 11
Svetambara Jainist monks do this to the ground in front of them to avoid stepping on insects
    $200 6
For many years this "Dracula" author served as the business manager of actor Sir Henry Irving
    $400 18
The diagnostic method developed by this Swiss psychiatrist uses 10 symmetrical inkblots
    $400 27
Type of event covered in Horace McCoy's 1935 novel "They Shoot Horses, Don't they?"
    $400 22
This magazine headquartered in Pleasantville, N.Y. now appears in 17 languages, & in Braille & large type
    $400 2
On April 6 this was revived on the White House lawn
    $400 12
Cassius Clay became Muhammad Ali when he joined this sect
    $400 7
He wrote his first novel, "Robinson Crusoe", at age 59
    $600 19
Leo Szilard actually wrote the letter proposing the A-bomb that Einstein sent to this president
    $600 28
The Japanese lion dance that's performed during festivals actually originated in this country
    $600 23
Founded in 1888, this magazine adopted a yellow & white cover in 1910
    $600 3
The Hobby Hall of Fame didn't brush off Eisenhower; they installed him for this, his main hobby
    $600 13
Jesus tells the tale of a good member of this sect who takes care of a robbery victim
    $600 8
The first president of the Soviet writers' union, his name is shared by a city & a park
    $800 20
Auguste Piccard was the first man to penetrate this atmospheric layer, in a balloon in 1931
    $800 29
One of the steps in the mambo evolved into the step-step-step of this related dance
    DD: $1,000 24
For the no. of feathers on Big Bird or the No. of Tupperware parties held daily, check this magazine's "Index"
    DD: $1,000 4
This ex-president agreed to head the new commission on government operations
    $800 14
In the 18th century Mother Lee founded this offshoot of an offshoot of the Quakers
    $800 9
It was Dorothy Parker's maiden name
    $1000 21
This naval officer who developed the U.S.S. Nautilus won the Fermi Award in 1964
    $1000 30
In the 1700s La Camargo, one of these dancers, shortened her skirts so people could see her entrechat
    $1000 25
Andy Warhol, who founded this magazine, appeared on its cover only once, in February 1989
    $1000 5
Celebrations on May 2 included the crowning of King Faisal in Iraq & this king in Jordan
    $1000 15
According to Zen Buddhism, the way to enlightenment is through this
    $1000 10
This author of "The Inimitable Jeeves" was knighted just before his death in 1975

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Rick Pat
$4,800 $6,600 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

What mapmaker Martin Waldseemuller labeled "America" for Amerigo Vespucci is now this country

Final scores:

Cliff Rick Pat
$0 $9,601 $100
3rd place: Dynamark security system + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis New champion: $9,601 2nd place: trip on Delta to St. Thomas & stay at the Sugar Bay Plantation Resort

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Cliff Rick Pat
$4,800 $8,200 $4,700
16 R,
4 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1993-02-03
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