Responses for Show #1684 - Thursday, December 19, 1991

India Cooper game 4.

Contestants

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Alan Belancik, a marketing consultant from Wilton, New Hampshire

Dolph Schmidt, a lawyer from Baltimore, Maryland

India Cooper, an actor and copy editor originally from Denver, Colorado (whose 3-day cash winnings total $47,400)

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Jeopardy! Round responses

U.S. CITIES
OSCAR LOSERS
GUINNESS ANIMAL RECORDS
ROYALTY
QUOTES
LANGUAGES
    $100 7
Grand Rapids

Alan
    $100 9
Doctor Dolittle

India
    $100 23
spiders

India
    $100 18
Russia

India
    $100 1
frost

Alan
    $100 2
Chinese

India
    $200 8
Terre Haute

India
    $200 10
(Francis Ford) Coppola

India
    $200 24
lizards

Alan
    $200 19
Kamehameha

India
    $200 14
support

Dolph
    $200 3
auf Wiedersehen

India
    $300 25
Milwaukee

Alan
    $300 11
Neil Simon & Marsha Mason

India
    $300 28
a lobster

Alan
    $300 20
(Alan: Who is Hatshepsut?)

Nefertiti

Alan
Triple Stumper
    $300 15
television

India
    $300 4
(India: What is Cyrillic?)

Arabic

IndiaAlan
    $400 26
Seattle

India
    $400 12
Rocky

Triple Stumper
    $400 29
the hummingbird

India
    $400 21
Don Juan

India
    $400 16
hope

India
    $400 5
(India: What is «ÉKung?)
[India does not pronounce the alveolar click that starts !Kung.]
...
(Alex: The African group of languages is [*]. All those great sound effects.)

the click languages

India
Triple Stumper
    $500 27
Birmingham

Alan
    $500 13
(India: What is The Time of Our Lives?)
(Dolph: [Shakes head] What is From Here to Eternity?)

12 O'Clock High

IndiaDolph
Triple Stumper
    $500 30
(Dolph: What are banshees?)

howler monkeys

IndiaDolph
    $500 22
(Alex: He was the Crown Prince of Japan. His name: [*].)

Akihito

Triple Stumper
    $500 17
the past

India
    $500 6
French & English

Alan

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

India Dolph Alan
-$100 -$300 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

India Dolph Alan
$3,200 -$800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
CARNEGIE HALL
AMERICAN LITERATURE
1962
CHEMISTRY
STATE FLOWERS
    $200 8
the Gobi

India
    $200 9
How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

India
    $200 3
the Civil War

India
    $200 1
Alcatraz

Alan
    $200 2
absolute zero

India
    $200 26
the mayflower

Alan
    $400 11
the Cape of Good Hope

India
    $400 10
[Alex reads "SCLC" as "Southern Christian Leadership Conference".]

Sinatra

Dolph
    $400 4
Whitman

India
    $400 18
the Second Vatican Council

Dolph
    $400 13
ethyl

Dolph
    $400 27
the orange tree

India
    $600 17
the Netherlands

India
    $600 12
(Dolph: Who are the Beatles?)

the Rolling Stones

DolphAlan
    $600 5
Ethan

India
    $600 19
Chrysler

Alan
    $600 14
acidic

Alan
    $600 28
the sunflower

India
    $800 20
(Alex: Not fast enough, Alan.)

the Baltic

Triple Stumper
    $1,500 23
(Andres) Segovia

India
    $800 6
Carson McCullers

India
    $800 24
Pan Am & TWA

India
    $800 15
it is liquid at room temperature

Alan
    $800 29
sagebrush

India
    $1000 21
(Dolph: What is Vesuvius?)

(Mount) Etna

IndiaDolph
    $1000 22
Paderewski

Alan
    $1000 7
(Theodore) Dreiser

Dolph
    $1000 25
U Thant

Dolph
    $2,000 16
neon, argon & krypton (& helium, radon & xenon)

Alan
    $1000 30
(Alan: What is the poinsettia?)

the mistletoe

Alan
Triple Stumper

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

India Dolph Alan
$11,900 $800 $7,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

NAMES IN THE NEWS
(Alex: [To Alan] No, he was about to write Melvin Belli, I believe.)
DolphWho is Mandela?
$799
AlanWho is Melvin Bell.
$5,300
IndiaWho is Thurgood Marshal
$4,000
Nelson Mandela

Final scores:

India Dolph Alan
$7,900 $1,599 $1,700
4-day champion: $55,300 3rd place: Nicolet men's & ladies gold-tone watches + the Jeopardy! home game or computerized version 2nd place: FlexSteel Industries contemporary sofa + Sanyo cable-ready 20" remote control color TV with MTS stereo & SAP bilingual broadcast + the Jeopardy! home game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

India Dolph Alan
$11,200 $800 $6,000
31 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
6 R,
4 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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Game tape date: 1991-09-30
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