Responses for show #14 - Thursday, September 27, 1984

Contestants

Larry Caplan, an attorney from Tamarac, Florida

Karen Olson, an energy conservation manager from Denver, Colorado

Ed Osawa, a student from Torrance, California (whose 2-day cash winnings total $36,800)

Jeopardy! Round responses

WORLD LEADERS
RADIO
AUGUST
SPORTS
HOT MOVIES
TRIVIA
    $100 10
Ayatollah Khomeini

Larry
    $100 18
Christopher Columbus

Larry
    $100 1
basketball

Larry
    $100 5
The Towering Inferno

Larry
    $100 21
fools

Ed
    $200 9
Margaret Thatcher

Larry
    $200 12
(Alex: And you ran the category, but upside down!)

southpaw

Larry
    $200 15
In the Heat of the Night

Larry
    $200 20
(Larry: What is ... [*]?)
(Alex: Yes! Oh boy, when you're hot you're hot, and Larry, you're hot.)

a Girl Scout

Larry
    $300 8
the Screen Actors Guild

Larry
    $300 11
the line of scrimmage

Larry
    $300 14
(Alex: Yes, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis. They must've had a lot of fun going to the ladies' rooms dressed up that way, but we'll talk about that on some other show.)

Some Like it Hot

Larry
    $1,200 19
[Larry bobs his head to the music.]
(Alex: Oh, way to go, Larry, gettin' down! ... Have you got a question for me?)

"Islands In The Stream"

Larry
    $400 7
El Salvador

Larry
    $400 6
(Ed: What is high diving?)

skydiving

EdLarry
    $400 13
Fahrenheit 451

Ed
    $400 17
orange

Karen
    $500 3
(Alex: The gauntlet has been thrown, Ed. Pick it up and run.)
(Ed: HOT MOVIES for $500.)
[laughter and applause]

Chernenko

Ed
    $500 22
(Ed: What is 1917?)

1914

EdKaren
    $500 2
(Alex: (to Larry) Good beginning for you! Trying to blow Ed away, huh?)
(Larry: Let's go WORLD LEADERS for $500.)
(Alex: Whoa! All right.)

Sugar Ray Robinson

Larry
    $500 4
(Larry: What is Cat on a Hot Tin Roof?)
...
(Karen: HOT MOVIES for $100.)
(Alex: All right. Let's get some sanity.)

The Long, Hot Summer

KarenLarry
    $500 16
April 15

Larry

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Ed Karen Larry
$100 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Karen Larry
$100 $1,400 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

THE 20TH CENTURY
BROADWAY
TRAVEL
AMERICAN INDIANS
MAMMALS
THE "PITS"
    $200 1
(Larry: ...for $1000.)
(Alex: Right at the bottom. This man is greedy or smart. Or both.)

on the Space Shuttle

Larry
    $200 6
Anne Bancroft

Larry
    $200 9
a passport

Larry
    $200 15
a peace pipe

Larry
    $200 21
the aardvark

Ed
    $200 12
Pittsburgh

Larry
    $400 5
(Alex: ...and boy, that sounded impressive in those days, but no longer.)

the four-minute mile

Larry
    $400 7
Camelot

Ed
    $400 10
a flight attendant

Larry
    $400 16
totem poles

Karen
    $400 22
dogs

Larry
    $400 13
the La Brea Tar Pits

Ed
    $1,500 4
the declaration of war against Japan over Pearl Harbor

Ed
    $600 8
Marlon Brando

Larry
    $600 11
smallpox

Larry
    $600 18
Wall Street

Ed
    $600 14
The Pit and the Pendulum

Larry
    $800 3
Pablo Picasso

Ed
    $800 17
Yul Brynner

Ed
    $800 20
Los Angeles (International)

Larry
    $800 19
the Seminoles

Larry
    $800 23
(Alex: Am I the only one who remembers [*]? Are you people all that young?!? You're too bright to be that young!)

ZaSu Pitts

Triple Stumper
    $1000 2
Albert Einstein

Ed
    $1000 25
Oklahoma!

Triple Stumper
    $1,500 24
(Larry: What is the International Date Line?)
...
(Alex: You get a certificate, usually, when you cross the International Date Line.)

the Equator

Larry
    $1000 26
apricot pits

Ed

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ed Karen Larry
$6,800 $1,800 $8,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
KarenWho is Olds?
$1,795
EdWhat is Ford?
$6,795
LarryWho is Henry Ford?
$5,000
Chrysler

Final scores:

Ed Karen Larry
$5 $5 $3,700
2nd place: his and hers watches and a telephone 3rd place: an electric typewriter New champion: $3,700

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ed Karen Larry
$5,900 $1,800 $9,300
12 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
4 R,
0 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,000

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