Show #3017 - Tuesday, October 14, 1997

Peter Scott game 2.


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Jay Marx, a production assistant from Denver, Colorado

Valerie Porter, a college assistant from Brooklyn, New York

Peter Scott, an advertising manager from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Linked by bridges, this Hungarian capital was once 3 distinct & separate cities
    $100 18
She stunned Broadway by turning down her 1996 Tony nomination for Best Actress in a Musical
    $100 2
Genetically, it's the most dominant coat color, so it's what the old mare had the best chance to be
    $100 4
1,000 Chinese protested the privileges of high officials in this square, more famous 10 years later
    $100 1
In 1989, his first year as Dallas' QB, the team went 1-15; they later improved
    $100 17
To enter a pool of water... tummy first
    $200 11
This Egyptian port city is named for the Macedonian king who founded it in 332 B.C.
    $200 23
Of "Shogun", "King Rat" or "Tai-Pan", the James Clavell novel that became a musical in 1990
    $200 3
The smallest British breed, this pony evolved on an island off the north coast of Scotland
    $200 15
Herman Tarnower & Nathan Pritikin rode the bestseller lists with books on doing this
    $200 6
At age 11 in 1972, he scored 378 goals for the Brantford (Ontario) Nadrofsky Steelers
    $200 19
Sailors wore these pants long before they became fashionable in the 1960s
    $300 12
This second-holiest city of Islam houses the tomb of Muhammad
    $300 24
In 1996 this star of "La Bamba" & "Young Guns" began reigning on Broadway in "The King And I"
    $300 5
This British department store's green delivery van is drawn by a team of Friesians
    $300 16
Noted falls in 1979 included the Shah of Iran's after 37 years & this space station's after 34,980 orbits
    $300 7
The last Major League Baseball player to hit .400 in a season, he was John Glenn's wingman in the Korean War
    $300 20
They supply the weight in Olympic weightlifting
    $400 13
Known as Panormus in ancient times, it's the largest city of Sicily
    $400 25
Much of this musical about a man-eating plant is set at Mr. Mushnik's flower shop
    $400 27
In 5000 B.C., before the horse was domesticated, northern Europeans used these to pull sleds
    $400 28
In February Adolph Dubs, U.S. ambassador to this country was killed, in December, the Soviets invaded
    $400 8
World champion runner Hassiba Boulmerka of this north African country has been denounced for showing her legs
    $400 21
They're employees who go public with stories of their employers' wrongdoing
    $500 14
An old tobacco factory made famous by "Carmen" now houses part of the university of this Spanish city
    DD: $1,000 26
(Hi, I'm Sharon Lawrence.) Before appearing on TV I appeared on Broadway in several musical revivals including this one set in Anatevka
    $500 29
No longer a Sex Pistol, he was facing murder charges when he died in February
    $500 9
The 2 Olympic swimming champions who played Tarzan on film in the 1930s
    $500 22
Common name for deadly nighshade, a plant that's poisonous in all its parts

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

Peter Valerie Jay
$2,400 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Valerie Jay
$3,500 $1,300 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You detect a theme there?)
    $200 2
She said WWI Belgian refugees influenced her characterization of Hercule Poirot
    $200 23
It's the most popular flavor of Brown Betty; a serving a day might keep the doctor away
    $200 12
In legend Will Scarlet lived in Sherwood Forest as one of this outlaw's followers
    $200 7
Fishing & swimming are permitted at Tom Sawyer Lake near this author's Missouri birthplace
    $200 6
As indicated by its chemical name, the 2 main elements in table salt are chlorine & this
    $200 27
In 1971 Tom Watson graduated Stanford with a psych degree & began playing this sport professionally
    DD: $800 3
Detective Porfiry drives Raskolnikov to confess in this novel
    $400 24
Unlike other kinds of this deep-fried treat, the "jelly" type usually doesn't have a hole in the middle
    $400 13
Strep throat bacteria passed from child to child can cause this disease, also called scarlatina
    $400 8
Washington wrote, "No estate in united America is more pleasantly situated than this" home
    $400 15
You're in good company if you know that Co is the symbol for this metal used in making alloys
    $600 4
Before Nick & Nora Charles, he created the nameless Continental Op
    $600 25
These pastry rectangles filled with cream or custard are perfect for wishing Bonaparte "Bon Appetit"
    $600 14
A scarlet woman in "Shanghai Express", she was Catherine the Great in "The Scarlet Empress"
    $600 9
This inventor's Fort Myers, Florida home features handmade light bulbs from 1925
    $600 17
Element No. 99 on the Periodic Table was named for Einstein & No. 100 was named for this physicist
    $600 22
Under Thomas John Watson, the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. was renamed this in 1924
    $800 5
In 1962 she introduced Scotland Yard's Adam Dalgliesh in her first novel, "Cover Her Face"
    $800 26
Pineapple rings are the classic topping for this cake baked with the fruit on the bottom & served with it on top
    $800 19
The biretta worn by these Catholic dignitaries is not a gun but a scarlet cap
    $800 10
The Wren's Nest, this Uncle Remus author's home, was named for a wren found nesting in his mailbox
    $800 18
You win the "prize" if you know that scientists in Sweden claimed to create this element first
    $800 21
Psychological "ism" associated with John B. Watson
    $1000 1
"A Little Yellow Dog" is a recent novel featuring his reluctant detective Easy Rawlins
    $1000 20
As an epitaph, poet Hilaire Belloc wrote, "His sins were scarlet, but his books were" this
    DD: $1,200 11
Sculptor in whose home you'd find the model seen here: [Lincoln Memorial]
    $1000 16
Named for Marie Curie's native country, it was the 1st element discovered by means of its radioactivity

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Valerie Jay
$8,700 $4,500 $1,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Maggie Awards given by the Planned Parenthood Federation of America are named for her

Final scores:

Peter Valerie Jay
$9,001 $8,800 $1
2-day champion: $16,301 2nd place: Trip to Doubletree Guest Suites Hotel, New York City 3rd place: Panasonic Digital Disc (DVD) Player

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Peter Valerie Jay
$10,500 $4,500 $1,300
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
10 R,
0 W
13 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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