Show #2759 - Thursday, September 5, 1996

Bernie Cullen game 4.


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Tyler Hathaway, a futures trader from New York City, New York

Marjorie MacDonald, a systems specialist from Dover, Delaware

Bernie Cullen, a biology graduate student originally from Dublin, Ireland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $35,499)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
It's the royal forest in Nottinghamshire in which Robin lived & poached
    $100 2
In a simple fracture, the wound is closed; in this type of fracture, bone may protrude
    $100 12
Janet Leigh was "showered" with more attention than Vera Miles, who played her sister in this suspense classic
    $100 14
About 25 of the more than 250 species of these are dangerous to man, with the great white topping the list
    $100 1
Chet the Jet was Chet Walker, Bill the Hill was Bill McGill & Wilt the Stilt was this man
    $100 21
In February 1994 an earthquake struck the island of Sumatra in this nation, killing 215 people
    $200 8
Originally a character in May Day games & Morris dances, she became Robin's girlfriend
    $200 3
A slit-like wound is called this, like the sharp cut a doctor makes with a scalpel
    $200 13
Emma Thompson & Kate Winslet earned Oscar nominations for playing the Dashwood sisters in this 1995 film
    $200 15
A 25-pound heart helps pump the blood to its head, 15 feet off the ground
    $200 27
NBA players competed in the Olympics for the 1st time in this city in 1992 & won the gold
    $200 22
Civilization in the valley of this Pakistani river dates back about 4500 years
    $300 9
Some sources say this big fellow's name was once reversed
    $300 4
Mild sunburn is classified as this-degree burn, when the skin reddens but doesn't blister
    $300 19
Winona Ryder, Claire Danes, Samantha Mathis & Trini Alvarado played 19th C. sisters in this "novel" film
    $300 16
Tiger Cats & Numbats are classified as these animals, from the Latin for "pouch"
    $300 28
Number 14 on the 1945–46 NBL champion Rochester Royals, he went on to play "The Rifleman"
    $300 23
Technically, it comprises the Bahamas, the Greater Antilles & the Lesser Antilles
    $400 10
Robin's chaplain
    $400 5
Symptoms of this, defined as depression of bodily functions, may not appear until hours after an injury
    $400 20
In "Two Much" Daryl Hannah & this actress played sisters two-timed by Antonio Banderas
    $400 17
This seasonal activity of the blue-winged teal takes it from southern Canada to northern South America
    $400 29
This comical team's 1st trip wasn't around the world but to a town 50 miles from Chicago January 7, 1927
    $400 24
This capital of Tyrol has hosted 2 Winter Olympic games
    $500 11
It's the only Sir Walter Scott novel in which Robin appears
    $500 6
If your kit includes it, use one of these to suck venom out of a snakebite wound instead of your mouth
    $500 26
Richard Davalos' screen debut in this 1955 film was overshadowed by James Dean, who played his brother
    DD: $1,000 18
These chemicals secreted by some animals may signal alarm or attract a member of the opposite sex
    $500 30
In the 1st NBA Draft Lottery in 1985, this team got the first pick & took Georgetown's Patrick Ewing
    $500 25
This Missouri city is headquarters to the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

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

Bernie Marjorie Tyler
$1,200 $1,800 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Marjorie Tyler
$3,600 $2,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This late entertainer's Las Vegas museum displays 18 of his pianos, including one played by Chopin
    $200 1
The Missouri & Ohio are the chief tributaries of this river
    $200 14
Around 1620 Cornelis Drebbel demonstrated the 1st workable submarine on this British river
    $200 9
It's the descriptive name for a cake in which fruit baked on the bottom comes out on top
    $200 21
This Oz creator wrote a series of "Twinkle Tales" under the pseudonym Laura Bancroft
    $200 19
Meaning loathsome, this adjective is used to describe a particular Himalayan "snowman"
    $400 7
Winner of the 1958 Tchaikovsky Piano Competition, he launched a 60th birthday comeback tour in 1994
    $400 2
It's "The Natural State" as well as "The Land of Opportunity"
    $400 15
The Spanish Inquisition was established in 1478 at the request of this royal pair
    $400 10
Almonds are generally divided into 2 types: sweet & this
    $400 22
He wrote under his real name Ford Madox Hueffer, before legally changing his name to this in 1919
    $400 20
Sculpted by Phidias, this ancient wonder rose 40 feet with skin made of ivory
    $600 8
A contestant on Celebrity Jeopardy!, he's famous for his romantic ballads & Gershwin interpretations
    DD: $1,000 3
Four Corners in the Western U.S. is where these 4 states meet at a single point
    $600 16
After a stormy campaign, this former U.N. Secretary-General was elected president of Austria in 1986
    $600 11
The Chinese equivalent of ravioli, they give their name to a soup
    $600 23
This "Vanity Fair" novelist sometimes called himself Mr. Michael Angelo Titmarsh or The Fat Contributor
    $600 26
MRI, which stands for this, cannot be used on patients with pacemakers or artificial metal joints
    $800 4
Covering 625 square miles, it's Louisiana's largest lake
    DD: $800 17
This council that opened in 1545 was called in part to counteract Protestant teachings
    $800 12
These beans are ground, spiced & deep-fried, & served in a falafel
    $800 24
Less famous than her sisters, this Englishwoman wrote under the name Acton Bell
    $800 27
Commonly used title of clergyman Mason Weems, known for his 1800 biography of George Washington
    $1000 5
It's the southernmost of the New England states
    $1000 18
Named for a monastery, this group led by Robespierre instigated France's reign of terror in 1793
    $1000 13
Originally from Naples, it's an Italian turnover made of pizza dough & stuffed with savory fillings
    $1000 25
Rose Blight is a pseudonym of this feminist who wrote "The Female Eunuch"
    $1000 28
This country's pavilion at the 1939 New York World's Fair was designed by Lucio Costa & Oscar Niemeyer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernie Marjorie Tyler
$9,600 $1,600 $3,900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

On 1/19/96 in real life & fictionally on CBS, Marlee Matlin gave birth, duplicating this woman's 1/19/53 feat

Final scores:

Bernie Marjorie Tyler
$10,003 $3,100 $4,500
4-day champion: $45,502 + the official Jeopardy! scorekeeper 3rd place: a gift certificate for a library of books from DK Publishing + the official Jeopardy! scorekeeper 2nd place: a week at Swept Away Resort in Negril, Jamaica with round-trip travel provided by Air Jamaica + the official Jeopardy! scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bernie Marjorie Tyler
$9,600 $4,400 $3,900
23 R,
0 W
19 R,
5 W
(including 3 DDs)
7 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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Game tape date: 1996-08-06
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