Show #1740 - Friday, March 6, 1992

1992 Teen Tournament final game 2.
The second and third Jeopardy! Round category names were shown, and the fourth Jeopardy! Round category name was heard, in the 2021-12-02 episode of Young Sheldon.


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Jill Young, a junior from Oshkosh, Wisconsin (subtotal of $2,100)

April McManus, a senior from Woodbury, Minnesota (subtotal of $12,000)

Cori Van Noy, a sophomore from San Diego, California (subtotal of $5,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
    $100 11
As many as 5,000 pro-democracy demonstrators were killed in this city's Tiananmen Square
    $100 1
Pretty Belle falls for a prince who's been transformed into a monster in this 1991 film
    $100 26
It's divided into 3 chambers: 2 auricles & 1 ventricle
    $100 23
Adam & Eve sewed leaves of this tree "together, and made themselves aprons"
    $100 6
These cookies were introduced by Nabisco in 1902 in a small box imprinted to look like a circus cage
    $100 18
A public recreation area devoid of light
    $200 12
Representative Jim Wright resigned this congressional office & his seat in the House
    $200 2
Pop star Tiffany provided the voice of Judy for this film about a space-age family
    $200 27
It's attached at the front of the mouth so the frog can flick it out rapidly
    $200 22
God guided the Israelites out of this country with a pillar of cloud by day & of fire by night
    $200 7
From 1910 to 1912 this popcorn confection came with prize coupons instead of the prizes themselves
    $200 19
A cloaklike garment for a gorilla
    $300 13
On Dec. 13, 1989 Pres. F.W. De Clerk met with this imprisoned African National Congress leader for the first time
    $300 3
One of the highlights of this film was Sebastian the Caribbean crab singing "Under The Sea"
    $300 28
The frog stores liquid waste in this organ & can reabsorb water from it in dry times
    $300 21
John 1:29 calls Jesus this animal "of God, which taketh away the sin of the world"
    $300 8
This snack cake, which turned 60 in 1990, was originally filled with banana creme, not vanilla
    $300 20
An inexpensive Army vehicle
    $400 14
Nicolae Ceausescu was deposed as dictator of this country & executed in 1989
    $400 4
Cruella de Vil was the villainess who kidnapped this title brood
    $400 29
The pancreas & this 3-lobed organ provide digestive enzymes
    $400 17
This wise successor of David is also called Jedidiah, meaning "Yahweh's beloved"
    $400 9
Nestle says over 125,000 tons of these chocolate chip cookies are baked in the home every year
    $400 24
A quick, casual kiss on the nape
    DD: $500 15
Vaclav Havel went from political prisoner to president of this country in 1989
    $500 5
This 1988 film told of an orphaned baby brontosaurus named Littlefoot
    $500 30
The nictitating membrane is also called the third one of these
    $500 16
God instructed Noah to use this kind of wood to build the ark
    $500 10
This almost cube-shaped candy was named for the developer's granddaughter, a "hefty" baby
    $500 25
A silent mob scene

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

Cori April Jill
$1,000 $900 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cori April Jill
$1,400 $3,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
Known as the "Father of Waters", this river drains an area of approx. 1,247,000 square miles
    $200 3
The constitution divides the government into three branches: Executive, Judicial & this
    $200 15
For her, 1st came "All In The Family", then came "Maude", the came "The Golden Girls"
    $200 26
Some dancers get their kicks doing high kicks in this Radio City Music Hall chorus line
    $200 21
It's the holiday on which the Tournament of Roses & Mummers parades usually take place
    $200 1
In Act 1, Scene 1 of "Macbeth" this trio vanishes in "the fog and filthy air"
    $400 17
The westernmost and northernmost points in the U.S. are both located in this state
    $400 4
A measure defeated in 1990 would have allowed states to prosecute persons who desecrated this
    $400 14
In 1934 he spent several months alone near the South Pole
    $400 27
19th c. women exposed their petticoats when they did this naughty French dance also known as Le Chahut
    $400 22
Nation Fire Prevention Week always includes October 9, the anniversary of this city's 1871 fire
    $400 2
Soon after Hamlet finishes his "Alas, poor Yorick!" speech he sees this woman's funeral procession
    $600 18
The Bluegrass region, an area of gently rolling pastures, covers the north central part of this state
    DD: $800 6
Though given 10 years for ratification, this amendment failed by 3 states in 1982
    $600 13
The Victoria & Albert Museum in London has the original illustrations she did for her many kids' books
    $600 28
The 1786 Opera "Una Cosa Rara" featured one of the first of these Viennese dances
    $600 23
This Jewish holiday is celebrated on the first day of the lunar month of Tishri
    $600 5
She says, "that death's unnatural that kills for loving" before Othello strangles her
    $800 19
Lake Pontchartrain & St. Bernard Parish form part of this city's northern & southern boundaries
    $800 7
Because of its secretiveness, the American Party in the 1850s was also known by this name
    $800 11
He was the Senate's Minority Leader from 1980-87, then moved up to Majority Leader
    $800 29
The basic floor pattern of this elegant 17th c. French court dance evolved to resemble the letter Z
    $800 24
The night before the 3rd Monday in April, lanterns are hung in the steeple of this Boston church
    DD: $2,000 8
"I am a very foolish fond old man", he tells his daughter Cordelia
    $1000 20
Important dams on this river include Rock Island, Rocky Reach & Grand Coulee
    $1000 10
In 1798 Congress passed these controversial laws dealing with foreigners & with inciting rebellion
    $1000 12
The only country in the world today with a reigning Queen Bea
    $1000 30
Late black choreographer whose American Dance Theatre became multiracial in the 1960s
    $1000 25
Medieval Europeans believed that birds begin to mate on this day
    $1000 9
Portia disguises herself as a male lawyer in this play set in Italy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cori April Jill
$5,400 $10,800 $6,600
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only VP to become president not immediately after his vice presidential term

Final scores:

Cori April Jill
$5,400 $10,800 $4,800

Cumulative scores:

Cori April Jill
$10,600 $22,800 $6,900
1st runner-up: $10,600 Tournament champion: $25,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cori April Jill
$4,200 $10,800 $6,400
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,400

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Game tape date: 1992-01-04
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