Show #2788 - Wednesday, October 16, 1996


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Jim Ellis, a TV production technician from Toledo, Ohio

Lissa Anderson, a schoolteacher from Austin, Texas

Carl Eeman, a pastor from St. Louis Park, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,300)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Saul gave his armor to David to fight this giant but David didn't wear it
    $100 21
This animated series ended its '94-'95 season with a "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" cliffhanger
    $100 22
This plant that grows on southern U.S. trees is also called long moss
    $100 6
Ile de la Cite, an island in the Seine River, is the heart of this French capital
    $100 11
It's the jointed device that allows a door to swing
    $100 16
Sideways handspring
    $200 2
David was buried in this city known as the City of David
    $200 27
Dean Martin played himself in "Half-Nelson", a 1985 cop show starring this "My Cousin Vinny" lawyer
    $200 23
The name of hepatica, a woodland plant similar to the anemone, comes from the Greek for this organ
    $200 7
The site of this Bulgarian capital was once a Thracian settlement
    $200 12
One of these may be rip, jig or buzz
    $200 17
Sports star Margaret Smith or the place she played
    $300 3
Authorship of about half of these in the book of 150 is attributed to David
    $300 28
The fall '95 network season featured these 2 shows with "Murder" in their titles on Thursday nights
    $300 24
Sassafras tea is prepared with this part of the sassafras tree
    $300 8
This capital lies on a plain sometimes known as the Valley of Nepal
    $300 13
When this tool's jaws taper to a point, it's called a needlenose
    $300 18
Baby or handset holder
    $400 4
She was the mother of David's son Solomon
    $400 29
His TV characters included Dr. Johnny Fever, Sam Royer & Charlie Moore
    $400 25
Kentucky's nickname comes from this popular name of Poa pratensis
    $400 9
This British city is the site of the Queensway, a 2.2-mile highway tunnel under the Mersey River
    $400 14
A brad is a thin wire one of these fasteners
    $400 19
Gurley magazine
    $500 5
When first anointed, David had this occupation
    $500 30
In 1988 the Christian Broadcasting Network changed its cable channel's name to this
    $500 26
In the Sierra Nevada, the lodgepole species of this tree grows at higher elevations than the Ponderosa
    DD: $1,000 10
About half of French Guiana's population lives on the island where this "spicy" capital is located
    $500 15
"Fantasy Island"'s Tattoo would have used this tool to smooth or pare a wood surface
    $500 20
Halloween habit

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

Carl Lissa Jim
$1,900 $600 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Lissa Jim
$2,900 $700 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 13
Sergei Korolev was chief designer of this country's space program during the 1950s & 1960s
    $200 6
c. 1438 Pachacuti's defeat of the Chanca confederacy established this South American empire
    $200 1
"Ia Orana Maria", one of his most famous Tahitian paintings, is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art
    $200 14
This assistant to Sherlock Holmes served as an assistant surgeon in Afghanistan with the British army
    $200 4
Among the forts that are monuments, this Maryland one is also a historic shrine
    $200 19
His partners were Lorenz Hart & Oscar Hammerstein II
    $400 15
Thomas Midgley developed the antiknock type of this fuel
    $400 7
In 1945 & 1946 the major WWII war crimes trials were held in this German city
    $400 2
He painted a "Nude Combing Her Hair" in 1906, during his Rose Period
    $400 24
This one-legged cook of the Hispaniola has a parrot named Cap'n Flint
    $400 5
Established in Arizona in 1907, this monument has cliff dwellings but no Lone Ranger
    $400 20
This pair's output includes "Here, There and Everywhere" & "Norwegian Wood"
    $600 16
John Ericsson, who designed the ironclad Monitor, was born in Langbanshyttan in this Scandinavian country
    $600 8
In 1974 this Argentinian became the first woman chief of state in the Western Hemisphere
    $600 3
A painting by this telegraph inventor was sold in 1982 for $3.25 million, then a record for a U.S. work of art
    $600 25
During his travels, he meets the Struldbruggs, a race of immortals on the island of Luggnagg
    $600 21
The Aztec ruins in this state were made a national monument in 1923
    $600 27
"Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" We hope this pair does -- they wrote it
    $800 17
Charles Steinmetz joined this Schenectady, N.Y. company in 1893 & later became its consulting engineer
    $800 11
During the 1913 Balkan War, a triumvirate led by Enver Pasha gained control of this empire
    DD: $700 9
The current U.S. tour of treasures from this designer's workshops includes the object seen here:
    $800 26
Emma Rouault & her predecessor Heloise Dubuc were this Gustave Flaubert title character
    DD: $2,500 22
The 2 Georges whose birthplaces are national monuments: their names are similar
    $1000 18
Washington Roebling was made chief engineer of this N.Y. bridge after his father John's death
    $1000 12
When this island nation obtained its independence August 16, 1960, Archbishop Makarios III was its leader
    $1000 10
Jane Avril commissioned him to create a poster advertising her 1893 debut at the Jardin de Paris
    $1000 23
Proclaimed a monument in 1908, a virgin stand of redwoods in California is named for this naturalist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Lissa Jim
$7,100 $4,000 $6,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

As a fugitive from the law, he assumed the identity of Barry Freed, an ecological crusader

Final scores:

Carl Lissa Jim
$2,199 $8,000 $2,000
2nd place: Aroma Spa & Aroma Vera pendants New champion: $8,000 3rd place: Delonghi cappuccino machine

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carl Lissa Jim
$8,100 $4,100 $4,300
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1996-08-27
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