Show #2159 - Thursday, January 13, 1994


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Tim Grome, a medical student originally from Cold Spring, Kentucky

Judy Weightman, a puzzle editor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Dennis O'Brien, a computer programmer from East Meadow, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
When exposed to ultraviolet radiation, a phosphoric substance will emit this
    $100 16
Nuns sing "How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria?" in this film
    $100 24
A person serving this desert mammal might ask you, "One hump or two?"
    $100 4
This man with a golden touch was the son of Gordius & Cybele
    $100 14
Castro is probably the most famous man with this name from Latin meaning "faithful"
    $100 1
Beverage referred to as battery acid, blackout & paint remover
    $200 10
The International Date Line runs north & south through the Pacific mainly along this meridian
    $200 18
In 1952 she was "Singin' in the Rain"; in 1966 she was "The Singing Nun"
    $200 25
Some people really do eat this rodent, but we assume they remove the quills first
    $200 5
Ares was the father of this race of warrior women
    $200 15
Actor-director Welles might have been able to tell you that this name means "little bear"
    $200 2
These have been called "chest hardware"
    $300 12
In the ocean the food chain typically begins with this mass of microscopic plants & animals
    DD: $700 19
Recent film that featured the following: "Nothing you could say
could tear me away from my God (my God) / Nothing you could do 'cause I'm stuck like glue to my God (my God, my God)...
    $300 28
Garlic ice cream & garlic candy kisses are served at the Garlic Festival in Gilroy in this West Coast state
    $300 9
Eros was the personification of this emotion
    $300 17
The name of a major character in "Dr. Zhivago", it's a shortened form of Larissa
    $300 3
A GI Jesus is a chaplain & a jumping Jesus is a chaplain in this unit
    $400 26
In 1938 Otto Hahn & Fritz Strassman discovered this process of splitting an atom
    $400 20
This director's 1938 suspense film "The Lady Vanishes" features a mysterious nun in high heels
    $400 29
Joy of Cooking suggests serving this animal's head at Christmas with carrots in place of the tusks
    $400 11
This man was imprisoned with his son Icarus in the Labyrinth by King Minos
    $400 22
This name of a naked lady is a Latinization of God gifu meaning "God's gift"
    $400 7
These huge naval ships have been referred to as bird boats
    $500 27
Cerium, a rare earth metal, was named for this asterioid discovered 2 years before the element
    $500 21
In "Robin and Marian", she played Robin Hood's fair lady Maid Marian, who has become a nun
    $500 30
Prejean's Restaurant in Lafayette, Louisiana features an entire meal based on this large reptile
    $500 13
Alcmena gave birth to twin sons: Iphicces by Amphitryon & this great hero by Zeus
    $500 23
Vanya is a nickname for Russians whose given name is this, their form of John
    $500 8
Army men called theirs Li'l Abners & the WACs called the ones issued them gruesome twosomes

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

Dennis Judy Tim
$1,300 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Judy Tim
$2,300 $3,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
Around 1683 this Sun King secretly married his mistress Madame de Maintenon
    $200 20
This character is a barber in one opera & Count Almaviva's valet in another
    $200 23
A is the abbreviation of this unit of electric current
    $200 8
Mazatlan, which means "place of deer" in the Nahuatl language, is a resort city in this country
    $200 2
In the Lord's Prayer, the 2 places our Father's will be done
    $200 1
Thomas A. Hendricks for his first term & Adlai E. Stevenson for his second
    $400 10
Madame du Barry was born in this region of France that's now known for its fine sparkling wine
    $400 22
Enrico Caruso starred as Lieutenant Pinkerton when this opera played at the Met in 1907
    $400 24
It's 27 cubic feet
    $400 9
This English county's name was derived from Old English for "South Saxons", Suth Seaxe
    $400 4
George Hensley of Tenn. started the practice of "handling" these creatures in his ministry before 1910
    $400 15
After serving as sheriff of Erie County, N.Y., Cleveland became mayor of this city in Erie County
    $600 11
Mary of Guise, a member of the powerful Guise family of France, was the mother of this Scotswoman
    $600 28
At end of this Verdi opera, Violetta Valery dies in the arms of her lover Alfredo Germont
    $600 25
20 long hundredweight, are equivalent to a long one of these
    $600 12
Durban, a city in this country, was named for Sir Benjamin D'Urban, a governor of the Cape Colony
    $600 5
As King James is known for his Bible, Caliph Uthman is known for this holy book
    $600 16
Cleveland sent federal troops to Illinois to intervene in a strike of these workers led by Eugene V. Debs
    $800 19
Gaspard de Coligny, a Huguenot leader was thrown out a window & killed during this massacre
    $800 29
This Beethoven opera is based on one titled "Leonore, or Conjugal Love"
    $800 26
Surveyors use this unit of measure that's subdivided into 100 links
    $800 13
Chilean seaport whose name is Spanish for "valley of paradise"
    $800 6
There's a Roman Catholic devotion to this part of Jesus, a symbol of his love for humanity
    DD: $800 17
Cleveland was defeated for president by this man in 1888 & defeated him in 1892
    DD: $1,600 21
For almost 500 years, the eldest son of the King of France was known by this title
    $1000 30
This opera opens in the cottage of Peter the broommaker
    $1000 27
This metric measure of area is almost 2 1/2 acres
    $1000 14
The name of this grand duchy comes from a Germanic word for "little fortress"
    $1000 7
Nyingmapa Buddhists are distinguished from the Gelugpa Sect by the color of these
    $1000 18
Cleveland tried in vain to restore this queen to the throne of Hawaii

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dennis Judy Tim
$6,500 $6,700 $3,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Sir William Catesby's last line in this play is "Withdraw, my lord; I'll help you to a horse"

Final scores:

Dennis Judy Tim
$12,999 $13,300 $202
2nd place: trip to England & stay at Conrad London + computerized version of Jeopardy! or the home game New champion: $13,300 3rd place: Panasonic global positioning system + computerized version of Jeopardy! or the home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dennis Judy Tim
$7,300 $6,300 $4,700
20 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,300

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Game tape date: 1993-09-27
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