Show #2432 - Tuesday, March 14, 1995

Jonathan Groff game 1.


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Jonathan Groff, a writer and actor from New York City, New York

Kathy McNamara, a teacher originally from Oak Park, Illinois

Julie Bell, a business attorney from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $5,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice "eye", E-Y-E, in quotation marks. That will appear in each correct response.)
    $100 4
In 1600 the first published edition of this comedy spelled the title word "Ado" Adoe
    $100 24
A man's hairpiece
    $100 1
After his encounter with the Great Fish, he warned Nineveh of its great evil & the city repented
    $100 16
Eggs Sardou, like Eggs Benedict, is topped with this sauce
    $100 11
Ling-Ling, the oldest of these creatures outside China, died at the National Zoo in December
    $100 19
According to The Eagles, "You can't hide" these
    $200 7
Enobarbus says Antony won't leave her because "Age cannot wither her, not custom stale her infinite variety"
    $200 25
To get one's bearings, or another term for the Far East
    $200 2
He sent Igal the Issacharite to scout the Promised Land in Numbers 13:7
    $200 17
In the Mideast this pocket bread is cut into wedges & used as a dipper for hummus
    $200 12
In December Premier Constantine Mitsotakis made his daughter Culture Minister of this country
    $200 20
In a 1921 hit title, this exclamation followed "Ma!"
    $300 8
This woman tells her husband, "Your face, my thane, is as a book where men may read strange matters"
    $300 26
To move about hurriedly, or a framework formerly worn by women to puff out their skirts
    $300 3
Originally an agricultural festival, the Feast of the Unleavened Bread was combined with this holiday
    $300 18
It's the tall narrow glass used to serve a dessert of ice cream layered with fruit & whipped cream
    $300 13
In September this "Long Island Lolita" pleaded guilty to shooting Mary Jo Buttafuoco
    $300 21
Van Morrison's first Top 10 hit was this colorful tune
    $400 9
The play "Cymbeline" gave us the song that says, "Hark! Hark!" this bird "at heaven's gate sings"
    $400 27
It's the club-shaped tool used to pound substances in a mortar
    $400 5
The King James Version translates the Hebrew word Sheol as this place
    $400 29
When milk coagulates, it separates into these 2 parts
    $400 14
She married Timothy Laurence after divorcing Captain Mark Phillips in April
    $400 22
This 1912 songs is perfect for St. Patrick's Day
    DD: $1,000 10
In this play Mercutio says, "A plague o' both your houses!" 3 times before he dies
    $500 28
From the Latin word for "bear", it's an adjective meaning bearlike
    $500 6
Joab killed this rebellious son of David though David had said to spare him
    $500 30
In the leg & shoulder section of a pig, this cut is between the picnic ham & the pig's feet
    $500 15
This former World Chess Champion was indicted for breaking U.S. sanctions against Yugoslavia
    $500 23
It was the theme to "Rocky III"

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

Julie Kathy Jonathan
$1,100 $200 $2,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Kathy Jonathan
$2,000 $3,000 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1831 this state's first railroad, the Mohawk & Hudson, began operating between Albany & Schenectady
    $200 1
The liquid inside the stem of a plant, it's lunch for an aphid
    $200 24
The Royal Society of this English capital established the Copley Medal ini 1731
    $200 21
This country's jarabe tapatio dance is so named because a tapatio is a person from Guadalajara
    $200 7
You can reach Fort Sumter by boat from this city's municipal marina or from Patriots Point
    $200 15
Gloria Naylor's 1982 novel "The Women of" this "Place" won an American Book Award & became a TV miniseries
    $400 3
In 1824 the Army built 2 forts in this present state to prepare for immigration of the Five Civilized Tribes
    $400 20
Some plants' seeds are dispersed by animals or birds; dandelion seeds are designed to be spread by this
    $400 25
The reverse of this oldest U.S. medal says "For Military Merit"
    $400 22
18th century dancer Sebastian Cerezo, not Maurice Ravel, added ballet steps to this Spanish dance
    $400 8
More than 30 thoroughfares in this city contain the word "Peachtree" in their names
    $400 16
Ole E. Rolvaag's "Giants in the Earth" is set on the American frontier but was 1st published in this language
    $600 4
From 1968 to 1970, this future running mate of George McGovern was Ambassador to France
    DD: $2,000 12
Lichens are formed by algae combining with this type of organism
    $600 26
Chartered in 1919, this U.S. veterans' organization awards medals to elementary & high school students
    $600 27
The legong is a pantomimic dance traditionally performed by little girls on this Indonesian island
    $600 9
Native Americans called the site of this Louisiana capital Istrouma
    $600 17
"Tsotsi" is the only published novel by Athol Fugard, this country's most famous playwright
    DD: $1,900 5
When President Kennedy selected him to be Sec'y of Defense, he was President of the Ford Motor Company
    $800 14
The barbs on a bird's feathers are made of this protein, like your hair
    $800 29
In 1964 this Illinois poet was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom
    $800 23
Bharata natyam, which originated in temples in this country, features symbolic hand gestures called mudras
    $800 10
Incorporated in 1828, Louisville became an important port on this river
    $800 18
"Streets of Night" is a novel about Harvard by this Harvard graduate who also wrote "U.S.A."
    $1000 6
In 1890 2 bituminous labor organizations merged to form this union
    $1000 13
Many female moths attract males by releasing scented chemicals known as these
    $1000 30
In 1904 this U.S. steel magnate established his Hero Fund Commission
    $1000 28
The thigh-slapping schuhplattler is popular in Bavaria & in this country that borders it on the south
    $1000 11
Flagler Street divides this Florida city into northern & southern areas
    $1000 19
He once considered calling his novel "This Side of Paradise" "The Romantic Egotist"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Kathy Jonathan
$5,600 $3,200 $16,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This shipowner was at the helm of the Britannia as it left Liverpool for Boston in 1840

Final scores:

Julie Kathy Jonathan
$6,600 $1 $12,000
2nd place: Gibson 3-piece kitchen + Ashley dining collection 3rd place: PeopLoungers chaise lounger New champion: $12,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julie Kathy Jonathan
$5,600 $5,200 $14,400
15 R,
0 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $25,200

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Game tape date: 1994-11-30
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