Show #2152 - Tuesday, January 4, 1994

Kurt Bray game 2.


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Craig Loisel, an Air Force officer from Mason, Ohio

Debra Elarbee, a high school teacher from Carrollton, Georgia

Kurt Bray, a scientist from Oceanside, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $2,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These clues are quotes from the celebrities themselves.)
(Alex: Each correct response in that last category will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $100 1
This national park has about 25 surveyed miles of subterranean chambers & corridors
    $100 21
I was "Born in East L.A.": my father was a policeman
    $100 10
When these amphibian parts are served on skewers, they're called cuisses de grenouilles en brochettes
    $100 8
Shiva's son Ganesha is depicted with the head of this animal, holding a broken tusk
    $100 6
It grants a title of real estate; a villain might want the one to the ranch
    $100 26
Grammatically speaking, it can be the name of a person, place or thing
    $200 2
For its scenic beauty & rich history, New Mexico is nicknamed the "Land of" this
    $200 22
I played Nancy Walker's nephew on "Blansky's Beauties" & Henry Winkler's cousin on "Happy Days"
    $200 14
The French call this soup creme d'asperges
    $200 9
Jacob Ammann, a Swiss Mennonite bishop, began this movement that moved to Pennsylvania
    $200 7
For most states the minimum age to get one of these without parental consent is 18, male or female
    $200 28
It's the legal phrase for one's closest blood relatives
    $300 3
During the Civil War, Confederate forces under Gen. H.H. Sibley occupied this capital city for 2 weeks
    $300 23
I left "Falcon Crest" & became a "Renegade"
    $300 18
We know these squashes by an Italian name, but to the French they're courgettes
    $300 11
Buddhist & Hindu concept that says a man's deeds determine his destiny
    $300 15
An agreement between persons; the men on the Mayflower made a famous one
    $300 29
5 popes & 2 Russian czars shared this name
    DD: $600 4
Twice a year you can visit the site outside Alamogordo where this happened on July 16, 1945
    $400 24
I'm 2 meters tall, host 2 1/2 hours of "Entertainment Tonight" a week & have 4 music Emmys
    $400 19
Flamusse aux pommes, which is popular in Burgundy, is a pudding made with this fruit
    $400 12
The handwritten scrolls of this are wound on wooden rollers called the etz hayim, or tree of life
    $400 16
It's a command to come to court & testify
    $400 30
In his "Epistles", Seneca said that "All art is but imitation of" this
    $500 5
This city's Journal is the state's largest newspaper
    $500 25
I share half my name with a Carr, the other half with a Carol & have my own talk show
    $500 20
Dishes described as a l'archiduc or a la hongroise contain this reddish spice
    $500 13
The Aga Khan is the leader of the Ismaili sect of these Muslims
    $500 17
A decree, commandment or public act from the pope; it's marked with a lead seal
    $500 27
Man began making polished tools during this last period of the Stone Age

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

Kurt Debra Craig
$2,800 $0 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kurt Debra Craig
$4,000 $2,100 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The stone house used by Washington as his winter 1777-78 HQ at this campsite still stands
    $200 7
Common name of the Saintpaulia, a fuzzy-leafed plant originally from the Dark Continent
    $200 6
In January she became head of a new commission to plan the reform of America's health-care system
    $200 8
During WWI Anthony Fokker developed a gear to synchronize a machine gun with this
    $200 13
It's the chief water supply for London & its western suburbs
    $200 18
Anatole Kuragin is a scandalous rake in this extremely long Tolstoy work
    $400 2
Trained as a corset maker in England, he came to America & wrote a series of essays called "The Crisis"
    $400 27
To feature this color in your garden, plant ladybells, sage & cornflowers
    $400 22
Sherry Davis became Major League Baseball's 1st full-time female p.a. announcer, for this S.F. team
    DD: $3,000 9
Man who created the following flying design
    $400 14
Montana's Fort Peck Lake was formed by damming this tributary of the Mississippi
    $400 19
This Belgian wrote a number of novels under the rather obvious pseudonym Georges Sim
    $600 3
During the war the father of this "Damn the torpedoes" admiral served in the South Carolina navy
    $600 28
This flowery vine was named after American physician Caspar Wistar
    $600 24
Masako Owada became a princess bride when she married Crown Prince Naruhito, this man's son
    $600 10
This joint product of British Aerospace & Aerospatiale has a cruise speed of Mach 2
    $600 15
Plunging to 5,314 feet, this Siberian lake is the deepest continental body of water on Earth
    $600 20
"Zadig", his phiilosophical novel about a Babylonian king, isn't as popular as his "Candide"
    $800 4
In 1778 he was named American minister plenipotentiary to France
    $800 29
In the Malaysian jungle, this ficus can grow 100 feet tall; let's see an ant move that
    $800 25
A South African court canceled her jail sentence, ordering her to pay a fine & compensation instead
    $800 11
This manufacturer's 1938 307 Stratoliner was the first pressurized airliner
    $800 16
Lake Athabasca is Alberta's largest lake, though 2/3 lies in this province to the east
    $800 21
The novel known in English as "Blood and Sand" was written originally in this language
    $1000 5
Until elected to the Continental Congress in 1775, Thomas Jefferson was a member of this legislative body
    $1000 30
The Calvin cycle in this process turns carbon dioxide into carbohydrates
    DD: $2,000 26
In June she was sworn in as Canada's first female prime minister
    $1000 12
This company manufactured the L-1011 Tristar passenger plane
    $1000 17
Rotterdam's New Waterway Canal is the main navigational link between the North Sea & this river
    $1000 23
This German worked on "Faust II" from 1825 to 1831

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kurt Debra Craig
$14,200 $3,500 $5,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He had 3 children: Eva, Isolde & Siegfried

Final scores:

Kurt Debra Craig
$17,200 $7,000 $7,300
2-day champion: $20,000 3rd place: Retroneu flatware + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on Delta to St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands & stay at Bluebeard's Castle + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kurt Debra Craig
$11,400 $3,500 $7,300
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
8 R,
1 W
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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Game tape date: 1993-09-21
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