Show #2089 - Thursday, October 7, 1993


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Tim Joyce, a criminal prosecutor from La Grange, Illinois

Laurie Neff, a market research manager from Milmont Park, Pennsylvania

Joy Bell, a registered nurse from Columbia, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,700)

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Jeopardy! Round

"X", "Y", "Z"
    $100 7
It's America's "City of Witches"
    $100 1
Cybill Shepherd played Maddie Hayes, a model who became a detective, in this series
    $100 12
To get this beverage, ask for acqua minerale
    $100 19
Cain was a tiller of the ground & Abel was a keeper of these animals
    $100 17
The spectacled bear, the only bear native to this continent, is protected Peru's Manu National Park
    $100 6
This musical instrument that resembles the marimba may have originated in Southeast Asia
    $200 8
It's the "Empire City" of the Empire State
    $200 2
This private eye was played by Darren McGavin in the 1950s & Stacy Keach in the 1980s
    $200 24
Referring to hot or cold hors d'oeuvres, this term means "before the food"
    $200 20
During their 40 years in the wilderness, the Israelites ate this "bread" which fell from heaven
    $200 18
Special devices called TEDs can keep these shelled reptiles from drowning in shrimpers' nets
    $200 13
A type of toy terrier, or a pudding
    $300 9
The nickname "Crescent City" comes from the curve of the Mississippi River besides its French Quarter
    $300 3
In return for helping with security, he got free living quarters on Robin Masters' estate
    $300 25
Beef is manzo & this related meat is vitello
    $300 21
Before his death, he asked to be "avenged of the Philistines" for his 2 eyes
    $300 26
At Nature Company stores, you can put coins in "zoo meters" made from these meters to save the rain forests
    $300 14
In movie titles this word has preceded "Dillinger", "Doctors in Love" & "Frankenstein"
    $400 10
This city on Tampa Bay is the "Sunshine City"
    $400 4
In 1975 Mike Post's theme for this James Garner series reached No. 10 on the pop charts
    $400 29
Sangiovese is the primary grape in this red Tuscan wine sometimes sold in straw-covered bottles
    $400 22
After he saw this bloody garment, Jacob believed that an evil beast had devoured Joseph
    $400 27
This company donated 8.500 acres near its Florida theme park to the Nature Conservancy
    $400 15
He's the most famous man we know named Pinchas
    $500 11
This Alabama industrial city grew so fast it became known as the "Magic City"
    $500 5
In this series detective Dan Tanna's office was located at the Desert Inn Hotel
    $500 30
Mortadella is a specialty of this Italian city for which a popular luncheon meat is named
    DD: $700 23
The Ten Commandments are listed twice in their entirety, first in Exodus, then in this book
    $500 28
This "Golden Palace" actress won the James Herriot Award for inspiring public concern for animals
    $500 16
In "The Mikado" this "delectable" damsel has sisters named Peep-Bo & Pitti-Sing

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Joy Laurie Tim
$1,700 $1,600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joy Laurie Tim
$2,700 $3,000 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 5
Yes sir! This "Little Tramp" was named a knight by Queen Elizabeth on New Year's Day 1975
    $200 20
When these were held in South Korea in 1988, the host country placed sixth in medals
    $200 16
Some 16th century women dyed their hair this color in imitation of Elizabeth I
    $200 18
Chemically speaking, one of these sweet-tasting simple carbohydrates is called a saccharide
    $200 1
This Boris Pasternak title character is sometimes called Yurochka
    $200 7
Mittwoch, the German name for this, means "middle of the week"
    $400 10
When this publisher died, he left his San Simeon Castle to the Univ. of Ca. but they turned it down
    $400 21
There are about 7 million followers of this religion in South Korea; 1 million are Catholic
    $400 17
The praetexta type of this loose, draped outer garment of ancient Rome had a purple border
    $400 19
Gustave Bemont helped this couple discover radium in the 1890s
    $400 2
In Virginia Woolf's novel "The Waves", Percival dies when he falls from one of these animals
    $400 8
A1 L1 F4 R1 E1 D2
B3 U1 T1 T1 S1 who invented this game in 1931, died in April 1993
    $600 11
In 1801 Lady Hamilton bore this naval his first child, a daughter, named Horatia
    $600 22
Yakju is a Korean wine made primarily from this grain
    $600 26
19th c. women wore these ruffles to keep dirt off their skirts; you'll find similar ones on beds
    $600 23
It's defined as a substance that cannot be broken down into other substances by ordinary means
    $600 3
Married man George Hurstwood deserts his family for this Theodore Dreiser heroine
    $600 9
A Colorado firm called Dog Gone vacuums these animals out of their burrows & resettles them
    DD: $1,000 12
Reporter Elizabeth Cochrane's pen name; she went around the world as a publicity stunt in 1889-1890
    $800 30
A subway line connects Seoul to this port, site of a famous amphibious landing
    DD: $1,000 27
Legends says this ultimate English dandy sometimes spent a whole morning having his cravat adjusted
    $800 24
This positively-charged particle in a nucleus has 1,836 times the mass of an electron
    $800 4
Jack London appears as a character in this "North and South" author's book "California Gold"
    $800 14
The Goths split into Ostrogoths, Eastern Goths, & these, the Western Goths
    $1000 13
Begun in 1660, his diary includes accounts of the plague & Great Fire of London
    $1000 29
Korea is divided into North & South by this parallel of latitude
    $1000 28
Collier's Encyclopedia says this beautiful wife of Napoleon III once wore a gown with 113 flounces
    $1000 25
In the Bayer process, purified aluminum oxide is obtained from this ore
    $1000 6
The hero of his 1914 novel "Penrod" is a typical 12-year-old boy who lives in the Midwest
    $1000 15
Someone described as vulpine resembles this creature

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joy Laurie Tim
$6,900 $5,600 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1872 he was the Liberal Republican Party's first & last presidential candidate; he lost

Final scores:

Joy Laurie Tim
$2,599 $1,399 $2,700
2nd place: trip on Delta Puerto Vallarta, Mexico & stay at Krystal Vallarta +Jeopardy computerized version or home game 3rd place: Konica Aiborg camera & film +Jeopardy computerized version or home game New champion: $2,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joy Laurie Tim
$7,400 $5,600 $5,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
1 W
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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Game tape date: 1993-08-02
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