Show #2970 - Friday, June 27, 1997

Kim Worth game 1.


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Kim Worth, a waiter and writer from Venice, California

Lisa Newman, a housewife from Ventura, California

Ellen Kolb, a homemaker from Merrimack, New Hampshire (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,402)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
The Grunewald Forest covers much of the southwestern part of this German capital
    $100 24
1990 sequel to his 1982 "48HRS."
    $100 16
It's a luxurious chaffeur-driven auto, whether regular or "stretch"
    $100 11
This amendment was 3 states short of ratification when its deadline elapsed June 30, 1982
    $100 6
A bean & an Ohio city are named for, but pronounced unlike, this capital of Peru
    $100 1
You probably ran home at lunch to watch this game show that debuted March 30, 1964 with host Art Fleming
    $200 22
The fossilized trees in this Arizona site date back to the Triassic period
    $200 25
He played the man with whom Eddie Murphy traded places in "Trading Places"
    $200 17
Built in 1802, the Charlotte Dundas was the first of these small harbor ships used to maneuver larger ships
    $200 12
In October 1867 Gen. Rousseau took formal possession of this territory that the U.S. had bought in March
    $200 7
The last name of the Green Bay Packers' QB Brett is spelled F-A-V-R-E but it's pronounced this way
    $200 2
Theodore, Simon & he formed a famous musical trio
    $300 23
In Colorado a national forest & a peak are named for this early 19th c. general & explorer
    $300 28
"A Nightmare on Elm Street"'s Wes Craven directed Eddie in this 1995 comedy-horror film
    $300 18
One of America's busiest airports, its 3-letter designation is ORD
    $300 13
In 1907 Charles N. Haskell of Muskogee became this new state's first governor
    $300 8
The double L common in this Celtic language is roughly pronounced "HL", as in Llewelyn
    DD: $500 3
It's the make your own drink product seen here:
    $400 26
Mississippi's De Soto National Forest covers over 500,000 acres from Laurel to this Gulf port city
    $400 29
Axel Foley was a cop on this midwestern city's payroll
    $400 19
This 2-wheeled, 2-passenger 19th century London cab had an elevated driver's seat in the rear
    $400 14
Because of his deist beliefs, this "Age of Reason" author died a social outcast in New York City in 1809
    $400 9
A proposed spelling for this word is G-H-O-T-I:
GH as in cough,
O as in women,
TI as in nation
    $400 4
Introduced to American backyards in 1961, this 25' long sheet of plastic was attached to a hose
    $500 27
This state's largest national forest, Talladega, covers 2 different areas of the state
    $500 30
Art Buchwald was awarded original story credit for this film in which Eddie played an African prince
    $500 20
Bridgeport, Conn.'s airport is named for this helicopter pioneer whose aircraft plant was in the city
    $500 15
He was promoted to captain for burning the captured U.S. frigate Philadelphia in Tripoli Harbor
    $500 10
In a mock-epic poem by Byron, the name of this legendary Spanish rake rhymes with "new one"
    $500 5
Some 1969 Huffys, a brand of these, featured banana seats

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

Ellen Lisa Kim
$1,200 $500 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Lisa Kim
$3,200 $600 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The safety lamp was invented for workers in these
    $200 15
There's a Spanish variety of this spice as well as the Hungarian
    $200 21
Diane Sawyer was a staff assistant to this president in the White House & after his resignation, in San Clemente
    $200 1
An animal that's described as heterodont has different kinds of these
    $200 26
During July's Feast of the Redeemer, musicians play in lighted boats along this Italian city's canals
    $200 7
More than once, Thornton Wilder played the stage manager in a presentation of this, his most popular drama
    $400 8
In the late 1700s Sir Richard Arkwright's cotton mills ran on this type of power
    $400 17
This gravy is made from the innards of the turkey
    $400 22
Regis Philbin is a proud graduate of this Indiana university, where he majored in sociology
    $400 2
The pollex, the first digit on the forelimbs of tetrapods, is known as this body part on you
    $400 27
Every March a Phoenix garden show is devoted to this desert plant & other succulents
    $400 12
In 1985 this playwright's "Requiem For A Heavyweight" came to Broadway starring John Lithgow
    $600 9
Sealed with solder, they were used to preserve meat & soup for British soldiers during the War of 1812
    $600 18
Resembling white asparagus without tips, hearts of this come from Florida's state tree
    $600 23
In 1996 Fatuma Roba became the first woman from this continent to win an Olympic marathon
    $600 3
Birds, reptiles & some mammals have a nectitating membrane, also called a third one of these
    $600 28
On or about April 19, Maine & this other New England state celebrate Patriot's Day
    $600 13
In "A Streetcar Named Desire", she's Stanley Kowalski's sister-in-law
    $800 10
George Stephenson's 1829 Rocket was one of these vehicles
    $800 19
For this "Ukranian" coated breast of chicken dish, chill the herbed butter before rolling it in
    $800 24
In 1991 this billionaire publisher's body was found in the ocean hours after he vanished from his yacht
    $800 4
Its 2 coiled polynucleotide chains have opposite polarities
    $800 30
In the fall Oklahoma City hosts a Grand National horse show for this breed named for a man
    DD: $600 14
In 1948 he had 3 plays on Broadway: "John Bull's Other Island", "You Never Can Tell" & "Man & Superman"
    $1000 11
By 1812 there were 11,000 of this Frenchman's looms in use in France alone
    $1000 20
Best boiled or baked, the Hubbard type of this vegetable is rich in vitamin A
    $1000 25
This director of "The Big Chill" broke into films as co-author of the screenplay for "The Empire Strikes Back"
    DD: $1,300 5
During this process the blood's fibrinogen is converted into insoluble fibrin
    $1000 29
Spivey's Corner near Fayetteville in this state is the site of the National Hollerin' Contest each June
    $1000 16
Frank Langella starred in a 1996 revival of this Swedish playwright's 1887 drama "The Father"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ellen Lisa Kim
$9,000 $0 $9,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The boyhood home of this church founder still stands on Stafford Road in Palmyra, New York

Final scores:

Ellen Lisa Kim
$18,000 $0 $18,800
2nd place: Trip to Hotel Melia Castilla, Madrid, Spain 3rd place: Zodiac Gold Watch New champion: $18,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ellen Lisa Kim
$9,500 $0 $9,700
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
4 R,
3 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1997-02-05
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