Show #1469 - Thursday, January 10, 1991

Game entered from audiorecording. Missing prizes.


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Doug Matthews, an attorney from Columbus, Ohio

Shannon Brahma, a flight attendant originally from Old Orchard Beach, Maine

Shane Pederson, a statistician originally from Fulda, Minnesota (whose 1-day cash winnings total $3,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
When Margaret's singing was panned, this man said if he "met the critic, he'd need a new nose"
    $100 21
Because half of its weight is sugar, this palm fruit has been called the candy that grows on trees
    $100 26
When this title character first appears, eunuchs are fanning her
    $100 7
Features in this magazine include "It Pays to Enrich Your Word Power" & "Laughter, the Best Medicine"
    $100 2
Those suffering from this inflammation around the vocal cords can be speechless
    $100 12
Doozy, a byword for "excellence", comes from this exquisite 1930s roadster
    $200 3
As UN commander-in-chief in Korea, he announced September 26 that Seoul had fallen
    $200 22
This state, formerly noted for its Key limes, now produces very few
    $200 27
Of Rugby, Hockey, or Cricket, the one who's a servant in "The Merry Wives of Windsor"
    $200 8
Jean Nidetch serves as a consulting editor at this magazine, founded in 1968
    $200 13
This form of arthritis that Henry VIII had often makes the big toe tender
    $200 17
The London police have Sir Robert Peel to thank for this nickname
    $300 4
This senator kept changing the number of card-carrying communists he claimed were in the State Dept.
    $300 23
A Georgia man originated a variety of this fruit & named it for his wife Elberta
    DD: $1,000 28
Pindarus is a servant to this lean & hungry guy
    $300 9
Holograms of an eagle, of the Earth & of a human skull have appeared on the cover of this magazine
    $300 14
In 1918, it killed 20 million, more than twice as many people as WWI
    $300 18
A character in a Daniel Defoe novel gave us this term for a loyal & resourceful assistant
    $400 5
The French passed a bill aimed at banning this American soft drink
    $400 24
The Australians greatly prized this green variety of apple, named for an old woman who grew them
    $400 29
These two title Veronese have servants named Launce & Speed
    $400 10
Since 1884, this magazine has been the Bible for Broadway theater goers
    $400 15
The disease once called consumption because it progressively consumed or wasted the body
    $400 19
This bulky knot for men's ties was associated with & named for England's Edward VIII
    $500 6
The 1950 film that tried to prove anything Ethel Merman could do, Betty Hutton could do better
    $500 25
Spain & Italy are the top two producers of this fruit, which is too bitter to eat right off the tree
    $500 30
His servant, Reynaldo, isn't present when Hamlet stabs him through the arras
    $500 11
"Circus" magazine is not devoted to the big top, but to this entertainment field
    $500 16
Older women should know that consuming this metallic element can ward off osteoporosis
    $500 20
A 19th c. French acrobat gave his name to this 1-piece garment he designed & wore to show off his physique

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

Shane Shannon Doug
$500 $1,400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Shannon Doug
$1,800 $2,100 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The name of the family who owned the farm on which the Kentucky Derby track was built in the 1870s
    $200 21
The color of pure marble
    $200 26
The speed of this is equal to Mach 1
    $200 1
This country had several kings named Kenneth; One of them was Lady Macbeth's grandfather
    $200 9
Wisconsin city that's called "Beer Capital of the World"
    $200 16
You can catch this kooky comic reading his own book, "Winters' Tales"
    $400 5
Grand Rapids, Minnesota hosts an annual festival in honor of this ruby-slippered star who was born there
    $400 22
The only social insects that have soldiers of both sexes; they love to munch on cellulose
    $400 27
A 1990 survey named this Minnesota clinic the best hospital in America
    $400 2
This father of Leif Erikson died in an epidemic around 1000 AD
    $400 10
    $400 17
"Fear of Flying" author who recorded her own novel of obsession, "Any Woman's Blues"
    $600 6
A county in Arizona is named for this 19th century Apache warrior whose name meant "firewood" or "hardwood"
    DD: $1,000 23
The tusks on a walrus are its upper canines; on an elephant they are this type of tooth
    $600 28
This TV show's theme song "Without Us" was sung by Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams
    $600 3
The Roman orator Cicero called this Greek "The Father of History"
    $600 11
Bison City
    $600 18
This female star of "Dr. Zhivago" reads "The Handmaid's Tale" on tape, darling
    $800 14
Date of which Longfellow said, "Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year"
    $800 24
Dmitri Mendeleev brought some order into the field of chemistry by devising this
    $800 30
A customer may always be right but should heed the warning "caveat emptor" which means this
    $800 7
Daniel Webster was a senator from this state
    $800 12
Alabama's Gulf City
    DD: $1,000 19
He's the narrator of his own searing account of survival, "Born on the 4th of July"
    $1000 15
Legend says this ornery keelboatman was shot to death after killing one of his friends
    $1000 25
Formed from cooling lava, it's the most abundant volcanic rock
    $1000 29
According to Sigmund Freud, they're the three major divisions of the human personality
    $1000 8
This magnificent sultan drove the Knights of St. John out of Rhodes in 1522
    $1000 13
Palmetto City
    $1000 20
John Malkovich fans can listen to him read this author's book, "The Accidental Tourist"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Shannon Doug
$7,600 $2,700 $2,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This actress, whose father was the first president of the TV Academy, won her first 2 Emmys in 1989 & 1990

Final scores:

Shane Shannon Doug
$5,500 $5,201 $2,800
2-day champion: $8,700 2nd place 3rd place

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Shane Shannon Doug
$7,200 $2,700 $4,600
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
4 W
17 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $14,500

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Game tape date: 1990-10-09
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