Show #2659 - Thursday, March 7, 1996


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Gary Ansok, a software engineer from Camarillo, California

Carl Schulze, a businessman from Princeton, New Jersey

Carolyn Christian, a foreign service officer stationed at Jakarta, Indonesia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

"CAT"s & "DOG"s
    $100 16
France's King Louis IX led 2 of these religious military expeditions
    $100 6
He hosted "Play Your Hunch" for Goodson-Todman in 1959, then created shows like "Wheel of Fortune"
    $100 21
The sea horse uses this prehensile appendage to fasten itself to seaweed
    $100 11
A protein is one or more chains of these acids joined by peptide bonds into a molecule
    $100 1
The main airport that serves Rome is named for this Renaissance man
    $100 22
This criminal breaks into buildings with great stealth & agility
    $200 17
In 1275 he, his father Niccolo & his uncle Maffeo arrived in Shang-Tu, China
    $200 7
Our contestant coordinator Susanne Thurber was a chaperone for this show's bachelors & bachelorettes
    $200 27
Men in this country once used small, carved objects called netsuke to attach items to their sashes
    $200 12
Chasmogamous describes flowers whose petals open so this can occur
    $200 2
Wax figures of Anne Frank & Queen Beatrix are displayed at the Amsterdam branch of this London museum
    $200 23
At a sports event, you might express your disapproval with this shrill, whistlelike sound
    $300 18
King Edward I began building Caernarvon Castle, where this princely title is bestowed
    $300 8
When Hugh Downs hosted it, the board had 30 boxes; when I did the "Classic" version, it had 25
    $300 28
This fastening tape has 2 parts: one with tiny nylon hooks & another with nylon pile
    $300 13
Rodents use these chisel-shaped front teeth for gnawing
    $300 3
In Portsmouth, England, visitors can tour the HMS Victory, on which this admiral died in 1805
    $300 24
Maggie Pollitt is the high-strung title heroine of this 1955 Tennessee Williams play
    $400 19
In 1230 Ferdinand III inherited Leon, uniting it with this kingdom
    $400 9
This "City Slickers" star holds the record for going up Dick Clark's "Pyramid" the fastest
    $400 29
This unit, abbreviated "d", is the measure for nails
    $400 14
Between the arterioles & the venules, blood flows through these
    $400 4
A monument to this composer in Warsaw's Lazienki Park is the site of free Sunday concerts
    $400 25
This adjectival phrase refers to ruthless competition without ethics
    $500 20
Bishop Albert founded this Latvian capital in 1201
    $500 10
She appeared as a celebrity player on "Password" & went on to marry its host
    $500 30
Patented in 1893, the first of these devices was called the Clasp Locker
    DD: $2,000 15
It lets air in & out of your middle ear
    $500 5
Attractions in this Italian city include Romeo's house, Juliet's house & Juliet's tomb
    $500 26
An elaborate sales or publicity campaign

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

Carolyn Carl Gary
$5,000 $400 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Carl Gary
$6,500 $2,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Thomas Jefferson got Congress to authorize $2,500 to outfit this pair's expedition to the West
    $200 26
The Spanish variety of this spice is milder than the Hungarian variety
    $200 1
The hero Ulysses was called this by the Greeks
    $200 21
The 1995 miniseries about this mother-daughter duo was subtitled "Love can Build a Bridge"
    $200 16
The Sandwich Island Gazette was this state's first English-language newspaper
    $200 11
Voltaire called this comic playwright "The painter of France"
    $400 7
In 1963 this Black leader began writing his famous "Letter from Birmingham Jail" on the margin of a newspaper
    $400 27
It's a symbol of remembrance because its leaves remain green long after picking
    $400 2
Frigga, the queen of the Norse gods, is married to this ruler
    $400 22
Yes, Giorgio, this operatic tenor from Modena, Italy has a cologne named for himself
    $400 17
Published in 1783 & 1784, this city's Pennsylvania Evening Post was America's first daily newspaper
    $400 12
This Wendy Wasserstein play begins with Heidi Holland giving a lecture about neglected women artists
    $600 8
Battles in the USA's 1846-48 war with this country included those at Buena Vista & Veracruz
    $600 28
It takes about 75,000 flowers to yield 1 pound of this yellow-orange spice
    $600 3
This object sought by Jason hung in a sacred grove, guarded by a dragon
    $600 23
In 1995 this soul singer who gave us "Shaft" released "Branded", his first album in 7 years
    $600 18
The Amsterdam News is a major Black weekly published in this U.S. city, not in Holland
    DD: $2,000 13
Play in which Madame Ranevsky's adopted daughter Varya says, "Look, mamma, what exquisite trees!"
    $800 9
On Jan. 16, 1935 this woman & her bank robber son Fred were killed by the FBI
    $800 29
Zanzibar is the largest producer of this spice used in a type of tobacco
    $800 4
Hyacinthus was killed when a quoit guided by this west wind struck him in the head
    $800 24
This singer sells his own brand of candy bars at his Blue Velvet Theatre in Branson, Missouri
    $800 19
El Universo, this South American country's largest newspaper, is published in Guayaquil
    $800 14
He dedicated his play "Glengarry Glen Ross" to Harold Pinter
    $1000 10
On May 29, 1765 in the House of Burgesses, he said, "If this be treason, make the most of it"
    $1000 30
Bay leaves are the dried leaves of this tree also known as a sweet bay
    $1000 5
After her abduction by Hades, she became the goddess of the underworld
    $1000 25
Her first hit song, 1963's "Don't Make Me Over", was written by Burt Bacharach & Hal David
    DD: $2,000 20
L'Acadie Nouvelle is the only French daily newspaper in this Canadian province bordering Maine
    $1000 15
This David Henry Hwang play about a diplomat & a Chinese man who passes as a woman is based on a true story

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carolyn Carl Gary
$16,500 $9,100 $4,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Karen, a suburb of Nairobi, is named in honor of this woman who once lived there

Final scores:

Carolyn Carl Gary
$20,500 $18,099 $0
2-day champion: $31,900 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa & love seat + Harris lamp ensemble 3rd place: Magnavox 27" TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Carolyn Carl Gary
$13,600 $8,100 $4,200
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
9 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $25,900

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