Show #2725 - Friday, June 7, 1996


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Mike Dwight, a marketing executive from Laguna Beach, California

Bob Hunt, a trade commissioner originally from San Francisco, California

Elaine O'Gara, a travel writer from Austin, Texas (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Ayatollah Mohammed Ali Araki, this country's highest-ranking leader, died November 29
    $100 9
Showtime brought back this classic sci-fi/horror series in 1995 complete with its control voice
    $100 1
Spencer House, an 18th century home owned by this princess' family, is open to the public on Sundays
    $100 7
In Genesis 3:20 she is called "the mother of all living"
    $100 18
Made by Hawaiian Host, Maui Caramacs are these nuts smothered in caramel & milk chocolate
    $100 2
Pliny the Elder wrote that Sergius Orata established the first artificial beds for these mollusks
    $200 27
At least 32 died in October when part of a bridge collapsed in this South Korean capital
    $200 10
In the 1995 Fox series "VR.5" starring Lori Singer, VR stood for this
    $200 8
When you visit the Hampstead home where this Austrian lived & worked, don't miss his famous couch
    $200 17
Genesis 1 calls this satellite "the lesser light"
    $200 19
Thac hoa, a type of this beverage, is made from leaves misted by a Vietnamese waterfall
    $200 3
He's the Quaker for whom the Quaker State was named
    $300 28
Hank Ketcham announced his retirement from this comic strip which he'd drawn since 1950
    $300 11
This 1980s Gil Gerard character originated in a comic strip dating from 1929
    $300 13
A museum in St. Thomas' Hospital is devoted to this woman who opened a nursing school there in 1860
    $300 23
A harlot named Rahab sheltered his men when they came to spy on Jericho
    $300 20
The meat of these animals that were once plentiful on the plains is sold under the slogan "Have you herd?"
    $300 4
While William Travis commanded the regulars at the Alamo, this man commanded the Texan Volunteers
    $400 29
This skater & her husband sold the Ice Capades
    $400 12
"Set Piece" by Kate Orman is one of the New Adventures books continuing this British show about a Time Lord
    $400 14
Artifacts at this museum include bas-reliefs of a lion hunt from Ashurbanipal's palace at Nineveh
    $400 24
This longest-lived person in the Bible was the 8th member of the Sethite line from Adam to Noah
    $400 21
Food from the 'Hood is a brand of salad dressing developed by Crenshaw High School Students in this city
    $400 5
The name of this system used by racetracks is from the French for "betting among ourselves"
    $500 30
The leaders of Burundi & this country were killed when their plane crashed at Kigali Airport
    $500 16
Judy, Penny & Will were John & Maureen Robinson's 3 children on this series
    $500 15
The Great Bed of Ware, mentioned in "Twelfth Night", is in this museum nicknamed the V & A
    $500 25
He fathered Dinah as well as many sons whose names became those of tribes
    DD: $700 22
Mavrodaphne is a heavy dessert wine from this Mediterranean country
    $500 6
Name shared by Asteroid No. 22, an organlike instrument & the muse of epic poetry

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

Elaine Bob Mike
$600 $1,000 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Bob Mike
$2,900 $500 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
In 1982 she passed away in Independence, Missouri at the age of 97
    $200 16
This partner of Nathaniel Currier served as their firm's bookkeeper before becoming its art director
    $200 26
This country star's only Top 10 hit on the pop charts was "A Boy named Sue" in 1969
    $200 7
Tractor feed printers require special paper with these punched in it
    $200 2
Wienerisch, spoken in Vienna, is a dialect of this language
    $200 11
This poet's row house in Camden, N.J. displays a rare first edition of his "Leaves of Grass"
    $400 22
She was voted the student most likely to succeed by her high school graduating class of 1965
    $400 17
This "Bronco Buster" sculptor supplied magazine illustrations during the Spanish-American War
    $400 27
Bono & The Edge from this Irish rock group wrote a song on Roy Orbison's last CD, "Mystery Girl"
    $400 1
The speed of microprocessors is usually measured in this unit abbreviated MHz
    $400 3
It's the standard form of Spanish that's spoken in Spain
    $400 12
He wrote, "The woods are lovely, dark and deep, but I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep"
    $600 23
In a 1960 Gallup poll, she was named the woman most admired by Americans for the 9th consecutive year
    $600 18
Gala, this Spaniard's wife & muse, appears in his 1937 work "Inventions of the Monsters"
    $600 28
In 1970 lead guitarist Peter Green was replaced by keyboardist Christine McVie in this group
    $600 8
This type of printer requires a toner cartridge
    $600 4
Of the Cyrillic languages, it's the one with the most speakers
    $600 13
Her nickname "The Portuguese" derives from her poem about a Portuguese woman, "Catarina to Camoens"
    DD: $1,500 24
From 1943 to 1948 she was Fashion director for Herpolsheimer's department store in Grand Rapids, Michigan
    $800 19
Except for 1893-95, he spent the last 12 years of his life in French Polynesia
    $800 29
Leon Russell arranged "This Diamond Ring", "Count Me In" & other hits for this 1960s group
    $800 9
When speaking of image resolution, DPI stands for this
    DD: $1,500 5
Balcony & umbrella are words we've borrowed from this modern European language
    $800 14
Collections by this humorist include "The Bad Parents' Garden of Verse" & "I'm A Stranger Here Myself"
    $1000 25
In need of money, she sold her late husband's notes on the Constitutional Convention for $30,000
    $1000 20
His monument "The Burghers of Calais" took 11 years from design to installation
    $1000 30
In 1973 this rock star formed his own label, Rocket Records
    $1000 10
Just one of these optical disks has the storage capacity of 600 floppies
    $1000 6
Spoken mainly by Muslims, it's an official language of Pakistan
    $1000 15
The initials in the name of this poet stood for edward estlin

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elaine Bob Mike
$7,400 $9,100 $4,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In one version of this play, the heroine stabs herself & says, "There rest"; in another, "There rust"

Final scores:

Elaine Bob Mike
$14,800 $15,100 $7,700
2nd place: Lane desk + Dale Tiffany stained glass lamp New champion: $15,100 3rd place: Magnavox 27" TV

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elaine Bob Mike
$7,400 $9,100 $4,200
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R,
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $20,700

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