Show #2100 - Friday, October 22, 1993

Rachael Schwartz game 1.


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Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey

John Guarisco, a law student from Melrose Park, Illinois

Guy Fouts, a clergyman from Silver Spring, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
Dermatitis is an inflammation of this, sometimes from an allergy, but often without known cause
    $100 1
"Pull out the stopper, let's have a whopper; but get me" here "on time"
    $100 16
This meat is the most popular one cooked cacciatore
    $100 21
He sat between the butcher & the candlestick-maker in the rub-a-dub-dub tub
    $100 22
In 1542 Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo explored the coastline of what's now this state
    $100 5
A U.S. Air Force airman first class is equal to this first class Army rank
    $200 11
An unborn child is called this for its first 8 weeks, whereupon it becomes a fetus
    $200 2
"Thank Heaven for" these, "they grow up in the most delightful way"
    $200 17
The arborio type of this grain, grown in the Po Valley, is the best for risotto
    $200 27
On most of American Airlines' international flights, it's the class between coach & first
    $200 23
In his later years, this New York Herald reporter helped found the Congo Free State in Africa
    $200 6
He lost 60 pounds to play Babe Ruth in "The Babe"
    $300 12
Tomatoes & strawberries as well as citrus fruits are good sources of this vitamin that prevents scurvy
    $300 3
"If ever I would" do this, "it wouldn't be in summer. Seeing you in summer I never would go"
    $300 18
The 2 main types of pasta are secca, made with flour & water, & all'uova, made with flour & this
    $300 28
Michael Crichton could tell you it's the age parked in the middle of the middle, or Mesozoic, Era
    $300 24
He may have sailed with Columbus on his 2nd voyage to the New World; 20 years later he discovered Florida
    $300 7
This vehicle was first ridden by 19th century circus performers, who juggled on it
    $400 13
A cataract is the loss of transparency in this portion of the eye
    $400 4
"What a day this has been! What a rare mood I'm in! Why, it's almost like" this
    $400 19
The name of this spicy Italian sausage is the same as the word for the chili that spices it
    $400 29
He was the famous second baseman between Tinker & Chance
    $400 25
In 1969 he led his RA expedition from Morocco to within 600 miles of Central America
    $400 8
Qiana is a lightweight, silklike variety of this material invented by the Du Pont Co.
    $500 14
These nutrients are large molecules consisting of hundreds or thousands of linked amino acids
    $500 15
In this village "blooming under sable skies... there my heart forever lies"
    $500 20
The name of this semisoft, mild cheese can be translated as "beautiful country"
    DD: $800 30
If the 9 planets of our solar system were to align, this one would be in the middle
    $500 26
Between 1791 & 1794, he surveyed the North American coast from San Francisco to British Columbia
    $500 9
This former TV "Angel" hawked the Exerstik, a stretching bar used in exercising

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

Guy John Rachael
$2,500 $500 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Guy John Rachael
$4,200 $1,600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Sao Paulo grew in the 19th century after it was found that its soil was perfect for growing this
    $200 6
A Pulitzer Prize- winning play by Robert E. Sherwood tells of this president's early days "in Illinois"
    $200 22
In Sept. 1992 this longtime L.A. mayor announced he would not seek reelection
    $200 11
Biblical meal that was the subject of Tintoretto's last major work
    $200 13
Lemon & Dover are 2 popular varieties of this food fish
    $200 21
Gore Vidal's "Julian" is a fictional biography of Flavius Claudius Julianus, emperor of this
    $400 2
Puno, Peru is at the west end of Lake Titicaca & this Bolivian capital is near the east end
    $400 7
The heroine of his "Sweet Bird of Youth" is fading movie Queen Alexandra del Lago
    $400 23
Don Young, a former mayor of Fort Yukon, became the sole House representative from this state in 1973
    $400 12
He completed "The Night Watch" in 1642, the year his beloved wife Saskia died
    $400 14
Georgia & Mississippi have designated the largemouth species of this their state fish
    $400 27
Completes the title of John le Carre's novel "Tinker, Tailor,..."
    $600 3
If your kid needs discipline, send him to Gen. Bernardo O'Higgins Military School in this Chilean capital
    $600 8
This Norwegian dramatist served as stage manager for the National Theatre in Bergen from 1851 to 1857
    $600 24
Father of actress Tallulah, he was Speaker of the House from 1936-1940
    $600 16
For his sculpture of "David", he reused a large block of marble left unfinished some 40 years before
    $600 15
The goldfish is one of many species that belong to this family of fish
    $600 28
Part I of this Katherine Anne Porter novel is titled "Embarkation"
    $800 4
In the 1980s this second-largest Colombian city became the center of the country's top cocaine cartel
    $800 9
He wrote "The Entertainer" especially for Sir Laurence Olivier
    $800 25
John D. Rockefeller IV has represented this state in the Senate since 1985
    $800 17
Edvard Munch has a famous woodcut showing a couple doing this; Rodin has a sculpture
    $800 19
The American variety of this fish is the largest member of the herring family
    $800 29
The novel in which Mrs. Danvers says, "I came here when the first Mrs. De Winter was a bride"
    $1000 5
This previous name of Ciudad Bolivar can still be seen on a famous type of bitters
    $1000 10
In 1980 David Edgar brought to the stage an 8 1/2-hour version of this Dickens work
    DD: $4,400 26
This vice-presidential candidate who withdrew in 1972 announced his retirement from the Senate in 1986
    $1000 18
This American artist painted his series of flags, targets & numbers in 1954 & 1955
    $1000 20
Prized as a game fish, this species of shark is known in Australia as a blue pointer
    DD: $1,600 30
E.M. Forster mentioned the Marabar Caves in the very first sentence of this novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Guy John Rachael
$9,400 $0 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This series noted for the highest rated single episode of the '60s had a 1993 film based on it

Final scores:

Guy John Rachael
$6,399 $0 $6,500
2nd place: trip to Honolulu, Hawaii 3rd place: Samsung fax machine + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis New champion: $6,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Guy John Rachael
$9,400 $4,100 $5,600
27 R,
1 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1993-08-23
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