Show #2199 - Thursday, March 10, 1994


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Olivia Hingston Reich, a teacher from Cleveland, Ohio

Fran Pennarola, an attorney from Newtown, Connecticut

Brian Callaghan, a world traveller from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $11,229)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
The bell tower of Ivan the Great was once the tallest structure in this capital
    $100 2
It's the game in which you'd hear a kid call out, "Ready or not, here I come!"
    $100 11
Between 1644 & 1660 this May Day object was banned in Britain
    $100 13
This wingless insect that preys on cats & dogs is a carrier of bubonic plague
    $100 24
The first Sunbeam home appliance, it's just the thing for pressing engagements
    $100 20
Lickety-brindle is a variation of this more common synonym for "rapidly"
    $200 8
A replica of the Wright Brothers' plane is exhibited at the Aviodome Museum near this largest Dutch city
    $200 3
When introduced in 1955, this modeling compound came in 1 color, off-white, & was sold only to schools
    $200 12
Simhat Torah, Succot & Yom Kippur all fall in this Number Month on the Jewish calendar
    $200 16
Species of this insect include Rajah Brooke's birdwing, tiger swallowtail & red admiral
    $200 27
Of all the cities in all Africa, McDonald's walked into this one in 1992 & opened a restaurant
    $200 19
This term for a satire comes from lampons, which means "let's guzzle" in an Old French drinking song
    $300 1
This city's Tivoli Pleasure Garden was laid out in 1843
    $300 4
Big hits of the 1992 Christmas season were toys associated with this purple PBS dinosaur
    $300 14
According to tradition, these fly in Germany on Walpurgis Night, April 30
    $300 17
The katydid is a long-horned type of this leaping insect
    $300 28
In 1904 Francois Coty founded a firm to make this
    $300 21
This old slang word whose origin is unknown means to dawdle, not to choke on a lollipop
    $400 9
Avenida Paulista is a main thoroughfare in this Brazilian city
    $400 5
This role-playing fantasy game is popularly called "D&D"
    DD: $1,000 15
Earth Day falls in this, also National Cable Month
    $400 18
Parasol ants bite off pieces of these plant parts & carry them back to their nests to fertilize fungi
    $400 25
Kids who belong to this drink's club can shop from its Wacky Warehouse
    $400 22
A Scouse is a native of this city, as Paul McCartney could tell you
    $500 10
Covering about 260 square miles, this Alberta city is Canada's largest capital
    $500 7
A 25th anniversary edition of this Ohio Art toy featured walnut & silver trim & jeweled drawing knobs
    $500 30
Feb. 14, Valentine's Day, is a day for women's hearts; Feb. 15, her birthday, for women's rights
    $500 29
Glowworms are the larvae or wingless females of this soft-bodied beetle
    $500 26
This first brand of instant coffee was made in Switzerland
    $500 23
It's been called a "poor substitute for the truth but the only one discovered up to date"

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

Brian Fran Olivia
$600 $2,900 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Fran Olivia
$2,300 $3,300 $2,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
After finding this man, Henry Morton Stanley wrote, "It seemed to me as if I had met an old, old friend"
    $200 15
One of these measures of land is equal to 43,560 square feet
    $200 11
Songs from this 1964 Walt Disney film include "I Love To Laugh" & "A Spoonful of Sugar"
    $200 26
Pharaoh's daughter made him her son & called him this "because I drew him out of the water"
    $200 20
When he was born in Jamestown, North Dakota in 1908, his family spelled their last name LaMoore
    $200 6
This 1898 war underscored the U.S. Navy's need for a canal
    $400 2
Fewer than 10 people were present to hear Friedrich Engels' oration at this man's funeral in 1883
    $400 16
A rod is equal to 16 1/2 feet or 5 1/2 of these
    $400 12
"It Goes Like It Goes", from this Sally Field film about a Southern textile worker, won a 1979 Oscar
    $400 27
"A man hath no better thing under the sun, than to eat, and to drink, and to be" this
    $400 22
This author of "Silent Spring" was born in the springtime in Springdale, Penn. & died in Silver Spring, Maryland
    $400 7
De Lesseps, who'd previously directed the construction of this canal 1859-1869, failed to build one in Panama
    $600 3
In 1721 he was acclaimed father of the fatherland & emperor of all Russia
    $600 17
A "gross" or "long" one of these is equal to 2,240 pounds
    $600 13
This song from "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" was Sammy Davis' only No. 1 pop hit
    $600 28
While preaching in the wilderness, he said, "Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand"
    $600 23
John Hersey was born in this Asian country while his parents were missionaries there
    $600 8
The canal's headquarters is in this port named for the "discoverer" of the Pacific Ocean
    $800 4
The Duke of Wellington was a distant relative of this founder of Methodism
    $800 18
1 hand is equal to 4 of these
    $800 14
In 1969 Henry Mancini reached No. 1 with "A Time for Us", the love theme from this film
    $800 29
Although this Roman official acknowledged Jesus' innocence, he had him crucified anyway
    $800 24
This beloved author of the "Uncle Remus" stories was born in Eatonton, Ga. on Dec. 9, 1848
    DD: $400 9
Hoping for a better canal treaty, the U.S. supported Panama's 1903 revolt against this country
    $1000 5
Because none of her children survived her, this British queen was succeeded by George I in 1714
    $1000 19
An object spinning at 3 RPS is going at this many RPM
    $1000 21
In this 1936 film based on an operetta, Nelson Eddy & Jeannette MacDonald sang "Indian Love Call"
    DD: $100 30
His wife Rachel died while giving birth to Benjamin
    $1000 25
This Frenchman was born in Algeria, the setting for his famous 1942 novel "The Stranger"
    $1000 10
The canal has 3 sets of these: the Gatun, Pedro Miguel & Miraflores

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Fran Olivia
$6,300 $4,900 $12,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Name given the plan proposed by William Paterson at the Constitutional Convention

Final scores:

Brian Fran Olivia
$31 $1 $12,701
2nd place: Keller bedroom furniture set + Waverly bedspread ensemble 3rd place: Piel leather garment bag + leather executive overnight bag New champion: $12,701

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Brian Fran Olivia
$6,300 $4,300 $14,000
18 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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Game tape date: 1993-12-06
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