Show #2212 - Tuesday, March 29, 1994


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Phil Thomas, a chef from Marathon, Texas

Rebecca Akins, a museum curator from Tempe, Arizona

Jack Horan, a school vice principal from Califon, New Jersey (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
The Golden Pyramid is the top prize at this Egyptian capital's International Film Festival
    $100 26
"Coco, the Novel" is a fictional account of this woman's life
    $100 2
It's the color of John Steinbeck's "Pony" & Stephen Crane's "Badge of Courage"
    $100 1
In February she gave birth to her third child, Princess Stephanie Marie Elisabeth, in Monaco-Ville
    $100 15
Shaped like a quarter- moon, it's been called France's favorite breakfast roll
    $100 20
Something that's over with is "water over the dam" or "water under" here
    $200 9
You'll find native speakers of Madurese on Madura Island & in eastern Java in this country
    $200 27
A raging fire broke out at Windsor Castle on November 20, 1992, her 45th wedding anniversary
    $200 4
Traditionally, school buses are this color
    $200 6
In November John Lindsay became the first non-Democrat elected mayor of this city in 20 years
    $200 16
This traditional flat bread of Mexico can be made of wheat or corn flour
    $200 3
Any seamstress can tell you that to be uneasy is to "be on" these 2 items
    $300 10
The Belgian Malinois, which is this kind of pet, is named for the Belgian city where it originated
    $300 28
Some folks call this small "Sexpert" "Grandma Freud"
    $300 5
Something that's described as verdant is this color
    $300 13
This exiled King of Egypt was only 45 when he died in Rome on March 18
    $300 17
Often served with curry dishes, chapati is a traditional flat bread of this country
    $300 21
To overlook an important matter for a lesser one is to "throw the baby out with" this
    $400 11
It's the religion of about 88% of the people of Nepal
    $400 29
She played Oscar's secretary Myrna on "The Odd Couple" before she became a "Big" "League" director
    $400 7
Named for a world capital, it's a light to moderate buff, like certain folders & envelopes
    $400 24
The first mission in this U.S. 2-man space program blasted into orbit on March 23
    $400 18
During the Jewish feast of Passover, it's traditional to eat this unleavened bread
    $400 22
Dating back to the Bible, to give up or fail in an endeavor is to "fall by" this
    $500 12
Bulgaria's Botev Peak is the tallest in this mountain range
    $500 30
This Englishwoman won at Wimbledon in 1977, its centennial year
    DD: $500 14
Alice Walker says it annoys God if you walk by this color in a field & don't notice it
    $500 25
In October he became the first reigning pope ever to visit the United States
    $500 19
Continental Baking introduced sliced bread under this brand name in 1930 & it's been around ever since
    $500 23
Napoleon was among the first to describe the English as "a nation of" these

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jack Rebecca Phil
$500 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Rebecca Phil
$2,500 $1,000 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
While a slave to Queen Omphale, this hero dressed like a woman & spun wool; what a "labor"
    $200 12
James F. Byrnes, named to the court by this Pres. in 1941, resigned in 1942 to take a wartime post
    $200 6
In the early 20th century, Edward VIII introduced these shoes; Elvis wore "blue" ones
    $200 7
German by birth, she took her seat on the throne of Russia in 1762
    $200 14
Red blood cells are made in this substance that fills the medullary cavity of the bones
    $200 13
"Tek Vengeance" is the fourth in a series of sci-fi novels by this "Star Trek" star
    $400 2
This chief Norse god is the son of Bor, an early god, & Bestla, a giantess
    $400 23
In August 1993 she was confirmed as the second woman justice on the Supreme Court
    $400 21
Before it was introduced around 1940, this man-made fiber had been called No-Run & Nuron
    $400 8
In 1513 this explorer crossed the Isthmus of Panama; he couldn't wait for the canal
    $400 15
Known to the Romans, this smooth-skinned variety of peach has been called the nut of Persia
    $400 16
The novel "Fatherland" depicts what might have happened if this dictator had won WWII
    $600 3
Hermes gave Odysseus a magic herb called moly that protected him from this sorceress
    $600 24
Antonin Scalia was appointed to the court when this man was promoted to Chief Justice
    $600 22
This designer calls her customers "Liz Ladies"
    $600 9
After WWII West Berlin was divided into 3 zones: American, British & this
    $600 18
In 1941 this Caltech scientist published "Seismicity of the Earth"
    $600 17
"It Came from the Far Side" is a collection of his far-out cartoons
    DD: $1,000 4
This Roman goddess' Greek equivalent, Hestia, rejected Poseidon & Apollo & remained a maiden
    DD: $1,200 25
Tom C. Clark resigned from the court in 1967 when his son Ramsey was appointed to this office
    $800 30
In the singular it's a riding boot, but in the plural, they're riding pants
    $800 10
He was just 18 when he became emperor of Austria in 1848
    $800 19
These lines on a weather map connect points having the same temperature
    $800 27
Time magazine presumed that this "Presumed Innocent" author spawned the 1990s craze for legal thrillers
    $1000 5
Not everyone was a fan of this legendary lyre player; he was torn to pieces by a band of Thracian women
    $1000 26
This first Jewish justice graduated first in his Harvard Law School class in 1877
    $1000 29
Plain, satin & twill are the 3 basic types of these
    $1000 11
In 1878 Serbia, Montenegro & Romania were granted independence from this empire
    $1000 20
It's thought that these glassy objects were formed by the impacts of meteorites
    $1000 28
"The Devil's Candy" takes readers behind the scenes of this 1990 film based on Tom Wolfe's novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jack Rebecca Phil
$8,900 $1,200 $8,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 3 presidents elected in a year ending with "0" who did not die in office

Final scores:

Jack Rebecca Phil
$17,201 $200 $0
2-day champion: $24,801 2nd place: trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando 3rd place: Oneida gift certificate

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jack Rebecca Phil
$8,500 $1,200 $8,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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Game tape date: 1993-12-14
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