Show #2218 - Wednesday, April 6, 1994


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Sandy Zusmann, a marketing manager from Atlanta, Georgia

Jean Smith, an elementary school teacher from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ali Vaezy, a medical student from Lexington, Kentucky (whose 2-day cash winnings total $27,300)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
After killing this creature, Theseus escaped from the Labyrinth by following a thread he'd left
    $100 12
Type of animal that "went to market", "stayed home" or "had roast beef"
    $100 14
For breakfast or light dining, you might order an omelet & this hard, chewy roll with a hole
    $100 1
At this French leader's request in 1967, NATO removed its headquarters from France
    $100 15
The spotted variety of this African mammal is famous for "laughing"; the striped one must be quieter
    $100 7
Bartlett's attributes "Come On, Baby, Light My Fire" to this group, not Jim Morrison
    $200 16
When this sea god drove his chariot over the waters, they became calm
    $200 13
Game whose rhyme begins, "Blind man, blind man, sure you can't see? Turn around 3 times & try to catch me"
    $200 30
These pancakes often come with a fruit or cheese filling & a side of sour cream
    $200 2
In August 1963 the U.S. & USSR set up this communications link to reduce the risk of war
    $200 23
In the summer a cold drink such as iced tea really does this
    $200 8
While in prison in 1985, this South African said, "Only free men can negotiate"
    $300 20
As a baby he was dipped in the River Styx by his mother, Thetis, to make his body safe from wounds
    $300 27
He & his wife have gone down in rhyme history as platter lickers
    $300 21
Menu listings for soup usually include kreplach & this cold beet soup
    $300 3
In March 1946 Winston Churchill said that this "has descended across the continent" of Europe
    $300 18
Canine spots turn into musical notes in the title sequence of this 1961 animated Disney film
    $300 9
"Poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to" this country is attributed to Porfirio Diaz
    $400 26
Hercules' 11th labor was to bring this fruit to King Eurystheus of Mycenae
    $400 17
Tom probably learned to play "Over the Hills and Far Away" on this instrument from his dad
    $400 29
As an appetizer try this dish of ground whitefish & matzo meal served in a jellied stock
    $400 4
In response to a Soviet blockade, the West airlifted supplies into this city in 1948 & 1949
    $400 24
One of this character's most famous lines is "Out, damned spot! Out, I say!"
    $400 10
Completes the title of Thomas Harris' book "I'm OK—"
    $500 22
He was called "God of the Vines"
    $500 28
Quartet of herbs that follow "Can you make me a cambric shirt"
    $500 19
It's the "proper" name for a sandwich of corned beef, Swiss cheese & sauerkraut on rye
    DD: $400 5
In June 1967 LBJ & this Soviet leader met for the first time in Glassboro, N.J.
    $500 25
The 1940 hit "Java Jive" was one of this singing group's most popular records
    $500 11
This president called the effort to solve the energy crisis "the moral equivalent of war"

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

Ali Jean Sandy
$700 $700 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ali Jean Sandy
$1,500 $3,400 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This cruel czar murdered 1 wife, sent 2 to convents & thought his enemies poisoned 3
    $200 5
Many scholars think his first epistle to the Thessalonians is the oldest writing in the New Testament
    $200 7
Varicella is commonly known by this name that reminds us of poultry
    $200 14
It's the river flowing past Chattanooga & it shares its name with the state
    $200 10
For the number 49, it's 7
    $200 27
He was buried under LBJ's landslide
    $400 2
Antonio de Nebrija's 1492 book on Castilian grammar is dedicated to her
    $400 6
1 Samuel 17:23 calls him "the champion, the Philistine of Gath"
    $400 9
This state's San Joaquin Valley is one place where the infection known as Valley fever is most common
    $400 15
This largest Maryland city has 2 outlets to the sea: Chesapeake Bay & the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal
    $400 19
It's an underground room, covered with earth, used for the storage of various vegetables
    DD: $1,200 29
You should be able to name this Barry after hearing this:

"Oh, baby"
    $600 3
In 1503 King James IV of Scotland married this Tudor king's sister Margaret
    $600 30
This third gospel is addressed to Theophilus, whose name means "friend to God"
    $600 11
Bjorn & Martina may know that the medical term for this inflammation is epicondylitis
    $600 22
Bays in this state include Grand Traverse, Keweenaw & Saginaw
    $600 28
This procedure involves the removal of the nerve & other tissues from a tooth's pulp cavity
    $600 26
Original host of the TV show on which you heard the cry "Joker! Joker! Joker!"
    $800 4
It's believed that an ivory statuette is the only preserved likeness of this builder of the Great Pyramid
    $800 16
Judges 4:4 tells us she was a prophetess as well as a judge
    $800 12
Glossitis is defined as inflammation of this organ
    $800 23
This sound & the island with which it shares its name lie south of Cape Cod
    $800 20
It's the major anchoring portion of an oak
    $800 17
Thackeray's book about him was published between "Catherine" & "The Book of Snobs"
    $1000 8
This great Saxon king's daughter Aethelflaed raised armies to keep Danish invaders out of England
    $1000 25
This city given to the tribe of Manasseh was the home of a noted witch
    $1000 13
In a blepharoplasty, excess tissue is removed from the area around these
    DD: $2,000 24
This 100-mile-long Texas island was named for Spanish priest Nicolas Balli
    $1000 21
This statesman served as Secretary of War under both William McKinley & Teddy Roosevelt
    $1000 18
This former chairman of Fox, Inc. is now CEO of QVC

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ali Jean Sandy
$4,300 $4,400 $8,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1920s she wrote, "A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction"

Final scores:

Ali Jean Sandy
$8,599 $8,800 $8,801
3rd place: Pinseeker golf clubs + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games for the Super Nintendo & Sega Genesis 2nd place: trip to Fort Myers, Florida New champion: $8,801

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ali Jean Sandy
$4,300 $6,400 $8,500
12 R,
3 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 1994-01-10
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