Show #2222 - Tuesday, April 12, 1994


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John O'Brien, a contract specialist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

David Stewart, a songwriter from Brooklyn, New York

Allen Newman, an Episcopal priest from the Bronx, New York (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
In January this armored car company was robbed of $1.5 million
    $100 6
First paired in "Joe versus the Volcano", they were reteamed in 1993's "Sleepless in Seattle"
    $100 1
Politically speaking, it's the opposite of a hawk
    $100 11
The cliche about a leopard's inability to do this goes back to Jeremiah 13:23
    $100 26
It's a "cosmetic" euphemism for the ladies' room
    $100 16
This nation borders only Spain
    $200 22
In May this country crowned Phumiphon Adundet as Rama IX in a ceremony in Bangkok
    $200 7
The "Walls of Jericho" were erected between these 2 "It Happened One Night" stars
    $200 2
George Bush used the phrase "voodoo economics" to describe this candidate's economic plan
    $200 12
To feign sleep or innocence is to "play" this, in imitation of a certain marsupial
    $200 27
It's a room in a school or office building named for the meal that's usually eaten there
    $200 17
The Amu Darya River formed part of Afghanistan's border with this country that invaded it in 1979
    $300 23
In October General MacArthur called on this country's forces to surrender—they refused
    $300 8
They were the 2 halves of the team in "To Have and Have Not"
    $300 3
Election night predictions are often based on these surveys taken just after people have voted
    $300 13
The phrase "to hit" this "button" supposedly goes back to warning systems on WWII bombers
    $300 28
A shutterbug takes film into this room to see what develops
    $300 18
Bolivia's border with this long, narrow country is in the western cordillera of the Andes
    $400 24
The U.S. & Canada signed a 50-year agreement to protect this landmark's beauty & to develop its power
    $400 9
This pair's love scene on the beach in "From Here to Eternity" has been imitated often
    $400 4
An official government report is called this color "paper"
    $400 14
The phrase "His name is" this actually predates the doctor who set John Wilkes Booth's leg
    $400 29
A room used for entertaining guests, or the type of game, such as charades, that you play in it
    $400 19
This country has borders with the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg & France
    $500 25
This country's Department of the Interior classified residents by color & issued ID cards
    $500 10
It was 1st filmed with Lana Turner & John Garfield; the remake starred Jessica Lange & Jack Nicholson
    DD: $700 5
John D. Rockefeller IV was once governor of this state; now he represents it in the U.S. Senate
    $500 15
Repudiating Darwin's theory of evolution, Disraeli claimed to be "on the side of" these heavenly beings
    $500 30
"Sketch" artists might use this formal reception room whose name once included the prefix "with"
    $500 20
Alaska borders British Columbia & this Canadian territory

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

Allen David John
$300 $3,700 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Allen David John
$1,300 $6,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1244 Muslim mercenaries recaptured this holy city, setting off the Seventh Crusade
    $200 10
Term for the imaginary line connecting the North & South poles; the Earth spins around it
    $200 22
El Greco's "Laocoon" features a priest of this city who warned against accepting the wooden horse
    $200 15
Though the Bartlett type of this ripens in summer, most other varieties wait until fall
    $200 6
Part of this play is set in "that same ancient vault where all the kindred of the Capulets lie"
    $200 17
"Brother Against Brother" by Time-Life Books is a history of this war
    $400 2
Napoleon crowned himself emperor of France in 1804 & king of this country in 1805
    $400 11
For the Earth it's about 93 million miles; for Venus it's less
    $400 23
A 1782 Gilbert Stuart portrait shows William Grant in this activity on the frozen Serpentine
    $400 27
The kosher & pickling types of this seasoning are not iodized
    $400 7
Act II of "Julius Caesar" opens in Brutus' orchard in this city
    $400 18
The recent book subtitled "Reckless Youth" deals with this president's early years
    $600 3
Erected in 1020, Hawk's castle in Switzerland was the original seat of this ruling family
    $600 12
The movements of these cause volcanic eruptions & earthquakes
    $600 24
The gallery contains an "Adoration of the Magi" by this "Birth of Venus" artist
    $600 28
The smaller of the hard-shell varieties of these can be eaten on the half shell
    $600 8
In this play Ariel sometimes enters like a water-nymph & sometimes like a harpy
    $600 19
"Hope and Suffering" is a 1983 collection of sermons & addresses by this South African bishop
    $800 4
In 1059 Pope Nicholas II legalized the marriage of this future king of England & Matilda of Flanders
    $800 13
Of the 3 types of rocks, the one gneiss is
    $800 25
Number 1 (Lavender Mist) is one of this artist's most important "drip" paintings
    DD: $100 29
Restaurateur Alfredo di Lelio is credited with inventing this dish in 1914
    $800 9
Time acts as the chorus in this play that has a time of year in its title
    $800 20
"A Thief in the Night" by John Cornwell investigates the mysterious death of this Pope
    DD: $2,000 5
In 1977 he became the first Soviet leader to act as Communist Party chief & president of the USSR
    $1000 16
1 of the 2 metals that together make up about 13% of the weight of the Earth's crust
    $1000 26
A William Hogarth painting of a scene from this John Gay work shows Macheath in shackles
    $1000 30
A traditional Korean meal usually includes several types of this pickled vegetable dish
    $1000 14
After this prince dies, Fortinbras says, "Let four captains bear" him "like a soldier to the stage"
    $1000 21
Dr. Deepak Chopra offers "the quantum alternative to growing old" in "Ageless Body, Timeless" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Allen David John
$1,300 $12,700 $5,500
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This university was founded in 1870 at the urging of Rutherford B. Hayes

Final scores:

Allen David John
$100 $14,100 $7,500
3rd place: Ross Simons earrings New champion: $14,100 2nd place: trip to Maui, Hawaii

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Allen David John
$1,300 $13,200 $4,500
11 R,
3 W
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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Game tape date: 1994-01-11
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