Show #1933 - Wednesday, January 20, 1993


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Anne Swiatek, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Paul Bloom, an aspiring filmmaker originally from Cranston, Rhode Island

Darryl Scott, an Air Force lieutenant colonel originally from Washington, D.C. (whose 1-day cash winnings total $1)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Glacier National Park in Montana contains some of the most spectacular scenery in these mountains
    $100 6
India's national holiday on August 15 celebrates its independence from this country
    $100 15
The upper part of this anatomical feature is the carapace; the lower, the plastron
    $100 26
Grace Lantz, who gave this bird his "Henh- henh-henh-hennh-henh" laugh, passed away in March 1992
    $100 2
The IRS uses the discriminate function system or DIF to determine which returns will receive this
    $100 3
Descriptive of noisy lions or the '20s
    $200 4
In 1777 it replaced New Castle as the capital of Delaware
    $200 22
This state's San Jacinto Day, April 21, celebrates its independence from Mexico
    $200 16
All turtles have these respiratory organs, though some can absorb oxygen through their throat lining
    $200 27
This folk singer was bound for glory with songs like "So Long (It's Been Good To Know Yuh)"
    $200 8
Of the 1040 forms, this is the shortest & easiest
    $200 5
The money demanded for the release of a kidnap victim
    $300 12
The Savannah River forms most of the border between South Carolina & this state
    $300 23
In the U.S. this holiday is observed on the second Sunday in May
    $300 18
It is unclear whether the giant tortoises of this Ecuadorean island group belong to 1 species
    $300 28
He's been seen sitting in the "Jeopardy!" audience in "White Men Can't Jump" & "Cheers"
    $300 11
You must list one of these for each dependent over 1 year old or risk a $50 fine for each omission
    $300 7
This root vegetable is often made into a rose- shaped hors d'oeuvre
    $400 13
Burlington is this state's only city with a population of over 30,000
    $400 24
This general's birthday, July 24, is a holiday in Ecuador & Venezuela
    $400 19
Most turtles are classified as this since they eat both plant & animal matter
    $400 29
In his 28 seasons at Ohio State, his team went to 8 Rose Bowls, winning 4
    $400 17
It started as a pilot program in 1986 & for 1991 over 10 million taxpayers filed this way
    $400 9
Hippocrates said "Extreme" ones of these "are most appropriate for extreme diseases"
    DD: $700 14
Oregon's Crater Lake, the deepest in the U.S., is located high in this mountain range
    $500 25
The end of a 1570s plague is commemorated by the Feast of the Redeemer in this Adriatic Italian port
    $500 20
One of the largest tortoises, the Aldabra Giant, is found on Mauritius & other islands in this ocean
    $500 30
After the Isham Jones band broke up this man used several of its musicians in his own band
    $500 21
Form 4868 gets you an extension of this many months to file, but you still have to pay what's due by April 15
    $500 10
A scoundrel or a solitary, vicious elephant

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Darryl Paul Anne
$1,700 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Darryl Paul Anne
$3,400 $1,600 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
On Jan. 1, 1790 he initiated the custom of a presidential reception on New Year's Day
    $200 15
Fannie Flagg included recipes for cornbread & pies in her novel about these "fried green" items
    $200 19
Martini's partner in an Italy-based potent potable company
    $200 11
The title of this Peter Shaffer play is Latin for "horse"
    $200 1
It's just under the pharynx & its name uses most of the same letters
    $200 12
The first European to see the Pacific, this explorer went on to lose his head
    $400 5
In 1969 the U.S. Destroyer Evans was cut in half by this country's carrier Melbourne
    $400 20
Cynthia Heimel called her 1991 book "If You Can't Live Without Me, Why Aren't You" this "Yet"?
    $400 21
Electrical engineer Camillo Olivetti shifted his interest to these machines in 1908
    $400 13
Eugene's mother shows him how she danced with George Raft in this playwright's "Broadway Bound"
    $400 2
You'll find nerve endings called cones in these sensory organs
    $400 14
A tiff with the Roundheads caused this king to lose his
    $600 6
This communications satellite was put into orbit July 10, 1962
    $600 22
This glamorous Czech didn't write her first novel "For Love Alone"--she got paid, too
    $600 27
This automaker is Italy's largest company in the private sector
    DD: $3,800 25
"Waiting for Godot" had its world premiere in this country, Samuel Beckett's adopted home, in 1953
    $600 3
This muscular tube that carries food from the throat to the stomach is also called the gullet
    $600 16
Tradition says Nero had this biblical letter writer beheaded in the 60s A.D.
    $800 7
Adolf Berle & Raymond Moley were members of this president's "Brain Trust"
    $800 23
"Embrace the Serpent" is a political thriller by this political wife & her sister Nancy Tucker Northcott
    DD: $200 28
This company began selling its United Colors out of Ponzano, Italy in 1965
    $800 26
"Return to the Forbidden Planet" is a rock musical based on this Shakespearean play
    $800 9
A short stalk connects this hormone-producing "master" gland to the hypothalamus
    $800 17
This "incorruptible" Reign of Terror leader was upset the first time he had to give out a death penalty
    $1000 8
He was president about 6 1/2 months--4 before he was shot & 2 1/2 after
    $1000 24
The pivotal reunion in Anne Rivers Siddons' "Outer Banks" is set in the Outer Banks of this state
    $1000 29
Valentino puts a V symbol on his merchandise, while this family puts a GG on theirs
    $1000 30
In 1961 he acted in his own play "The Caretaker"; in 1991 he directed a revival of it
    $1000 10
The name of this upper arm bone comes from the Latin for "upper arm"
    $1000 18
This prince of Walachia with a penchant for impaling was beheaded by the Turks

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Darryl Paul Anne
$9,600 $0 $6,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Common name of the plants that make up the genus Helianthus

Final scores:

Darryl Paul Anne
$13,401 $0 $13,399
2-day champion: $13,402 3rd place: Ross Simons mirror + Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! for Super Nintendo Entertainment System & Sega Genesis + Jeopardy! home game 2nd place: trip on Delta to Mexico City & stay at Krystal Rosa + Jeopardy! home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Darryl Paul Anne
$10,000 $3,800 $6,700
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1992-10-12
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