Responses for Super Jeopardy! show #8 - Saturday, August 4, 1990

Super Jeopardy! semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio

Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California

Keith Walker, an attorney from Pomona, California

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Jeopardy! Round responses

1989
RELIGION
POTPOURRI
TV SITCOMS
DESERTS
"X", "Y", "Z"
    200 20
Pluto

Keith
    200 27
Islam

Roger
    200 18
(Roger: What is the American Lung Association?)

the American Cancer Society

BruceRoger
    200 2
Darryl & my other brother Darryl

Roger
    200 13
the Gobi

Roger
    200 1
zap

Roger
    400 21
Barbara Bush

Keith
    1,800 11
Good Friday & Ash Wednesday

Bruce
    400 25
poll taxes

Roger
    400 3
Morey Amsterdam

Roger
    400 14
a mesa

Roger
    400 6
Xavier

Roger
    600 22
(Roger: Who is Botha?)

de Klerk

BruceRoger
    600 12
Lutheranism

Keith
    600 28
Yellowstone

Keith
    600 4
My Three Sons

Roger
    600 15
the Painted Desert

Roger
    600 8
yew

Keith
    800 23
Mapplethorpe (or Andres Serrano)

Bruce
    800 19
the Jewish New Year (or Rosh Hashanah)

Keith
    800 29
(Roger: What is 14 cents?)

15 cents

KeithRoger
    800 5
(Roger: What is…)

Barney Miller

KeithRoger
    800 16
silicon dioxide (or quartz)

Roger
    800 9
the Zuni Indians

Bruce
    1000 24
(Roger: Who is…)

Ferdinand Marcos

KeithRoger
    1000 26
the Anglican Church (or the Church of England)

Roger
    1000 30
a styptic pencil

Roger
    1000 7
(Roger: What is mother?)

mother-in-law

KeithRoger
    1000 17
the Kalahari

Keith
    1000 10
Xanthippe

Bruce

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

Keith Bruce Roger
3,000 3,600 1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Bruce Roger
7,800 5,200 2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

WORLD LITERATURE
U.S. GOVERNMENT
CLASSICAL MUSIC
THE NEW WORLD
SKYSCRAPERS
ROYALTY
    500 22
The Jungle

Bruce
    500 23
the INS (Immigration & Naturalization Service)

Bruce
    500 2
Wagner

Roger
    500 10
Wall Street

Roger
    500 1
dirigibles

Keith
    500 14
(Roger: What is Spain?)

Italy

BruceRoger
    1000 18
The Brothers Karamazov

Bruce
    1000 24
Government Printing Office

Roger
    1000 7
"The Trout"

Bruce
    1000 11
the Fountain of Youth

Bruce
    1000 3
the Sears Tower

Roger
    1000 13
(Roger: Who is Ferdinand?)
(Alex: Be more specific.)
(Roger: Who is Ferdinand I?)
(Alex: Nope.)
...
(Alex: Yes, this couple.)

Ferdinand & Isabella

KeithRoger
    1500 19
Goethe

Bruce
    7,500 28
(Alex: And if ever you were going to make a move, Roger, this would seem to be the time.)

the Department of Agriculture

Roger
    3,000 8
(Alex: Middle of the column, we have an Audio Daily Double, and you have just moved into the lead with 8,700 points.)
...
(Alex: Yes, [*]'s "Minute Waltz.")

(Frederic) Chopin

Bruce
    1500 25
(Roger: What is Manhattan?)

Long Island

KeithRoger
    1500 4
St. Louis

Roger
    1500 15
Sweden

Bruce
    2000 20
Nikos Kazantzakis

Triple Stumper
    2000 29
(Bruce: What is Chief of Staff?)

the Head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

BruceRoger
    2000 9
Seiji Ozawa

Roger
    2000 26
(Keith: What is Ketchikan?)

Sitka

Keith
Triple Stumper
    2000 5
Columbus(, Ohio)

Roger
    2000 16
Maria Luisa

Bruce
    2500 21
Moliere

Bruce
    2500 30
the Environmental Protection Agency

Keith
    2500 12
Palestrina

Bruce
    2500 27
the French & Indian War

Roger
    2500 6
Mies van der Rohe

Bruce
    2500 17
(Roger: Who is Alexander?)

Alexei

BruceRoger

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Bruce Roger
11,300 25,700 17,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

SHAKESPEAREAN QUOTES
[Before Roger's response is revealed]
(Alex: And we go down to Roger Storm of Ohio. He was up and down in this game, came through at the end with that Daily Double...)
...
[Before Bruce's response is revealed]
(Alex: And guess what, Bruce, you're going to win, but we'll check your response just to see…)
...
[After Bruce's response & wager are revealed]
(Alex: …and you'd have been a winner by one point anyway.)
...
[Post-Final remark]
(Alex: Bruce just corrected me. He would not have been a sure winner. If he had responded incorrectly, Keith would have won. Thank you; see, it takes a Jeopardy! champion to notice these things. Next week, join us then. So long, everyone!)
KeithWho is Lady Macbeth?
6,100
RogerWho is Juliet?
17,000
BruceWho is Lady Macbeth?
8,301
Lady Macbeth

Final scores:

Keith Bruce Roger
17,400 34,001 0
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Keith Bruce Roger
11,300 22,800 11,000
15 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
10 W

Combined Coryat: 45,100

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