Responses for show #2 - Tuesday, September 11, 1984

Second episode. Three-way tie at zero.

Contestants

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Paul Schaeffer, a registered nurse originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Lynne Crawford, a carpenter originally from West Springfield, Massachusetts

Greg Hopkins, an energy demonstrator from Waverly, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $8,400)

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Jeopardy! Round responses

STATE CAPITALS
THE '40S
HOMONYMS
TRANSPORTATION
COUNTRY MUSIC
BY THE NUMBERS
    $100 6
(Paul: ...Uhh... [as Alex begins to cut him off] What is Hartford?)
(Alex: I'm sorry, you drew a blank and it didn't work for you.)
(Lynne: What is Hartford, [*]?)
(Alex: [*], yes. That's it.)

Connecticut

LynnePaul
    $100 1
(Alex: He was reading the eye chart from the other room at the time.)

Superman

Greg
    $100 11
(Greg: no answer)

V8

Greg
Triple Stumper
    $100 21
Loretta Lynn

Paul
    $100 16
(Lynne: What are 0 and 7?)

00

LynnePaul
    $200 7
Santa Fe

Paul
    $200 2
the Red Cross

Greg
    $200 12
solo

Lynne
    $200 22
the Grand Ole Opry

Greg
    $200 17
one

Greg
    $300 8
Trenton, New Jersey

Paul
    $300 3
(Alex: ...and that started a big trend, as we all know.)

Frank Sinatra

Greg
    $300 13
Amtrak

Greg
    $300 23
Glen Campbell

Lynne
    $300 18
7

Greg
    $400 9
Denver

Greg
    $400 4
the Philippines

Greg
    $400 14
[Paul gave both of the first two listed responses, unprompted.]

the underground (or the metro or subway system)

Paul
    $400 24
[The end-of-round signal sounds.]

Johnny Cash

Greg
    $400 19
(Alex: [Prior to Greg's wager] ...and we have about a minute to go in the round.)

108

Greg
    $500 10
(Paul: What is Salt Lake City?)

Providence

Paul
Triple Stumper
    $500 5
(Alex: You swept the entire category in beautiful fashion. $1,500 in cash for you.)
[Applause]

Tokyo Rose

Greg
    $500 15
(Paul: What are freight trains?)
(Greg: What are canals?)

streetcars

GregLynnePaul
    $500 20
Nine

Paul

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Greg Lynne Paul
$1,900 $100 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Lynne Paul
$3,100 $1,000 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

WILD WEST
OPERA
SPORTS
BIOLOGY
FOREIGN PHRASES
RELIGION
    $200 13
Tombstone

Paul
    $200 7
(Lynne: What is the [*] overture?)

William Tell

Lynne
    $200 25
(Paul: ...What is the 100-yard dash?)
[other two lecterns light simultaneously; end-of-round signal sounds]
(Alex: Too much time, and I'm going to give it to you. We had both of you ring in at the same time there, Greg and Lynne, but too much time had expired.)

the Olympics

Paul
Triple Stumper
    $200 14
a frog

Greg
    $200 1
Gesundheit

Greg
    $200 2
(St.) Thomas

Greg
    $400 16
Annie Oakley

Lynne
    $400 8
a barber

Lynne
    $400 20
(Paul: [No response])
[Greg's and Lynne's lecterns light up simultaneously.]
(Alex: Too much time, and we have a problem with...)
[Greg's light turns off.]
(Alex: ...oh, Lynne rang in first.)

the Beagle

LynnePaul
    $400 5
(Paul: What is the hood?)
(Alex: Be more specific.)
(Paul: [No response])

the hood on a truck

GregPaul
    $400 3
North America

Greg
    $600 17
the Pony Express

Greg
    $1,000 9
Enrico Caruso

Lynne
    $600 22
cells

Paul
    $600 12
(Paul: no answer)

nom de plume

GregPaul
    $600 4
white

Paul
    $800 18
(the gunfight at) the OK Corral

Paul
    $800 10
Madame Butterfly

Lynne
    $800 23
chlorophyll

Greg
    $800 21
I saw

Greg
    $800 6
(Greg: What is nihilism?)

Zen

GregLynne
    $1000 19
the Oregon Trail

Greg
    $1000 11
Teatro alla Scala

Triple Stumper
    $1000 24
DNA

Greg
    $1000 15
Islam

Greg

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Greg Lynne Paul
$9,500 $5,000 $1,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

THE CALENDAR
(Alex: Oh, boy. What... I'm at a loss for words in a situation like this. [Whistles] Hey folks, easy come, easy go. Because all of our contestants wound up with nothing, we have consolation prizes for each of them. Tomorrow on Jeopardy!, we'll be bringing in three new players to play the game...)
(Voices offstage: The answer!)
(Alex: You mean, "What is the question?" The question is [*].)
PaulWhat was Jan 1, 1900
$1,100
LynneWhat is Jan. 1, 1900
$5,000
GregWhat is Jan 1, 1900
$9,500
January 1, 1901

Final scores:

Greg Lynne Paul
$0 $0 $0
Loser: a range and dinnerware Loser: a range and dinnerware Loser: an exercise machine

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Greg Lynne Paul
$9,500 $4,600 $1,100
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
7 W

Combined Coryat: $15,200

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