Responses for Show #1635 - Friday, October 11, 1991

Leszek Pawlowicz game 2.

Contestants

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Vincent Soatikee, a musician and actor from Los Angeles, California

Nick Pyle, an architect from Los Angeles, California

Leszek Pawlowicz, a materials scientist from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,401)

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Jeopardy! Round responses

ZOOLOGY
COMPLETES THE FILM TITLE
FOOD
LOUISIANA
TEXTILES
GO TO "H"
    $100 6
boars

Leszek
    $100 1
Ever Told

Leszek
    $100 19
sushi

Leszek
    $100 26
Baton Rouge

Leszek
    $100 11
Kodak

Leszek
    $100 13
halitosis

Leszek
    $200 7
zebra

Nick
    $200 2
Day Off

Leszek
    $200 20
grits

Leszek
    $200 27
Mardi Gras

Leszek
    $200 12
lint

Leszek
    $200 14
(Nick: What is Kingston?)

Havana (Cuba)

NickVince
    $300 8
a yak

Leszek
    $300 3
Susan

Leszek
    $300 21
Philadelphia

Leszek
    $300 28
Spain

Leszek
    $300 18
camelhair

Leszek
    $300 15
[The board-loading sound effect inexplicably starts to play, and then cuts off, as Alex reviews the scores just before the first break.]

a hedgehog

Leszek
    $1,000 9
monkeys

Leszek
    $400 4
at Ridgemont High

Nick
    $400 22
hops

Leszek
    $400 29
the pelican

Leszek
    $400 24
flax

Leszek
    $400 16
Hanover

Leszek
    $500 10
(Vince: What is his stomach?)

cheeks

NickVince
    $500 5
His Dream House

Leszek
    $500 23
apples

Nick
    $500 30
(Alex: I can't believe Leszek didn't ring in on this. It's been The Alex & Leszek Show for the last few minutes. [*] is the one we were going through. Nick and Vince, you two really have your work cut out for you in Double Jeopardy!, as you know, because Leszek has moved very strongly into the lead. He has $7,300. But you know, you run one and a half categories in that Double Jeopardy! Round, or you hit the Daily Double, and you could turn things around completely--so be optimistic, and relax for a few minutes. We'll pause for these commercials, and when we return, we'll have the board ready to go in Double Jeopardy!)

Lake Pontchartrain

Triple Stumper
    $500 25
silk

Leszek
    $500 17
Herodotus

Leszek

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

Leszek Nick Vince
$3,200 $900 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Nick Vince
$7,300 $1,400 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

ARCHAEOLOGY
MONTHS
19th C. AMERICANS
SCIENCE
FRENCH LITERATURE
OLD TESTAMENT
    $200 5
clay

Leszek
    $200 11
May

Leszek
    $200 16
John Deere

Leszek
    $200 2
fingerprints

Leszek
    $200 21
Chateaubriand

Vince
    $200 26
Daniel

Nick
    $400 6
Easter Island

Nick
    $400 12
(Alex: Yes, you're on the plus side now.)

July

Vince
    $400 17
Clara Barton

Leszek
    $400 3
plasma

Leszek
    $400 22
Candide

Nick
    $400 27
Sodom

Vince
    $600 1
Herculaneum

Leszek
    $600 13
April

Leszek
    $600 18
John Brown

Leszek
    $600 4
electrical energy

Nick
    $600 23
Notre Dame Cathedral

Leszek
    $600 28
David

Nick
    $800 7
Guatemala

Leszek
    $4,000 14
(Alex: Leszek, I'm not sure if you have kept up on Jeopardy! history, but you might be familiar with the one-day record for a player on our show. You are now positioned to set a new record. You have $13,100.)
...
(Alex: Leszek, I need a response.)
(Leszek: What is September?)

February

Leszek
    $800 19
William B. Travis

Triple Stumper
    $800 8
an image

Leszek
    $800 24
Sartre

Leszek
    $800 29
Nebuchadnezzar

Nick
    $1000 10
New Mexico

Leszek
    $1000 15
June

Vince
    $1000 20
Noah Webster

Leszek
    $1000 9
the pancreas

Leszek
    $1000 25
(Fran├žois) Rabelais

Nick
    $5,000 30
(Nick: Who was Esau?)

Seth

Nick

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Nick Vince
$12,700 $400 $1,700
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

U.S. CITIES
(Alex: I believe the city was the site of the famous "Iron Curtain" speech given by Winston Churchill some years ago.)
...
(Vince: I was gonna write "Whitney".)
(Alex: You were going to try "Whitney"? Or "Whittier"?)
(Vince: "Whitney".)
NickWhat is Edison Park N.J.
$399
VinceWhat is Whit
$1,000
LeszekWhat is Edison
$4,700
Fulton, Missouri

Final scores:

Leszek Nick Vince
$8,000 $1 $700
2-day champion: $23,401 3rd place: Hotpoint extra-large washer & dryer + the Nintendo Entertainment System 2nd place: a trip to Cancun aboard AeroCancun with accomodations at the Hotel Oasis Cancun

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Leszek Nick Vince
$16,100 $5,400 $1,700
40 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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Game tape date: 1991-08-20
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