Responses for show #2501 - Monday, June 19, 1995

Jim Vercolen game 5.

Contestants

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Ed McIntyre, a part-time newspaper copy editor from Durham, North Carolina

Mark Schmelz, a physicist from West Point, New York

Jim Vercolen, a part-time teacher from Rochester, New York (whose 4-day cash winnings total $40,200)

Jeopardy! Round responses

ANIMALS
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
EXOTIC FRUITS & VEGETABLES
AMERICAN HISTORY
EXPLOSIVES
EUROPEAN POTPOURRI
    $100 21
clam

Ed
    $100 11
Anjelica Huston

Jim
    $100 26
star

Mark
    $100 6
9

Jim
    $100 1
TNT

Jim
    $100 16
Italy

Jim
    $200 22
elephant

Jim
    $200 12
(Mark: Who is Shelley Long?)

Kirstie Alley

MarkEd
    $200 27
kiwi

Mark
    $200 7
Selective Service

Jim
    $200 2
nuclear weapon

Ed
    $200 17
Netherlands

Jim
    $300 23
giant panda

Jim
    $300 13
Louis Jourdan

Triple Stumper
    $300 28
Japan

Mark
    $300 8
dinner pail

Jim
    $300 3
nitroglycerine

Jim
    $300 18
(Mark: What is Spain?)

France

MarkEd
    $400 24
chimpanzee

Mark
    $400 14
(Ed: Who are the [*] sisters?)

(Vanessa & Lynn) Redgrave

Ed
    $400 29
Israel

Ed
    $600 9
Harding

Jim
    $400 4
Alfred Nobel

Ed
    $400 19
(Jim: What is Budapest?)

Bucharest

JimMark
    $500 25
(Ed: What is a Persian?)

Abyssinian

Ed
Triple Stumper
    $500 15
Paul Muni

Ed
    $500 30
litchi

Triple Stumper
    $500 10
Boston

Mark
    $500 5
plastic explosive

Ed
    $500 20
Riga

Ed

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

Jim Mark Ed
$1,700 $300 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Ed
$2,100 $1,400 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round responses

THE 17th CENTURY
POLITICIANS
RIVERS
MUSIC
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
PLAYS & PLAYWRIGHTS
    $200 2
Amsterdam

Mark
    $200 14
Georgia

Mark
    $200 21
Thames

Jim
    $200 1
country & western (country music)

Jim
    $200 26
longitude

Mark
    $200 7
Tennessee Williams

Jim
    $400 3
Mary

Ed
    $400 15
Barry Goldwater

Ed
    $400 22
Yangtze

Jim
    $400 10
television

Triple Stumper
    $400 27
3

Jim
    $400 8
Neil Simon

Jim
    $600 4
Michigan

Jim
    $600 18
Ronald Reagan

Ed
    $600 23
Ontario

Jim
    $600 11
Spain

Jim
    $600 28
rod

Ed
    $600 9
Noel Coward

Mark
    $800 5
(John) Bunyan

Jim
    $800 19
Robert Byrd

Ed
    $800 24
Arno

Jim
    $800 12
(Johann Sebastian) Bach

Ed
    $1,000 29
avoirdupois

Ed
    $800 16
Rostand

Ed
    $1000 6
Shah Jihan

Triple Stumper
    $2,200 20
Lyndon Johnson

Ed
    $1000 25
Jordan

Ed
    $1000 13
Handel

Mark
    $1000 30
cubit

Jim
    $1000 17
(Mark: What is A Doll's House?)

The Master Builder

MarkEd

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Mark Ed
$8,300 $2,600 $12,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round responses

ARTISTS
MarkWho is Picasso?
$2,500
JimWho was Gaugin
$8,300
EdWho was Gauguin?
$4,100
Paul Gauguin

Final scores:

Jim Mark Ed
$16,600 $100 $16,700
2nd place: trip to Curacao and stay at Holiday Beach Hotel + Jeopardy! Sport Edition for computer or Super Nintendo 3rd place: Technics mini component system + Jeopardy! Sport Edition for computer or Super Nintendo New champion: $16,700

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jim Mark Ed
$8,100 $2,600 $11,200
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
11 R,
3 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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