Suggest correction - #2113 - 1993-11-10

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    $1000 12
Last name of the creator of "Murphy Brown", or the subject she once taught in high school

Show #2113 - Wednesday, November 10, 1993

1993 Celebrity Jeopardy! game 3.


Michael Feinstein, a musician and singer of classic American showtunes and love songs from

Paula Poundstone, a winner of a CableACE award and star of her own TV show from The Paula Poundstone Show

Kelsey Grammer, a television's favorite psychiatrist, Dr. Frasier Crane from Frasier

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 10
An ex-concubine named Wu Hou became this country's empress during the T'ang dynasty
    $100 1
He sported a snazzy red leather bow tie when he grabbed a fistful of Oscars for "Unforgiven"
    $100 17
Daisy could tell you that a tandem is one of these "built for two"
    $100 12
Follow the hand movements in this Hawaiian dance; they're telling a story
    $100 5
It's slang for the electric chair
    $200 22
This Tudor king's first, fifth & sixth wives were all named Catherine
    $200 2
In 1986 this singer-actress' Bob Mackie ensemble featured a wild feathered headdress & a bare navel
    $200 18
Mode of transportation in "Jingle Bells"
    $200 13
To conga you take 3 steps forward and do this
    $200 6
Empty, exaggerated talk is just a lot of this
    $300 3
She picked up her Oscar for "My Cousin Vinny" in an elegant white Chanel gown with black stripes
    $300 19
The U.S. Space Station contract was awarded to this Seattle plane company
    $300 14
It's a tap dance without the metal taps
    $300 7
A little horse sense will tell you it means eager to race
    $400 4
In 1993 this "Lorenzo's Oil" nominee poured herself into a tight gold gown that rivaled the Oscar itself
    $400 20
An ad for this Winter Olympic sport said, "$30,000. And you still have to push the thing to start it"
    $400 15
This "Singin' in the Rain" octogenarian helped choreograph Madonna's Fall '93 tour
    $400 8
Hotheads know this phrase for "angry" comes from the blush of red they get around the neck
    $500 11
In 1993 she was in "A League of Her Own" in a daringly low-cut black velvet gown designed by Bill Hargate
    $500 21
On a 1992 kids' record, last year's Celeb. Jeopardy champ Cheech Marin is the driver of one of these
    $500 16
A toned-down version of the rumba reached the U.S. from this island country in the late 1920s
    $500 9
Their hit "Give It Away" won this alternative rock band a 1993 Grammy

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

Kelsey Paula Michael
$700 $100 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kelsey Paula Michael
$1,300 -$1,200 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
In 1906 the U.S. mint in this Rocky Mountain city produced its first coins
    $200 19
It's an instrumental in free form that expreses some mood; Gershwin wrote one "in Blue"
    $200 14
Many families eat the Beltsville Small type of this bird on Thanksgiving
    $400 9
On Oct. 20, 1803 the Senate approved the acquisition of this 828,000-square-mile area from France
    $400 7
Italian for "in chapel style", it's singing without instrumental accompaniment
    $400 1
Barbara Walters was originally a writer on this morning show, but she later became one of its hosts
    $400 15
The kookaburra is native to this continent
    $600 10
In 1952 Nixon said about this cocker spaniel, "Regardless of what they say about it, we're gonna keep it"
    $600 6
In an orchestra the concertmaster plays this instrument
    $600 2
Michelle Lee directed some episodes of this series on which she played Karen Fairgate MacKenzie
    $600 16
This largest bird can run 40 miles an hour, so it hardly matters that it can't fly
    DD: $1,000 11
In 1954 this New York immigration station known as "The Gateway to the New World" closed after 62 years
    $800 5
Andreas Vollenweider & Enya are popularly associated with this "new" style of music
    $800 3
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason wrote every episode of this "decorative" sitcom's 2nd season
    $800 17
This "religious" red bird is the state bird of Ohio
    $1000 13
Naval battles in this war named for a year included Lake Champlain & Lake Erie
    $1000 4
In 1978 this India-born conductor left the Los Angeles symphony to lead the New York Philharmonic
    $1000 12
Last name of the creator of "Murphy Brown", or the subject she once taught in high school
    DD: $1,000 18
A bird that's described as apivorous eats these insects

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kelsey Paula Michael
$4,100 $1,200 $3,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

In '77 this foreign affairs adviser quipped, "There cannot be a crisis next week, my schedule is already full"

Final scores:

Kelsey Paula Michael
$8,200 $2,400 $4,500
Winner: $10,000 to charity 3rd place: $10,000 to charity 2nd place: $10,000 to charity

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kelsey Paula Michael
$4,100 $1,000 $4,500
16 R,
3 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
9 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $9,600

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