Suggest correction - #2 - 1984-09-11

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    $200 17
Three Dog Night called this the loneliest number

Show #2 - Tuesday, September 11, 1984

Second episode. Three-way tie at zero.


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 (1-day champion whose cash winnings total $8,400)

Jeopardy! Round

THE '40S
    $100 6
Until 1875 its dual capitals were New Haven & Hartford
    $100 1
Though faster than a speeding bullet, he was ruled 4-F
    $100 11
Type of auto engine, or a tomato cocktail
    $100 21
A grandma before her 30th birthday, she's the real "Coal Miner's Daughter"
    $100 16
The 2 digits that give James Bond license to kill
    $200 7
This N.M. town is the oldest city that's a state capital
    $200 2
By war's end, they had banked over 13 million units of blood for plasma
    $200 12
Lindbergh was not first to fly the Atlantic, but first to do it this way
    $200 22
Nashville's Ryman Auditorium was its home for years
    $200 17
Three Dog Night called this the loneliest number
    $300 8
Crossing the Delaware on Xmas, 1776, Washington defeated the Hessians at this N.J. capital
    $300 3
Not his singing, but a lack of lunch caused fan to swoon at his Paramount Theater concert
    $300 13
Derived from words "American", "travel", & "track", it provides most U.S. passenger rail service
    $300 23
In "True Grit", he played a cowboy, but not his famous Rhinestone one
    $300 18
Number of red stripes on current U.S. flag
    $400 9
It actually is 5,280 ft. above sea level
    $400 4
Destination of MacArthur's "I shall return"
    $400 14
London's, not New York's, was the first ever built
    $400 24
His famed San Quentin concert inspired inmate Merle Haggard
    DD: $400 19
Total of Disney's Dalmatians and dwarfs
    $500 10
The name shows its founder, Roger Williams, believed God led him there
    $500 5
Wartime pseudonym of Mrs. I. Toguri D'Aquino
    $500 15
Changing lines, you could have at one time ridden these from Freeport, IL to Utica, NY
    $500 20
Broadway hit that takes Fellini film a ½ step further

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

    $200 13
One of its newspapers was appropriately called "The Epitaph"
    $200 7
The Lone Ranger's theme is this opera's overture
    $200 25
The Greeks reckoned time from this event, first held in Olympia in 776 B.C.
    $200 14
Genus Rana; frequent victim of biology class dissections
    $200 1
In Germany, said before a toast & after a sneeze
    $200 2
He was the doubter among the Apostles
    $400 16
She once shot a cigarette from the mouth of the German crown prince
    $400 8
Profession of Rossini's Figaro
    $400 20
L.B.J.'s hound dog or Darwin's ship
    $400 5
American equivalent to English "the bonnet on a lorry"
    $400 3
Continent with the largest Jewish population
    $600 17
In 650,000 miles the mail was lost only once
    DD: $1,000 9
This aria from "Pagliacci" gave him the first million-selling record ever
    $600 22
The basic unit of life; 3 billion die every minute in your body
    $600 12
From French, it literally means "a pen name"
    $600 4
Color of smoke signifying election of new pope
    $800 18
Brothers Virgil & Morgan were shot here, but Wyatt Earp emerged unscathed
    $800 10
Lt. Pinkerton's girlfriend Cio-Cio-San
    $800 23
It puts the green in greenery
    $800 21
The vidi, in "Veni, vidi, vici"
    $800 6
This Buddhist sect seeks truth through concepts like "the sound of one hand clapping"
    $1000 19
It ran 2,000 miles, from Independence, Missouri to Oregon City, Oregon
    $1000 11
1976 was also the bicentennial of this famed Milan opera house
    $1000 24
Deoxyribonucleic acid
    $1000 15
This word for the Mohammedan religion means "submission to the will of God"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

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

Final Jeopardy! Round

Calendar date with which the 20th century began

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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