Doug527 wrote:Is there anything I can do to help out with the archive? I'd love to if you need/want the help!
MinnesotaMyron wrote:Hi everybody. Just a little update for fans of old games being entered into the J-Archive. I have finally finished Ed Toutant's 2 games. They can be found at
Chaucer wrote:Can anyone help locate a Jeopardy! episode from 1992? My wife was a contestant in an episode taped in late July or early August of 1992. Not sure when it would have televised. Her name at the time was Kathy Godwin. She didn't win. Got the right answer in Final Jeopardy, but the winner outbid her. The only other datum I have is that the Final Jeopardy answer was something about Soviet heroes, and the correct question was "Who is Yuri Gagarin?" I've not had any luck locating the episode in j-archive.com, youtube.com or rutube.ru. Anyone know where I might find this episode. I'd gladly pay a reasonable price for the CD/DVD.
victhebrick2 wrote:does anybody have the clues or videos for the following games this is all the info i have and that one of the contestants was named jim berkowitz i know the clue to the final jeopardy on his last episode was
Clue: More than half the free world's commercial jetliners have been assembled in this U.S. State the answer is washington
the information about the episodes that i know airdates 5/26/1988 5/27/1988 5/30/1988 5/31/1988 episodes #874, 875, 876, 877
MarkBarrett wrote:I checked my notebook and your first game aired in the Bay Area market on Friday the 20th (day delay because of MNF).
econgator wrote:MarkBarrett wrote:I checked my notebook and your first game aired in the Bay Area market on Friday the 20th (day delay because of MNF).
How does a 1-day delay from Monday become Friday?
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