Continuing through the Frazee tapes, we have January 2, 1992, Jim Merritt vs. Marcia Landefeld vs. Todd Lefkowitz.
There was a lot going on here, but of course now I can't remember it all. I was proud of myself for figuring out Marcia's response to WOMEN IN SPORTS for $400(J!). It's not pronounced like I thought. (Thanks google.)
The Julius Caesar category in DJ was all about the Shakespeare play. (The category title was not underlined.) I remember in Harry Eisenberg's book that about this time they we attempting to do every Shakespeare play as a category (He was peeved that some of the more obscure titles didn't make good categories). This might be one of those. As it is, the whole category is a Thing Worth Knowing, especially the harder lower clues.
We welcome defunct retailer ComputerLand to the J-Canon.
Clue of the game will be THE SECRET SERVICE for $200(J!)
The Secret Service protects widows of presidents until they fire them, die or do this
What is remarry?
Todd risked his lock game with his DJ!30 Daily Double wager, but he got it right. All 3 contestants had the same wrong guess for FJ, but they got to the right author, at least. Todd didn't risk his lead on FJ.
I don't ever remember seeing this warning before:
"WARNING: There was a tie for last place at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round. Please ensure that the Final Jeopardy! clue includes a note indicating which player's Final Jeopardy! response was revealed first..."
but I had already included that info in a note, so yay me.
The next game has its skeleton entered already, and it's digitzed, so we'll go there next. Have a nice night everyone.