Show #63 - Wednesday, December 5, 1984


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Warren Pistell, a student from Tarzana, California

Denice Fractious, a phone company line technician from Los Angeles, California

Daniel Elias, an advertising copywriter from New York City (whose 2-day cash winnings total $11,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
She 1st met husband while complaining to S.A.G. about unwanted Communist literature
    $100 7
It's where relief pitchers, not matadors, warm up
    $100 9
The Middle East's popular pocket bread
    $100 5
A German river or the wine grown on its banks
    $100 8
What the farmer's wife did to 3 unlucky mice
    $100 13
This western topper actually holds only about 3 quarts
    $200 2
After 1st breaking the engagement, Lincoln went on to marry her
    $200 18
Because of this rule, no horse has ever won the Kentucky Derby twice
    $200 10
16th century development of a pig muzzle was a landmark in harvesting this fungus
    $200 6
The end of a river that empties into a lake or ocean
    $200 14
Slang for a construction worker
    $300 3
Virginia Governor Charles Robb's mother-in-law
    DD: $800 19
These 2 former Olympic athletes became movie Tarzans
    $300 11
A small Oriental orange or a division of Chinese cuisine
    $300 20
Sam Rayburn Reservoir is this state's largest lake
    $300 15
'50s fuzzy frontier fad
    $400 4
In '62 Adlai Stevenson eulogized: "She would rather light candles than curse the darkness"
    $400 23
He shouts the commands in crew racing
    $400 12
City Wiener Schnitzel is named for
    $400 21
Located in Oregon, it's the deepest lake in North America
    $400 17
Graduate's cap, it sounds like a plasterer's tool
    $500 16
Only wife of 1 president & mother of another
    $500 22
Either of 2 Marilyn Monroe films with "watery" titles

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

Dan Denice Warren
$1,100 $100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Denice Warren
$2,000 -$700 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Finned on fish, scaly on lizards, nonexistent on humans & manx cats
    $200 11
"The Eternal City"
    $200 9
In 1978, this pope reigned for only 34 days
    $200 4
Number of degrees in a circle
    $200 19
The 1st permanent English settlement in America
    $200 5
Liz's Nicky
    $400 2
From Latin "to gnaw", there are more of this group than all other mammals combined
    $400 12
Hitler said this Polish capital "must cease to exist; level it"
    $400 23
Colonial Maryland was founded as haven for members of this church
    $400 8
Mathematical function people in the Bible were always going forth & doing
    $400 20
"Reconstruction" was the 13-year period following this
    $400 6
The film in which Bing sang about a white Christmas & an Easter parade
    $600 3
In mammals, trait determined by presence or absence of Y-chromosome
    $600 13
Moscow park that was scene of murders investigated in recent best-seller & film
    $600 10
Logarithmic tool outmoded by the calculator
    $600 21
Only U.S. civilians ever executed in America for espionage
    $600 7
According to Andy Griffith, "Everything's good that sits on" this cracker
    $800 14
Since 300 A.D., this region of N.E. France has been traded 7 times by Germany and France
    $800 17
Total meters in a hectometer
    $800 16
In 1959, "Maverick" won the Emmy for this category, only year it was given
    $1000 15
Bavarian village famous for its passion play
    $1000 18
The formula for its volume is V equals pi r²h
    DD: $1,300 22
Muppets commenting from the balcony in the following

"That was wonderful!"
"I loved it!"
"Ah, it was great!"
"Well, it was pretty good."
"Well, it wasn't bad..."
"Uh, there were parts of it that weren't very good though."
"It could have been a lot better."
"I didn't really like it."
"It was pretty terrible."
"It was bad."
"It was awful!"
"It was terrible!"
"Take 'em away!"
"Hey, boo!"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Denice Warren
$2,800 -$500 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: There's nothing like it.)
Barrymore, Rathbone, Roger Moore & Larry Hagman are among 61 actors to play this character

Final scores:

Dan Denice Warren
$500 -$500 $5,650
2nd place: sunglasses and golf clubs 3rd place: a car stereo New champion: $5,650

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Denice Warren
$2,800 -$500 $3,800
23 R,
9 W
4 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $6,100

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Game tape date: 1984-09-18
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