Show #456 - Monday, September 8, 1986

First game of Season 3.
First episode in which players' names were displayed on screen during their introduction.
Introductory globe changes to yellow on blue.
On-set lighted logo changes from white to yellow.


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Sandra Cheltenham, a singer from Los Angeles, California

Florence Cohen, a teacher from Los Angeles, California

Susan Sackett, a writer from Studio City, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: The year...)
(Alex: And the fact that those words are in quotation marks means that each correct response will contain either a "Lewis", a "Clark", or perhaps both of them.)
    $100 20
Term for any committee using both Republicans & Democrats
    $100 1
Don't kick an adult male of these duck-billed creatures in the ankle; he's got a poisoned spur
    $100 9
By corporate policy, it accounts for 2 of the 13 layers in a Big Mac
    $100 16
In November 1966, NASA was photographing possible landing sites here
    $100 7
Bandleader who said in 1977, "When I go I'll take New Year's Eve with me"
    $100 3
This '84 gold medalist was booed when he didn't try to break the long jump world record
    $200 21
Minimum age for a Congressman
    $200 2
"Odobenus rosmarus", Latin name for this Arctic tusked mammal, means "one who walks with his teeth"
    $200 10
Made of beaten oil, egg yolks & vinegar, it's a sauce more common on salads than on meat
    $200 17
In Las Vegas, on July 19, this 50-year-old singer married 21-year-old Mia Farrow
    $200 11
Finishes Lord Chesterfield's 1749 line; "No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination: never put off..."
    $200 4
He had actually worked in an oil field before he drilled for oil in 1940 film "Boom Town"
    $300 22
Of New York, Ohio, or Virginia, state that has contributed most members to the U.S. Supreme Court
    $300 8
The Bible states it was upon this color of ass that great personages preferred to ride
    $300 24
Of Beaujolais, Bordelaise, or Rouennaise, the brown sauce made from Bordeaux wine
    $300 15
Word which completes the line from "The Virginian", "When you call me that, ...."
    $300 5
Their 1st hit, "This Diamond Ring", was their only song to hit #1
    $400 23
Secretary of Defense under Kennedy & Johnson who held the office longer than anyone so far
    $400 12
Part of the witches' brew recipe in "Macbeth" was a pinch of this amphibian's eye
    $400 25
The color of Bechamel sauce
    $400 18
Theodore Roosevelt's adage with which "you will go far"
    $400 6
Author who briefly worked as a janitor at Upton Sinclair's commune
    $500 13
Shellfish are not fish, but members of 2 invertebrate classifications, of which this is 1
    $500 26
Hollandaise seasoned with chervil, shallots & tarragon becomes this sauce named for region of SW France
    $500 19
In Bartlett's, the line from Shakespeare's "Henry V", "The game's afoot", footnotes this other author
    DD: $500 14
The 2 cast members of "Webster" who fit the category

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Susan Florence Sandra
$600 $100 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Florence Sandra
$1,800 $1,200 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The prince had a ball with her, but only until midnight
    $200 7
Your head line is found not on a newspaper but here, near the phalanges
    $200 2
In a "Mary Poppins" song, good luck would rub off if you shook hands with one
    $200 23
Mexico leads all nations in production of this metal
    $200 1
A curveball, or the highness or lowness of a musical tone
    $200 6
The cartoon featuring this group used Scatman Crothers as voice of Meadowlark Lemon
    $400 16
Of Franny & Zooey & Daphnis & Chloe, the 2 heroines
    $400 8
Lenses of this shape correct farsightedness
    $400 11
Sport a tout is usually involved with
    $400 24
Measured by its shoreline, it's the the largest bay in the Western Hemisphere
    $400 3
Number of instruments that would comprise a nonet
    $400 20
Star of "Charly", AT&T commercials, & "Rod Brown of the Rocket Rangers"
    $600 17
Julie Christie played Bathsheba in movie version of this pastoral Thomas Hardy novel
    DD: $1,000 14
Of the ear bones called "hammer", "anvil" & "stirrup", the one that looks most like its namesake
    $600 12
1940 film title profession of Egbert Souse, accent grave over the "e"
    DD: $1,000 25
Country that's the title of the following
    $600 5
Laurens Hammond invented this instrument
    $600 22
Years after playing a "Circus Boy", he made a "Monkee" out of himself
    $800 18
Ilsa Lund Laszlo was the heroine of this 1942 film classic
    $800 15
A femoral artery is found in this part of the body
    $800 13
These army recruits must be under 25, over 5'8", & be Catholic bachelors from Switzerland
    $800 26
During the 17th & 18th centuries, all islands in this body of water were called the Sugar Islands
    $800 9
This instrument is a hybrid of the clarinet & oboe
    $1000 19
The heaviest human organ, it gets its blood from both an artery & a vein
    $1000 21
Job of the "oshiya" in Japanese subways
    $1000 10
All bands in the U.S. are technically classified into these 2 types

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susan Florence Sandra
$6,200 $400 $1,600
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

World's #1 maker of infant formula, this company does 98.2% of its business outside its home country

Final scores:

Susan Florence Sandra
$6,400 $400 $1,400
New champion: $6,400 3rd place: Excel fitness equipment 2nd place: La-Z-Boy furniture + Greyhound luggage

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susan Florence Sandra
$5,400 $400 $1,600
15 R
(including 3 DDs),
5 W
13 R,
6 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $7,400

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Game tape date: 1986-08-05
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