Show #336 - Monday, December 23, 1985


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Andrea Ladik, a theatrical production manager from New York City, New York

Duane Lyons, a law student originally from New York City, New York

John Schroth, a sales manager from Upland, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,001)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
World capital serviced by Leonardo da Vinci Airport
    $100 8
Featuring disks & a board with triangles, this popular game may be the oldest still played
    $100 23
Bred for speed, these dogs carry no unnecessary weight & have very large lungs
    $100 18
In Ireland, the small plate next to the dinner plate is for peelings from these
    $100 15
Wm. E.E. Owens' "One Man vs. the Establishment" has been rejected by a record 137 of these
    $100 3
In the 1930s William Dreyer mixed chocolate ice cream, almonds, & marshmallows to create this
    $200 2
Sounds like they're set for arrival of "Purple Rain" star by boat in this capital of Haiti
    $200 9
The maximum number of players in Chinese checkers
    $200 24
The St. Bernard rescues men from mountains; the Newfoundland rescues men from this
    $200 20
Since Italians view this as a staple food, it is offensive to get drunk on it at meals
    $200 16
Queen of mysteries who also wrote "straight" novels under the name Mary Westmacott
    $200 4
He realized that "going the distance" would prove he "wasn't just another bum from the neighborhood"
    $300 10
The largest population center in the Mid-East, its Arabic name is "El Qahira", "The victorious"
    $300 12
Popular board game also known as draughts
    $300 25
Command used to make a dog walk on handler's left side without pulling leash or lagging behind
    $300 21
Common utensil you'd find set above the plate when you sit down to dine in East Germany
    $300 17
Critics called this character 1st introduced in "Life on the Mississippi", "a noble savage"
    DD: $500 5
Musical featuring "Dammit Janet" & the following:

"It's astounding /
Time is fleeting..."
    $400 11
Founded by famed conquistador Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada on Chibcha Indian site "Bacata"
    $400 13
Parlor game for 2 groups of players taking turns as "actors" & "audience"
    $400 22
The English don't smoke at formal dinners until after this toast at the meal's end
    $400 26
Literary social movement of the '50s advocating nonconformity, poverty, & jazz
    $400 6
Sporting a pilot's helmet & June Foray's voice, he debuted in November, 1959 on ABC
    $500 19
Putting its letters in alphabetical order, this capital is "AAACCRS"
    $500 14
On the 1st roll, the 3 numbers which mean "craps"
    $500 7
In a Beatles' song, he "checked into his room, only to find Gideon's Bible"

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

John Duane Andrea
$700 $200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Duane Andrea
$1,300 $600 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Union soldiers originally called these 2-man accommodations "dog tents"
    $200 1
He created U.N.C.L.E.'s Napoleon Solo as well as M.I. 5's James Bond
    $200 16
His "War of the Worlds" broadcast, Sept. 30, 1938 had half of N.J. fleeing the Martians
    $200 21
Carmen worked in a factory which produced these
    $200 6
This soap's slogan has been around since 1953 - and "Aren't you glad"
    $400 8
When Lee heard this officer was dying, he said "I have lost my right arm"
    $400 2
Ironically, this show's star, Erik Estrada, was almost killed in a motorcycle accident
    $400 17
Puce is a shade of this
    $400 22
An opera by Richard Wagner, or nickname of baseball great Honus Wagner
    $400 12
French-sounding name for cutouts on bathtub floor which keep Paul Simon from slip slidin' away
    $600 9
Our 35th state, it was only new state directly resulting from the Civil War
    DD: $1,500 3
The only "Angel" to watch over Charlie for all 5 seasons
    $600 18
The 2 continents on which the Great Rift Valley is found
    $600 23
English title of Franz Lehar's most famous operetta, "Die Lustige Witwe"
    DD: $1,000 13
A "dishcloth gourd" or "vegetable sponge" that's used for a rub after the tub
    $800 10
N.C. regiment which stood its ground in battle is said to have given their state this nickname
    $800 4
Created for Dick Powell on radio, it starred David Janssen on TV
    $800 19
Numerical name for 20 minute comedies a la Chaplin & Laurel & Hardy
    $800 14
This inventive son of a soap maker was among 1st to introduce bathtubs to 18th century U.S.
    $1000 11
The deep south state Jefferson Davis represented in the Senate
    $1000 5
PBS barrister "Rumpole of the Bailey" refers to her as "she who must be obeyed"
    $1000 20
Puritan punishment, it's a device in which both hands & head were locked in a wooden frame
    $1000 15
Type of tub designed for sitting only, or therapeutic bath you'd take in one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Duane Andrea
$2,400 -$1,000 $5,600
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Per U.S. flag code, only place in U.S. where another flag may be legally flown higher than ours

Final scores:

John Duane Andrea
$4,800 -$1,000 $5,000
2nd place: trip to St. Thomas 3rd place: General Electric video cassette recorder New champion: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John Duane Andrea
$2,500 -$1,000 $5,400
15 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
8 R,
5 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $6,900

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Game tape date: 1985-09-03
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