Show #1025 - Friday, February 3, 1989


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Michelle Stein-Evers, a political analyst & human rights assistant from New York City, New York

Tyler Ochoa, an attorney originally from La Mesa, California

Curt Surls, a law clerk originally from Iowa Falls, Iowa (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
Serving for 8 years, he was our very 1st vice president
    $100 11
Whitney Houston asked, "where do broken" ones of these "go, can they find their way home"
    $100 1
Hey big spenders, in 1969 the government stopped issuing the $5,000 & $10,000 bills & these 2 below them
    $100 14
"Birthdayland" at Walt Disney World was built to celebrate his 60th
    $100 20
Bacteria produces gas bubbles that create these as Swiss cheese ripens
    $100 2
Camp David, the presidential retreat, was named for this grandson of a president
    $200 4
With the Pres. in the hospital, he became the 1st "Acting President" per the 25th Amendment
    $200 27
Sitcom whose theme song begins, "Making your way in the world today takes ev'rything you've got"
    $200 13
American colonists who wanted "2 bits" in change chopped up a dollar coin from this country
    $200 15
The "Toys R Us" logo is not accurate here because our computer can't print this
    $200 23
Of a banana, a tomato or a strawberry, the one that is not technically a berry
    $200 5
Fittingly, he played a character named "Bernie" on a 1970s TV sitcom
    $300 9
World Book lists this as the profession of over 65% of our vice presidents
    $300 28
Song in which Michael Jackson insults the opposition with "your talk is cheap, you're not a man"
    $300 19
When a 16 month period of hyperinflation hit this country in Aug. 1922, prices increased 10 billion-fold
    $300 16
The story of "Pinocchio" originated in this country
    $300 24
Cock-a-leekie, which is made with chicken, leeks & cream, is this type of dish
    $300 6
Paul Shaffer told him, "I know Johnny Carson. You're no Johnny Carson."
    $400 10
Up through 1933, VPs normally took their oath in this chamber, now they usually join the President
    $400 29
The first line of this Elton John - Bernie Taupin song is "Goodbye, Norma Jean"
    $400 21
Federal Reserve notes are signed by those holding these 2 posts
    $400 17
If this talking bear got a new tape, it might say its maker, Worlds of Wonder, filed for bankruptcy
    $400 25
Napoleon is said to have named this lobster dish for the month in which it was 1st served to him
    $400 7
Of Crosby, Stills, Nash or Young, the one named David
    DD: $600 12
During the 1970s we had a total of this many different vice presidents
    $500 30
"You got to pick 'em up just to say hello", Randy Newman sang about these people
    $500 22
U.S. coin on which you'd find a torch & sprigs of oak & laurel
    $500 18
In the nursery rhyme "Rub-A-Dub-Dub", they are the 3 knaves
    $500 26
A chocolate drop covered with white pellets of sugar, or a person who has no equal
    $500 8
This producer's search for Scarlett O'Hara ended with the discovery of Vivian Leigh

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Curt Tyler Michelle
$1,200 $400 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Curt Tyler Michelle
$1,900 $2,600 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
The Boston Mountains of Arkansas are the highest peaks of this mountain range
    $200 14
In this novel, Friday goes to Europe & gets scared when he sees snow for the 1st time
    $200 23
Many puppies of this black & white spotted breed are born deaf
    $200 9
The 1979 assassination of Lord Mountbatten is attributed to this organization
    $200 6
In the West Indies St. Martin is part of the Leeward Islands & St. Vincent is part of these
    $200 19
If you saw the 1st episode of "Dynasty", you know that this character was once Blake's secretary
    $400 2
Of 10, 46 or 132, the number of islands that make up Hawaii
    $400 15
The 1st line of "Rebecca" is "Last night I dreamt I went to" this place "again"
    $400 27
The cattle dogs that followed this empire's legions evolved into the rottweiler
    $400 10
Tho some say the murder weapon was an ax, & others an icepick, all agree he was killed in exile in 1940
    $400 7
Historic Massachusetts town that's an antonym of discord
    $400 20
She was in the news more than any other church secretary in 1987
    DD: $1,700 3
It's the only New England state that does not border the Atlantic Ocean
    $600 16
Emily Bronte died tragically just 1 year after the publication of this, her only novel
    $600 28
Beagles & harriers were bred to chase & flush out these mammals
    $600 11
Nathuram Godse shot him January 30, 1948
    DD: $1,000 8
These 5-letter adjective antonyms for town & country both contain "ur" in that order
    $600 24
From 1953-57 she played "Private Secretary" Susie McNamara on TV
    $800 4
City that's the easternmost state capital
    $800 17
"I have never begun a novel with more misgiving" is the 1st line of his book "The Razor's Edge"
    $800 12
Of the 2 presidents who died in Buffalo, N.Y., the one who was assassinated
    $800 21
This comparative form of far is an antonym of hinder
    $800 25
It was the 1st film in which Canadian actress Lois Maxwell played Miss Moneypenny
    $1000 5
State where you'd find the Dry Tortugas, site of Ft. Jefferson Nat'l Monument
    $1000 18
His famous story "Death in Venice" opens in Munich, not in Italy
    $1000 13
In '74 wife was killed by a bullet meant for him, & in '79 he was killed by the Korean CIA chief
    $1000 22
This word for a liquid that can dissolve other substances is also an antonym of bankrupt
    $1000 26
Fawn Hall worked for Oliver North at this organization

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Curt Tyler Michelle
$5,200 $6,400 $7,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 3 former prime ministers currently sitting in the British House of Lords

Final scores:

Curt Tyler Michelle
$200 $12,800 $1,300
3rd place: Sierra fireplace New champion: $12,800 2nd place: trip to Las Vegas

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Curt Tyler Michelle
$4,000 $7,400 $7,300
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
21 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,700

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Game tape date: 1988-11-01
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