Show #1182 - Tuesday, October 24, 1989

Steve Berman game 1.


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Steve Berman, a film executive from Santa Monica, California

Gary Myers, an attorney from Riverside, California

Jay Wish, a physician from Shaker Heights, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
No matter what you may have heard, this ungrammatical form of "is not" is in most dictionaries
    $100 26
Guy Laroche's Drakkar Noir cologne comes in a bottle of this color
    $100 1
Where you'd be if you dug a hole 3,958 miles deep
    $100 8
Between meetings with Kosygin in Glassboro, N.J., this president flew to Austin to see his 1st grandchild
    $100 16
When she complains about her name, dad Sonny Bono says, "Be thankful we didn't name you Dweezil"
    $100 2
The cover of this Beatles album boasts pictures of Shirley Temple, Marilyn Monroe & W.C. Fields
    $200 22
It's not always a matter of saying "I'm sorry"; sometimes it's a defense of personal belief
    $200 27
Ralph Lauren makes Chaps & this "sporty" scent--they're both perfect for horsing around
    $200 4
It's the only thing used to cut a diamond
    $200 9
Joan Baez file suit for a refund for parts of her 1965-6 taxes used for these purposes
    $200 17
Ronald Reagan once said he was proud to be called this because "it stands for pride, integrity & guts"
    $200 3
He sang with Barbra Streisand on her "'Til I Loved You" album, but he's not pictured on the cover
    $300 23
The 2 signs of the Zodiac that fit the category
    $300 28
It's the cologne for men who "play to win", as J.R. Ewing could tell you
    $300 5
When equinoxes occur, these 2 are of equal length
    $300 10
The year's best moneymaker on film was this hit about 12 bad guys on a raid against the Nazis
    $300 18
This Colorado singer once said, "I epitomize America" (in the eyes of foreigners)
    $300 13
For no apparent reason, Michael Jackson wore 46 of these for the cover of his "Bad" album
    $400 24
Founded in NYC, this sporting goods chain is noted for its exotic assortment of equipment
    $400 29
1/3 of a famous Dumas trio, or his cologne
    $400 6
While other clouds are mainly water droplets, high clouds are formed entirely of these
    DD: $300 11
Born Francis Castelluccio, he had a million-seller with the following 1967 hit:

"You're just too good to be true /
Can't take my eyes off you /
You'd be like heaven..."
    $400 19
In a taped message in 1974 she said "I have chosen to stay and fight...I have been given the name Tania
    $400 14
This redhead wore blue lipstick & a skirt made of newspaper on her "True Colors" album
    $500 25
Dabbled horse believed to have descended from wild mustangs in Nec Perce territory
    $500 30
This company makes Habit Rouge & Vetiver for men & Shalimar for women
    $500 7
Though only about 400 sq. mi. in area, this lake in Asia contains over 40 billion tons of dissolved minerals
    $500 12
In a battle over desegregation in this city, Kevin White defeated Louise Day Hicks for mayor
    $500 20
A no-show at the 1973 Oscars, he once said "Acting is an empty and useless profession"
    $500 15
A woman covered with whipped cream graced the cover of his album "Whipped Cream & Other Delights"

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

Jay Gary Steve
$1,900 $600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Gary Steve
$2,200 $2,300 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Of the 3 branches of the federal government, the 1 that employs the most people
    $200 11
Mark Twain story about look-alikes Edward Tudor & Tom Canty
    $200 21
This sports car was named for the place in England where it was made: the Morris Garage
    $200 12
In 1858, 2 years before he was elected president, he ran for the Senate from Illinois & lost
    $200 3
Jester Hairston composed this famous spiritual & plays a church elder on the sitcom of the same name
    $200 19
A variant of raspberry, meaning to heckle
    $400 2
Serving from 1976-86, his was the longest continuous term for any Speaker of the House
    DD: $1,500 15
The name of the Lamaist monastery in James Hilton's "Lost Horizon"
    $400 22
In 1948 the optical company Nippon Kogaku KK introduced this 35mm camera name
    $400 13
The Illinois Waterway connects Lake Michigan at Chicago to this river in Grafton, Illinois
    $400 4
Oscar winner Jose Ferrer plays snooty Stephanie's snobby daddy on this sitcom
    $400 20
When asked what this is, Louis Armstrong said, "Man, if you gotta ask you'll never know"
    $600 5
The constitution requires Congress to meet at least this often
    $600 16
Classic novel about Emma, her husband, Charles, & her lovers, Rodolphe & Leon
    $600 23
Manufactured by Piaggio, the Vespa motor scooter is named for this flying insect
    DD: $1,800 14
When this company owned radio station WLS, the call letters stood for "World's Largest Store"
    $600 8
This ventriloquist was the original Grandpa Walton on the TV movie that inspired "The Waltons"
    $600 26
Type of gin drink that hisses & bubbles
    $800 6
The agency that licenses all civilian pilots & aircraft both private & commercial
    $800 17
He wrote "Pal Joey", "Butterfield 8" & "Ten North Frederick"
    $800 24
"The Gourmet Guide to Beer" calls this top-selling lager from Holland "rich, fruity & well-balanced"
    $800 29
Central Illinois owes its rich black soil to the deposits left by these some 20,000 years ago
    $800 9
Dixie Carter's stepmother-in-law on "Filthy Rich", she's now her sister on "Designing Women"
    $800 27
Hairstyle characterized by small tight curls
    $1000 7
Prominent in the Teapot Dome scandal, Albert B. Fall held this cabinet post
    $1000 18
Alan Bates & Robert Redford were "The Fixer" & "The Natural" in films based on his novels
    $1000 25
A model village made of Legos, Legoland is near the Lego factory in this Scandinavian country
    $1000 30
Enrico Fermi was among a team of scientists at this univ. who set off the 1st controlled nuclear chain reaction
    $1000 10
He played Mr. Bracken on "Bracken's World" before pulling out his "Naked Gun"
    $1000 28
Without any bonus points, this 4 letter word is worth 22 points in Scrabble

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jay Gary Steve
$5,700 $6,100 $11,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the largest copper statue in the world

Final scores:

Jay Gary Steve
$400 $11,700 $12,201
3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger 2nd place: a trip for two to New York + Jeopardy! box game or Jeopardy! Challenger New champion: $12,201

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jay Gary Steve
$3,400 $6,200 $11,600
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
27 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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Game tape date: 1989-06-27
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