Show #1183 - Wednesday, October 25, 1989

Steve Berman game 2.


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Lee Raskin, a high school teacher from San Diego, California

Erin Sheffield, a yoga instructor from Ventura County, California

Steve Berman, a film executive from Santa Monica, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
During the filming of "Citizen Kane", it was said of him, "There but for the grace of God goes God"
    $100 20
This blonde country singer is rarely seen in public with her husband of over 20 years, Carl Dean
    $100 8
Prowl cars are a tool of this profession
    $100 1
He played a boxer who kills his friend in "Killer McCoy"--a far cry from Andy Hardy
    $100 15
Blood pressure problem often called "the silent killer" because it often has no obvious symptoms in early stages
    $100 25
You can buy an M.I.6 agent dossier to go with role-playing games based on this movie hero
    $200 7
Around 1803 Madame de Staël remarked that he "is nothing more than Robespierre on horseback"
    $200 21
This couple's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, appears with them in "New York Stories"
    $200 9
To drive too close to the car in front of you, or the word for the back door on a station wagon
    $200 2
In 1949 he took it on the chin as the "Champion" but his dimple stayed intact
    $200 16
Doses of this mineral are prescribed for women suffering from osteoporosis
    $200 29
Drying lavender & placing it inside your garments can protect them against these
    $300 12
Albert Einstein said this woman scientist was "the only one whom fame has not corrupted"
    $300 22
Tatum O'Neal married him in 1987: it must have been a love match
    $300 10
A short, nondangerous military mission as easy as a dairy delivery
    DD: $500 3
This song was the theme for the 1947 John Garfield classic of the same name
    $300 17
condition that causes loss of vision when the lens of the eye loses transparency & grows cloudy
    $300 28
"The magazine of Hawaii & the Pacific"; its name can be a greeting or a type of shirt
    $400 13
Churchill said this Sec'y of State under Ike was "a bull who carries his china shop with him"
    $400 23
Jules Dassin married this actress after directing her in "Never on Sunday"
    $400 11
This nickname for a mule driver makes him sound like he "hides" them rather than guides them
    $400 4
He was the 1st actor to win an Oscar for playing a boxer, in "The Champ"
    $400 18
Barbara Bush's 18 lb. weight loss in early '89 was caused by Graves' Disease, overactivity of this gland
    $400 26
The colors of France's tricolor flag
    $500 14
Witty New Yorker who once called herself "the toast of 2 continents: Greenland & Australia"
    $500 24
So far, he's the only man who's married Barbra Streisnad
    $500 30
Before nylon was developed, most parachutes were made of this material
    $500 5
He was the last actor to win an Oscar for playing a boxer, & that's no "bull"
    $500 19
Common wrinkles, acne & baldness originate in this middle layer of the skin, the thickest
    $500 27
This has been the official name of the Mounties since 1920

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

Steve Erin Lee
$1,700 $600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Erin Lee
$2,800 $2,200 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
In 1862 the Confederate Congress exempted those in charge more than 20 of these from army service
    $200 11
It's a thick Italian vegetable soup made with herbs, beans & bits of pasta
    $200 13
Mrs. Moore goes to Chandrapore, India to visit her son, the city magistrate, in this E.M. Forster novel
    $200 22
For 8 seasons this Miss America of 1971 served as co-hostess of CBS' "the NFL Today
    $200 2
City that's home to "O Sole Mio" & Neapolitans
    $200 12
This Saturday night country music show began on WSM in Nashville in 1925 & is till on the air
    DD: $1,500 3
Gen. Buckner, who unconditionally surrendered Ft. Donelson to this gen., later served as one of his pallbearers
    $400 18
This company's cookies are "made by elves"
    DD: $1,200 14
This famous title teacher taught at the Marcia Blaine school for Girls
    $400 23
This former Miss America now plays Lily Munster in the syndicated TV series "The Munsters Today
    $400 7
In 1979 the Arab League expelled Egypt & moved its headquarters from this city to Tunis
    $400 27
This TV foil for Lucille Ball in the '60s was radio's original Flash Gordon
    $600 4
when these 2 ships battled it out on March 9, 1862, neither won
    $600 19
The plantain, a large variety of this fruit, is always cooked before being eaten
    $600 15
It's reported John F. Kennedy's favorite poem was "Ulysses" by this British poet laureate
    $600 24
Before messing with the critters on "The Beverly Hillbillies", this actress was Miss New Orleans
    $600 8
Porteños, or "People of the Port", are what residents of this Argentine city are called
    $600 28
Both Hal Peary & Willard Waterman played this "Great" water commissioner
    $800 5
In December 1864 he wired Lincoln, "I beg to present to you as a Christmas gift, the city of Savannah
    $800 20
Sauce Mousseline is hollandaise sauce with the addition of this ingredient
    $800 16
Her last 2 major novels, "Northanger Abbey" & "Persuasion", were published posthumously
    $800 25
This one-time "I've Got a Secret" panelist was the 1st Miss America to be awarded a scholarship
    $800 9
The 2nd largest city in Saskatchewan, it starts with the same 6 letters
    $800 29
This columnist 1st went on the air in 1931, 17 years before his 23-year run on TV
    $1000 6
The Union win at Cedar Creek was partly due to his "ride" alerting men to turn back & fight
    $1000 21
French for "couch", this appetizer consists of a savory food sitting on a piece of bread or toast
    $1000 17
George Eliot set Mr. Tulliver's mill on this river
    $1000 26
25 years after winning Miss Chicago, this actress won an Oscar for "The Last Picture Show"
    $1000 10
Whenit was a Roman trading center it was called Juvavum; when Mozart was born there it was called this
    $1000 30
"Holy mackerel!" This con artist was head of the Mystic Knights of the Sea lodge on "Amos "n" Andy"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Erin Lee
$8,800 $6,200 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He married the same woman twice: in 1791 & again in 1794

Final scores:

Steve Erin Lee
$5,199 $100 $0
2-day champion: $17,400 2nd place: Jean d'Eve watch + a Dessert of the Month membership 3rd place: a recliner + a Nintendo system featuring Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune games

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Erin Lee
$7,800 $6,200 $3,400
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
13 R,
0 W
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1989-06-27
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