Show #1066 - Monday, April 3, 1989

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine game 3.


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Ken Kaplan, an analyst from Fort Myers, Florida

Judy Flanagan, an attorney from Lynn, Massachusetts

Jim Tompkins-MacLaine, a musician originally from Tiffin, Ohio (whose 2-day cash winnings total $21,201)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Boy, was that an exciting one!)
(Alex: I'm losing it!)
(Alex: Something I desperately need!)
    $100 14
This series of wars ran from 1618 to 1648, so the name makes good sense
    $100 11
Scattering spearmint on your shelves may help keep these picnic pests out of your kitchen
    $100 1
Late comedian Dick Shawn played John Ritter's father on this sitcom
    $100 4
The Europeans felt nature abhorred one, Otto von Guericke created a pretty good one in 1650
    $100 8
The Grand Canyon was carved out by this river
    $100 10
Hypnodontics is hypnosis utilized by these practitioners
    $200 16
The Durants said of this French king's reign, "It was an age of strict manners and loose morals"
    $200 13
To keep this from happening to brown sugar, put a small piece of bread in the box
    $200 2
On Broadway he played the Artful Dodger in "Oliver!" before he started "Monkee"ing around
    $200 5
Meat packer Gustavus Swift hired an engineer to design this type of railroad car
    $200 9
Grand Canyon National Park covers an area larger than this state
    $200 12
By 1895 he stopped using hypnosis for treating hysteria in favor of a new technique, free association
    DD: $800 15
Charles XII of Sweden is famous for having done this at his coronation a century before Napoleon did it
    $300 3
Other actresses have been called sex goddesses, but this redheaded star of the '40s was "The Love Goddess"
    $300 19
In September 1988 this Mideast country launched its 1st satellite
    $300 22
An apartment at the El Tovar Hotel, or a composition by Ferde Grofe
    $300 23
Genesis 2:21-22 sounds a lot like God put Adam in a trance in order to do this
    $400 17
In 1689 this czar overthrew his half sister Sophie & forced her to enter a convent
    $400 6
This "Golden Girl" was nominated for the 1st "Best Actress" Emmy in 1950 but didn't win
    $400 20
There's a $1.3 mil. prize for a computer prog. that can beat a master player of this Oriental board game
    $400 24
A subject can be hypnotized by staring deeply into a rotating disk with this design on it
    $500 18
Derisive name given Puritans who cut their hair short in reaction to the long-haired Cavaliers
    $500 7
A 1988 Oscar nominee for "Anna", she went to her 1st prom with Ted Koppel, who gave her her 1st kiss
    $500 21
Lead in crystal glass not only makes it sturdier, it causes the glass to do this better

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Jim Judy Ken
$1,500 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Judy Ken
$2,000 $500 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
This legislative body gives its advice & consent to treaties made by the president
    $200 12
This cat, the most popular of the long-haired breeds, probably came from the Middle East
    $200 13
Spanish artist who designed the "Monstrous Cubist" costumes for the Cocteau/Satie ballet "Parade"
    $200 6
Rotoring in the opposite direction from Earth, it's called "Earth's Twin"
    $200 2
After George B. Shaw stopped writing novels, he wrote his 1st one of these, "Widowers' Houses"
    $200 7
The U.S. Postal Service guarantees overnight delivery of letters sent this way
    $400 23
Though elected from a district just like all other congressmen, his salary is highest
    $400 24
The points of extremities of these cats are either blue, chocolate, lilac or seal
    $400 18
He's been called "The Supreme Portrayer of Montmartre Night Life"
    $400 8
Scientists use this letter to designate the planet that may be beyond Pluto in our solar system
    $400 3
In 1988 special baseball cards were printed to advertise the centennial edition of this poem
    $400 15
To expel an evil spirit by a religious ceremony, not by doing Jane Fonda's workout
    DD: $500 28
2 of the 3 areas of qualification set by the Constitution for election to Congress
    $600 25
Because of its coloring most often white, yellow & black, it's also called a "tortoiseshell - & white"
    $600 19
Manet's first name was Edouard & Monet's was this
    $600 9
The planet William Herschel discovered in 1781 & named Georgium Sidus after George III is now called this
    $600 1
this poet's 1st book, "the enormous room", described his experiences in a french detention camp
    $600 14
A bet in which you pick the 1st & 2nd place horses at the track is called this
    $800 26
This cat has been bred in Ethiopia for thousands of years
    DD: $2,000 20
(Video Daily Double)
Parisian who created the sculpture, seen here, to study body movement, not for exhibition
    $800 10
A few weeks after this planet was found in the sky in 1846, its moon Triton was discovered
    $800 4
Journalist known for his account of the Russian Revolution, "10 Days That Shook the World"
    $800 16
In Norman times it was the king's countinghouse; today it's the name applied to Britain's public funds
    $1000 27
Bred in New England, this large cat looks something like the nocturnal animal for which it's named
    $1000 21
This Somerset Maugham novel is based on the life of Paul Gauguin
    $1000 11
In the time it takes Deimos to make one orbit around Mars, this, its other moon, has made almost 4
    $1000 5
Marcel Proust published "Swann's Way", the 1st part of this lengthy novel, at his own expense
    $1000 17
From the Latin meaning "higher" or "ever upward", it's the state motto of New York

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Judy Ken
$5,200 $9,000 $2,600

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1963 these 3 nations signed the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

Final scores:

Jim Judy Ken
$10,200 $7,599 $5,100
3-day champion: $31,401 2nd place: Trip to Drake Hotel in New York City 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Judy Ken
$4,000 $9,100 $3,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1988-12-12
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