Show #1204 - Thursday, November 23, 1989

Lisa Guay game 3.


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Caron Andregg, an account executive from San Diego, California

Hank Simpson, a mechanical engineer from Bath, Maine

Lisa Guay, a homemaker from Champlain, New York (whose 2-day cash winnings total $18,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

"P"s & "Q"s
    $100 25
Denoting cattle ownership, it could take the form of a monogram, phonogram or pictograph
    $100 16
"Fort Fumble" is an irreverent term for this federal building in Arlington, Virginia
    $100 15
Ho, ho, ho, this "big" guy is sometimes seen wearing a verdant tunic & a bright red muffler
    $100 26
At the height of construction in 1913, more than 43,000 people worked on this canal
    $100 6
He was so sexy in "The Sheik" that many women fainted
    $100 1
Pronounced & spelled one way it's "of Queensbury"; the other, "de Sade"
    $200 7
Arnold & Slack conned westerners out of thousands of dollars using a field they salted with these stones
    $200 17
To treat with excessive care & attention, such as when diapering a baby
    $200 21
Appliance maker that's "making your world a little easier"
    $200 27
It's a section of a canal closed off with gates in which ships are raised or lowered to different levels
    $200 8
While others were making talkies, he made one of his silent masterpieces, "City Lights", in 1931
    $200 2
When spelling this title you can start with "cz" or "ts"; the other 2 letters are the same
    $300 11
Term for the man who prodded the cattle during a long journey to keep them on their feet
    $300 18
It's another name for the element mercury
    $300 22
The little girl on the box of this seasoning wears a yellow dress that matches her shoes
    $300 28
This branch of the Army is responsible for building & maintaining U.S. navigation canals
    $300 9
Gloria Swanson was the 1st actress to play this Somerset Maugham tart on film
    $300 3
The Japanese use this 3-letter suffix after names or titles to indicate respect
    $400 12
Covering more than 2,000 miles, it began at Independence, Mo. & ran past Fort Vancouver
    DD: $1,000 19
It's both the 1-word title & subject of the following Tom Lehrer song:

"If you visit American city / You will find it very pretty / Just two things of which you must beware: / Don't drink the water and don't breath the air!..."
    $400 23
This pale, giggly character is nude except for his white scarf & chef's hat
    $400 30
This country's Kiel Canal connects the Baltic & North Seas
    $400 10
"Way Down East" was the film in which she nearly plunged over the falls on an ice floe
    $400 4
In this song with a title in its title, the Beatles ask, "Wonder how you manage to make ends meet"
    $500 13
Dodge City gambler who after being jailed by the marshal, ran against him for sheriff & won
    $500 20
In this game, flat rings made of metal or rope are tossed at pegs
    $500 24
Prince Matchabelli ads claim this perfume "stays on his mind"
    $500 29
The 500 canals on the St. Mary's River link these 2 Great Lakes
    $500 14
This film about WWI flyers was the only silent film to win the Oscar for "Best Picture"
    $500 5
According to the title of a Sidney Poitier film, it's what they call Virgil Tibbs

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Lisa Hank Caron
$2,000 $1,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Hank Caron
$4,500 $2,700 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
"Happiness is a Warm Puppy"
    $200 26
The Emperor Ch'in ordered his books burned in the 3rd century B.C.
    $200 1
In 1854 Tennessee's 1st railroad line was completed between Nashville & this city, choo choo
    $200 6
1st Tchaikovsky opera heard outside Russia, "Orleanskaya Dyeva" is about this French teenager
    $200 19
This country hasn't been ruled by a king since Queen Wilhelmina's father died in 1890
    $200 13
"Rubber baby buggy bumpers" is an example of one these hard-to-say sayings
    $400 9
"How to Win Friends & Influence People"
    $400 2
Tourist spots in this Wisconsin city include a bowling hall of fame & the Pabst Mansion
    $400 7
After the horrible premiere of this Oriental opera, Puccini gave back his royalties & then revised it
    $400 20
Criticized for surrendering to Germany in 1940, Leopold III abdicated this country's throne in 1951
    $400 17
A barnyard chicken would be taking a risk if it stuck out this part of its body
    $600 10
"Guys & Dolls"
    $600 29
Famed medieval Rabbi Moses Maimonides was court doctor to this Muslim warrior & Sultan of Egypt
    $600 3
The Rio Grande River separates this Texas city from Juarez, Mexico
    DD: $1,000 14
The same main characters appear in Rossini's "The Barber of Seville" & this Mozart opera
    $600 21
Held captive for almost 20 years, this queen was 44 years old when she was beheaded in 1587
    $600 18
Something that's very expensive is said to cost these 2 body parts
    $800 11
"The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit"
    DD: $3,000 27
The 1st of his Noble Truths states that existence is suffering
    $800 4
This Indiana city is named for a "Mad" Revolutionary War general who built a stockade there in 1794
    $800 15
This Charles Gounod opera emphasizes the love between Marguerite & the title character
    $800 22
She married a French diplomat 5 years before becoming Queen of Denmark in 1972
    $800 24
What your doctor calls the patellar reflex, it's come to mean any act done without thinking
    $1000 12
"The Inimitable Jeeves"
    $1000 28
Cardinal Joseph Mindszenty sought asylum in the U.S. embassy in this country & stayed there for 15 years
    $1000 5
The oldest U.S. Catholic cathedral in continuous use is the St. Louis Cathedral in this southern city
    $1000 16
The libretto for this Verdi opera is based on Alexander Dumas' "The Lady of the Camellias"
    $1000 23
In 1964 this low country's Grand Duchess Charlotte abdicated in favor of her son, Grand Duke Jean
    $1000 25
Though applied to people, this phrase probably refers to the fact that older horses have receding gums

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lisa Hank Caron
$10,700 $1,100 $5,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Its name is literally Persian for "crown of palaces"

Final scores:

Lisa Hank Caron
$11,001 $1,600 $10,999
3-day champion: $29,401 3rd place: Maytag Jetclean dishwaher + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version 2nd place: trip on Delta to Miami, Florida & stay at Sheraton Bal Harbour + Jeopardy! box game or computerized version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lisa Hank Caron
$9,700 $4,100 $5,500
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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Game tape date: 1989-08-22
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