Show #616 - Monday, April 20, 1987


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Larry Dundas, a police officer from South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Chuck Doskow, an attorney and law professor from Claremont, California

Anne Hallerman, a nursery school teacher from Richmond, Virginia (whose 1-day cash winnings total $10,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We are all experts here doing this, you should not attempt it.)
    $100 14
"Shish" on a stick
    $100 1
This capital was among the 1st U.S. cities to have an electric streetcar system
    $100 19
Lucille Ball joked, "the secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, & lie about" this
    $100 24
Tanzanite was named for this country, where it was discovered
    $100 6
Though written by a Yankee for a minstrel show, it became the unofficial Confederate anthem
    $100 11
In 1983, Reg Morris lit a bonfire from 27 feet away when he blew a flame from this
    $200 15
Bus driver Ralph Kramden threatened to hit Alice "pow! Right in" this buss stop
    $200 2
For the 1st time in 100 years, Virginia elected a governor from this party in 1969
    $200 20
This ex-Beatle claims his family lime on his farm in Scotland is "a lot like The Cosby Show"
    $200 25
Of white, black or fire opals, the rarest
    $200 7
Carmen Miranda sang a backwards version of this song & called it "Eedapiz Ooh Dad"
    $200 12
Guinness says the hottest of these ever walked on, by a man called "Komar", were 1494° F.
    $300 16
An excretory organ shaped like a swimming pool
    $300 3
Stanford White called it "the most exquisite & perfect group of collegiate buildings in the world"
    $300 21
He revealed, "Marlo & I watch 'Golden Girls' every Saturday night. It's our foreplay"
    $300 26
Montana, Cape & Arizona rubies aren't real rubies but these red gems
    $300 8
Heifetz, Horowitz & Paderewski all made their U.S. debuts in this concert hall
    $300 13
Mademoiselle Antonia, a 17th century Belgian woman, reportedly grew one that reached down to her hips
    $400 17
It could aptly have been Princess Grace's favorite shade of green
    $400 4
Restoration of this historic town wasn't begun until the 1920s, by John D, Rockefeller Jr.
    $400 22
WWII "pin-up girl" who said, "I got 2 assets. Period. And I'm standing on both of them"
    $400 27
The gem mentioned in "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"
    $400 9
In the '50s, his singles included "Danny Boy" & "Hava Nagela", but calypso songs made him a star
    $400 29
According to "Significa", you may die if you drink beer while doing this to your shoes
    $500 18
Bergen's Effie
    $500 5
Every summer, these wild animals swim to Chincoteague Island, where some are sold at auction
    $500 23
When this icy Swede ended their affair, Cecil Beaton snapped "let her stew in her own loneliness"
    $500 28
18th century poet William Drennan claimed he coined this nickname for Ireland in his poem "Erin"
    DD: $500 10
In Disney's "Fantasia", edible objects that danced to the following
    $500 30
Rusty Field's husband put these on 85% of her body because he "always had designs on her"

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

Anne Chuck Larry
$1,600 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Chuck Larry
$4,000 $1,800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Of Circus Maximus. Gluteus Maximus, or Pupienus Maximus. the 1 who was emperor
    $200 21
North American eels migrate to the Sargasso sea to do this; then they die
    $200 1
Their name comes from Old Irish "luchorpan", meaning "small body" -- in a little green suit, no doubt
    $200 11
Appropriately, the highest point in this country is Communism Peak
    $200 22
This Shakespearean king established the college of arms, England's authority on heraldry
    $200 16
As the Grimms wrote it, the evil queen wants to eat the innards of this fairest one
    $400 3
Seeing a bride he liked at another man's wedding, Caligula reportedly did this
    $400 24
Because its pigment bags connect with its nervous system, an excited octopus changes this
    $400 2
Term for a soldier, it was originally a doughnut served to sailors & probably wasn't "poppin' fresh"
    $400 12
This volcano was last active in 1707, when it covered what is now Tokyo with inches of ash
    $400 23
Supposing our game board to be a heraldic shield, this category is on its far "sinister" side
    $400 17
Saying he'd "cannibalized" them, he used his own short stories as basis for his Philip Marlowe novels
    $600 8
Augustus Caesar said, "I found Rome a city of brick & left it a city of" this stone
    $600 25
Of about 500, 500 thousand or 500 million, # of newborns per oyster per year
    $600 5
A synonym for voluptuary, from the pleasure-loving people of ancient Sybaris
    DD: $1,000 13
Presidential home whose name means "little mountain" in Italian
    $600 26
If a heraldic creature is "vulning", it's doing this to itself & it should be stopped
    $600 18
A "gullible" public took him seriously when his "Modest Proposal" said babies should be sold as food
    $800 9
He planned a shipwreck to drown his mother Agrippina; when she escaped, he had her stabbed
    $800 29
For most sharks, the oil found in this large organ helps keep them from sinking
    DD: $1,500 6
French for' "neglected", a woman who wears 1 of these is definitely not neglected
    $800 14
A continuously erupting Italian volcano or the puppet master who kept erupting at Disney's Pinocchio
    $800 27
The heraldic name for this color is "gules"
    $800 19
She wrote "Cannibals & Missionaries", but was better known for "The Group"
    $1000 10
The Etruscan history books he wrote were lost, so he's better known as title character of a miniseries
    $1000 7
A 19th century circus star gave his name to this, the 1-piece garment he designed & wore in his act
    $1000 15
The Appalachians extend from Alabama to the Gaspe Peninsula of this Canadian province
    $1000 28
The "escroll", which looks like a strip of ribbon, is where you'll find this inscribed
    $1000 20
Sebastian Venable became a street gang's seaside snack in this Tennessee Williams play

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Chuck Larry
$6,900 $1,200 $9,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

1978 was 1st time since 1447 that this many men have been pope of the Roman Church in 1 year

Final scores:

Anne Chuck Larry
$13,800 $2,400 $14,000
2nd place: a White Westinghouse refrigerator/freezer + Donvier ice cream makers 3rd place: an Oneida crystal gift certificate New champion: $14,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Anne Chuck Larry
$6,200 $1,200 $9,100
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
10 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,500

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Game tape date: 1987-01-06
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