Show #270 - Friday, September 20, 1985


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Joe Alley, a student originally from Huntsville, Alabama

Jim Davis, a personnel counselor originally from Chula Vista, California

Cindy Judy, a court reporter from San Francisco, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 15
He & his band of "merry men" appear in "Ivanhoe"
    $100 14
Disney film which featured Br'er Rabbit & Uncle Remus
    $100 1
The full ritual for doing this can involve decapitation as well as a stake through the heart
    $100 8
When something smells suspicious
    $100 23
According to Bobby Vee, the night has this many eyes
    $100 4
Besides corn, the other main ingredient in succotash
    $200 17
In "Tom Sawyer", the widow Douglas takes him into her home
    $200 10
Baffin Island, 5th largest in world, is part of this vast region covering a third of Canada
    $200 2
Egyptians believed on this day of the month of Pharmuchi you shouldn't go anywhere, Friday or not
    $200 9
Something shabby, as though gnawed by rodents
    $200 24
"She was just" this, "you know what I mean? And the way she looked was way beyond compare"
    $200 3
A kiddie "cocktail" featuring grenadine syrup & a cherry, but not Bojangles
    $300 18
As this title character, Philip Nolan was never to hear the name of the United States again
    $300 16
A zephyr is a breeze that blows from this direction
    $300 27
On Twelfth Night in Sweden, people go house to house, taking these down & eating the ornaments
    $300 11
What you might feel after spilling wine all over your hostess' lamb chops
    $300 25
"Ooh, you came out of a dream, peaches & cream, lips like strawberry wine, you're" this
    $300 5
Before the 1820s, this meal was called dinner
    $400 19
Appropriately, Nathan Detroit moves his floating crap game to a sewer in this musical
    DD: $600 21
Multidirectional 1st line of Academy Award song "Buttons & Bows"
    $400 12
    $400 26
According to Gene McDaniels, the 1st woman wasn't made of Adam's rib, but of this
    $400 6
Called "nervous pudding", it became popular after introduction of this trademarked brand in 1902
    $500 20
Queequeg's occupation in "Moby Dick"
    $500 22
From 1952-'54, Richard Denning & Barbara Britton had this TV identity
    $500 13
A vulpine synonym for sexy
    $500 7
Tripe is this part of a cow or sheep

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Cindy Jim Joe
$1,600 $1,400 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Jim Joe
$1,600 $2,100 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Of Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci, & El Greco, the one born 1st
    $200 6
Signed aboard ship, it was 1st agreement for self-government ever in effect in America
    $200 18
Common name of the Aurora Borealis
    $200 5
Beethoven's birthplace, it's now West Germany's capital
    $200 1
The 3 groups mentioned in the 1st line of Marc Antony's eulogy on Caesar
    $200 24
Where a child keeps his neon tetras, platies, & white clouds
    $400 13
Known for his buxom nudes, this Flemish artist produced at least 1200 paintings
    $400 4
The Pilgrims ended up some 500 miles N.E. of this, their intended destination
    $400 19
Since ancient Greece, their brightness has been measured in magnitude
    $400 10
This country's capital is Rabat, not Casablanca
    $400 2
It begins, "Mr. Phileas Fogg lived in 1872, at No. 7, Saville Road, Burlington Gardens..."
    $600 14
Italians were masters of this medium of painting on fresh plaster
    $600 7
FDR moved Thanksgiving from last to 4th Thursday in November to encourage this
    $600 20
His book "Sidereus Nuncius" on telescope use was a best seller of 1610
    $600 3
Philip Roth story where Neil tells us, "The 1st time I saw Brenda she asked me to hold her glasses"
    $800 15
Though German, famed portrait artist Hans Holbein became court painter to this English king
    DD: $1,000 8
This couple's descendants include J.Q. Adams &, fittingly, H.W. Longfellow
    $800 21
The Perseids of August & the Taurids of November are showers of these
    $800 11
It begins, "Marley was dead to begin with"
    $1000 16
Known for his Madonnas & his mistresses, this Italian's death at 37 was blamed on "an unusually wild debauch"
    $1000 9
In November 1621, there were only 5 of them living in Plymouth Colony
    $1000 22
During this, irregularities of the moon's edge cause what are called Baily's Beads
    $1000 12
TV show whose theme begins, "Just sit right back & you'll hear a tale..."
    $1000 23
A bushmaster is this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Jim Joe
$5,600 $4,700 $1,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Our 8th president, he was 1st to be born an American citizen & not a British subject

Final scores:

Cindy Jim Joe
$1,799 $1,700 $1,800
2nd place: Panasonic stereo rock system & Lane Action recliner 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen his & her watches New champion: $1,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cindy Jim Joe
$6,600 $4,500 $1,800
20 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
9 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $12,900

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Game tape date: 1985-07-02
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