Show #681 - Monday, July 20, 1987

Missing player introductions. Missing 2 clues in the Jeopardy! Round. Missing prizes.

Contestants

Kathie Hite, an attorney from Washington, D.C.

Joe Baldanza, from

Jesse Green, from

Jeopardy! Round

FLAGS
COLLEGE GRADS
LYRICS
HOUSE PLANTS
A.K.A.
STUPID GEOGRAPHY
(Alex: That's a follow-up to our regular clue which is STUPID ANSWERS.)
    $100 3
Like its WWII battle flag, the Japanese Navy flag has a rising sun with these emanating from it
    $100 8
This popular sitcom pop who sells Pudding Pops has a doctorate in education
    $100 1
"Falling in love with" this "is falling for make believe"
    $100 26
Root rot can be caused by doing this too much & too often
    $100 9
If you didn't call Comte Donatien Alphonse Francois de Sade by this title, he might have whipped you
    $100 14
The capital of Kuwait
    $200 4
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    $200 22
Guinness says Jimmy Carter gained not only a degree but 7 inches while attending this service academy
    $200 2
"He was made of snow but the children know how he came to life one day"
    $200 27
This plant, "Saintpaulia Ionantha", produces pink & white flowers, too, despite its purple name
    $200 10
Peggy Lou Snyder, Ozzie's better half
    $200 15
The southernmost country in Africa
    $300 5
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    $300 23
This consumer advocate did a senior thesis at Princeton titled "Lebanese Agriculture"
    $300 19
Song that ends with "Follow ev'ry rainbow till you find your dream"
    $300 28
Varieties of this include bird's-foot, heart-leaf, English & grape
    $300 11
Entrepreneur Mary Kathlyn Wagner Ash puts this name on her cosmetics
    $300 16
When Quebec was called "Lower Canada", Ontario was called this
    $400 6
Naval officer William Driver's own flag led to this nickname for the Stars & Stripes
    $400 24
While a singing star, he got a bachelor's degree magna cum laude from Columbia in 1958, white bucks & all
    $400 20
In "That's Life", "each time I find myself flat on my face, I pick myself up &" do this
    $400 12
Joyce Botterill, who found "Love on a Rooftop" with Peter Deuel, but married Burt Reynolds
    $400 17
This nation used to be called Sukothai, meaning "dawn of happiness"
    $500 7
French royal banner of late Middle Ages had 3 of these floral symbols on it
    DD: $500 25
Aptly, the 1st host of "Password", Allen Ludden, had a Masters in this subject from the U. of Texas
    $500 21
In "Camelot", these 2 months "cannot be too hot"
    $500 13
Once she was called Tula Finklea; now she's Mrs. Tony Martin
    $500 18
Sea named for the 1st European to reach Tasmania

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

Jesse Joe Kathie
$500 $2,100 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jesse Joe Kathie
$2,700 $2,400 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
SPORTING EVENTS
WORD ORIGINS
SITCOMS
SHAKESPEAREAN TRIVIA
"AN"IMALS
(Alex: "A-N" will appear in all the correct responses.)
    $200 13
Considered a haven for evildoers in colonial times, it was often called "Rogues Island"
    $200 1
3-year-olds run in the Kentucky Derby & the Preakness, & horses of this age run in the Belmont Stakes
    $200 3
From Middle English for "coarse meal", this basic corn dish of the South is often thought coarse by Yankees
    $200 8
Born in Oak Park, Ill., a Chicago suburb, this comedian played a Chicago psychologist in his 1st sitcom
    $200 15
In 1853, Delia Bacon pried open Shakespeare's tomb to try to prove this man wrote the plays
    $200 14
A long-haired goat or rabbit, or the yarn made from their hair
    $400 2
Hosting the Goodwill Games of 1986 may have helped this country win the most gold medals
    $400 4
One's period of greatest success, it goes back to Anglo-Saxon use of "hey" as an expression of joy
    $400 9
A few months after Jed started "shootin' at some food" in 1962, this series was #1
    $400 16
This play's 1st line is "In Troy there lies the scene", which Cressida, the hussy, would gladly show you
    $400 20
Their other name, butterfly fish, might be more accurate: they display bright colors but no halos
    $600 24
This port was the docking site for the boats in the 1987 America's Cup races
    $600 5
Commoners in England couldn't cut trees for fuel, but could profit from these, felled by the wind
    $600 10
George Kennedy was the technical advisor on this madcap military show of the '50s
    $600 17
Maiden name of Shakespeare's mother, Mary, or name of the forest in "As You Like It"
    $600 21
Apes described by this adjective, such as gorillas, resemble man
    $800 25
The only Super Bowl played in the North was in 1982 in this state
    $800 6
Highfalutin' & hoity-toity are synonyms for this word from the Latin "over the eyebrow"
    $800 11
On "Mayberry, R.F.D." she was Ken Berry's 1st housekeeper
    $800 18
Richard Burton called this "Arthur" star's Hamlet "so near perfect...he nearly killed my ambition"
    $800 22
Maybe this mammal's enormous salivary glands make all those Formicidae taste better
    $1000 27
A homesteader received a "quarter section", which consisted of this many acres of land
    $1000 26
Every 3 years, men compete in this racquet sport for the Thomas Cup & women for the Uber Cup
    DD: $1,300 7
"Rise to vote, sir" is one of these, named from the Greek "to run back again"
    $1000 12
Robert Young's TV occupation on "Father Knows Best"
    $1000 19
When title character Caius Marcius defeats the Volscians at Corioli, he's given this name
    $1000 23
The only genus of mosquitoes that can transmit the protozoa causing malaria

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jesse Joe Kathie
$5,400 $8,000 -$2,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

ACADEMY AWARDS
He was nominated for writing, directing, & acting in a 1978 film, & again for a 1981 film

Final scores:

Jesse Joe Kathie
$0 $5,199 -$2,000
2nd place New champion: $5,199 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jesse Joe Kathie
$6,700 $8,000 -$1,500
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R,
5 W
4 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,200

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Game tape date: 1987-03-11
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