Show #485 - Friday, October 17, 1986


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Janet Stevenson, a housewife originally from Sioux City, Iowa

Virginia Tyson, a copyeditor originally from Houston, Texas

Paul Waters, a fashion photographer originally from Portland, Oregon

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 16
The 30-centimeter-high "Eohippus" was the ancestor of this many-hands-high animal of today
    $100 1
The 1911 Reeves "Octoauto" had a 180-inch wheelbase & this many wheels
    $100 2
Supposedly, if you wear a Brazilian wish ribbon on your wrist until it falls off, this will happen
    $100 4
She played Bette Davis' twin sister in "Dead Ringer" & "A Stolen Life"
    $100 7
When it's spelled "emcee", it means this "M.C. "
    $200 20
In addition to 10-yr. olds Fred & Barney, the new "Flintstone Kids" will feature him as a "pup"
    $200 3
Tested at 86 mph, legend says the Buick Century was so named because it could reach this speed
    $200 15
At the 1985 Emmys, "Moonlighting" star Cybill Shepherd wore a flaming orange pair of these
    $200 5
Olivia De Havilland rode him sidesaddle in "Robin Hood" before Roy Rogers bought him
    DD: $500 10
Movie whose theme song is the following:

"Everybody's talking at me / I don't hear a word they're saying..."
    $300 21
The L.A. times called the crash of a model of this prehistoric flyer "a pterrible ptragedy"
    $300 8
Decade that saw the last models of the Hudson & Packard
    $300 17
Under the layers of teflon-coated yarn & fiber-glass, Apollo astronauts wore a "comfort layer" of this
    $300 26
Term for a newspaperman who uses pictures to tell the story
    $300 6
This Spielberg film won every single award at the 1986 Anson County, North Carolina Academy Awards
    $300 11
From '69-'76, James Daly was chief of staff here
    $400 24
Because of their eating habits, the largest dinosaurs were classified as this
    $400 18
Started in 1896, this is oldest GM car still being produced
    $400 22
The 3 bar E is part of logo for this trendy line of "spirited" fashions
    $400 9
Fred Astaire's 1st words in this 1948 Irving Berlin musical are "Happy Easter"
    $400 12
Howard's wife, Richie's mother, & Arthur Fonzarelli's landlady
    $500 25
All insects evolved from this Paleozoic marine creature, named from Greek for "3-lobed"
    $500 19
It's said a San Francisco banker got his Rolls reclassified as this so he could exceed the speed limit
    $500 23
During the 1800s, Pochette & Reticule were styles of this fashion accessory
    $500 14
"I just adore her, even when she does hit me," said Peter O'Toole of this "Lion in Winter" co-star
    $500 13
During the '50s, she tripped the light fantastic with husband Gower

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Paul Virginia Janet
-$100 $800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Virginia Janet
$1,700 $1,900 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
Allowing some free enterprise on the side, this country's system is now called "goulash communism"
    $200 21
Famous in Bizet's "Carmen", the habanera is actually a Cuban dance, named for this city
    $200 18
Magician Harry Anderson sits on the bench as Judge Harry Stone in this sitcom
    $200 13
In Germany, it's a secondary school; in the U.S., it's where you take P.E.
    $200 11
In 1777, the U.S. Congress made him a major-general though he was only 20 & a French subject
    $200 1
"Fopdoodle", "fonkin" & "poop-noddy" describe this type of person celebrated on April 1st
    $400 7
In his testimony, would-be papal assassin Mehmet Ali Agca implicated agents from this country
    $400 22
The score for Erik Satie's ballet "Parade" uses this office machine as an "instrument"
    $400 19
Contrary to his name, this partner of Penn never talks in the act
    $400 14
This legislation educated over 7 1/2 million World War II vets
    $400 12
Founder William Booth was a general in this army
    $400 2
It used to be called a "coverslut"; now Julia Child, ties one on before cooking
    DD: $1,200 8
The 3 Baltic states swallowed up by the USSR in 1940
    $600 20
Doug Henning has had these insured with Lloyd's of London for $3 million
    $600 15
The catechism formerly memorized by parochial school students bore the name of this city
    $600 25
Born at Little Rock's Arsenal, he went on to graduate 1st in West Point class of 1903
    $600 3
If you "yerd" someone with a rod, you're doing this
    $800 9
In 1959, this leader bragged his country's standard of living would be world's highest by 1970
    $800 23
Billed as "the Amazing", he debunks faith healers, psychic healers, & mentalists
    $800 16
One of the students in his geometry class in the 3rd century B.C. was Archimedes
    DD: $400 26
In October 1940, Benjamin Davis Sr. achieved this distinction
    $800 4
"Hurley-hacket" once described this downhill Winter Olympic sport
    $1000 10
These people have described themselves as "Latins in a sea of Slavs"
    $1000 24
He likes play tricks on his wife Nani Darnell. . . levitation. . .
sawing in half. . .
    $1000 17
Because they conflicted with strict older methods of education, these were banned in Prussia in 1851
    $1000 5
"Chantpleure" means to do these 2 things at the same time, like Johnnie Ray does!

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Virginia Janet
$3,300 $1,900 $4,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the wives of Henry VIII, the only one who didn't share her 1st name with any of the others

Final scores:

Paul Virginia Janet
$0 $2 $2,700
3rd place: Ricci flatware 2nd place: La-Z-Boy sofa & chair + Zenith 9" color TV New champion: $2,700

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Paul Virginia Janet
$3,100 $1,900 $4,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $9,400

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Game tape date: 1986-08-20
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