Show #97 - Tuesday, January 22, 1985

Paul Boymel game 3.
Single-player Final Jeopardy!


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Rae Clark, a respiratory therapist from Los Angeles, California

Albert Rosenblatt, a life insurance agent from Los Angeles, California

Paul Boymel, an attorney from Potomac, Maryland (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
He was the one "Mom always liked best"
    $100 23
Indian drums & "pipers' sons"
    $100 13
Color of Manhattan style clam chowder
    $100 3
French phrase equivalent to "enjoy your meal"
    $100 27
Type of canoe, or where baseball players wait their turn
    $100 4
His full name is John Ross Ewing, Jr.
    $200 10
The original Biblical siblings
    $200 16
Low-pitched musical instrument & the lowest pitched male voice
    $200 11
A bachelor's might contain names and addresses of available women
    $200 5
Italian word that doubles for "thank you" & "excuse me"
    $200 28
On galleys it was usually performed by P.O.W.s or criminals chained to benches
    $200 2
Saying this got you $100 & a visit from the duck
    $300 14
Linus Van Pelt's crabby older sister
    $300 24
"Lady of Spain" played with a "bellows shake" was squeezed out on this instrument in the '50s
    $300 7
An expert panel or a dog show award
    $300 6
What you should do if a Hawaiian tells you to "wikiwiki"
    $300 1
Martial arts film star who played Kato on ABC's "Green Hornet"
    $400 15
Brothers who implored little Susie to wake up in '57 hit
    $400 25
Italian for "air", it's a song sung solo in an opera
    $400 8
Rhine wines are traditionally in this color bottle
    $400 19
How you would ask in German if someone spoke German
    $400 17
Its episodes began "There is nothing wrong with your TV set"
    $500 21
Two ships built as a pair along the same design are called this
    $500 26
Term for everybody singing same note at same pitch
    $500 12
Color of mourning in the Buddhist religion
    $500 18
Widely known Japanese idiom which means "is that right?"
    DD: $500 22
By definition a motor boat can be driven by any engine except this type
    $500 20
2 of 4 "bionic" body parts of "Bionic Woman"

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

Paul Albert Rae
$1,600 -$600 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Albert Rae
$3,800 -$800 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 8
The "witches" condemned there were not burned, but hanged
    $200 21
What a D.D.S. degree stands for
    $200 22
He found his "Roots" in Gambia
    $200 15
Clown of diamond patches, or romance novels
    $200 2
When thomeone thpeakths like thith
    $200 24
Country that's the world's biggest producer of nuclear energy
    $400 7
Financially, J.D. Rockefeller, Henry Ford & Andrew Mellon were the first
    $400 17
Animal-loving hero of children's stories by Hugh Lofting
    $400 23
It's made areas uninhabitable because its bite causes African sleeping sickness
    $400 14
He slew the half-man, half-brute monster, Grendel
    $400 3
Seaweed tablets
    $400 25
Directly and indirectly, most energy comes from this source
    $600 6
In 1900, America instituted an "Open Door policy" with this country
    $600 11
1984 was 50th anniversary of this memorable multiple feat of Dr. Dafoe
    $600 1
Living in proximity to the Pygmies, they're the world's tallest people
    $600 12
The beautiful gypsy girl who "rang" Quasimodo's bells
    $600 9
The way to "prey"
    $600 27
Machine used to change mechanical energy to electrical energy
    $800 4
19th c. anti-Catholic society which kept its secrets by saying "I don't know"
    $800 19
Ex-boxing "whiz", she is current whiz on "what every woman should know about love & marriage"
    $800 13
Title office held by Michael Henchard in the Thomas Hardy novel
    $800 10
Primary predicate part
    DD: $2,000 28
This nation leads the world in oil production
    $1000 5
Not the Emancipation Proclamation, but this abolished slavery
    $1000 18
The "Jungle Doctor of Laos," he received posthumous gold medal for work in S.E. Asia
    $1000 16
Hero of Marlowe's tragedy who sells his soul to the Devil for 24 years of fun & frolic
    $1000 20
Having no give or slack
    $1000 26
The energy of movement

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Paul Albert Rae
$10,000 -$3,200 $0
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The musical "Hello Dolly!" was based on this Thornton Wilder play

Final scores:

Paul Albert Rae
$15,000 -$3,200 $0
3-day champion: $40,000 3rd place: La-Z-Boy recliner 2nd place: SunTana SunSystem + Ray-Ban sunglasses

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Paul Albert Rae
$9,300 -$3,200 $0
31 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
10 W
11 R,
8 W

Combined Coryat: $6,100

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Game tape date: 1984-10-17
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