Show #1352 - Tuesday, June 19, 1990

Eric Terzuolo game 3.


Dan Capone, a civil engineer from Marina Del Rey, California

Karen Blank, a publications manager originally from Hinsdale, Illinois

Eric Terzuolo, a foreign service officer from Washington, D.C. (whose 2-day cash winnings total $22,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
He sent a turkey anonymously to the Cratchits
    $100 18
The company that makes Moisture Whip lipstick & Great Lash mascara
    $100 21
He was born Hiram King Williams
    $100 1
Prospectors traveling west in the 1800s hoped to reach this Colorado peak "or bust"
    $100 6
A piece of sports equipment that sounds like a flying mammal
    $100 16
Kids imagine them in the closet or under the bed, & Dr. Frankenstein built one in the lab
    $200 4
Jenny Montrose, an English girl, met up with this shipwrecked group
    $200 19
Sally Hansen makes a bitter, brush-on liquid that helps stop this bad habit
    $200 22
This "Smokey and the Bandit" star recorded a country song called "Let's Do Something Cheap & Superficial"
    $200 2
This dormant volcano is the highest peak in Washington's Cascades
    $200 12
The bowls, or balls, used in this sport are not truly round, which allows them to roll in a curved line
    $200 17
Figure used to scare kids who are bad; he'll get you if you don't watch out
    $300 5
On a visit to the meadow he met his deer cousins Gobo & Faline
    $300 20
Corn Silk, is a "line of cosmetics specially designed to absorb" this
    DD: $1,000 23
He won his first Grammy in 1972 for writing the following:

"Take the ribbon from your hair / Shake it loose and let it fall / Lay it soft upon my skin..."
    $300 9
The U.S. mainland's largest reflector telescope is on this S. Calif. mountain
    $300 13
He's the brother-in-law of tennis great Pancho Gonzales & the son of Olympic boxer, Mike Agassi
    $400 7
In an early alliterative poem, this knight cuts off the head of "the Green Knight"
    $400 24
"Numerical" name of Bonne Bell's antiseptic skin lotion
    $400 26
Johnny Cash sang "Don't take your guns to town" & Kenny Rogers begged Ruby "don't" do this
    $400 10
The name of this New York mountain range comes from an Iroquois word for "tree-eaters"
    $400 15
Women's rhythmic all-around gymnastics debuted as an Olympic event in this city's 1984 Olympics
    $500 8
This outlaw appears briefly in "Ivanhoe"
    $500 25
This company known for hypoallergenic eye make-up has a palindromic name
    $500 27
In a B.J. Thomas song it follows "Hey, wont you play..."
    $500 11
At an altitude of 4,039 feet, Mount Sunflower is this Midwestern state's highest point
    $500 14
In a 1990 arbitration case, this K.C. star asked for $1.9 million but was awarded $1 million

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Eric Karen Dan
$2,200 $400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Karen Dan
$2,900 $900 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
This play could be called "Murder, Mayhem & Mumbo Jumbo in Scotland"
    $200 17
A synonym for the site of an excavation, it's also what archaeologists do there
    $200 25
Landscapes were his first love, but he also painted many portraits, including that kid in blue
    $200 12
It can mean the preliminary draft of a treaty, or the rules of diplomatic & state etiquette
    $200 1
The first railway system in the U.S., it's nicknamed the "B&O"
    $200 2
Officially, Ukraine is known as Ukrainian SSR; SSR stands for this
    $400 21
Shakespeare said this emotion "is an everfixed mark, that looks on tempests, and is never shaken"
    $400 18
First used in the 1950s, this method of dating is accurate for remains up to 8,000 years old
    $400 26
This master of Renaissance sculpture was born Donato di Niccolo Betto Bardi
    $400 13
Room adjoining the legislative chamber where members can relax, consult & hang up their coats
    $400 4
The Twentieth Century Limited ran from New York to this city, its western terminus, in just 16 hours
    $400 8
Born in Ukraine in 1894, he became Soviet premier in 1958
    DD: $1,000 22
The name of the woman who's "renown'd in Padua for her scolding tongue"
    $600 19
Begun in the 12th century as a Hindu temple, it's the centerpiece of a vast complex in Cambodia
    $600 27
This German known for his paintings of the English court died in a London plague epidemic in 1543
    $600 14
At a political convention, it's a person who's authorized to act on behalf of an absent delegate
    $600 5
The largest ships afloat today, they can carry over 500,000 tons
    $600 9
Mummified bodies of saints are in catacombs under the Monastery of the Caves in this capital of Ukraine
    $800 23
The play that contains the lines "If you tickle us, do we not laugh? If you poison us, do we not die?"
    $800 20
Howard Carter, who discovered King Tut's tomb, was this kind of archaeological specialist
    $800 28
18th c. painter & engraver whose 1st great series of dramatic works was called "A Harlot's Progress"
    $800 15
He was appointed to the Senate in 1964 to fill the seat vacated by Vice President-Elect Hubert Humphrey
    $800 6
European city serviced by Marco Polo Airport
    $800 10
If a Ukrainian pulls out a bandura, you can expect him to do this to it
    $1000 24
In "Twelfth Night", she's in love with the Duke of Illyria
    $1000 30
Sir Arthur Evans' claim to fame was the discovery of the palace he thought belonged to this Cretan king
    $1000 29
This Frenchman was known for painting lush, fantastic jungles & wild beasts like "The Hungry Lion"
    $1000 16
Chicago's 50 wards are represented by city council members bearing this title
    $1000 7
This Russian-born aircraft designer founded an aircraft company in the U.S. in 1923
    DD: $700 11
This peninsula known for its beautiful resort towns became part of Ukraine in 1954

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Karen Dan
$11,800 $3,500 $1,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

She wrote several books: the first, titled "20 Hrs. 40 Min.", was published in 1928

Final scores:

Eric Karen Dan
$12,800 $0 $0
3-day champion: $34,900 2nd place: Chromcraft dining furniture & Casablanca ceiling fan + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger 3rd place: Vitamix 360 + Jeopardy! home game or Jeopardy! Challenger

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Eric Karen Dan
$12,100 $4,100 $1,300
27 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,500

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Game tape date: 1990-02-06
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