Show #567 - Tuesday, February 10, 1987


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Michael Cowell, a superior court commissioner originally from Calcutta, India

Dorothy Regner, a costumer from Honolulu, Hawaii

Jake Harle, a law student from La Palma, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $7,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 4
From Greek for "hour watcher", it's a diagram of the stars & planets at a given moment, such as birth
    $100 5
While visiting Japan in 1986, this princess was dubbed by the media "Madam Butterdi"
    $100 1
In addition to a TV series, this "Master of the Universe" doll now has his own comic strip
    $100 8
A "retiarius" entangled his opponent in this, like a fish
    $100 10
There's evidence that 20,000 volts of electricity can cure victims bitten by these venomous creatures
    $100 18
With her new look, this Disney star now resembles "a rodent version of Madonna"
    $200 6
In astrology, the Sun & Moon are classed as these
    $200 7
"Baby Jane" star who told Bette Davis' daughter not to "corrupt" her children by talking to them
    $200 2
Reportedly, President Hayes got in trouble when he spent $6 of public funds for a set of this lawn game
    $200 9
Highest office held by Commodus, who thought he was Hercules & fought as a gladiator
    $200 16
At 45% of the U.S. population, it's "O"
    $200 19
"The Dictionary of the Old West" defines "skimmies" as calves raised on this
    $300 11
Like M. Douglas & B. Bardot, persons born under this "balanced" sign bear the Venus dimple
    $300 25
This weight-conscious Dodger has t-shirts reading "Do not feed the manager" in 5 languages
    $300 3
Of "Sorry", "Yahtzee", or "Shogi", the game which takes an "!" with its name
    $300 14
To spare a gladiator's life, merciful spectators waved these
    $300 17
Kidney stone patients who've had their stones removed using this hi-tech tool were reportedly de"light"ed
    $300 20
Oscar-winning son of vaudeville's Lester Crawford & actress Helen Broderick
    DD: $500 12
According to the following Kris Kristofferson song, it's Jesus' sun sign:

"He ate organic food / He believed in love and peace / And never wore no shoes / Long hair, beard and sandals / And a funky bunch of friends..."
    $400 28
He painted limp watches & shot a blunderbuss to create an art form he called "bulletism"
    $400 26
Number of questions that are included in a set of "Trivial Pursuit" cards
    $400 15
The "andabatae" reportedly fought wearing helmets that deprived them of this sense
    $400 23
It's a doctor who deals in the study of diseases, not trailblazing
    $400 21
While Comanches called September the "Mexican Moon", Mexicans used to call it this
    $500 13
Name given to the sign appearing on the eastern horizon at the time of one's birth
    $500 27
Mattel has taken a group of these directed by Joe Sedelmaier & turned them into a new video board game
    $500 24
From Greek words & Latin suffix meaning "low sugar in the blood", it's just that
    $500 22
1986 was the 1st year a chorus, not just a band, performed this traditional song at the Kentucky Derby

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jake Dorothy Michael
$300 -$200 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Dorothy Michael
$1,200 $1,200 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
The echidnas and the platypus are the only mammals left who bear young this way
    $200 2
The Chrysler corporation maintains that these "boys have more fun"
    $200 1
Yes, he really is the patron saint of sweethearts
    $200 16
1 photon is not only the minimum amount of this a person can see, but the minimum that can exist
    $200 9
Where children play or cats do their business
    $200 12
Dick Gautier was this army-bound rock 'n' roller "Bye-Bye"d on Broadway in 1960
    $400 5
Among ungulates, it stands head & neck above the rest
    $400 22
Suggesting they got 40 mpw (miles per wind), some owners of these affixed wind-up keys to rear engine "hood"
    $400 3
After her teeth were knocked out in religious riot, St. Apollonia became patron saint of this profession
    $400 17
External senses include basic 5 & this 1 felt by special skin receptors, especially in summer
    $400 10
A man might find this in his toolbox or, around 5 p.m., on his face
    $400 13
In 1979 TV biopic he was played by Kurt Russell & referred to as "a walking drugstore"
    $600 6
Type of mammals that live in an area called a "warren"
    $600 24
In 1953, the 1st year they were manufactured, all corvettes were painted this color
    $600 27
Though the IRS doesn't allow him as a deduction, St. Matthew is the patron saint of these
    DD: $1,200 18
In both 1970 & '73, Diana Ross had a hit with this sense in the title
    $600 11
    $600 14
In 1984, M. McKean, C. Guest, H. Shearer, D. Kaff, and 1 drummer after another made up this rock group
    $800 7
This order runs from tiny creatures weighing 1/3 oz. to the capybara who tips the scales at over 100 lbs.
    DD: $600 26
Legend says that in the U.S. the 1st of these engine parts was Charles Duryea's wife's perfume atomizer
    $800 21
The ion of this simplest element is probably the stimulus for sour taste sensation
    $800 19
Any of various thin circular echinoderms of the order Clypeasteroidea
    $800 15
Pioneering rock 'n' roll DJ, played by Tim McIntire in "American Hot Wax"
    $1000 8
Prized for its fur, this seal was named for the dark crescent shape on its back & sides
    $1000 23
When you get a whiff of a hamburger on the BBQ or a dead fish on the pier, this nerve is responsible
    $1000 20
Winston Churchill attended the Royal Military Academy here
    $1000 25
Mick Jagger played a retired rock star in this 1970 psychological thriller

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jake Dorothy Michael
$4,000 $3,600 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In the 1860s, sailors aboard this British ship were ordered to wear identical brass-buttoned blue jackets

Final scores:

Jake Dorothy Michael
$799 $0 $2
2-day champion: $8,400 3rd place: Marcy Fitness Products exercise bike 2nd place: Tappan electric range with microwave & 7 Krups kitchen products

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jake Dorothy Michael
$4,600 $3,600 $3,300
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
3 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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Game tape date: 1986-11-11
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